Emmanuel College - 2020 Winter Magazine: Celebrating the "Second Founder"

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Save the Date: Alumni Weekend 2020 Friday, May 29 – Sunday, May 31, 2020 Join us for the first Alumni Weekend of Emmanuel’s second century! Highlights for 2020 include: · Alumni Art Exhibition · Second Century Party · Tea with Faculty & Faculty Emeriti



A full schedule will be live in early spring at alumni.emmanuel.edu


Sr. Janet Eisner, SNDdeN Leads Emmanuel College into its Second Century


BREAKING THROUGH. The future just became brighter for Isabella Saldarriaga ’21 and Gabriela Rico ’22—and for the global fight against cancer. Dana-Farber Cancer Institute recently selected two Emmanuel students for its Young Empowered Scientists for Continued Research Engagement (YES for CURE) program. Over the next three years, Isabella and Gabriela will participate in hands-on scientific investigation alongside experienced mentors at one of the world’s most renowned cancer research centers.


40th Anniversary Gala 12 A special evening honors the longest-serving woman college president in the country.


Molly DiLorenzo Bryan Mahoney Sam O’Neill Amy Stewart

Centennial Highlights 16


Kaajal Asher

A month-by-month retrospective on the celebrations of Emmanuel College’s 100th anniversary.

The Campaign for Our Second Century 39 Emmanuel looks boldly to the future with a landmark fundraising initiative.

Acceptance to the highly competitive program was “a dream come true” for Gabriela, who chose Emmanuel because of its location in the Longwood Medical and Academic Area, an engine of biomedical innovation and breakthroughs.


Please address all correspondence to: Emmanuel Magazine Marketing Communications 400 The Fenway Boston, MA 02115 or ecmagazine@emmanuel.edu

Heidi Price (gala program) Caronchi Photography Corvello Photography Brian Crowley Emily Falcigno Matt Hichborn Tom Kates Diane McGregor ’20 Sarah Muscarella Clare Norton Merrill Shea Matt Teuten Samara Vise


The Campaign for Our Second Century is advancing Emmanuel College as a transformative force in the lives of students and in our society. LEARN MORE AND DONATE ONLINE AT EMMANUEL.EDU/SECONDCENTURY.

For Isabella, the program is part of a lifelong quest. “Growing up, cancer had a big impact on my family,” she says. “I knew that I wanted to do something about it. And I knew that Emmanuel would lead me down the right path.”


INTO OUR SECOND CENTURY We stand on the shoulders of giants." That is how Sister Anne Cyril Delaney, SNDdeN ’30 often described the legacy of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur who opened Emmanuel College in 1919. A member of the English faculty and, later,


director of public relations, Sister Anne Cyril had known and lived with the founders. She had heard the stories. She understood what it took

Already, we are soaring. Thanks to years of strategic planning,

to establish New England’s first Catholic college for women—before

decisions and investments, Emmanuel’s full-time undergraduate

women even had the Constitutional right to vote.

enrollment today stands at a historic high. More than ever,

Boldness, initiative, persistence—these themes permeate the

prospective students from diverse backgrounds are recognizing

panels of the historic timeline we unveiled last year as part of our

400 The Fenway as an extraordinary crossroads. Here they can

Centennial Celebration. Each day, members of our community, as well

engage in timeless wisdom and career-launching research and

as visitors, stop to read about the events that shaped our 100-year

internship opportunities. Here they can contribute to a close,

history. Importantly, they learn about the people whose dedication has

values-centered community while preparing to make a maximum

kept Emmanuel’s Catholic educational mission “ever new.”

positive difference to our global society.

The timeline is a permanent reminder of the values and

Grav vitae auct

With gratitude to the giants of our past, confidence in our future,

commitments that unite students, graduates, faculty and friends

and glad faithfulness in Emmanuel, our God with us, we open our

across generations. What is more, it serves as a prologue to all that

second century. Onward!

we are capable of becoming in our second century.


Sister Janet Eisner, SNDdeN





n September 1919, 26 young women arrived at 400 The Fenway and became Emmanuel College’s first class—the Class of ’23. This fall, we welcomed another class of ’23, this one comprising nearly 600 young women and men. For these classes, and all in between, Emmanuel has served as a profound source of empowerment—and as a call to build a more just and compassionate society. In recent issues of Emmanuel Magazine, I recalled key eras in the College’s history. In this edition, I would like to reflect on themes that are part of the fabric of our academic community and that continue to anchor and guide us into our second century.

Saints for Our Times

Emmanuel’s Centennial Year coincided with the 50th anniversary of the canonization of St. Julie Billiart, who established the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur in 1804. It was also in 2019 that Pope Francis canonized St. John Henry Newman, a 19th century English cardinal whose writings have influenced the development of Catholic higher education for over a century and a half. Both saints believed in the liberating power of education. In his book The Idea of a University, Newman stressed the importance of allowing “the intellect [to] safely range and speculate.” For St. Julie, education not only opened the mind; it also gave rise to real, life-changing opportunities. Through the schools founded by St. Julie and members of her global women’s religious congregation, young people grew in knowledge, skill and dignity, prompting St. Julie to call education “the greatest work on earth.” Saint Julie and Saint John Henry Newman remain towering figures in the universal Church—and at Emmanuel. This is evident in our continuing commitment to the liberal arts and sciences and to real-world learning experiences throughout Boston and beyond. Through vibrant discussions with faculty and one another, students embrace the life of the mind and grow as women and men of discernment, foresight and wisdom. Through internships they gain the know-how and professional contacts to excel in the 21st century workplace. As a result, our graduates each year go on to master’s and doctoral programs at prestigious universities and to positions in a broad range of professions, making the most of possibilities once limited to their dreams.

Difference Makers

Sister Marie Augusta Neal, SNDdeN ’42, Professor of Sociology from 1953 to 1991, often asked her students, “Why is it that two-thirds of the world is poor, when we have resources and technologies sufficient to provide well for all, but we do not?” This thought-provoking question runs to the core of our identity as a college rooted in the charism of the



Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur and in the social teachings of the Catholic Church. As countless alumni can attest, an Emmanuel education does more than unlock potential; it spurs students to look beyond themselves and dedicate their talents to the greater good. Today we continue to challenge students to recognize the “root causes” of social problems and the larger structures that underlie racism and injustice. This is reflected in our recently adopted Institutional Learning Outcomes, which express our commitment to forming leaders with a deep sense of “personal, ethical and civic responsibility” who understand the “joy and purpose of serving others.” Students, for their part, continue to carry on a centurylong tradition of activism at Emmanuel, one that reaches from women’s suffrage in the 1920s to Civil Rights in the 1960s to Women’s Rights in the 1970s—right up to the pressing causes of our own time.

Never Stand Still

As the needs of students and society have evolved over the decades, Emmanuel has demonstrated an agility and a willingness to reinvent, work with others and affirm its mission. That entrepreneurial spirit remains vital in today’s constantly changing external environment. In the past two years, we have introduced innovative academic programs in fields such as data analytics, mathematical modeling, migration studies, and political communication. Capitalizing on our incomparable location in the heart of Boston, close to business and innovation powerhouses, we have assured that all students complete an internship as part of their undergraduate experience. Just this past September, we opened a four-year undergraduate nursing program within our newly established School of Nursing and Clinical Sciences. We were delighted to name the school in honor of the generosity of Maureen Murphy Wilkens ’56, in whose name we dedicated our state-of-the-art science center a decade ago.

ADDRESSING THE CRITICAL ETHICAL ISSUES OF OUR TIME In messages to the College community, Sister Janet has continued to address topics of national and international importance, including immigration, the environment, gun violence, and racial and religious intolerance. Here are excerpts.

“Over the decades, students have played an important part in ensuring Emmanuel College’s attentiveness to the hopes and needs of each generation. Today, the voices of black and brown students are particularly vital, as our society further wakes to the enduring impact of institutional racism. Increasingly, our culture is recognizing the reality that the suffering and contributions of black Americans are not on the periphery of our country’s story but at its center.” ON THE BLACK STUDENT UNION’S “CALL TO ACTION” – OCTOBER 2019

“I encourage all of us to press our elected leaders to confront this public safety issue in a serious, bipartisan and effective manner. At the same time, we recognize that the roots of mass violence run deep and require solutions far beyond the scope of legislative or policy changes. Real, lasting remedies will only emerge from honest discussions about the state of our culture and society.” ON THE SHOOTINGS IN DAYTON AND EL PASO – AUGUST 2019

There is no better gauge of the strength of our academic programs than the achievements of our students. Last spring, two seniors won Fulbright grants to teach English overseas, making 2019 the ninth consecutive year that Emmanuel students have received this prestigious award. In addition, two students recently were accepted into research programs funded by the National Science Foundation, and a team of Emmanuel students took first prize at an intercollegiate business economics competition. Meanwhile, across the disciplines, our students continue to co-author articles for academic journals and to present research at national and international conferences. As we have changed, our foundational commitments have remained constant—commitments to intellectual inquiry, to a strong sense of community, and to service rooted in Catholic values. Elizabeth “Betty” Molloy Twomey of the

“We at Emmanuel aim to serve as a model for reasoned, factbased discussion, listening, openmindedness, and tolerance. We recognize the value of inclusion and diversity, including diversity of thought. Above all, we never lose sight of the inherent dignity of the human person, so deeply rooted in our Catholic educational mission.” ON THE CURRENT RHETORICAL CLIMATE – OCTOBER 2018

Class of ’59 summed it up perfectly at a recent alumni panel discussion. “We are in tune with the times,” she said, “but we’re still us.” To ensure Emmanuel’s strength in today’s competitive and complex higher education landscape, we recently launched the Campaign for Our Second Century. This landmark fundraising effort seeks to raise $50 million in support of key college priorities. I am delighted to share that we have so far raised over $25 million toward that $50 million goal. (For more on the campaign, see page 39.) As in the past, our success depends on the support, ideas, and creativity of you, our alumni and friends. By your backing, and by the example of your lives, you inspire our students to reach their highest aspirations and to serve as beacons of leadership and integrity in the 21st century. Sister Janet Eisner, SNDdeN




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Wilkens School of Nursing and Clinical Sciences. This fall, the College’s first cohort of nearly 40 students in the four-year undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Nursing program arrived on campus. The BSN program combines classroom and


laboratory experiences, clinical practice placements and liberal arts and sciences curriculum to prepare students to become licensed RNs. Over the summer, the College welcomed Lisa Thomas, Ph.D., RN, CNE as


associate professor of nursing and chair of the BSN program, and in early 2020, construction will begin on a state-of-the-art nursing laboratory in Marian Hall. Members of Emmanuel’s inaugural cohort of four-year undergraduate nursing students.

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In addition to the new School of Nursing and Clinical Sciences, the couple named the Wilkens Science Center and the Wilkens Atrium in the Jean Yawkey Center. They also funded student scholarships.

Emmanuel College Welcomes Gov. Baker to Campus




Clemente Field Gets a Fresh Look Funded by a $1.4 million grant from the Yawkey Foundation, Emmanuel’s home athletic field, Roberto Clemente Field, underwent extensive resurfacing during the summer and now boasts new artificial turf and a new track. In 2009, the College partnered with the City of Boston and the Yawkey Foundation to complete a comprehensive restoration of the facility to provide a home competition venue for soccer, softball and lacrosse, and recreation space for the entire neigh-


Gov. Baker speaks to business and hospital leaders on the 17th floor of the New Residence Hall.

n October 29, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker visited the Emmanuel College campus, touring the New Residence Hall and speaking at a breakfast event on his current agenda for the state. The meeting, attended by a group of area business, hospital, health care and academic leaders, was an opportunity for the governor to speak about his administration’s work related to transportation, health care, the opioid crisis and education. Gov. Baker praised Emmanuel for its ability to be nimble in times of change and for preparing students to work in growing fields, particularly in the Commonwealth. Gov. Baker congratulated Sr. Janet Eisner, SNDdeN, on her 40 years as president and success in the “space and place Emmanuel has been operating in for a century. It is a huge accomplishment, and Emmanuel has never been in a better place to fulfill its mission.”



borhood community.

YOUTH IN GOVERNMENT In winter 2019, 12 students from Emmanuel College’s Youth in Government delegation traveled to Washington, D.C., to participate in the 7th session of the Campus YMCA Congress (CYC), where they were honored as the 2019 Chapter of the Year and recognized as a Chapter of Distinction. The CYC is a student-run professional development conference focused on developing innovative policy solutions to pressing contemporary issues. Participation in the conference aims to empower students through civic engagement, train public servant leaders and emphasize policy over politics.

