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Lena Ishii ’25 and Mili Medwed ’25 cheer on the Knights at the Head of the Charles Regatta. Front cover: Lower School teacher Christina DelloRusso with students Mia Andreoli ’28 and Sammy Richards ’28.


f r o m t h e h e a d of S c h o o l Dear members of the BB&N community,

In this report, you’ll read about journeys.Whether big or small, journeys are the defining metaphor for the experience that is BB&N. Journeys of the mind as students engage with powerful works of literature or challenging math equations. Odysseys to the woods of New Hampshire or to locales around the globe to connect and serve. Journeys through years and from campus to campus, something I’m reminded of every September as it has become clear that our Beginner students continue to insist on eventually becoming Seniors. I believe that the most rewarding journeys in our lives are marked by a sense of challenge and an imperative to get out of our own element, to leave behind the familiar and the comfortable. That same framework influences how we as teachers, administrators, and trustees approach one of our most important obligations: mapping out what the future journeys for our students will look like. In particular, I’d call out three initiatives that fit this bill last year: the successful completion of the Middle School renovation, as well as the work put in by the members of both our Global Education Task Force and our Financial Aid Summit. With the reimagining of 80 Sparks Street, we see the beautiful result of the care that went into creating a campus environment that supports collaboration, team-based work, and habits of mind that will foster future success for our 7th and 8th graders. The

recommendations that emerged from the Global Task Force establish guideposts for BB&N to best guide our students to build their skills as curious, empathetic, globally competent thinkers, citizens, and, down the road, leaders. Finally, the report provided by the members of our Financial Aid Summit set forth steps that BB&N could consider to increase opportunities for children—no matter what their socio-economic status—to gain access to this great School and the journeys that take flight here. The essential common thread shared by all three of these major initiatives is the profound support they have received from you, the members of our BB&N community. Your record-setting philanthropic support this past year makes it possible for our School to live up to its ambitious mission: to prepare our students for lives of principled engagement in their communities and the world. I need to pause here to make particular note of a remarkable number: $3.53 million. That is the amount that was contributed by donors to the 2015-2016 BB&N Fund, eclipsing the previous high-water mark by a stunning 14 percent! Simply incredible. We are so grateful for your continuing, steadfast belief in this School, and for your extraordinary support of the journeys of our 1,022 students. Thank you, and happy journeys to all during the year ahead.

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Katie Gould ’21 arrives at the renovated Middle School campus.

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The BB&N Experience:

a J o u r n e y of a L i f e t i m e The word “journey” is often used to describe the experience of being part of the BB&N community.

For BB&N “Lifers,” it is a journey that begins in the Lower School’s Morse Building and ends 12 to 14 years later at Graduation. For other students, their journeys may have different entry and departure points and cover one campus or all three. And for all, their BB&N journey is a personal one they experience over months and years through acquired mastery or deeper knowledge of a subject, the honing of artistic and athletic talents, and the self-discovery they find through new passions, skills, and confidence. For BB&N faculty, their journeys can span decades like the 37- year career of Lower School Math Teacher Carter Donovan and the 33-year tenure of Upper School Art Teacher John Norton, both of whom retired this year along with several other distinguished colleagues after leaving their mark on many generations of BB&N students, families, and alumni/ae.

And of course there are the journeys of our more than 6,000 alumni/ae, whose paths beyond BB&N span the country and the world as they pursue further education, diverse careers, passions, and accomplishments. What unites these journeys are the shared experiences, connections with teachers and coaches, and friendships with classmates that began at BB&N and will last a lifetime. And what fuels these journeys are the commitments of time, talents, and philanthropic support from the many members of our community whose generosity is celebrated and recognized in this report.

To bring these BB&N journeys to life, we are pleased to share a selection of remarks and reflections of BB&N students, faculty, administrators, parents, and alumni/ae on various occasions throughout the 2015-2016 academic year; as well as descriptions of a few of the journeys BB&N students and faculty have had the opportunity to experience in their classrooms this year.

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G R A D U AT I O N , C L O S I N G C E R E M O N I E S , AND END-OF-YEAR EVENTS

Upper School Graduation

Top: Class of 2016 Seniors gather at the Senior Farewell Dinner in June. Bottom: Seniors proudly show off their BB&N diplomas following Graduation. From left: Allie Gould ’16, Katherine Mayer ’16, Marin Lang ’16, Violet Michel ’16, Talia Curhan ’16, Homa Gharagozlou ’16,

“This graduation and the diplomas these students will soon receive mark the end of one journey and the beginning of another….You’re leaving BB&N for something that is not yet fully formed. But you’re leaving equipped to make a difference in the communities in which you tread and the world in which you live. My message today is that you leave here with lessons, habits, and values that are not just important for getting you into college. What you have learned here is important to your School and your family, and yes, even our culture and our democracy…. “At BB&N you have learned the value of listening to—of hearing—not just some other voices, but all other voices.You’ve also seen the power of a community where everyone has a ‘place at the table’…. “Respect for this shared belief [in the importance of civility] can even be found in our School’s mission statement, whose most indispensable words I have long considered to be ‘principled engagement’…. “As you get ready to leave, I ask that you live by the habits of mind you learned here. And in these contentious times, I ask something more of you: that you take the civility cultivated within this School and spread it. Spread it to your communities. Spread it to your college campuses. Spread it among friends, and practice it with those you think of as adversaries.”

and Chabelis Byamana ’16.

— Rebecca T. Upham, Head of School 4


“BB&N is known for its amazing academics. But standing here today…our memories of BB&N will consist largely of the people here…and the experiences that we have enjoyed with them. “We’ll remember the teachers who went out of their way to meet with us before school, or during a free block, just to make sure we fully understood the materials. And the teachers who left their door open so we could sit down and talk to them whenever we wanted…. And we’ll remember our fellow castmates, or musicians…and we’ll remember our teammates, and our coaches who pushed us to work harder—win or lose. “Whether we came in Beginners, Middle School, or even last year… we’ve grown, we’ve changed, we’ve reinvented ourselves…. I think that what makes BB&N so unique is how unafraid people are about taking risks—and trying something new. Always evolving. Always looking forward. “So when we find ourselves in a new place in the fall, and as we span the globe in pursuit of even higher education, I know that we will remember what we have learned here. That it is important to treat the world gently and treat others with respect. That it is fine to fail as long as you fail big and you learn from that failure. And that, no matter what, every problem can be solved with hard work.”

“T H E LOW E R S C H OOL WA S A P LACE W H E R E Y OU B E GA N TO LE A R N AND P R A C TIC E TH E N E C E S S A RY S KI LLS TH AT P R OD U C E TH E MOS T E FFECTI VE LE A D E R S …. A S Y OU H E A D IN TO YO UR LIFE B E Y ON D B B & N , IT IS MY HO PE THAT Y OU R E ME MB E R TO TR E AT TH E EARTH GE N TLY A N D A LL OF H E R P E OPLE WI TH K IN D N E S S . A N D IT IS MY W IS H THAT, I N R E TU R N , Y OU A R E S H OW E R E D WI TH ALL OF TH E W ON D E R FU L A N D GR E AT THI NG S TH AT LIFE H A S TO OFFE R .”

— Zachary Horwitz ’16 — Bill Hritz, Grade 4 Teacher Jeanette Markham Master Teacher Chair Remarks to BB&N “Lifers,” May 2016

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Back to Bivouac

Seniors share their reflections on the first-ever Back-to-Bivouac Day, a voluntary program in which 80% of seniors took part. Since Bivouac became a co-ed program in 1980, more than 4,500 students have participated.

Left: Rohan Agrawal ’19, Ethan Voligny ’19, Happy Platt ’19, and Andy Xu ’19 build a fire for their squad at Bivouac 2015. Right: Rebecca Mironko ’19 and Gracie Paul ’19 hone their carpentry skills at Bivouac. 6

“In some ways it feels like a million years have gone by and we’re all so mature, and on the other hand it seems like we’re all so similar and nothing has changed.” — Katie Massie ’16 “After Bivouac I felt this sense of community, I felt like I belonged at BB&N. I love this community!” — Sihak Lee ’16 “I felt like this was a great way for high school to come full circle. We’re literally back where we started!” — Adria Alexander ’16


A Tribute to John Norton

“For me and most of the department, John has been synonymous with ‘The BB&N Art Department’— for 33 years! “Many generations of students, teachers, and administrators have come and gone—and John was still here: making art, bringing kids to art, defending art in a highly academic school, and… keeping fresh his delightful enthusiasm for this alchemy of teaching art to young people. “He was also always ready to try something new with kids or take an interest that emerged in one group and move them more deeply into it. In that regard, he is both fearless and flexible: two excellent traits in a teacher. “John, you have taught me and so many of us what matters most: not so much getting all the little details or dates right, but the larger picture of being available to kids; of being kind, of admitting mistakes; of teaching with enthusiasm, finding fun in what you do, in enjoying the kids and the connections with other faculty; of finding the world a fascinating, changeable place, and wanting always to bring your discoveries to your colleagues and to your students.” —P  arrish Dobson, Upper School Photography Honoring Upper School Art Teacher John Norton upon his retirement from BB&N

Top: John Norton with students, 1989. Middle: John Norton reconnects with Justin Chow ’11 at Strawberry Night 2016. Bottom: John Norton and student, 2000.

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Katie Massie ’16 and Zack Horwitz ’16 in their roles as Charity Hope Valentine and Oscar Lindquist in the 2016 Upper School winter musical Sweet Charity.

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BB&N FUND BY THE NUMBERS

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The BB&N Fund raised more than $3.5 million this year—an all-time record— in support of excellence and the journey of each student.

TH IS S C H OOL H A S P R OV ID E D ME WI TH A TOP TIE R E D U C ATION TH AT H AS SHAPED ME IN TO W H O I A M TOD AY.”

— Class of 2017 Junior

1,783 Nearly 1,800 parents, alumni/ae, grandparents, faculty, staff, and friends supported The BB&N Fund this year.

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Grade 8 Closing Ceremonies

Grade 6 Closing Ceremonies Luncheon

“It is often not until much later that we recognize the seeds planted in Middle School—that’s the magic of this place.”

“Our lives are journeys, and it is you who are helping us along the way…. One thing I have seen many times is the moment of discovery at BB&N. Learning by experiencing and discovering is amazing…. Whole new worlds of capability open up. “One thing we have learned from our time so far at BB&N is that individuals have the power to do many great things. There’s the power of a teacher, who can open a child’s mind and heart with a dash of new perspective, and give them knowledge that will last a lifetime…. With willpower, perseverance, and determination, one person can change minds, change laws, change the way we think about the world. We as a class are finally becoming old enough to examine what we think is right, and we are capable of creating change…. “We as humans, as people, as individuals, are on a road. The road is not a finished one that is set out for us. It is paved by our choices, our actions, our goals, and how hard we strive to achieve them.Yet as people we have as much strength as our willingness to achieve. And we all have the power to make the earth a better place. It is just a question of what we are going to do about it, and how hard we are willing to work for it. And I hope that we will all keep in our minds the abilities that we have, our power as people, and how we can give back to the world.”

— Mary Dolbear, Director of the Middle School

Top: Eighth graders Julie Klingenstein and Grace Vincent enjoy the new Middle School campus. Bottom: Julia Shephard ’22 and her parents, Heather Bell and Neil Shephard, celebrate following the Sixth Grade Closing Ceremonies.

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— Julia Shephard ’22


S T U D E N T- C E N T E R E D L E A R N I N G

Lower School Th!nker Lab

“Over the past year, the Lower School Th!nker Lab has helped us continue to integrate inquiry-based, interdisciplinary student projects into our curricula. The Lab has become a place where faculty and students develop their metacognitive and critical thinking skills, and we have begun providing teachers with professional development opportunities through handson workshops. “With one year under our belt and the past three years of project-based professional development, Lower School faculty continue to dive deeper into faculty professional and curriculum development using design thinking—a method of asking a question, focusing on a user and need, and then prototyping possible solutions. “This summer, Lower School science teacher Maria Elena Derrien and I attended The Design Thinking Institute at The Nueva School in San Francisco, where we experienced how design thinking can improve learning and collaboration in and outside the classroom. The Institute allowed us to talk to

Jen Lavenberg with Jonathan Andreoli ’26 and Finley Long ’26 in the Lower School Th!nker Lab.

experts about creating hands-on, project-based, design thinking curricula, and learn how to train teachers in the process. “The Th!nker Lab continues to be a space that is helpful in promoting collaboration, creation, and motivating our students. Learning is about the journey and not only about the destination, and the Th!nker Lab is a space that helps us continue to be lifelong learners.” — Jennifer Lavenberg, Lower School Technology Integrator and Makerspace Mentor Edgar H. Nichols Future Leader Instructor

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Lower School Identity Project

Above: Rosie Angelone ’26 works on her self-portrait. Right: Finley Long ’26, Chloe Rankel ’26, Ryan Stevens ’26, and Sofia Egan ’26. Back Row: Sophie Smyke ’17 and Abigail Cozier ’17.

“ W E DI D N ’T D O T H IS WH OL E P R OJE C T I N O NE D AY. WE H A D ME ET IN GS ON TH E RUG , R E A D A L OT OF B OOK S , WE N T TO A M USE U M, A N D D ID S O M U C H P R A C TIC E W I T H O U R A R T W OR K .”

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“The Identity Project was a B-2 teacher cohort effort to put into practice the important ongoing professional development in which they have been involved. Specifically, the Identity Project was an investigation into identity and how perseverance and effective feedback lead to Exemplary Work. Exemplary Work is a student’s best work and is the result of ongoing teacher planning and reflection, as well as effective feedback by adults and peers. The work is the result of student perseverance and practice using this feedback to reflect on work, and to create multiple drafts in an effort to improve. “Through the Identity Project the teachers and students looked closely at themselves and their classmates, finding their original perspectives challenged in the face of new possibilities. As we engaged in this process, we often returned to the questions: Why are we doing this work? What is essential about identity in our learning at BB&N? “This project demonstrates that identity is the space from which deep learning emerges. It is through this powerful sense of knowing, and being known, that our best selves emerge. These are the selves that are not afraid to question, to innovate, to advocate, and to imagine. These are the selves that take risks, safe in the knowledge that their community will catch them and carry them through the process. These are the selves who are not afraid to ask, ‘What might be possible?’” — Anthony Reppucci, Lower School Assistant Director


In January 2016, Upper School Advanced Photography students had the opportunity to use the three-story brick house behind the Nicholas Athletic Center, recently purchased by the School, as their studio. As preparation, they analyzed the psychological patterns and symbols of several fairy tales. The goal was to produce a series of related images that pursued a theme, possibly related to the obstacles and tasks of growing up as seen symbolically in fairy tales.

On two occasions, BB&N second graders in Susan

Kinsky’s class came over to work with the Upper School photography students, bringing their own self-portraits which they had made as part of a major Morse Building project exploring Identity. Small groups of second graders worked with the Advanced Photographers who all enjoyed the energy of this terrific group of second graders.

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Nature Scouts

“The Nature Scouts started when a group of Second Graders took an interest in a neglected patch of dirt behind the playground area. The Scouts were exploring this patch of land, when I told them they should talk with Bev Malone, Director of the Teacher Training Institute and our resident tree expert. Bev started brainstorming with them, thinking of the possibilities of the space. She helped them plant annuals in pots and along the border of the fence, gave them a Nature Scout journal, and helped them research various trees. She supported them but gave them complete ownership over the project. This project was also very important socially to this group of students, helping them develop new friendships. “I loved getting the chance to work with Bev on curriculum. While the project existed mostly during recess, it gave me ideas of how to support emergent curriculum in the future. Jen Lavenberg also built off of the enthusiasm for the space, having the entire Second Grade think about different ways to use the space.”

Top: Front Row - Sofia Egan ’26, Charley Rubins ’26, Zoey Orlando ’26, Alexis Higgins ’26, Aleena Surati ’26. Back Row: Pepe Quilter-Vagts ’26, Iris Fahy ’26, Chloe Rankel ’26, and Bev Malone. Bottom: Aleena Surati ’26, Zoey Orlando ’26, and Sofia Egan ’26 prepare to plant flowers along the playground border.

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— Susan Kinsky, Grade 2 Teacher


FA C U LT Y P R O F E S S I O N A L D E V E L O P M E N T

“This past school year, I was lucky enough to receive a Technology Launch Grant to explore the use of a GoPro Camera in our Kindergarten classroom. I consider the grant a huge success. I created more videos than I ever had before as the GoPro allowed me to enhance both the level and quality of my documentation. “What was most exciting to me about this grant was implementing the GoPro using the same approach that the B-2 teachers have been learning through the Cadwell Collaborative. Part of the Cadwell philosophy is that children need high quality tools in order to produce beautiful and exceptional work. First, I introduced the camera and its accessories to the students, using the Responsive Classroom model of Guided Discovery to explore the camera and the various ways to mount it.We held discussions, watched GoPro videos, and brainstormed ways we could use it during the school year. “The first project that I used the GoPro for came about when we were studying our passions. We decided to create a class video depicting the students’ passions at school. In true Cadwell fashion, the children had to be the creators (come up with an idea for a passion they would like to depict), directors (choose a way to mount the GoPro based on the passion they chose), and camera operators. Giving the students the power to be the first ones to operate the GoPro was a special way to introduce the camera to our classroom environment, help them understand its possibilities, and show them that they are capable of amazing work.”

“In July I joined 11 other teachers from around the country at the ‘Fallingwater Teacher Residency: Teaching Through Architecture’ program at the Frank Lloyd Wright house, Fallingwater, in western Pennsylvania. In addition to being immersed in Fallingwater, where we learned about Wright’s concept of organic-based architecture, we engaged in a week-long series of activities emphasizing student centered, creative problem solving through design and architecture. It was an extraordinary opportunity to experience Fallingwater in a way most tourists don’t, and the material we covered will be wholly relevant to my teaching at BB&N.” ­— Laura Tangusso, Upper School Art Kindergarten teacher Ben Goldhaber with students Matias Egan ’28. Matthew Sorgini ’28, Deven Swani ’28, and Sophie Reynolds ’28.

— Ben Goldhaber, Kindergarten Teacher

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I N T E R N AT I O N A L T R AV E L

“It was a true gift to be able to travel for two weeks without a worry in the world. There are very few times when I can truly ‘check out’ and be free from obligation, worry, concern, or even just a schedule! This was one of those times and it was remarkable.”

“We decided to go to Mexico for two weeks and chose Playa Del Carmen as our home base to explore the nearby ruins. Each day, we visited a new place or ruin and after a week-long exploration, we headed back to Cancun on the way to Isla Mujeres (‘Island of Women’) in the Caribbean Sea. My experiences visiting these places will be useful when our 6th Grade students study Colonization and its impacts in social studies.”

—D  oug Neuman, Upper School Counselor Trip to Italy and England, Summer 2015

— Berhane Zerom, Grade 6 Homeroom and Mathematics Trip to Mexico, Summer 2015

Faculty Travel Grants

“I AM SO THANKFUL TO BE A PART OF SUCH A WARM AND WELCOMING COMMUNITY AND I HAVE ENJOYED ALL ASPECTS OF THE SCHOOL. I AM SO GRATEFUL TO BE RECEIVING FINANCIAL AID SUPPORT AND WANTED TO THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY THAT HAS ALLOWED ME TO CONTINUE ATTENDING BB&N.”

— Class of 2016 Senior

Students participating in the BB&N trip to China in June, led by Upper School Chinese teacher Yinong Yang, included (from left): Eliott Wallace ’18, Charlie Heveran ’17, Aaron Kaufer ’17, Lucas Fried ’17, Nick Piccirillo ’17, Alec Chapman ’17, Natalie Madden ’17, and Matthew Siff ’17.

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Student Trip to Swaziland and South Africa

“I am now considering tutoring kids in math and science, excited to spread what I have learned on this trip (conservation of animals and nature) to as many people as I can.”

This 11-day exploration into the wildlife, environment, and culture of southern Africa represented the first year that BB&N travel options for Middle and Upper School students included this part of the world in addition to eight other countries. Students willing to travel and interact with other people, places, and cultures are rewarded with the skills, inspiration, and motivation necessary for creating meaningful change. Several students provided the following reflections on their experience.

“I have definitely grown to be more aware and understanding of different issues around the world. It really put my issues into perspective when I saw how many privileges I have and how lucky I am.”

Left: Emma Rashes ’17, Jocelyn Wang ’18, Matt Monsalve

“This trip allowed us to immerse ourselves in the South African and Swaziland culture. I loved learning about the culture, and this reduced many former stereotypes I had about Africa as a whole.”

’17, Emma Jacobs ’17, Consi Faling ’18, and Caroline

“The trip allowed me to see how little things we do can really affect others and the environment, even if we cannot see it happening. Additionally, I have become more aware of how I can positively affect others’ lives.”

Mbuluzi Game Reserve in Swaziland where they engaged

Donnelly Moran ’18 studying local tortoises and their food preference and behavior. Right: Students at the Savannah Research Center at the in field work with the Center’s scientists.

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Upper School art teacher Laura Tangusso and Alice O’Neill ’19.

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Financial Highlights 2015-2016 FUNDRAISING RESULTS BY CONSTITUENCY AND PURPOSE

The BB&N Fund

Capital Giving

Total Support

Current Parents $2,441,444 $3,015,100 $5,456,545 Alumni/ae $808,654 $161,209 $969,863 Parents of Alumni/ae & Former Students $140,715 $255,871 $396,586 Grandparents $90,639 $2,600 $93,239 Current Faculty and Staff $13,544 $1,650 $15,194 Seniors $2,119 $2,119 Friends and Other Donors $13,446 $5,581 $19,027 Other Operating Support:

Parents’ Association Events and Activities $20,787 $20,787 Total Support: $3,531,348 $3,442,011 $6,973,359

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More than a quarter of BB&N Fund donors are members of The 1974 Leadership Society (254 Leadership and 231 Young Alumni/ae Leadership members).

