St. Paul’s School for Girls Appoints New Head of School

St. Paul’s School for Girls Appoints New Head of School

11/8/18—St. Paul’s School for Girls (SPSG) recently announced the appointment of Ereni Gleason Malfa ’89 as the next Head of School effective July 1, 2019.

Ereni is a lifelong educator and school administrator with 24 years of distinguished service at Roland Park Country School where she served in a number of roles, most recently as Head of the Upper School. With the recent unification of the Boards of The St. Paul’s Schools, Ereni arrives at an important moment for SPSG, and she looks forward to capitalizing on coeducational opportunities while still preserving the distinctive culture and traditions of the all-girls school.

As an SPSG alumna, Ereni already feels a deep affinity for the school, stating, “My years as a student at St. Paul’s School for Girls helped shape who I am today. SPSG fostered in me the confidence to take risks. It was in those very classrooms, hallways, and playing fields that I learned the true meaning of respect and integrity. I was challenged to think deeply and act with compassion and empathy. In today’s complex world, the school’s continued commitment to fostering the intellectual curiosity, creativity, and spiritual growth of girls and young women sets its graduates on a path of purpose and meaning… I am truly overjoyed to be returning home to SPSG.”