Nathan Miozza '19 and Abigail McGovern '19




HONORS AND AWARDS Gerdon, Emmanuel Awarded More Than $350K by National Science Foundation

The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently awarded Emmanuel College more than $350,000 to support a project under the direction of Associate Professor of Chemistry and Department Chair Aren Gerdon, Ph.D., to mentor undergraduate students researching in biomaterials, mineralization and biomimetics and to impact STEM education on the secondary level. Dr. Gerdon's project, “RUI: DNA and nanoparticle assemblies as biomimetic templates for calcium phosphate mineralization,” will primarily support student researchers in their first or second year, and ensure these students contribute to the larger scientific community. This award from NSF, which will be distributed over the course of three years, is Dr. Gerdon's second as principal investigator in the last six years and the College's seventh in the last decade, now totaling more than $2M.


Davis Educational Foundation Awards College $157K

The Davis Educational Foundation awarded Emmanuel $157,000 to support the College’s review and assessment of its Institutional Learning Goals (ILG) and general education curriculum. The grant will distribute over the course of three years as Emmanuel embarks on a multi-phased, campus-wide assessment of its academic mission with the goal of ensuring the continued vitality of the College's educational mission as it enters its second century. “A liberal arts and sciences education plays a critical role in bolstering the employability of graduates and weaving the development of critical job skills into the very curriculum,” said Chief Academic Officer, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Professor of Biology Josef Kurtz. “Students emerge as critical thinkers capable of finding solutions to the challenges facing their communities.”

Emmanuel College staff and faculty celebrate the Cummings Foundation grant.

Emmanuel Awarded Cummings Foundation Grant

Emmanuel College was selected as one of 100 Boston-area nonprofits to receive a $100,000 grant through Cummings Foundation’s “$100K for 100” program. The grant will help support service initiatives through Emmanuel’s Cardinal Seán O’Malley Center for Mission and Ministry. The $100K for 100 program supports nonprofits that are based in and primarily serve Middlesex, Essex and Suffolk counties. Through this place-based initiative, Cummings Foundation aims to give back in the area where it owns commercial buildings, all of which are managed, at no cost to the Foundation, by its

affiliate Cummings Properties. Founded in 1970 by Bill Cummings, the Woburn-based commercial real estate firm leases and manages 10 million square feet of space, the majority of which exclusively benefits the Foundation.

Emmanuel Named a College of Distinction

By demonstrating continued dedication to high-impact educational practices, Emmanuel has once again been named one of the nation’s Colleges of Distinction. The College received special recognition for its career development initiatives and its programs in business and education. The national guide for colleges highlights innovative learning opportunities, and the Colleges of Distinction selection process requires that institutions adhere to four distinctions: engaged students, great teaching, vibrant community and successful outcomes.




New Residence Hall Certified LEED® Gold

In May 2019, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) awarded Emmanuel’s New Residence Hall

New Online Programs Launched

LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold for Building Design and Construction—a globally recog-

Emmanuel recently launched new program offerings that allow students the opportunity to further

nized mark of sustainability

their education and advance their careers through an accelerated, dynamic online educational

achievement. The USGBC LEED®

experience. New online programs for 2019–2020 include: RN-to-BSN, Bachelor of Science in

green building program is the

Business Administration (BSBA), Master of Science in Accounting (MSA) and a Master of

preeminent program for the design,

Business Administration (MBA). Emmanuel will continue to unveil new online programs in

construction, maintenance and

nursing, business and management, education, humanities and social sciences, science and

operations of high-performance

health, and other degree areas in the future. All Emmanuel alumni received a 10% discount on

green buildings. The building

tuition. For more information on the College’s online offerings, visit online.emmanuel.edu or

earned particularly high marks on

contact Graduate and Professional Programs at gpp@emmanuel.edu or 617 735-9700.

innovative design, construction


ANOTHER RECORD YEAR In September, Emmanuel welcomed more than 640 new students—including firstyear and transfer students—to campus. The Class of 2023 now represents the largest first-year class in the College’s history, seconded by the Class of 2022. Overall undergraduate enrollment now stands at nearly 2,000.



waste management and the use of regional materials with recycled content, water use reduction,

By one year after graduation, 96 percent of the Class of 2018 who were seeking employment had found a job, and 96 percent who were seeking admission to graduate school had been accepted.

energy performance and the utilization of green power.

EMMANUEL INTRODUCES NEW UNDERGRADUATE ACADEMIC PROGRAMS During the past two academic years, the College has advanced the curriculum with the following new majors, concentrations and minor offerings:


• Economic Policy concentration • Data Analytics minor • Finance major • Marketing major and concentration SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES

• Criminology & Criminal Justice major and minor • Digital History minor and concentration • Global & Public Health minor • Film minor • Legal Studies minor • Migration Studies minor • Theater Arts major • Philosophical Psychology minor SCHOOL OF SCIENCE & HEALTH

• Mathematical Modeling concentration • Statistics concentration



WHAT’S BUZZING IN THE LIBRARY COLLEGE CONTINUES FULBRIGHT SUCCESS For the ninth year in a row, Emmanuel students won Fulbright grants to teach English overseas. Amanda Farina ’19 and Madison Brennan ’19 are teaching in Italy and Malaysia, respectively, during the 2019-20 academic year.

Through a grant from the Colleges of the Fenway Center for Sustainability and the Environment, the Library Learning Commons is now home to an observational beehive, in which bees are free to come and go to forage for floral pollen. The bee population has been declining since 2015, but studies have shown that bees thrive in cities, and that urban bees are more resilient than their country counterparts. The Urban Garden at the Notre Dame Campus is also home to a bee colony. Why are bees so important? According to the Boston-based Best Bees Company, it is estimated that one-third of the typical American diet depends on pollination by bees. Absent such pollination, nearly 100 fruit and vegetable crops would be wiped out, as well as grass-fed beef and dairy.

DANCE MARATHON RAISES MORE THAN $100K FOR BOSTON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL After another year of tireless fundraising and programming, the eighth annual Emmanuel College Dance Marathon (ECDM) raised more than $100,000 to benefit Boston Children’s Hospital in 2019. The program culminated in a 12-hour, all-night event last March. ECDM is one of the most anticipated events held at Emmanuel each year. Last year, Emmanuel’s program ranked as the #1 Dance Marathon fundraiser in Boston and in the top five in New England. Nationwide, ECDM placed among the top 20 for schools with fewer than 12,000 undergraduate students.

SUMMER RESEARCH FELLOWS More than 40 students presented their research and academic projects from this year’s summer research fellowship program at a poster session in October. The fellows collaborated with faculty to complete over a dozen research projects across the departments of biology, business & economics, chemistry, communication & media studies, education, mathematics, political science, psychology and sociology. In addition, two students earned the Emmanuel College Travel Fellowship for Advanced Study: Psychology major Skylar Steffes ’21 traveled to the Oregon Research Institute to study orthorexia with senior research scientist Dr. Eric Stice, while history and secondary education major Rachel Prevost ’21 traveled to Helsinki, Finland, to study creativity in the classroom.



Introducing “Insights,” the Official Blog of Emmanuel College Focusing on the needs and curiosities of both prospective and current students, during the Spring 2019 semester Emmanuel launched a new blog called “Insights.” This collaborative, College-wide blog offers members of Emmanuel’s administration, faculty and staff to share their authentic viewpoints, perspectives and thought leadership. With posts ranging from tips for students on how to make the most of their time on campus to scholarly research shared by professors, Insights provides the College an opportunity to showcase a broad range of voices and allows readers the chance to seek out, learn from and make connections with the greater Emmanuel community. Check out the latest posts at insights.emmanuel.edu.


Campagna Receives National Recognition for Athletics Dedication Emmanuel College Assistant Athletic Director Dan Campagna ’07 was recently honored as a “2019 Sports 40 Under 40” recipient at the National High School Athletics Coaches Association (NHSACA) convention in late June. Sponsored by Coach and Athletic Director Magazine, the 40 Under 40 honor recognizes young industry professionals who demonstrate exceptional commitment to their sport(s) or departments and innovation and industry leadership within the high school, collegiate, professional and industry athletic professions. Campagna is one of only two recipients of this national award in the collegiate ranks this year.

achievements on the court and in the classroom under head coach Andy Yosinoff, who was inducted into the New England Basketball Hall of Fame in 2003.

Women’s Athletics Wins GNAC 2018-19 Commissioner’s Cup LAWSON NAMED DIVISION III COACH OF THE YEAR Emmanuel College Head Men’s Basketball Coach Danny Lawson was named the Northeast Region Men’s Basketball Coach of the Year for the 2018-2019 season on D3Hoops.com. In his first season with the Saints, Lawson led the team to an 18-8 record, the second-highest total single-season wins in the program’s history. The Saints showed a 14.5 game improvement from the team’s previous season and earned the right to host a Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) playoff game for the first time in 10 seasons, where they won and advanced to the semifinals. Appointed in June 2018, Lawson is the third head coach in the program’s 18-year history.


Emmanuel College women’s athletic teams were awarded the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC)

Yosinoff Sets NCAA DIII Women’s Basketball Wins Record

varsity sport in 1978. In his 42

Emmanuel to a 565-185 (.753)

seasons, he’s led the Saints to 18

overall record and 271-14 (.951)

NCAA tournament appear-

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consecutive winning seasons.

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Elite Eight and an appearance

England Basketball Hall of Fame

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in the 2001 Final Four.

as part of the Class of 2015.

Howell Inducted into Inaugural Class of Assistant Coaches Hall of Fame

Women’s Basketball Program Inducted into New England Hall of Fame

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as the winningest coach in NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball history. With the Saints’ December 30, 2018, victory over Ramapo College, Yosinoff rewrote the NCAA record books, earning his 816th career coaching win and passing former Scranton head coach Mike Strong (1980-2014) for the most wins by a head coach in NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball. Yosinoff has been the cornerstone of the Emmanuel women’s basketball program, at the helm since it became a

In May, longtime Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach Arthur Howell was inducted into the inaugural hall of fame class for A STEP UP, a professional development symposium specifically for NCAA Division I, II and III assistant coaches. As of the end of the 2018-2019 season, Howell had spent 26 seasons at Emmanuel as an assistant coach. He has helped guide

Commissioner’s Cup for the 2018-19 academic year. Announced by GNAC Commissioner Joe Walsh, the GNAC Commissioner’s Cup recognizes an institution achieving the highest level of academic year. The award is based on a points system that


of the 2019 induction class. Emmanuel earned “Program of Distinction,” noted especially for its long-term success promoting players’ WINTER 2020






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hey came to pay tribute to a respected peer, collaborative partner and beloved friend—a woman who for four decades has led Emmanuel with vitality, creativity and an unwavering dedication to the College’s Catholic educational mission—Sister Janet Eisner, SNDdeN.

Clockwise from top: Cardinal Seán Patrick O’Malley, OFM Cap., Archbishop of Boston, offered a blessing and reflection at Sr. Janet’s 40th Anniversary Gala. Cardinal O’Malley served as an Honorary Co-Chair for the event; Emmanuel students Joy Houlder ’19, Sand Jamnie Butter ’19 and Benjamin Craig ’20 performed “People Get Ready” at the conclusion of the gala celebration; Gala Co-Chair Leslie Ferrick McCafferty ’77 and Megan Shannahan Hovsepian ’83 at the gala celebration.



As they walked toward a magnificent glass structure raised for the occasion on the College’s central quadrangle, guests could observe symbols of Sister Janet’s transformational presidency: a modern student center, a state-of-the-art science center, and a new 18-story apartment-style residence hall. The buildings told a broader story of institutional momentum, one highlighted by a four-fold increase in enrollment, innovative academic and student life programs, grants from the National Science Foundation and other prestigious funders, new endowed professorships and lecture series, and countless other examples of continued transformation. These and many other advances—which have taken place amid seismic changes in higher education—point to Sister Janet’s attentiveness to the “signs of the times” and her commitment to adapting to the evolving needs of each generation of students. As was the theme of the Centennial kick-off event in March 2019, “Ever Changing, Ever Emmanuel,” Sister Janet has continued the legacy of her predecessors—unafraid to pivot amidst external changes. The past four decades provide numerous examples of Sister Janet’s entrepreneurial spirit. In 2000, after a careful analysis of data and trends, the College made the decision to admit young men to its previously all-women’s four-year undergraduate program. That same year, the College entered into a 75-year ground-lease agreement with Merck & Co., enabling the company to begin construction of an 11-story, 300,000-square-foot research facility on a back parcel of the campus in exchange for a substantial one-time upfront payment. In May 2019, a feature column in The Boston Globe by Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Thomas Farragher, entitled “Second Founder,” shared this story of transformative leadership and deep commitment to mission. It was well-deserved public recognition of Sister Janet’s position as the longest-serving woman college president in the country. Farragher wrote, Nobody lasts 40 years in a college president’s office anymore. Nobody lasts that long at anything anymore. Not in Boston. Not in academia, whose most frequently employed adjective is cutthroat. You need look not much further than recent Globe headlines about higher education tumult to know that in her field, Sister Janet Eisner is a unicorn. A rare breed. A patch of blue in otherwise stormy skies.

