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Postscripts 2018


MAYFIELD SENIOR SCHOOL of the Holy Child Jesus

Designed for learning,

created with love

We are bold, we are insightful, we are joyful. In all that we do as Holy Child educators, we draw inspiration from our beloved Cornelia Connelly, foundress of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus. This edition of Postscripts magazine celebrates our commitment to design curriculum to “meet the wants of the age,” as Cornelia challenged us in one of her enduring teachings. Yet, all we do at Mayfield is created with love, because at the heart of Holy Child education lies our mission to show girls how much they are loved by God, who lives and acts in them in our world.

Statement of Philosophy Mayfield Senior School of the Holy Child Jesus is a Catholic, independent, college preparatory school for young women sponsored by the Society of the Holy Child Jesus. The school is committed to academic excellence within the context of Christian values. Mayfield’s philosophy is rooted in the belief that knowledge is best gained in an atmosphere of disciplined thought, personal concern and religious awareness. Mayfield fosters each student’s intellectual, spiritual, artistic, emotional, and physical gifts, thereby enabling each to make a meaningful contribution to society. Mayfield also challenges each student to reach beyond herself and render service to others.

ABOUT THE COVER Dr. Alli Akagi supervises a chemistry experiment with Emma Cadena ’20. Mayfield chemistry classes are packed with engaging lab work as part of a major overhaul of our science curriculum, designed to strengthen the foundational skills of our young scientists. 2




Kimberly Gomez Melissa Kobe Iris Schneider

Table of Contents

Message from the Head of School


Letter from the Chair of the Board of Trustees

Welcome New Board Members

Mission Effectiveness

Featured Stories

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Annual Report on Philanthropy 2016-17

Homecoming & Reunions 2018

Class of 2018 Matriculation

Class Notes

In Memoriam

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Stephanie Chavez Director of Communications ANNUAL REPORT ON PHILANTHROPY

Angela Howell ’76 Nicole Cosand Michele Hilland Director of Development Director of Annual Giving Development Data Manager & Alumnae Relations



Meage fom the Head of School What would Cornelia Connelly do? Almost every day I ask myself this question. I think our foundress Cornelia would suggest that I simply listen. Cornelia believed in the great power of listening and famously asked herself: “Is mine a listening soul?” She believed that in order to “meet the wants of the age” one must listen not only to the wisdom of those who surround us, but to that beautiful soft voice of the Holy Child within. I think that Cornelia would very much approve of our initiatives this year, many of which were developed based on listening—especially to our incredible alumnae. We designed our programs for 21st-century learning, keeping in mind the love and joy that Cornelia created in her schools. ADMINISTRATION 2017-18 Head of School Kate Morin Assistant Head for Academics Toi Webster Treister ’82 Director of Communications Stephanie Chavez Director of Development Angela Howell ’76 Director of Facilities Connie Peters Director of Admissions Merilisa Ramirez Director of Finance Cynthia Riegsecker

Alums told us that Mayfield had prepared them extremely well academically for college, but they wished they had been more intentionally prepared for “real world” issues after leaving our Mayfield cocoon. We began to ask ourselves, “What would Cornelia Connelly do?” Our new Formation of Self program addresses that need. Developed by our in-house team of experts, this four-year health, wellness and life skills curriculum strives to help our students grow into adulthood with strength. We also listened to our alums when they said they would have appreciated varied opportunities to hone leadership skills. To that end, for the first time a delegation of Mayfield students attended the National Student Diversity Leadership Conference in Anaheim. Our Campus Ministry Council members were given increased responsibilities, helping them become the faith leaders for our community. Our athletes, too, stepped up through the Athletic Leadership Council. Our alums also said they left Mayfield with great math skills and a fabulous background in biology. Yet expanded science offerings—especially in computer science—would have also been a great benefit. That insight spurred us to take a deep look at our science program, leading us to adopt a “Physics First” curriculum, with all freshmen taking conceptual physics beginning in the 2016-17 school year. The transition has gone wonderfully—even though it meant that almost half our student body studied chemistry this year! In addition we jump-started our computer science program by implementing coding across the curriculum. Every student completed at least one coding project in every class. With all the enthusiasm this created, we have enrolled two full sections of AP Computer Science for next year. As we focus during the 2018-19 school year on strengthening our Holy Child charism through the Mission Effectiveness process, we will continue to do a lot of listening and we will keep asking ourselves: What would Cornelia do? We will be relying on our entire community to help us find the answers.

With Love and Gratitude,

Kate Morin






Meage fom the Board of Trustees Chair

Joe and Diana Eisele with son Sam and their daughter, Alexandra Eisele ’14, at her Mayfield graduation.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2017-18 Chair Joe Eisele Vice Chair & Treasurer Robert Neithart Secretary Jessica Korzenecki Representative for the Society of the Holy Child Jesus Sr. Sheila McNiff ’56, SHCJ Michael Alvarez Geoffrey Bland Adriann Grieco Cocker ’93 Julie Condon Elizabeth Ernster ’95 Anneke Osterkamp Greco ’99 John Hotchkis Mark Ladd William Lewis May Low Michael Maddigan Britt McConnell Linda Mennis Kelly Nelson Nakasone ’93 Rev. Wayne R. Negrete, SJ Shadi Sanbar John Snider Ex Officio Member of the Board of Trustees Kate Morin Head of School

My wife, Diana, and I are actively involved with Mayfield Senior School for one reason: our daughter, Alexandra Eisele ’14. To say our experience was tremendous would be an understatement. Alexandra, who just graduated from the University of Notre Dame, not only grew into a strong student at Mayfield, but she also thrived in its loving and nurturing environment. I know her Mayfield friendships will last a lifetime. I have always believed that you give back to those who have given to you. Mayfield helped us with the formation of the best gift of all—our confident, intelligent and loving daughter. Like so many graduates, she is working to make this world a better place. I am humbled and honored to be the chair of a wonderfully talented and committed Board of Trustees and to give back to a school that has given so much to our family. In May, Head of School Kate Morin allowed me and other board members to observe classes for a day. I saw how the charism of the Holy Child permeates a learning environment where students are encouraged to be themselves. I saw a vibrant diversity on campus that is so important to learning. I believe that students cannot be great thought leaders unless they are cognizant of, and open to, diverse ethnicities, cultures and points of view. Inside the classroom, motivated teachers provided an excellent and caring learning environment and I was inspired by student engagement. In our small classes, students supported and challenged each other in a safe and respectful space that reflected the qualities of an all-girls education. I heard a lot of laughter and saw diligent, hard work in their presentations and command of subject matter. Lastly, the beauty of the Mayfield campus continues to overwhelm me. I believe it is one of the most beautiful academic institutions in all of California. As I spent my “day in school” I couldn’t help to think how energizing it must be for students to attend a school designed for excellence in learning, yet filled with love. As I reflect on the 2017-18 school year, I would like to acknowledge Kate, our exceptional Head of School, who we are blessed to have as our loving leader. I would like to thank the administration, faculty and staff; your passion is unparalleled. To our generous donors, your remarkable support is helping to develop the next generation of women leaders of faith. I am grateful to our dedicated board members who continually guide us with wisdom. Finally, thank you to current parents for entrusting your daughters to Mayfield. I am confident you will find your experience as joyful as ours was with Alexandra. I look forward to watching your daughters, too, change our world for the better.


Joe Eisele 6


New Trustees

We welcome and extend heartfelt thanks to our new board members, who so graciously share their expertise to continuously improve Mayfield.

Shadi Sanbar Shadi brings insightful financial expertise to his service at Mayfield. He is the retired Chief Financial Officer of Kingdom Holding Company, a Saudi publicly listed company, and currently serves as Advisor to its Chairman. He is the proud father of Alicia ’17, whose lovely voice and kind spirit graced our Women’s Ensemble.

R. Michael Alvarez Michael, a professor of Political Science at Caltech, is a specialist in Behavioral and Social Neuroscience and Statistical Methodology. We are grateful for his hands-on work with both the Communications and Admissions Committee and the Advancement Committee. His daughter, Sophia ’19, is a voracious reader, deep thinker and president of the Page Turners book club.

Kelly Nakasone ’93 Kelly’s dynamic career in marketing and strategic planning is an asset to Mayfield’s Communications and Admissions Committee, where her insights and creative thinking are helping to move us forward in exciting ways. Plus, as an alumna, Kelly instinctively knows and loves Mayfield. Her two children Penelope, 12, and Holland, 7, attend Mayfield Junior School.

John Hotchkis John is the founder and president of Hotchkis Performance, which designs and engineers race car suspension systems. His business acumen and leadership are great assets to our Advancement Committee. He and his wife, Courtney, are true do-ers at Mayfield. They have been longtime Booster Club leaders and Courtney is the incoming Parents Board Chair. Their daughter, Ellery ’21, is an avid equestrian. Perry ’16, also a sports enthusiast while at Mayfield, attends UC Berkeley.



What is “MISSIoN EFFECTIVENESS”? My dear friend and mentor, Sr. Barbara Mullen, SHCJ, taught me so much about the spirit of Mayfield and what it means to be a member of our Holy Child community. On my last visit with her before she died, I promised her I would remember all that she taught me and I pledged to channel her strength to keep that spirit and knowledge alive through my actions. So when Head of School Kate Morin asked me to chair the Holy Child Mission Effectiveness Steering Committee, I saw this as a message from Sr. Barbara, an opportunity to transform my promises into action. Without hesitation, I said yes. MISSION EFFECTIVENESS STEERING COMMITTEE 2018-19 Kate Morin Head of School Ann Pibel (Ellen Tirapelle ’16) Director of the Library Ron Castelo Theology Teacher Julie Condon (Amy ’91) Board of Trustees Member Nicole Cosand Director of Annual Giving and Alumnae Relations Cathy Cota (Rachel ’04, Carolyn ’06) School Nurse Annie Pontrelli (Sally ’21) Mathematics Teacher Jade Stewart ’09 Assistant Director of Admissions Tina Zapata Social Studies Teacher



Let me explain the Mission Effectiveness process. Every six years, each Holy Child school is asked to examine how it is meeting the seven Goals of a Holy Child education. This “Mission Effectiveness” process provides us with a framework to look at all aspects of life at Mayfield through the lens of the Holy Child philosophy that distinguishes our school. Because joy is an integral part of who we are, we will celebrate our unique identity during the 2018-19 school year with special gatherings, prayer services, and other activities that enrich our understanding and appreciation of what it means to be a Holy Child school. A team of educators from Holy Child schools across the country will help guide us through the process. Together, our Mayfield Steering Committee and the Visiting Committee will formulate a plan to ensure we retain and maintain our standing in the Holy Child Network of Schools. I have faith that the rich and diverse collective wisdom of our community—including faculty, staff, students, parents, Board of Trustee members, and alumnae—will inform our self study in a way that will guarantee we continue to live Holy Child values. There will be numerous opportunities to contribute to this important process. The Steering Committee invites all who have invested time, energy, and love in Mayfield to take an active role in the Mission Effectiveness cycle and celebrations.

With gratitude,

Ann Pibel

Chair, Mission Effectiveness Committee

It’s about how we are embracing the seven Goals of a Holy Child Education “Every day I pray that God’s love is reflected through me to others and that when people see me, they’ll see the love of God.” — CATHY COTA

Goal 1

Holy Child Schools foster a faith commitment that engenders

a joyous personal relationship with God

Goal 3

Goal 2

Holy Child Schools live, learn, and worship as a

in addressing the challenges of the world.

dynamic Christian community.

Goal 5

Holy Child Schools create a learning climate based on

trust and reverence for the dignity and uniqueness of each person.

Holy Child Schools offer an intellectually challenging and creative program of study that develops a

love of learning and academic excellence.

Goal 6

Holy Child Schools promote the personal

growth and development of all who participate in the life of the school.

“We all need to treat every human we meet with the eyes of Cornelia, looking to improve both the smallest aspect of our community to the largest problem of the world.”

Goal 4

Holy Child Schools work for Christian principles of justice, peace, and

compassion in every facet of life.

Goal 7

Holy Child Schools

ensure the continuation and growth of Holy Child mission

and philosophy in the school.

This is why we undertake the Mission Effectiveness self-study process every six years. We are dedicating our work this year to Sr. Barbara, whose loving spirit guides us.




The oversized periodic table—that familiar tabular arrangement of chemical elements ordered by atomic numbers and electronic configurations— hangs high in Room 201 of Hayden for all students to see. And therein lies the challenge. “This atomic world, that periodic table is totally abstract—you can’t see atoms,” chemistry teacher Jim Loughrie said. “So what we have to do is teach students to think abstractly about concrete things. We have to show them how this periodic table has real applications in the physical world to solve problems.” The power duo of Mr. Loughrie, a deeply experienced high school science teacher with a penchant for classroom creativity, and Dr. Alli Akagi, a newly minted Caltech Ph.D. with exacting expectations and a passion for all-girls education, have been at the forefront of student engagement in what we are calling “The Year of Chemistry.” A peek inside Mr. Loughrie’s class shows the dynamics at work for first-time chem students. “Chemistry,” he told his students, “is like an adventure story—you think you know the plot, but be prepared for the unexpected. Think of the periodic table as your vocabulary words and equations as your sentences,” he explained. >>



Mayfield’s young chemists are really storytellers. Science curriculum overhaul brings on ‘Year of Chemistry’



ALL ABOUT ALLI Favorite chemical H2O. “Life is so dependent upon it. I prefer to consume it in the form of Diet Coke or coffee.”

>> Mayfield’s ‘Year of Chemistry’ continued from page 11 “The reaction that takes place is the unfolding story,” he said as the students prepared for a lab experiment. “And you are telling it through a set of symbols and equations.” The surge in chemistry classes was prompted by an overhaul of our science curriculum, designed to strengthen lab-driven courses to better prepare students for upper-division and Advanced Placement science and technology classes. For the first time last year, all freshmen were required to take Conceptual Physics. All sophomores must now take chemistry, as do juniors who are on the old science track. Next year biology will undergo an enrollment bulge. Then science class enrollment will stabilize. Three years of science, rather than two, are now required, although the majority of students take four years. Many strengthen their science course loads with additional electives. “Our goal is to take our freshmen girls and give them a very positive experience with science,” said Theresa Peters, Science Department Chair and biology teacher. “We want to remove any fears that girls can’t do science.” The freshman Conceptual Physics course lays the foundation for biology, chemistry and all other sciences. Sophomore chemistry class introduces students to understanding the world on a chemical level—as simple as calculating the amount of chemicals needed to fill a baggie until it is rigid or as complex as understanding why the coral reefs are dissolving. Or, in one class session, students learned to tell a chemical reaction story with a surprise ending. Test tubes and droppers at hand, students in Mr. Loughrie’s class mixed a strong base into a copper solution to produce a blue solid. After heating it, they were surprised to see



the solid turned black. They then added an acid and, like magic, the whole thing dissolved into a blue solution. The final step involved adding aluminum, causing a red metal to form. “Wait…What? Did we just make copper?” a student asked. At the end of the experiment, their story looked like this: Cu(NO3)2 + 2NaOH n Cu(OH)2 + 2NaNO3 Cu(OH)2 n CuO + H2O CuO + 2HCl n CuCl2 + H2O 3CuCl2 + 2Al n 3Cu + 2AlCl3 “You never really know what is going to happen, but it’s so so exciting to see everything we have learned come to life,” said Jenna Khachatourian ’20. “It’s like each formula means something and when we write it down we are saying what is happening.” The class work was a combination of oohs and ahhs, laughter and heads-down writing, or “storytelling,” as Mr. Loughrie would call it. It’s also the kind of engaging learning at the heart of Mayfield’s Holy Child educational philosophy. Sofia Avila ’20 said Mr. Loughrie’s story analogy clicked with her. “We are telling about a journey in this experiment,” she said. “All these elements are different and when we combine them we are explaining the story of their transformation...I really feel like today we took our understanding to a whole new level.” “I feel like chemistry is new and fun today,” Jenna said. “So much is happening!”

Hogwarts House “I am a Hufflepuff with some Ravenclaw tendencies.” Pasadena haunt Slaw Dogs on North Lake Ave. “They have the best Chicago-style hot dog outside of Chicago— and trust me, I’ve done the research.” Kickin’ it— lifelong soccer sister Player: Grew up playing club soccer in Oregon. Now plays in an adult rec league in Pasadena. Coach: Mayfield Cubs JV soccer team. “They consistently made me proud by remaining positive even through tough or difficult times.” Fan: The Portland Timbers—RCTID! Study session fuel in college Pizza. “Delicious, inexpensive, and it delivers.” Favorite student traits? Curiosity and a positive attitude. Parallel universe career Baker or pastry chef. “That’s still a lot of chemistry, so does that answer even count?” Team Red or Team White? RED RED RED! Summer plans? European travels (Barcelona, Venice, Milan) and AP Chemistry prep.

“I want to make them think like scientists.”


Alli Akagi became all too aware that she was working in a male-dominated field while pursuing her doctorate in chemistry at the California Institute of Technology. “I noticed the women in grad school generally don’t offer answers or speak out as willingly as the men,” she said. But in a shared lab researching how small roundworms communicate through pheromones, Dr. Akagi noticed a focused and intense female colleague who held her ground with men in meetings, wasn’t afraid to speak out or ask questions—yet was kind. That scientist was Mayfield alumna Katherine Brugman ’08. And the connection between the two women served as a pivotal influence in Dr. Akagi’s decision to begin her teaching career at Mayfield. “During my demo lesson at Mayfield I saw how girls shouted out answers and weren’t afraid to ask questions,” Dr. Akagi said. “I realized that this must be how all Mayfield students are—and it felt right to me.” In Fall 2017, just months after achieving a long-held dream of earning her Ph.D., Dr. Akagi walked through the door of the Hayden 32 lab and began making her own inspirational mark on students. “Dr. Akagi definitely makes you work for your grade, but she teaches really well and she makes sure you understand the lesson,” said Lauren Robles ’20, who is a member of her advisee group. “Everyone in our group feels so comfortable talking to her. She really cares and has this way of understanding us.” Her classroom is heavy on lab work and she roams among lab tables answering a buzz of questions.

“My goal is not to make everyone want to major in chemistry; not everyone is going to be a scientist,” Dr. Akagi said. “But I want them to think like scientists. I want them to be curious explorers, thoughtful observers and critical thinkers.” Dr. Akagi said her own love of chemistry began at Tigard High School in the Portland, Ore., suburbs. Motivated by a tough, no-nonsense teacher who appealed to her competitive side, she discovered a sense of accomplishment solving chemistry equations. “I liked math and I liked solving problems. In the lab it all came together in a dynamic way,” she said. “I like being challenged.” She majored in chemistry at Lewis & Clark College and made a promise to herself. “I’m going to take my chemistry degree to the highest level,” she said. But on the way to graduate school, she embraced her passion for teaching. While an undergrad she worked as a high school chemistry tutor, finding satisfaction guiding students to that exhilarating “aha moment” of understanding. She took a twoyear detour and joined Teach for America. At age 22, she landed at Carl Schurz High School on the northwest side of Chicago, taking on the difficult job of teaching chemistry and biology to students who at times did not have enough to eat and held jobs to help support their families. Several of her students were not even close to being at grade-level math. Yet she persevered, bringing healthy snacks to class and setting individual goals for each student to improve their understanding of science concepts. While fulfilling her

two-year commitment, she simultaneously earned a master’s degree in teaching, applied to graduate school for chemistry—and was accepted to Caltech. “It was hard and a very high-stress environment,” she said. “In graduate school you have to figure out how to solve a problem that no one has the answer to— it was a big jump from teaching.” Caltech colleague, Ms. Brugman, a graduate student in the Biochemistry and Molecular Ph.D. program, recalled a particularly eloquent and precise presentation that Dr. Akagi made in her final year—one that disproved her own theory. “We all applauded in the end,” Ms. Brugman said. “I think it’s something all students can learn from—that it’s not really important to be correct initially, but to be willing to pursue the truth until you find it.” Dr. Akagi’s graduate experience galvanized her teaching goals as she aims to decrease students’ stress to be “right” all the time and increase curiosity and risk taking. “I want them to learn how to come up with solutions to problems based on evidence. So we are learning how to find evidence and how to synthesize it,” she said. “I look at these girls and say ‘I was exactly like this.’ ” Perhaps that is why as she guides lab work, Dr. Akagi’s most often-heard comments reassure and cheer on these fledging scientists: “Good job, really good work.” 2018 POSTSCRIPTS


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Mayfield adds a new language requirement >JavaScript Elisa Gonzales ’19 describes how the life of a teenager is inextricably linked to the digital world.

