Ginny Weinmann

“Ginny had not participated much in organized sports before AGS. She joined the JV volleyball team her freshman year and played through senior year. She also played basketball, joined the Varsity track and field team, and managed the Varsity soccer team. Because of these experiences, she now views herself as an athlete for life. Coaches at AGS encouraged girls to try something new. Even those who are not the best players feel valued and learn the life lessons of teamwork and dedication.”

– Coach Catherine Stansbury, AGS Athletic Director

As an Art History major with focus on Architecture and Urban Studies at Princeton, Ginny also served as campus tour guide, a trip leader for the freshman orientation outdoor education program and participated in a number of extracurricular activities. In addition to the sports she played at AGS, Ginny was a founding student leader of Girl Talk, served on the Circle of Sisters, was a representative to Congressman John Lewis’ Youth Council, and was Valedictorian her senior year. Following graduation, Ginny was selected for a Princeton Project 55 Fellowship and is now working at The Center for a Livable Future at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, MD.