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Alumni Spotlight

Isabel Moore ’16 Returns for Practicum in Education

Isabel Moore ’16 joined fourth grade teacher Lana Holman for a monthlong practicum as part of her studies at Colby College. This pre-teaching experience

Charles Pinck ’76

Charles Pinck ’76, President of the OSS Society, produced a short film about D-Day, titled “Operation Overlord: OSS and the Battle for France.” The

Annie Conway ’05

Congratulations to Annie Conway ’05 who began the Physician Assistant Program at MGH Institute in September.

Katy Vollum ’08

Katy began a residency in obstetrics and gynecology at ChristianaCare, a community and teaching hospital in Delaware. In Katy’s first 20 days in labor

Susanna Monroe ’13

Susanna Monroe ’13 is the music director of The Vassar Devils, a Vassar College a cappella group known for its tight harmonies, polished sound,

Zoe Sarason ’09

Zoe is a pediatric home health RN and currently on the front lines at Gillette Stadium administering COVID-19 vaccines. She is a 2018 graduate of Simmons University

Gabriel McCreath ’17

Gabe was selected by the Massachusett Poetry Festival as the under-18 poet opening their final 2021 Headline Reading that featured professional poets Jos Charles and

Catherine DiCara ’12

Cat received Lesley University’s Graduate School of Education June T. Fox Scholarship Award. A member of the 2020-21 associate teacher cohort, Cat was selected from a

Alex Tobias ’18

We love seeing our alumni thriving as athletes at their next schools. Huge congratulations to Alex Tobias ’18, now a senior at Brooks School,

Ben Cerel ’09

Ben Cerel ’09 is one step closer to his dream of becoming a physician. He recently celebrated his White Coat Ceremony surrounded by family at

Noah Brauner ’21

Noah is having an impact in his first year at Noble and Greenough School by designing apps to help connect and inform the community.

Vivian Danahy ’19

Congratulations to Vivian Danahy ’19 for being named one of four finalists for the Smith College High School Girls Poetry Prize. Out of the

Miriam Elhajli ’09

Miriam Elhajli ’09 is a folk singer, composer-improviser, and musicologist whose work is influenced by the rich musical traditions of her Venezuelan, Moroccan, and North

Alasdair MacKenzie ’11

As part of the 2022 March Madness Alumni Giving Challenge, Alasdair MacKenzie ’11 returned for a conversation with the school about his time since
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