“You are always on your phone, you are always using codes and apps, a user name,” she said. “But to actually understand what is behind it? It’s super cool. It’s empowering.” Determined to educate students to “meet the wants of the age,” as our foundress Cornelia Connelly would say, Mayfield introduced a new program critical to the 21st-century education of Elisa and her classmates. Beginning in the 2017-18 school year, every student is required to learn the fundamentals of a new language, the language of code. “Coding is another means of communication and I feel very strongly this is a language that we must teach all of our students,” said Head of School Kate Morin. “What we are doing is taking coding out of the traditional computer science silo and integrating it into classes like theology, history and art.” Creativity. Critical thinking. Logical reasoning. These are the “big picture” skills that our coding program is designed to enhance, said Melissa Tighe, Math Department Chair and Director of Innovation and Community Partnerships. “Computer coding is a tool that every student and teacher



“We integrated coding in all our classes and learned that anything you can imagine, you can basically create using simple mathematics and code.” — ELISA GONZALES ’19

is now thinking about, no matter what discipline,” Mrs. Tighe said. “What we are doing is empowering our girls to be creators, not just the end users of technology. Having this skill set will enhance their success no matter what field they enter.” Using a web application called Vidcode, students are taught the fundamentals of JavaScript and create and code their own digital video projects. The curriculum teaches the basics of code, line by line, and immediately allows students to see their learning come to life on their screen. The Vidcode platform was created by three women and is geared toward how girls learn by appealing to their creative and expressive side, and pairing it with activities they enjoy—learning to make filters, memes, text and animation.

All Mayfield teachers had immersed themselves in learning the Vidcode platform over the summer to guide students. “What made it easier was that Mrs. Warren had learned how to do the coding herself,” Brooke said. “She did her own presentation and showed us examples of what she did… It was actually easier than I thought and makes a lot of sense.” Classmates Sasha Torres ’19 and Lauren Panajotovic ’19 used advanced coding to insert edited video clips in their presentation on the importance of solidarity for the common good.

This year, students were required to code at least one video presentation in each class, integrating lessons with coding skills that quickly became a valuable, normative component of Mayfield classrooms.

“You wouldn’t think theology and computer coding go together,” Sasha said. “But this project showed how the message of the Church can be spread through technology. The connections work.”

Brooke Brody ’19 and Sara Lydon ’19 clicked on “AirPlay” during theology class and up came a vivid presentation about how the Catholic Church promotes peace.

Tylene De Vine, who teaches AP English Language, found the visual and creative components of the platform could help students better understand tone in modern poetry. Students not only had to learn how to analyze a poem, but also how to write code to reflect the tone through images, text and recordings.

A bold headline announced, “Catholic Social Teaching: Peace.” A quote from Pope Francis scrolled across the bottom of his photo. “Through the darkness of today’s conflict, each and every one of us can become a bright candle…” Not only was their assignment spot-on, said Theology Department Chair Nora Warren, but Brooke and Sara also earned high marks as the masterminds behind the original JavaScript code that created their presentation.

“Our Mayfield girls like to learn and they learn fast,” Ms. De Vine said, adding that her assignment came later in the year and students were already agile with coding concepts. This introduction to coding has provoked much interest in technology, prompting high enrollment for 2018-19 school year in AP Computer Science, a course designed for all students, not just those who are interested in math and science. “I think our Vidcode project has been a great foundation for the popularity of this course,” Mrs. Tighe said. “Students saw how computer programming projects enable them to create and communicate ideas.” Elisa and her classmates agree. “I gained insights into how technology is the newest form of selfexpression,” Elisa said. “We integrated coding in all our classes and learned that anything you can imagine, you can basically create using simple mathematics and code. It’s a true culmination of what it means to be an interdisciplinary learner.”



Robotics team shows how female engineers are

taking over the controls

Elizabeth Nail ’18 demonstrates the team robot in Mayfield’s new dedicated robotics lab.

“It has been a dream come true to see my peers benefit academically and personally from the realm of engineering, and to see my fellow Girl Scouts experience first-hand the boundless joys of Mayfield.” — KEMI ASHING-GIWA ’18, who joined the robotics team before it found its Mayfield home



Righty tighty, lefty loosey. That was the extent of Elizabeth Nail’s technical experience when she joined the robotics team at the start of her senior year at Mayfield. “When I started I couldn’t tell a nut from a washer, and I had to chant ‘righty tighty, lefty loosey’ under my breath every time I used a screwdriver,” said Elizabeth ’18. Five months later she was travelling to Seattle with the Javabots, one of the top robotics teams in the West, which had earned a spot at a “Super Regional” competition. Thanks to a new partnership with the Girl Scouts of America and its award-winning robotics teams, eight Mayfield students have experienced transformative learning through engineering teamwork. Elizabeth said her intense curiosity to explore technology in action moved her to make the major time commitment to join the Mayfield-based team, which meets after school and on Saturdays. Plus, she had been hearing about the thrill of designing and building robots from her good friend, Kemi Ashing-Giwa ’18, a five-year member of the Girl Scouts team. “I’ve learned that design is a long, hard road, but it’s so worth it when your final mechanism works,” Elizabeth said. The Javabots built Latte, a robot, earning high scores at the FIRST Tech Challenge Regional Robotics Championships. Judged in areas including robot performance, computer programming and engineering, the competition challenges high school teams to program and build a robot that strategically completes tasks for points.

WHY GIRL SCOUTS ROBOTICS ARE A PERFECT MATCH FOR MAYFIELD In a breakthrough community partnership with the Girl Scouts of America robotics program, Mayfield has transformed the Hayden Turner Center into a dedicated, 856-square-foot robotics design space.

Elizabeth designed one part of the robot, an instrument that picks up objects. She first modeled it on software and then brought it to life by laser cutting and 3D printing parts she designed herself. “I went through four different versions, but the ultimate iteration netted us a lot of points in competition,” said Elizabeth, who will be attending UCLA as a prospective mechanical engineering major, a credit to her robotics experience. Fellow robotics rookie Annie Tighe ’19 helped by designing a REV-extrusion mechanism. “I joined the team with no real prior knowledge about robotics, but I allowed myself to dive right in and immerse myself in a world where I was learning incredible skills and meeting the coolest people ever,” Annie said. “No matter if someone is going to pursue science, being on the robotics team this year has been so rewarding and I love it so much!” Annie and her Javabots teammates said their competition experience alongside some of the brightest minds in high school engineering has inspired them to work even harder next season, with the goal of advancing to world competition.

I wouldn’t have traded that experience for the world. “My biggest take-away? Never hold yourself back!” she said. Kemi, who will be attending Harvard University and aspires to become a neuroscientist, said Mayfield’s partnership with her cherished Girl Scouts team will continue to offer “limitless opportunities” for our students. “At Mayfield, I have developed both as a student and as a person. In robotics, the intricate lessons I learn in class connect as pieces of a spatial puzzle,” Kemi said. Beyond the competition, Kemi said she has forged strong friendships during her years on the Girl Scouts team. “The best part is definitely the people— the robot is almost incidental,” she said. “The girls on the team are all brilliant and dedicated and creative, and the mentors are patient and helpful.” Kemi is confident that her Mayfield sisters will continue to find inspiration in STEM through participation in robotics. “I can state without a doubt that there are no limits to what we can do,” Kemi said.

“The thing that impressed me most was being able to talk to teams from around the country and get to know their experience,” Annie said. “Being with smart, dedicated and super fun people was such a blast and

Head of School K ate Mori sees big n advanta g e s. “It’s our miss ion to pre pare ou talented r girls into a world that rea lly need s their skills in science and technolo gy. The G irl Scouts are a pe rfect ma tch for u s.”

Students learn advanced skills in electronics, machining, operating robots, writing software and mechanical design under the guidance of mentors from Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Cisco Systems— seven of whom are female engineers.

Melissa Tighe, Mayfield’s Director of Innovation and Community Partnerships, sees transformational value in the work. “In just one year students have gained skills in cutting-edge industry tools such as SolidWorks CAD design and JavaScript programming language.”

Girl Scouts Mentor Julie Townsend, the Engineering Operations Team Chief and Deputy, Robotic Arm Systems Engineer at JPL’s Mars Science Laboratory, said Mayfield’s beautiful facilities allow the team to implement every aspect of the program—design, assembly and testing. She sees a “long, happy and productive relationship for both Girl Scouts robotics and Mayfield” and hopes to inspire many young women to consider STEM careers.

The Formation of Self Seminar SCHOOL COUNSELOR CRISTINA PEREZ, LCSW, who has long worked with teens and young adults, takes up mental health issues, including understanding and dealing with stress vs. anxiety and navigating healthy relationships.

STRESS can be positive, like when you pull off an impossible

What is FoS? Caring for

your body, mind and heart

Stress vs. Anxiety

What’s the difference?

Stress and anxiety have some interchangeable symptoms—like over-worrying, lack of focus, and headaches. But they’re very different.


deadline. It can also be negative, causing insomnia or high blood pressure. It’s your body’s short-term, fight-or-flight reaction and must be managed.

is a mental health disorder that feels like constant tension. Stress can cause anxiety, but anxiety is intrusive, and can prevent you from functioning in your daily life. A doctor or mental health professional can diagnose and help treat it.

>> Soothe Stress Build resilience with a wellness mindset. Exercise,

>> Address Anxiety

have a creative outlet (journaling, art, music). Laugh! Take time to calm and regroup.

LEARNING SPECIALIST ANN BUSSARD, LMFT works with girls on study strategies, time management and the developing teenage brain. She served as the Director of Guidance for 16 years before transitioning to her new role as Mayfield’s first learning specialist.

The FoS Checklist for Tackling Big Life Events (or how to perform at your best on tests, presentations, interviews and other stressful situations)

N ACT NOW. Procrastination is not

N REACH OUT to counselors, family,

N “CHUNK” work into manageable

N DEVELOP a “growth mindset.”

your friend. “Actions Not Words” is!

tasks over time.

N EMBRACE and rely on your unique learning style.



Because anxiety can prevent you from taking steps to feel better, you may need to work with a counselor or doctor. Some stress-relief tips may also help with anxiety, but it’s OK—in fact, more than OK—to ask for help!

friends when you need help.

Great accomplishment grows from positivity, dedication and hard work.

At Mayfield we believe that teaching girls how to care for their bodies, minds and hearts is critical to their education and development into young women of faith and strength. In a uniquely incisive approach to health and wellness education, we

assembled a team of experts to develop year-long seminars at each grade level. The breakthrough course is part life skills, part psychology, part health—with a nice dose of meditation and prayer. Here is a snapshot of our team in action.

College Wisdom

Top 3 Tips for Writing a Personal Essay

COLLEGE COUNSELORS ABIGAIL SHAW and SAMANTHA PIEPER focus most of their attention on seniors applying to college and also begin work with other classes. Both are passionate advocates for students and insightful guides through the college application process.

How to Make the Big College Decision

1. Avoid using a thesaurus. 2. Speak as if you are talking out loud. Colleges want to hear your voice. 3. Make sure that the essay is about you and what matters to you, not someone or something else.

• Use your head AND your heart. • Be sure to keep your parents part of the conversation. • Visit campus, pay attention to your instincts when you’re there and ask yourself: Do I see my future friends here? Could be my second home for the next four years?

SCHOOL NURSE CATHY COTA, RN, who runs our Health Office, also teaches students how to stay healthy and how their body systems function. She brings 35 years of pediatric nursing experience, plus she’s the mom of Mayfield alums Rachel ’04 and Carolyn ’06.

Choose your online health sources wisely • Best two sites: National Institutes of Health ( and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ( • When in doubt, use health sites that end in .org or .gov or go straight to the specialty medical academy’s official website (e.g. American Academy of Dermatology) • Check the author’s credentials (education, experience, etc.)

Red flags!

• Websites selling products • Sites that have advertisements for unrelated products • Too-good-to-be-true promotions

Road Trip! There will come a time when

even the Uber generation will appreciate knowing how to change a tire. Skip Morin, Head of School Kate Morin’s husband, volunteered to lead a hands-on demonstration for a sophomore class of soon-to-be drivers. Thanks, Mr. Morin!



Going to confession can be scary When Director of Campus Ministry Teri Gonzales announced to the Campus Ministry Council that they would be organizing a Sacrament of Reconciliation prayer service during Lent, the girls took a deep and anxious breath. “My first reaction was that I was excited to have a Reconciliation service because it’s new for Mayfield,” said Emma Weidman ’19. “But I was also a little worried if students would be open to the idea of confession.” Mayfield’s Campus Ministry Council made history when they organized the biggest-ever celebration of the Sacrament of Reconciliation. The major undertaking involved bringing 10 priests to campus, planning an inclusive service that respected the beliefs and sensitivities of all, and offering every student the option to go to confession.


Mrs. Gonzales said. “We are reconciling not just with God and ourselves but with one another. We hurt and harm each other and through this beautiful sacrament we are reminded not so much that we are sinful but that we can be more kind, loving and healing to one another by God’s grace and mercy.” She said renewing our awareness of the sacrament is aligned with Pope Francis’ call to celebrate mercy, not just as individuals but as a community and Church. The students’ concerns about organizing a prayer service in which they would invite classmates to confess their sins before a priest challenged them to create a teenage-friendly experience.

Students danced, made origami, watched a slide show and listened to Gospel readings and music. To ease any trepidation, the Campus Ministry Council even prepared a handy “cheat sheet” of instructions about confession.

Campus Ministry Council member Trinity Gomez ’18 said she had “mixed feelings” about the service. On one hand, her Catholic friends would have an opportunity to receive a sacrament “that is often forgotten or put off.” On the other, she and other leaders were worried that non-Catholics would feel excluded.

Mrs. Gonzales said her goal was to present the girls with a joyful experience of God’s unconditional love and mercy through this often misunderstood sacrament. She hopes to make the service part of Mayfield’s Lenten tradition.

“This affected how we planned the service because we knew there needed to be a variety of ways to reflect on the meaning of mercy,” Trinity said. “We wanted to express a universal theme that Lent is a time for inner reflection.”

“We need to shift our understanding of Reconciliation—it’s no longer sin-oriented but love-oriented and community-centered,”

Compounding their challenge, these young ministers know the Sacrament of Reconciliation is not popular.


Indeed, 70 percent of American Catholic women go to confession less than once a year or never, according to a first-of-its kind survey of U.S. Catholic women, published in the Jesuit magazine America in January 2018. Also of note, “The number of women who attend Mass and participate in the other sacraments is much lower at the younger end of the age spectrum,” the magazine said of the survey conducted by the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate at Georgetown University. Mrs. Gonzales sensed the girls’ hesitation and unfamiliarity with the sacrament while helping them conceptualize the service. Campus Ministry leaders—Angeli De La Cruz ’18, Bella Paine ’19, Lauren Spensiero ’18, and Emma Weidman, along with others—worked for weeks on the service and when students assembled in Pike Auditorium they felt confident it would resonate with their classmates. Trinity opened with this prayer: “We have been given an opportunity to ask forgiveness for our sins, for missing the mark, for being selfish, for separating or isolating ourselves. This is an invitation to return to our merciful and loving God

Here’s how Mayfield students are trying to change that.

and to be reconciled with one another in our families and communities. God is constantly welcoming us back… and desires that we live together with mercy, kindness, joy and peace… Today let us quiet ourselves and prepare our hearts and minds to experience God through the Sacrament of Reconciliation.” A second, palm-sized cheat sheet included the “Act of Contrition” prayer for those who may have forgotten the words they memorized as children. But it also assured students that “any spontaneous and heartfelt prayer that expresses you are truly sorry for your sins” is OK, too. During the reflection time, three students played the flute, another group performed a graceful dance to contemporary music. Everyone was invited to make origami doves as a sign of mercy and healing. Inside Strub Hall and Pike Auditorium offices, priests met with all the girls who chose to confess.

“Reconciliation can actually be a really great experience, especially because we had such nice priests,” said Sara Lydon ’19. “I learned that so many girls at Mayfield do value their Catholic faith and the Sacrament of Reconciliation because so many of them chose to go.”


Trinity said the experience brought new light on the sacrament for her.

Rev. Chris Cartwright, S.J. House of Prayer

“While planning I learned that confession does not have to be scary,” she said. “I learned that the whole idea behind it is to become better, kinder people...The truth is we can receive God’s mercy by learning from our sins or the things that hold us back from becoming better people.”

Rev. Enrique De Los Rios St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church, Altadena

Rev. Blaise Brockman Holy Angels Church, Arcadia Rev. Michael Callanan, M.M. Annunciation Catholic Church, Arcadia

Rev. Denis Maher Holy Family Church, South Pasadena Rev. Marlon Mateo Holy Family, South Pasadena Rev. Mark Menegatti, O.S.A. Our Mother of Good Counsel, Los Angeles

“Through this beautiful sacrament we are reminded not so much that we are sinful but that we can be more kind, loving and healing to one another by God’s grace and mercy.”

Rev. Paul Nguyen, S.D.B. Salesian Retreat Center Rev. Alan Phillip, C.P. Mater Dolorosa Retreat Center, Sierra Madre Rev. Paul Sustayta St. Andrew Church, Pasadena

— TERI GONZALES, Director of Campus Ministry



Can teenagers design solutions to real-world problems? Mayfield Global Studies students show how they are



Sophomores in April Garcez’s Global Studies class are presented with weighty goals: learn and understand pressing world-wide issues, grasp current events, sharpen critical thinking and writing skills. But how does a 15-year-old take on the world in one class? These Global Studies students demonstrated what “real world” learning means when they presented their semester-long projects, a capstone assignment that called on them to create an NGO—a non-governmental organization. Gabriella Pontrelli ’20, whose mother is an immigrant, proposed an NGO she called “Jumpstart” that would help immigrant youths obtain U.S. citizenship. Brianna Perez ’20, who aspires to be an engineer and described herself as a “staunch environmentalist,” designed a campaign called “Electro” to save energy. Other students proposed organizations to improve dental care for the poor, help prevent juvenile crime and save endangered gorillas. “I’m always surprised to see the topics the students choose to research,” Mrs. Garcez said. “They are curious about everything, but their particular interests reveal their personal journeys in life.” Mrs. Garcez introduced her students to the concept of design thinking to create their NGO. The process, popularized at Stanford University’s School of Design, calls on students to think beyond textbooks by understanding problems through the eyes of those who are affected. This empathy, combined with research, leads students to define the problem, brainstorm solutions, and come up with a prototype to help solve it.

Here are some examples of the fictional NGOs that our Global Studies students created, a reflection of issues that are personally meaningful to them. Disaster Relief HurriCARE

Environmental California Conservation

Immigration DACA: The Fate of Dreamers

hurricane relief

preserving the state’s resources

legal aid for young immigrants

Water Clean Disaster Relief

Make Peace with Trees


aid for Hurricane Maria victims

addressing deforestation

citizenship education program

Education Harvesting Change

Reclaim Your Water recycling grey water

Social Issues Leading Latinas

feeding disadvantaged students

Her STEM giving girls access to STEM mentors

Project Em academic support for Vietnamese orphans



Health & Wellness A Cell For You, A Cell For Me

mentoring organization

Project Inclusion

reducing the stigma of HIV in South Africa

community integration of the developmentally disabled

Project Ambrosia

Safety Net

education campaign on eating disorders

providing shelter for LGBT homeless youth

In the context of a high school assignment, Mrs. Garcez asked her students to think of an issue they were passionate about and interview at least one person impacted by it. Based on their interviews and research, students then created their NGO, including a mission statement, business plan and budget. Ella DesHotel ’20, moved by the plight of a family member in New Orleans, created an NGO called “hurriCARE” to help families through the devastation of hurricanes. Ella’s NGO is a network among mayors in Louisiana that would enable them to distribute goods to the victims. Lauren Robles ’20 is interested in increasing the number of Latina leaders and interviewed Thelma Melendez de Santa Ana, who served in the Obama Administration as Assistant Secretary for Elementary and Secondary Education. Lauren’s paper examined the barriers Latinas face in the workplace. She created an NGO called “Leading Latinas.” Lauren said the project was rewarding. “Not only did I learn about my culture, but I’m inspired to personally make a difference by helping other Latinas become leaders,” she said. “These projects helped us to really think about the bigger picture and helped us to grasp issues in a creative way,” said Steffi Zavaleta ’20, whose love for animals prompted her to research endangered forest gorillas in Uganda. Her classmate Amanda Mar ’20 agreed. “This was really an eye-opening class and helped us see that there are bigger problems than math problems,” said Amanda. “After doing a project like this you really realize how important it is to think in unique and creative ways to solve problems.”

