The Alumnae Association currently is supporting chapters in Washington, DC, Atlanta, Chicago, Hawaii, New England, New York, and Florida! The Alumnae Office is working to establish chapters in the following areas: Houston, Dallas, Austin, San Diego, and Baton Rouge. Please email Celeste Anding at firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer or for more information.
The Washington, DC Chapter was our first Chapter! Rachel Schott, Class of 2007, has already coordinated these Alumnae for several events. You can email Rachel at email@example.com.
Nichole Beal DeLuke ’97 and Tammie Bailey Fults ’79 are the Atlanta Chapter Coordinators. If you live in the Atlanta area, you soon will be hearing from these ladies. Interested in assisting them? Please email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Roxane Assaf-Lynn ’81 is Chapter Coordinator for Chicago. You can email Roxane at firstname.lastname@example.org or wait to hear from her.
Jeanne Bourgeois ’82 is the Chapter Coordinator for Hawaii. If you live in the Hawaiian Islands, you will hear from Jeanne soon. Interested in connecting with other alumnae in your area, you can email Jeanne at email@example.com.
Rachel Schott ’04, Chapter Coordinator for DC/VA/MD area, will also coordinate the New England Chapter. Contact Rachel at Schott.firstname.lastname@example.org.
With almost 100 Alumnae in the NYC area, Bridget Cloud ‘06, Toni Trapani ’87, and Siobhan Harty O’Leary ’82 are working on establishing this chapter. You can email them at email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com.
Denise Cunningham Magee, Class of 1987, is working hard to establish a central Florida chapter and possibly others in the Sunshine State. You can email Denise at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chapters are formed primarily because alumnae and friends have a special love for St. Mary’s Dominican High School and want to enhance their relationship with the institute. Alumnae enjoy getting to know other Domininicanites within their community by networking and sharing experiences of the great Dominican traditions of our school.