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2015-2016 SOURCES OF INCOME

Investment Income 0.2% Tuition and Fees 81.3%

Other Programs 4.7%

Endowment Support 6.4%

2015-2016 BB&N FUND GIFTS BY GIVING LEVEL

BB&N Fund Gifts 7.4%

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$100,000 and Above $50,000 - $99,999 $25,000 - $49,999 $15,000 - $24,999 $10,000 - $14,999 $5,000 - $9,999 $2,500 - $4,999 $1,000 - $2,499 $500 - $999 $250 - $499 $100 - $249 $1 - $99

2015-2016 DISTRIBUTION OF EXPENSES

Salaries and Benefits 59.6%

Non-Operating Costs 6.8%

Financial Aid 16.1%

No. of Donors

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$651,000 $307,000 $811,372 $349,672 $360,303 $386,834 $251,280 $181,604 $84,770 $46,525 $62,251 $17,949

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$3,510,561 $20,787

BB&N Fund Total

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Donor Generosity and Strong Financial Management Support BB&N’s Present and Future

Gifts to BB&N, whether for current operations, endowment, or capital projects, are an investment in the School’s present and future. They represent a strong vote of confidence by our donors in the School’s leadership and an understanding of the importance of their support to sustain BB&N’s academic vision. The BB&N Fund continued its sustained growth in 2015-2016, reaching the $3.5 million mark for the first time in the School’s history and representing a 14 percent increase over last year’s total. Of this amount, more than $800,000 was contributed by BB&N alumni/ae, an all-time record. Equally impressive, parents of the Class of 2016 raised a record-breaking $1.1 million through their Senior Parents’ Gift, of which nearly $700,000 will be used to create the Class of 2016 Supplemental Financial Aid Fund to support the non-tuition portion of the School’s financial aid budget. Additionally, parents of the Class of 2022 contributed a near-record $62,000 through their Sixth Grade Gift to establish a new fund to support collaborative professional development opportunities for Lower School faculty. Both class efforts received support from nearly 100% of parents in the class. BB&N’s operating budget receives crucial support each year from The BB&N Fund along with income generated by the BB&N endowment, which had an estimated market value as of June 30, 2016, of $71.6 million.

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BB&N Trustee and Investment Committee Chair Chuck Brizius P’19, ’21, ’24 shares the following comments regarding the School’s investment strategy and practices:

• T he School continues to maintain a low endowment draw rate to assist in the funding of operations. By doing so, the portfolio is able to add a greater percentage of its returns to endowment principal in order to maximize growth to support future needs. The School’s actual draw from endowment during fiscal year 2015-2016 was 4.32% of the market value on July 1, 2015.

• B B&N closely monitors its endowment performance and returns to ensure that adequate liquidity is maintained to support current operations. Currently, more than two-thirds of BB&N’s endowment is available within 90 days.

• T he School’s endowment outperformed that of peer independent schools over the periods of 1 year, 3 years, 5 years, and 10 years as of December 31, 2015 (the most recent available comparable data). BB&N’s unaudited performance for the same periods was .4%, 6.3%, 5.7% and 5.9%.

• B B&N reviews its asset allocation policy and the performance of investment managers on a regular basis. Current asset allocation policy targets are 25% equity, 35% marketable securities, 15% private equity, 10% real assets, and 15% fixed income/cash.


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Nearly 100 percent of parents in the Class of 2016 and Class of 2022 contributed to their class gift campaigns.

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Upper School field hockey team members celebrate a strong finish at last fall’s Friday Knight Lights game against Groton.

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C U R R E N T PA R E N T S BB&N is extraordinarily grateful for the generous financial support provided by current families, 81% of whom made gifts totaling $2,441,444 to The BB&N Fund in 2015-2016 and many of whom also made gifts, pledges, or payments to support the School’s capital priorities. Three grades achieved an impressive participation rate of 90%

Listed below by grade are all parents who made

gifts or pledges to either The BB&N Fund or to a capital/ endowment initiative between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016. Families with children in more than one grade are included in The BB&N Fund participation figure for each grade.

BEGINNERS

93% BB&N Fund Participation Chris and Jonna Angelone Ian and Lisa Ashton Beth Myers Azano ’95 and Chip Azano Karina Baum and Itai Vardi Joshua Bresler and Katherine Ferguson Keith and Susan Brown Joseph and Kristin Casey Daniel Chung and Joseph Chart Jorge Conde and Cristina Ferrer Michael DeMichele and Elizabeth Shelburne Aron Epstein ’97 and Jacqueline Bell Keith and Debbie Gelb Robert and Kathryn Hassell Kari Jorgenson ’93 and Kenneth Beausang Kenyon Kellogg and Amanda Outerbridge Jared and Dara Kesselheim Gordon and Tania Kluzak David Kramer and Carolina Gomez-Kramer Jennifer Light ’89 and Jonathan Caverley Jeremiah Manion and Staci Fields Shep Perkins and Lisa Mullan Perkins Cameron and Amy Pratt

Todd Rothenhaus and Deborah Wong David Sabatini and Valentina Nardi Jamie and Casey Scanlon Prem and Prashanthi Swaroop James and Karla Winter

Scott Friend and Leslie Riedel Gregory Galperin and Polina Golland Jane Gray David and Christine Gross-Loh Richard Hoffman and Lisa Gross Walter and Karameh Kuemmerle Carl and Bridget Terry Long Debbie Longstreet and Peter Lipson Nicolas Massard and Emily McComb Kathryn Young McCullough ’98 and Gregory McCullough Peter M. Nicholas, Jr. ’88 and Christy Nicholas Evan and Elizabeth Olson Steven and Genieve Rankel Ian and Marlene Reynolds Donald Richards and Tracy Bellavance Nada Shadid Neil Shephard and Heather Bell Soyoun and Megan Song John Sorgini and Shari Wolkon Ursula B. Stahl Rahul and Jo Swani Angus C. Treloar Bin Zhao and Hui Hu GRADE 1

KINDERGARTEN

95% BB&N Fund Participation Anonymous (2) Alberto Abadie and Judith Lok Dominic Abrams and Joan LaRovere Christopher Andreoli and Denise Gee Jesse and Pamela Baker Jessica Epstein Baron ’93 and Shane Baron James and Susie Bonsey James Bowen and Carmen Arce-Bowen Robert Brenner ’86 and Molly Brenner J. Ryan and Bronwen Carroll Kendrick Chow and Ellie Choi Andre and Maria Elena Derrien Alexis Boyle Egan ’93 and Chris Egan Dave and Mariana Egan Gregory and Ana Fernandes Kimathi Foster

71% BB&N Fund Participation Brian Bai and Christina Zhang Alastair Bell and Alice Watson Joshua Bresler and Katherine Ferguson Keith and Susan Brown Steven and Alexi Conine Michael Heppner and Christa Crewdson David Deming and Janine Santimauro Mark Goulthorpe and Ashley Schafer Julia Gwynne Tom and Jeanne Hagerty Rachel Kroner Hanselman ’89 and John Hanselman Eric M. Hoagland ’88 and Cyndee Hoagland Andrew Jewett and K. Healan Gaston Jared and Dara Kesselheim Gordon and Tania Kluzak Sol and Elizabeth Kumin Paul Kwon and Hyejin Park James and Anastasia Leyden

Debbie Longstreet and Peter Lipson Marc and Yueling Moran William Numa and Monica Neuman Soren and Caroline Oberg Shep Perkins and Lisa Mullan Perkins Tim and Elizabeth Rath Sean and Rachel Stevens Jed and Asia Webber John and Towne Williams GRADE 2

84% BB&N Fund Participation Alberto Abadie and Judith Lok Christopher Andreoli and Denise Gee Chris and Jonna Angelone Ian and Lisa Ashton Jed Bailey and Kate Hardin Thomas Blackburn and Maria Durant Robert Brenner ’86 and Molly Brenner Dave and Mariana Egan Scott Friend and Leslie Riedel Carlos Gonzalez and Zeynep Ton Chris and Mary Beth Gordon Tim Hartshorn and Melissa Reilly Bob and Kristine Higgins Carl and Bridget Terry Long Nicolas Massard and Emily McComb Peter M. Nicholas, Jr. ’88 and Christy Nicholas Evan and Elizabeth Olson Demetri Orlando and Joslyne Decker Frank and Kelly Panayotou Niels and Meredith Peetz-Larsen Steven and Genieve Rankel Matthew Rubins and Meredith Rosenberg Sepehr Sekhavat and Gena Heidary Soyoun and Megan Song Apple Stephen ’88 and Andrew Kirk Sean and Rachel Stevens Rajeev Surati and Anubha Sacheti Lydia E.Vagts ’81 and David Quilter Fredrik and Becky Velander Nadia Waheed Jason and Judith Walsh James and Karla Winter

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GRADE 3

GRADE 4

Hiroshi Ishii and Akiko Sugaya Darla Jelley Jeff and Lisa Kerrigan David Laibson and Nina Zipser Duncan Lennox and Shixin Han Edward and Jacqueline Martin Daniel Medwed ’87 and Sharissa Jones Richard Miner and Corinne Nagy William Numa and Monica Neuman Soren and Caroline Oberg Shirin N. Philipp ’87 and John M. Higgins Anthony and Yuka Reppucci Rajeev and Ila Shah Matthew K. Sidman ’90 and Lori Sidman Jeannie Chi Yong Suk Kingsley Taft and Gillien Todd Frederica C. Turner ’91 and Alejandro P. Heyworth Philip and Allison Walton Torsten and Beebe Wiegand John and Towne Williams Folk-Man and Monera Wong

86% BB&N Fund Participation Sumit and Deepika Aggarwal Jesse and Pamela Baker Jeffrey Barber and Kimberly Hsu-Barber Jessica Epstein Baron ’93 and Shane Baron Karina Baum and Itai Vardi Seth and Mandy Berman Theodore Constan and Alison Franklin Jared Curhan ’89 and Katie Curhan John Durfee and Preeti Patel Alexis Boyle Egan ’93 and Chris Egan Noah R. Feldman ’88 William and Virginia Foote Adam Gershenson Joel Goldberg ’87 and Cybill Goldberg David and Christine Gross-Loh Richard Hoffman and Lisa Gross Kenneth Hung and Rebecca Kolp

82% BB&N Fund Participation Chris and Jonna Angelone Jeffrey Barber and Kimberly Hsu-Barber Ed and Lori Belz Marc Boesch and David Powers Chuck and Kate Brizius David Chen and Joanne Wu Steven and Alexi Conine Anthony Datel Noah R. Feldman ’88 John Fulginiti ’81 and Diane Fulginiti Andy Goldfarb and Stephanie Levinger Harvey Carlos Gonzalez and Zeynep Ton Julia Gwynne Megan Rutter Haddadi ’97 Tom and Jeanne Hagerty Zachary J. Harvey Michael and Monica Higgins Susanna J. Jacobus Ranch and Alexa Kimball Gordon and Tania Kluzak

CURRENT PARENT PARTICIPATION IN THE BB&N FUND BY GRADE

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93%

95%

92% 84%

participation

80

86%

84%

82%

87%

88% 78%

71%

74%

73%

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Baron A. Langston, Sr. ’99 and Nikia Londy Jennifer Light ’89 and Jonathan Caverley Richard Miner and Corinne Nagy Frank and Kelly Panayotou Ted Pappendick and Erica Gervais Pappendick John Polcari and Kara Pitt Fleur and Avron Segal Matthew K. Sidman ’90 and Lori Sidman Anthony and Dorothy Simboli Soyoun and Megan Song Stephen Spaloss and Lisa Fortenberry-Spaloss Apple Stephen ’88 and Andrew Kirk Jeannie Chi Yong Suk Megan Weeks Berhane Zerom and Wuhbet Abraham GRADE 5

92% BB&N Fund Participation Jed Bailey and Kate Hardin Jesse and Pamela Baker Peter Baltatzidis and Cristina Moniz-Baltatzidis Jessica Epstein Baron ’93 and Shane Baron William and Judith Bijesse Nathan and Patricia Dowden John Durfee and Preeti Patel Gian and Karen Fabbri Jonathan J. Goodman Chris and Mary Beth Gordon Patrick and Lisa Holland Hiroshi Ishii and Akiko Sugaya David Kramer and Carolina Gomez-Kramer Stuart Levinson and Jennifer Keddy Francis and Marjorie Lichtenberger Debbie Longstreet and Peter Lipson Robert A. Maginn, Jr. and Ling Chai Edward and Jacqueline Martin Serge Mathieu and Rose Cornet-Mathieu Timothy and Corinne Noyes Soren and Caroline Oberg Orlando and Anita Patterson


John Polcari and Kara Pitt Vikrant Raina and Pratima Abichandani Stacey Reifer Matthew Rubins and Meredith Rosenberg Lindsey Mead Russell ’92 and Matthew T. Russell Gerline Saint Preux Javier Segovia and Rosario Sánchez Gómez Elizabeth F. Silverman Alan and Anita Teig Allison N. Wade Philip and Allison Walton Ogden White III and Elizabeth White Janet Costello Worthington ’93 and Michael Worthington Konstantinos Zafiriou and Domenica Karavitaki GRADE 6

84% BB&N Fund Participation Anonymous (1) Sumit and Deepika Aggarwal Joseph and Potoula Angelakis Masud Azimi and Mahshid Samani Stèphane and Brenda Bancel Mark and Irina Barrocas David Berger and Micki Rowaan Bob and Penny Bi Marc Boesch and David Powers Jimmy and Jessie Chen Zheng-Yi Chen and Elisabeth Battinelli Joe and Lucy Chung Rob and Yola Cobert Steven and Alexi Conine Theodore Constan and Alison Franklin Amit and Gitika Desai Neil Druker and Jodi MacKinnon Michael and Manisha Eckton Tim and D’Jamila Fitzgerald William and Virginia Foote Bradley and Colleen Galle Rohitashwa and Reshma Goenka Andy Goldfarb and Stephanie Levinger Harvey William Haining and Hadine Joffe

Daniel and Angela Hanafin Zachary J. Harvey Kenneth Hung and Rebecca Kolp Thomas W. Janes Jeff and Lisa Kerrigan Carolyn Kopans Maxwell Krem Lixin and Yu Liu DuanDuan Ma Robert A. Maginn, Jr. and Ling Chai Jeremiah Manion and Staci Fields Jocelyn McCree ’88 and Allen Waters Beth McDonnell Edward Michna and Keira Mason Patrick and Martha Newport Frank and Kelly Panayotou Ted Pappendick and Erica Gervais Pappendick Shirin N. Philipp ’87 and John M. Higgins Michael and Margaret Rorick Hashim Sarkis and Diala Ezzeddine Dana Schmaltz and Kate Enroth Jonathan and Maggie Seelig Michael and Laurie Sheft Neil Shephard and Heather Bell Matthew K. Sidman ’90 and Lori Sidman Kim Druker Stockwell ’86 and Pel Stockwell Nadia K. Waheed Andrew and Beth Waisburd Alexis and Nathalie Wallace Mark Wang and Sharon Chiu Christine Hogan Ward ’86 and Holland Ward Ogden White III and Elizabeth White James Wood and Claire Messud Jijin Yang and Yunzhe Li GRADE 7

87% BB&N Fund Participation Larry and Yvonne Alberts Andrew and Irina Angel David and Andrea Attisani Robert and Karima Aust Stèphane and Brenda Bancel Huseyin and Carolyn Bektas Seth and Mandy Berman

William and Judith Bijesse Gordon Bloom and Sara Singer Jim Bordewick, Jr. and Martha McNamara Chuck and Kate Brizius John and Jennifer Cassedy Ajay and Layla Chadha Joseph and Emily Coughlin Anthony and Janine Cozier Arup Datta and Madhuleena Saha Eric and Veronica Donovan Sam and Alexandra Epee-Bounya Gian and Karen Fabbri David and Robin Friedman Raghav and Divya Gadodia Brian Gill and Jennifer Lerner John and Janice Gould David and Christine Gross-Loh Jeff and Christa Hawkins Paul Hayre and Jeannette Perez-Rossello Marcia Head Ron and Michal Hirsch Karen Kalina ’81 and Erik Yesson Albert and Kate Kim Mark La Camera ’88 and Nicole La Camera Philipp Lang and Natalie Salem Stuart Levinson and Jennifer Keddy Francis and Marjorie Lichtenberger Qiegang Long and Hongling Han Samir and Rania Melki Hossein Monzavi and Nasrin Sadeghi David and Silvia Nieto Soren and Caroline Oberg Felix and Edith Okwesa Marjorie S. Palace Jonathan Parker and Anne Sartori Scott and Kristin Paton Roy and Linda Pollock Mark and Stephanie Price Daniel Qiu and Victoria Xiang Michael and Linda Rabieh Vikrant Raina and Pratima Abichandani Sean and Lori Roche Thomas and Michelle Roloff Lindsey Mead Russell ’92 and Matthew T. Russell Elizabeth Saltonstall

Christopher and Meredith Shachoy Guhan Subramanian and Helen Clement Stanley and Nathalie Tabor Ben N. Tao Ted and Lynn Trodden Lydia E.Vagts ’81 and David Quilter Fredrik and Becky Velander Weiwen Wang and Lan Fang Christopher G. Weinert ’90 and Bridget Weinert Nick and Tricia Winton Folk-Man and Monera Wong Eric and Elizabeth Woo Janet Costello Worthington ’93 and Michael Worthington Geoffrey Xiao and Xiaoqing Zhou Agnes Yapp Berhane Zerom and Wuhbet Abraham GRADE 8

88% BB&N Fund Participation Anonymous (1) Dominic Abrams and Joan LaRovere John and Lauren Addonizio Robert and Karima Aust David Berger and Micki Rowaan Marina Hatsopoulos Bornhorst ’83 and Walter Bornhorst Jacob Brown III and Lori Catallozzi Mark and Lisa Burton Charles and Adelina Carney Steven Clancy and Lisa Campoli Todd Cozzens and Carme Cozzens Palop Doran and Karen Donovan John W. Fanning and Coreen S. Kraysler Michael and Anne Fantozzi James and Colleen FitzPatrick Sherri D. Floros Jonathan and Barbara Foot Roger and Gwen Forman Justin and Yvonne Foster David and Robin Friedman Howard and Sheila Galligan Fen-Biao Gao and Kun Huang

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Hank and Janet Goddard Dennis Goldstein and Beth Kressley Goldstein Jonathan J. Goodman Jonathan and Barbara Goose Joannes and Suzanne Grevelink Robert and Katie Griffin William and Claire Harden Paul Hayre and Jeannette Perez-Rossello Zhenghua Hong and Jianqin Lu Joseph and Laura Impemba Thomas W. Janes Hongtao Ji and Haoyu Li Xin Liu Johnson and Owen Johnson Stephen and Debra Kemper Bill Keravuori and Jennifer Epstein Ranch and Alexa Kimball James and Susanne Klingenstein Dean and Paula Kolbas Michael and Jacqueline Lamphier Ken and Vicky Lang Ofer and Sharon Levy Qi Li and Yiqi Jin Jie Liu and Weitong Ji Rachel Loughran Michael Malignaggi Angelo Manioudakis and Melani Cammett Serge Mathieu and Rose Cornet-Mathieu Edward and Marcy McGourty Karol Monsalve William Murphy and Claire Corcoran Kate Champion Murphy ’81 Timothy and Dawn Nee Timothy and Corinne Noyes Ted Pappendick and Erica Gervais Pappendick Frederick Park and Bonnie Wargo Shirin N. Philipp ’87 and John M. Higgins Andrew and Suzanne Plump Gregory Pongnon and Chantal Firmin Leonid and Olga Rasin Yves Raymond and Celine Gregoire

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Qiushi Ren and Margaret Huaying Shang Robert Savage and Agnes Buczynski Scott and Tara Savitz Benjamin Shapiro and Kerry McGill Elizabeth F. Silverman Cigdem Sonmez Kim Druker Stockwell ’86 and Pel Stockwell Kingsley Taft and Gillien Todd Geoff and MaryCate Theobald Adrianne Elizabeth Vincent Francis and Alice Wang Christine Hogan Ward ’86 and Holland Ward Guolin Wen and Lin Xu Torsten and Beebe Wiegand GRADE 9

78% BB&N Fund Participation Anonymous (6) Eric and Sara Aske Bryan R. Austin Kenneth and Christine Baily Ed and Lori Belz Chris Bierly and Margaret Boasberg Todd and Melissa Boudreau Sierra Heath Bright Chuck and Kate Brizius Nancy Brown Xiaodong Chen and Ying Lei Edward and Catherine Chen John and Jennifer Chisholm Joe and Lucy Chung Michael Cima and Tina Cortessi Christi Collins and Leida Arroyo Anthony and Janine Cozier Arup Datta and Madhuleena Saha James P. DeVellis ’84 and Ann Kelly Judith Donath John and Tara Doubman David Douglas and Pamela Gannon Neil Druker and Jodi MacKinnon Brent Elkins Oliver and Negin Ewald Michael and Sara Fascetti Christian and Kara Fay Lee and Philippa Ferridge Tim and D’Jamila Fitzgerald James and Colleen FitzPatrick

Raymond Ford and Marion Odence-Ford William and Sarah Garrity Charles and Betsey Gifford Scott and Amy Goebel Mehra Golshan and Parisa Lotfi David and Christine Gross-Loh William Haining and Hadine Joffe David Hajian and Mary Greenwald Orest and Lillian Hrabowych Charles and Kimberly Jacobs Brenda Herschbach Jarrell ’85 and Kevin A. Jarrell Walter and Karameh Kuemmerle Manley Kiley, Jr. and Mary Leahy Anthony and Jill LaMonica Philipp Lang and Natalie Salem Benjamin Leder ’85 and Mary Leder Sung Jin Lee and SooJeong Lim Ilias Levis and Katariina Lahti Chiang Li and Liz Zhao Francis and Marjorie Lichtenberger Doug Lober and Ann Bitetti Ken and Susan Lubar Robert A. Maginn, Jr. and Ling Chai Sayeed Malek and Reema Alshirawi Jamie Mallinger and Elizabeth Gatti Etienne Marcoux and Nathalie Boily Samir and Rania Melki Charles Mironko and Susan Cook Shelagh Lafferty Moskow J.K. Nicholas ’85 and Virginia Shannon Christian Nolen and Susan Denny Phillip Nurse and Christina Day Colleen O’Connor Gilmore O’Neill and Stella Drummond Andrew Pesek and Holly Edmonds Gary and Mary Pforzheimer Thomas Randall and Katrina Armstrong Sean Roche and Cindy Klein Roche Thomas and Michelle Roloff Apratim Sarkar and Sudeshna Das Mark Sarnak and Flora Sam James Satterthwaite and Ute Possekel Michael and Laurie Sheft Richard Solit Andrey and Rimma Soloshenko