Maddie Lewis turns her class project into a reality Maddie Lewis ’19, a junior who took Global Studies last year, transformed her NGO assignment with “Actions Not Words” by bringing it to fruition in the community. Inspired by her AP Bio class, Maddie describes herself as “an advocate for fighting climate change.” She believes that learning to protect the environment must start at a young age. For her NGO project in April Garcez’s class, she created a fictional NGO called “KAPOW,” for Kids Awareness to Protect Our World. Maddie realized that she could actually make her NGO a reality as she began deliberating about her Girl Scout Gold Award project.

“I thought it through and Mrs. Garcez helped me,” she said. “It took a lot of planning and work, but I was able to build the curriculum based on my NGO project.” Maddie designed lessons for children introducing them to climate change, explaining extreme weather patterns and their impact on animals and food production. She made educational videos, put them on YouTube and presented her curriculum to children who participate in Families Forward Learning Center, a Pasadena social service organization. She planned four days of class sessions, including crafts and discussion topics. In a creative twist, she encouraged her young students to become like “superheroes who change the world.”

“That was the cool part for them and a good way for them to understand that by changing their habits they can make an impact at an early age,” Maddie said. “We decorated capes and each child got to take one home.” For her outstanding work, Maddie not only received her Girl Scout Gold Award, but was also singled out by regional Scout leaders for her “exceptionally inspiring” project. Maddie was nominated for the Girl Scouts National Young Women of Distinction Award, for a Gold Award project that demonstrates “measurable and sustainable impact” to address a challenge related to a national and global issue. Congratulations, Maddie!



From the very earliest days of Mayfield, the Sisters presented junior students with their class rings in an outdoor ceremony. After 30 years indoors, we’ve moved back outside! Our junior families now celebrate this annual leadership transition tradition with a twilight Mass on the Pergola Lawn.



Ring Night returns to its outdoor roots

“The ring we will receive tonight is a symbol of the leadership we are about to assume and how the lessons of our youth often come full circle and inform and transform us throughout our adult years.� This message is shared with junior students each year during their Ring Night ceremony.



Is the DANCE- OFF the new TERM PLAY?

Mayfield’s first-ever Class Dance-Off Contest takes hold with some high-spirited moves

In her conversations with Mayfield alumnae, Head of School Kate Morin always asks an important question: What is your best Mayfield memory? The nearly unanimous answer is Term Plays, an entire week devoted to the creation and performance of an original play by each class. The tradition ended in the early 1990s, but Mrs. Morin wanted to recreate that sense of fun, competition and school spirit that all came together in the Term Play.

Many alumnae remember the Term Play as one of their fondest Mayfield memories.

“We just can’t take a week off now, but I wanted to bring back that same sense of memory for the girls,” Mrs. Morin said. “The dance-off is inspired by our alums and something they hold very dear. I think our girls today will hold this experience very dear, too.” A new Mayfield tradition is born! (And the winner of the inaugural Spirit Week DanceOff? The sophomore Class of 2020 with a routine to A-ha’s toe-tapping 1985 hit “Take On Me”!)



Mayfield Choir member:

We sing better

because we are close friends.

The glorious voices of the Mayfield Women’s Ensemble have grown into one of the preeminent high school choirs in the nation, after winning top honors at prestigious competitions and earning accolades at music festivals that draw the best of the best in high school chorale singing. Yet ask our girls why they are so good and the first thing they all agree on: “Honestly? It’s such an incredible form of bonding to sing with people—and we sing better because we all get along,” said Michelle New ’18, a four-year choir member. “Our singing is tighter and it’s cleaner because we are close friends.” Last spring the Mayfield choir swept top honors at the prestigious WorldStrides San Francisco Heritage festival. They received the highest scores of excellence in four categories: Best Women’s Ensemble, the Adjudicators Award for a score above 90 on a 100-point scale, a Gold Award invitation to sing next year at a national competition, and the crown jewel of awards, Best Overall Choir.

The Mayfield Women’s Ensemble swept top honors at the prestigious WorldStrides San Francisco Heritage festival in April.

Mayfield earned the highest score. Also, at several choir festivals since then, including an invitation-only event at USC, adjudicators consistently praised Mayfield for its excellence and beautiful sound. Choir members said the most rewarding moment in the latest competition came after their first song, Ah! Si mon moine voulait danser, a light and fun folk piece. Mr. Alvarez, who is not known for effusive compliments, paused and took a breath. “He looked at us and whispered ‘It was beautiful,’ ” Michelle said. “I thought I was going to cry and I started blinking a lot so tears wouldn’t run down my face. At that moment we all felt so happy.” Choir members said they are inspired by Mr. Alvarez’s high standards and they strive to master challenging music typically sung by college or professional choirs. “He takes girls who have never been in choir, have never had classical training, girls with tonal issues and he makes it work,” said Carmen Mascarenhas ’18.

“I couldn’t be more proud of the girls, they were truly awesome,” said Vocal Conservatory Director Andrew Alvarez. “They sang so beautifully and were so poised—all their hard work paid off.”

Angeli De La Cruz ’18 added that girls respect Mr. Alvarez because “he will work with us until we figure out how to fix it. He does not give up on you.”

The Women’s Ensemble won the same awards in 2015, earning an invitation to compete with top choirs in Washington, D.C. Again,

The choir is planning to travel to Chicago in Spring 2019 for their third national competition. We are raising our voices for a three-peat!



Table saws, nail guns and welding torches Mayfield Technical Theatre students design and build

Christine Diaz ’18, who won this year’s Academic Award for Technical Theatre, says mastering the power saw has given her confidence.

When Melanie Ahn ’21 sees a play or watches a television show, she follows the plot but marvels at the sound and lights. She takes in every detail of the set and how it interacts with the storytelling. “The technical artistry of it all, the invisible work going on behind the scenes really excites me,” Melanie said. “Every time a light changes or a set moves is a critical part of the story.” With a shared fascination for that “invisible work,” Melanie and 11 other students are the stars of major on-campus stage productions—albeit behind the curtains, soundboards and light switches. As part of Mayfield’s signature Conservatory for the Arts curriculum, the Technical Theatre Conservatory has doubled in size over the past two years and has taken on a heightened role on campus. Under the direction of Technical Theatre Director Phillip Velasco, our students have become the official campus production team, gaining hands-on experience in virtually every activity that needs equipment turned on and off. They run the audio at Masses. They are inside the booth in Pike Auditorium designing computer-generated lighting and calibrating microphones. 28


In their most impressive work, Mayfield girls are key players in the concept, design and construction for Theatre Conservatory sets. Our Technical Theatre students are learning the precise art of measuring twice and cutting once with table saws. They can properly aim a nail gun and don masks for welding. They sand, they paint, resurface floors, raise walls and build stairs. When she first came face-to-blade with a table saw, Christine Diaz ’18 admitted “to being intimidated.” “I never thought that I could do it,” she said. “I have always thought lighting and sets were super cool, but never thought I would actually be able to design lighting and build the set...Knowing how to use these power tools has given me a lot of confidence. And it really helps me think about what it takes to bring a set to life.” Mr. Velasco is intent on teaching the girls how to build their ideas, including creating scale models, floor plans and ordering supplies. Then comes construction inside their scene shop—the former Head of School’s garage.

Spot the difference: Look closely and see how the same cleverly designed set doubled for two back-to-back spring theatre productions, Godspell and Everywoman.

Freshman Melanie Ahn ’21 is already designing what teacher Phillip Velasco describes as “college-level” set models.

Technical Theatre students painted hand-lettered reminders on the walls of their all-girl garage workshop.

Our “Women in Black” “I tell my students they don’t need a man to do any of this stuff. They can do it.” Mr. Velasco said. “They are focused, they are safe.” He said teaching the girls the basics of construction is a fundamental part of understanding set design. “If they can see it in their minds I want them to envision what it takes, materials and all, to build it.” Melanie dreams of a creative career in set design and stage management. Learning to use a chop saw, she said, is “foundational” to her technical theatre education and creativity. “Girls are actually really good with power tools,” Melanie said. “We are diligent, effective and strong.”

Not only do they build the sets and mastermind the lighting and sound for our theatre and dance productions in Pike Auditorium, our Tech Theatre Conservatory students are also the behind-thescenes audio-visual producers for major school events including: Weekly all-school Community & Assembly meetings Monthly all-school Liturgies Red and White Day Pep Rallies Junior Ring Night Mass and Ceremony Mayfield Annual Benefit Donor Appreciation Party 2018 POSTSCRIPTS


Cubs Athletics scores win for good In a first-of-its-kind event, Mayfield reached out to Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and organized a goodwill volleyball game that raised more than $2,500 for the Cancer Support Community, Pasadena. Mayfield’s Athletic Leadership Council combined the “Dig Pink” game with our annual Booster Club BBQ, sold pink t-shirts and charged $5 admission, drawing a standingroom-only crowd to the gym. Although we lost in a highly competitive match, our winning Cub spirit soared with a sense of pride.



Prep League Champions

Cross Country (CIF State Runners Up) Golf (Back-to-Back Championship) Softball (Three-way tie with Poly & Chadwick) Tennis (Back-to-Back Championship) Track & Field (4th consecutive Championship)


Congratulations to our college-bound Cubs

Kat Lopez ’18, swim

Cubs Corner

Mayfield MVPs

Congratulations to our all-league MVPs! All Prep League MVP: Track

had a remarkable freshman season, becoming the first Mayfield runner in history to qualify for the CIF State Meet, where she placed 5th in the 1600m. At the CIF-SS Masters Meet she ran this distance in a blistering 4:47:83— the third fastest time in the nation for a freshman. Audrey Suarez ’21

All Prep League MVP: Softball Julia Watson ’19

With the most stolen bases in the league (14) and just six strikeouts, our Cubs varsity softball co-captain hit it out of the park with her stats and her Cub spirit. For you softball stats nerds, Julia’s batting average was .584 (almost double the national average!), she scored 32 runs and batted in 29 more.

Farewell, Lynda gilbert

The Cubs cheering section gives a standing ovation to Athletic Director Lynda Gilbert, who is retiring after 13 years of service to our girls. Mrs. Gilbert leaves an enduring legacy at Mayfield, where she has coached and mentored more than 1,000 young women athletes, imparting lessons about commitment, dignity, respect and hard work—teachings that transcend high school sports and last a lifetime. Under her leadership, Mayfield Athletics has doubled in size and our Cubs earned 19 of the 25 banners proudly hanging in the gym. “I loved being a coach, I’ve loved being the AD,” she said. “I will forever be grateful to Mayfield for the experience I have had here, for just giving me so much. It’s been my family and I’ve loved being a part of that family.”

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Welcome, Steve bergen

Kathryn McCullough ’18, water polo

Marist College

A longtime coach and former competitive swimmer, Mayfield Dean of Students Steve Bergen is packing up his Strub Hall office this summer and moving down to the gym to begin a new era of Cubs athletics.

“My message to our Cubs student-athletes? Be excited!” Mr. Bergen said. He credits Lynda Gilbert with building a highlyrespected CIF program where athletes compete with dignity and respect. His goal? To continue developing “talented, team-oriented, kind-hearted athletes.”

Marissa Perez ’18, track

University of La Verne

Mr. Bergen has been passionate about high school athletics since his own swim team days at St. Francis. “I love that in high school, and especially at Mayfield, you can have All-American athletes playing alongside classmates who have never played the sport before.” 2018 POSTSCRIPTS


An evening to celebrate

Mayfield’s giving spiri



Mayfield friends gathered in October 2017 for a donor appreciation reception, where Head of School Kate Morin gratefully acknowledged a record year of support. She thanked the Board Advancement Committee for their leadership under Britt McConnell, and the many volunteers who rally our Mayfield family. She extended special gratitude to Jim Lo Coco, whose energy as back-to-back parent chair of our Annual Giving fund raised $450,000 in 2016-17, and to Chelisa Vagim, our Benefit Chair, whose Moroccan Nights event raised $225,000. Our Mayfield alumnae also stepped up, raising $125,000 to support their Holy Child Scholars, and the Mayfield giving spirit came alive on our annual “Be Our Heroes” giving day with donations of more than $57,000. And, close to our hearts and our mission, Kate announced a new Sr. Barbara Mullen, SHCJ Mission and Ministry Fund in honor of our beloved friend. “We miss her dearly but feel her spirit alive at Mayfield Senior School,” she said.





Report on Philanthropy 2016-17

Mayfield Senior School is grateful to the many individuals, foundations and corporations for their Annual Giving, Capital Projects and Scholarship contributions during the July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017 fiscal year. We recognize the generous donors listed below and thank them for making Catholic education for young women their philanthropic priority. We are grateful to the Sisters of the Holy Child Jesus for their financial contribution as well as their support and continued sponsorship of Mayfield Senior School of the Holy Child Jesus.

Founders Circle $20,000+ The Ahmanson Foundation Anonymous (2) Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey Bland (Andrea Zaninovich ’84) The Capital Group Companies Carrie Estelle Doheny Foundation Francis H. Clougherty Charitable Trust Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Clougherty Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Clougherty Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Clougherty Mrs. Kathleen Clougherty Regan ’64 Mrs. Laura Coats† & Mr. Thomas Schulz Condon Family Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Condon Edmund & Mary Shea Family Foundation Mrs. Mary Shea Mr. & Mrs. Jerry F. Dietrick (Ellen Shea ’89) Mr. & Mrs. Britton J. McConnell (Mary Shea ’81) Mr. & Mrs. William Eyler†† William R. & Virginia Hayden Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Peter D. Kaufman Mr. & Mrs. Emmett P. Lynch Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Neithart Mr. & Mrs. George Raptis The Rose Hills Foundation John & Dorothy Shea Foundation Mr. Kimbang Vu & Mrs. Ferari Domingo-Vu Head of School’s Circle $10,000+ Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Alders Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. Daniel T. Bane Dr. & Mrs. Jack Bayramyan Mr. & Mrs. William Carroll Mr. & Mrs. Joseph S. Eisele Mr. Joseph Gorman Jr. Ms. Barbara Hopp ’55† Mr. & Mrs. John F. Hotchkis Mr. & Mrs. Paul C. Johnson George H. Mayr Foundation

Mr. & Mrs. Sascha Mornell Mrs. Joyce O’Hagan Nores ’49 Mr. & Mrs. Edward Nowak Mr. & Mrs. Jay Oh Mr. & Mrs. Patrick O’Reilly Mr. & Mrs. Edward C. Roohan Mr. & Mrs. James P. Sarni Mr. & Mrs. James Vagim Connelly Circle $5,000+ Dr. R. Michael Alvarez & Dr. Sarah Hamm-Alvarez Mr. & Mrs. Chris Augustine Mr. & Mrs. Qun S. Chen Mr. & Mrs. Dennis G. De Pietro Frank De Pietro & Sons Mr. Robert De Pietro Mr. & Mrs. Brack W. Duker Mrs. Martha Chute Fitzpatrick ’60 Mr. Robert Gallo & Ms. Lisa Stevens Mr. & Mrs. Eric A. Gronroos Mr. James Hartfield Mr. & Mrs. Paul T. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Ryan Knoll (Alison Shea ’87) Ms. Anne Kortlander ’66 Mr. & Mrs. Strohe Lacroix Mr. & Mrs. John Lewis Mr. & Mrs. Qiang Li Louise Laraway Teal Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Patrick A. Lovejoy (Georgann Richter ’57) Mr. & Mrs. Yeng Keong Low Mr. & Mrs. Michael Maddigan Mr. & Mrs. William Marsh Ms. RoseMary Lynch Mitchell ’60 Mr. & Mrs. Jorge Montanez Mr. & Mrs. Mark Mozilo Mr. & Ms. Tracy Pulvers Mr. & Mrs. Timothy P. Reames Mr. Shadi & Dr. Jennifer Sanbar Mr. & Mrs. Peter Smith Mr. & Mrs. Tim Smith Mr. & Mrs. John Snider Society of the Holy Child Jesus Mr. & Mrs. William Thomson

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen H. Watkins Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Williamson Jubilee Circle $2,500+ Mr. Ernest Arboles & Mrs. Stephanie Chavez Dr. John Arcia & Dr. Leann Kruse-Arcia Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Baggott Dr. & Mrs. John Berlot Mr. & Mrs. Stephen F. Beverburg Mr. William Brody & Mrs. Judy Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Jim Brooks Mr. & Mrs. Alfredo Cacho-Sousa Mrs. Janice Kincaid Clifford Mr. & Mrs. John Coffey Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Cordano Mr. & Mrs. R. Joseph Debriyn (Mary Anne Hyde ’67) Mr. & Mrs. Sean Dixon Mr. & Mrs. Christopher J. Easton (Alyce Hamilton ’88) Mr. David & Dr. Karen Enzminger Mr. & Mrs. Richard M. Ferry Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Gagnier Mr. Enrique Garcia & Mrs Antonieta Sosa Mr. & Mrs. John Glenn Mr. & Mrs. Jasen Grohs Mr. & Mrs. George Hotaling Ms. Angela M. Howell ’76 Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin J. Joseph (Tracy Van Dyke ’80) Mr. & Mrs. Bart L. Kessel Mr. Steven Lebow Mr. & Mrs. James R. Lo Coco Drs. Leo & Romola Mascarenhas Mr. & Mrs. James Mason Mr. & Mrs. Scott McBride Mr. & Mrs. Michael T. McCullough Mr. & Ms. Edward Mendoza Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Morin Mr. & Mrs. James A. Muenzer Mrs. Eugenia Riordan Mulé Mr. & Mrs. Patrick L. Nally

Pacific-Western Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Tony Paine Mr. & Mrs. John G. Pasqualetto, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Phillips Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Riley Mr. & Mrs. Luis Rivera Rusnak/Pasadena Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ryan Mr. & Mrs. John J. Schiller Seiter Family Foundation Mr. & Mrs. John Seiter Mr. Kevin Slattery & Ms. Carol Pickle Mr. & Mrs. David Smith Mr. & Mrs. Warren E. Spieker (Carol Sweeney ’62) Mr. & Mrs. Peter Taglioretti The Seattle Foundation The Walt Disney Company Foundation Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Tighe Toyota Dealer Match Program Mrs. Jill Wondries Mayfield Circle $1,000+ Mr. & Mrs. John Akins Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Allen Mr. & Mrs. Merrill Butler III Mr. & Mrs. Steven Andriuzzo Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Annick (Nancy McAniff ’81) Mr. Jeff Olson & Dr. Raquel Apodaca ’87 Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Arizmendi (Elizabeth Rusnak ’81) Mr. & Mrs. Michael Ash Mr. & Mrs. Michael Astalis Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Atzen Mr. & Mrs. Ronald P. Badie Mr. & Mrs. Bradley E. Barnes Mr. & Mrs. Boris Beljak Mr. & Mrs. Pierre Biscaichipy Boeing Company Mrs. Annette Carhartt Brandin ’66 Dr. & Mrs. Morris Brown (Denise Halet ’56) Mr. & Mrs. Allen J. Brune Mr. & Mrs. Michael Cahill Mr. & Mrs. Michael P. Calderon



