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Allie Davis, M.S., CCC-SLP

Allie Davis '07
As a licensed speech-language pathologist, Allie offers in-home speech and language therapy for children 0-18. She is certified with the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and is licensed through the State of California Speech Language Pathology and Audiology Board, and is dedicated to helping children communicate effectively and confidently.
Visit website | @smalltalkwithallie


Anne Hauck Art Deco

Miriam Hauck '08
Originally founded by Miriam's mother Anne in the mid 1980's, Anne Hauck Art Deco sources exclusive antiques and vintage from the 20th century from Italy and France, and restores them in their workroom in Europe. Along with their vintage pieces, they have two custom furniture lines of over 600 pieces and showroom representations in two other states. Anne Hauck Art Deco has also been featured with the top 100 interior designers in the US and the World.
Visit website | @annehauckdesign

Ashley Sawtelle Photography

Ashley Sawtelle '02
It is an honor for Ashley to photograph weddings in stunning locales with the industry’s most sought after creative teams. Her work has been featured in Town & Country, BRIDES, Martha Stewart Weddings, Over The Moon, InStyle, and many more. 
Visit website | @ashleysawtelle


Biquette Interiors

Jacqueline Mention '03
Biquette Interiors is an interior décor shop specializing in re-upholstery, draperies, wallpaper, and rugs. From burlap to silk, weekend crafting to full home re-decoration, Biquette has it all.
Visit website | @biquette_interiors


Bless It Bag

Bella Fay '08
Bless It Bag's mission is to give people a simple way to help improve the homeless population’s quality of life. These are custom hygiene kits for men, women, and dogs experiencing homelessness that you can keep in your car and hand them out to those in need.
Visit website | @blessitbag


Chelsea Austin

Chelsea Montgomery-Duban Wächter '11
Author, speaker, and self-worth advocate from Malibu, CA. Raised by two of the most incredible parents, her dads. Chelsea has taken her story of being raised by two gay men, and used it as a platform to spread love and acceptance, and has advocated for the LGBTQ+ community since she was in high school. In 2010, she was voted one of the Top Fifteen LGBT Activists in the Los Angeles area. Whether it’s through her blog, “The Girl With Five Names,” her podcast, “Worthiness Warriors” or speaking engagements, Chelsea believes in spreading positivity and bringing love, and joy to as many individuals as possible.
Visit website | @chelseaaustinmdw


Carlyle Avenue

Roxane Cohanim '03
Carlyle Avenue is an online resource for chic and affordable home goods that strives to provide the most unique and fashionable decorative accessories for the home. Carlyle Avenue brings you all the best style and quality of goods right to your doorstep with our easy-to-navigate online boutique. From our luxury home fragrance line of candles and diffusers to our glassware, pillows, and books, we are your one-stop-shop for all things decor.
Visit website | @carlyleavenuehome


Gaia Healing Reiki

Noelle Tongue '06
As a Reiki Master, Noelle offers in person and distant sessions to help assist individuals with alleviating physical, mental, and emotional ailments. Reiki is meant to help assist with relaxation and supports the body's natural ability to heal; Noelle utilizes meditation in conjunction with Reiki to heal.
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Girl Souls

Olivia Tiffany '09
At Girl Souls, Olivia works with girls as their well-being coach individually and in groups to support them in development of sense of self and self-esteem, processing of friendship difficulties and shifts, general stress and anxiety, support in body image mentalities, goal setting, cultivating positive health habits, future planning and visualization, and the day to day topics which arise for girls at this age. She focuses on taking a holistic approach to supporting girls' wellness and believe in the importance of exploring nutrition, physical activity, sleep, community and relationships, spirituality, connection to nature, and attachment in working with each girl. She also offers individual work, workshops, groups, and summer camps for girls.
Visit website | @girl.souls


Gryphon Publishing

Elizabeth Jensen '04
Elizabeth is a self-published author whose debut novel is the Award-winning middle grade fantasy, "The Wolf’s Den: Book One of the Three Brothers Trilogy." The second book in the trilogy, "The Hawk's Flight," is releasing December 17, 2022 with additional titles planned to release in 2023.
Visit website | @erjensen03


Rachel Gutson '07
Buy | Design | Build. The design & construction advice you never knew you needed... Whether it's designing a home from scratch or working to remodel an existing space, GxG achieves a sophisticated and effortless design style at an accessible price. 
Visit website | @gxginc


The House of Ivy

Coco Maurice '12
Ivy Ralph earned the auspicious title after inventing the once-famous Kareeba shirt/jacket, which gained international attention when it became the signature wardrobe piece of late Prime Minister Michael Manley. It became the standard dress for his Comrades in the People’s National Party (PNP) in the 70s, and eventually copied by several like-minded political colleagues. Her granddaughter, Ivy Coco, a 26-year old influencer and journalist , is a proud West African and West Indian from West Los Angeles, and she is ready to continue her grandmother's legacy but redefining loungewear. Ivy knows that she is a daughter of the African diaspora and as the proud granddaughter of the legendary, Ivy Ralph O.D., her mission is to make a global impact showcasing and enhancing the cultural creations that her grandmother designed in the 70's.
Visit website | @thehouseofivy


Leylie Inc

Leylie Aghili '04
Leylie is a women's clothing store in the Brentwood Village that offers a high-end selection of daily wardrobe staples. Leylie is also a clothing brand that focuses primarily on shirting.
Visit website | Shop in store: 132 S Barrington Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90049

