Mid-Pen's 43nd Annual Commencement Ceremonies
Mid-Pen celebrated the 40 members of the Class of 2023 who graduated in an outdoor ceremony on the school's field on Saturday, May 27, at 10:30 a.m. Watch a slide show of the ceremony and other tributes to the class below.
Head of School Karen Eshoo shares a message of gratitude with the Class of 2023.
Give a shout-out to the Class of 2023.
Post a congratulatory note or video on our virtual message board, or just read the messages from parents, teachers, alumni, and friends. All send their best wishes to the members of this year's graduating class.
The Class of 2023 Through the Years
Watch our seniors as they grow up in front of your eyes. (And break out the tissue!)
Kendall Anderson '12
A member of Mid-Pen’s Class of 2012, Kendall Anderson is a Client Advocate at Justice At Last, the only independent nonprofit law firm in the Bay Area exclusively serving the legal needs of survivors of human trafficking. She holds a MA in Urban and Public Affairs from The University of San Francisco and a BA in Political, Legal, and Economic Analysis from Mills College.
Kendall’s interest in social justice and anti-human trafficking began during her undergraduate studies. While Kendall was a student at Mills College, she successfully advocated for changes in the Oakland Police Department’s treatment of victims in the Special Victim’s Unit. After college, she spent three years in sales at The RealReal, an online luxury consignment and fashion startup. While in grad school, Kendall focused her academic research on human trafficking and was a public policy fellow at the San Francisco Department on the Status of Women. She wrote her thesis on human trafficking interventions in aviation, focusing on SFO’s bathroom sticker initiative.