Alumnae Spotlight showcases amazing Laurel women and the paths they have charted since graduation.
Whether they are doctors, designers, artists, authors, scientists, lawyers, teachers, entrepreneurs, engineers, pharmacists, or civic activists or volunteers, Laurel women inhabit nearly all careers and corners of the world helping to make it a better place.
Our alumnae and the journeys that they have taken speak to the essence of a Laurel education and what makes this School and the community of women who call it their own distinctive. This space highlights their fascinating lives and the mountains they continue to move.
If you would like to be featured in our Alumnae Spotlight, or know of an alumna who might, please email Megan Findling.
A “Laurel Lifer,” Natasha Toth ’08 first honed her confidence and creativity at One Lyman Circle. As an Upper Schooler, she founded Tasha’s Totes, which provided her first exposure to running a brand and aligning her creative vision with the needs of her customers. Now a graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design’s fibers program and a designer and textile artist, Natasha has designed apparel and accessories for Target and Garnet Hill. At Garnet Hill she helps shape their kids’ brand, including a commitment to social and environmental responsibility. Read on to learn more about Natasha’s design process (it takes a year and a half to bring a product from concept to catalog!) and life in New Hampshire.