Jacqueline A. Stephen ’86 and Michael Brunelli Michael and Irene Theodore Peter and Nonna Tilke Richard and Joan Tomlins David and Lina Tuck Gary Vanasse and Kalpana Gupta Pirooz Vatan and Roya Esbah Vatan Fredrik and Becky Velander Michael and Agnes Voligny Herbert and Charlotte Wagner Jennifer Steffan Weissman Vincent Xu and Linling Liu Yuanjian Ye and Tingzi Wang Ted and Lilly Yun Zilu Zhou and Xiaotong Yu GRADE 10

74% BB&N Fund Participation Anonymous (1) David and Andrea Attisani Greg and Julie F. Auclair Mathew and Alison Avram Asif and Pervin Babu Elijah and Alisa Berg Thomas Blackburn and Maria Durant The Bowden Family Lynn A. Bradbury Richard and Ruth Brower Maud Cabot Carlos and Ania Camargo Charles and Adelina Carney Wasim Chaudhuri and Zomana Majid Charles H. Cho and Kyung-hee Kim Samuel Chu and Mi Kyoung Lee Joe and Lucy Chung Tim and Christina Cohen Patrick Collins and Christine Ramsdell Barbara Greenberg Denton ’77 and David Denton Thomas DiPetrillo and Tanya Arpiarian Richard and Joanna Donnelly Charles and Margaret Donnelly Moran Doran and Karen Donovan Eric and Veronica Donovan


Neil Druker and Jodi MacKinnon Jim and Lori Duran Jonathan and Barbara Foot Roger and Gwen Forman Markus and Natasha Frank Scott Friend and Leslie Riedel Nolan and Lorie Glantz David Goldberg and Sydney Resendez Andy Goldfarb and Stephanie Levinger Harvey Rachael Goldfarb Phyllis Grant Paul Haigney and Tracey Roberts Jonathan Hakim and Linda Bilmes Arthur Hardigg and Therese J. Hardigg Kellen John and Janet Hauswirth Marcia Head Ignacio Inglessis and Ariadna Burgos Eric Jacquier and Kathleen Cullen Peter and Lisa Kaloostian Namho Kang and Jungha Gil Kevin Keegan and Deborah Donahue-Keegan Stephen and Debra Kemper Andrew and Emilie Kendall Bill Keravuori and Jennifer Epstein Ravi and Christine Khanna Albert and Kate Kim Michael Lyman and Jean Klingler Scott and Natalie Kuldell Michael and Jacqueline Lamphier Ken and Vicky Lang Han Joo Lee and Wonkyung Park Matthew and Renee Levin Haiying Liu and Wei Lucy Qiu Charles and Susan Longfield Mikhail Lukin and Susanne Yelin Joseph Madsen and Ilonna Rimm Robert and Lisa Markey Kenneth Martin and Helen Glotzer Peter and Cynthia Matthes Bill and Caroline McAllister Kate De Normandie McCarey ’81 and Kevin McCarey Stephen McJohn and Lorie Graham William and Jennifer McKinley John Meunier and James Flanagan

Rodrigo Navarro and Maria Flavia Crespo de Navarro Todd Newell and Raquel Balmelli Joseph and Carol Noenickx Dan and Annette Nowiszewski Frederick Park and Bonnie Wargo Andrew and Suzanne Plump Syed Rizvi and Deeba Husain Charles and Susan Ross Bernardo and Mary Sabatini Elizabeth Saltonstall John Scanlan and Agnes Bundy Scanlan Christopher and Meredith Shachoy Michael and Laurie Sheft Jaime Sierra and Luz Marin Todd and Elizabeth Sloane Robert Benjamin Steinberg Scott and Donna Swanson Stanley and Nathalie Tabor Bruce Tang and Hester Zhang Jimmy and Pamela Tang Sarina Tcherepnin ’86 and James Morris Gary and Melissa Tearney David Ting and Belle Liang Gene and Christine Vetrano Alexis and Nathalie Wallace William and Elizabeth Walsh Francis and Alice Wang Jeffrey and Dalila Wendlandt David and Sharon Whitney Maftouh Youssouf and Maria Aduse Ted and Lilly Yun Peter Zhu and Jenny Chang David Zuckerman and Jennifer Snyder GRADE 11

73% BB&N Fund Participation Anonymous (3) Brooke W. Ablon ’85 and Alex Ablon Layne and Kimberly Ainsworth Jaime and Yeseny Alvarez Philip and Yuriko Anton Ian Arnof and Sunshine Greene Bryan R. Austin Yochai Benkler and Deborah Schrag Kim Blair and Kimberly Allen-Blair Todd and Melissa Boudreau

Sierra Heath Bright Domenic A. Capossela John and Diana Chapman Caleb C. Clapp ’79 Larry and Dawn Cohen Don and Lois Condie Anthony and Janine Cozier Daniel and Heather Daglio Kevin Daly and Cathleen Campbell Scott Davis and Anne Marie Hill Lisa Dealy and Tony Sager Angela DeVecchi ’81 James P. DeVellis ’84 and Ann Kelly Timothy and Kara Driscoll Kien Minh Duong and Cynthia Duong Sam and Alexandra Epee-Bounya Omar and Karen Eton Len Evenchik and Suzanne Kirschner Ed and Peggy Fitzgerald John and Susan Flahive William and Virginia Foote Howard and Sheila Galligan Daniel and Anne Galvin Charles and Betsey Gifford Joseph and Dionisia Gilbert Dan and Diana Goldman Mehra Golshan and Parisa Lotfi Robert and Katie Griffin Rong Guan and Min Ping Liu Todd M. Harrison ’77 and Alicia Crothers-Harrison John and Mary Heveran Joseph and Laura Impemba Freddie and Nikki Jacobs Brenda Herschbach Jarrell ’85 and Kevin A. Jarrell David and Kay Kane Chris Kauth and Lynda Dugas Anne McEvoy Kilzer ’78 and William Gary Kilzer Michael and Jacqueline Lamphier Macy Lee Ofer and Sharon Levy Richard Licht and Roanne Sragow Licht Francis and Marjorie Lichtenberger Jack Lifford ’84 and Karen Lifford Elizabeth Lowrey and David Manfredi

Stephen and Nettie Madden Peter and Jen Manganella Greg and Deborah Mankiw Peter Massa and Andrea Martinez Chris and Marlyn Meredith Karol Monsalve Peter and Kim Munch Jeffrey Nadherny and Eileen McNeely Rodrigo Navarro and Maria Flavia Crespo de Navarro Said and Ashley Nazemi Gregory and Paula Nelson Ofer and Shelly Nemirovsky J.K. Nicholas ’85 and Virginia Shannon Jeremy and Liliana Nissenbaum Timothy and Corinne Noyes Colleen O’Connor Joe O’Neil ’82 and Heather O’Neil Kenneth and Victoria O’Regan Pier Paolo and Letizia Pandolfi Randy Peeler and Kate Kellogg William Peng and Hong Geng Thomas and Lori Ann Piacenza Peter Piccirillo and Stella Pang Julia Priest Leonid and Olga Rasin David L. Rasnick and Alison Berman Cecile Roucher-Greenberg Patrick and Lisa Shin Thomas J. Siegel Lawrence and Joan Siff Paul Smyke Charles and Dayle Solomont Christopher and Elizabeth Steel Robert Benjamin Steinberg Michael and Irene Theodore Michael and Agnes Voligny Herbert and Charlotte Wagner Andrew and Karen Wang Torsten and Beebe Wiegand Nick and Tricia Winton Kwok-Kin Wong and Naomi Simon Winston Yao and Jing Zhang Bracebridge Hemyng Young, Jr. and Landis Becker Young Maftouh Youssouf and Maria Aduse

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GRADE 12/SENIOR PARENTS’ GIFT

Under the leadership of Senior Parents’ Gift Co-Chairs Ken and Vicky Lang, and David and Jocelyn Sand, and a dedicated committee of parent volunteers, the Class of 2016 Senior Parents’ Gift raised a remarkable and record-breaking total of $1,135,112 to support BB&N’s capital and annual giving priorities. The 2016 Senior Parents’ Gift included $692,854 to establish the Class of 2016 Supplemental Financial Aid Fund which will be used to support the supplemental (non-tuition) portion of the BB&N financial aid budget. In addition, $267,500 was contributed by senior parents for other capital/ endowment initiatives, and $174,758 for The BB&N Fund and other areas of the operating budget. We are particularly delighted that nearly 98% of Senior Parents participated in this special fundraising program as an opportunity to show their appreciation to BB&N for their children’s exceptional BB&N experience. Anonymous (5) John and Lauren Addonizio Abdul and Selina Ahad David and Susan Alexander James S. Allan and Susan E. Sunbury Jamie Ames and Stephanie Sawyer-Ames Maure Aronson and Cheri Opperman Ken and Heliana Attie Moira Barrett and Johanna Schulman Jeffrey and Sarah Beir Elijah and Alisa Berg Matthew Berlin and Simone Liebman Michael and Lisa Bibbey Majid and Susan Bonakdarpour Marina Hatsopoulos Bornhorst ’83 and Walter Bornhorst Page and Jennifer Bouchard Kristen Bowden

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Don and Katie Bramley Alexander Brodksy and Natalie Gesin Mark and Liz Burnett John Burstein and Molly Silver Paul and Stacey Butler Carlos and Ania Camargo Brad and Maryellen Cartwright Anthony W. Cerra, Jr. and Julie C. Haynes Yama and Chhuni Cheshatsang Steven Clancy and Lisa Campoli Caleb C. Clapp ’79 Richard and Gabrielle Coffman James Connell and Mary Corcoran Connell David and Jennifer Costello Jack and Cheryl Cronin Gary and Sharon Curhan Jonathan Delgado and Catherine Bird Alvaro Deras and Lili Morales-Deras Joseph DeSantis and Amy Lipton Michael and Donna DeSimone Nathan and Patricia Dowden Neil Druker and Jodi MacKinnon John W. Fanning and Coreen S. Kraysler Lee and Philippa Ferridge Beatrice Firempong Jonathan and Barbara Foot Markus and Natasha Frank Cliff Gayley and Maria Garcia-Moliner Yahya and Parinaz Gharagozlou Lynda Gillis David Goldberg and Sydney Resendez Neil and Deborah Goldfine John and Janice Gould Ned Gray and Dina Catani Amy Grossman Frank Feng Gu and Hua Hai Drew and Shannon Hayden Michael and Diane Hegarty Ken and Caroline Himmelman Robert and Ekuko Hogan Michael Horwitz and Kasey Kaufman James Jolley and Julie Jalelian Brian and Susan Kavoogian Karen E. Kiepert Tae Wan Kim and Young Hye Lee

Tim and Judi King Tony and Rebekah LaCava Ken and Vicky Lang Karl Leabo and Gale Pryor Benjamin Leder ’85 and Mary Leder Peter and Julia Lee Sung Jin Lee and SooJeong Lim Joseph Lehár ’81 and Nora Ghillány ’80 Michael and Monica Lehner Damon Levin, Sr. and Joann Woodroffe-Levin Mark and Becky Levin Steven Levin ’83 and Deborah Alpert Levin ’82 Joshua Levy and Rachel Rock Wu-Tjong L. Liong and Li-Huei Tsai Haiying Liu and Wei Lucy Qiu Mary Loeken Alba López and Sandra Wheeler Elizabeth Lowrey and David Manfredi Barry N. Lyons Yue Jin Ma and Wenhua Jiang Reza Mahdavi and Marie-Pierre Dillenseger Jamie Mallinger and Elizabeth Gatti Marty and Tristin Mannion Robert K. Massie and Anne Tate William and Cynthia Mayer Edward and Marcy McGourty Peter McGrath and Michele Hardeman Kevin and Lynn McLaughlin Pat and Tammy McLeod Roger and Anne Marie Michel Ofer and Shelly Nemirovsky Jeremy and Liliana Nissenbaum Dan and Annette Nowiszewski Jill O’Connell and Benjamin Piggott John and Loraine O’Hanlon Joe O’Neil ’82 and Heather O’Neil Kenneth and Victoria O’Regan Hugh O’Reilly and Andrea Lordan Belkacem and Zina Ouldsaada Gregory Papazian and Kim Whittaker Richard and Robin Parker Brendan Peck Dave and Patricia Phillip Bianca Pierre

Thomas Randall and Katrina Armstrong Edith Rendon Ted Ruehl and Claudia Svoboda Bernardo and Mary Sabatini Cesar and Freis Salazar David and Jocelyn Sand Mark Schindler and Angela Shen-Hsieh Philip and Debra Sloan Richard Solit Eugene Sorets and Merit Cudkowicz Stein Family Jacqueline A. Stephen ’86 and Michael Brunelli David Stiff and Pritha Mitra-Stiff David Strodel ’78 and Joan Strodel Steven and Patti Taibl Daniel and Karen Taliaferro Sarina Tcherepnin ’86 and James Morris Ken and Jill Trehub Todd M. Truesdale Peter Tsao and Tzy-Jyun Yao Micah and Yael Waldman Margaret Wasilewski and Maureen Fitzpatrick John Winkelman and Janet Wozniak Theophan Whitfield and Manna Ohmoto-Whitfield Gerald and Delia Wolf


ALUMNI/AE BB&N alumni/ae continued to provide crucial support to

1 9 4 6 - B R OWN E & N IC H OL S

1 9 5 1 - B R OWNE & NICHOLS

William P. Dole Whitton E. Norris, Jr. *

Charles Gross Edward H. L. Mason Michael Moskow Mr. Peter W. Packard * Allan H. Seigal *

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The BB&N Fund and capital giving programs during 2015-

Edith Anderson March * Betty Spelman *

2016. More than 800 alumni/ae contributed $808,654 to the 2015-2016 BB&N Fund. The Class of 1976 successfully met a $10,000 challenge from a classmate in honor of

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their 40th Reunion and raised a total of $23,285. While no

Igor R. Blake * Kirk Bryan, Jr. Norman E. Hansen *

Reunion attendance records were set, it is noteworthy that the Class of 2011 was only three classmates shy of surpassing the Class of 2010’s 5th Reunion attendance

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Ann Simmons Butler * Mary Coit Drury * Ruth Hadley Dunbar Nancy Ames English Laura Richardson Payson * Judith Maraniss Weber * Mary Louise Slichter Whaling *

record of nearly 40% of the class on campus for Reunion.

Listed below, by class and school, are all alumni/ae

who gave to either The BB&N Fund or to a capital/ endowment initiative during fiscal year 2016 (July 1, 2015– June 30, 2016). Those individuals with a (*) have given for at least five consecutive years. We are grateful for the consistency and loyalty of these alumni/ae in their

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support of their alma mater.

George S. Ames * Robert Brent Duncan Smith * Frederick A. Stevens, Jr. * Roger M. Thomas *

1938 - B U C K IN G HAM

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Suzanne Reed Newton * Lydia Phippen Ogilby * Mabel C. Richardson

Robert F. Whitman *

1940 - B R OW N E & NI CHO L S

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Carolyn Taylor Farrow * Emily Evarts Gordon *

Dan H. Fenn, Jr. * Benjamin T. Wright *

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1941 - B R OW N E & NI CHO L S

Melvin H. Chalfen Louis A. Cutter *

Peter J. Lehner Charles P. Slichter *

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1941 - B U C K IN G HAM

Constance Fraser *

Jean Dupee Lloyd-Rees Mary Pennington Weatherall *

1 9 4 3 - BUCKI N GH A M

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Ralph S. Brown * Clayton W. Dodge Frederick J. England, Jr. * Theodore B. Gazarian George M.Yazejian

George Hansen, Jr. * Calvert Magruder, Jr. * Lawrence N. Miller * Paul Watkins * (dec.)

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Edward C. Bursk, Jr. * Jonathan Moore * D. Bradford Wetherell, Jr. Pete White * David S. Wise *

1942 - B R OW N E & NI CHO L S

Bartlett M. Hauthaway (dec.) * Richard S. Hill James Hugh Powers Richard A. Smith

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Sally O’Brien Hennessey * Persis Gleason Laverack Elizabeth R. Taylor *

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Virginia Angevine Fuller * Sheila Malone King * Elizabeth Fleischner Rosenman

1942 - B U C K IN G HAM

Enid Clarke Winchell *

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Martha Walton Evens * Margaret R. Goostray * Ann Imlah Schneider * Frances Smith Wetherell 1 9 5 2 - B R OWNE & NICHOLS

Laurence D. Berman * Robert A. Dole, Jr. * Paul G. Kirby * J. Gordon Lunn * Robert M. O’Neil * 1 9 5 2 - B U C KINGHAM

Marjorie Morando Cairns * Louise Slater Huntington * Julane Hotchkiss Knobil * Ann Pottinger Saab * 1 9 5 3 - B R OWNE & NICHOLS

Charles D. Bonanno Fred Cohen Thomas A. Fitzgerald, Jr. * Seth Gibson * John Grinold * Alfred W. Hoadley 1 9 5 3 - B U C KINGHAM

Sarah Greene Bull * Janet Clarke-Irwin Lee Ginsburg Herbst 1 9 5 4 - B R OWNE & NICHOLS

Frank F. Chin * Richard H. Goldman Henry H. Hammond George F. Olesen, Jr. * Arnold H. Singal * 1 9 5 4 - B U C KINGHAM

Nancy Hoadley Fryberger * Cornelia Dunning Hollister Elizabeth MacMahon Jochnick * Karen Thimann Romer *

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1955 - B R OW N E & NI CHO L S

1 9 5 9 - BRO W N E & N IC H OL S

Edwin R. Sage II *

Roger D. Brown William G. Collins, Jr. Tom Hennessey, Jr. * Markku Juhani Pohjola Robert B. Stephenson * Paul A.Vernaglia *

1956 - B R OW N E & NI CHO L S 60TH R E U N ION

Anonymous (1) Edward A. Duane Nathaniel M. Gorton * William W. Graves * Melville T. Hodder * W. Evan Nelson Gardner M. Stultz * Henry N. Winslow * 1956 - B U C K IN G HAM 60TH R E U N ION

Sally D. Hurlbut 1957 - B R OW N E & NI CHO L S

Kevin G. Barbera * Richard A. Cabot * Russell B. Clark * Mark B. DeVoto * James J. Fitzgerald III * Richard H. Goldman George A. Nelson John B. Wheeler * Douglas C. Whitney, Jr. 1957 - B U C K IN G HAM

Ellen Tague Dwinell * Diana Volkmann Pratt * Susan Stearns Scott * Charlotte Pratt Sudduth * Sarah Kibbee Weinberg *

1 9 5 9 - BUCKI N GH A M

Toby Lerner Ansin Susan Everett Blabey * 1 9 6 0 - BRO W N E & N IC H OL S

Richard M. Chalfen * Leonard F. Conway, Jr. * Robert Allyn Goldman Bud Gruenberg, Jr. * Frederic G. Houle * Arthur E. Schoepfer * 1 9 6 0 - BUCKI N GH A M

Anonymous (1) Eleanor Weiss Angoff * Nan Kindall Holmes * Nancy Morse Torti

5 5 T H RE UNI O N

Keilah D. Coon * Ferdinand V. Coroniti * James Donovan * Geoffrey D. Edmands Jack Hardy * Charles H. Shurcliff Samuel R. Tyler III David White

1958 - B U C K IN G HAM

Margery Brown Blacklow * Sara Hunter Hudson Cynthia Hersum Radue Lydia B. Thayer

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(dec.) - deceased

1 9 6 1 - BUCKI N GH A M 5 5 T H RE UNI O N

Sue Hyman Besharov * Margaret Sandoz Hardy * Stephanie Shires Hooper * Susan Rich Rona Deborah Willard Sawyer * 1 9 6 2 - BRO W N E & N IC H OL S

Andrew T. Adams * Kenneth J. Berk * Robert L. Clark * Rupert A. Emerson * - donor for five or more consecutive years

1 9 6 5 - B U C KINGHAM

Martha Siegfried Fritz * Laura Stratton Thoresby * 1 9 6 6 - B R OWNE & NICHOLS

1 9 6 2 - B U C K IN GH A M

Louise Bingham Bennett Caroline Mechem Fenollosa * Ellen L. Frost * Rosalind Gorin * Katharine G. Gregg Katharine Winslow Herzog * Pamela Hardee Jackson * Virginia Simonds White * 1 9 6 3 - B R OWN E & N IC H OL S

Peter R. Bono * Bruce H. Brehm * Peter W. Fink * Lars A. Hanslin * David L. Kasdon (dec.) * Thomas D. Lincoln * Cody Meissner Ted Wengren 1 9 6 3 - B U C K IN GH A M

1 9 6 1 - BRO W N E & N IC H OL S

1958 - B R OW N E & NI CHO L S

Richard M. Boonisar * Peter S. Gove Thomas E. Stolper * John H.Van de Graaff * Charles F. Woodard, Jr. *

David R. McCann * James McLendon * Christopher M. Meyer * Daniel Singal *

Janet Griffin Abbott Julie Fallwell Kinkade Megan Lehmer * Victoria Guy Smith Schilling Elspeth Eustis Taylor * 1 9 6 4 - B R OWN E & N IC H OL S

Kenneth R. Andrews * Charles N. Dermenjian, Jr. * Frederick Good Douglas M. Haigh * Peter A. Hoffman Joseph E. McKeigue * William J. E. Morton * Joseph A. Sammartino, Jr. *

5 0 T H R EU N I ON

Theo Armour * Michael J. Bucuvalas * Micéal G. Chamberlain David D.F. Kennard Thomas W. Kensler * Robert M. Krim Donald E. Matson Peter D. McManmon * Anthony Morse III * Bob Nye * Lawrence M. Schell * Allen J. Schiller Bruce A. Singal Benjamin L. Weiner 1 9 6 6 - B U C KINGHAM 5 0 T H R EU N I ON

Sigrid Obenland Gail Wallins Plotkin * Vida Epstein Poole 1 9 6 7 - B R OWNE & NICHOLS

Edward M. Alt Stephen Besse * Seth A. Goldfine George P. Kacoyanis * Stephen B. Nilsen * David S. Rendall David B. Roberts * Arthur S. Spangler, Jr. 1 9 6 7 - B U C KINGHAM

Diana K. Chace Martha Campbell Gellens * 1 9 6 8 - B R OWNE & NICHOLS

1 9 6 4 - B U C K IN GH A M

Helen Chen * Emily Pond Clarke * Priscilla Cogan * Caroline Howard Margaret R. Loss

David M. Banash * Don Berk * David R. Epstein * Peter A. Rossetti, Jr. * Dolph J.Vanderpol * 1 9 6 8 - B U C KINGHAM

1 9 6 5 - B R OWN E & N IC H OL S

Hunt Dowse *

Erica Reitmayer * Jane Willard White *


1969 - B R OW N E & NI CHO L S

1 9 7 3 - BRO W N E & N IC H OL S

George S. Bain * Charles L. Nazarian John M. Schiller Roger Sohn * Theodore L. Westlake Richard M. Wyman, Jr.

