Originally from Culpeper, Virginia, Ivy Houde graduated from Episcopal High School in 2015.
During her time at EHS, Ivy was a proud resident of Harrison Dorm. She served as Captain of the varsity soccer, basketball & softball teams. She was recognized as All-Conference for all three sports. Ivy also served as an Editor on the school newspaper, The Chronicle. Her senior year she was awarded the school's James H. Fannon Jr. Family Award, recognizing her as the school's most outstanding female athlete.
After Episcopal, Ivy attended Middlebury College where she was a member of the women's basketball team. Serving as captain, her team advanced to the national tournament and won its first NCAA tournament game in program history. She also served on the Board of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee & worked as an Advertising Manager for the student publication, The Middlebury Campus.
She graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Double Major in Economics & American Studies. Her specific academic focus was in Gender & Media Studies. During her senior year, she wrote her honors thesis on the inequalities of pay & media representation between men's & women's basketball.
Today, Ivy lives in New York City and currently works in Digital Marketing at a Technology Start-up. In her free time, She still loves spending time with her Episcopal friends that she has since reconnected with in the city.