Brown & White Circle $500+ 

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Mr. & Mrs. Dargin McWhorter Mr. & Ms. Christopher Meeks Ms. Jennifer Mele ’02 Mr. & Mrs. Paul Mendez Ms. Amanda Mendoza ’15 Ms. Erica Mendoza ’12 Mr. & Mrs. Jose G. Mendoza Mr. & Mrs. Daniel L. Mennis Ms. Anne Mergenthaler ’09 Mr. Edward Mergenthaler Mrs. Rebecca Chute Metrano ’66 Mrs. Barbara Harder Michaels Ms. Ximena Michell Ms. Devin Mikulka ’05 Ms. Jessica Miller ’16 Mrs. Molly Miller-Madden ’03 Ms. Andrea Mills Mrs. Clayton Mills Mr. Juan Mireles & Ms. Amalia Rivera Mr. & Mrs. Robert Miskey Mr. & Mrs. George D. Mitchell (Claire Christiansen ’73) Ms. Tara Mitchell ’03 Ms. Theresa Mitchell ’77 Ms. Caroline Moe ’15 Mr. John A. Moe Mr. & Mrs. James Moffatt Ms. Patricia Mok ’04 Ms. Emily Monroe ’14 Mr. & Mrs. Donald A. Monteleone Ms. Melissa Moore ’95 Ms. Sarah Moore ’15 Mr. Gilbert A. Morales & Mrs. Julia Duarte Mrs. Leticia Morales ’15 Ms. Melissa Morales ’10 Ms. Megan Moret ’02 Ms. Gabrielle Moreth ’14 Mr. & Mrs. Perry Moreth Mr. & Mrs. Robert Morin Ms. Katherine Marie Moritz Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Moritz Mr. & Mrs. David J. Morreale Dr. & Mrs. James W. Morrow Mrs. Frances Muir Mr. & Mrs. Grant D. Muir (Jeanne Pratte ’83) Ms. Gabriella Mukai ’15 Mr. & Mrs. John Morgan (Kathy Oliva ’66) Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Mullaly Mr. & Mrs. Michael Mullin Mr. & Mrs. Sean T. Murphy (Ann Gormican ’70) Mr. & Ms. Ryan Murphy (Emily Osterkamp ’06) Mr. & Mrs. Francis J. Murphy Mr. Millard E. Murphy Ms. Kristina Musni ’95 Ms. Allison Dehoney Najoan ’04 Mrs. Kelly Nelson Nakasone ’93 Ms. Catherine Nally ’08 Mr. & Mrs. Pablo S. Narvaez Rev. Wayne Negrete, S.J. Dr. Jill Nemiro Ms. Carolynn Nepomuceno ’06 Mr. & Mrs. Jeffry V. Niedermeyer Ms. Karen Stahlheber Nikolakakis ’03 Mrs. Donald Noreillie North Shore Burger Ms. Griselda Nunez ’94

Mr. & Mrs. Luis T. Nunez Ms. Ashley O’Bryant ’04 Ms. Kendall Odermatt ’15 Mr. & Mrs. Kyle D. Odermatt Ms. Cristal Ogletree ’03 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph O. Okeyo (Selina Chipembere ’76) Mr. & Mrs. Stuart O’Melveny Ms. Alison O’Neil ’16 Mr. & Mrs. Stephen O’Neil Ms. Margit Onufer Dr. & Mrs. Preedar O’Reggio Ms. Marisa Origel ’03 Mr. & Mrs. Laurence Osborn Mr. & Mrs. Al Pagano Ms. Veronica Paglia Mrs. Karen O’Kane Pagliuso ’67 Mr. Bernardo Palomino & Ms. Yvette Juarez Mr. Eric Panajotovic Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Parisi

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Perez Ms. Patricia Perez ’94 Mr. Thomas Perrier & Mrs. Barbara Emmons Perrier Ms. Indira Persad ’03 Mr. & Mrs. Alexander F. Pesqueira (Kathleen Ziemann ’64) Mrs. Connie Peters Ms. Theresa M. Peters Ms. Pamela Frase Petterle ’61 Ms. Amanda Philbin ’16 Mr. Douglass Philbin & Mrs. Gwen Kochanski Mr. & Mrs. Dave Phillis (Cathy Christiansen ’66) Dr. & Mrs. Marcel Pidoux Ms. Samantha Pieper Ms. Donna Pierson Ms. Gabrielle Pina ’16 Ms. Mary Pings ’84

Mrs. Connie Park Ms. Jennifer Park ’04 Mr. & Mrs. Scott Parry (Roseann Nardon ’84) Mr. & Mrs. David B. Parshall (Jane Low ’62) Pasadena Community Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Van Richard Pascual Ms. Moryah Patron ’92 Ms. Anna Patterson ’11 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Patterson (Irene Izquierdo ’83) Mr. & Mrs. Robert Patton (Jennifer Gorman ’89) Ms. Lakeiya Payne Mr. Jose Ramon Paz Ms. Victoria Paz ’16 Mrs. Joe Peacock (Tamer Delap ’66) Mrs. Joan Pearson Mr. & Mrs. John D. Peck (Caroline Murphy ’58) Mr. & Ms. Brad Pegram (Erica Possemato ’96) Mr. & Mrs. Dale Pelch PepsiCo Foundation Ms. Jessica Perea ’02 Ms. Cristina Perez Mr. & Mrs. Javier Perez

Mr. & Mrs. Victor Pinon Mr. & Mrs. Richard Pizante Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Pizzinat (Ann Colborn ’84) Mr. & Mrs. Gustavo Plascencia Ms. Marisa Plescia ’07 Mr. & Mrs. David A. Plumley Mr. & Mrs. James Poindexter (Karen Schumacher ’69) Ms. Hayley Owen Pontrelli ’04 Mr. William† & Dr. Marie Poulsen Dr. & Mrs. Mario Prietto Ms. Rachel Pringle ’04 Ms. Brittney Dennis Pruitt ’03 Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Psomas (Lisa Haigh ’01) Ms. Michaela Puccinelli ’16 Dr. Eric Quek Mrs. Jessica Quinn Mrs. LeRoy T. Rahn Mrs. Merilisa Ramirez & Mr. Aaron Calderon Ms. Ana Ramos-Sanavio Drs. Virgil & Marianita Raymundo Ms. Allison Rector ’97 Ms. Megan Reed



Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Reeser (Brittany Barnes ’05) Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Reeves Mr. & Mrs. Alan G. Remedios Ms. Sophia Remedios ’16 Mr. & Mrs. Louis Rentz Ms. Siena Repetti Schmitt ’11 Ms. Phedellee Reyes ’02 Ms. Phoebedel Reyes ’10 Mr. & Mrs. Thaddeus Richards (Carrie Fogliani ’93) Mr. & Mrs. Joel Riegsecker Ms. Cynthia Riggs ’77 Ms. Jennifer Riggs ’77 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Risinger Mr. & Mrs. Camille Rizko Ms. Jasmin Rizko ’14 Mr. Sam Robinson Mr. Manuel Robles † Mr. & Mrs. Steven A. Robles Mr. & Mrs. James Rodeghero (Sara Chute ’79) Mr. & Mrs. Charles Rodgers (Karri Traggio ’82) Ms. Lauren Romo ’16 Ms. Mary Kate Roohan ’08 Ms. Sheila Roohan ’14 Mrs. Marianne Marino Rorden ’86 Mr. Seth Rosenson & Ms. Elisabeth Frank Rosenson ’94 Ms. Monique Ruestmann ’92 Ms. Rachel B. Ruiz Mr. Rodolfo Ruiz & Dr. Connie Casillas Ms. Darcy Ryan ’07 Dr. James Sadd & Dr. Roberta Pollock Ms. Marie Sadd ’15 Mr. David Saenz & Mrs. Tanya Jurado Ms. Alexia Saigh ’20 Ms. Ariana R. Saigh ’18 Mr. & Mrs. Albert Saint Izuel (Nancy Curran ’58) Ms. Golddy Saldana ’15 Mr. & Mrs. Jorge Saldana Mr. & Mrs. Alfred† Sanchez Dr. David Sanchez Dr. Denna Sanchez Ms. Elizabeth Sanchez ’11 Mr. & Mrs. Fernando Sanchez Ms. Julie Sanchez ’11 Mr. & Mrs. Steven Sanchez Ms. Sharon Santa Ana Ms. Jessica Sarni ’15 Mr. Devin Sarno & Mrs. Kelly Norris Sarno Mr. & Mrs. Harut M. Sassounian Ms. Claudia Satori ’72 Ms. Ashley Sayas ’15 Ms. Wilma Agno Sayas Mrs. Katherine Dwyer Scheffey ’95 Ms. Lesley Scheller ’66 Ms. Katherine Claire Schiller Mr. John Schouweiler & Ms. Ann Hamilton Ms. Lucy Schouweiler ’15 Ms. Hannah Schraer ’11 Sr. Helen Schwarz, SHCJ Mr. & Mrs.† Eric Searcy Mrs. Adriana Gross Seastrom ’97



Ms. Stephanie Segovia ’09 Ms. Emily Serhan ’16 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Serhan Ms. Molly Serhan ’13 Mr. & Mrs. Mihaly Serki Ms. Bertha Sevilla Mr. & Mrs. Danny Shain Ms. Lauren Shaller ’07 Mrs. Harold Sheridan (Mary Stoebe ’66) Mrs. Susan Koenig Shiells ’77 Ms. Gomelia Sia Mr. & Mrs. Robert Silva Ms. Mary Sima ’06 Dr. & Mrs. J. Stephen Sinclair Sisters of Charity of Rolling Hills Dr. & Mrs. George Sjolund Ms. Kelsey Slater ’07 Mr. Chris Erickson & Ms. Jillian Slattery ’00 Mr. & Mrs. James Slocum Ms. Andrea Smith Ms. Carrie Smith Mr. Craig Smyser Ms. Sara Snider ’11 Mr. & Mrs. Kim B. Snyder Ms. Kylie Snyder ’14 Ms. Yasmin Firouzi Sotomayor ’02 Mr. & Mrs. Charles Spain Ms. Barbara Spalding ’68 Ms. Madisyn Spence ’10 Mr. & Mrs. Michael P. Stahlheber Ms. Cadence Stark ’14 Mr. Steven M. Stark Mr. & Mrs. Philip Stathatos (Lisa Sparks ’72) Ms. Louisa May Stein ’15 Mrs. Randi Stein Ms. Liv Amend Steingart ’04 Ms. Jade Stewart ’09 Mr. & Mrs. John Stewart Dr. & Mrs. George B. Stoneman Mr. & Mrs. B.J. Stoney (Jaime Engler ’01) Mr. & Mrs. John Strain (Francine Masotti ’57) Mr. & Mrs. Tosh Sugiyama Ms. Patricia Sutherlen ’62 Mr. Kumar Swaminathan & Dr. Prema Kothandaraman Ms. Maureen Sweeney ’05 Ms. Karen Swenson ’64 Mr. & Mrs. John P. Symes III Ms. Devin Tanigawa ’07 Mr. & Mrs. Tony Taylor (Linda Malley ’78) Mr. & Mrs. Edward Ternan (Mary Nally ’79) Mr. & Mrs. Paul Thomas Mr. & Mrs. Charles Thuss (Octavia Howell ’89) Ms. Katherine Tighe ’16 Mr. & Mrs. Angel Toriz Mr. & Mrs. Maximiliano Torres Ms. Lynae Towner ’00 Ms. Remy Traglio ’14 Mr. & Ms. Dana Treister (Toi Webster ’82) Mr. & Ms. Jason Trevor Ms. Nicole Trombatore ’15 Mr. & Mrs. Stephen J. Trombatore Mr. & Mrs. Matt Trotta (Heather Hinckley ’99) Ms. Julie True

Ms. Alexandra Tulleners ’14 Mr. & Mrs. Antonius Tulleners Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Tupy Ms. Maureen Dragan Turner ’00 Mr. Paul Tzanetopoulos & Mrs. Linda Waddell Ms. Heather Underwood ’05 Ms. Erika Uriarte ’15 Mr. & Mrs. Paul Uriarte Ms. Lourdes Uribe ’07 Ms. Abigail Urquhart ’07 Mr. & Mrs. Joe Valdes Ms. Raegen Valdes ’14 Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Valdez Mr. & Mrs. Jose Valle Ms. Lourdes M. Valle ’15 Ms. Megan Vallone ’10 Mr. & Mrs. John† Van De Kamp Mr. & Mrs. Greg Van Dyke Dr. & Mrs. John J. Van Dyke Ms. Mary Van Dyke ’14 Mr. & Mrs. Mike Van Hoof (Jennifer Reames ’93) Ms. Jennifer Vanegas ’08 Mr. & Mrs. Ramiro Vasquez Ms. Elizabeth Vega Mr. & Mrs. Jose G. Venegas Mr. & Mrs. Leon Victor Mr. & Mrs. Morris Victor Ms. Amy Viehl ’16 Mr. & Mrs. Peter Viehl Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Villalobos Mr. Paul Villalobos Mr. & Mrs. Joe Villar Ms. Megan Villar ’16 Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Vinci Ms. Belen Viramontes Ms. Kristen Virdone ’03 Ms. Whitney Willis Visger ’04 Ms. Anna Vossler ’07 Mr. & Mrs. William Wade Mr. David Wagner & Ms. Margaret Cribbs Mr. Alan Walker Ms. Kimberly Wall ’08 Ms. Kristen Wall ’15

Mr. & Mrs. Eric Waller Ms. Sabrina Waller ’15 Mr. Parry Wang & Mrs. Zhen Li Mr. & Mrs. Jim Warren Ms. Jennifer Watanasutisas ’12 Ms. Stephanie Watanasutisas ’08 Ms. Lindsey Webb ’07 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Weidman Ms. Katherine Weissmuller ’16 Mr. & Mrs. Kurt Weissmuller Ms. Emma Weithas ’15 Mr. & Mrs. Albert H. West Jr. Sr. France White, SHCJ Ms. Janet White Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Whitmore Mrs. Rosemary Saal Whitney ’53 Ms. Carie Wickers Ms. Rachel Wiggins ’15 Dr. Alison Wilcox Dr. Christopher Wilhelm Ms. Darcy Burns Williams ’66 Mrs. Denise Sandoval Williams ’00 Mr. & Mrs. Steve Wills (Margaret Lima ’66) Mr. & Mrs. Eric K. Winschel Mr. & Ms. David Wolfe (Thora Walshe ’61) Ms. Michaela Wood ’15 WSCGA Foundation, Inc. Ms. Christina Yamasaki ’03 Ms. Michelle Yang ’12 Ms. Danielle Jenna Yao Mr. & Mrs. Dennis L. Yao Ms. Sanam Yasseri ’99 Ms. Eleanor Yavarone Mr. Yuen Yeh Ms. Alana Yokoyama ’09 Ms. Kayla Yokoyama ’07 Ms. Alexandra Zachary ’14 Mr. & Mrs. Jim H. Zachary Mr. Ali Zadeh & Mrs. Shahrzad Ayati Ms. Tina Zapata Mr. & Mrs. Cirilo Zavaleta Mr. & Mrs. Robert Zettlemoyer Ms. Juliana Zovak ’12 Mr. & Mrs. Peter Zovak Ms. Cassandra Zwart ’05

Bellefontaine Society

The following donors are deceased members of the Bellefontaine Society who made generous bequests to Mayfield Senior School and are remembered on the Perpetual Prayer List in the Connelly Chapel at Mayfield Senior School. Leo Babich† Joseph and Julia Marlowe Boyes†† Ann Garland Brown† Laura Coats† Allan & Helen Elmquist Cuttler ’56†† Pat and Bill Eyler†† John and Margaret Haigh††

Elizabeth Danner Knowlton ’51† Diane O’Hagan Kolvas ’45† Maria Antonia Brackenridge Niven† Mary Louise Petrie ’53† Thomas P. and Katherine Pike†† Thora Wells Walshe†

Nearly 40 alumnae, parents, past parents and grandparents have joined the Bellefontaine Society. If you wish to join by including Mayfield Senior School of the Holy Child Jesus in your estate plans, please contact Angela Howell, Director of Development, at (626) 204-1006 or

Put Your IRA To Work For Mayfield ​ re you looking for a way to make A a big difference to help further our mission​?​If you are 70½ or older you may also be interested in a way to lower the income and taxes from your IRA withdrawals. An IRA charitable rollover is a way you can help continue our ​Holy Child mission and benefit​the school​.​​ Best of all, you pay no income tax on the transferred amount (up to $100,000) and the transfer satisfies your required minimum distribution! For more information, contact Angela Howell ’76 at angela.howell@ or (626) 204-1006.

Heritage Families

Mayfield Senior School has been blessed by the generosity of individuals and foundations who have made transformative gifts to the school. Listed below are donors whose cumulative giving has reached milestone levels. We thank each for their commitment to providing the finest Catholic education for young women and their belief in our mission as a Holy Child school.

$1 Million+

$250,000 - $499,999

The Ahmanson Foundation Anonymous Laura Coats† & Thom Schulz Condon Family Foundation Francis H. Clougherty Charitable Trust William R. & Virginia Hayden Foundation Carol Sweeney Spieker ’62 & Ned Spieker

Sandra & Daniel Bane Kevin Clifford Megan & Rick Hernandez Barbara Hopp ’55 Suzanne Nora Johnson & David G. Johnson W. M. Keck Foundation Jackie & Patrick Koo Donald T. Leahy Charitable Lead Trust Fran & Rob Lynch The Riordan Foundation Colleen & Ed Roohan The Rose Hills Foundation Mary & John Snider Greg Stubblefield Family $100,000 - $249,999

$500,000 - $999,999 Anonymous Jan, Katie ’02, Michael & Brian Clifford Carrie Estelle Doheny Foundation George H. Mayr Foundation Margaret & John Haigh†† William R. and Virginia Hayden Foundation Peter & Mary Grace Kaufman Joyce O’Hagan Nores ’49 & Donald Nores† Edmund and Mary Shea Family Foundation John and Dorothy Shea Foundation

Betsy Goethals Ackerman ’74 & Andy Ackerman The James G. Boswell Foundation The Capital Group Companies Betty & Brack Duker Frank De Pietro and Sons Kathy & Mike Dooling Maude & Richard Ferry Molly Gorman† & Joseph Gorman

Marge & David C. Haber† William H. Hannon Foundation Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation Gertrude & Raymond Marshall†† Tori & Mike McCullough Anna Ortiz Morfit ’93 & Mason Morfit Mozilo Family Foundation Genie Riordan Mulé Mary & Patrick Nally Teresa Bannan Nally ’50 & Joseph Nally† Charmean & Robert Neithart Maria-Antonia Brackenridge Niven† Caroline & Charles Norman Pacific-Western Foundation Katherine & Thomas P. Pike†† Kathleen Clougherty Regan ’64 Ann & Joe Sanders Rebecca & Jim Sarni Carol Pickle & Kevin Slattery Society of the Holy Child Jesus Karen & Stephen Sweeney Gary Thompson Mary & Bill Urquhart Weingart Foundation Athena & Phelps Wood † Deceased



Benefit 2018 Saturday, March 10

Big Top, Big Success! Mayfield steps right up at our vintage circus-themed event. When the circus rolled into town for The Greatest Show on Bellefontaine Street we stepped right up and showed our love for Mayfield, while reaching new heights of frivolity and fancy dress. We transformed the gym into a big top and guests embraced the vintage circus theme—with bearded ladies, strongmen and acrobats among us! We also honored Joyce O’Hagan Nores ’49 and Julie and Tom Condon for their decades of loving support— Mayfield would not be the school it is today without their “Actions Not Words” support of our Holy Child mission. (Read more about their contributions on the following pages.) We also shout brava! to our incredible event committee and their ringmaster, threetime Benefit Chair Chelisa Vagim, for creating such a joyful and successful night of fun and fundraising that netted over $230,000.