Charles M. Blitzer John Crocker III * Jonathan Diehl (dec.) * Bradford Hardie II * R. Gustav Niebuhr Mark E. Satterfield

1969 - B U C K IN G HAM

1 9 7 3 - BUCKI N GH A M

Ann Nemiah Conway * Katherine Jacobs Eyre * Ana A. Ionnitiu

Leslie Eloise Gredler * Christine Hill Smith *

Bob Strodel * Marilee Moy Thompson 1977 - BB&N

Sally D. Berman Barbara Greenberg Denton * David Fialkow * Todd M. Harrison * David Orfao Thomas R. Pollock

1979 - BB&N 1978 - BB&N

1 9 7 4 - BB&N 1970 - B R OW N E & NI CHO L S

David C. Bono * Alan M. Leventhal * David T.W. Minot 1970 - B U C K IN G HAM

Cynthia Chace * Joy Pheeney Messineo Linda Burnett Perry * Margaret Bates Sharis * 1971 - B R OW N E & NI CHO L S

James E. Baker Hans-Peter Biemann * Andrew H. Bush * Anne Casner Alexandra Chinoporos Colette de Marneffe * Sarah P. Hoffman

Chester S. Beattie, Jr. Mark R. Bernfeld William D. Gardner * John P. Grayken, Jr. Michael W. Kahn Marsden H. McGuire * William M. Petkun * Jane Gair Prairie Janet Storella * Laura Hodges Taylor * Susan Broadhurst Taylor * Juliet Teixeira *

45TH R E U N ION

John N. Fisher, Jr. * Arthur L. Lewis II * 1971 - B U C K IN G HAM 45TH R E U N ION

Catherine Reurs * 1972 - B R OW N E & NI CHO L S

Lee T. Archung * Geoffrey R. Booty * Wendell B. Colson Steven Damalas * David C. DiBenedetto * Michael R. Glendon * Peter F. Howe Mark Krentzman * David Joseph Murphy * James G.Vouros, Jr. * Richard C. Walton 1972 - B U C K IN G HAM

Erica Lenk Emmet * Barbie Butler Foster

Omar H. Khudari * Anne McEvoy Kilzer * Joseph S. O’Loughlin * Jennifer J. Payette * Virginia Pye * David Strodel * Karl H. Trieschman * Mark H.Vanger * David Williams *

Dina Wolfman Baker * Caleb C. Clapp Tenney Mead Cover * Justin Haber * Keith G. Moskow * Jon Pressman * William A. Rome * Richard Truesdell, Jr. *

“I FE E L S O B LE S S E D A N D LU C KY TO HAVE

1 9 7 5 - BB&N

Richard L. Brewer Gemma M. Burns Michael J. Connolly * Carolyn L. Greenberg * Brett M. Harrison * Christopher P. Mosca * Peter Slavin * Katharine Malcolm Stohlman *

MA D E IT TO OU R 50TH R E U N ION THI S PAST MAY. A LTH OU GH W E H A D A LL AG ED A BI T IT FE LT LIK E LIFE S TOOD S TILL, BUT I N A B E TTE R WAY. TH AT GR E ATN E S S O F EACH IN D IV ID U A L TH AT I R E ME MB E R SO FO NDLY

1 9 7 6 - BB&N

D U R IN G TH OS E E A R LY Y E A R S PRO VED TO

4 0 T H RE UNI O N

Norman W. Alpert * Tamra Greene Blake William J. Brathwaite, Jr. Morgan Baker Brelis * Eleanor S. Campbell-Swank * Sandra Evelyn Cole Peter J. Fiore Ina Brown Frye Lincoln B. Gamble William S. Lawrence Jane E. Minasian * Bean Baddour Nardi Rebecca Verrill Smith *

S E RV E U S W E LL. H OW W ON D E RFUL I T WAS TO C OME TOGE TH E R A N D S E E HO W THE FR U ITS OF TH OS E E A R LY Y E A RS M ATURED IN TO JOY FU L, H A P P Y LIV E S .”

—M  icéal Chamberlain ’66

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Suzi Balise Holmes ’81, Peter Glick ’81, John Toupin ’81, and Eric Beinhocker ’81 celebrate their 35th Reunion at Strawberry Night.

1 9 8 1 - BB&N 1980 - B B & N

3 5 T H RE UNI O N

Elizabeth Hodder Corbus Matthew T. Fremont-Smith * Nora Ghillány Keith Gilbert Daniel T. Griscom Eric D. Grunebaum Abigail P. Johnson * Jay Knowles M. Sherif Lotfi * Paul E. Lustiber John Simon * Becky Smith Amy F. Steffian *

Anonymous (1) Deborah Grassi Baker * Adam Balogh Eric D. Beinhocker Craig L. Boyan Michael E. Burns Laura Heer Carle Rachel Smollen Carter David R. Corey Charles L. Coulson, Jr. Carolyn Gomatos Del Gizzi Jamin S. Dershowitz Angela DeVecchi John Fulginiti * Robert M. Gailey *

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* - donor for five or more consecutive years

Lisa Gianelly * Peter H. Glick Susan M. Kahn Karen Kalina * Joseph Lehár Kate De Normandie McCarey * Jessica Meltsner Kate Champion Murphy * Tiron Pechet * William R. Rodriguez Carrie Smotrich Lisa Ann Sorbera John Toupin * Andrew F. Upton * Lydia E.Vagts *

1985 - BB&N

1982 - BB&N

1986 - BB&N

Jeffrey M. Glauber Paul Lee * Deborah Alpert Levin * William L. Marshall IV * Joe O’Neil Alice Reich *

3 0 T H R EU N I ON

1983 - BB&N

Dickran S. Babigian Marina Hatsopoulos Bornhorst * Jane H. Fink Daniel P. Karnovsky * Mark Leeds Steven Levin * Taine Pechet Suzie Reider * Eric S. Slifka David A. Talanian 1984 - BB&N

Anonymous (1) Paul Deutch James P. DeVellis Brendan G. Diffley Benjamin A. Holtz David Kris * Peter K. Levitt * Jack Lifford * Michelle Allard McMahon * Maura Griffith Moffatt Robert J. Reiskin * Kenneth C. Smurzynski * John P. Stonestreet * David Sze *

Brooke W. Ablon * Elizabeth Cahn * Mino Capossela Julie May Daniels Brenda Herschbach Jarrell * Daniel A. Kaufman * Jennifer Wieland Knowles * Benjamin Leder * Edward J. Murphy, Jr. J.K. Nicholas * Paddy Spence David J. Thompson * Beth B. Whitlock Clarence G. Williams, Jr. *

Tamara Ashford * Rachel Bers Robert Brenner Annie Brewster * Mark Cobb * Adam R. Cohen * Jonathan Coon Amanda Kazanjian Culhane * Nina Biggar Del Vecchio Rick Foresteire * Julie Kay Leigh Kaufman Leveen Jennifer Lebowitz London Jenny Nauss * Jenifer Curhan Panner * Anne Howard Short Suzanne Siner * Noah Milton Steinberg Jacqueline A. Stephen Kim Druker Stockwell * Sarina Tcherepnin Christina Vaule * Christine Hogan Ward Katharine MacMahon Weekes 1987 - BB&N

Anonymous (1) David J. Braemer * Mark Costa * Julia Holleran del Sobral * Catherine Bronnert DeSchepper * Joel Goldberg * Samantha Malm * Robert G. Mather * Daniel Medwed Shirin N. Philipp


Lisa Levy Shaub Catherine Giles Stecher * Christopher N. Travers * Allison C. Warren 1988 - B B & N

J. Stuart Ablon * Peter J. Ciccarelli Alexander C. Dyer * Karin E. Elliott * Noah R. Feldman Eric M. Hoagland Tracey Gangi Johnson * Mark La Camera * Jocelyn McCree Peter M. Nicholas, Jr. * Frank T. Schettino, Jr. Hope Sidman * Jonathan M. Siner * Apple Stephen * Caitlin Glasser Travers * 1989 - B B & N

Elizabeth A. Abbott Joshua Bers Jennifer Gelfand Church * Jared Curhan * Wendy Falchuk * Jamie Hale * Rachel Kroner Hanselman * Christopher Harris Daniel Hayden Jennifer Light Erin Stokes Majernik * Betsy Osborn Tavan Pechet * Keith Perry * Selina Wood Rossiter * Shelley McEachern Simmons 1990 - B B & N

Michelle Cherande * Holly Coombs * Deborah Gordon * Paul D. Johnson Elin Norberg Lamb * Kate Novack Katherine Nicholas Ronan * Matthew K. Sidman * Maria Whitehorn Votsch * Christopher G. Weinert * Oliver Weir Katherine Fesus Zanto

1 9 9 1 - BB&N

Emilie Schnitman Liebhoff Brett D. Lovins * Maryssa Schneider McLean Elizabeth Zug Moore * Danielle Weller Ranson Ethan C. Rossiter * Jesse A. Sarzana * Samuel E. Sherry * Rosemary Suh Matthew A. Weissman * Janet Costello Worthington *

2 5 T H RE UNI O N

Ashesh P. Bakshi Susan Herzlinger Botein Aberre C. Broome Katherine Norberg Brunner Terrence A. Butt * Amanda Connolly Dawson Caroline Schaefer Del Col * Mark Fariborz Carol Murphy Huban Tuyet Atkinson Hurst Matthew P. Kelliher * Robert B. Knight * Sarah E. Light * David H. Lobron David Mastroianni Molly Meltsner Matthew A. Petersen Joanna Sampson Kara Sandler Michael Stacchi * Frederica C. Turner * Dascha Weir Kim Ablon Whitney * Abby S. Witkin

1994 - BB&N

Anonymous (1) Kenton Beerman * Kristen Paratore Bock Talinn M. Demirjian Mark Granovsky Jason Kolman Brian M. Leahy, Jr. Lisa Bard Levine * Josh Mendelsohn Samir Randolph * Scott J. Robillard Sharon Kams Shaff Erika Tower * Terence Whelan Mary-Margaret O’Donnell Zablocki *

1 9 9 2 - BB&N

Anonymous (1) Jennifer Winn Aronson * Marya Hill-Popper Besharov * Robert Eric Ditzion Ian B. Glick * Caroline Good Emily Frug Klineman * Lindsey Mead Russell * Laura Meeks Saltonstall * Michael Schnitman * Rebecca Lewin Scott * Sarah Spitz * Alison Tsoi * Matthew S. Zises *

1995 - BB&N

Beth Myers Azano * Katherine Stirrat Carleton * Sam Ditzion F. Tyler Hardy * Toby Nanda Alison Powers * Alison McConologue Thompson * Katherine Tomford * Courtney Stokes Willett * 1996 - BB&N 2 0 T H R EU N ION

1 9 9 3 - BB&N

Anonymous (1) Amelia Ames Sahar Aminipour * Jessica Ko Beck Ann A. Chaglassian Katherine Ellias Matthew K. Englander * Benjamin Godsill Adam Howarth Emily Kumler Kaplan

Jessica Epstein Baron * Mohit Bhatia * Aaron B. Brown * Julia Petropoulos Coupland Sumi Paek DeBenedittis * Alexis Boyle Egan * Carrie Ardito Fanlo * David Jellinek * Kari Jorgenson *

2015-2016 TOP CLASSES IN ALUMNI/AE PARTICIPATION

Buckingham 1951

100%

1948

60%

1966

50%

1956

50%

1940

40%

1972

40%

Browne & Nichols 1951

67%

1948

50%

1966

50%

1956

42%

1940

40%

1972

40%

BB&N 1981

32%

2001

30%

1991

24%

1986

22%

1976

18%

1993

18%

1997

18%

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Emily Leventhal * Allison M. Lewin David M. Lieberman Jesse Needleman * Kerri Tyman Obstein * Sarah Eliza Petrow Cara Shortsleeve Erika Weisbrod Nicola Wodlinger 1997 - B B & N

Anonymous (1) Tegan Leonard Avellino Jennifer Berylson Block * Kathryn Dingman Boger * Gabriel S. Eichler Aron Epstein Bryan D. Falchuk * Felicity Fishman Karen R. Freedman Megan Rutter Haddadi * Eric Leslie * Frederick Sanjeeve Martyn * Phillip A. McCarthy Nathaniel Meyer Caroline Hardy Pierce * Kathleen Gilmore Pillsbury * Katiuscia S. Potier Julia S. Powell * Evan Roberts Jennifer Murray Talmadge * 1998 - B B & N

Jake Anderson-Bialis * Philip Davidson * Jaime Bard Goldstein Ben Grossman * Emily Hennigar Hill-Wisniewski Greg James Kathryn Young McCullough Jason Oppenheim Bill Park Charlotte Porter Alisa Ray * Elizabeth Horst Redman * Alexander E. Ropper * Jed J. Rosenbaum * Nathaniel Schwartz Robert E. Weyman Fan Wu *

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1 9 9 9 - BB&N

Anonymous (1) Jessica Server Alam * Kathrene Tiffany Bell * William Droste Pauline Kim Han * Joseph P. Kennedy III Matthew R. Kennedy Alix Leader-Cramer * Alexander D. Moore * Oliver Uhl Nordlinger * Descatur Potier * Ms. Katayoun Shahrokhi Hans Sherman Jonathan Tracy

Christina Redmond Myers Steve Myrick * Julianna Nagy Timothy J. Parks * Philip G. Petri Nick Philippi Morgan Pierson * Kristin J. Schaefer Ariane Schwartz Chloe Randall Schweinshaut * Lauren E. Sherman David F. Sontheimer * Rebecca Simonds Tidmarsh Eric D. Wolkoff Natalie Zervas *

2 0 0 0 - BB&N

2002 - BB&N

James T. Berylson * Kristin Tyman Brawn * Alexis Van Pelt Casby James M. CasbyLesley Chin * Jordan L. Gill * Jason P. Hafler * Katherine Thorpe Kerr * Rick Massey * Michael P. McGuire Robert McManmon * Justus Meyer * Matthew S. Slovik 2 0 0 1 - BB&N 1 5 T H RE UNI O N

Anonymous (1) Jennifer Abramson * Katherine M. Alexander * Corinne L. Case * Adam F. Cohen Caroline B. Cole Ed Fish * Andrew Franklin Jeffrey A. Friedman Joshua D. Goldman * Julia M. Hawes Kathryn Kargman Holden * Richmond Holden III * Andrew H. Jewett * Jubin Kwon Sarah Montgomery Lewis Tanya Littlefield Alessandra Croffy Lovett *

* - donor for five or more consecutive years

Mollie Wertlieb Barnathan * Caroline Buddenhagen Taylor Gill Jameson Henn Diana Leader-Cramer * Moonyoung Lee Taylor Stevens McIntire Emily Glaser Ross * Zach Schwanbeck Laurel E.Valchuis * Ada Gropper Waks * 2003 - BB&N

Kimberly Baker Andrew Benson * Sam Brownell * Dan Carroll * Meredith L. Coburn * Janelle Dempsey * Bailey Fidler Lila Bouscaren Garcia * Zach Gut Liza Levy * Katherine Mackey * Skip McManmon Jay Myers * Ania Warczyk Payne * Altair L. Peterson Becca Schildkret Adam Zalisk * 2004 - BB&N

Kara Borodkin * Kathleen Donelan * Joseph Epstein

Benjamin Kuritzkes * Tony Lo * Samantha Miller Michael Palmer Paul Selker * 2005 - BB&N

Ed Colburn * James P. Collins IV Dana Flanders * Younyoung Lee Jacqueline Modica * Miriam J. Wertlieb Lindsay W. White * 2006 - BB&N 1 0 T H R EU N I ON

David Casey Emma Cobert Matthias Donelan, Jr. * Sam Duboff Clayton Flanders Rebecca Jackson * Erik R. Johnson Alexandra Lovett-Woodsum * Sachin Mallya Dan Oshima * Ingrid Parl Mary Potter * Marc Pulde Michael Skocpol * Ben Strauss * 2007 - BB&N

Samuel Axelrod * Samuel Bean Randall Carter * Zachary Croy Rebecca Fournier Nastaran Hakimi * Benjamin Housman Peter Huston Nicole Panico Krensky * Alexander Glaser Ross * Rebecca Glaser Ross Abigail Smitka * Catherine Wood * 2008 - BB&N

Leslie Ahlstrand * Luke Boelitz * Meredith Bosco * Chase Lovett-Woodsum *


Sonal Mallya Paul Mannix * Michelle Mathai Chelsea McLeod Leeds Pierce Scott Schlager *

Samuel Kimball Rob Krentzman Stephanie Ruth Lee Robert Mathai Stephan Douglas Panico * Danielle C. Reny Peter A. Savarese

2009 - B B & N

Nicholas Amphlett Eliza Appleton Daniel F. Berenson * Michael DiChiara Miles Grimshaw * Linda Li John Lieberman Isaac Maze-Rothstein Philippe Panico * Samuel Pokross * Colin Quirk Nora Tufano *

2 0 1 2 - BB&N

2010 - B B & N

2 0 1 4 - BB&N

Tanzila Ahad * Noah Aldrich Celia K. Alvarez Christopher Aulet Graeme Blackman Emily Bliss Andrea Bresnahan Bethany Crombie * Gregory Faxon * Kaeghan Kelly Kleida Martiro Zach McLeod Kathryn Medeiros Stephen Melia Adam Morollo Kathleen Oshima * Lyndia Personnat * Zach Sanders Brianna Smith * Julianna Spievack

Anonymous (1) Adam Carlson Elliot O. Eton Sandy Li August Lin Katherine E. Loughlin Michelle E. Nelson Anya Pforzheimer Bunnard Phan Christian M. Sady

2011 - B B & N 5TH R E U N ION

Anonymous (1) Alice F. Berenson Katherine Emily Berk Nicholas J. DiChiara * Corinne Lehner Milbury Elizabeth Yuan Zhang 2 0 1 3 - BB&N

Wenli Bao Elaine Dai Christopher R. Loughlin

The photo booth was a favorite spot to create lasting memories at Strawberry Night.

“I T IS H A R D TO B E LIE V E TH AT 1 5 YEARS H AV E PA S S E D S IN C E W E A LL GRADUATED!

2 0 1 5 - BB&N

Jonathan K. Brudnick Deven M. Catalano Victoria T. Clark William P. Harris, Jr. Nicholas G. Jacobs Amanda L. Lifford Allyson V. Noenickx Darrith B. Phan Sophie A. Sadovnikoff Alexander G. Sorets Adon Wade-Currie

MA N Y B B & N C LA S S MATE S H AVE BECO M E LIFE LON G FR IE N D S , A N D IT IS ALWAYS W ON D E R FU L TO C ON N E C T W ITH THO SE FR OM N E A R A N D FA R , TO LE A RN WHAT P E OP LE H AV E B E E N D OIN G OVER THE PA S T S E V E R A L Y E A R S , A N D TO SHARE

Melissa Alvarez Haley Barrows John Joseph Bosco * Matthew Castaldo * James G. DiBlasi Elizabeth Amy Garai Hallie Hesslein Wilson Ho

MA N Y LA U GH S .”

— Sarah Montgomery Lewis ’01

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2016 - SENIOR CLASS GIFT The Senior Class Gift is coordinated by the Senior Class Ambassador Committee and provides an opportunity for BB&N Seniors to work together to achieve a common goal in support of their school community. The Ambassadors reach out to classmates throughout the year to help educate the Class about what it means to be a BB&N alumnus/a and about the importance of The BB&N Fund. This year’s Senior Class achieved 98% participation in the Senior Class Gift and all funds were directed to The BB&N Fund to support Financial Aid.

Mark J. Addonizio Tajwar Ahad Adria E. Alexander James S. Allan Sawyer I. Ames Jesse D. Aronson Nathan O. Attie Annie H. Barrett Rachel A. Beir Eli Berlin Nicholas B. Bernier Michael W. Bibbey, Jr.

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Lydia Bonakdarpour Tatiana M. Bouchard Jackson C. Bramley David L. Brodsky Julia R. Burnett Ezra S. Burstein Christopher D. Butler Chabelis Byamana Sasa Camargo Cortes Kristina K. Cartwright Rebecca H. Cerra Dahlha G. Cheshatsang Calvin Clancy

Lida E. Clapp Isabel M. Coffman Erica M. Connell Caroline G. Costello Aaron I. Cronin Talia E. Curhan Athena A. Delgado Anthony A. Deras Gabriel J. DeSantis Joseph R. DeSimone Maxwell G. Dowden Sam Druker Jennifer K. Fanning George L. Ferridge Elizabeth V. Foot Sasha Frank Pavel O. Frantsen Lucia M. Gayley Homa Gharagozlou Philippa L. Ghillány-Lehár Brian M. Gillis Graham N. Goldberg Michael R. Goldfine Allie Gould Christopher A. Gray Amy H. Gu Andrew J. Hayden Kylee B. Hegarty Lily C. Himmelman Tak Hogan Zachary D. Horwitz Julia A. Jacobs Liam S. Jolley Sarah A. Kavoogian Brian L. Kelly Jonathan Kim Erica R. King Michael A. LaCava Marin E. Lang Nathaniel A. Leabo Jacob W. Leder Alexander J. Lee Sihak Lee Madeleine M. Lehner Damon M. Levin Joshua S. Levin Samantha R. Levin Isaac W. Levy Jessica Liong William J. Liu Sara M. López-Wheeler Maxwell L. Lyons Justin J. Ma

Victor N. Mahdavi Benjamin G. Mallinger William C. Mann Lily Mannion Katherine S. Massie Katherine C. Mayer Molly E. McGourty Lachlan W.H. McGrath Stephanie K. McLaughlin Soren A. McLeod Violet N. Michel Alexander T. Morris Genevieve M. Nemirovsky Sarah Nissenbaum Sarah E. Nowiszewski Matthew T. O’Hanlon Evelyn L. O’Neil James R. O’Regan Ethan A. O’Reilly Ahcene Ouldsaada Melissa S. Padilla Mitchell W. Papazian Thomas W. Parker Cearah S. Peck Bianca A. Phillip Samantha E. Randall Flavia Roscini Isabel C. Ruehl David A. Sabatini Brian Salazar Paul H.L. Sand Lily J. Santonelli Benjamin N. Shapiro Ali F. Sloan Nathaniel W.L. Smith Juliet Solit Tali R. Sorets Louis M. Stein Nikhil A. Stiff Daniel M. Strodel Sophia A. Taibl Andrew R. Taliaferro Matthew C. Trehub Jackson B. Truesdale Phoebe Tsao Demetra K.Vernet Gilad Waldman Ryan F. Wasilewski Ayame Whitfield Jack M. Winkelman Amber T. Wolf Kofi Yankey


PA R E N T S O F A L U M N I / A E A N D PA R E N T S O F F O R M E R S T U D E N T S BB&N is honored and grateful to have the continued financial support provided by parents of alumni/ae and former students who generously contributed $140,715 to The BB&N Fund in addition to supporting other fundraising initiatives in 2015-2016. We continue to welcome all of our past and former parents back to campus for community events. We treasure the value of these relationships that continue to anchor and define the broader BB&N community.