Sister Janet with members of her family.

To commemorate this longevity, Sister Janet’s longtime colleague and friend, Emmanuel’s Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer Sister Anne Mary Donovan, SNDdeN, announced at the 40th Anniversary Gala a recent decision by the Board of Trustees to name the College’s iconic Administration Building in Sister Janet’s honor. For a woman who had spent decades of her life living, teaching and serving as president within the walls of the collegiate gothic building, it was a profoundly moving moment. Speaking to guests that evening, Sister Janet reflected,

“Our founders gave us the name Emmanuel, which means ‘God with us.’ And I believe that to the core of my being. It is very real to us as we experience God’s amazing action in our work, in our lives and in the journeys of our students and graduates. For me this is a source of great joy.” The celebrations continued into Centennial Alumni Weekend. On the afternoon of June 1, nearly 700 alumni, faculty and friends came together for a joyful Liturgy in Sister Janet’s honor. The Liturgy was celebrated by Reverend J. Bryan Hehir and featured a gathering hymn called “EverBeginning” with lyrics written by Sister Evelyn Ronan, SNDdeN ’63, as well as an original composition by Sister Janet’s nephew Joseph Taff entitled “Ah, qu’il est bon!” Reverend Hehir reflected on Sister Janet’s prominent place in the Church in a moving Homily. “The Cardinal, often faced with complicated questions, will pick up the phone and ask her for advice. He spoke of Sister Janet [at the gala], saying she represents the chapter in the Church in which religious women were so foundational to the survival and success of Catholicism in this country.” He continued, “Finally, it’s good for the world that Emmanuel is here. And Sister Janet is here. Boston, our country and our world need what Emmanuel seeks to provide and to produce in the lives of its graduates.” In her own reflections at the Liturgy, Sister Janet looked to the future and the impact of Emmanuel College. “More than ever, our world needs the light of those who question, who create, and who consistently look beyond themselves to build a more just, peaceful and sustainable world for all.”










JANUARY: CENTENNIAL WEBSITE LAUNCHES To commemorate Emmanuel’s 100th anniversary, the College launched a special website on a special date—1.9.19—to celebrate the transformative power of the Emmanuel experience and those who have contributed to its enduring mission. Visitors could reflect on milestones of the past and share in the vision of Emmanuel’s future through a historic timeline and 100 facts about the College. Alumni and friends also contributed memories, photos and videos, learned more about special events throughout the year, and pledged volunteer hours as part of a special Centennial Service Challenge.

As part of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education’s (CASE) 2019 Circle of Excellence Awards, Emmanuel’s Centennial website was chosen as the top submission in the “Digital Communications, Websites” category.

Visit the site at emmanuel.edu/100.

FEBRUARY: STUDENTS CELEBRATE WITH CENTENNIAL FEST On February 1, more than 400 members of the community helped the College usher in its landmark year at Centennial Fest, an evening of music, dancing and entertainment in the Jean Yawkey Center gymnasium. The event featured a concert by the Eli Cash Band (fronted by Philosophy faculty member Kaplan Hasanoglu) with special guest performances by many Emmanuel



faculty and staff members.


Pictured, from left: Wyant Professor Kathy Soles ’73, panel moderator Louise Schiavone ’72, and panelists Elizabeth “Betty” Twomey ’59, Margaret McKenna ‘67, Sheilah Shaw Horton ’81 and Christopher Borges ’10

MARCH: ALUMNI REFLECT ON 100 YEARS OF ADAPTATION The Centennial officially kicked off on March 13, with the

"Emmanuel's ability to pivot and change with the times is

unveiling of a museum-quality history of Emmanuel on the

not by accident," added Horton, who while at the College

walls of the second floor of the Eisner Administration

in the ‘70s and ‘80s worked to celebrate diversity across

Building. The accompanying panel discussion titled, “Ever

the community. "It's really because there's been leadership

Changing, Ever Emmanuel: 100 Years of Adaptation,” was

that has paid attention to the data, analysis and trends,

moderated by Contributing Anchor for National Public

and strived to make changes so the institution would be

Radio and Senior Lecturer at Johns Hopkins University

ready for the next level."

Carey Business School Louise Schiavone ’72, and featured

"In my time there was a need to expand the sciences

alumni from across the decades: Elizabeth “Betty” Twomey

beyond what we had in Marian Hall, so they built a science

’59, former commissioner of education for the State of New

building—but not just any science building; the best

Hampshire; Margaret McKenna ’67, former White House

science building with cutting-edge equipment and all of

deputy counsel and president emerita of Lesley University;

the resources used at neighboring medical institutions,"

Sheilah Shaw Horton ’81, vice president and dean of

Borges said of the Maureen Murphy Wilkens Science

students at Wellesley College; and Christopher Borges ’10,

Center, which opened in 2009.

scientist at Editas Medicine.

Twomey commended the College's ability to both

Schiavone reflected on how Emmanuel has shaped the

adapt with the times and to retain its original vision and

course of her life, her career and her values, beginning when

values. "While the college itself has grown physically, it

she and classmates arrived on campus as “blank canvases.”

also has done so academically; it has had the vision to

“Through friendships and marriages and children and

look forward and see what was needed, and

losses, work and achievements, we have lived the canvas

implemented it. So that, yes, we are in tune with the

since that first September day, when we had no idea how it

times, but we're still us," she said. "I think that is a very

would all end: who would we be? Would we—could

profound thing that has been accomplished all these

we—change the world? ‘Yes, you can,’ our school told us.


‘You can, and you must.’”

The event was part of the annual Louise Doherty Wyant

McKenna shared that she and her classmates were

'63 Lecture Series, which focuses on humanities, history

involved in protests both on and off campus. "It was such

and the arts and is in honor of Sister Anne Cyril Delaney,

an era of change, and we were right in the middle," she

SNDdeN. Wyant Professor Kathy Soles ’73, whose mother

said. "One of the things I admire most about this place is

Ruth McGovern graduated in 1946, offered a welcome and

how I learned to stand up for myself and for others.”

concluding remarks.






ORLD-RENOWNED presidential historian

as a presidential historian and brought forth stories of

delivered the Commencement Address to the Class of

the trials and triumphs of the presidents featured in her

2019 and the more than 3,000 family members, friends

latest book, Leadership in Turbulent Times. She shared

and guests in attendance on May 11.

insights on the qualities that built true and effective

Goodwin referenced her visit to Emmanuel in

attributes transcend to the emerging leaders and

how significantly the world has changed since—

public servants of tomorrow.

the internet.

“Each generation has their rendezvous with destiny,” Goodwin said. “This generation’s is to expand social

“Throughout these 30 years there have been two

and economic justice, combat climate change, reform

constants: Emmanuel’s commitment to social justice

our political system, fight against racism and sexism,

and community, and the outstanding leadership of

and heal our divisions. It is a challenging but exciting

Sister Janet Eisner, who exemplifies everything that

time. How I wish I was your age once again.”

makes a good leader: humility, empathy, resilience,


leaders in history, and noted how those same

1989 to receive an honorary degree, remarking from the fall of the Berlin Wall to the invention of


She spoke of her experiences in her 50-year career

and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Doris Kearns Goodwin

The College also conferred an Honorary Doctor of

collaboration, compromise and stability—how we

Humane Letters upon Professor Emeritus of

yearn for such qualities in our country today,” said

Mathematics Sister Elizabeth Michaels SNDdeN ’46,


who served on the faculty at Emmanuel for 40 years.


Student speaker Tatiana Havens ‘19

Sister Elizabeth Michaels, SNDdeN ’46 receives an honorary degree.

Members of the Class of 2019 celebrate becoming Emmanuel College alumni. Inset: Soon-to-be alumni process into the Commencement tent.




SEPTEMBER: KENNEDY ADVOCATES FOR ENGAGED CITIZENSHIP AT ACADEMIC CONVOCATION Ambassador Caroline Kennedy (center) with President Sister Janet Eisner, SNDdeN and Trustee Thomas J. Hynes, Jr.






"My family history has intersected in many ways

the official 100th anniversary of its opening,

with Emmanuel over the years, which gives me great

Emmanuel College welcomed diplomat, attorney and

hope for the future," said Ambassador Kennedy.

best-selling author Caroline Kennedy to campus to

Kennedy, who celebrated her late father's

deliver the keynote address at Academic

Centennial in 2017 with a yearlong celebration at

Convocation. Nearly 1,500 students, faculty, alumni,

Boston's John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and

parents, staff and friends were in attendance.

Museum, noted that "Centennials are about what's

"I feel you were destined to be here today," Sister

timeless, what lasts beyond 100 years." In her father's

Janet said to Ambassador Kennedy. "Emmanuel's

case, it was important to look back on the public

100th anniversary marks 70 years since your father,

service he inspired.

John Fitzgerald Kennedy, then a member of

"John F. Kennedy's immortal call to service is one

Emmanuel's advisory board and a U.S.

of this country's defining moments," she said. "And

Congressman, gave the Commencement address

now it is our turn to become engaged citizens, and

in 1949."

our responsibility to form a more perfect union.”

Sister Janet also noted that in 1941, Emmanuel

"Your call to action today, Caroline, echoes that of

College conferred an honorary degree on Sister

your father, who in his inaugural address stirred a

Katharine Drexel, who has family connections to the

generation," Sister Janet said. "As we go forth to

Bouviers and was later canonized as a Saint for her

celebrate and renew Emmanuel's educational mission,

work with Native Americans and African Americans.

let us recall his most memorable words: 'With a good

And just 15 years ago, the College community came

conscience our only sure reward, with history the final

together to dedicate the then-new Jean Yawkey

judge of our deeds, let us go forth to lead the land we

Center. On that occasion, Sen. Edward Kennedy

love, asking His blessing and His help, but knowing

gave inspirational remarks from the very same stage.

that here on earth God's work must truly be our own.’”

OCTOBER: NEW AND TIME-HONORED TRADITIONS CELEBRATED AT FAMILY WEEKEND Emmanuel welcomed families to campus in record numbers for Family Weekend from October 18 to 20. Long-standing traditions took on new meaning during the Centennial year – the Senior Cap and Gown ceremony goes back to the first-ever graduating class of 1923, and the official Emmanuel ring, designed by Tiffany & Co. in the 1920s, is still worn today as part of the Junior Ring and Tassel event. In honor of the 100th anniversary, the College launched Fall Fest, a spirited event featuring live music, outdoor games, and an Oktoberfest beer and food tent on the Quad.

Members of the Emmanuel faculty participate in the traditional academic procession.

Jacquelyn Collas ’21 and her mother, Sue Sereno ’88

Class of 2020 Student Government Association officers Hayden DeGeorge, Liam Arteaga, Colleen Malloy and Patrick Carty led the student procession at Convocation.

The College hosted a reception for alumni, faculty and guests after the Convocation ceremony.

Molly Mickela ’21 and her mother, Tara Mickela ’88



DECEMBER: LITURGY WITH CARDINAL O’MALLEY CONCLUDES CENTENNIAL YEAR Emmanuel’s year-long Centennial year events culminated with an Advent Liturgy celebrated by His Eminence Seán P. Cardinal O’Malley, OFM Cap., Archbishop of Boston on December 7. The Liturgy, attended by more than 500 alumni, parents, faculty, staff, Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur and friends, was held in the gymnasium of the Jean Yawkey Center. As part of the celebration, current and former faculty processed in academic regalia, along with members of the senior class – who will be the first graduates of Emmanuel’s second century.

Cardinal O’Malley delivers his Homily during the Centennial Liturgy, which was concelebrated by College Chaplain Father John Patrick Spencer, SJ.



Professor of Philosophy Thomas Wall, who celebrated his 50th year as an Emmanuel faculty member in 2019, led the faculty procession.





ALUMNI WEEKEND 2019 More than 1,000 alumni attended events during Centennial Alumni Weekend from May 31 to June 2.