Air-Tro, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Allen (Cheryl Daly ’87) Mr. & Mrs. Dino Aloisio Dr. R. Michael Alvarez & Dr. Sarah Hamm-Alvarez Mr. & Mrs. Jim Anderson Dr. John Arcia & Dr. Leann Kruse-Arcia Mr. & Mrs. Ron Aschieris Mr. & Mrs. Michael Astalis Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Atzen Mr. & Mrs. Chris Augustine Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Baggott Mr. & Mrs. Daniel T. Bane Bank of America Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Beegle Mr. & Mrs. Pierre Biscaichipy Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey Bland (Andrea Zaninovich ’84)



Dr. & Mrs. Jack Blumenthal Bolton & Company Mr. Jim Brewer & Mrs. Dee Dee Moffat Brewer Mr. & Mrs. Jim Brooks Mrs. Judy De Rosa Brooks Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Scott Burton Mr. & Mrs. Steven Bussard Mr. & Mrs. James R. Byer Mr. & Mrs. Bryan Byers Mr. & Mrs. Alfredo Cacho-Sousa Mr. & Mrs. Angel Cadena Mr. & Mrs. Brent Callinicos Mrs. Tink Cheney Ms. Nora Chiara Citizens Business Bank CKW School Uniforms Mr. & Mrs. Jason Clawson

Mr. & Mrs. Christian Cocker (Adriann Grieco ’93) Mr. & Mrs. John Coffey Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Condon Msgr. Clement J. Connolly Ms. Nicole Cosand Mrs. Sandra Curtis Cynthia Brooks Distinctive Catering Ms. Therese Davitt Mr. & Mrs. Antonio de Cardenas Mr. & Mrs. Jerry F. Dietrick (Ellen Shea ’89) Mr. Ryan Dietz Mr. & Mrs. Paul Diver Mr. Arin Dunn & Mrs. Karen De Guzman-Dunn Ms. Melissa Eaves Edmund & Mary Shea Family Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Joseph S. Eisele Mr. David & Dr. Karen Enzminger Ms. Elizabeth Ernster ’95 Ms. Shannon Ernster ’98 Mr. & Mrs. Berne H. Evans IV Mrs. Martha Chute Fitzpatrick ’60 Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Fontes Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Gagnier Mr. Robert Gallo & Ms. Lisa Stevens Mr. & Mrs. Robert Gangi

Mr. Enrique Garcia & Mrs. Anonieta Sosa Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Gill Mr. & Mrs. John Glenn Mrs. Maria Gonzales Ms. Monica Gonzales-Diaz Mr. & Mrs. Eric Gray Mr. & Mrs. Jasen Grohs Mr. & Mrs. Mark Gunn Mr. & Ms. Steven Hawkins Mrs. Mary P. Hennessy Dr. Howard W. Higholt Mr. & Mrs. John F. Hotchkis Ms. Angela M. Howell ’76 Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas F. Howell Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Jacobs Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Jardino Mr. & Mrs. Thomas S. Jones (Virginia Schlueter ’64) Mr. & Mrs. Frank Karl Mr. Richard Kent Mr. & Mrs. Bart L. Kessel Mr. & Mrs. Zeeshan Khan Mr. & Mrs. Peter Kingston, Jr. Mr. Kevin Koga & Ms. Myrna Ling Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Korzenecki Mr. & Mrs. Norman Labrador Mr. & Mrs. Mark Ladd Mr. & Mrs. John Lewis Mr. & Mrs. William Lewis Mr. & Mrs. James R. Lo Coco Mr. & Mrs. Edward W. Loftus Mr. & Mrs. Carlo Lopez

Mr. & Mrs. Yeng Keong Low Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lucas Ms. Christine Madden ’76 Dr. & Mrs. Alejandro Magat Mr. & Mrs. Steven Marcussen Mr. & Mrs. William Marsh Mr. & Mrs. Richard Marthe Mr. & Mrs. Scott McBride Mr. & Mrs. Britton J. McConnell (Mary Shea ’81) Mr. & Mrs. Matthew McGloin Mr. Mark Mitchell & Mrs. Cecily Brogdon Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Moffat Mr. & Mrs. Howard Moore (Kelly McCord ’79) Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Morin Mr. & Mrs. James A. Muenzer Rev. Wayne Negrete, S.J. Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Neithart Mr. & Mrs. Kenton Nelson Mrs. Joyce O’Hagan Nores ’49 Mr. & Mrs. Frank Olivar Mr. John Owen & Mrs. Leslie Owen Mr. & Mrs. Ivan Parry Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Pascale Mr. & Mrs. Van Richard Pascual Ms. Dale Ann Perales Pie ’N Burger Mr. & Mrs. Derek Pippert Mr. & Mrs. Stewart Powell Mr. & Mrs. Dante Puccinelli Ms. Merilisa Ramirez & Mr. Aaron Calderon Mr. & Mrs. George Raptis Mr. & Mrs. Eric Reed (Rebecca Pottmeyer ’89)

Mrs. Kathleen Clougherty Regan ’64 Mr. Sean Regan Mr. & Mrs. Joel Riegsecker Mr. Sam Robinson Dr. Darline Robles Mr. Luis Rodriguez & Ms. Yolanda Sanchez Mr. & Mrs. Edward C. Roohan Mr. Shadi & Dr. Jennifer Sanbar Ms. Elizabeth Sanchez ’11 Mr. & Mrs. Steven Sanchez Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Sanders Mr. & Mrs. James P. Sarni Sr. Helen Schwarz, SHCJ Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Sclafani Seiter Family Foundation Ms. Kavita Sharma ’89 Mrs. Edmund Shea Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Sigler Mr. Stephen Sinclair & Dr. Marianne Sinclair Mr. Kevin Slattery & Ms. Carol Pickle Mr. & Mrs. David Smith Mr. & Mrs. Peter Smith Mr. & Mrs. Tim Smith Mr. Craig Smyser Ms. Sharick Smyser Mr. & Mrs. John Snider Ms. Sara Snider ’11 Society of the Holy Child Jesus Mr. & Mrs. David Stolpe (Maria Collins ’83) Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Sugiyama Mr. Cristopher Sunada & Dr. Aleni Sunada Mr. & Mrs. Stephen R. Sweeney Mr. & Mrs. William Thomson Mr. & Mrs. Keith Thorell Mr. & Mrs. Robert Thorell

Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Tighe Dr. & Mrs. Christopher Tiner Mr. & Mrs. Dana Treister (Toi Webster ’82) Mr. & Mrs. Stephen J. Trombatore Mr. Jorge Trujillo & Mrs. Elsie Valdes-Trujillo Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Tupy Mr. & Mrs. Harley Urbach Mr. & Mrs. James Vagim Mr. Phillip Velasco Mr. & Mrs. Joe Villar Mr. Kimbang Vu & Mrs. Ferari Domingo-Vu Mr. & Mrs. Stephen H. Watkins Mr. & Mrs. John C. Weithas Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Mr. & Mrs. Arthur W. White (Constance Howell ’71) Mr. & Mrs. Herdi Wijaya Mr. & Mrs. Peter Wilkniss Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Williamson Ms. Eleanor Yavarone Mr. & Mrs. Robert Zettlemoyer



2018 Benefit Honoree

Joyce O’Hagan Nores ’49 Celebrating a lifetime Holy Child connection There are many things we love about Joyce O’Hagan Nores ’49—her sharp business sense, her charismatic leadership, her generous friendship, not to mention her sense of humor—she cracks an infectious grin when she points out the BMW logo glued to her walker. But most of all we love Joyce because she and her late husband, Don, have uncommonly big and giving hearts. Joyce is our alumna extraordinaire who has long embraced Mayfield as her family. And Mayfield is enriched and privileged to call Joyce our beloved daughter.

Three generations of Mayfield alumnae: Mary Hennessy Nores ’80, Joyce O’Hagan Nores ’49 and Mariah Snowden ’09

support. The circle is dedicated in memory of Mother Mary Francis, Mayfield’s Superior during Joyce’s high school years. “It was always ingrained in us as children that education was important and you give back to your community,” she said. “Don knew and understood my affinity for Mayfield and supported it.”

This year marks the 75th anniversary of Joyce’s lifelong friendship with Mayfield. She has spent 75 of her 86 years connected to Mayfield Junior and Senior Schools, beginning as a seventh grader at “We grew up feeling so valued and that is something Mayfield School in that stays with you for life. It’s that Holy Child spirit 1943. She stayed with her class of 13 girls that has kept me at Mayfield all this time.” through high school. — JOYCE O’HAGAN NORES ’49

For more than 40 years she and Don have supported Mayfield with “Actions Not Words”—through their service, generous gifts and belief in Holy Child education. During her six years on the Board of Trustees, Joyce was among the leaders who guided the Master Plan process that led to city approval of the campus transformation plan. Just like she won attendance awards in high school, Joyce never missed a city council meeting. Then, she raised her hand high and she and Don were among the first to pledge major support for the $13 million Faith in our Future capital campaign. Today, the Nores Circle in front of Pike Auditorium honors their longtime Mayfield 44


“We always felt very protected and very loved at school,” Joyce said. “We grew up feeling so valued and that is something that stays with you for life. It’s that Holy Child spirit that has kept me at Mayfield all this time.”

Wilfrid’s dating service,” which ensured no Mayfield girl would ever be without a prom date. “Mother always seemed to have this stash of Catholic boys she would fix us up with.” Joyce O’Hagan married Don Nores—a Loyola High School and Loyola Marymount University graduate—in June 1952. In 1971, Don and Joyce founded their own company, Digital Printing Systems (DPS), which grew into a national leader in the parking and transit ticket printing industry. Joyce worked alongside Don in their thriving business, returning home each day in time to be with their three children, Jim, Nancy and Brian. She is still involved in the family-run DPS. Joyce is particularly proud of her family’s three-generation legacy at Mayfield. Her daughter-in-law Mary Hennessy Nores is a member of the class of 1980 and her granddaughter Mariah Snowden ’09 received her diploma from Joyce.

Her ongoing support of the Alumnae Holy Child Scholarship program ensures that girls continue to experience the distinctive spirit and excellence of a Mayfield education.

Joyce knows firsthand that the values of a Holy Child education transcend the decades. Yes, styles change, teaching evolves, the needs of students are more diverse.

Joyce remembers the fondness and loyalty to the Sisters that every girl experienced as part of their education back in the late 1940s—a bold education that prepared young women for college and jobs while instilling loving family values. She fondly recalls “Mother

“But the moral values of love for family, your school, and respect for your friends have not changed,” Joyce said. “For all the girls, Mayfield and family are one in the same.”

2018 Benefit Honorees

Julie & Tom Condon

Honoring 30 years of transformative “Actions Not Words” service Tom Condon tells the story of how the Sr. Mary Wilfrid Gymnasium got built as if he were still sitting in that Board of Trustees meeting back in 1991. The Mayfield community was so desperate for a gym that a group of parents presented a wild idea to install a circus-like tent on the grounds. At least the girls would be shielded from the elements, they argued. Two weeks later the board voted “no” to the tent and “yes” to a new gym—thanks in large part to the generosity of Tom and his wife, Julie, whose daughter Amy ’91 attended Mayfield. Tom’s financial expertise and vision—backed by his commitment and generosity—helped propel Mayfield into one of the region’s preeminent Catholic all-girls high schools. The Condons have supported Mayfield for three decades, helping to transform our historic campus into a 21st-century school whose student population has grown by 27% since the early 1990s. Tom is the longest serving Mayfield board and board committee member, beginning his service in 1988, when Amy began her freshman year. Julie currently serves on our Board of Trustees and her insights as a woman of faith and a wise, strong and caring mother guide the board’s Committee on Mission. But the Condons’ decades-long support of Mayfield is far more than a legacy of new buildings. It’s about their quiet, loving support for the mission of a Catholic, Holy Child education. It’s about their innate gratitude and their deep imperative to give back to Catholic institutions that nurture lives of faith and goodness. As Julie said, it’s as simple as “giving back to a place that has given us so much.”

She recalls with a smile “the whole collection of wonderful moments” at Mayfield that enriched her daughter. And Tom will never forget that proud moment when, as a Mayfield board member, he handed Amy her diploma. “I have been blessed and fortunate,” Tom said. “We have been lucky enough to have the resources to give.”

organizations. He has also guided the Los Angeles Archdiocesan Finance Council and the Holy Family Parish Finance Council, and he and Julie were founding supporters of the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels.

The Condons’ decades-long support of Mayfield is far more than a legacy of new buildings. It’s about their quiet, loving support for the mission of a Catholic, Holy Child education.

The Condons’ leadership support during the Faith in Our Future capital campaign helped to open six new classrooms, the Student Commons, the library and a beautiful courtyard. They were lead donors in the 1997 Pike Auditorium remodel. When our Cubs needed upgraded sports facilities, Tom and Julie supported a new fitness center and dance studio in the gym. For 25 years the Condons have been top-level supporters of the annual Benefit and underwrite faculty attendance each year.

Both Julie and Tom are members of the Order of Malta and the Order of the Holy Sepulchre, and they are also recognized as a Knight and Dame of the Pontifical Order of St. Gregory the Great. We honor Julie and Tom Condon for their benevolence to Mayfield and their gracious resolve to give back.

Tom’s career and commitment to service is extraordinary. Julie’s steadfast and graceful support is legendary. Before retirement in 2003, Tom worked in the securities industry for 42 years, the last two decades at Provident Investment Counsel as Managing Director. He and Julie married in 1964, and Tom launched his career as a stock broker trainee at Dean Witter. Julie taught elementary school as they raised their children, Amy and Tom. As he grew in experience and resources, Tom shared his business acumen with the Boards of many Catholic

Tom and Julie Condon with daughter Amy Condon ’91, son Tom and his wife, Christy



Holy Child Scholarship Fund The alumnae listed below made contributions to Mayfield Senior School during 2016-17. Mayfield alumnae underwrite the entire Holy Child Scholarship program as their primary philanthropic focus. This program supports outstanding students from area elementary schools who embody the spirit of the Holy Child philosophy. The renewable $3,500-$5,000 scholarships are offered to incoming students each year. In 2016-17, 44 young women benefited from the Holy Child Scholarship Fund. Alumnae who contribute $500 or more can “Adopt a Scholar” and follow the student’s progress during her time at Mayfield Senior School (denoted by *). A class may also work together to adopt a scholar by contributing $3,500 or more (denoted by **). 1944 Victoria Geis Pauley*† 1947 Jacquelyn Brown Kivley* 1949 Joyce O’Hagan Nores* 1950 Marlowe Boyes Hanlon Teresa Bannan Nally* 1951 Jacqueline Auldridge Botz 1952 Claire Dillon Gibbs 1953 Susan Brady Alfaro* Patricia Bedford Sweeney* Rosemary Saal Whitney 1954 Sheila Sullivan Conant Ann Lobdell Graves

1955 Alice Miller Henry-Taylor Barbara Hopp*† Carol Treadwell-Magoffin Ninteman* 1956 Denise Halet Brown* Hilary Walshe Donahue Anne Van Lahr Doud Sr. Sheila McNiff, SHCJ 1957 Mary Karig D’Urso* Peggy Hill Georgann Richter Lovejoy* Francine Masotti Strain 1958 Mary Van Lahr Hester* Nancy Curran Saint Izuel Caroline Murphy Peck 1959 Marilynn Kaufhold

1960 Barbara Barry Blackman Martha Chute Fitzpatrick* Sally Johansing Held* Michelle Pierrong Klepper Rosemary Lynch Mitchell* 1961 Judith Zant Anderson Mary Alice Cords Toni Bannan Gross Sheila Gillespie McCune Pamela Frase Petterle Thora Walshe Wolfe 1962 Libby Robertson Carra Jane Low Parshall Carol Sweeney Spieker* Patricia Sutherlen 1964 Debbie Schnell Blair Marianna Johansen Fisher* Cristina Johansing Virginia Schlueter Jones*

Kathleen Ziemann Pesqueira Kathleen Clougherty Regan* Karen Swenson Debbie Langan Valentine* Marian McCord Van Alyea* 1965 Carole Getty Corfman Sandra Sweetser Kindermann* 1966** Barbara Nanninga Anglin Ayne Gage Baker Annette Carhartt Brandin* Barbara Beven Brown Karen Faul Bryce LeAnn Green Conway Kathleen Demeter Fleisher Judy Genovese Candida Crowe Genzmer Mary Ellen Gormican Cornelia Reynolds Gould Chris Giles Graham Fonia Marshall Humphries Molly Johnston Anne P. Kortlander*

Melissa Holmes Lebo Lin Karl McMahon Rebecca Chute Metrano Kathy Mulcahy-Morgan Tamer Delap Peacock Cathy Christiansen Phillis Lesley M. Scheller Mary Stoebe Sheridan Margaret Mary Neil Villarreal* Darcy Burns Williams Margaret Lima Wills Jane Baumer Woodman* 1967 Beth Johansing Cote Mary Anne Hyde Debriyn* Carmen M. Giedt Sally Jeanne McKenna Karen O’Kane Pagliuso 1968 Barbara Doherty Andrews Chrisi Smith Fleming* Margaret M. Morrow* Barbara Spalding

Awards, Scholarships & Endowments The following foundations and individuals supported Mayfield Senior School in 2016-17 through gifts to our current year and endowment scholarship programs. Over $1 million is awarded annually to deserving students, making the dream of a Mayfield education a reality. We thank Ahmanson Scholarship The Ahmanson Foundation

Coats Family Scholarship Mrs. Laura Coats† & Mr. Thomas Schulz

Carrie Estelle Doheny Scholarship Carrie Estelle Doheny Foundation

Bannan Family Scholarship Endowment Mr. & Mrs. Patrick L. Nally Pacific-Western Foundation

Current Year Scholarship Anonymous (2) Christ Child Society Mr. & Mrs. Michael Dooling (Kathleen Kelley ’63) Mrs. William Eyler † Dr. Agustin Garcia Mr. David Hassler Society of the Holy Child Jesus

Paula and Jack Connolly Award Mr. & Mrs. John Dubberly Mr & Mrs. David Jones Mr. & Mrs. John Given Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Hindle-Katel Mr. & Mrs. Malcolm Kemp (Paula Connolly ’61) Ms. Linda Levy Ms. Jeanne Luckett

Betsy Bannan Gilmore ’76 Scholarship Ms. Christine Madden ‘76 Mr. & Mrs. Gregory E. Martin (Molly Fitzpatrick ’76) Mr. & Mrs. Peter Moore (Teresa Bannan ‘73)


the following donors for supporting the scholarship needs of our young women. To establish a named scholarship, please contact Angela Howell ’76, Director of Development, at (626) 204-1006 or email


Mr. & Mrs. Bill Mingst Ms. Laura McMahon Mr. & Mrs. Francis J. Murphy Ms. Judy Murray Mr. & Mrs. Brian Palmer Jean Perkins Foundation Ms. Kimberly Porter Mr. & Mrs. John Pryor Mr. & Mrs. Charles Spain Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Whitemore Mr. Yuen Yeh Mr. & Mrs. Herman Young

1969 Victoria Howell Fuster De La Riva Karen Schumacher Poindexter 1970 Sally C. Bucklin Laurie Lipper* Ann Gormican Murphy Kathleen O’Kane* 1971 Isabelle Fakas Drake Marxianna Moe-Cook Constance Howell White* 1972 Alicia M. Anderson Mary K. Fitzpatrick Lesley Gallagher Leslie Taverner Holliday Martha Mahan Claudia Satori Peggy A. Smith* Lisa Sparks Stathatos Jeanne Eikrem Vilsack 1973 Elizabeth Lewis Gilfillan* Susan Mergenthaler Goldberg Claire Christiansen Mitchell Teresa Bannan Moore Margaret Agamenoni Williams*

1974 Patricia Wilson Brugman* Mariann Carrasco Elizabeth Ackerman Goethals* Renee Mauvezin Hansen* Margaret Simonds Jorgensen* Margaret Eyler Legault

1980 Kathleen Aicher Honora Howell Chapman Soledad Endara Tracy Van Dyke Joseph Daina Petronis Kasputis* Carolyn Gibbs Seitz*

1975 Hilary T. Chute*

1981 Nancy McAniff Annick* Elizabeth Rusnak Arizmendi Sarah Wood Berg* Trisha Thurman Denney Kelly Joyce Dunn Edith Van Tuyle Gardner Bernadette Ferrante Hart Mary Shea McConnell* Michele Peutet* Anne Elizabeth Pings* Tina Karamanoukian Shabanian

1976 Marie Gibbs Grimes Angela M. Howell* Christine Madden* Molly Fitzpatrick Martin* Kathleen Barry McCollum Selina Chipembere Okeyo 1977** Barbara Balen Jennifer A. Becker Lori A. Cifarelli Susan Eldredge Marnie Ruland Grigsby Anne Hartfield Mary Jane Dudenhoeffer Kelly* Wendy Walker Livingston Theresa E. Mitchell Margaret Ferry Orem* Cynthia Riggs Jennifer Riggs Susan Shiells Tricia Tartaglione Volk* Patricia Wickman* 1978 Jane Bucklin MacKinnon Linda Malley Taylor 1979 Sara Chute Rodeghero Mary Nally Ternan

David C. Haber Scholarship Endowment Mrs. David C. Haber Mr. & Mrs. Sage Knauft (Margaret Haber ’91) Mr. & Mrs. Gregory R. Ryan