Anonymous (3) Steven and Gridth Ablon Andrew T. Adams ’62 and Marilyn Adams Kamesh Aiyer and Geeta Bhide Aiyer Barbara Alpert Godfrey and Janet Amphlett Vincent and Patricia Andaloro Eleanor Weiss Angoff ’60 Charles D. Atkinson III and Jeannette Atkinson Jerry Avorn and Karen Tucker Bernard and Lotte Bailyn George Baldwin Kevin G. Barbera ’57 and Mimi Barbera Marc and Carol Bard Tom and Pauline Barkalow David Baron and Pamela Mann David and Carol Bates Randall and Christine Battat Richard Beaty Alex and Linda Beavers James Belmont and Joyce Kinoshita Chuck and Lynn Benson Richard and Barbara Berenson Samuel and Carly Berk John and Amy Berylson Hamish Blackman Tamra Greene Blake ’76 and Trevor Blake

Don and Marcia Blenko Taylor and Willa Bodman Charles D. Bonanno ’53 and Lena Bonanno David C. Bono ’70 and Andrea J. Galvin Joe and Maureen Bosco Doris Dwyer Boudens Edward and Bernadette Bourget Michael and Deedie Bouscaren Robert and Cherise Bransfield William and Barbara Brathwaite Morgan Baker Brelis ’76 and Matthew Brelis Michael Bresnahan and Maria Lopez-Bresnahan Pierre and Francine Brosens Stuart and Joanna Brown Lewis H. Bryant Jeanne Fiol Burlingame Tom and Mary Ann Case Melvin H. Chalfen ’44 Liang-Yeu Chen and Yun-Wei Kuo Gregory and Teresa Clark Wayne and Anne-Marie Clarke Downing A. Cless and Alice E.Trexler Roger L. Clifton Steven Cohen and Mary Akerson Francis and Susan Colannino Kenneth and Virginia Colburn Richard and Ruth Cole Keilah D. Coon ’61 Ernest Cravalho and Ruth Tuomala Bill and Francine Crawford

Lodowick F. Crofoot III and Carolyn Crofoot Ronald and Joan Curhan Frank L. Davis III and Beth Davis Carl and Denise DeFranco Sunil and Margo Dhaliwal Michael and Maureen DiChiara Tom and Nancy Dingman Parrish Dobson and Eugene Pool Mary Dolbear and Gabriela Gonzenbach Robert A. Dole, Jr. ’52 and Marguerite Dole James Donovan ’61 Kathleen and Henry Dorkin Alexzandra Z. Dow George P. Edmonds Jr. (dec.) and Sally Reeves Edmonds Frederick J. England, Jr. ’49 and Valerie England David and Tanya English David R. Epstein ’68 and Betsy Banks Epstein Michael and Caryl Erdos David Fialkow ’77 Mark and Tobey Fidler

Stephen Foell and Martha Martin Charles and Michelle Fox Wendy Fox Ina Brown Frye ’76 Steve Gallant and Julia Todd Alexander and Jane Gavis Ward Ghory and Anne Ghory-Goodman Ernestine Gianelly Lisa Gianelly ’81 and Jeffrey Levinson Keith Gilbert ’80 and Stacy Osur Karen Gill and Christian Elliot Frederick Good ’64 and Susan Good Rosalind Gorin ’62 and Matthew Budd Nathaniel M. Gorton ’56 and Jodi Gorton Michael Grill and Hillary Brown Paul S. Grogan Peter and Peggy Gunness Carol Avery Haber John and Ann Hall Carol Hamilton and Peter Johnson George Hansen, Jr. ’45 and Ellen Hansen Jack Hardy ’61 and Margaret Sandoz Hardy ’61

“W E H AV E , LIK E OU R K ID S , B E LO NG ED TO A LL TH R E E C A MP U S E S A N D E VERY O NE OF TH E S C H OOL’S A C A D E MIC , ATHLETI C, A R TIS TIC , TH E ATR IC A L, A N D E XTRAC U R R IC U LA R A C TIV ITIE S . I A M PRO UD O F TH IS C LA S S A N D P R OU D TO B E A PART OF TH E PA R E N T C OMMU N ITY.”

— David Sand P’16, Co-Chair, Senior Parents’ Gift Committee

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Robert and Kerriann Harris William and Kathleen Harris Keith and Marilyn Harrison Woodie Haskins and Andrea Mattisen-Haskins George and Daphne Hatsopoulos D. Fleet Hill and Walter J. Popper Diane Hixon (dec.) and Anthony Hixon Ralph Hoagland III and Molly Hoagland Melville T. Hodder ’56 and Lissa Hodder Leigh P. Hogan William and Mari-Ann Hogan Joe Horning and Fiona Lovell-Horning Arch Horst and Kate Kirby Robert Hoyt and Molly King Hugo and Janet Huettig Bradley Hunter and Mary Palaima John P. Iappini and Carole Mathieson Howell E. Jackson and Elizabeth V. Foote Dick and Beth Jacobson Charles R. Kalina Jerry and Marti Katz Paul and Jean Kellen Sheila Rauch Kennedy John S. Kerr II Rosalie Kerr Sheila Malone King ’50 and William B. King Paul G. Kirby ’52 and Claire Kirby Georg Kirchner and Marjorie Sagan-Kirchner Harvey and Farla Krentzman (dec.) Mark Krentzman ’72 and Caroline Vanderlip Philip and Nancy Kukura Butler and Lois Lampson Leslie A. Langston Linda L. Leahy Susan B. Lehman Christopher and Judith Leich Rob and Mary Joan Leith

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Alan M. Leventhal ’70 and Sherry Marcus Leventhal Edward and Marjorie Levin Robert and Rhoda Levin Zhen He Li and Qiao Hua Chen Carl and Karin Lieberman Richard and Pat Light Mark Lindberg and Aline Gery Dan and Eileen Logan Philip and Elizabeth Loughlin Diana F. MacPhail Paul Maeder and Gwill York Gopinath and Sumana Mallya Richard and Beverly Malone Carol C. Martin Peter and Kim Martino Richard and Maria Massey Judith B. McDonough Steven and Nancy McIntire Leslie Forkner McIntosh Peter D. McManmon ’66 and Linda McManmon Donald K. and Charlene M. Medeiros Howard and Mameve Medwed Cody Meissner ’63 and Barbara Bush Meissner Belete Mekuria and Zemtawork Tesfaye Edward and Ginette Merrill Paul Milbury and Heidi Lehner Peter L. Miller and Mary Cassesso Jane E. Minasian ’76 and J. Grant Monahon Mary Wright Miner and William Miner Geordie and Mary Mitchell Maura Griffith Moffatt ’84 and Gregory Moffatt Jeffrey Moore and Barbara Southcote Scott Moriearty and Yolanda Kodrzycki Michael Moskow ’51 and Donna Moskow Kerim and Soizick Munir Warren and Karen Myers Alan and Kathleen Nauss Courtney and Donna Neff Pete and Ginny Nicholas Britain Nicholson and Celeste Robb-Nicholson

Jeanne Nisbet Kim Noltemy John Norton and Frances Austin Christopher and Catherine O’Neil David Orfao ’77 and Mary Beth Orfao David and Jane Otte Christine Oulton Richard Page and Maura Murphy Olavo and Suzanne Panico Mark and Deb Pasculano Marna D. Peters Deanne Peterson Syphorn and Nickie Phan David Pokross, Jr. and Laurie S. Gill Mary A. Poor Helen Privett and Maria Vetrano Jane M. Rabb Tom and Sue Randall Jerald and Sara Reisman Steve and Audrey Reny Charles Richard and Sandra Fay-Richard Leon and Marie Ridore Edwina L. Rissland David B. Roberts ’67 and Barbara Roberts Susan Rich Rona ’61 and Mahmet Rona Larry Rowe and Wendy Gordon Michael and Rhonda Sady William and Mary Samko Lewis and Amy Sassoon Panit Satyasai-Crimmin Lester and Cynthia Savage Ernst and Mary Schaefer Bob and Natalie Schlundt Arthur Schneider Mark and Audrey Schuster Richard S. Schwartz and Jacqueline Olds Steven and Ellen Segal Fred and Judith Server Kathleen and Fereydoun Shahrokhi Barry and Amy Shemin Donald Shepard and Emily Maitin Paula Sidman Bruce A. Singal ’66 Bill and Theda Skocpol

Peter Slavin ’75 and Lori Slavin Adrian Slywotzky and Christine Balko Slywotzky Neil Smith and Kathleen Katterhagen Susan F. Smith (dec.) and Richard A. Smith ‘42 John Smitka, Jr. and Amelia Bormann Gerald A. Sohn I’man Solomon Eric and Sarah Stellwagen Johanna Pallotta Stephen Benjamin and Anne Steverman Wilma Stonestreet Grace H. Strodel Karen A. Sunnarborg Chia-Ming and Judith Sze Laura Hodges Taylor ’74 and Scott Taylor Beth Thiemann David Thurston and Catherine Hayden Roy B. Tishler and Abby E. Zanger William Mills Todd and Eva Andenaes Todd Peter and Ann Tower Frank A. Tredinnick, Jr. Peter and Mary Jeanne Tufano Pamela W. Turner Samuel R. Tyler III ’61 and Sandra Tyler Jonathan Uhrig and Jennifer Stonestreet Uhrig Sandra A. Urie and Frank Herron Joan S.Van Dorn Mark H.Vanger ’78 and Eileen Span Richard C. Walton ’72 and Ms. Susan Walton David Warner and Mary Beekman Gordon and Susan Weir Kent Werth and Nina Barwell Austin Wertheimer and Caryl Goodman Jane Willard White ’68 and Robie White Hilary Wodlinger Stephen Woodsum and Anne Lovett Yinong Yang and Youhong Zhao Robert and Eileen Zalisk John Zhang and Pauline Gong


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Ralph Hoagland (dec.) and Molly Hoagland Robert and Katherine Hogan William and Mari-Ann Hogan Phyllis Holmes Joseph Hsieh and E. Mei Shen-Hsieh Kimberly R. Irish Gertrude H. Jacobs Diana Jalelian Leonard and Marcelle Joffe Charles R. Kalina John F. Keane Kevin and Betty Ann Keane Paul and Jean Kellen Jim Kellogg (dec.) and Gail Kellogg Emily E. King Harvey and Farla Krentzman (dec.) Mark and Sandra Kryder Leslie A. Langston Stallworth and Juliette Larson Joo Yong Lee Monique Lehner Peter J. Lehner ’41 Andrew Leighton Robert and Rhoda Levin Michael and Joyce Levy Richard and Pat Light Wilfrid and Patricia Loeken Bill and Anne Longfield Mason and Susan Lowance Samuel and Lorraine Malignaggi Pepper Mallinger Edward McDonnell William and Susan McKinley Howard and Mameve Medwed William M. Meredith, Sr. John and Nancy Michalski Kenneth and Betty Morris Michael Moskow ’51 and Donna Moskow William and Barbara Murray Warren and Karen Myers Bruce and Carlene Newell Pete and Ginny Nicholas Wilson and Eliot Nolen Mary C. O’Brien Lydia Phippen Ogilby ’38 Elinor R. O’Neil Maria O’Regan

BB&N greatly appreciates the generous financial support provided by grandparents who contributed more than $90,000 to The BB&N Fund and other fundraising initiatives in 2015-2016. We continue to welcome all of our grandparents and grandfriends back to campus for community events. We warmly embrace these relationships and treasure the opportunity to share the BB&N experience of each child with their enthusiastic supporters!

Steven and Gridth Ablon Robert and Judith Adams Bob Albern Cleo Alexander Melvin and Patty Alperin Barbara Alpert Vincent and Patricia Andaloro Charles D. Atkinson III and Jeannette Atkinson Walter H. Baily Ronald and Janice Baker Kevin G. Barbera ’57 and Mimi Barbera David and Elaine Batchelder Wendy Bazemore Ron and Karen Bellamy Linda Berger Harris Berman and Ruth Nemzoff Peter and Ellen Boer Rosalie Bosco Stanley Bowden Joseph and Mary Beth Bright Pierre and Francine Brosens Lewis H. Bryant David and Laura Burke Luis and Ana Maria Cardenas Thomas and Alicia Connell James and Virginia Coogan Arlene Crewdson Frances Cucinotta Ronald and Joan Curhan Ron and Sandee Decker

Lillian DiGiorgio Charles and Marylee Dodge Margaret C. Duggan Ruth Duran Robert and Jean Durfee George P. Edmonds Jr. (dec.) and Sally Reeves Edmonds Sean and Patricia Egan David R. Epstein ’68 and Betsy Banks Epstein Bob and Esta Epstein Stanley and Beverly Erdreich Richard and Catherine Fay Fredrick and Janet Fiedler Donald and Elaine Finegold Thomas A. Fitzgerald, Jr. ’53 Noreene Foster Carolyn Fox Hermann and Theresia Frank Barbara Fried Barbara Gervais Russell F. Gervais Ernestine Gianelly Steve and Dorothy Gilman Armour Gregoire Charles Gross ’51 and Joan Gross Margo Guertin Bette Jane Hancock Keith and Marilyn Harrison Pamela Read Harvey George and Daphne Hatsopoulos Gloria Heppner

Sonny and Loretta Pang Leland and Nancy Paton Anne B. Poland Karen Pryor Elvira Quilter Lamson and Sally Rheinfrank William and Shirley Richards John and Joan Riley Kathy Rorick Marie B. Ross Steve and Marsha Roth Sonya H. Ruehl David D. Sabatini and Zulema Lena Sabatini Leonard and Ann Sand Norman and Maryellen Shachoy Henrietta Shapiro Joseph and Connie Shay Lionel and Betty Shiroma Vivian Shoolman Paula Sidman Richard and Linda Silverman Carl and Toby Sloane Susan F. Smith (dec.) and Richard A. Smith ’42 Eric and Liz Stahl Julia Stephanian Johanna Pallotta Stephen Wilma Stonestreet Grace H. Strodel Chang Ho and Song Nam Suk Linda Katzen Swartz Herbert Tabor David and Sara Taft Chet and Eleanor Terry Robert and Jillian Tessler Richard R. Tomlins Shu-Hua Yang Tsai Pamela W. Turner Michael Wang Richard and Barbara Wong Mary-Elizabeth Young

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CURRENT AND FORMER FACULTY AND STAFF BB&N is especially grateful for the generous financial support provided by current faculty and staff, 50 percent of whom made gifts and pledges to The BB&N Fund in 2015-2016. The School is also grateful for the ongoing support from former faculty and staff. Our faculty and staff members define and enrich the BB&N experience each and every day on all our campuses.

Anonymous (3) Alex Ablon Henri Andre Julie F. Auclair Maria Barton Karina Baum Sasha Bergmann Miles Billings Graeme Blackman ’10 Dudley F. Blodget Willa Chamberlain Bodman Susie Bonsey Tony Breen Beth Brooks Beth Brown Lewis H. Bryant Bob Burns Terrence A. Butt ’91 Tony Cai Amy Carey Leah Cataldo Richard S. Chang Joseph P. Clifford Louisa Connaughton Elizabeth Conway Albert Coons III Elizabeth Hodder Corbus ’80 Melissa Courtemanche Frederick J. Coyne Janine Cozier Althea Cranston Christa Crewdson Marc Vincent Cronin Sharon Cumberbatch Randi Currier

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Joe Decastro Maria Elena Derrien Angela DeVecchi ’81 Farah DiPasquale Parrish Dobson Mary Dolbear Kathleen Dorkin Alexzandra Dow Hunt Dowse ’65 Ariel Duddy Lynda I. Dugas Robert Duggan Laura Duncan Christopher R. Dwyer Sylvia Elmer Simone Miles Esteves Michael Ewins Kelly Greene Fantegrossi Alda Farlow Gregory Fernandes Mark T. Fidler Carol M. Fine Peter J. Fiore ’76 Thomas A. Fitzgerald, Jr. ’53 Andrew Fletcher Richard J. Foresteire, Jr. ’86 Brett Fuhrman Katrina Fuller Katie Gayman Katherine A. Gellar Ward J. Ghory Karen Gill Lynda Gillis Kim Gold Ben Goldhaber

Jaime Bard Goldstein ’98 Carolina Gomez-Kramer Gabriela G. Gonzenbach Thom Greenlaw Svetlana Grinshpan Peter K. Gunness Megan Rutter Haddadi ’97 Nastaran Hakimi ’07 Carol Hamilton Pauline Kim Han ’99 Margaret Sandoz Hardy ’61 Woodie Haskins Stefanie Haug Lee Ginsburg Herbst ’53 Lissa Hodder Leigh P. Hogan Joe Horning Leila Huff Molly Jackel Beth R. Jacobson Meena Kaur Tim Kendrick Janna Kerpelman Molly E. King Sheila Malone King ’50 Susan Kinsky Jean Klingler Allison Kornet Sharon E. Krauss Andrew Leighton Rob W. Leith Mark C. Lindberg Julie Lindstrom Andrea Lordan Ellie Loughlin Rachel Loughran Jo-Ann Lovejoy Meg Macri Louise Makrauer Beverly M. Malone Amie Margolis Andrea Martinez Serge Mathieu Lora Mazaheri Gabrielle Mbeki Elaine M. McGovern Beth McNamara Augustus G. Means III Gabriel C. Mejail Rania Melki

Geordie Mitchell Stephanie InKyung Moon Alexander D. Moore ’99 Soizick Munir Kathleen Murphy Christina Redmond Myers ’01 Mariah Napenas Doug Neuman Kathy Newell Martha L. Newport John C. Norton Colleen O’Connor Manna Ohmoto-Whitfield Stevie Olson Demetri Orlando Christine K. Oulton Peggy Payne Daisy Pellant RM Pellant Diana Perez Glass Deanne Peterson Carolyn Polley Amy Pratt Natalie N. Ralston Tom Randall Genieve Rankel Brian P. Reasoner Anthony Reppucci Chuck Richard Rachel Riemer Bill Rogers Chip Rollinson Carolyn F. Rose Janet B. Rosen Tracy Rosette Elinor S. Ross Ethan Rossiter ’93 Cecile Roucher-Greenberg Paul Ruhlmann Rosario Sánchez Gómez L. Manlius Sargent, Jr. Jesse A. Sarzana ’93 Robert Savage Shera Selzer Thomas Siegel Claudia Silva Katherine C. Small I’man A.K. Solomon Caitlin Sprague


Upper School woodworking teacher Paul Ruhlmann and Danny Noenickx ’18 work on a project in the wood studio.

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Benjamin Sprayregen Rachel Stevens Wilma Stonestreet David Strodel ’78 Angela Tabb Youssef Talha Jennifer Murray Talmadge ’97 Laura Tangusso Zoe Tarshis Geoff Theobald Beth A. Thiemann Peter P. Tower Linda Tran Suta Tungsiripat Matthew Turnbull Samuel R. Tyler III ’61 Rebecca T. Upham

Sarah Vollmann Joshua Walker Audrey F. Wallace Jamie A. Wallace Eugene Warner Julia Welter Kim Ablon Whitney ’91 Monika Wilkinson Courtney Stokes Willett ’95 David Williams ’78 Richard M. Wyman, Jr. ’69 Karen McKee Wyon Yinong Yang Walter Young Amena Zavery Mo Zelaya Berhane Zerom

FR IEN D S Each year BB&N is pleased to receive gifts from individuals and organizations who choose to support BB&N’s mission with a gift to a special initiative or by making a gift in honor or in memory of a family member, friend, or loved one.

Anonymous (2) Harry Bloom Michele and Dean Chaffe Suzanne Whitman Diehl Theresa Harrigan and Ronald Grieger James P. Honan and Lisa J. Mars

David B. Livesey Martha Lyons William Nemirovsky ’17 Robert and Robin Newham Clay V. Stites William and Joan Witkin

Right: Erica Jarrell ’17 shows her school spirit at Homecoming 2015. Below: Kevin Ye ’19, Vinyak Sharma ’19, Will Liu ’16, and Alia Rizvi ’18 rehearse for the Upper School Orchestra spring concert.

Above: Middle School boys baseball team members Jack Roloff ’19, Jacob Brown ’20, Cam Impemba ’20, and Stephen Fanning ’20.

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CORPORATIONS, MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES, FOUNDATIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS BB&N is pleased to recognize the following corporations, foundations, and other businesses who provided important support for the School’s annual and capital giving programs in 2015-2016. The School is especially grateful to the many parents, past parents, alumni/ae, and friends who took advantage of matching gift opportunities through their employers or board relationships to increase the value of their gifts to the School last year. The companies and foundations listed below contributed more than $90,000 in matching gifts to support The BB&N Fund and capital priorities in 20152016, providing important resources for all areas of our academic programs.

