Who We Are
The magic of Coastal Studies for Girls is in our PLACE, our PURPOSE, and our PEOPLE!
Our PLACE… a beautiful, renovated 1850s farmhouse nestled between the Harraseeket River and Casco Bay, sharing 626 stunning acres of Maine coastline owned by The Wolfe’s Neck Farm Foundation.
Our PURPOSE…. immersed in science and leadership education, CSG inspires girls and women to create joyful lives, vibrant communities, and a more connected world.
Our PEOPLE…. we are blessed to have some of the finest faculty and staff on the planet. Now, many more men and women than we can accommodate express a desire to be part of the team who facilitates this powerful mission. Why? Because the staff at CSG don’t come here just because they need a job. They are drawn to the energy of The Little Yellow Farmhouse, they come to work in a community dedicated to making the world a better place, and they understand that being a part of CSG means they will both GIVE and GET much.
CSG would not be here without the incredible leadership of Edith Aronson, our Founding Board Chair. Since 2005, Edith has led the way with the support of a dedicated Board of Directors. The ripple expands as we share our gratitude to other members of the CSG family… our alumnae and their families, our National Council, our many volunteers, our generous donors, and our friends and neighbors in our community, in Maine, and across the nation.
We’re blessed with inspirational students and an incredible adult community. Please peruse our Staff, Board, and Supporters lists to read more about the team who makes it happen.