1982 Sheila Gormican Baker Brigid Fitzpatrick Brahos Nicole Artukovich Daze Mary Parker Ditt Jane Streeter De Haven Wendy Dockendorf Fryke Peggy Mills Ireland Krystyna Yokaitis Jamieson Jacqueline Katigbak Macabuhay Mary Michelena Monroe Patricia Roski Karri Traggio Rodgers Toi Webster Treister 1983 Elizabeth Murphy Anderson Kelly Van Dyke Gordo Bernadette Hartfield Hotaling Jane Anne McAniff Mary McDonnell* Jeanne Pratte Muir

Mrs. Edmund Shea The Shea Foundation

Hotchkis Family Endowment Fund Mr. & Mrs. John F. Hotchkis

Molly Gorman Memorial Arts Award Mr. Joseph Gorman Mr. & Mrs. Robert Patton (Jennifer Gorman ’89)

George H. Mayr Scholarship George H. Mayr Foundation

Pheasant Family Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. Merrill Butler III

Head of School Installation Luncheon Mr. & Mrs. Daniel T. Bane

Phillips Family Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Phillips

Maureen Mary Shea ’86 Scholarship Endowment Mr. & Mrs. Britton McConnell (Mary Shea ’81) Edmund and Mary Shea Family Foundation

Professional Development Mayfield Senior School Parents Board

Jean Childs Palmer* Irene Izquierdo Patterson Maria Collins Stolpe Donell Aure Thomas* 1984 Andrea Zaninovich Bland* Rosemarie Rasic Gonzalez Mia Paggi Green Heidi McNiff Johnson* Jacqueline Girardi Lira Patricia Michelena Parisi Roseann Nardon Parry Mary Cathleen Pings Ann Colborn Pizzinat

Kimberly Osollo Engstrom Grace Kibler Griffin* 1989 Jennifer Caton Abel Ruby Bugarin Jennifer Girardi Crane Julie Bitonti Cunningham Ellen Shea Dietrick* Jennifer Gorman Patton Rebecca Pottmeyer Reed*

1985 Kimberly Ebershoff D’Amico Theresa Rasic Gonzales Mary Workman Hatton Seema Shahani Malhotra 1986 Rita Csejtey* Marcela Escobar Schnell Hall Hart Charlene Barone Jackson Victoria Mulhall Christine Van Rooy Keppel Karin Kim Catherine Hayden Marsh* Marianne Marino Rorden Patricia Bannan Pascale 1987 Cheryl Daly Allen* Raquel Marie Apodaca* Ann Pagano Kennedy Alison Shea Knoll* Alyson Burkitt Lewis* 1988 Alyce Hamilton Easton*

1990 Rosemarie Diaz Carolina De La Torre Goldthwait* Monique Noreillie Homan Kimberly Isaac Gerianne Sarte Kim* Luz Nunez McBride* 1991 Tanya Sofia Jurado Margaret Haber Knauft* 1992 Yvonne Balderrama Colleen Campbell Borelli


Sharon Thralls Memorial Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. Anthony P. Clougherty Ms. Melinda Foote Ms. Valerie Foote Valerie Norton Nora ’55 Scholarship The Suzanne Nora Johnson & David G. Johnson Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Sascha Mornell Sr. Helen Mary Weisbrod, SHCJ Scholarship Society of the Holy Child Jesus

Rose Hills Scholarship The Rose Hills Foundation



Holy Child Scholarship Fund continued from page 47

Mary Bannan Bruno Jennifer Wong Christensen* Elizabeth Engen Heuclin Carol Chung Lingrosso Alisa Marie Medders Gina Peplow Kristine Plyler Monique Ruestmann Gian K. Schwehr Stacey Ann Somilleda Kate Standifer 1993 Kirsten Larsen Clougherty Adriann Grieco Cocker* Christina Constantino Mary Jackson Cory Grace Cua Dy Roxana Alvarez Gates Christine Real Japlit Maritess Lacuesta Kinderman* Anna Ortiz Morfit* Kelly Nelson Nakasone* Carrie Fogliani Richards Jennifer Reames Van Hoof 1994 Rebecca Cervantes Garcia* Katherine Gorris Taleen Hindoyan Marylou Lacuesta Holly* Gia Scafidi Leiva Michelle Macasero Griselda Nunez Patricia Perez Elisabeth Frank Rosenson

Kristen Rose Virdone Christina Mariko Yamasaki

1995 Fernanda Barreto Erika Cornejo Elizabeth Ernster Donna Marie Estacio Kelly Serat Garrison* Melissa Anne Moore Kristina Musni Katherine Dwyer Scheffey 1996 Katherine Burns Erica Possemato Pegram 1997 Megan Molloy Bergstrom Marisela Delgado Jennifer Christine Dunne Amanda Gandara Jennifer Gersch Cary Harder Hueser Megan Jo McKernan Colleen O’Meara Allison Elizabeth Rector Adriana Gross Seastrom* 1998 Dayna A. Mauricia Deborah Sinclair 1999 Alexis Blair Giermann Emily G. Goodell Anneke Osterkamp Greco* Heather Farquhar Portus* Heather Hinckley Trotta Sanam Yasseri 2000 Katherine Bitonti Lilani Anne Estacio Melissa Diane Greenwood

Stephanie Higgins Jillian Slattery Lynae Rochelle Towner Maureen E. Turner Denise Nicole Williams 2001 Samantha Bane Bainter Michelle Kim-Mai Giron Lisa M. Haigh-Psomas Colleen Ryan Jendreas Jaime Claire Stoney 2002 Vanessa Arredondo Adriana Michelle Ayuso Nicole Balderrama Arleen Bejerano Danika Dykstra Bucka Erin Byer Abeni Carr Jennifer Ceron Vanessa Cervantes Kathryn Clifford Mary Kaufman Coffey* Mary Stathatos Cole Beth Dobinson Sarah Garcia Alexandra Grossi Amanda Howell

Jessica Martone Jennifer Mele Megan Moret Jessica Perea Phedellee Castro Reyes Yasmin Sotomayor Kathryn Wilson* 2003 Sabrina Lorenzia Beason Marissa Osterkamp Bell Jacqueline Calderon Colette LeBon Coles Michelle Chua Evangelista Kathryn Gerletti Adia Gooden Caroline Govind Kelly Halford Trisha Holguin Eliza Hooper Andrea Laks Molly Miller-Madden Tara Mitchell Karen Stahlheber Nikolakakis Cristal Ogletree Marisa Origel Sarah Ortiz Indira Persad Brittney Dennis Pruitt

2004 Tana David Rachel Cota Hochstetler Anne Emerson Leak Patricia Mok Allison Dehoney Najoan Ashley Delane O’Bryant Jennifer Sunae Park Hayley Pontrelli Rachel Pringle Liv Amend Steingart Whitney Willis Visger 2005 Erica Delgado Jordan Eboreime Laura Figel Meghann Giardino Gabrielle Hollingsworth Katherine Valverde Lapsys Shannon LeBrun LeBlanc Devin Mikulka Brittany Barnes Reeser Maureen Hayes Sweeney Heather Suzanne Underwood Cassandra Zwart 2006 Sarah Bane Carolyn Cota Kazandra De La Torre Kimberly Feeney Allison Gadberry Giana Korth Michelle Macedo Emily Osterkamp Murphy* Carolynn Nepomuceno Mary Sima

Gifts Restricted for Other Purposes Faith in our Future Capital Campaign Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Alders Mr. Andrew Alvarez Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Condon Mr. Joseph G. Gorman Mrs. & Mrs. Mark Gunn Mr. & Mrs. Paul T. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Mark Ladd Mr. and Mrs. Qiang Li Mr. and Mrs. Emmett P. Lynch Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Neithart Drs. John & Terre Ostkerkamp Mr. & Mrs. Graeme Gilfillan (Elizabeth Lewis ’73) Mr. & Mrs. Edward Roohan



Sr. Mary Wilfrid Gymnasium Improvement Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Alders Mr. Leslie Allan Mr. Ernest Arboles & Mrs. Stephanie Chavez Mr. & Mrs. Chris Augustine Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Baggott Ms. Courtney Barron Dr. & Mrs. Jack Bayramyan Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey Bland (Andrea Zaninovich ‘84) Dr. & Mrs. Jack Blumenthal Mrs. Cheryl Branum Mr. & Mrs. Jim Brooks Mr. & Mrs. Allen J. Brune Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Burke

Mr. & Mrs. Steven Bussard The Capital Group Companies Francis H. Clougherty Charitable Trust Mr. & Mrs. Christian Cocker (Adriann Grieco ‘93) Mr. & Mrs. John Coffey Mr. Gerard DeZern & Ms. Laurie Yockey Mr. & Mrs. Fidencio Domingo Mr. & Mrs. Michael Dunn Eaves Family Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Hayden Eaves III Mr. Hayden Eaves IV Mr. & Mrs. Joseph S. Eisele Mr. & Mrs. Berne H. Evans IV Mr. Jeff Favretto and Dr. Katja Favretto Mr. & Mrs. Jasen Grohs

Mr. & Mrs. Steven Hawkins Hotchkis & Wiley Ms. Angela M. Howell ‘76 Mr. & Mrs. Paul C. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Bart L. Kessel Drs. Allen & Mary Khachatourian Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Korzenecki Mr. & Mrs. Mark Ladd Mrs. Dori Branum Larsuel Mr. & Mrs. William Lewis Ms. Leslie Linde Mr. & Mrs. James R. Lo Coco Mr. & Mrs. Yeng Keong Low Mr. & Mrs. Michael Maddigan Mr. & Mrs. William Marsh Mr. & Mrs. Richard Marthe

2007 Jacinth Alano Lorna Baggott Amber Berrios Michelle DeBoever Therese Dizon Cassandra Feliciano Anna Hoyer Emma Kaufman* Dahliena Kwan Jennifer Monohan Nina Ojeda Marisa Plescia Darcy Ryan Lauren Shaller Kelsey Slater Devin Tanigawa Lourdes Uribe Abigail Urquhart Anna Vossler Julia Wagner Lindsey Webb Kayla Yokoyama 2008 Brittany Banis Brooke Barnes Alyssa Bicos Leah Carter Amanda Castillo Bernadette Clougherty Katherine Farina Alina Kung Catherine Nally Mary Kate Roohan Jennifer Vanegas Kimberly Wall Stephanie Watanasutisas 2009 Malissa Balderama Jane Clark Colette Connor

Ariana Figueras Teresa Gilmore Christian Gomez Samantha Hampar Maureen McCarthy Kathryn McGee Kathleen McGinley Anne Mergenthaler Stephanie Segovia Jade Stewart Alana Yokoyama 2010 Adriana Anderson Natalie Ferguson Julia Klein Claire Magula Melissa Morales Phoebedel Reyes Madisyn Spence Megan Vallone 2011 Katherine Clancy Grace Harding Madalyn M. Liautaud Sara Loewel Michelle Mohr Anna Patterson Elizabeth Sanchez Julie Sanchez Siena Repetti Schmitt Hannah Schraer Sara Snider 2012 Charlotte Anderson Carina Benzinger Samantha Cheng Helena Garcia Lauren Guzman Erica Mendoza Carolyn Morris Krupa Patel

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Moffat Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Morin Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Neithart Mr. & Mrs. Edward Nowak Mr. & Mrs. Patrick O’Reilly Mr. & Mrs. Tony Paine Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Pascale (Patricia Bannan ‘86) Mr. & Mrs. John G. Pasqualetto, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. George Raptis Mrs. Kathleen Clougherty Regan ‘64 Mr. Sean Regan Ms. Cynthia Riggs ‘77 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Riley Mr. & Mrs. Luis Rivera

Sean Elizabeth Provencio Ashley Schammel Madeline Renn Catherine Van Dyke Jennifer Watanasutisas Michelle Yang Juliana Zovak 2013 Katherine Alders Annalise Arboles Brynn Evans Jordan Lo Coco Kristen McGee Molly Serhan 2014 Alexandra Badie Isabella Daher Isabella Dolendo Alexandra Eisele Laura Emmons Kathleen Floyd Ashley Gabriel Emma Horne Natalie Johnson Patricia Johnson Carlin Kessel Christina Lara Erika Lin Lora McManus Emily Monroe Gabrielle Moreth Jasmin Rizko Sheila Roohan Kylie Snyder Cadence Stark Alexandra Tulleners Remy Traglio Raegen Valdes Mary Van Dyke Alexandra Zachary

Mr. Frank Robles & Dr. Darline Robles Mr. Mark Saigh & Ms. Mara Suchy Mr. Shadi Sanbar & Dr. Jennifer Sanbar Mr. & Mrs. James P. Sarni Ms. Hannah Schraer ‘11 Edmund and Mary Shea Family Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Britton McConnell (Mary Shea ’81) Mrs. Mary Shea John and Dorothy Shea Foundation Mr. Kevin Slattery & Ms. Carol Pickle Mr. & Mrs. David Smith Mr. & Mrs. Tim Smith Ms. Sharick Smyser Mr. & Mrs. John Snider Ms. Sara Snider ‘11

2015 Sophia Aschieris Annabelle Bardenheier Lauren Boyle Catherine Evans Grace Fraser Jocelyn Gaona Sophia Gentile Katherine Hatton Chelsea Heller Lilly Helmuth-Malone Avra Juliani Nevada Lacroix Monica Maceo Nisha Malhotra Maureen McConnell Kaitlyn McGloin Caroline Moe Sarah Moore Katherine Moritz Kendall Odermatt Michaela Puccinelli Lauren Romo Marie Sadd Golddy Saldana Jessica Sarni Katherine Schiller Lucy Schouweiler Louisa May Stein Nicole Trombatore Erika Uriarte Kristen Wall Sabrina Waller Emma Weithas Rachel Wiggins Danielle Yao

Mr. & Mrs. David Stolpe Mr. & Mrs. Stephen R. Sweeney Mr. & Mrs. William Thomson Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Tighe Mr. & Mrs. A. W. Urquhart Mr. & Mrs. Damon Valentino Mr. Phillip Velasco Mr. Kimbang Vu & Mrs. Ferari Domingo-Vu Mr. & Mrs. Stephen H. Watkins Sr. France White, SHCJ Mr. & Mrs. Peter Wilkniss

2016 Melanie Altamirano Camille Arboles Madeleine Coppersmith Faith Doney Sophia Fortner Avery Fuller-Monk Isabelle Gallardo Elayna Goepel Mary Harding Perry Hotchkis Sarah Johnson Kennadi Liang Vanessa Machock Elizabeth Malloy Kristen Mascarenhas Sophia Masenga Mary McClain Amanda Mendoza Jessica Miller Gabriella Mukai Alison O’Neil Victoria Paz Amanda Philbin Sophia Remedios Ashley Kate Sayas Emily Serhan Katherine Tighe Amy Viehl Megan Villar Michaela Wood Katherine Weissmuller

Science and Technology Mr. & Mrs. Stephen F. Beverburg Dr. & Mrs. Jack Blumenthal Boeing Company

Restricted Other Mr. & Mrs. Peter D. Kaufman Mr. & Mrs. Frank Sanchez



Endowment secures Mayfield’s future

Mayfield Senior School’s endowment funds provide long-term resources to support the sustainability of the school and ensure our future as a Catholic, Holy Child school. Endowments also help us to invest in the programs, people and facilities that help us to “meet the wants of the age” in the spirit of our foundress, Cornelia Connelly. Our student endowment funds are also vital to our ability to offer financial aid to bright students who would otherwise not be able to attend Mayfield, ensuring that Mayfield remains the inclusive, joyful and faith-filled environment that Cornelia Connelly intended all Holy Child Schools to be.

Current Endowment Funds We are grateful to these families, individuals and foundations, whose belief in the unique benefits of a Mayfield education has found expression in an endowed fund or scholarship.

Golden Jubilee Scholarship Endowment (1981)

Student Scholarship

Established in honor of Mayfield Senior School’s 50th Anniversary.

75th Anniversary Scholarship Endowment (2006)

Holy Child Endowment Fund (1999)

Established in honor of the 75th Anniversary of the Mayfield Schools, this permanently endowed scholarship fund supports our commitment to providing financial assistance. Brenda Babich ’56 Scholarship Endowment (1981)

A four-year, need-based scholarship established by Leo Babich in memory of his daughter, Brenda.

This fund provides additional support for the alumnae-funded Holy Child Scholarship program. W.M. Keck Foundation Scholarship Endowment (1981)

This four-year scholarship allows the school to award financial assistance to a student(s) based on academic achievement and financial need. Jackie Koo Scholarship Endowment (1994)

A four-year, need-based scholarship established by the Nally family.

Established by the Koo family, this endowed fund provides scholarship support to students who demonstrate academic promise and financial need.

De Pietro Family Scholarship Endowment (2002)

Donald T. Leahy Scholarship Endowment (2007)

A four-year scholarship awarded to a student who demonstrates academic excellence and has a special interest in the sciences.

Established by the George H. Mayr Foundation, through a gift from the Donald T. Leahy Charitable Trust, this endowed scholarship is directed to gifted students with demonstrated financial need.

Bannan Family Scholarship Endowment (2005)

David C. Haber Scholarship Endowment (2002)

Established by the Haber family in memory of former Board of Trustees Chair, David C. Haber, this four-year scholarship is awarded to a Hispanic student who 50

demonstrates great joy in learning, involvement in school activities and a special commitment to both family and community.


George H. Mayr Foundation Scholarship Endowment (1996)

This endowment provides annual scholarships to “deserving, needy

and worthy” students in memory of George H. Mayr. Niven Family Scholarship Endowment (1996)

Established by Maria-Antonia Niven, this endowed scholarship is directed to outstanding students who demonstrate academic promise and financial need. Pike Family Scholarship Endowment (1991)

Hayden Faculty Salary Endowment (1981)

Established by the William R. and Virginia Hayden Foundation, this fund is dedicated to supporting and retaining teachers committed to excellence in Catholic education.

Program Endowments Boyes Library Fund (1989)

Established by Thomas and Katherine Pike, this scholarship supports students who demonstrate academic promise and financial need.

This fund, established by Dr. Joseph Boyes in memory of his wife, Julia Marlowe Boyes, supports expansion of the library collection for Speech, Drama and Performing Arts.

Maureen Mary Shea ’86† Scholarship Endowment (1985)

John J. Connolly Creative Writing Endowment (1994)

This merit scholarship, awarded to a member of the junior class for her senior year, was established by Edmund and Mary Shea in memory of their daughter.

Established in memory of John J. Connolly, this fund supports an annual award for a student demonstrating excellence in creative writing.

Sr. Mary Wilfrid Yore, SHCJ Scholarship Endowment (1991)

Molly Gorman Arts Award (2006)

This fund was established in honor of Sr. Mary Wilfrid’s 45 years of service to Mayfield Senior School.

Faculty Endowments Ahmanson Foundation Endowment (1990)

This endowed fund supports teacher compensation. Golden Jubilee Faculty Salary Endowment (1981)

Established in honor of Mayfield Senior School’s 50th Anniversary.

Established by Joseph Gorman in memory of his wife, Molly Gorman, this award is presented annually to a junior who has demonstrated excellence in music or creative arts.

General Endowment Funds Hotchkis Family Endowment (2016)

Established by the Hotchkis family, this endowed fund supports financial sustainability.

Make your mark on Mayfield

An endowment is your own personalized legacy for Mayfield. Use your imagination! Many donors choose to establish an honorary or memorial gift for a beloved family member or special friend as a permanent legacy. An endowment will always honor the donor’s specific intentions.

with a named endowment or scholarship fund Scholarship Endowments

Program Endowments

Write the terms of your own named scholarship. For example, you can specify that your endowment be used to support students who qualify for need-based financial aid or you can focus your scholarship on a specific subject.

Ensure the sustainability of programs near and dear to your heart. You can support one of our existing programs or be a driving force in funding and developing a new area of study at Mayfield.


Current Funds


Current Funds

Faculty Endowments Help Mayfield to continue to offer competitive faculty compensation and benefits packages and contribute to Current Funds our professional development programs.