Anonymous (7) Acadian Asset Management Adage Capital Management, L.P. All Girls Allowed. Inc. The Alpert Family Foundation AmazonSmile American Airlines Charitable Gift Program The American Gift Fund Ameriprise Financial, Inc. The Archibald Family Foundation Babson Capital Management LLC Bank of America Charitable Foundation Barclays Capital Blue Hills Bank Charitable Foundation BNY Mellon Community Partnership The Boston Foundation Boston Trust & Investment Management Company The Bristol Fund, Inc. Build-It-Yourself Charles and Joan Gross Family Foundation

Chevron Matching Gifts Program Choate Hall & Stewart LLP Chubb and Son, Inc. The Chung Family Foundation Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston The Community Foundation for The National Capital Region Community Foundation of New Jersey Concord Dental Associates Corkin Foundation Corning Incorporated Foundation The Crawford Foundation Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc. Bertram A. and Ronald M. Druker Charitable Foundation Eaton Vance Management Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Fidelity Foundation Matching Gifts to Education Program FM Global Foundation Gary and Sharon Curhan Family Charitable Foundation GE Foundation Matching Gifts Program

Goldman Sachs and Company Goldman Sachs Gives Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund Jacqueline and Todd Goodwin Charitable Trust Google Inc. Beryl David and Harry N. Gorin Foundation Gorton’s Great Island Foundation Harris Family Foundation Herbst Family Foundation Hipower Energy (USA) Inc. IBM Intuit Employee Matching Program IT Mantra LLC Jadia Realty Trust Jenzabar Foundation John Hancock Financial Services, Inc. Kenwood Foundation Kerry Capital Advisors The Klingenstein Charitable Foundation Trust Sherry and Alan Leventhal Family Foundation Ruth Lilly Philanthropic Foundation Lovett-Woodsum Foundation, Inc. Marsh & McLennan Co. Inc. Medical Consulting Associates LLC The Merck Company Foundation Morgan Stanley Dean Witter Matching Gifts Program Moskow Linn Architects Mountain Meadows Foundation Network for Good The New York Community Trust Novartis US Foundation Omaha Community Foundation Oppenheim Charitable Foundation The Orchard Foundation The Pechet Foundation PerkinElmer Foundation Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program The Rhode Island Foundation RiverStone Resources LLC Matching Gift Program Cele H. and William B. Rubin Family Fund

Sacajawea Charitable Foundation Samantha, Mark, Becky Foundation Sanofi Foundation for North America The Schwab Charitable Fund The Sidman Family Foundation Slade Gorton and Company, Inc. Richard and Susan Smith 1990 Charitable Trust Amy Smith and John G. Berylson Charitable Foundation Richard and Susan Smith Family Foundation SNL Financial Sogg Foundation The Sooner Foundation State Street Corporation Stein Family Foundation Takeda Oncology Company Target - Take Charge of Education The Thompson Foster Street Foundation, Inc. TripAdvisor, Inc. UBS Matching Gifts Program United Way of RI Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Verisk Analytics Wagner Family Foundation Wellington Management Company, LLP White Mountains Capital Whitman Family Foundation W.L. Lyons Brown Jr. Charitable Foundation

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H ON OR A RY AND MEMO RI AL G I F T S Each year BB&N is pleased to receive gifts from individuals and organizations in honor or in memory of a faculty or staff member, family member, friend, or loved one, or to recognize a special occasion. The School sends notification to the honoree or family member of these

In Honor of Melissa Courtemanche Drew and Shannon Hayden

Donald K. and Charlene M. Medeiros Kenneth and Victoria O’Regan

In Honor of Fred Coyne Alvaro Deras and Lili Morales-Deras Lester and Cynthia Savage

In Honor of Jaemin Feldman ’24 and Mina Feldman ’25 Chang Ho Suk and Song Nam Suk

In Honor of Althea B. Cranston Micah and Yael Waldman

In Honor of Mark T. Fidler John and Janice Gould Todd M. Truesdale

thoughtful tributes.

H ON OR A RY GIF T S

In Honor of 7th Grade Faculty and Staff Daniel Qiu and Victoria Xiang

In Honor of Susie Bonsey Alvaro Deras and Lili Morales-Deras In Honor of Edward H. Bourget, Jr. ’96 Alvaro Deras and Lili Morales-Deras

In Honor of Adria Elizabeth Alexander ’16 Cleo Alexander

In Honor of Byron Bowman Tom and Sue Randall

In Honor of Henri Andre Jamie Mallinger and Elizabeth Gatti

In Honor of Michael Brunelli, Jr. ’16 Johanna Pallotta Stephen

In Honor of Karina Baum Frank Feng Gu and Hua Hai

In Honor of Leah Cataldo Page and Jennifer Bouchard

In Honor of BB&N Men’s Soccer Noah Aldrich ’10

In Honor of Thomas Charles Chu ’15 Doris Dwyer Boudens

In Honor of Alice F. Berenson ’12 Daniel F. Berenson ’09

In Honor of Giselle Narcisse Clarke ’12 and Victor Wayne Clarke ’14 Wayne and Anne-Marie Clarke

In Honor of Daniel F. Berenson ’09 Alice F. Berenson ’12 In Honor of Eloise Berman ’21, Zoe Berman ’21, and Zachary Berman ’25 Harris Berman and Ruth Nemzoff In Honor of Graeme Blackman ’10 Anonymous In Honor of Jason Bloom ’21 Gordon Bloom and Sara Singer

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In Honor of Lauren Collins Robert and Ekuko Hogan Kenneth and Victoria O’Regan Philip and Debra Sloan In Honor of Erica Mary Connell ’16 Thomas and Alicia Connell In Honor of Elizabeth M. Conway Anthony W. Cerra, Jr. and Julie C. Haynes James Connell and Mary Corcoran Connell Jamie Mallinger and Elizabeth Gatti

In Honor of Christa Crewdson Gloria Heppner Kate Champion Murphy ’81 In Honor of Stephen Cucinotta Frances Cucinotta

In Honor of Elizabeth Victoria Foot ’16 Margaret C. Duggan

In Honor of Armen Dedekian Michael W. Kahn ’74

In Honor of Charlotte Foote ’17, Thaddeus Foote ’22, and James Foote ’25 Lamson and Sally Rheinfrank

In Honor of Farah DiPasquale James Connell and Mary Corcoran Connell

In Honor of Alexander Herman Markus Frank ’16 Hermann and Theresia Frank

In Honor of Mary Dolbear Barry N. Lyons

In Honor of Lucas Fried ’17 Barbara Fried

In Honor of Holly Drown Michael and Lisa Bibbey

In Honor of Hillary Galle ’22 Ron and Karen Bellamy

In Honor of Kayla Duran ’18 Ruth Duran

In Honor of Cecelia Galligan ’17 and Maeve Galligan ’20 William and Barbara Murray

In Honor of Bob Edbrooke Liza Levy ’03 Ted Ruehl and Claudia Svoboda

In Honor of Katie Gayman Steven and Patti Taibl

In Honor of Diarra Janai English ’15 David and Tanya English

In Honor of Susan Glazer Frank Feng Gu and Hua Hai

In Honor of Alex Erdos ’03 and Elleree Erdos ’08 Michael and Caryl Erdos

In Honor of Michael Reuvin Goldfine ’16 Neil and Deborah Goldfine

In Honor of A.J. Fabbri ’21 and Alexandra Fabbri ’23 David and Laura Burke

In Honor of Gabriela Gonzenbach Kenneth and Victoria O’Regan

In Honor of Alda Farlow Abdul and Selina Ahad Alvaro Deras and Lili Morales-Deras

In Honor of Henry Goodman ’20 and Charlotte Goodman ’23 Richard and Linda Silverman


In Honor of Nathaniel M. Gorton ’56 and Family Slade Gorton and Company, Inc. In Honor of Allison Rachel Gould ’16 Lionel and Betty Shiroma In Honor of Christopher Atler Gray/Poland ’16 Anne B. Poland In Honor of Christian Gregory James Connell and Mary Corcoran Connell In Honor of Kathy Gruning Michael and Lisa Bibbey Kenneth and Victoria O’Regan In Honor of Peter K. Gunness Henri Andre Bernard and Lotte Bailyn Roger L. Clifton Althea Cranston Mark and Tobey Fidler Ward Ghory and Anne Ghory-Goodman Robert Hoyt and Molly King Rob and Mary Joan Leith Richard and Pat Light Mark Lindberg and Aline Gery Kerim and Soizick Munir Kathy Newell Brian Reasoner In Honor of Tessa Haining ’19 and Jack Haining ’22 Leonard and Marcelle Joffe In Honor of Margaret Hardy ’61 James Donovan ’61 In Honor of Read Harvey ’22 Zachary J. Harvey In Honor of Andrew Joseph Hayden ’16 Joseph and Connie Shay

In Honor of Callie Heppner ’27 Gloria Heppner

In Honor of Allison Kornet Jonathan and Barbara Foot Drew and Shannon Hayden

In Honor of Jeffrey M. Hodess ’97 Robert and Ekuko Hogan Micah and Yael Waldman

In Honor of Sharon E. Krauss Mark and Becky Levin In Honor of James Lamphier ’17, Colin Lamphier ’18, and Genna Lamphier ’20 James and Virginia Coogan

In Honor of Leigh P. Hogan Barry N. Lyons In Honor of Robert Takeru Hogan ’16 Robert and Katherine Hogan

In Honor of Marin Elizabeth Lang ’16 John F. Keane

In Honor of Joe Horning Mark and Becky Levin

In Honor of Lauryn N. Jacobs ’17 Gertrude H. Jacobs In Honor of Kelsey Xinge Ji ’20 Hongtao Ji and Haoyu Li In Honor of Beth A. Johnsey ’69 Anonymous In Honor of Sarah Alexandra Jolley ’13 and Liam Samuel Jolley ’16 Diana Jalelian In Honor of Yelva R. Joseph Lisa Gianelly ’81 and Jeffrey Levinson In Honor of Linda Kaufman Jennifer Light ’89 and Jonathan Caverley In Honor of Manmeet Kaur Todd M. Truesdale In Honor of Kaeghan Kelly ’10 Anonymous In Honor of Tim Kendrick Jack and Cheryl Cronin Alvaro Deras and Lili Morales-Deras

In Honor of Jessica Yi-Rong Liong ’16 Shu-Hua Yang Tsai In Honor of Timothy Longfield ’18 Bill and Anne Longfield In Honor of Ellie Loughlin Gregory and Paula Nelson

In Honor of Nathaniel Allderdice Leabo ’16 Karen Pryor

In Honor of Xiaochuan Hu Bin Zhao and Hui Hu

In Honor of Mark C. Lindberg Jubin Kwon ’01 Jennifer Lebowitz London ’86 Robert K. Massie and Anne Tate David Thurston and Catherine Hayden Peter Tsao and Tzy-Jyun Yao

In Honor of Jacob William Leder ’16 Mary C. O’Brien

In Honor of Louise Makrauer James Jolley and Julie Jalelian David and Jocelyn Sand Eugene Sorets and Merit Cudkowicz

In Honor of Sihak Lee ’16 Joo Yong Lee

In Honor of Salvatore Malignaggi ’20 Samuel and Lorraine Malignaggi

In Honor of Rob Leith Page and Jennifer Bouchard Jamie Mallinger and Elizabeth Gatti Kenneth and Victoria O’Regan Ted Ruehl and Claudia Svoboda

In Honor of Lillian Masie Mannion ’16 David and Elaine Batchelder

In Honor of Joshua Samuel Levin ’16 Barbara Alpert Robert and Rhoda Levin In Honor of Isaac William Levy ’16 Joshua Levy and Rachel Rock Michael and Joyce Levy

In Honor of Jessica Martino ’07 and Ariana Martino ’11 Peter and Kim Martino In Honor of Katherine Chelsea Mayer ’16 Fredrick and Janet Fiedler William and Cynthia Mayer

In Honor of Patrick Leyden ’27 Steve and Dorothy Gilman

In Honor of Emily McKinley ’18 and Katie McKinley ’18 William and Susan McKinley

In Honor of Julian Li ’20 Ann Pottinger Saab ’52

In Honor of Zachary McLeod ’10 Gregory Faxon ’10

In Honor of Qi Li and Yiqi Jin Ann Pottinger Saab ’52

In Honor of Beth McNamara Pat and Tammy McLeod

In Honor of Maria A. Lindberg Karina Baum and Itai Vardi

In Honor of Margaret Meyer Cornelia Dunning Hollister ’54

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In Honor of Violet Nell Michel ’16 Roger and Anne Marie Michel In Honor of the Middle School Staff Joannes and Suzanne Grevelink In Honor of Geordie Mitchell Harry Bloom In Honor of Rory Morton ’81 Amie Margolis Kenneth and Victoria O’Regan

In Honor of Christine Oulton James Jolley and Julie Jalelian Philip and Debra Sloan In Honor of Nick Papas Pat and Tammy McLeod Kenneth and Victoria O’Regan In Honor of Will Pappendick ’20, Jack Pappendick ’22, Quinn Pappendick ’24 Barbara Gervais

In Honor of Lizanne Moynihan Alvaro Deras and Lili Morales-Deras William and Cynthia Mayer

In Honor of Won Chang and Chahnjue Park Frederick Park and Bonnie Wargo

In Honor of Mariah Napenas Alvaro Deras and Lili Morales-Deras

In Honor of Peggy Payne James Jolley and Julie Jalelian

In Honor of Doug Neuman Steven Clancy and Lisa Campoli Pat and Tammy McLeod Philip and Debra Sloan

In Honor of Sonja Randall Peetz-Larsen ’26 Kimberly R. Irish

In Honor of Kathy Newell Jill O’Connell and Benjamin Piggott In Honor of John C. Norton Jamie Ames and Stephanie Sawyer-Ames In Honor of Bob O’Brien James E. Baker ’78 Lisa Gianelly ’81 and Jeffrey Levinson In Honor of Manna Ohmoto-Whitfield Cecile Roucher-Greenberg Philip and Debra Sloan In Honor of James Robert O’Regan ’16 Maria O’Regan In Honor of Charles O’Rourke James Connell and Mary Corcoran Connell Steven and Patti Taibl

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In Honor of Isabel Clara Ruehl ’16 Sonya H. Ruehl In Honor of David D. Sabatini and Zulema Lena Sabatini David Sabatini and Valentina Nardi In Honor of David Sabatini ’16 Kenneth and Betty Morris David D. Sabatini and Zulema Lena Sabatini In Honor of Paul Sand ’16 Leonard and Ann Sand In Honor of Jesse A. Sarzana ’93 Cesar and Freis Salazar In Honor of Zachary Schindler ’16 Joseph Hsieh and E. Mei Shen-Hsieh In Honor of Amy Selinger Jonathan and Barbara Foot Ted Ruehl and Claudia Svoboda

In Honor of Daisy Pellant Peter M. Nicholas, Jr. ’88 and Christy Nicholas RM Pellant

In Honor of Shera Selzer Noah R. Feldman ’88

In Honor of Elle Pishny Justus Meyer ’00

In Honor of Shera Selzer and the Lower School Teachers Janet Costello Worthington ’93 and Michael Worthington

In Honor of Tom Randall Beatrice Firempong In Honor of Nina Revis-Barresi Barry N. Lyons

In Honor of Charlotte Shapiro ’20 Henrietta Shapiro In Honor of Kerri Anne Shea Michael and Lisa Bibbey

In Honor of Chip Rollinson Elaine Dai ’13 Jonathan Delgado and Catherine Bird Frank Feng Gu and Hua Hai

In Honor of Andrew Siff ’17 and Matthew Siff ’17 Linda Katzen Swartz

In Honor of W. Allen Rossiter Lisa Gianelly ’81 and Jeffrey Levinson

In Honor of Michael Skocpol ’06 Bill and Theda Skocpol

In Honor of Cecile Roucher-Greenberg Ted Ruehl and Claudia Svoboda Micah and Yael Waldman

In Honor of Katherine C. Small Kelly Greene Fantegrossi

In Honor of Nathaniel William Loeken Smith ’16 Wilfrid and Patricia Loeken In Honor of Juliet Paige Solit ’16 Robert and Jillian Tessler In Honor of Christina M. Stellwagen ’15 Eric and Sarah Stellwagen In Honor of Daniel Strodel ’16 Grace H. Strodel In Honor of David Strodel ’78 Alvaro Deras and Lili Morales-Deras In Honor of Wendy Svatek Jonathan and Barbara Foot Joannes and Suzanne Grevelink In Honor of Sophia Taibl ’16 Rosalie Bosco In Honor of Geoff Theobald Jonathan and Barbara Foot Michael Grill and Hillary Brown Jill O’Connell and Benjamin Piggott Kenneth and Victoria O’Regan Philip and Debra Sloan In Honor of Molly Theobald ’20 John and Joan Riley In Honor of Karen E. Todd ’91 William Mills Todd and Eva Andenaes Todd In Honor of Brigitte Tournier Ted Ruehl and Claudia Svoboda In Honor of Gabriel Treloar ’28 Ursula B. Stahl In Honor of Matthew Turnbull Micah and Yael Waldman In Honor of Rebecca T. Upham Frank Feng Gu and Hua Hai


In Honor of Joshua Walker Steven and Patti Taibl In Honor of Hongchen Wang Cecile Roucher-Greenberg In Honor of Katherine White ’22 and Caroline White ’23 Stanley and Beverly Erdreich In Honor of Michael Willey Don and Katie Bramley Anthony W. Cerra, Jr. and Julie C. Haynes Kenneth and Victoria O’Regan Todd M. Truesdale In Honor of Wesley Williams Anonymous Elaine Dai ’13 Frank Feng Gu and Hua Hai Todd M. Truesdale Peter Tsao and Tzy-Jyun Yao In Honor of Justin Winschel ’17 Donald and Elaine Finegold In Honor of Eric Wodlinger Nicola Wodlinger ’96 In Honor of Edward T. Wright ’86 Mary Wright Miner and William Miner In Honor of Yaotang and Lixiang Wu Fan Wu ’98 In Honor of Karen Wyon Alvaro Deras and Lili Morales-Deras In Honor of Yinong Yang Robert and Ekuko Hogan James Jolley and Julie Jalelian In Honor of Tristan Young ’17 Mary-Elizabeth Young

M E M O RI AL G I F T S

In Memory of Richard S. Alles ’42 Roger M. Thomas ’48 In Memory of the B&N Class of 1951 Deceased Members Allan H. Seigal ’51 In Memory of Roberta J. Biery David and Jane Otte In Memory of Jenny Fiol Birch ’87 Jeanne Fiol Burlingame Julia Holleran del Sobral ’87 Joel Goldberg ’87 and Cybill Goldberg In Memory of George L. Blackman ’37 Hamish Blackman

In Memory of Ganio (Scopie) De Milia Peter J. Ciccarelli ’88

In Memory of John (Big John) Jorge Sharon E. Krauss Jo-Ann Lovejoy

In Memory of Pamela G. Dempsey Janelle Dempsey ’03

In Memory of David L. Kasdon ’63 David L. Kasdon Trust Fund

In Memory of George Deptula Micéal G. Chamberlain ’66 David S. Rendall ’67

In Memory of Marina Keegan ’08 Paul Selker ’04 Vivian Shoolman John Zhang and Pauline Gong

In Memory of Jonathan E. Diehl ’72 Suzanne Whitman Diehl In Memory of John H. Etter ’49 Henri Andre Joseph E. McKeigue ’64 David S. Rendall ’67 Henry N. Winslow ’56

In Memory of Barbara Ames Fletcher ’51 Nancy Ames English ’47

In Memory of Christopher Kern ’99 Edward and Bernadette Bourget William Droste ’99 Joseph P. Kennedy III ’99 Matthew R. Kennedy ’99 Sheila Rauch Kennedy Diana F. MacPhail Descatur Potier ’99 Jonathan Tracy ’99

In Memory of Elizabeth Gardner William D. Gardner ’74

In Memory of Eugene Kinasewich Christopher P. Mosca ’75

In Memory of Cary Girod Donald and Charlene Medeiros

In Memory of Edgar H. Knapp Edward C. Bursk, Jr. ’50

In Memory of Riley Glantz Nolan and Lorie Glantz

In Memory of John D. Lyons ’54 Martha Lyons

In Memory of Harrison L. Harley III ’62 Andrew T. Adams ’62 and Marilyn Adams

In Memory of Stephanie E. Mallinger Pepper Mallinger

In Memory of Anne Baldwin Fletcher John and Janet Hauswirth

In Memory of Alexander H. Bright 1915 Sierra Heath Bright In Memory of Horace O. Bright 1913 Sierra Heath Bright In Memory of Richard C. Bryan ’41 Kirk Bryan, Jr. ’47 In Memory of Lawrence T. Cabot Peter J. Fiore ’76 In Memory of Joanne Cavanagh Michael and Rhonda Sady In Memory of David F. Cavers, Jr. ’51 Michael Moskow ’51 and Donna Moskow In Memory of Henry T. M. Chen ’63 Helen Chen ’64

In Memory of Frank Harrigan Michele and Dean Chaffe Theresa Harrigan and Ronald Grieger

In Memory of Class of 1953 Thomas A. Fitzgerald, Jr. ’53

In Memory of Constance W. Holden Charles H. Shurcliff ’61

In Memory of Anne Reitmayer Kennedy Douglas M. Haigh ’64 Erica Reitmayer ’68

In Memory of Harold P. Melcher, Jr. James McLendon ’62 Theodore L. Westlake ’69 In Memory of Daniel Meltzer Altair L. Peterson ’03 In Memory of Gregory W. Menges ’87 Tamara Ashford ’86

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In Memory of E.Vincent Merry Lee T. Archung ’72 In Memory of Kenneth A. Moskow ’79 Shelagh Lafferty Moskow In Memory of T.Q. Moy Frank F. Chin ’54 In Memory of Ryan C. Neff ’89 Joshua Bers ’89 Courtney and Donna Neff In Memory of Mary Newmann Henri Andre In Memory of John B. Petropoulos Julia Petropoulos Coupland ’93 William S. Lawrence ’76 Ted and Lynn Trodden In Memory of Wigmore A. Pierson ’59 Andrew Jewett ’01 In Memory of Edwin H. B. Pratt Micéal G. Chamberlain ’66 In Memory of Bess Rosenzweig ’09 Melissa Alvarez ’11 In Memory of Arlyn Baker Schneider Maryssa Schneider McLean ’93 Arthur Schneider In Memory of Anthony Shadid Nada Shadid In Memory of Craig B. Stonestreet ’49 Robert Duggan Mark Fariborz ’91 Leigh P. Hogan Paul G. Kirby ’52 and Claire Kirby Michael Moskow ’51 and Donna Moskow Roger Sohn ’69

John P. Stonestreet ’84 and Leslie Stonestreet Wilma Stonestreet David Sze ’84 Peter and Ann Tower Jonathan Uhrig and Jennifer Stonestreet Uhrig In Memory of Elizabeth Stowe Stephanie Shires Hooper ’61

GIFTS IN K IN D A N D C IR C U S SPO NS O RS BB&N greatly appreciates the generosity of alumni/ae, parents, and friends who contributed goods and services to the School that were used to enhance academic programs, offset budgeted expenses, or as ticket donations to faculty and staff in appreciation of the important work they do every day. For more than six decades the BB&N Circus has been

In Memory of Alanson H. Sturgis, Jr. Peter A. Rossetti, Jr. ’68

offering family fun to students, parents, and alumni/ae of all

In Memory of April Teruel ’78 Andrew H. Bush ’78 Alexandra Chinoporos ’78

to create a day-long celebration of fun. This year the Circus

In Memory of Alice D. Thompson ’52 Jean Dupee Lloyd-Rees ’48 In Memory of Lenore Gessner Travis ’66 David D.F. Kennard ’66 Gail Wallins Plotkin ’66 In Memory of Thomas Upham Robert and Robin Newham

ages. Countless dedicated parent volunteers work tirelessly raised more than $20,000 to benefit financial aid for Lower School students.