Caitlyn Bean ’22 experienced her first Alumni Weekend early, thanks to her mother, Meg Begin Bean ’91 and grandmother, Noreen Jackson Begin ’59.

Laura Blanciforti ’69 sported the “neck-itching white stock of academic life”—regalia of decades past at the Class of 1969 Memory Book Gathering in the New Residence Hall.

Members of the Class of 1964 celebrated their 55th Reunion with a special reception on Saturday afternoon.

Jane Logan Randall ’69, Lynne LaBossiere Powers ’69, Kitty Pecka ’69 and K. Jonalyn Kealy O’Connor ’69 caught up during the Friday evening Welcome Dinner.

Pictured, from left: Billy Abildgaard, Jess McCall ’14, Julie McCarthy ’14, Tim Reichel ’14, Neal Smith ’14, Sarah Ribeiro ’13 and Chris Monroe



Alumnae from the 1970s represented their decade well during Saturday’s All-Alumni Centennial Celebration Concert, featuring the Sugarbabies.

No nametag needed for Susan Jordalen Leary ’69—her Emmanuel College ID still does the trick fifty years after graduation.

Mary McLellan Winkelmes ’49, Patricia McNamara ’49, Alice Kane Baranick ’49, Joan Brennan Goodwin ’49 and Sr. Clare Kelly, SNDdeN ’49 celebrated their 70th Reunion with President Sister Janet Eisner, SNDdeN.

Mary Sullivan Davis ’74 and Ellen Crane Goff ’74 were on hand for their 45th reunion.


Ali Weller Dutson ’05 (left) followed in the footsteps of Maura Bradley-Gnanou ’96 twice—first as an Emmanuel College alumna and then as principal of OLPH Mission Grammar School in Roxbury.

Jo-Ann Grasso Crowe ’64 prepared to lead the Class of 1964 procession into the Saturday afternoon Liturgy.




The Class of 1969 gathered for a group photo in the Chapel to celebrate their 50th reunion.

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Ros Danley Morse ’97, Kristyn Strules Waite ’97 and Cindy Hebert-Callahan ’96 reconnected with Associate Vice President of Alumni Engagement and Development Patricia Rissmeyer, who started at Emmanuel as Dean of Students in 1996, before spending 19 years as vice president for student affairs. Lanabeth Toya Garcia ‘99, Sabrina Gallo ’99, Former Senior Associate Dean of Academic Advising Carolyn Caveney and Sarah Hutchings Clark ‘99 enjoyed Saturday’s festivities.




HISTORY IN THE MAKING When taking a tour of the Centennial timeline on the second floor of the Eisner Administration Building, Barbara Briggs Garrity ’74 saw a familiar face — her own, 45 years earlier. Included in the exhibit is the cover of the 1974 Emmanuel College Viewbook, which advertised the College as “The Place for Today’s Woman on the Move,” and featured Garrity riding her bicycle in front of the Administration Building. Alongside her was friend and classmate Susan Barry Seseke ’74, who happened to take the photo of Garrity all those years ago. A quick dash to find a bicycle made for a memorable recreation during this very special Alumni Weekend.

Members of the Class of 1979 celebrated 40 years as alumnae.

Jane Fitzgibbons Hanrahan ’88, Gretel Schneider ’77, Maryalice O’Hearn-Yafrate ’65, Mary Gavin ’73 and Kelly DeSisto Brochu ’12 shared Emmanuel experiences from across the decades.

Kelly Morrison ’09 and Krystle North Gedeon ’09 celebrated 10 years during Alumni Weekend.



ALUMNI CENTENNIAL EVENTS Throughout the year, Emmanuel took its Centennial “on the road” to a variety of regional locations.


Cynthia Carolan Hurley ’65, Joanne Donovan Kelly ’58 and Maureen Frazer Alcott ’60 gathered with fellow alumni at the Neighborhood Club in Quincy.


Mary Daley Grey ’90 and her daughter, Molly Grey ’20 spent quality family time together at the luncheon.

UPCOMING ALUMNI EVENTS Mark your calendar! St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Celebration March 14, 2020 | The Inn on Fifth, Naples, FL Wyant Lecture April 2, 2020 | Emmanuel College Members of the Class of 1977 reunited at the February 24 event. Pictured, left to right: Mary Cosgrove Allard, Ellen Faherty, Cynthia Freed Dacey and Joan Buckawicki Tobin.

Speaker: Latoya Ruby Frazier, Associate Professor of Photography at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago 7th Annual Dorothy Day Lecture April 26, 2020 | Emmanuel College Speaker: Patrick Radden Keefe, Staff Writer at The New Yorker Alumni Weekend May 29-31, 2020 | Emmanuel College Alumni Trip to Ireland June 6-18, 2020 | Ireland For the latest information on upcoming alumni events, please visit

Emmanuel President Sister Janet Eisner, SNDdeN, greeted Eleanor Hannigan McKinnon ’48 (second from left), Hannigan’s son, Alan McKinnon, daughter-in-law Kathryn McKinnon and Ann Marie Joyce ’59.







Kathleen Ambrose Barrett ’76, Cynthia Freed Dacey ’77 and Mary Cosgrove Allard ’77 reunited with cocktails and good company at the Naples Yacht Club.

Mary Dwyer Carey ’57, Virginia Good Riley ’57 and former Board Chair C. Michael Daley caught up at the March 15 event.

Lori Raleigh ’71, Eda Cellucci Flate ’99, George Flate and Pam Mitchell had an incomparable view of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade from the balcony of the Inn on Fifth’s Presidential Suite.

Emmanuel College Board Chair Margaret McKenna ’83 (left) connected with fellow Trustee Mary Jo Skayhan Rogers ’77 (second from right), spouse Brian Rogers and Eileen Leonardi.


Joanne DiGeronimo Migliaro ’88 and husband, Anthony Migliaro enjoyed waterfront views of Naples Bay.

Guests had a prime view of the parade.




Margaret Mulligan O’Brien, Martha Ring Dailey and Janet Hufnagel Muri gathered to celebrate their 1971 classmates.

Members of the Dorothy Day Lecture Series committee welcomed this year’s speaker, Robert Ellsberg, editor of Dorothy Day’s letters and diaries, to campus for the April 18 lecture.


Margaret Galvin Phillips ’59, Patricia Bergin Matthews ’63, Kathleen Grey ’16 and Elizabeth Walsh O’Keefe ’58 enjoyed this special ”Centennial on the Road” event.

Leigh Dancy ’95, P’18, Colleen Hurley Gardner ’82, Mary Markham Sama ’82 and Donna Leger Bradley ’82 connected at the cocktail reception hosted by Board Chair Margaret McKenna ’83.



Jacqueline McLean Martino ’86, Patricia Compagnone-Post ’79 and Margaret Curran gathered at the Worcester Country Club in May.


A family affair! Alumni Association Board Member Jane Fitzgibbons Hanrahan ’88 celebrated the graduation of son William ’19 (third from right), with husband Joseph Hanrahan, daughter Mary Beth ’18 and sons Jack ’17 and Michael.

Fourth-generation graduate Hannah Lynch ’19 shared her reflections at the first-ever Legacy Breakfast. She was preceded by mother, Mary Goodhue Lynch ’87; grandmother, Elizabeth Healy Goodhue ’53; and greatgrandmother, Margaret Higgins Healy ’23, a member of Emmanuel’s first graduating class.

Korey Rodecker ’19 followed in the footsteps of sister Kara ’12. Parents Claire Ramsbottom and Robert Rodecker joined them to mark the occasion.

Emma Kaloostian ’19 joined her mother, April DerBoghosian Kaloostian ’81 (left) and aunt, Andrea DerBoghosian ’76, as an alumnae of Emmanuel College.

Patricia Dottin-Taylor ’79 celebrated in style with her granddaughter Alanna Saunders ’19.





Emmanuel Professor of Art Cynthia Fowler offered a talk on Irish Art as part of the traditional tea at the Maine Irish Heritage Center.

Alumnae were all smiles at the luncheon. Sitting, from left: Pauline Wise Munroe ’75, Mary Ailinger Joyce ’51 and Christine Cordery House ’71; Standing: Denise Mallen ’75, Jane Hopkins-Fisher ’74, Patricia Brown Santilli ’74, Jean Andrewartha Ray ’75

Victoria Frieswick ’14 and mother Kathleen Clark Frieswick ’80 made a summer trip to Portland.

Jeanne Cahill Steiner ’67, Barbara Quinn Grasso ’69, Mary Quinn Kenney ’67 and Donna Chartier Quinn ’67 commemorated 100 years of Emmanuel College at the 42nd Annual Cape Cod Luncheon.

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Mary Sullivan Mack ’58 and daughter Sandra Mack ’81 celebrated their shared alma mater at the Ocean Edge Resort and Golf Club in Brewster.



Three generations of Babine women, Patricia Babine Crane ’85, Madeline Babine and Bridget Crane ’21, came together for the July 15 event.

Byron Glaus ’10 and guest Mollie Kaubrys checked out the farm-to-flask cocktails at Maine Craft Distillery.





Matthew McCarthy ’15, Christina Ascolillo ’17, Mary Kate Roffey ’17, Nicole LeDuc Carville ’15 and Arianna Pagan ’15 networked and reminisced about their time at Emmanuel.

Alumni and friends in the Washington, DC, area gathered at the National Press Club on October 24 for the panel discussion, Ever Changing, Ever Emmanuel: 100 Years of Adaptation. Among the panelists were Elizabeth Hayes Patterson ’67, associate dean for centers and institutes and associate professor of law emerita, Georgetown Law School; Justin Prairie ’04, political officer, U.S. Department of State; and Lauren Protentis ’06, deputy director of Iran Team, Global Engagement Center, U.S. Department of State.




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2008 graduates—and current dentists—Alexandra Bravoco and Carolyn Ferrick Decouteau reconnect with biology faculty Todd Williams and Josef Kurtz, who also serves as Emmanuel’s Chief Academic Officer.

Left: moderator Louise Schiavone ’72, contributing anchor for National Public Radio and senior lecturer at Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School. Right: fellow panelist Paula Scott Dehetre ’79, policy and community relations, United Network for Organ Sharing, and retired state administrator, Commonwealth of Virginia.


Molly Leonard Thienel ’04 (left), Erica Brooks ’04 and Martha Zamirski ’04 heard remarks from Emmanuel Trustees—and hosts—Bill Kennedy, Keith Metters and Eleanor Mulvaney Seamans ’71.


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Alumni gathered at the home of Alumni Association Board President Gretel Schneider ’77 on November 7 to celebrate the College’s 100th anniversary. Back row, from left: Gretel M. Schneider ‘77, Mary Kathryn Harrity ‘71, Gail A. MacLean ‘65, Helen Hennessey Eidt ‘67, Jennifer L. Murray ‘06, Front row, from left: Marilyn Kane Murren ‘66, Mary Lee Frisbie ‘72, Also in attendance but not pictured: Sarah Hutchings Clark ‘99




published a garden design book, The Green Goddess of Gardening, available on Amazon. After many years on Cape Cod, she now resides near family in Pennsylvania but spends winters on an island off the coast of Belize.

1962 NAOMI ROUSSEAU SULLIVAN and her daughter HELEN M. SULLIVAN ’89, celebrated Naomi’s birthday by

touring the Portuguese islands of San Miguel and Madeira. Pictured, from left: Jose Soares, Helen and Naomi descend a roadway in a wicker toboggan sled pushed by locals.




PAULA WHITE CASHMAN and her husband, Ray,

celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at a surprise party thrown by their children, Carolyn and Tom. JULIE M. MURRAY was happy to participate in the

Centennial Alumni Weekend and to honor Sister Janet’s legacy at the 40th Anniversary Gala. At the Gala, Julie reunited with classmates ELLEN BAKER and ANDREA TODESCA RYAN, along with Professor Emeritus of History Donald Logan who, at 90, still remembers his former students and is finalizing research on yet another book. She looks forward to reuniting with more classmates at their 55th reunion in 2021.

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reunited in Yarmouth Port, MA, with friends. Pictured, from left: K. Jonalyn; ANNE RAFFERTY ’73; K. Jonalyn’s husband, Ed; and

JUDITH GETCH BRODMAN writes she is “thrilled” to publish her third novel, Dark Secrets, and looks forward to visiting Hawaii this fall with her husband, Steve. She thanks the Emmanuel community for successful Centennial celebrations thus far, and particularly enjoyed attending President Sister Janet Eisner’s 40th Anniversary Gala and Alumni Weekend.






