With the boom of an online community dedicated to telling stories about and by women called Women You Should Know, we couldn't be more delighted to share the story of one of its founders, Cynthia Schultz-Hornig '87.
For 150 years, Dwight alumni have been shaping New York City and the world. Whether through cultural contributions, civic engagement and leadership, or entrepreneurial success, Dwight students can be found throughout the world in every walk of life.
With the advent of Dwight Global, the process of bringing Dwight to the world is now fully underway. Join a truly global community and know that wherever your spark of genius may take you, you will never be far from home.
Spotlight on a Recent Grad
It’s All in the Family for Restaurateur Jaleene Rodriguez ’04
“Dwight introduced me to people of so many different cultures,” recalls Jaleene Rodriguez ’04, who joined Dwight in sixth grade after her family relocated to Manhattan from Rockland County. “The student body at my previous school was not diverse and coming to Dwight opened the door to meeting people from a host of different backgrounds. The experiences of getting to know, and communicating, with people from around the world has served me well in so many areas of life, including business.” ... Read more.