Anonymous (3) William B. Clift ’61 Denis and Mary Dowdle Hiroshi Ishii and Akiko Sugaya Charles and Kimberly Jacobs Gordon and Tania Kluzak Sol and Elizabeth Kumin Jeremiah Manion and Staci Fields Beth McDonnell

Peter M. Nicholas, Jr. ’88 and Christy Nicholas Shep Perkins and Lisa Mullan Perkins Tim and Elizabeth Rath David and Melinda Ryder Soyoun and Megan Song Laura Hodges Taylor ’74 Ogden White III and Elizabeth White Robert B. Zarse ’52

In Memory of John H. (Doc) Walters, Jr. Mark B. DeVoto ’57 Robert A. Dole, Jr. ’52 and Marguerite Dole John H.Van de Graaff ’58 In Memory of Russell R.Walton ’57 Martha Walton Evens ’51 In Memory of Patricia Cassidy Warner Eugene D. Warner In Memory of Mary Faxon Willard ’37 Lindsay W. White ’05

Aiko Bertram ’27, Molly McDonald, Maddie Brown ’27, Maia Deming ’27, and Serena Deming ’30 enjoy the

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Thanks to the generosity of many members of the BB&N community, the renovated Sparks Street campus opened in January 2016 to broad acclaim by Middle School students and faculty.

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C A P ITA L P RO JECT S, ENDO W ED AN D S P E N D A B LE F UNDS BB&N greatly appreciates the generous support of the parents, alumni/ae, and friends listed below who made gifts, payments, or pledges to endowment and spendable funds, capital projects, and other special fundraising initiatives during the 2015-2016 fiscal year. The list below includes a brief description of the history and purpose of the endowment and spendable funds to which gifts were made this year. For a complete list of BB&N Endowment and Spendable Funds, visit bbns.org/endowment.

D ON OR S : E N D O W E D AND S P E N D A B LE FUNDS

Jenny Fiol Birch 1987 Financial Aid Endowment Fund Originally established by alumni/ ae and friends of the Class of 1987 in memory of Jenny Fiol Birch ’87, the Jenny Fiol Birch Financial Aid Fund was endowed in 2012 through a gift from Jenny’s mother, Jeanne Burlingame, and supports BB&N financial aid students’ expenses for School-sponsored international trips. Jeanne Fiol Burlingame Joel S. Goldberg ’87 and Cybill Goldberg John & Archontoula Bucuvalas Scholarship Fund Established in 1998 by Michael Bucuvalas ’66 and his wife Martha, this Fund provides financial aid for talented and deserving students, with a preference for students from the Somerville Public Schools. Michael J. Bucuvalas ’66 and Martha Bucuvalas

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Cabot Fund for Girls’ Crew Established in 2000 in honor of long-time faculty member and girls’ crew coach Larry Cabot, this Fund supports the program expenses of the girls’ crew program. Peter J. Fiore ’76 Lawrence J. and Anne Cable Rubenstein Scholarship Established in 2005 by members of the Cable family, this Fund is used to support the general financial aid program at BB&N. Thomas D. Lincoln ’63 The Joe and Lucy Chung Financial Aid Fund Established in 2007 by BB&N parents Joe and Lucy Chung, this fund provides support for BB&N’s financial aid program. Joe and Lucy Chung Class of 2014 Financial Aid Enrichment Fund Created by parents of the Class of 2014 through their Senior Parents’ Gift, this Fund supports the supplemental (nontuition) portion of BB&N’s financial aid budget. Frank L. Davis III and Beth Davis

Class of 2015 Faculty Opportunity Fund Created by parents of the Class of 2015 through their Senior Parents’ Gift, this Fund supports collaborative learning opportunities for BB&N faculty on all three campuses. Carl and Denise DeFranco David and Tanya English Charles and Michelle Fox Robert and Kerriann Harris Randy Peeler and Kate Kellogg Class of 2016 Supplemental Financial Aid Fund Created by parents of the Class of 2016 through their Senior Parents’ Gift, this Fund supports the supplemental (nontuition) portion of BB&N’s financial aid budget. Anonymous (5) John and Lauren Addonizio Abdul and Selina Ahad David and Susan Alexander James Allan and Sue Sunbury Jamie Ames and Stephanie Sawyer-Ames Maure Aronson and Cheri Opperman Ken and Heliana Attie Moira Barrett and Johanna Schulman Elijah and Alisa Berg Michael and Lisa Bibbey Majid and Susan Bonakdarpour Marina Hatsopoulos Bornhorst ’83 and Walter Bornhorst Page and Jennifer Bouchard Alexander Brodsky and Natalie Gesin John Burstein and Molly Silver Paul and Stacey Butler Carlos and Ania Camargo Brad and Maryellen Cartwright Anthony W. Cerra, Jr. and Julie C. Haynes Yama and Chhuni Cheshatsang Steven Clancy and Lisa Campoli Caleb C. Clapp ’79 Richard and Gabrielle Coffman James Connell and Mary Corcoran Connell

David and Jennifer Costello Jack and Cheryl Cronin Gary and Sharon Curhan Jonathan Delgado and Catherine Bird Alvaro Deras and Lili Morales-Deras Joseph DeSantis and Amy Lipton Michael and Donna DeSimone Nathan and Patricia Dowden Neil Druker and Jodi MacKinnon John W. Fanning and Coreen S. Kraysler Lee and Philippa Ferridge Beatrice Firempong Jonathan and Barbara Foot Markus and Natasha Frank Cliff Gayley and Maria Garcia-Moliner Yahya and Parinaz Gharagozlou Lynda Gillis David Goldberg and Sydney Resendez Ned Gray and Dina Catani Amy Grossman Frank Feng Gu and Hua Hai Andrew and Shannon Hayden Michael and Diane Hegarty Ken and Caroline Himmelman Robert and Ekuko Hogan Michael Horwitz and Kasey Kaufman James Jolley and Julie Jalelian Brian and Susan Kavoogian Karen E. Kiepert Tae Wan Kim and Young Hye Lee Tim and Judi King Tony and Rebekah LaCava Ken and Vicky Lang Karl Leabo and Gale Pryor Benjamin Leder ’85 and Mary Leder Damon Levin, Sr. and Joann Woodroffe-Levin Mark and Becky Levin Steven Levin ’83 and Deborah Alpert Levin ’82 Joshua Levy and Rachel Rock Wu-Tjong L. Liong and Li-Huei Tsai Haiying Liu and Wei Lucy Qiu Mary Loeken Alba Lopez and Sandra E. Wheeler


Elizabeth Lowrey and David Manfredi Barry N. Lyons Yue Jin Ma and Wenhua Jiang Reza Mahdavi and Marie-Pierre Dillenseger Jamie Mallinger and Elizabeth Gatti Marty and Tristin Mannion Robert Massie and Anne Tate Edward and Marcy McGourty Peter McGrath and Michele Hardeman Kevin and Lynn McLaughlin Pat and Tammy McLeod Roger and Anne Marie Michel Jeremy and Liliana Nissenbaum Dan and Annette Nowiszewski Jill O’Connell and Benjamin Piggott John and Loraine O’Hanlon Joe O’Neil ’82 and Heather O’Neil Kenneth and Victoria O’Regan Hugh O’Reilly and Andrea Lordan Belkacem and Zina Ouldsaada Gregory Papazian and Kim Whittaker Richard and Robin Parker Brendan Peck Dave and Patricia Phillip Bianca Pierre Thomas Randall and Katrina Armstrong Edith Rendon Ted Ruehl and Claudia Svoboda Bernardo and Mary Sabatini Cesar and Freis Salazar David and Jocelyn Sand Mark Schindler and Angela Shen-Hsieh Philip and Debra Sloan Richard L. Solit Eugene Sorets and Merit Cudkowicz Stein Family Jacqueline A. Stephen ’86 and Michael Brunelli David Stiff and Pritha Mitra-Stiff David Strodel ’78 and Joan Strodel Steven and Patti Taibl Daniel and Karen Taliaferro Sarina Tcherepnin ’86 and James Morris Ken and Jill Trehub

Todd M. Truesdale Peter Tsao and Tzy-Jyun Yao Micah and Yael Waldman Margaret Wasilewski and Maureen Fitzpatrick Theophan Whitfield and Manna Ohmoto-Whitfield John Winkelman and Janet Wozniak Gerald and Delia Wolf Class of 2022 Lower School Faculty Opportunity Fund Created by parents of the Class of 2022 through their Sixth Grade Gift, this Fund supports collaborative learning opportunities for Lower School faculty. Sumit and Deepika Aggarwal Joseph and Potoula Angelakis Masud Azimi and Mahshid Samani Stèphane and Brenda Bancel Mark and Irina Barrocas David Berger and Micki Rowaan Bob and Penny Bi Marc Boesch and David Powers Jimmy and Jessie Chen Zheng-Yi Chen and Elisabeth Battinelli Joe and Lucy Chung Rob and Yola Cobert Steven and Alexi Conine Theodore Constan and Alison Franklin Amit and Gitika Desai Neil Druker and Jodi MacKinnon Michael and Manisha Eckton Tim and D’Jamila Fitzgerald William and Virginia Foote Bradley and Colleen Galle Rohitashwa and Reshma Goenka Andy Goldfarb and Stephanie Levinger Harvey William Haining and Hadine Joffe Daniel and Angela Hanafin Zachary J. Harvey Kenneth Hung and Rebecca Kolp Thomas W. Janes Alexander and Tatyana Katz Jeff and Lisa Kerrigan Carolyn Kopans

Maxwell Krem Lixin and Yu Liu DuanDuan Ma Robert Maginn, Jr. and Ling Chai Jeremiah Manion and Staci Fields Jocelyn McCree ’88 and Allen Waters Beth McDonnell Edward Michna and Keira Mason Martha and Patrick Newport Frank and Kelly Panayotou Ted Pappendick and Erica Gervais Pappendick Shirin N. Philipp ’87 and John M. Higgins Michael and Margaret Rorick Hashim Sarkis and Diala Ezzeddine Dana Schmaltz and Kate Enroth Jonathan and Maggie Seelig Michael and Laurie Sheft Neil Shephard and Heather Bell Matthew K. Sidman ’90 and Lori Sidman Kim Druker Stockwell ’86 and Pel Stockwell Nadia K. Waheed Andrew and Beth Waisburd Alexis and Nathalie Wallace Mark Wang and Sharon Chiu Christine Hogan Ward ’86 and Holland Ward Ogden White III and Elizabeth White James Wood and Claire Messud Jijin Yang and Yunzhe Li Curhan-Pokross Fund to Promote Faculty Excellence Established by members of the Curhan and Pokross families to encourage and promote faculty excellence, this Fund provides training and professional development opportunities for BB&N faculty with a preference for Upper School faculty. Jared Curhan ’89 and Katie Curhan Ronald and Joan Curhan Jenifer Curhan Panner ’86 David Pokross, Jr. and Laurie S. Gill Samuel Pokross ’09

Druker Foundation Financial Aid Fund Established in 2010 by members of the Druker and Stockwell families, this Fund provides support for BB&N’s financial aid program. Kim Druker Stockwell ’86, Pel Stockwell, and the Bertram A. and Ronald M. Druker Foundation Educational Technology Fund This Fund provides spendable support for BB&N’s educational technology initiatives through faculty professional development and program support. Jeffrey and Sarah Beir William and Cynthia Mayer John H. Etter Financial Aid Fund Established in 2011 in memory of former BB&N Athletic Director and Coach John H. (Jack) Etter ’49, this Fund provides support for BB&N’s financial aid program. Henri Andre David S. Rendall ’67 Henry N. Winslow ’56 Faculty Salary Endowment Fund Mark and Liz Burnett Financial Aid Endowment Fund Bob Albern Randall and Christine Battat Randy Peeler and Kate Kellogg David Williams ’78 and Judy Williams Financial Aid Spendable Fund Michael and Deedie Bouscaren General Endowment Fund Sierra Heath Bright Estate of Erica Barth Cawley Estate of Harvey and Farla Krentzman Steven and Nancy McIntire

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The Gordon and Rowe Family Upper School Faculty Enrichment Fund Established in 2012 by Wendy Gordon and Larry Rowe P’09,’13, this Fund provides grants to support professional enrichment opportunities for Upper School faculty members who have demonstrated exceptional performance in the classroom. The Gordon and Rowe Family Gunness Scholars Fund Established in 2014 in honor of Peter K. Gunness, former Head of School for Browne & Nichols and BB&N from 1969 - 1992, this Fund provides support for BB&N’s financial aid program. Henri Andre Bernard and Lotte Bailyn Roger L. Clifton Althea B. Cranston Mark and Tobey Fidler Ward Ghory and Anne Ghory-Goodman Robert Hoyt and Molly King Rob and Mary Joan Leith Richard and Pat Light Mark Lindberg and Aline Gery Soizick Munir Kathy Newell Brian Reasoner Bartlett M. Hauthaway Scholarship Fund Established in 2001 by Bartlett M. Hauthaway ’42, this Fund provides financial aid for one or more Upper School students who are strongly motivated, intellectually or artistically promising, eager to lead or create, and who have a deep and abiding interest in nature. Bartlett M. Hauthaway ’42 (dec.)

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Hixon Family English Faculty Fund Established in 2007 by the Hixon Family, this Fund provides support for professional development for BB&N English Department/Language Arts faculty, as well as enrichment opportunities for Upper and Middle School English/Language Arts classes. Anthony Hixon, Diane Hixon (dec.), and Augusta Hixon ’07 Marina Keegan ’08 Memorial Fund Established in 2012 to honor the memory of Marina Keegan ’08, a student noteworthy for her wide-ranging involvement in BB&N and her distinct talents, this Fund provides support for the Marina Keegan ’08 Summer Fellowship Program. Paul McAuliffe Selker ’04 Vivian Shoolman John Zhang and Pauline Gong Christopher James Kern Scholarship Fund Established in 2001 by family and friends in memory of Christopher Kern ’99, this Fund provides financial aid to an Upper School scholar-athlete. William C. Droste ’99 Joseph P. Kennedy III ’99 Matthew R. Kennedy ’99 Sheila Rauch Kennedy Descatur M. Potier ’99 Jonathan Tracy ’99 Legacy Foreign Language Fund Established in 2007 by Eleanor Campbell-Swank ’76, this Fund is used to enhance the objectives of the language program on all three campuses. Eleanor S. Campbell-Swank ’76

Lehner Family Financial Aid Fund Established in 2011 by The Orchard Foundation/Michael and Monica Lehner P’12,’14,’16, this Fund supports the BB&N financial aid program. Michael and Monica Lehner Lower School Social-Emotional Learning Fund Established in 2016 in honor of Lower School Counselor Daisy Pellant, this Fund will be used to support Lower School parent and faculty education and activities focused on social-emotional learning, parenting, and community building. Peter Nicholas ’88 and Christy Nicholas Daisy and RM Pellant Maginn-Chai Upper School Wellness Fund Established in 2016 by Bob Maginn and Ling Chai P’19, ’22, ’23, this Fund will be used to support BB&N’s Upper School Wellness Program by providing funding for programs and services designed to promote the psychological, social, and emotional health and well-being of Upper School students. Mark and Becky Levin Robert Maginn, Jr. and Ling Chai Mannion Family Financial Aid Fund Established in 2014, this Fund is used to support the general financial aid program by providing funding for a student requiring full or nearly full support from the School. Marty and Tristin Mannion E.Vincent Merry Fund Established in 1980 in memory of E. Vincent Merry, husband of BB&N former trustee Karan A. Merry P’86, ’91, this Fund provides financial assistance for academic or special programs for minority students and faculty. Lee T. Archung ’72

Mary Newmann Faculty Compensation Fund Established in 2000 by current and former trustees of the Buckingham School, Browne & Nichols, and BB&N, this Fund honors former Head of School Mary Newmann and is used to support the professional growth and development of BB&N’s faculty across all three campuses of the School. Henri Andre Past Parents’ Financial Aid Fund Established in 1999 by parents of BB&N graduates, this Fund provides financial aid for an Upper School student. Linda and Alex Beavers Ruth and Richard Cole Francine and Bill Crawford Betsy Banks Epstein and David R. Epstein ’68 Caryl Goodman and Austin Wertheimer D. Fleet Hill and Walter J. Popper Nancy and Philip Kukura Heidi Lehner and Paul Milbury Monica and Michael Lehner Eileen and Dan Logan Barbara Roberts and David B. Roberts ’67 Christine Balko Slywotzky and Adrian Slywotzky Hilary Wodlinger Petropoulos Art Scholars Program Fund The Petropoulos Art Scholars Program Fund honors the memory of John B. Petropoulos P’93, a beloved member of the B&N and BB&N Upper School Art Department faculty from 1962 to 1982. The Petropoulos Art Scholars Program provides an enriched experience for Upper School students who participate in independent study programs in the visual and performing arts. Julia Petropoulos Coupland ’93 William S. Lawrence ’76


Al Rossiter Child Development Faculty Support Fund Established in honor of former Assistant Head of School Al Rossiter,, whose commitment to his students and their families made a significant difference in students’ adolescent development and mental health, this Fund supports faculty and staff professional development in the area of child development and childhood mental health. Jerry Avorn and Karen Tucker Craig B. Stonestreet ’49 Fund Established in 1991 by family and friends in memory of Craig B. Stonestreet ’49, Former Director of the Upper School, this Fund is used to provide financial aid to deserving Upper School scholar-athletes.The Fund also provides an annual prize to a member of the junior class in recognition of high scholarship, excellence in athletics, and constructive influence within the School. Robert Duggan F. Mark Fariborz ’91 Leigh P. Hogan Paul G. Kirby ’52 and Claire Kirby Peter Levitt ’84 and Adriana Levitt Michael B. Moskow ’51 and Donna Moskow Frank T. Schettino, Jr. ’88 Roger S. Sohn ’69 John Stonestreet ’84 and Leslie Stonestreet Wilma Stonestreet David Sze ’84 Peter and Ann Tower Jonathan Uhrig and Jennifer Stonestreet Uhrig Thompson Foster Street Foundation Fund Established in 2004 by David J. Thompson ’85 and Elizabeth Thompson, this Fund supports BB&N’s financial aid program with a preference for a scholar-athlete from a diverse ethnic background. David Thompson ’85 and Elizabeth Thompson

Wu Scholar Fund Established in 2015 by Fan Wu ’98 to honor his parents, this Fund supports BB&N’s financial aid program. Fan Wu ’98

Upper School Building Project Estate of Harvey and Farla Krentzman

Opening Minds Campaign The Nicholas Family Eric Slifka ’83

D ON OR S: SPEC IA L

Upper School Theater Name-a-Seat Initiative Joseph Lehár ’81 and Nora Ghillány ’80 Michael Horwitz and Kasey Kaufman Richard Licht and Roanne Sragow Licht

PR OGR A M S A N D IN IT IAT IVES DO NO RS : CAPITA L PR OJ EC T S

The Family Cooperative Daycare Center Expansion Anonymous (1) Ofer and Shelly Nemirovsky Lower School Science, Technology, and Music Center George Baldwin

Archive History Project Igor R. Blake ’47 Michele and Dean Chaffe Theresa Harrigan and Ronald Grieger Diversity Initiatives Kamesh Aiyer and Geeta Bhide Aiyer Chester S. Beattie, Jr. ’74 and Brenda Coleman-Beattie Adrianne Elizabeth Vincent

Urban Connections Program Kristen Bowden John and Janice Gould

Makerspace Program Bob and Penny Bi Middle School Building Project Stuart Ablon ’88 Leslie Ahlstrand ’08 Jeffrey Barber and Kimberly Hsu-Barber Matthew Berlin and Simone Liebman Kate and Chuck Brizius Rosalind E. Gorin ’62 and Matthew Budd Joannes and Suzanne Grevelink Jason P. Hafler ’00 and Abigail Bristol Hafler Pamela Hardee Jackson ’62 and F. Gardner Jackson, Jr. Sol and Elizabeth Kumin Ken and Vicky Lang Debbie Longstreet and Peter Lipson Frank and Kelly Panayotou Randy Peeler and Kate Kellogg Matthew Rubins and Meredith Rosenberg Sidman Family Foundation: Matthew Sidman ’90 and Lori Sidman, Hope Sidman ’88, and Paula Sidman Susan F. Smith (dec.) and Richard A. Smith ‘42 Soyoun and Megan Song Charlotte and Herbert S. Wagner III Bracebridge Hemyng Young, Jr. and Landis Becker Young Ted and Lilly Yun

“M ID D LE S C H OOLE R S R E S P ON D TO WHAT’ S A R OU N D TH E M IN P OW E R FU L WAYS. TH E Y N E E D C OMMU N ITY S PA C E—PLACES TO C OME TOGE TH E R , H A N G OUT, AND C OLLA B OR ATE . B U T E A C H OF THEM ALSO N E E D S TO FE E L LIK E TH E R E ’S A PLACE ON TH IS C A MP U S TH AT’S JU S T FO R THEM , A N D TH E R E N OVATION P R OJE CT HAS MA D E A LL TH IS P OS S IB LE , A N D M O RE. ”

— Mary Dolbear, Director of the Middle School On opening of the Renovated Middle School Campus, January 2016

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T HE AL MY SO CI ET Y Each year, thoughtful individuals and families invest in the School’s future through their estate plans. There is a unique story behind each and every one of these legacies but they all have the same ultimate goal: to maintain the strength, integrity, and value of the BB&N experience for future generations of students. If you have arranged to support BB&N through your charitable estate plans like the generous alumni/ae, parents, and friends recognized below, please contact Janet Rosen at 617-800-2729 or jrosen@bbns.org so that we can welcome you as a member of The Almy Society. To read more about BB&N’s Planned and Deferred Giving program, visit bbns.plannedgiving.org. The Almy Society gratefully recognizes the following alumni/ae, parents, grandparents, faculty, staff, and friends who have included BB&N in their long-term philanthropic plans.