Roger, of Phoenix, celebrated 49 years of marriage by touring Scandinavia and Russia, including the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg. Last year Jacqueline retired after four decades in nonprofit development but still consults for the Combined Federal Campaign.

1968 ELIZABETH SULLIVAN CIMINI attended the 50th

wedding-anniversary Mass and vow renewal of 1968 classmate MARGARET TRUM GOLIBERSUCH and her husband, Bob, at the church in which they married. Also in attendance were ELAINE MCNAMARA JASTREM and SHEILA KRAMER.

1969 “After 50 years...re-connecting...how sweet it is!” K. Jonalyn said, reunited with 1969 classmates. Pictured, Pictured, front row: K. Jonalyn (left) and MARTHA RAFFERTY HEARN. Back row, from left: KATHRYN “KITTI” E. PECKA, KATHRYN PERRAUD DRISCOLL, M. EILEEN HURLEY SHEA AND DONNA A.BUTMAN.



1963 MARGARET “PEGGY” BURKE LEE (right) was pleased to meet Dorchester Historical Society members KAYLA ZAREMSKI SKILLIN ’11 (left) and DEBRA DIFFIN FOX ’75

(center). The women celebrated the 100th anniversary of U.S. entry into World War I by memorializing local veterans.



CAITLIN M. SANTACROCE and Brenden Rock announced the birth of Adeline Rock on December 31, 2018. Brenden is a 2012 graduate of MCPHS University, part of the Colleges of the Fenway consortium.


many of us to mention, but the class of 1989 had a fabulous time at our reunion. The campus may look different, but the spirit remains!”


In August, ELIZABETH RIOUX ’14 G’18 and Joshua Tessler were married at the Commander’s Mansion in Watertown, MA, with their dog, Izzy, bearing witness. Alumni in attendance were CHARLES DESPER




of Davenport, FL, spent an afternoon with ERIN


(right) at Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World. Kirsten is a seasonal cast member at Disney and an elementary media specialist.




married Justin Crabtree (right) in a seaside ceremony in Old Orchard Beach, ME, on June 1, 2019. Sharing in the happiness was her college roommate and 2008 classmate, DIANA GEOFFROY, and Diana’s boyfriend, Brian.

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and Megan’s husband, Jason, who live in Lake Wylie, SC. Erin is chief advancement officer at Matignon High School in Cambridge and has a three-year-old daughter, Lara, with her husband, David, who works as a project manager at Emmanuel. Pictured: Erin (left) and Megan hold favors from Emmanuel’s Centennialto-Go boxes.



earned their accelerated bachelor of science in nursing degrees from Regis College. The proud pair snapped this photo at their nursing pinning ceremony.



1971 LORRAINE “LORI” E. RALEIGH and 10 fellow alumnae

traveled to Charleston, SC, to celebrate their 70th birthdays. Back row, from left: KATHY O’BRIEN, JANET HUFNAGEL MURI, Lori, CAROL VOSBURG HORN, MARTHA

1970 NANCY VAUGHAN VAN DEUSEN and her husband, Hoby, traveled to Belfast, Northern Ireland, to reunite with Micky O’Neill, whom they hosted as a high school student in summer 1986 as part of a peace program. “I am happy to say peace has broken out in the North,” Nancy reported after touring the land with Micky. She and Micky are pictured at the historic grave of St. Patrick in County Down.


1971 NANCY J. DINARDO of Trumbull, CT, was honored by the

Connecticut Democratic Party with the 2019 William A. O’Neill Award. Under her 10-year leadership as state chair, the party helped Democrats win all five Congressional seats, two Senate seats and the governorship. Nancy currently chairs the Democratic National Committee’s eastern regional caucus.


1975 CAROL A. SPERANZO earned her doctorate in health sciences from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (MCPHS University), where she is an adjunct faculty member. She also celebrated the 40th anniversary of her optical business, Second Sight.

1986 KELLY A. FOX was elected vice president of the

Massachusetts Society of Genealogists. JACQUELINE MCLEAN MARTINO was interviewed on WBZ Radio’s NightSide with Dan Rea about the nonprofit organization she co-founded, NFL Speaks, which calls attention to the behavioral health needs of retired professional football players and other athletes and aims to reduce the stigma associated with men’s mental health.

1970 JOANNE QUINN MOFFATT made new memories at

Centennial Alumni Weekend. Pictured, classmates from left: ELLEN MURRAY THORNTON, NANCY VAUGHAN VAN DEUSEN, SUSAN BROWNE, Joanne, JOAN MCPARTLIN BENNETT, ANN TIERNEY LATSON, JANE CANDITO CORR, EILEEN LEARY ZEWSKI and NANCY KLENIEWSKI. The friends are eager to celebrate their 50th reunion next year!

1999 1971 MARGARET “MAGGIE” MULLIGAN O’BRIEN sends word of

a Charleston, SC, reunion to celebrate friendship, Emmanuel and turning 70. “Yikes, we still act like we’re 20 when we are together,” she writes. Pictured, back row, from left: KATHY O’BRIEN, LORI RALEIGH, JANET HUFNAGEL MURI, CHRIS LUKACH GARCIA and CAROL VOSBURG HORN. Front row: JOANNE MCDONALD OWENS, CECE CRITCHLEY, IRENE KEARNS BUTTENDORF,

Maggie and MARTHA RING DAILEY. Arriving later: KATHY LYNCH GAFFNEY. 36


MARY E. NATALE of Barrington, RI, is now a Yoga Alliance-approved registered yoga teacher (RYT) after completing her 200-hour certification in May.

EMMANUEL FRIENDS: Sharing your accomplishments, joys and other news helps make our community strong! Please keep the notes coming for our next magazine. E-mail alumni@emmanuel.edu, call the alumni office at 617-975-9400, or post an update on Emmanuel’s secure website, alumni.emmanuel.edu.

2009 BRIAN W. ANDERSON began a new position as senior director of research for the Greater Akron (Ohio) Chamber of Commerce. KRYSTLE L. NORTH earned her master’s degree in

healthcare administration, which she studied in French, from the University of Montreal. She is a quality and risk management advisor at the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal.

1985 CATHY A. DIFFIN of Surfside Beach, SC, dined with friends in a mini reunion this summer. Classmates pictured, from left: BRENDA



’05 of Brooklyn, NY, were married in 2019.


SHAWN M. SIMMONS published 25 Word Search Puzzles for Classic Literature Lovers, available on Amazon.



2008 In June, MOLLY M. ZUCCARINI tied the knot with Stephen Gerard Bickerton Jr. on Cape Cod. Pictured, from left:

2008 JESSICA SIC CAMASSO and her husband, Brian,

welcomed into the world Leonardo James on June 30, 2018. Photo credit: nlbCreative Photography & Graphic Design.




Molly, ERIN TRACY DIGUARDIA and MARK HARRINGTON. Not pictured: Kathryn Zuccarini Pisano ’91.

O’BRIEN ’15 in November 2018. Saints in

attendance were (middle row, from left): JOHN BUTLER ’15, MICHAEL BURGESS ’15, JON IGO ’15, MARISSA PICERNO ’15, MIKAYLA GUTHRIE ’19, EMILY ALVAREZ GONVALVES and MAILLE O’BRIEN. Back row: Nick Gagne, 2016 graduate

of Wentworth Institute of Technology, part of the Colleges of the Fenway consortium.



We pray for the following alumni who passed away between December 2, 2018, and December 31, 2019.

Louise Triggs Crowley ’42

Nancy Kelly McCarthy ’58

Constance Murphy Gormley ’43

Ann Horgan Landers ’59

Elmire M. Petit ’43

Christine F. O’Brien ’60

Anne Hogan Rockett ’43

Marie Foley Roche ’60

R. Claire Dowd Canty ’44

Rosemarie Malik Brutnell ’61

Patricia Beatty Delaney ’44

Joan Lynch Devine ’61

Marianne Ruocco Geary ’44

Elizabeth Sweeney Hawko ’61

Marie Thomas Johnson ’44

Bernadette Tiffany McLaughlin ’61

Estate of Dorothy Kelley Gaughan ’46

Mary Moriarty Moynahan ’61

Patricia Moore Johnson ’46

Sr. Sheila Finnigan, SNDdeN ’62

Claire Billings Lynch ’46

Mary Welch Lloyd ’62

Bertha Carroll Sullivan ’46

Mary Sheehan Paull ’62

Rosemary Kain Bordlemay ’47

Mary E. Welch ’62

Adele Padvaiskas Martin ’47

Susan Reardon Chisholm ’63

Mary Grimes Ruth ’47

Sr. Francis St. Mary Congdon, SNDdeN ’63

Gertrude Creedon Broderick ’48

Cathleen Cronin-Kral ’63

Margaret McKenna Sanders ’48

Ann M. Donnelly ’63

Mary Tunney Thompson ’48

Ellen Koehler Flaherty ’63

Patricia Whalen Glancy ’49

JoAnne Scaldini Surette ’63

Evelyn Farrell Maher ’49

Anne L. Mahoney ’64

Eleanor Casey Conley Hickey ’50

Ann White Mahoney ’64

Elizabeth Hanley Dunn ’50

Frances Borelli Stonkus ’64

Mary Hayford Guay ’50

Marcia Houde Briggs ’65

Marie Halpin Madden ’50

Kathleen Shields Lovett ’65

Elizabeth A. Strain ’50

Helen Sullivan

M. Jeannette Holmes Ziegler ’50

Vicki Lucia Cowen ’67

Barbara Savage Giuggio ’51

Ruth C. Murphy ’67

Lois B. O’Hara ’51

Sr. Patricia M. Johnson, SNDdeN ’68

Margaret Dennison Sweeney ’51

Marilyn A. Dooley ’69

Jane Kennedy Coan ’52

Margaret MacDonnell Kane ’69

Marylou Devlin Conway ’52

Arlene Black Mollo ’69

Mary Louise Hehir Mulvey ’52

Margaret Lucey Thorne ’69

Carolyn Fortin Doherty ’52

Sharon J. Davignon ’70

Eliet P. St. Pierre ’52

Sr. Mary Janice Bartolo, SNDdeN ’71

Maribeth Dumphy McGowan ’53

Annemarie Babine Klapfish ’71

Katherine McQuillan Canney ’54

Nancy Simpson Bielski ’72

Joan Carroll Conley ’54

Mary Ellen Gunning Whinnem ’73

Sr. Marie Alice McNelis, SNDdeN ’54

Anne Crowley Leete ’74

Joan A. M. Gearin, Esq. ’55

Holly E. Hamlett ’77

Noreen A. Dimond ’56

Kathleen Walsh Craven ’80 P’07

Catherine Daylor Granger ’56

Lisa Scorgie Evarts ’81

Paula Brennan Kohler ’56

Janet V. Beyer G’86

Eleanor M. Lynn, Esq. ’56

Constance G. Grew ’86

Sr. Mary Ridge, SNDdeN ’56

Sr. Mary Ann Quinn, SSA ’86

Margaret Breen Falcone ’57

Christine Proodian Coughlin ’88

Joanne Keating LeDuc ’57

Sr. Mary Souza, SSD ’91

Sr. Patricia G. Gill, SNDdeN ’58

Cara E. Murtagh ’97

Maura Breen Leonard ’58

Tina Chaves Kauffman ’99

Sr. Mary G. Manning, SNDdeN ’58

Shelby Olsen ’22

Memorial Masses honoring recently deceased alumni are held in the Emmanuel College Chapel. For more information about Alumni Memorial Masses or to report the passing of an Emmanuel alumna/alumnus, please contact the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at alumni@emmanuel.edu or 617 735-9771. 38


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†Deceased,* Billiart Society (3 or more consecutive years of giving), P=Parent, G=Graduate Degree

For every great institution, there comes a time when people, potentialand timing align— when a quantum advance is both possible and right. For Emmanuel College at the start of its second century, that time is now.




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Campaign Co-Chairs Margaret L. McKenna ’83, Mary Jo Rogers ’77 and Jack Connors announcing the $50 million fundraising effort at Sister Janet Eisner’s 40th Anniversary Gala in May.


New Century, New Strength



And yet there are headwinds. Like institutions throughout the

For generations of graduates—many the first in their families to attend college—it was life’s pivot, the place where talent turned

country, the College faces ever-mounting pressures to enhance academic programs, facilities and student services—all while

to trajectory, potential to professional success. Today the stories

maintaining tuition affordability.

of transformation continue, from the working-class student from

The Campaign for Our Second Century seeks to raise $50 million

western Massachusetts now excelling in medical school to the political science major now traveling the world with the U.S.

to ensure the vibrancy of Emmanuel’s mission for decades to come. This landmark fundraising effort—the largest in

Foreign Service.