Current Value (as of 6/30/2017)

Current Value (as of 6/30/2017)

Current Value (as of 6/30/2017)




These additional endowments are managed by and used at the discretion of the Board of Trustees:

Board Designated Fund Current Value

$2,379,225 General Endowment Fund Current Value

Tax-deductible endowment gifts can be made as a onetime gift of cash or stock, through a pledge over several years, through an ongoing annual commitment, or through planned gifts and bequests. For more information about establishing your own endowment at Mayfield, please contact Angela Howell ’76, Director of Development, at (626) 204-1006 or

$24,042 Investment Value Change



Contributions added in 2016/17



Market Value on June 30, 2016

Market Value on June 30, 2017

$5,769,813 $5,995,763 Appropriations from Endowment

$330,000 2016-17 ANNUAL REPORT




Summary of Support Summary of Donor Support 2016-17 Total Income | $10,566,584

UNDESIGNATED GIFTS Annual Giving Memorials and Honorary Gifts

$470,062 4,455

Other Income 3% SCHOLARSHIP

Contributions 12%

Current Year Scholarship Holy Child Scholarship

$310,750 124,127


Program Endowments


General Endowment


Scholarship Endowments



2016-17 Total Expenses | $10,476,641

Beverburg Science Fund Student Book Scholarship Fund

$144,793 4,000 10,000

Sr. Barbara Mullen Fund for Mission and Ministry 30,000

Tuition Assistance 13%

CAPITAL PURPOSES Gymnasium Air Conditioning Chapel Lighting Faith in Our Future Campaign

Physical Plant/Capital Improvements 14%

$184,446 1,000 177,601

PLANNED GIVING 73% Faculty, Administration, Staff and Instructional

William and Patricia Eyler Estate TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS

$28,949 $1,530,175



Homecoming & Reunions

2018 Cornelian Award Winner

Jeanette Acosta ’04 was the “the epitome of Cornelia Connelly,” an activist, lawyer, change-maker, a warrior for those in need, said Abeni Carr ’02, who nominated her in September 2017. At Mayfield, Jeanette served as Class President and ASB Vice President. At USC she interned for Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and received a Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Fellowship in the office of Congressman Xavier Becerra. Jeanette graduated cum laude as a Presidential Scholar with a bachelor’s degree in political science and psychology from USC. She also received USC’s prestigious Laurel and Palm award for leadership, scholarship and service.

2018 Saturday, April 21

We kicked off this annual celebration of Mayfield sisterhood with a late-afternoon Mass in the Connelly Chapel in Strub Hall, followed by the presentation of the Cornelian Award for Alumna of the Year. The “Actions Not Words” contributions of this year’s two co-recipients— both Harvard grads and dedicated public servants—span generations of our alumnae (and women’s!) history. The Hon. Margaret Morrow ’68 is a trailblazer in the legal profession and Jeanette Acosta ’04†, who we lost to cervical cancer just months before the awards ceremony, was honored posthumously for her work as a social justice and civil rights warrior.

Jeanette Acosta ’04 †

Jeanette launched her public service career as an Ameri-Corps VISTA-César Chávez Fellow where she founded the Sí, Se Puede! Learning Center for Mexican immigrant children in Hollister, Calif. As a Fulbright Scholar, Jeanette researched how to improve education policy in Zacatecas, Mexico. She earned her Master in Public Policy from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government in 2012. She served as Latino Vote Director with President Barack Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign in Iowa and then as the United Farm Workers Foundation Immigration Reform Campaign Director in Washington, D.C. Jeanette earned her J.D. from UC Hastings College of the Law and became a Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Anna Blackburne-Rigsby of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.

After Mass, alumnae caught up with their classmates and former teachers over twilight cocktails on the Pergola Lawn and took “golden hour” class photos before sitting down to dinner served by Cynthia Trepanier Porter ’79 and her company, Cynthia Brooks Distinctive Catering. If you graduated in years ending in 4 or 9, we’ll see you on campus next year—contact Nicole Cosand, Director of Annual Giving and Alumnae Relations at to get involved in planning your reunion!

Jeanette’s parents, Frank and Maryann, her boyfriend Chris and her brother Robert were on hand to accept the award on her behalf.

Margaret (holding Cornelian Award plaque) surrounded by friends and Head of School Kate Morin



In December 2016, Jeanette was diagnosed with Stage 4A cervical cancer, which she fought with courage. After a life dedicated to social justice, civil rights and educational equity, Jeanette died in December 2017. Her family accepted this posthumous award at homecoming Mass.




1983 1973


2018 Cornelian Award Winner


Margaret Morrow ’68

The Honorable Margaret Morrow ’68 is a distinguished jurist and national leader in the legal profession. She is woman of faith with a caring heart who builds community, advocates for women in her profession and is devoted to justice for the underserved. Margaret has served on Mayfield’s Board of Trustees and the board of Bryn Mawr College, where she graduated in 1971 magna cum laude with honors before attending Harvard Law School, graduating cum laude in 1974.



She began her legal career at Kadison, Pfaelzer, Woodard, Quinn & Rossi as the firm’s second woman associate. Margaret served as President of the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Barristers Section, starting its pro bono Domestic Violence Clinic. Later, she was named President of the Los Angeles County Bar Association. In 1993, Margaret became the first woman President of the State Bar of California, prompting President Bill Clinton to appoint her to the Judicial Bench of the United States District Court for the Central District of California in 1998. She also led the effort to build a new Federal Courthouse in Los Angeles. After retiring from the bench, she took on a new career as President and CEO of Public Counsel, a non-profit that provides legal aid to the underserved.



Congratulations Class of 2018 Claire Aimee Cruz

Marguerite Terumi Irie

The Catholic University of America

Santa Clara University

Sophia Rose Daher

Amanda Ksenia Helen Kuczma

Oregon State University

University of San Francisco

Angeli Menguito De La Cruz*§

Harper Louise LaCroix*§

University of California, Irvine

University of California, Los Angeles

Mayfield Academic Award for Vocal Music Archdiocesan Christian Service Award

Caitlin Eliza Lee*§

Maeve Etta Deems

Mayfield Award of Merit for Liberal Arts

George Washington University Mayfield Academic Award for Theatre Monica Rose DeZern

University of Portland Christine Florinda Diaz

University of La Verne Senior Class President Carmen Mascarenhas ’18

Nayah Galvan Acosta

Muhlenberg College Natalie Amanda Akins

Scripps College Mayfield Academic Award for Athletics Kristen Rose Allan

University of Oregon Amanda Magdalena Arenas

California State University, San Marcos Kemi Tam Ashing-Giwa*§

Harvard University Mayfield Academic Award for Creative Writing Mary Magdalene Astalis

University of Portland Miriam Bargout§

University of California, Davis Cibella Angelica Borges

California State University, Northridge Liana Emiko Brydle

Occidental College Isabella Angela Canani

The New School

University of Southern California Mayfield Academic Award for Athletics Bethany Chloe Easton

University of Colorado, Boulder Anne Margaret Evans

Southern Methodist University Amber V. Flores

Sonoma State University Hannah Jackalyn Franco

University of Southern California Natalie Hsiao-Hsuan Fung

Westmont College Trinity Anne Gomez§

University of Southern California Mayfield Academic Award for Theology Carina Mieko Grande

Occidental College Emma Adelita Guevara

Pepperdine University Caroline Noelle Hall

University of Miami

Oxford College of Emory University

Laura Munro Haskin

Oxford College of Emory University Aoife Marie Chow

Washington & Lee University Mayfield Academic Award for French


Malayna Romero Domingo

Liri (Jacinda) Chen Liyue (Shirley) Chen


Mayfield Academic Award for Photography Mayfield Academic Award for Technical Theatre Mayfield Award of Merit for Fine Arts

Loyola Marymount University Holly Anne Helmuth-Malone

University of California, Berkeley Madeleine Elita Hotaling

Elon University

Cornelia Connelly Award winner Lauren Spensiero ’18 with Head of School Kate Morin

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Catalina Rose Lesse

University of Oregon Maureen Clare Lewis§

University of California, Berkeley Mayfield Academic Award for Mathematics Academic Athlete Award National Merit Commended Scholar Jinge Li

Bryn Mawr College Emma Olivia Linde§

Lehigh University Carolyn Ann Lo Coco

Purdue University Sidney Catherine Lodovico Hendricks*§

University of Rochester Katrina Mari Lopez§

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Emily Kim Mar

Eckerd College Shelanee Vivian Maria Marcelline§

Loyola Marymount University

Lauren Mae Spensiero

Gonzaga University Cornelia Connelly Award Mayfield Academic Award for Dance Angie Lucia Toriz

University of San Francisco Caitlin Jeanette Trombatore*

Loyola Marymount University Sophie Davidson True

California Lutheran University The Mayfield Award Mayfield Academic Award for Film & Media Madeline Mae Tupy§

University of Notre Dame Emma Jane Marcussen

Elisa Anne O’Reilly§

Alysse McCailyn Urbach

University of Southern California

University of Southern California

University of Wisconsin

Carmen Shonali Mascarenhas*§

Amanda Marie Olivar§

Valentina Urteaga

University of Southern California

Loyola Marymount University

Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey

Elizabeth Ann Parisi*§

Georgia Ann Vagim

University of Notre Dame

University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Mayfield Academic Award for Vocal Music Academic Athlete Award National Merit Commended Scholar Margaret Anne Mason

Westmont College Kathryn Ann McCullough

Marist College Amanda Mary McGloin*§

Loyola Marymount University Isabella Mendoza§

Santa Clara University Marina Nicole Menendez

The Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Pike Award Knights of Columbus Pro Deo Et Patria Award Mayfield Award of Merit for Mathematics and Science National Merit Finalist Marissa M. Perez

University of La Verne Gabrielle Fallon Pidoux*§

Loyola Marymount University Lianne Amy Quek§

University of California, Riverside

Santa Clara University

Madison Mae Reed

Mayfield Academic Award for Spanish

Southern Methodist University

Olivia Noelle Mestas

Hannah Lynn Rivera*§

University of California, Berkeley

Fordham University

Eliana Bethany Penton Miskey

McGill University Elizabeth Lee Nail*§

University of California, Los Angeles

National Hispanic Scholar Carina Lee Robles

California Institute of the Arts Ariana Rayne Heslen Saigh§

Julia Taylor Nail*§

University of La Verne

Rachel Michele Nemiro

Mount Saint Mary’s University Michelle Rene New

University of San Francisco Mayfield Academic Award for Social Science Laura Noriega

Goucher College Amaka A. Nwankwo

Santa Clara University

California State University, Northridge Lila Grace Weithas

Texas Christian University Ava Helena Wilkniss

Boston University Katharine Eleanor Winschel*§

George Washington University Daria Elizabeth Young

Loyola Marymount University Allison Marie Zettlemoyer

Pepperdine University Mayfield Academic Award for Visual Arts * California Scholarship Federation Sealbearer § National Honor Society Member

Mayfield Academic Award for Mandarin

Mayfield Academic Award for Latin Mayfield Academic Award for Science National Merit Finalist

University of Cincinnati

Cecilia Maria Valle-Paz

Commencement Speaker and Mayfield alumna Lauren Marks ’98

University of California, Los Angeles Sofia Isabella Sanchez Kelly Taylor Sarkisian

University of Colorado, Boulder Angela Nadine Sarni*§

Villanova University Laura Searcy§

Tulane University Mayfield Academic Award for English Olivia Marie Smith

University of Wisconsin Melodey Maytinee Soong*§

Alana Marcela O’Reilly

Washington University in St. Louis

University of Southern California

Mayfield Academic Award for Instrumental Music



Class Notes 1950s






Carlene Herbert Kostiw ’54 1 For over 50 years, Carlene has taught art with passion and instinct, and she continues to inspire students in her private studio in Fresno. Many of her students have become successful in their pursuit of artistic expression. “Being an artist and educator has enriched my life tenfold. The ‘art’ of giving everything you know, from the God-given gifts bestowed upon you, is the greatest reward of purpose and peace.” Carlene has seen the richness of beauty in her hometown and captured the magnificence of Monterey and Carmel. She has suffered the loss of loved ones, battled cancer and overcome all odds of survival. “Art is what propels me forward.” Carlene’s life is reflected in the beauty, color and light of her signature watercolors. Watch a short PBS video about her current exhibit online at; enter Carlene Kostiw in the website’s search box. Diane Tomczak ’54 2 “During the fall, my husband Jim and I traveled to Europe again. We did another ‘Road Scholar’ program for a week in Amsterdam, which greatly enhanced our appreciation of the Dutch culture, architecture and the vastness of their business empire several centuries ago. Then we spent a week in the Stuttgart, Germany area after picking up a car at the factory. There is so much history, scenery and culinary delight to absorb that a week is not enough. In October, our area in Northern California experienced the horrendous fires. Thank God our immediate neighborhood was spared, however the effects of the devastation are constantly visible and the ramifications of the losses— including more than 5,000 homes and businesses destroyed, and the unforeseen environmental consequences—will continue for many years ahead. God’s country is being tested daily.” Todd Warner Jackson ’57 3 “I 3 recently retired from my job at Bank Street College of Education in New York City. As a volunteer, I am the co-chair of the Young Reviewers committee of the Bank Street Children’s Book Committee. Children from across the United States review books that I send them and their reviews are shared with the committee. We meet once a week to review books of the current year and give an annual award for the best fiction, poetry and non-fiction books. We publish an annual ‘best list.’ For the past four years I have included students 5 from the Cornelia Connelly Center

(CCC) in Manhattan as Young Reviewers. I also arrange visits and workshops at the CCC with the authors. I’m on the far right in the photo with a group of CCC students and this year’s fiction winner, Renee Watson, who wrote the book Piecing Me Together.


met Kentucky Derby-winning jockey Mike Smith at Mayfield Junior School’s Run for the Roses Benefit. Lesley Scheller ’66 5 “Recently I was asked to host a cooking demonstration for a group who purchased it at a charity auction. I had nothing to do with the planning of the event; I was only to supply the kitchen. The chef arrived and everything was fine and dandy. Then, all of a sudden, she asked out of the blue: “Did you go to Mayfield?” “Yes! How did you know?” Mayfield alum and chef Elizabeth Whitt Heuclin ’92 saw Mayfield mugs in my cupboard!” Rebecca Chute Metrano ’66 (see Jane Valde ’83 Class Note on page 60) Mary Stoebe Sheridan ’66 “The big news for me this year has been the closure of the Benedictine Sisters Monastery in Tucson, AZ, where I volunteered. The building has been sold and all the sisters moved to the motherhouse in Clyde, MO at the end of February. The community included 25 sisters when I arrived here in 2010, but was down to nine. My biggest accomplishment of the last few months has been helping with the relocation of the Monastery and Oblate libraries, probably 6,000+ books all together. The bulk of the books and shelves were donated to Benedictine University in Mesa, AZ. This has led to a discernment process for me, since I came to Tucson to volunteer with the sisters. I will still have some tasks with them: helping with the mailing of their magazine Spirit & Life, selling a small number of books on Amazon, and a great amount of work still to be done on the oral history project. I also have some writing and quilting that I want to do over the next few months. You’ll have to wait till next year to see where I end up!” Sally McFadden Gordon ’67 “I am studying at UC Davis to become a life coach. It seems a good way to give back after a great life of learning and collecting experiences. My husband, Steve, and I are still living in Napa and he is still painting beautiful pastels. His website is I would always welcome any Mayfield alums to the Napa Valley and to our home.” Class of 1969 6 Once a year Victoria Howell Fuster de la Riva ’69 travels into town from Spain to visit her Pasadena family, and a group from the Class of 1969 reunite over lunch. Last November, 11 members of the class met in Newport Beach to wine, whine and dine. From left: Erin Moore ’69, Victoria Howell Fuster de la Riva ’69, Kathy McKloskey Leber ’69, Wendy Kathleen Clougherty Regan ’64 4

Baker Heinman ‘69, Sharman Beven Dye ‘69, Shauneen Gough Bell ‘69, Karen Schumacher Poindexter ‘69, Mary Wickman ’69, Cathy Carmack Jones ‘69, Gaby Esteva-Genovese ‘69





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enjoyed their 45th Reunion in June 2017. The Class of 1977 8 reunited for their 40th Reunion in June 2017. Barbara Balen ’77 9 enjoys her time volunteering with the Friends of the Hastings Branch Library. Susan Shiells ’77 “As of August I am the new Volunteer & Community Outreach Coordinator for CASA of Los Angeles. At the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), I recruit volunteers to become advocates for the children in the foster care 10 dependency system of L.A. County.” The Class of 1972 7



has taken on the role of Regional Health Plan Officer with Health Net of California. She is responsible for the health care network from San Luis Obispo to San Diego, serving 1.5 million Health Net members. Tina and her husband live in Glendale with their three children. The Class of 1982 10 celebrated their 35th Reunion at Mayfield Senior School Tina Karamanoukian Shabanian ’81



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in June 2017. Amy Moore Allred ’82 11 shared a fun afternoon in Newport Beach with her Mayfield sisters Nicole Nardon-Whalen ’92, Mimi Collins Stolpe ’83, Michele Nardon Renn ’82, Kerry Sweeney Hinkelman ’82, Brigid Fitzpatrick Brahos ’82

and their close friend Desiree. Jane Valde ’83 12 “My story is of music and giving back to the community, one song at a time. I also share this story with another Mayfield alumna, Rebecca Chute Metrano ’66. We belong to Angel City Chorale, a group of diverse individuals who come together to give the gift of music to the community. We are celebrating our 25th anniversary this year and so far our chorale group has done amazing things. We will perform on America’s Got Talent during the show’s 2018 summer season. In May, we sang with the New York Gay Men’s Choir in their tribute concert to David Bowie. Our spring season will conclude with our concert, One World Many Voices, in June. We will be singing songs written in Gaelic, Spanish, Portuguese, Nepalese, Swahili and more. We even invited a youth choir from South Africa




to sing with us. For concert tickets and to learn more about Angel City Chorale go to When I’m not singing, I practice dentistry in Los Angeles. Rebecca teaches at El Rodeo Elementary in Beverly Hills and is a grandmother to two beautiful children.” Toi Treister ’82 13 Toi’s daughter, Natalie, graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where she double majored in botany and environmental science. In August, Natalie heads to Madrid, Spain to teach English and then plans to attend medical school. Pictured L-R: Olivia, 22, Jackson, 16, Toi, Natalie, 21, Dana and Alexandra, 20. Heidi McNiff Johnson ’84 14 was honored by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles at the Cardinal’s Award Dinner in March 2018 for her ongoing service to the Catholic community. Heidi said: “Mayfield’s all about service, it’s about action and caring for others. That’s just what we do. It happens to everybody who’s involved with Mayfield. It’s not unique to me. It’s every Mayfield alumna.” Heidi is pictured at the awards dinner, held at the


Beverly Hilton Hotel, with her husband, Ron and sons (L to R) Henry, 20, Ford, 16, and Hunter, 22. Victoria Kaleta Knapp ’84 15 “I am currently serving as a Council Member for the Altadena Town Council and will be PTA President of Altadena Arts Magnet next year. I am very involved in community engagement throughout Altadena, where I moved with my family in 2011. My oldest son, Hendrick, 11, will be starting middle school, and my youngest son, Grayson, 5, will be starting kindergarten in the Fall. In other news, my goddaughter, Ella Barbee, is an incoming Mayfield Senior School freshman this coming fall 2018!” Bernadette Garcia ’86 16 “I enjoyed playing Bloody Mary in the Community Asian Theatre of the Sierra’s production of South Pacific. The 17-show run was almost entirely sold out and quite a few patrons came to see the performance more than once. The nearly 70-year-old play has themes that still resonate today and I was honored to perform with this company.”

2017 Cornelian Award Winner

Navy pilot, professor and former All-Navy soccer player Captain Kate Standifer ’92 was awarded the 2017 Cornelian Award for Alumna of the Year. Jenny Wong Christensen ’92, who nominated Kate, said of her classmate: “Throughout her life, Kate has been a woman of action and leadership on athletic fields and in and out of school.” During her 20-year career as a distinguished naval officer and C-130 Hercules pilot, Kate has exemplified leadership in the air, on base and in the classroom. She has been honored with the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, and Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal. Most recently, Kate served as a professor at the Naval Leadership and Ethics Center in Newport, RI, where she has taught the Department Head Leadership Pilot Course. She previously served as the Executive Officer and Commanding Officer of Fleet Logistics Support Squadron FIVE FOUR (aka the “Revelers”) in New Orleans, LA. Kate earned her B.S. in ocean engineering from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD. She was designated a Naval Aviator in 1998 and her career included an assignment at the Naval Air Station Sigonella in Sicily. In 2005, she returned to the U.S., assigned to the Fleet Logistics Support Squadron FIVE FIVE in Point Mugu, Calif. Kate earned her Master of National Security and Strategic Studies at the Naval War College in Newport, RI in 2008.