Ma'am Shoes

Sofi Newmeyer '06
We're on a mission to make elevated, everyday shoes for modern women. Ma'am shoes are comfortable, stylish and sustainably made in Los Angeles. We’ve crafted footwear for women leading busy lives who want to invest in high quality products that can take us from grabbing our first cup of coffee in the morning, to a day of meetings, to an evening event and everything in between.
Visit website | @maamshoes


m.a.i. organization

Maia Barnett '14
m.a.i. organization's #1 goal is to bring a peace of mind and alignment to your life through organization. Maia offers both in-home and virtual organizing services.
Visit website | @maiorganization


Main Design

Aisha Mainwaring '17
Main Design is a social media agency founded in 2019. We help brands bring their purpose to life through social media, translate their mission to conscious customers, and inspire shoppers to buy in a way that aligns with their personal values and uncompromising style.
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Me-est Me

Shana Rehwald '06
The Me-est Me Journal is an 88-page workbook filled with journal prompts and action items to help you reconnect with yourself. With this approachable guide, you'll gain more self-awareness and a deeper understanding of what makes you you.
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Melanin Medicine

Dominique White '18
Melanin Medicine is an organization created to support black students and professionals on their path in the medical field. Through our mentorship program, events, and awards gifted to students, we seek to inspire more representation of black men and women in the healthcare field.
Visit website | @medicalmelanin



Rachel Tabb '13
RLT was born out of Rachel's love for sourcing vintage home goods. The inventory is intended to create a feeling of nostalgia, pieces that make you feel like it’s something you’ve had for generations. Whether it be an ashtray that looks like you found in your grandmothers house from when she traveled to Capri in the 70s or a Matisse poster from Galerie Maeght, the RLT pieces bring a one of a kind finishing touch to any home.
Visit website | @shop_rlt

Freddi Swanson '03
Sidekick Studios is a design, print and social media agency that works exclusively with nonprofits. We help charities all over the world raise money, promote awareness for their cause and engage their supporters. 
Visit website | LinkedIn

Skin by Maddie

Maddie Marcus '07
Private skincare studio in Brentwood offering personalized treatments that fit the unique needs of your skin.
Visit website | @skinbymaddie


Sofi's Kitchen

Sofi Hernandez '07
Sofi Hernández is a Los Angeles-based certified holistic nutritionist, focusing on food that heals, food that nourishes, and food that gives life.
Visit website | @sofiskitchen

Sophia Galano '07
Sophia Vale Galano is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a private therapist practice in Los Angeles. Sophia has extensive experience working as a therapist in residential, inpatient, outpatient and educational settings. She also served as a primary therapist for young adult males in a long-term, highly structured treatment center for substance use. Sophia has also provided educational talks at local high schools and often serves as a consultant to other therapists. In addition to providing private therapy, Sophia supervises Associate Social Workers and is a part-time high school counselor.
Visit website | @sophiavalegalano


Sugar Kane's Bake Shop

Kelsey Branstetter '06
Sugar Kane's Bake Shop is an online boutique bakery that specializes in retro cakes and other treats. Everything is made to order using fresh, high quality ingredients.
Visit website | @sugar_kane_bake_shop



Tamar Saunders '04
California native Tamar Saunders is equally passionate about herbalism and skin/body/haircare. Tamar was inspired to start her own line of products after taking a two-year apprenticeship course in herbal studies. Dissatisfied with the lack of simple, organic ingredients and affordable herbal products on the market, she started making her own at home. She is committed to making sustainable products and packaging when she can and also keeping her products free of Paraffins, PEGs, Phthalates, Sulfates, Silicas, Dimethicone, Laureth, Ceteareth, Sulfates, Benzyl Alcohol, Cetyl Alcohol, Phenoxyethanol, Mineral Oil and Petrolatum.
Visit website | @tamthyme


Wild Organic Wellness

Lauren Haas '04
Celebrity nutrition coach, wellness expert and private chef who specializes in healthy meal delivery, whole foods eating, and mind-body health, Lauren works with private and corporate clients to help themselves or their employees create the right plan for living a healthy lifestyle in a realistic way. 
Visit website | @wildorganicwellness


WalkGood LA

Coco Maurice '12
WalkGood LA is a community-based non-profit organization dedicated to bringing people together from all walks of life to fight for racial equity and heal in solidarity, through the arts, health, and wellness.
Visit website | @walkgoodla



Alex Jacobson '13
Worked Up is a community-driven mentorship platform for early to mid-career women. We're on a mission to close the gender leadership gap by democratizing access to connections, mentorship, and personal and professional support to drive career preparation and outcomes.
Visit website | @workedup_

The Archer School for Girls admits students of any race, color, religion, national and ethnic origin, sexual orientation or other legally protected status to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national and ethnic origin, sexual orientation or other legally protected status in its hiring or in the administration of its educational policies and programs, admissions policies, financial aid programs or other school-administered programs. 

The Archer School for Girls’ mission is to educate students in an environment specifically designed for girls. As such, the school will consider any candidate for admission who identifies as a girl. Once admitted to Archer, all students in good academic standing who abide by Archer’s code of conduct and who meet requirements for graduation will be eligible to receive an Archer diploma, regardless of any change in sexual identity or other legally protected status.