Middle School art teacher Stephanie Moon demonstrates printmaking at the Middle School Arts Knight as Kelsey Ji ’20 looks on.

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Anonymous (6) Michael J. Bucuvalas ’66 and Martha Bucuvalas Edward J. Bursk, Jr. ’50 Arthur M. Bylin ’54 Elizabeth S. Cahn ’85 Margaret A. Carver ’44 Cynthia Chace ’70 Richard M. Chalfen ’60 Christopher R. Decker ’82 Robert Dole ’52 and Marguerite Dole Judith S. Donath James M. Donovan ’61 Laurence Etter (dec.) and Elizabeth Etter Thomas A. Fitzgerald, Jr. ’53 Nancy Hoadley Fryberger ’54 and Dick Fryberger Lincoln B. Gamble ’76 Theodore B. Gazarian ’49 Seth Gibson ’53 John P. Grinold ’53 and Catherine Grinold George W. Jones ’47 Karen J. Kalina ’81 Brenda Luquer ’62 Deirdre Nansen McCloskey ’60 Scott G. McMullin ’63 Mary K. Merrill Louise A. Pfeiffer ’36 John B. Read, Jr. ’53 Robert Rosenthal and Linda Samay (dec.) Jeffrey Rudman ’66 George and Nancy Rupp Linda Samuels Mark E. Satterfield ’73 and Marian Satterfield William D. Saunders ’59 Ann Imlah Schneider ’51 Allan H. Seigal ’51 Arnold H. Singal ’54 Mallory H. Slate ’56 Duncan Smith ’48 and Joan Smith Janet M. Storella ’74 Jane Hewitt Tierney ’40

Nancy Morse Torti ’60 Klaus E. von Stutterheim ’62 Richard C. Walton ’72 Henry N. Winslow ’56 Charles F. Woodard, Jr. ’58 Benjamin T. Wright ’40 For their lasting legacies to the School, we recognize in perpetuity the following individuals whose estate gifts have been or are in the process of being realized. Their thoughtful generosity fortifies the foundations of learning and excellence at BB&N: James B. Ames Horace O. Bright ’13 Edward C. Browne ’37 Harriet Ropes Cabot ’25 Erica Barth Cawley Frank S. Cawley Edward P. Chase ’27 Mr. and Mrs. James Couzens Nicholas and Antigoni Damalas Clarence G. Davenport ’26 Suzanne A. Fleischner ’48 Phillips N. Gordon ’43 Malcolm S. Hayden Peter M. Hewitt ’44 William S. Howe ’47 Natalie Hoyt Nancy Griffin Jackson ’60 Herbert B. Jacobs ’43 Harvey and Farla Krentzman Andrea L. Kusko ’66 Arthur J. Lawson ’26 Ruth Rosenberg Medalia ’42 Mary Potter Meeker ’53 Constance R. Milton ’28 Nancy Morse Margaret E. Oakley Ellen C. Oppler ’46 Sarah Osborn David and Muriel K. Pokross Alice Woodman Rossiter ’33 William C. Sawyer ’47 Anna Minot Warren ’35


B B & N V OLUNT EERS

Denise Gee Michael Horwitz Freddie G. Jacobs, Jr. Emilie Kendall Albert Kim Vicky Lang Marjorie Palace Preeti Patel Leslie Riedel Micki Rowaan Lori Sidman Sara Singer Nathalie Tabor Adrianne Elizabeth Vincent

We are deeply grateful to the many parents, grandparents, alumni/ae, students, faculty, staff, and friends listed below who contributed countless hours of volunteer time to BB&N last year through various activities in support of the School’s mission. Without your efforts, BB&N could not have achieved the results and accomplishments celebrated in this report.

2015-2016 Board of Trustees

Board of Trustees

Bracebridge Hemyng Young, Jr. Chair Shelly Nemirovsky, Vice Chair/Secretary Charles A. Brizius, Vice Chair D. Randolph Peeler, Vice Chair/Treasurer Leslie Ahlstrand ’08 Jeffrey S. Barber James T. Berylson ’00 Agnes Bundy Scanlan Joseph T. Chung Gregory Clark Thomas Dingman Diala Ezzeddine Katie Gayman Mary Beth Gordon Janice Gould Jason P. Hafler ’00 Bob Higgins James P. Honan Karen Kalina ’81 Ken Lang Peter K. Levitt ’84 Erica Gervais Pappendick Clay V. Stites Janet Storella ’74 David J. Thompson ’85 Frederica C. Turner ’91 Charlotte Wagner David Williams ’78 Fan Wu ’98 Rebecca T. Upham, Head of School

Fundraising Committee

Parent Group Representatives

Ken Lang, Chair Jeffrey S. Barber James T. Berylson ’00 Charles A. Brizius Mary Beth Gordon Jason P. Hafler ’00 Karen Kalina ’81 Shelly Nemirovsky Erica Gervais Pappendick Frederica C. Turner ’91

Deepika Aggarwal Jenny Chang Janine Cozier Joslyne Decker Mariana Egan Reshma Goenka Freddie G. Jacobs, Jr. Albert Kim Jianqin Lu Leslie Riedel Syed Rizvi Adrianne Elizabeth Vincent Karla Winter

2015-2016 Alumni/ae Council

Karen Kalina ’81, Trustee, Chair Tegan Leonard Avellino ’97 Matthew Henning ’92 Mark La Camera ’88 Scott Schlager ’08

Lower School Parent Representatives

2015-2016 Parents’ Association Executive Committee

Janice Gould, President Kay Kane, Vice President Marjorie Lichtenberger, Executive Secretary Kimberly Ainsworth, Executive Treasurer Kristen Bowden Jenny Chang Anthony Cozier Janine Cozier Karen Donovan Virginia Foote

Deepika Aggarwal Kristen Alexandrov Carmen Arce-Bowen Lisa Ashton Pamela Baker Jessica Epstein Baron ’93 Irina Barrocas Tracy Bellavance Susan Brown Alexi Conine Priya Giri Desai Lauren Feldman Denise Gee Debbie Gelb Cybill Goldberg Rachel Kroner Hanselman ’89 Katherine Hardin Stephanie Harvey Gena Heidary

Alejandro P. Heyworth Lisa Kerrigan Jennifer Light ’89 Beth McDonnell Corinne Nagy Kelly Panayotou Preeti Patel Meredith Peetz-Larsen Leslie Riedel Mahshid Samani Maggie Seelig Avron Segal Meredith Shachoy Lori Sidman Elizabeth F. Silverman Judith Walsh Allison Walton Megan Weeks Elizabeth White Towne Williams Karla Winter Middle School Parent Representatives

Karima Aust Adelina Carney Jennifer Cassedy Claire Corcoran Doran Donovan Karen Donovan Chantal Firmin Sheila Galligan Katie Griffin Marcia Head Yiqi Jin Beth Kressley Goldstein Vicky Lang Jennifer Lerner Francis Lichtenberger Renee Lunceford Kerry McGill Corinne Noyes Caroline Oberg Marjorie Palace Joan Rosenberg Micki Rowaan Tara Savitz Sara Singer Fredrik Velander Christine Hogan Ward ’86 V O L U N T E E R S 57


Upper School Parent Representatives

Tanya Arpiarian Heliana Attie Kristen Bowden Agnes Bundy Scanlan Anthony Cozier Doran Donovan Peggy Fitzgerald Scott Fusco Rachael Goldfarb Julie Jalelian Julie A. Jolin Susan Kavoogian Emilie Kendall Rebekah LaCava Vicky Lang Becky Levin Richard P. Lovett and Barbara A. Piette Christina Mann Marcy McGourty Eileen McNeely Shelly Nemirovsky Ingrid Belete Núñez Dinah Olanoff William Peng and Hong Geng Roanne Licht Joan Strodel Nathalie Tabor Becky Velander Karen Wang Beebe Wiegand Lilly Yun Lower School Circus Volunteers

Alexi Conine, Chair Avron Segal, Treasurer Jed Bailey Pamela Baker Jessica Epstein Baron ’93 Kristin Casey Janine Cozier Genevieve Cremaldi ’87 Diala Ezzeddine Karen Fabbri Janice Gould Kristine Higgins Darla Jelley

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Lisa Kerrigan Anastasia Leyden Kathryn Young McCullough ’98 Corinne Nagy Kelly Panayotou Preeti Patel Meredith Peetz-Larsen Michael Rorick Apple Stephen ’88 Lydia Vagts ’81 Elizabeth White Admissions Tour Guides

Deepika Aggarwal Jonna Marie Angelone Lisa Ashton Edward Belz Judith Bijesse James Bowen Katie Curhan Maria Durant Rachel Kroner Hanselman ’89 Gena Heidary Kristine Higgins Justin M. Hildebrandt, Sr. A.J. Hodgson Jennifer Keddy Lisa Kerrigan Tania Kluzak Peter Lipson Kathryn Young McCullough ’98 Daniel Medwed ’87 Peter M. Nicholas, Jr. ’88 Erica Gervais Pappendick Meredith Peetz-Larsen Shep Perkins Donald Richards Leslie Riedel Edward Saad Ila Shah Fiona Soni Gillien Todd Fredrik Velander Danielle West Towne Williams Folk-Man and Monera Wong

B B & N F U N D R A ISIN G VOL U N T EER S

BB&N Fund Executive Committee

Ken Lang, Trustee, BB&N Fund Chair Charles Gifford, BB&N Fund Co-Chair John Hanselman, BB&N Fund Co-Chair Shelly Nemirovsky, Trustee, BB&N Fund Co-Chair Diane Chapman, Upper School Campus Chair Becky Velander, Middle School Campus Chair Frederica C. Turner ’91, Lower School Campus Chair BB&N Fund Parent Volunteers

Alex Ablon Lisa Ashton Beth Myers Azano ’95 Pamela Baker Lori Belz James R. Bordewick, Jr. Kate Brizius Domenic A. Capossela Yola Cobert Kate Enroth Jennifer Epstein Karen Eton Karen Fabbri John Flahive Kimathi Foster Eric M. Hoagland ’88 Nikki Jacobs Paula Kolbas William McKinley Daniel Medwed ’87 Shep Perkins Kara Pitt Melissa Reilly BB&N Fund Past Parent Volunteers

Cherise Bransfield Heidi Lehner Carl and Karin Lieberman Philip and Elizabeth Loughlin Paul Maeder and Gwill York

Kate De Normandie McCarey ’81 Jeffrey Moore and Barbara Southcote Kim Noltemy Steven and Ellen Segal BB&N Fund Grandparent Volunteers

Richard and Pat Light BB&N Fund Faculty/Staff Volunteers

Mark Lindberg Louise Makrauer Beth McNamara Jesse A. Sarzana ’93 Shera Selzer Anthony Reppucci Bill Rogers 2015-2016 Senior Parents’ Gift Committee

Ken and Vicky Lang, Co-Chairs David and Jocelyn Sand, Co-Chairs James S. Allan and Susan E. Sunbury Jeffrey and Sarah Beir Kristen Bowden Mark and Liz Burnett Carlos and Ania Camargo Jack and Cheryl Cronin Joseph DeSantis and Amy Lipton Neil Druker and Jodi MacKinnon Beatrice Firempong John and Janice Gould Amy Grossman Drew and Shannon Hayden Michael Horwitz and Kasey Kaufman Wenhua Jiang Brian and Susan Kavoogian Michael and Monica Lehner Josh Levy and Rachel Rock Mary Loeken Ofer and Shelly Nemirovsky Wei Lucy Qiu David Strodel ’78 and Joan Strodel


Sixth Grade Gift Committee

Diala Ezzeddine, Co-Chair Erica Gervais Pappendick, Co-Chair Lori Sidman, Co-Chair Jessie Chen Manisha Eckton Kate Enroth Gina Foote Beth McDonnell Beth Waisburd Nathalie Wallace Elizabeth Erdreich White

A LU MN I/A E V OL UNT E E RS

Reunion Volunteers

Sahar Aminipour ’96 Tamara Ashford ’86 Morgan Baker Brelis ’76 Adam Balogh ’81 Haley Barrows ’11 Susan Williams Beckhorn ’71 Susan Herzlinger Botein ’91 Victoria Bresnahan ’06 Annie Brewster ’86 Aberre C. Broome ’91 Katherine Norberg Brunner ’91 Michael E. Burns ’81 Terrence A. Butt ’91 Mallory Grace Carroll ’11 Rachel Smollen Carter ’81 Corinne L. Case ’01 Matthew Castaldo ’11 Caroline Schaefer Del Col ’91 Nina Biggar Del Vecchio ’86 Angela DeVecchi ’81 Matthias Donelan, Jr. ’06 Matthew K. Englander ’96 Rick Foresteire ’86 Jeff Friedman ’01 Leila Gharagozlou ’11 Lisa L. Gianelly ’81 Joshua D. Goldman ’01 Déborah Xiadani Guzmán-Buchness ’11 Hallie Hesslein ’11 Wilson Ho ’11

Jonathan W. Hodgson ’91 Kathryn Kargman Holden ’01 Richmond Holden III ’01 Suzanne Balise Holmes ’81 Susan M. Kahn ’81 Karen Kalina ’81 Emily Kumler Kaplan ’96 Elizabeth Kerwin-Miller ’06 Elizabeth Kidder ’06 William Lawrence ’76 Emily Leventhal ’96 Sarah Montgomery Lewis ’01 Jennifer Lebowitz London ’86 Robert Mathai ’11 Kate De Normandie McCarey ’81 Jane E. Minasian ’76 Kate Champion Murphy ’81 Kerri Tyman Obstein ’96 Dan Oshima ’06 Timothy J. Parks ’01 Ingrid Parl ’06 Sarah Eliza Petrow ’96 Lauren Plumley ’01 Marc Pulde ’06 Danielle C. Reny ’11 James E. Riley, Jr. ’91 Peter A. Savarese ’11 Polly Scannell ’76 Sarah Smith ’86 Michael Stacchi ’91 Jacqueline A. Stephen ’86 Marilee Moy Thompson ’76 Karen Todd ’91 Frederica C. Turner ’91 Andrew Upton ’81 Dascha Weir ’91 Kim Ablon Whitney ’91 Eric D. Wolkoff ’01

Joseph R. DeSimone ’16 Elizabeth V. Foot ’16 Homa Gharagozlou ’16 Lily C. Himmelman ’16 Sihak Lee ’16 Samantha E. Randall ’16 Louis M. Stein ’16 Buckingham Five

Cynthia Chace ’70 Nancy Hoadley Fryberger ’54 Rosalind Gorin ’62 Pamela Hardee Jackson ’62 Nancy Morse Torti ’60 Class Secretaries

Betsy Ludwig Abdallah ’88 Andrew T. Adams ’62 C. Richard Anderson ’61 Alison Koff Arnstein ’82 Charles Atherton ’64 Frances Atherton ’67 Philip Auerbach ’97 Beth Myers Azano ’95 David M. Banash ’68 Sara Ciotti Bavaro ’91 Kathrene Tiffany Bell ’99

Thomas K. Blake ’71 Jennifer Berylson Block ’97 Kristin Tyman Brawn ’00 Ann Simmons Butler ’47 Jack Carlson ’05 Cynthia Chace ’70 Melvin H. Chalfen ’44 Richard M. Chalfen ’60 Randi Stempler Chen ’80 Meredith L. Coburn ’03 Adam F. Cohen ’01 Robert A. Cohen ’82 Lilla Curran ’98 Elizabeth Howie Dank ’00 Sumi Paek DeBenedittis ’93 Linda Thimann Dewing ’61 Anne Diamond ’98 William Dole ’46 Alexis Boyle Egan ’93 Michael Ellis ’99 Erica Lenk Emmet ’72 Kendrick Terrell Evans ’10 Sophia Fregosi ’94 Nancy Hoadley Fryberger ’54 Virginia Angevine Fuller ’50 Kevyn Barbera Fusco ’83 Robert N. Ganz, Jr. ’43

“I N TH IS , MY LA S T Y E A R AT B B &N, I A M E S P E C IA LLY GR ATE FU L FO R YO UR S U P P OR T OF MY TIME H E R E . THE CLASSES

2015-2016 Senior Class

I’V E TA K E N A N D TH E P E OP LE I ’ VE M ET

Ambassador Committee

Aaron I. Cronin ’16, Co-Chair Liam S. Jolley ’16, Co-Chair Sarah A. Kavoogian ’16, Co-Chair Sarah E. Nowiszewski ’16, Co-Chair Tajwar Ahad ’16 Talia E. Curhan ’16

H AV E B E E N IN C R E D IB LY IMP ORTANT TO ME , A N D I K N OW TH AT MY TIME AT THI S S C H OOL W ILL S TAY W ITH ME FO REVER. ”

— Class of 2016 Senior

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Joe Ghory ’98 Ellen Smith Giblin ’56 (dec.) John T. Giblin ’56 Jaime Bard Goldstein ’98 Sarah Gottlieb ’10 Trina Barnett Grantham ’62 Matthew Griffin ’97 Brenda Gross ’75 Lauren Gross ’01 Ben Grossman ’98 Jason P. Hafler ’00 George Hansen, Jr. ’45 Norman E. Hansen ’47 Katharine Herrup ’00 Rebecca Heymann ’06 Richmond Holden III ’01 Joan Floe Holdgate ’57 Cathleen Howard Holmes ’80 Suzanne Balise Holmes ’81 Caroline Howard ’64 Ethan Jacks ’72 Nathaniel Jacks ’99 Douglas Jackson ’59 Eric Jacobson ’90 Greg James ’98

Matthew Javitch ’00 Andrew H. Jewett ’01 Rory Jones ’01 George P. Kacoyanis ’67 Julia Kennedy ’91 Katherine Thorpe Kerr ’00 Keri-Ann Gill Laidlaw ’89 William Lawrence ’76 Alix Leader-Cramer ’99 Mark Leeds ’83 Emily Leinbach ’09 Carolyn Levitan ’09 Richard Litner ’63 Lauretta Katz MacColman ’66 Frederick Sanjeeve Martyn ’97 Edward Mason ’51 Phillip McCarthy ’97 Robert McManmon ’00 Jacob Meyer ’97 Nathaniel Meyer ’97 Jennifer Borden Mikell ’83 Mary Whiston Moura ’69 Jesse Needleman ’96 Oliver Uhl Nordlinger ’99 Sarah Puglia O’Brien ’97

Lydia Phippen Ogilby ’38 Geoff Pardo ’89 Alison Parker ’09 Timothy J. Parks ’01 Johanna Larson Perry ’49 Jacob H. Peters ’97 Gail Wallins Plotkin ’66 Susan Harwich Pollock ’55 Jon Pressman ’79 Jeannine Privitera ’82 Alisa Ray ’98 Joanna deVaron Reynolds ’67 Kristen Gill Reynolds ’86 Aldis Russell ’94 Patrice Ryce ’02 Jane Coles Ryter ’80 Rebekah Splaine Salwasser ’97 Carolina Samudio-Ortega ’99 Mark Satterfield ’73 Serena Satyasai ’87 Lawrence M. Schell ’66 Michael Schnitman ’92 Michelle Shortsleeve ’03 Arthur Shurcliff ’60 Matthew Slovik ’00

Christine Hill Smith ’73 Duncan Smith ’48 Bradford Sohn ’98 Ali Gifford Stevens ’86 Roger Sturgis ’70 Elspeth Eustis Taylor ’63 Elizabeth Terry ’84 Derek Townsend ’94 Natasha Velickovic ’97 Betsy Baum Vickers ’60 Richard Waring ’70 Mia Weiss ’07 Lindsay W. White ’05 Pete White ’50 Tim N. Whiting ’65 Beth Whitlock ’85 Amy Tobin Wilson ’97 Leverett Wing ’86 Charles F. Woodard, Jr. ’58 Eyob Yohannes ’04 Adam Zalisk ’03 Natalie Zervas ’01

The 2015-2016 Report of Giving is published by the BB&N Office of External Affairs. Every effort has been made to ensure that the information included in this report is accurate and complete. If you note any errors or omissions, please accept our apologies and notify the Office of External Affairs at 617-800-2729 so that we can correct our records.

Boys crew team representing BB&N in the Head of the Charles Regatta, Fall 2015: Jack Truesdale ’16, Matthew Siff ’17, Lily Druker ’18, Liam Jolley ’16, and Alex Evenchik ’17. 60

Editors: Sherwood C. Haskins, Jr., Assistant Head for External Affairs Kelly Greene Fantegrossi, Director of The BB&N Fund Meg Macri, Manager of Advancement Services Janet Rosen, Director of Stewardship and Office of External Affairs Communications Katie Small, Director of Development Audrey Wallace, Assistant Director, The BB&N Fund

Design:

Marc Harpin, Rhumba Design

Photography: Lisa Abitbol, Karina Baum, Parrish Dobson, Maya Higgins, Eric Nordberg ’88, Shawn Read, Caity Sprague, Joshua Touster


Layla Mathieu ’20 gives two “thumbs up” to the new Middle School Campus.


Buckingham Browne & Nichols School 80 Gerry’s Landing Road Cambridge, MA 02138

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is to p r o m o t e s c h o l a r s h i p, i n t e g r i t y , and k i n d n e s s in d i v e r s e , c u r i o u s , and m o t i v a t e d s t u d e n t s . The S c h o o l p r e p a r e s s t u d e n t s for l i v e s of p r i n c i p l e d e n g a g e m e n t in t h e i r c o m m u n i t i e s and the w o r l d . BB&N’s mission

BB&N Report of Giving 2015-2016