Emmanuel’s history—encompasses all gifts made to the College

If our students and graduates are inspiring, so is the College

through June 30, 2022. We are pleased to report that, as of June

itself. Amid seismic change in higher education, Emmanuel has thrived thanks to a faith-filled vision, an unwavering focus on

30, 2019, the College had raised over $25 million toward the campaign’s $50 million goal.

students, and a creative, entrepreneurial spirit. This has been especially true under the 40-year leadership of the College’s “second founder,” Sister Janet Eisner, SNDdeN. Now, at the start of Emmanuel’s second century, it falls to all of

campaign.Together we will advance the College as a unique force for progress in the lives of students and all whose lives they will touch.

us to write the next great chapter in College’s history. The fundamentals are incomparable: Distinguished faculty members deeply dedicated to their students’ growth. A spirited community committed to Catholic values and service to others. And a modern campus steps away from internship opportunities at global businesses and innovation powerhouses.

Please join all who love Emmanuel in assuring the success of this

MARGARET L. MCKENNA ’83 Chair, Board of Trustees Campaign Co-Chair

MAUREEN MURPHY WILKENS ’56 Honorary Campaign Co-Chair

MARY JO SKAYHAN ROGERS ’77 Trustee Campaign Co-Chair

JACK CONNORS JR. Trustee Campaign Co-Chair


Please join us in writing the next great chapter in Emmanuel’s history. Together we will advance the College as a unique force for progress in the lives of students and all whose lives they will touch. LEARN MORE AND GIVE ONLINE AT EMMANUEL.EDU/SECONDCENTURY

CAMPAIGN PROGRESS As of June 30, 2019, the College had received over $25 million in gifts and commitments toward the campaign’s $50 million goal. The campaign includes all gifts made to the College through June 30, 2022.








campaign giving priorities By supporting the Campaign for Our Second Century, you can make a tangible and transformative difference to

Emmanuel—and to current and future generations of students. The campaign consists of four vital funding initiatives:

The sister janet eisner 40th anniversary Fund

The Emmanuel Fund

The scholarships Fund

The College’s annual

Gifts to the Scholarships

The campus Fund

giving effort sustains the

Fund advance the

decades, Emmanuel has

Since her inauguration as

richness and relevance of

College’s ability to enroll

made dramatic ad-

president in 1979, Sister

the full student experi-

students of talent and

vances in support of its

Janet Eisner, SNDdeN,

ence. Unrestricted gifts to

promise, while helping

Catholic educational

has consistently created

the fund enable the

place an Emmanuel

mission. This has been

ways to bring Emmanuel

College to seize emerging

education within families’

especially evident in the

College’s mission to life.

opportunities, fund key

financial reach. Donors

transformation of the

The 40th Anniversary

initiatives and meet the

may establish a perma-

College’s Fenway

Fund honors Sister

rapidly evolving needs of

nent, named scholarship

campus. Today the

Janet’s entrepreneurial

students and professions.

or provide current-use

evolution continues with

outlook by advancing

We invite all alumni,

financial assistance to

projects in support of

career-launching initia-

parents and friends to

help students enroll or

academic excellence,

tives across the College’s

participate in the

stay enrolled at

scientific discovery, and

five academic schools

Emmanuel Fund annually


a close and vibrant

encompassing Business

for the duration of the

community. There are a

& Management,

campaign and far beyond.

number of opportunities

Education, Humanities &

for donors to associate

Social Sciences, Nursing

their names with these

& Clinical Sciences, and

leading-edge spaces.

Science & Health.

Over the past two

Gift Naming Opportunities There are a number of opportunities for donors to associate their names with new and enduring symbols of Emmanuel’s strength. For information on specific named-gift options, please contact Danielle Kellermann, Vice President of Development, at kellermannd@emmanuel.edu; 617-732-1704.

WHAT’S IN A NAME? Watch the video and find out at Emmanuel.edu/SecondCentury



Reportof Giving

Historic Year. Record Support. Emmanuel experienced its most successful fundraising year ever in 2018-19. Inspired by the College’s 100th anniversary, donors gave a total of over $9.5 million, including gifts in support of the Emmanuel Fund, student scholarships, academic initiatives and capital projects. Emmanuel is deeply grateful to all of its generous supporters. Your gifts in 2018-19— which count toward the Campaign for Our Second Century—affirm the importance of Emmanuel’s educational mission in today’s world, while empowering students to achieve their greatest aspirations.

Report Giving of

Listings reflect gifts made between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019.



Reportof Giving THE PRESIDENT’S SOCIETY The President’s Society celebrates Emmanuel’s most generous and loyal donors. By their philanthropic leadership, President’s Society members affirm the impact of Emmanuel’s educational mission in an ever-changing world. “Their support is indispensable to Emmanuel’s continued ability to raise up new generations of leaders eager to give back and make a difference,” says Emmanuel College President

Nancy Kleniewski ’70 and Bill Davis * Marietta A. Marchitelli ’56 * MCPHS University Mary P. McGowan and Thomas Synan Margaret A. McKenna ’67 *

Sister Janet Eisner, SNDdeN.

Merck & Co., Inc. Keith and Wendi Metters *

Platinum Circle ($100,000+) Anonymous The George I. Alden Trust Cummings Foundation, Inc.

Joanne DiGeronimo Migliaro ’88 and Anthony Migliaro * Mary Jo Skayhan Rogers ’77 and Brian Rogers *

John and Mary Burke *

Marchello and Pamela Micozzi

Tracy Campion ’80 and

Cornelia J. Murphy ’69 *

Bernard Greene

Robert F. Muse *

Mary Dwyer Carey ’57 *

Elaine O’Malley ’53 *

Elaine and Mohamed El-Khawas *

Nancy A. Sawyer ’46 †

Eileen and Jack Connors, Jr.

Partners Healthcare

Megan Shannahan Hovsepian ’83

Yawkey Foundation II *

Maureen E. Cullinane ’67 *

F. L. Putnam Investment

Janet and C. Michael Daley *

Management Company *

Richard E. Lee † *

Benefactor ($25,000–$99,999)

Davis Educational Foundation

F. L. Putnam Securities Company,

The Lynch Foundation

Anonymous (2)

James and Kathleen Elcock *

Leslie Ferrick McCafferty ’76

Barbara Cammarano Balsama ’57 †

Elkus Manfredi Architects Ltd.

Kathleen Ambrose Barrett ’76 *

Harvard Maintenance, LLC *

Boston College

John Moriarty & Associates

Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur

Brigham & Women’s Hospital

Robert and Marianne Maguire

Genevieve Barretta Sweeney ’49

and Ronald Hovsepian *

and Kevin McCafferty * Margaret L. McKenna ’83 and Michael Mangaudis *

Kerwin ’56 *

Inc. * M. Andrea Ryan ’66 and Stephen Ryan *

and Stephen Sweeney Richard and Margaret Syron * The Fallon Company Joseph and Patricia Tower * Maureen Murphy Wilkens ’56 * Mary Walsh Williams ’60 *

Patron ($10,000–$24,999) Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Mary J. Cahillane ’73 * Nancy Mahoney Cohen ’63 * Anne Fleming De Fons-Boronat ’53 * Cecilia M. DiBella ’67 * Ann Slyngstad Dickson ’63 * EAB Enrollment Services Eversource Energy Kathleen Cummiskey Fothergill ’71 * Claire M. Gillis ’78 * Goldman Sachs Elin Sullivan Harris ’64 and John Harris * Margaret Foley Harris ’68 * Jennifer Baker Jones ’98 * Eileen Leonardi P’07 * Dorothy Lenihan McQuillan ’50 * William P. McQuillan Massachusetts General Hospital Robert Michielutti Marilyn Miller ’70 *

† Deceased,* Billiart Society (3 or more consecutive years of giving), P=Parent, G=Graduate Degree

Kathleen Murphy

Joan M. Hughes ’51 *

Saranne P. Murray ’69 *

Interstate Rental

Bryan Rafanelli

Gary and Diane Kaneb

Risk Strategies

Hugh and Diane Kearney ’68 *

Ropes & Gray LLP

Ann M. Kelly ’62 *

S & F Concrete Contractors, Inc.

Judith Beaulieu Kelly ’62 *

Gretel Schneider ’77 *

Margaret K. Lamothe

Eleanor Seamans ’71 and

Jack and Rosemary MacKinnon *

Richard F. Seamans* Peter and Elizabeth Seaver ’63 * Bruce and Margaret Mary Soltis ’66 * The Family of Maybeth Fandel Sonn ’63 *

Karen Pybus Maloney ’68 and Robert Maloney * Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Margaret Ellis McCarthy ’69 * Richard J. Meelia

Shawn Warren

Morgan, Brown & Joy, LLP

Wentworth Institute of Technology

Peter and Marjorie Noonan

Bruce P. White

Northstar Project and Real Estate

Jane Kennedy Coan ’52 * †

Charles and Margaret Lynch ’57 *

Colantuno Electrical Company, Inc.

Lenore and Anthony Martin *

Marya K. Pickering ’69

Rosemary F. Colson ’72 *

Thomas and Carol McDade ’68 *

Founder ($5,000–$9,999)

Margaret Desarro Raidmets ’49 *

Kristen Melchin Conroy *

Patricia Boyle McMorrow ’52 *

Anonymous (2)

Donna and James Rapaccioli *

Mary Lou Crane-Ryan ’74 and

Medical Academic and Scientific

Denise Beauchamp

Red Sox Foundation

Andrew Yosinoff *

Archambault ’64 *


Patricia Rissmeyer and James H. Wallace *

Robert Ryan

Community Organization, Inc.

Maureen Donohoe Cullen ’60

Mary Cannon Michielutti ’58 * †

Ellen Condon Cunningham ’65 *

Minuteman Security Technologies

Kathleen A. Borges P’10 *

Kathleen A. Rogers

Sally deCastro Dias ’62 *

Patricia Flaherty Moore ’60 *

Judith Getch Brodman ’64 *

Bethanne Carroll Saef

Molly and Michael DiLorenzo *

Michael and Cheri Mullaney *

Joan and Jack Caldwell *

Ann Marie Pellegrini Seeley ’69 *

Eileen Doherty *

Judith A. Murphy

Patrick Canney

Janet Clivio Senna ’64

George and Matthew Doherty †

June Prendergast Nussbaumer

William J. Canty

H. Michael Smolak, Jr. *

Emmanuel College Club of

Catholic Health Foundation of

Jerome and Mary Fran

Ellen H. Baker ’66 *

Sweeney ’57 *

Cape Cod *

’56 * Richard and Anne Ockerbloom ’51 *

Michelle and Drew Erickson *

Anne Phillips Ogilby

TD Bank, N.A.

Anne H. Fitzpatrick ’77 *

Robert and Donna Brindley

US Officials, LLC

Alaric D. Frazier ’06

Margaret Healey Chisholm ’71

Jane Connolly Lyness Wall ’53 *

Frank K. Gaison

Jennifer Porter *

Carolyn Clancy

Miriam Malone Wallie ’52 *

Mary Katherine Mark Gavin ’72 *

Daniel Powers

College of the Holy Cross

Kathleen E. Walsh and

Theresa M. Gillis ’71 *

Allan Praught

Richard Gordet *

Eugene I. Prior *

Elizabeth Cox Gravelle ’64 *

Jennifer S. Puccetti ’89 *

Kevin and Lisa Grealish ’86 *

Claire Ramsbottom and Robert

Greater Boston Estate of Marie Sullivan Chiarenza ’55 † *

Margot C. Connell Mari Côté ’64 Kathleen Charlebois Daley G’82

Dr. Erik Garpestad Florence Pigo Wendell ’58 *

Associate ($2,500–$4,999)

Elizabeth McCarty Grimes ’46

Barbara A. Deck ’69


Jane Fitzgibbons Hanrahan ’88

Lenore Merullo DelVecchio ’84 *

Aetna Fire Alarm Service

and James Daley

Michael and Carol Dillon P’10, P’11, P’16 * Margaret Bruce Doherty ’60 *

Company, Inc. Alpha Omega Council * Sheila Barry-Oliver ’69 and Paul Oliver *

Pineau G’14 *

Rodecker P’12, P’19 * Kathleen Palano Ray ’64 *

and Joseph Hanrahan P’17, P’18,

Sandra M. Robbins *

P’19 *

James Roosevelt, Jr. and

Mary H. Herlihy-Gearan ’78 and Mark Gearan

Ann M. Roosevelt * Santander Bank

Pamela Hoch Howard ’71 *

Catherine Dolan Spahr ’86

Kendall and Alice Evans ’65

Maureen McKenna Barton ’64

Frank and Dolores Infanger ’49 *

Elizabeth A. Strain ’50 *

Mildred Corcoran Feloney ’55 *

Augusta Gallagher Baum ’40 *

Danielle Kellermann

Suzanne E. Sylvester ’55 *

Neal Finnegan

Joan Gross Benzie ’63 *

Ginna Boyle Kelly ’72 and Richard

Antoinette Theriault-Faucette ’70

Margaret L. Gallagher ’51 *

Christopher Borges ’10 and

Robert and Jane Eberwein ’65 *

C. Josette Gaudreau ’64

Alanna Borges *

S. Kelly, Jr.

and David Faucette *

Annemarie Kenneally

Patricia and Joseph Tower *

John M. Griffin

Patricia A. Cahill ’59 *

Annmarie and William Kennedy, Jr. *

Elizabeth Molloy Twomey ’59

John and Maureen Harrington *

Ann E. Canning ’82 *

Mary Mason Kolesar ’64 *

Suzanne M. Wenz ’94 *

Eileen D. Hotte ’72 *

Paula E. Carroll ’72 *

Shaileen Sullivan Kopec ’68 *

Eleanor Helgert Weseloh ’68 *

Listings reflect gifts made between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019.