Kate Standifer ’92

Captain Kate Standifer ’92 with husband Keith Healey and son Alex at Homecoming 2017


was thrilled to attend Rose Bustos Diaz’s ’90 graduation from medical school in June 2017. Rose is now in residency at the University of Michigan in emergency medicine. Gabrielle Porter Taylor ’90 18 “My husband, Chris, and I have our hands full with toddler Theodore Wren Taylor. Teddy is almost two, and he loves to hang out with Olivia, daughter of Jaime Engler Stoney ’01. I am working at the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office as a Neighborhood Prosecutor for the Los Angeles Police Department’s Northeast Division.” The Class of 1992 19 couldn’t believe it had been 25 years since their graduation! They celebrated in June 2017. Lisa Marin ’92 20 After obtaining tenure as a professor of biology at Bucknell University, Lisa was invited by her former lab-mate and co-author, Dr. Greg Jefferis, to join an international research team funded by the Wellcome Trust. She moved to Cambridge, England, in June 2017 and has been thoroughly enjoying her project on the neural circuits mediating temperature and humidity perception, as well as the opportunities to visit London on weekends and to travel across the U.K. and Europe. Carol De La Torre Goldthwait ’90 17

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2017 Cornelian Award Winner

Abeni Carr ’02

Abeni Carr ’02 with family, friends and classmates at Homecoming 2017

Educator Abeni Carr ’02, an advocate for underserved children in the Los Angeles area, was awarded the 2017 Cornelian Award for Alumna of the Year. In her nomination, Adia Gooden ’03 said: “Abeni epitomizes ‘Actions Not Words’ through her commitment to giving and improving the lives of others.” Abeni is a senior administrator within a charter school management organization serving eight schools in Compton, Watts and Inglewood. As Director of College Counseling, a record 70% of senior students under her guidance were accepted into four-year colleges and universities. She will soon return to serving as principal of College Bridge Academy, a Compton charter school. A proponent of hands-on learning, Abeni encourages her students, who reflect the diverse culture of Los Angeles, to become involved in community service and social justice activities. Abeni is a member of Mayfield’s Alumnae Council, the NAACP Los Angeles Chapter and a board member for PLUS ME Project, a non-profit youth leadership and organization. She was honored with the Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching & Leadership for her innovative contributions to education in urban schools. She received her B.A in English and minored in Pan African Studies from California State University, Northridge. She went on to earn her teaching credential and Master in Education at California State University, Los Angeles.

Class of 1993 21 members met at El Cholo in Pasadena in November 2017 for an evening of reminiscing. Rebecca Cervantes ’94 22 and her husband, Greg, welcomed twin daughters Reese and Riley in January. The twins join big sister Rory, 2. Elizabeth Grimm Forrester ’95 23 “I live in England with my husband, Michael, and our nine children. We’re pictured L-R: Aloysius, 13, holding Octavian, 3. My arms are around Inigo, 5, and above me is Alexie, 14. To the right of him is Georgiana, 16. Below her is Sophia, 11 and below her is Catherine, 7. Michael holding 6-month-old Cicely and below them is Cosmas, 9.” Grandparents Laura and Stephen Grimm have enjoyed trips to the U.K. to participate in the lives of their grandchildren! Jessica Harley James ’95 24 “On St. Patrick’s Day 2017, we welcomed our third child, Dillon Michael James. He weighed in at 7 pounds, 3 ounces and was 20½ inches long. He joins big brothers Finn, 6, and Ronan, 4, and is a wonderful addition to our little man crew.” Kathleen Haber Kane ’96, Jennifer Flynn Case ’97 and Katie Hayes ’94 25 (pictured L-R) visited Vietnam and Cambodia in November

2017. The Class of 1997 26 enjoyed their 20th Reunion in June 2017. The Class of 1998 27 got together at Mayfield Senior School in April for their 20th Reunion and posed on the iconic Strub Hall staircase!


Romina Samplina ’01 28 “I spent the summer of 2017 doing research in Lima and Ayacucho, Peru. I finally fulfilled my lifelong dream of visiting Cusco and Machu Picchu.” Class of 2002 29 Always a close class, many returned to Mayfield for their 15th reunion in June 2017. Marissa Osterkamp Bell ’03 30 and her husband Jeffrey welcomed a beautiful baby girl into their family in September. “Nevin Marie Bell is named after her late grandmother, Mayfield alumna Renie Nevins Bell ’64, and has been a true blessing. She is especially loved by big brother Jack, 2.” Mary Kaminski Bomar ’04 31 After a spring engagement in Kyoto, Mary married Justin Bomar in December in San Francisco, where they are currently based. They spent the holidays on their honeymoon in South Africa and Mauritius. Mary works in

the development office at Stanford University, with a specific focus on funding for the School of Medicine and the hospital. Lindsey Evan Holliday ’04 “I am working at my dream job at a print agency in Los Angeles, where we do film and TV posters. We work frequently with the FX network and have recently done print media for FARGO, Feud: Bette and Joan, Thoroughbreds and the upcoming Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood. I have adopted an adorable dachshund mix and she is a 10-pound love bug! I also returned from a beautiful trip to Italy, visiting Venice, Chianti and the Tuscany region. Life is good! Brittany Barnes Reeser ’05 32 was honored with the Holy Child Spirit Award at the 10th annual Society of the Holy Child Jesus Awards Dinner in March 2018 at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. Congratulations, Brittany! Brittany is pictured with Mayfield’s Theology Department Chair, Nora Warren, who was on hand to introduce her at the event. Brittany and husband Matt were thrilled to welcome son John Logan Reeser on October 27, 2017. Natalie Gomez Acevedo ’06 married



Germaine Acevedo in Pasadena at Assumption Church over Memorial Day weekend. “We spent our honeymoon traveling through Spain and France!” Megan Mills Fairbank ’06 32 and her husband, David, welcomed their first child, Caroline Beth Fairbank, in November 2017. They live in San Francisco with their cocker spaniel, Abby. Melissa Macedo ’06 33 married her high school sweetheart, Nathan Hertz, in May 2017 at the Wilshire Ebell in Los Angeles. The ceremony is featured on the wedding blog Wedding Chicks. “Many of my bridesmaids were friends from the Mayfield days—Becca Radin ’06, Shannon West ’06, Kimberly Linares ’06

and Lexy Sinnott ’06 !” Melissa Macedo ’06 and starred in a film together and spent two months in New York shooting. They also enjoyed the release of the Netflix series Girlboss in which they played the band Animated Discussion. Melissa shot another film in August and Michelle was a guest star on

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the Amazon series Goliath. They also released the album Ghost Town in February 2017. Emily Osterkamp Murphy ’06 35 “Ryan and I are thrilled to announce the birth of our little girl, Hannah Jacqueline Murphy. She was born in April weighing in at 6 pounds, 7 ounces. She can’t wait to be a Cub someday with her cousin Nevin Bell!” The Class of 2007 36 celebrated their 10th Reunion at Mayfield in June 2017. Elizabeth Ortiz Cabot ’07 37 and Paul Cabot were married on February 10, 2018 at Holy Family Church in South Pasadena, with a reception following at the Athenaeum at Caltech. The bride was attended by her sister, Anna Ortiz Morfit ’93, as Matron of Honor, and Lorna Baggott ’07 as her Maid of Honor. Paul grew up in San Marino and graduated from Loyola High School before attending the University of Chicago. First meeting on the tennis court in high school, the couple kept in touch after moving away from Pasadena and it wasn’t

until October 2013 that they romantically connected in New York City, where they live today. Liz works as a major gifts coordinator at the Whitney Museum of American Art and Paul is a vice president at Starwood Property Trust. Amanda Castillo Lechuga ’08 was married on April 28, 2017 in Temecula, CA to Richard Lechuga, who she took to senior prom while attending Mayfield. Amanda’s maid of honor was Leah Carter ’08 and her bridesmaids included Kelsey McCreary ’08 and Liz Banks ’08. Also in attendance from Mayfield were Brittany Banis ’08, Katie Dean ’08, Sarah Profumo ’08

and Jalen Carter ’12. Jessica Mennis ’08 38 “I am still living and working in New York. I have been with the Coach brand for almost five years now, most recently on the buying team, with a focus on our Men’s Lifestyle categories. My fiancé, Neal, and I became engaged on December 17, 2017, after dating for eight years. We are college sweethearts 34


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(attending Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY). Neal is originally from Long Island, NY, and is a physical therapist. We will be married in Pasadena in the fall of 2018.” Mary Laski ’09 39 “I married John Sumner Warren on July 2, 2017 in Brooklyn, NY. Devlin Lynch ’09 was a bridesmaid, and Jenna Klipp ’09 and Shelby Mills ’09 were also in attendance.” Caley Moffatt ’10 40 “My boyfriend, Ben, and I got engaged in December at the Huntington Gardens. We met during freshman year at UCLA. I was also promoted at the Estée Lauder Companies where I manage social/ digital for Glamglow.”


The Class of 2012 41 came back to Mayfield Senior School for their 5th Reunion in June 2017. Amanda Morales ’12 42 graduated with

an M.A. in public administration from the USC Price School of Public Policy. Isabella Dolendo ’14 43 graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University in May 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology of Global Health and a minor in economics. Lora McManus ’14 44 “I graduated Pitzer College with a B.A. in sociology, and will be teaching at Crane Country Day School in Santa Barbara starting in August. I will be attending Antioch University Santa Barbara this summer to get my M.Ed. and teaching credential. During my final year at Pitzer, I was the Student Body Vice President and Acting President on the most predominantly female Executive Board in Pitzer’s history. I also studied abroad during the summer of 2017 in Costa Rica and taught English to grades 1-5 at Escuela Dante Alighieri.” Allie Pilmer ’14 45 Proud dad Alex Pilmer reports: “Susie and I are very proud of



our talented and hard-working daughter, Allie Pilmer, who graduated in May from Loyola Marymount University, Phi Sigma Alpha!” Lara Linda Sassounian ’14 46 graduated on May 11, 2018 from the University of Southern California, summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa. Lara majored in art history and advertising. “Mrs. Warren’s AP Art History course ignited my passion for the art world and inspired me to have a career in this great field!” Miranda Allen ’15 47 graduated in May from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Science in environmental studies with a minor in geosciences. “I focused mainly on climate change and how those changes will affect humans and vice versa. I also looked in depth in changes in the ocean as a result of an increase in carbon dioxide emissions.”



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Theodore Abbott, grandfather of Chloe Abbott ’20 Jeanette Acosta ’04, 2018 Alumna of the Year Anna Hernandez Armanino ’85, sister of Emilline Hernandez Nice ’88

In Memoriam Laura Coats

Former teacher and Board of Trustees member

Olga Arrese, grandmother of Isabel Valenzuela ’20 Don Bachman, grandfather of Daniela Bachman ’20 Eunice Banis, mother of former trustee Dan Banis and grandmother of Brittany Banis ’08 and Lauren Banis ’12 Lorna Barry, grandmother of Lorna Baggott ’07, Sarah Baggott ’11, Mary Baggott ’15 and Jacqueline Baggott ’17 Wilhelm Behrens, husband of Sondra Behrens ’59 Sally Beynon ’57 Jean Guillaume Biscaichipy, grandfather of Madeleine Biscaichipy ’19 Roger Boesche, father of Kelsey Boesche ’08 Maria Castaneda, former staff member from 1962-2003 and wife of former staff member Luis Castaneda, mother of former staff member Arturo Castaneda and Luis Castaneda, David Castaneda and Maricella Casteneda and grandmother of Yesenia Gonzales ’08 Yew-Choy Chong, grandfather of Zoe Cerrillo ’19 Vincent Chow, father of Aoife Chow ’18 Esther Ciulla, mother-in-law of Dianne Diannitto Ciulla ’83 and grandmother of Gabriella Ciulla ’15 Laura Coats, past teacher and former Board of Trustees member and stepmother of Virginia Coats Ashworth ‘74 and Nancy Coats Routh ‘78 Eleanor Considine, mother of Christa Millstein ’90 Claudia Cosand, mother of staff member Nicole Cosand David Stonestreet Croyder, grandfather of Emma Linde ’18 Dora Cuellar, grandmother of Cameron Gomez ’20

“Laura was a kind, gentle and magnanimous friend. High school was a transformative time in my life and Laura helped shape me into the ambitious woman I am today. Currently, I am pursuing my master’s degree at the Yale School of Public Health and I attribute part of my success to Laura Coats. May she rest in peace.” — MARINA MARMOLEJO ’13, former Coats Family Scholar (pictured above with Laura Coats and Thom Schulz)

Maureen Milling Cox ’57

Our school community mourns the passing of former teacher and trustee Laura Coats, whose relationship with Mayfield Senior School extended over 40 years. She taught English and coached gymnastics at Mayfield from 1972-78, and her stepdaughters, Virginia Coats Ashworth ’74 and Nancy Coats Routh ’78, both graduated during her tenure. Laura also served on the Board of Trustees from 199298. Her late husband, Roy, was a Mayfield trustee from 1976-1982.

Later, she married Thom Schulz, and together they established the Coats Family Scholarship at Mayfield, a full-tuition scholarship that may be awarded to an individual or shared by several students. Laura and Thom were also leadership donors in the Pike Auditorium campaign and provided a lead gift to the Faith in Our Future capital campaign. Laura’s commitment to our Holy Child tradition came to life in her “Actions Not Words” support of our young women. Her final legacy gift—an endowment to fund the Coats Family Scholarship in perpetuity—will live on for generations of Mayfield students. We thank God for her generosity to our girls and her belief in the values and mission of Mayfield Senior School. 66


Julia Collins ’53, sister of Clare Collins Marquardt ’65, aunt of Mimi Stolpe ’83 and Carolyn Collins ’85, and great-aunt of Emma Stolpe ’20 Art Crowe, husband of Honorary Trustee Mary Crowe† Peter Dailey, former Ambassador to Ireland and Mayfield trustee and father of Michael Ewing ’72, Sydney Dailey ’73, Elizabeth Dailey ’78, Patricia Hayes ’80 John “Jackie” Dimitri, son of Christianne Engs Dimitri ’75 Stacey Fuller ’93, cousin of Annette Fuller ’87 James Gagnier, grandfather of Abigail Gagnier ’20 Paula Connolly Galbraith, mother of Paula Kemp ’61 and Alyse Sparks ’70 Gordon Michael Gomez, brother of teacher Kimberly Gomez Rodolfo Reyes Halili, father of Caroline Halili ’86 Eleanor Hatton, mother-in-law of Mary Workman Hatton ’85 and grandmother of Katherine Hatton ’15 Berta Hees, mother of Leslie Hees Engl ’69 and Dana Hees ’72 Mary Lou Hintz, mother of Tana Hintz Lackee ’00 and Kristin Hintz ’00 Andres Holdo, grandfather of Samantha Sohl ’15 Barbara Hopp ’55, sister of Joan Bennett ’52 John Hotchkis, father of trustee John Hotchkis, grandfather of Perry Hotchkis ’16 and Ellery Hotchkis ’21 Susana Dolores Huston, mother of Catherine Huston ’73 and Ann Huston ’75 Manuel Juarez, grandfather of Heather Palomino ’19 Jeanne Jennett, mother of Ann Bussone-Martin ’74 Reyes Jimenez, grandfather of Erin Csombor ’19 Barbara Karl, mother of Kris De Lorme ’64 and Lin McMahon ’66 Claudia Kazlauskas, grandmother of Caroline Hall ’18 Virginia Kelley, mother of trustee Linda Mennis, sister of Sr. Elizabeth Mary Strub ’47, SHCJ and Honorary Trustee Mary Crowe† Jim Kenealy, grandfather of Anna Vossler ’07

Bob Kleaver, uncle of Monica Dezern ’18 Ken Lewis, grandfather of Maddie Lewis ’19 and Alex Lewis ’21 Celeste Lydon, grandmother of Sara Lydon ’19 Grace Lockhart, mother of Linda Wilkinson ’76 Molly Lynch ’91, sister of Erinn Lynch Maizlish ’95 Daryn Martin Magee ’80, sister of Devon Martin ’86 Robert Mather, grandfather of Catherine Nally ’08 Thomas Miranti, father of Cynthia Miranti ’84 Kinden Mitchell, son of RoseMary Lynch Mitchell ‘60, nephew of Julie Russell ‘69 and Laurie Lynch ‘65† Robert Mullin, MD, grandfather of Sophie Mullin ’19 Anne Forve Neville ’47, sister of Helen Forve O’Leary ’44 Marjorie A. Olson, mother of former teacher Bill Olson Celia Perez, great-grandmother of Hannah Franco ’18 Alexander Pesqueira, husband of Kathleen Ziemman Pesqueira ’64 Jean Phipps, mother of Skip Morin and mother-in-law of Head of School Kate Morin William Poulson, husband of past trustee Marie Poulson, father of Hilary Gilles ’90 and grandfather of Paige Poulson ’11 Ronald Ramage, husband of Suzanne Anteau Ramage ’64 Margaret Rice, mother of Colleen Nelson ’88 Elizabeth Ann Richards Riggs ’56, mother of Cynthia Riggs ’77, Jennifer Riggs ’77 and Pamela Riggs ’78 Manuel Robles, grandfather of Katie McClain ’06, Mary Rose McClain ’16, Ava Robles ’17 and Carina Robles ’18 Carl Sachs, husband of Marilyn Regan Sachs ’48 Alfred Sanchez, father of Julie Sanchez ’11 and Elizabeth Sanchez ’11 Gerlinda Scherrer, mother of Michaela Scherrer ’76 Gary Sechler, father of Melani Atkinson ’87 and Melia Crousore ’87 Katherine Searcy, mother of Laura Searcy ’18 Yolanda Sherman, mother of Kimberly Tetzlaff ’95 Anastasia Dimitriu Shupp ’80 Jose Sosa, grandfather of Miranda Garcia ’20 Kate Reed Strub ’66 Miguel Talleda, grandfather of Natalia Talleda ’19 Helen Underwood ’71, sister of Nancy Underwood ’75 and aunt of Heather Underwood ’05 Manuel Villalobos, grandfather of Halle Villalobos ’20 Maximilano Torres, grandfather of Sasha Torres ’19 John Van De Kamp, father of Diana Van De Kamp ’97 Suzie Van Dyke ’81, sister of Tracy Joseph ’80, Kelly Gordo ’83, aunt of Jacqueline Joseph ’07, Lauren Joseph ’13 and Madeline Joseph ’17 Frank Vinci, grandfather of Isabella Vinci ’19 James Wade, father-in-law of staff member Helen Wade, grandfather of Laura Wade ’09 John Watkins, brother of Charlotte Watkins ’46† and grandfather of Madeline Watkins ’13, Charlotte Watkins ’16 and Eleanor Watkins ’19 John “Jack” Wheeler, grandfather of Alexandra Lynch ’98 Anthony Williams grandfather of Carina Benzinger ’12 Robert Wines, grandfather of Emma Weithas ’15 and Lila Weithas ’18 Andrew Zaninovich, father of Andrea Bland ’84 and grandfather of Audrey Bland ’19 and Marie Bland ’20 Maria Zaninovich, sister of Andrea Bland ’84 and aunt of Audrey Bland ’19 and Marie Bland ’20 John Ziemman, brother of Kathleen Pesqueira ’64 and uncle of Katie Martel ’99 Peter Ziemman, brother of Kathleen Pesqueira ’64 and uncle of Katie Martel ’99



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A Mayfield Senior School graduate is a woman of... faith, who is grounded in God’s love

reverence, who celebrates the uniqueness

and dignity of each person, and of creation

justice, who participates compassionately and

responsibly in her local and global communities

intellect, who shares her gifts to create solutions integrity, who leads with confidence balance, who cultivates spiritual, intellectual, emotional, artistic, and physical well-being

joy, who embraces life in its entirety.

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