Meet the Advancement Team

List of 9 members.

  • Mrs. Susan (Strickland) Muskovitz 

    Director, Schools Development
  • Susan (Aikens) Post 

    Director of Alumni Relations
  • Mr. Charles Shaw 

    Director of Stewardship
  • Ms. Teresa Anderson 

    Director of Annual Fund
  • Mrs. Robin Eikenberry 

    Volunteer Coordinator
  • Ms. Angela Haig 

    Assistant Director of Annual Giving - Alumni
  • Ms. Mary Beth Hearnes 

    Development Operations Administrator
  • Mr. Griffin Howell 

  • Mr. Chris Wilkins 

    Information and Systems Coordinator

Advancement Office General Information

Phone: 248-645-3140

Fax: 248-645-3018

Alumni Email:

Annual Fund Email:

Transcript Requests:

Mailing Address:
Cranbrook Schools
Attn: Office of Development and Alumni Relations
PO Box 801
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303-0801

Alumni News

List of 5 news stories.

  • CK Alumni Corner - Fall Calendar 2018

    Susan Post
    Click here to get the fall alumni newsletter. Filled with information and dates for upcoming events. If you are an alum and you didn't receive this in your inbox, you may need to update your email with the alumni office. Send your preferred address to:
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  • 5th Annual Alumni Career Fair for Juniors and Seniors

    Susan Post
    The Cranbrook Kingswood Alumni Associationwill hold their fifth annual Alumni Career Fair on Tuesday, January 31, 6:00-8:30 pm at Kingswood Auditorium
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  • Fall 2017 Alumni Corner

    Alumni Corner - Fall 2017

    Click here to read the Fall 2017 Alumni Corner. If you didn't receive this in your inbox, you may need to update your address with the alumni office. Email with your contact information to ensure you get alumni updates.
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  • Bennett Reading Tuesday, September 19

    The annual Elizabeth Bennett Reading will take place on Tuesday evening September 19 at the Cranbrook Library Reading Room, with refreshments and mingling starting at 6:30 and readings starting at 7.
    Second-year Bennett grant recipient Eglee Rodriguez-Bravo will return for her second reading. She will treat the audience to two short essays that were the product of a summer workshop. One story will take us on a walk through the streets of Seville Spain, in search of a hidden venue to see Flamenco, the Spanish art form that combines music and dance. The other narrates her memories of accompanying her mother to the city market.
    First-year grantee, Robert Greene, who has been a member of the science department at Cranbrook Kingswood for 35 years, will also read. He will also share two short stories. The first story delves into ways in which both a simple chess move and a subtle whitewater canoe maneuver guide a teacher to understand what is important. The second describes the way in which a glance at a street musician causes the author to look beyond appearances.
    These stories are a sampling of the work that these two faculty members took on this summer as recipients of the Elizabeth Bennett Writing Grant, now in its 33rd year. The purpose of the grant is to provide deserving faculty members with opportunities to pursue personal writing projects. The grant is named for Kingswood English teacher Elizabeth Bennett. From 1936 to 1968 she inspired her Kingswood students with a reverence for the written word. For a sampling of Eglee's 2016 reading click here.
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  • Detroit Homecoming Alumni Panel

    On Friday September 13 starting at 3:30pm, students and faculty are invited to an alumni panel in Tremain Common featuring a dozen alumni who are considered "influencers" in their respective fields. This is the second annual Detroit Homecoming panel, which follows on the heels of the conference downtown sponsored by Crain's Business Detroit. Our alumni are part of an elite group of Detroit “ex-pats” - people with roots in Michigan who have gone on to great success around the country and the globe. They have been invited back by Crain’s Business Detroit and city officials to learn more about the renaissance of Detroit. This panel brings a wealth of alumni talent to campus. Alumni attending the Detroit Homecoming conference remain invested in the future of Detroit. They have spent the week learning about progress and ongoing challenges facing the city. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with alumni talent and gain their perspective on Detroit initiatives.
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Cranbrook Schools

·39221 Woodward ·Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48304
Cranbrook Educational Community admits students and makes its services, activities, and education programs available to students without regard to sex, race, color, creed, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, sexual orientation, or any other protected status as required by state or federal law.

Cranbrook Schools is a private college prep boarding school located in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, near Detroit, consisting of three schools; an elementary school with a private preschool, a single gender middle school with a distinct boys middle school and girls middle school, along with a co-ed college prep private boarding high school. Cranbrook is regarded as one of the top private schools in Michigan. Many of Cranbrook’s students attend top universities and colleges.

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