Reportof Giving NOTRE DAME SOCIETY Members of the Notre Dame Society supported Emmanuel College with gifts of $1,000– $2,499 during the 2018-19 giving year. The College gratefully acknowledges the following contributors.

Cynthia Morrell O’Callaghan ’88, G’94 * Anne M. O’Connor ’57 * Elisabeth M. O’Hearn ’47 * Maryalice O’Hearn-Yafrate ’65 *

Notre Dame ($1,000–$2,499)

Cornelia Spencer DeLuca ’60

Janet Mitchell Hoyt ’68 *

Marni S. Orlove G’09 *

Anonymous (3)

Maryellen Hayes Denning ’65 *

Christopher J. Hyldburg

Karen Figler Osterman ’67 *

Ann T. Agnew ’59 *

Patricia Roche Derba ’72 *

Roselmina Indrisano ’52 *

Kathleen MacVarish Ottina ’79

Judith A. Alamprese ’69 *

Raymond Devettere *

Steven and Ellen Ingerman ’71

Nicholas C. Pano *

Lawrence Bacow

Noreen A. Dimond ’56 † *

Martha Talavera Jackson ’68 *

Mary B. Parent ’61 *

Kalliope Foundas Badavas ’74 *

Nancy J. DiNardo ’71

Jeffrey Johnson

Christopher and Susan

Margaret Heanue Bald ’74 *

Gerard Doherty

Sheila F. Joyce-Bird ’78 *

Jane McGovern Barch ’69 *

Matthew and Mary Doyle ’79 *

Patricia Claus Keating ’69 *

Sean Philpott *

Jeffrey D. Bayard

Dorothy Krupa Dropick ’69 *

Ann Marie Keegan ’72 *

Ralph and Sheila Pickett ’55 *

Dorothy White Beck ’67 *

Catherine McQueeney Duggan ’44 *

Kelli Chapin Kennedy ’97 *

Marsha Wilson Pilette ’64

Joan McPartlin Bennett ’70 *

Michelle E. Duschang ’89

Mark Kerwin

Allen and Hazel Potvin ’65 *

Peggy Benz ’79

Sr. Janet Eisner, SNDdeN ’63 *

Karen Kivlan Kilmartin ’69 *

Robert and Anne Powderly ’70 *

Daneille E. Berzinis ’76 *

Erin Farmer Noonan G’01 *

Josef M. Kurtz *

Justin M. Prairie ’05

Jean Bresnahan Boyle ’55 *

Paul J. Farris *

Amy and Jeremy Lagomarsino *

Michelle Randazza

Marylou Brewster ’77 *

Kathleen Kiernan Feltz ’64 *

Nancy Lafleur Lapierre ’63 *

Floranne Rossetti Reagan ’69 *

Karen A. Burke ’69 *

Josephine M. Ferraro ’69

Barbara Quill Leary ’64

Ann M. Reen ’63 *

Margaret M. Burns ’72 *

Paula Guiney Fish ’69

John and E. Patricia Leary ’50 *

Richard and Mary Renehan ’57 *

Mary Devitt Burns ’68

Mark Fitzgerald

Susan Jordalen Leary ’69

Virginia Good Riley ’57

Jill A.R. Cadigan ’87

Patricia M. Flynn ’72 *

Susan Phalen Leigher ’81 *

Catherine Colosi Romano ’52 *

Mary Lou Maney Cahalane ’59 *

William and Kathryn Fox ’72 *

William C. Leonard *

Mary I. Ronan ’73 *

Frances P. Callanan ’76 *

Kathleen Fraser G’11 *

Christopher D. Leonardi ’07 *

Beth Ross

MaryEva Candon ’72

Mary Lee Frisbie ’72 *

Peggy Gilmore Levy ’63

Stephen and Mary G. Ryan

Patricia O’Brien Carr ’64 *

Loretta Hambach Gailius ’75 *

Joseph A. Lopes

Paul Carr †

Barbara Briggs Garrity ’74 *

Gail A. MacLean ’65 *

Marian T. Ryan ’76

Agnes Cox Carson ’39 *

Mary Watson Gavin ’73 *

Richard and Ann Madigan ’51

Patricia H. Ryan ’63 *

Thomas R. Cass *

Howard and Ellen Geisler ’63 *

Massachusetts College of Art

Catherine Gambeski Schneider ’73

Carolyn A. Caveny

Armand Giarrusso P’70 *

Eileen Hague Celeste ’59 *

Marilyn Kane Gilboy ’69 *

Christy Narkun McAnlis ’98 *

Carol Cocozza Skotnicki ’74 *

Rev. E. Ann Chaplin ’93 *

Diane Flussi Gittinger ’68 *

Sheila C. McCann ’61 *

Robert B. Spofford *

Constance Churchill ’58

John P. Giuggio

Dr. Marie McCormick and

Ellen Donoghue Stern ’60 *

Collegiate Press

Sheila R. Goggin ’67 *

Martha Collins ’58 *

James H. Greene *

Linda Scalfati McMenimen ’63 *

Janet R. Studley ’72 *

Nancy Judge Connolly ’69

Julie Flynn Griffin ’50 *

Ruth J. McNaughton ’49 *

Mary Ellen Harrington Sullivan ’64

Catherine E. Costello ’64 *

Maura E. Hagan ’75, P’04

Barbara J. McNeil ’62 *

Matthew P. Tarallo

Elizabeth Kibble McTigue ’69 *

Mary Beth Thomas ’84 *

Thomas F. Coughlan, Jr.

and Jeffrey M. Forbes *

and Design

Dr. Robert Blendon *

Peckham P’20

Ryan ’63 *

Kathleen O’Keeffe Skelly ’65 *

James and Eileen Stokes ’67

Ron Coyne *

Mary Ellen Hagner ’63 *

Lyle J. Micheli

Catherine Tierney *

Marie Mancuso Cromwell ’71

Karen Kattar Hallbauer ’73 *

Eleanor M. Miller ’70 *

F. Patricia McKenna Tobin ’72 *

Rosemary T. Cronin ’59 *

Gertrude H. Harrington ’81 *

Peter and Mary Louise Miller ’68

Mark and Mary Beth Tobin ’76

Thomas and Margaret Crowley ’61

Teresa Moynihan Hart ’67 *

Louise Tellier Minneman ’66 *

Mary F. Treacy ’65 *

Sandra Berwick Crowley ’65 *

Liane Hartnett G’10 *

Marie Connors Modic ’52 *

Triple G Scaffold Services Corp.

Jared Cumming

Thomas Hennessey

Josephine Quinn Moffatt ’70 *

Robert and Leslie Turner ’68 *

Helen M. Cummings ’54 *

Patricia M. Hennigan ’64

Pauline Wise Munroe ’75 *

Robert and Mary Uek ’63 *

Michael and Margaret Curry ’86 *

Edward and Ellen Higgins ’50 *

Kathleen A. Murphy ’74 *

Eleanor M. Vander Haegen ’62 *

Bernadette Memoli Cusack ’69

Janit P. Romayko Hodges ’67

Susan Cooney Murphy ’71

Susan von Daum Tholl

Claudette Roy Dachowski *

Mary L. Hogan ’56 *

Julie M. Murray ’66 *

Evelyn L. Wall ’65 *

Geraldine Sullivan Dalton ’65 *

Nancy O’Rourke Hogan ’55 *

Christopher Muse

Peter and Mary Ann Wall ’62 *

Helen Rose Dawson *

Margaret Chang Holmes ’69 *

Nimit B. Nathwani ’05 *

Patricia Flavin Walsh ’50

Michael and Erin

Brian J. Honan

Joan Burke Nelson ’63 *

Robert F. White

Kelly Hoppe

Frances Ng ’70 *

Judith Giles Willner ’64 *

Sheilah Shaw Horton ’81 and

Diane Corcoran Norris ’65 *

DeBettencourt P’22 Josephine A. DeCristofaro ’56 * Delta Magnetics and Controls

Stan Horton *

† Deceased,* Billiart Society (3 or more consecutive years of giving), P=Parent, G=Graduate Degree

Frederick and Ellen O’Brien ’66 *

LAPIS SOCIETY Members of the Lapis Society supported Emmanuel College with gifts of $500–$999 during the 2018-19 giving year. The College gratefully acknowledges the following contributors. Lapis ($500–$999) Anonymous (2) Marie Sarno Alessi ’65 * Patricia McKillop Ash ’61 * Jane Stoodt Attanucci ’73 * Alice Kane Baranick ’49 * Marie McClintock Barry ’58 * M. Louise Fugere Beattie ’53 * Joy A. Bergenthal ’73 Teresa Bowes Bergeson ’64 Anne Coughlin Berkland ’50 Mary Sousa Binderman ’64 Margaret M. Blake ’47 * Jeanne Blum Kissane ’72 * Saletta M. Boni ’71 * Stefanos M. Bouboulis Mary Hammond Bowler ’71 * Virginia Brady-Mann ’81 * Ann Bailey Brennan Thomas ’63 and Lawrence Thomas * Ann McMorrow Bruno ’57 * Anne Lynch Bunch ’74 Mary Murphy Burke ’59 * Donald and Mary Butler ’60 Carol Doane Callahan ’52 * Catherine M. Carr ’71 * Mary Trovato Carson ’69 Kathleen M. Chane ’74 and David Saucier * Ellen Jones Christie ’68 * Lorna A. Condon ’72 Elaine Fowler Conners ’66 * Thomas E. Connolly * Ellen Bowes Contreras ’63 * Joanne Duffy Conway ’67 * Susan E. Coppola ’96 * Mary Downey Coyne ’59 * Charlene Phillipe Creeden ’68 * Margaret A. Critch ’84 * Josephine Grasso Crowe ’64 * Sheila Carroll Crowell ’57 * Margretta Buckley Curry ’70

Listings reflect gifts made between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019.

Louise M. Cynkus ’69

Lee Gately *

Haralambos Dafoulas

Carol and Peter Gately, Jr. *

Patricia Tynan Daoust ’81 *

Suzanne Gaudette Guerra ’76 *

Daniel J. Darcy *

Katherine E. Gavini ’86

Jeannette DeJong ’73 *

Ann O’Leary Gessner ’66 *

Ellen Simpson DeMarinis ’68 *

Kathleen DeClemente Giorgi ’73 *

Nancy and Pierre d’Hemecourt P’12

Byron J. S. Glaus ’10 *

Robert and Denise DiCenso ’83 *

George and Ellen Goff ’74 *

Loraine J. DiPietro ’65 *

Edward and Joan Goodwin ’49 *

Winifred M. Doherty ’55 *

Kathleen Ahern Gould ’81

Eileen P. Donahue ’69

Stephen Gousie

Elaine M. Donahue ’59 *

Nancy Leclerc Gregory ’75 *

Anne F. Donovan ’64 *

Joan McNary Guertler ’53 *

Denise Kelliher Drake ’70 *

Anne M. Hackett ’61 *

Jane E. Driscoll ’72 *

Nancy Bouchard Hall ’71 *

Efthimios Emmanouilidis

Eileen D. Hardy ’71

Dorothy Gaspar Esposito ’55 *

Phyllis McManus Hayes ’59 *

Rita M. Fabrizio-Ledonne ’81

John and Anne Hedstrom ’67 *

Grace F. Farrell ’69

Mary Louise Mahoney Hegarty ’57 *

Sarah Keefe Femia ’74 *

Mary E. Hines ’66 *

Maureen Daley Finnegan ’61 *

Wendy Scott Hopkins ’69 *

Priscilla Howe Flynn ’62 *

Jane G. Hopkins-Fisher ’74 *

Carol A. Forest ’70 *

Robert and Jeanne Joy ’73 *

Cynthia Fowler *

Christine M. Judge ’59 *

Annabelle Birrow Fulks ’63 *

Pavlos Katsarikas and

James and Melinda Gallagher P’17 *


Ioanna Kostaki-Katsarikas P’17 Kathleen Gulski Keith ’68 *




Jack D. Kelly *

Joan Mullin Reed ’63 *

Joanne Donovan Kelly ’58 *

Barbara M. Ridge ’68 *

Judith Kirvan ’69

Dorothea McCulloch Riley ’77

Mary Ann O’Rourke Kleyle ’64

Joan Riley

Mary Ellen Kudera ’90 *

Mary Bartholomay Ritchey ’70 *

2018-19 giving year. The College gratefully acknowledges

Elizabeth A. Lawrence ’90

Esperanca Ferreira Romero ’60 *

the following contributors.

KaKwe and Linda Lee P’22

Mary Kay Ryan ’54 *

Marie Pazola Leen ’64 *

Priscilla Neville Scalley ’63 *

Blue and Gold ($250–$499)

Jane Murphy Coburn ’51

Mary Kress Lemley ’76

Carol Ethier Skill ’69

Susan D. Cocco ’74

Phyllis A. Lochiatto ’69

Concetta Filippone Alduino ’59 *

Mary Murray Sliney ’65 *

Rita J. Comtois ’73 *

Anne Morris Lynch ’57 *

Susan J. Alfiero-Bavasso ’76

Karen Chapman Soares ’64 *

Ann O’Donnell Connors ’65 *

Mary Goodhue Lynch ’87 *

Peter and Ellen Allen ’78 *

David Somerville ’11 and Siobhan

Jocelyn Marcoux Allen ’69 *

Victoria Kowilcik Cooper ’67

Alana O’Brien Askey ’71 *

Jane Manson Coskren ’61 *

Eleanor M. Lynn ’56 *

Franco Somerville ’11

Members of the Blue and Gold Society supported Emmanuel College with gifts of $250–$499 during the

Marie Halpin Madden ’50 † *

Christina Pitoniak Stark ’70 *

Carol Kemmitt Courage ’68, P’08 *

Una Corrigan Mahar ’64 *

Mary Ann Barry Baird ’56

Mary Lou Stebbins ’62 *

Kathleen O’Sullivan Cucchiara ’59 *

Geraldine D’Amico Manganaro ’55 *

Eileen Barry Banta ’62 *

Patricia Steen ’68 and

Jeanine Riette Beaton ’63 *

Kathleen Murphy Curran ’71 *

Mary Lyons Bell ’71 *

Julianne LaSala Cushing ’65 *

Barbara Mahoney Mannis ’55 *

Thomas Dybdahl *

Maureen P. Martin ’62

Lisa M. Stepanski *

Mary Jane Maciejko Cuzzupe ’84 *

Donna Falcone Martone ’73 *

Susan Ariansen Benoit ’69

Jane Lambert Sterling ’66 *

Leigh E. Dancy ’95

Mary Gouvea Martonosi ’50 *

Mary Connolly Berry ’73 *

Ruth M. Strach ’70

Lucinda M. De Patto ’69 *

Susan J. Maxwell ’65 *

Laura A. Blanciforti ’69

Eleanor M. Strang ’68 *

Trudy Walsh Deane ’54 *

Patricia J. McBride ’78 *

Carolyn Hardy Block ’57 *

Ornella DiCenso Sweeney ’74 *

Dorothea George Delano ’59 *

Mary Hansberry McCarthy ’69 *

M. Regina Bolduc ’57 *

George W. Synan

Jacqueline Soeldner DeMeo ’59 *

Claire Kearney McCorry ’69

Carol Chapski Bonner ’69

Gerard Tannetta and Kathleen

Julianne Bova ’71 *

Andrea Der Boghosian ’76 *

Lauren Bowerman ’79 *

Nicole Deveglio ’13

Kathleen M. McCourt ’65

Connell P’11 *

Dorothy Flint McFadyen ’59 *

Douglas Taylor

Mary Brennan Devin ’61 *

Suzanne M. McGowan ’58 *

Mary E. Boyle ’62 *

Joanne Maher Taylor ’51 *

Paula L. DiCamillo ’81 *

Anne M. McGrail ’87

Maura M. Bradley-Gnanou ’96

Mary Ann O’Malley Taylor ’75 *

Rita J. DiGiovanni ’72

Sarah Gillis McGuire ’73

Deirdre F. Bradley-Turner ’98 *

Merna A. Therieau ’57 *

Elaine Ducci Dinto ’66 *

H. Patricia McWalters ’57 *

Gail Moran Breaugh ’72 *

Donna Maria Ticchi ’72 *

Nancy Sullivan Donnelly ’63 *

Eleanor A. Meskell ’51 *

Constance LaPointe Brennan ’74

Diane Bonneau Tillotson ’70 *

Eileen McGeoghegan Donovan ’50

Deborah Wallace Moore ’87 *

Camilla Robinson Broderick ’64 *

Pamela Fish Torpey ’88 *

Elizabeth A. Donovan ’84

Joan Mazzio Moore ’57 *

Maureen Baxter Broderick ’62 *

Marianne Marrinan Townsend ’75 *

Karen E. Downey ’72 *

Mary Cuneo Morgan ’65

Carol Fay Brown ’73

Kathleen Desmond

Janice Dunn Brown ’58

Margaret Powers Dutch ’82

Pamela Brown ’85 *

Aliece Weller Dutson ’05

Claire M. Morrissey ’54 *

Trahanovsky ’60 *

Susan Collins Nash ’71

Seth J. Urbanoski ’09 *

Rita Sullivan Edmunds ’67 *

Margaret Hogan Nellson ’82 *

Maggie Brutnell ’89 *

Nancy Vaughan Van Deusen ’70 *

Catherine O’Neil Eisenmann ’51 *

Michelle O’Kula

Rosemarie Malik Brutnell ’61 *

Leo M. Vercollone

Claire DeLay Enright ’55 *

Samuel O’Neill *

Margaret M. Buckley-Kuc ’63 *

Rosemary D’Ambrosio Verri ’66 *

Mary B. Evans ’79 *

Joe M. Onofrietti

Lydia Stutts Burns ’67

Paula Henderson Von Euw ’71 *

Ellen Kuppens Faherty ’77

Lori Papakostas

Nancy Hughes Busch ’60 *

Oliver Wahnschafft

Claire Fallon ’67 *

Mike Parisciani

Karen Lucey Busenburg ’70 *

Esther J. Walters ’63

Ann Toomey Farrell ’79 *

Anne Power Parsons ’62 *

Donna A. Butman ’69 *

Martha Mooney Waltien ’70 *

Ann McCarthy Faulstich ’52 *

Janice and Richard Partridge P’11 *

Judith Dussault Butterfield ’63 *

Marie Rowland Wambold ’69

Carolyn Ferrick Decoteau ’08

Elizabeth Hayes Patterson ’67 *

Carolyn Nugent Campion ’67 *

Monica McCarthy Ali Warren ’63

Mary Caputo Fiorentino ’64 *

Larisa A. Pazmino

Anne Marie McMellen Carpenter ’62

Lorraine Shannahan Wenger ’76 *

Ellen Flatley ’65 *

Paula A. Pelletier ’66

Mary R. Carroll ’66

Helen McAlevy Williams ’56

Carol Masci Flores ’65 *

Susan Lough Pikor ’65 *

Paula White Cashman ’66 *

Edith M. Wolfsberg ’54 *

Ann L. Flynn ’62

Lorraine A. Plasse ’67 *

Helen P. Caton ’74 *

Sharon Zywiak Wood ’72

Lucy A. Flynn ’75 and George

Lynne LaBossiere Powers ’69 *

Susan O’Connell Chandler ’75 *

Sheila Wynne ’58

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Mary McMahon Wysocki ’70

Mary Clougherty Fogarty ’51 *

Monica Ross Pullano ’72 *

Catherine M. Clancy ’73

Eileen Leary Zewski ’70 *

Katherine Bemis Clancy ’57 *

Carolyn M. Francisco ’91

M. Patricia Cochran Clark ’54 *

Mary Martin Fredericks ’71 *

Marie Murphy

Brendan Gallagher ’17

Leonidha Pulluqi ’14 Mary Margaret Quinn-Devine ’63 Sandra Skovron Ray ’89 * Martha McGovern Reagan ’63 *

† Deceased,* Billiart Society (3 or more consecutive years of giving), P=Parent, G=Graduate Degree

Clausen-Corcoran ’57 * Anita D’Amato Cobb ’64 *

O’Toole, Jr.

Mary Cribben Galvin ’64 * Karen Capuozzo Gil ’74 *

“Emmanuel marries the best of the liberal arts, the Catholic intellectual tradition and preprofessional education in a way that prepares students to have exemplary futures.”

Alice Lawler Gildea ’59 *

Gianna D’Angelo Johnston ’87

Mary Ann Gillen ’79 *

Joyce-Ellen Tulis Kaseta ’58 *

Hildegarde A. Gillis ’61 *

Cynthia Ward Kavanaugh ’72 *

Jean Fitzgerald Goetz ’65 *

Kathryn Fall Keane ’66 *

Mary Finn Goggin ’53

Ann Welch Kearney ’72 *

Claire Labuski Gorman ’51 *

Irene M. Kearns-Buttendorf ’71 *

Diana Keenan Goroff ’74 *

Joline Fournier Kelley ’74 *

Jane Butler Griffin ’52 *

Kathleen E. Kelley ’62 *

Claude Haikal Guiney ’82

Lucille T. Kelley ’48 *

Heidi L. Gustafson ’86 *

Carolyn Clarke Kenny ’61 *

Evelyn Brawley Hardiman ’66 *

Kathleen O’Brien Kingston ’69 *

Mary Cummings Hatcher ’74 *

Katherine A. Kirby ’68 *

Jane Docktor Haugen ’73 *

Denise Rondeau Klotzbucher ’70

Marjorie V. Hickey ’69 *

Kathleen Bocash Knight ’68

Janet LaVallee Holden ’68 *

Margaret Lanahan Kowalski ’68 *

Carol Vosburg Horn ’71 *

Carol A. Laboissonniere ’72 *

Maureen McKenna Horn ’61

Anne Marie Trepanier Landisi ’60 *

Suzanne R. Huber ’71 *

Nick Landry ’10

Karen Hume Baptiste ’75 *

Marguerite Lessard Lang ’63

Lisa M. Iolli ’84

Mary Ellen Harnett Lavelle ’53 *

Mary Lou Walsh Jacobs ’58 *

Claire Lynch Lent ’44

Joanne M. Jantos ’69 *

Ann Smith Levinson ’70 *

Jenna Wilkinson Lourenco ’99


Karen McGann Lucas ’71 Marie T. Lutz ’76 * Eleanor Coneeney Lyons ’56 * Maureen Hallice Lyons ’83 Jean F. MacCormack ’69 Sheila McKinnon Mahoney ’54 Carol A. Makowski ’71 * Jacqueline C. Malouf ’60 *

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Marie E. Manganelli ’70 * Catherine T. Manning ’84 * Joanne DeNuccio Manville ’66 * Ellen Reed Marcus ’61 * Elizabeth Bullman Mariani ’67 *


Barbara Shea Martz ’63 * Pamela Johnson Matocha ’86 * Robin MacIntyre Mazejka ’80 * Paula E. McCabe ’73 * Dorothy Donato McCaffrey ’60 * Elizabeth Farrell McCarthy ’59 * Matthew McCarthy’15 Elaine M. McCombs ’66 Barbara Barry McCue ’52 *

NANCY KLENIEWSKI ’70 President Emeritus, State University of New York at Oneonta, Emmanuel College Trustee

Listings reflect gifts made between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019.



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MARY JO SKAYHAN ROGERS ’77 For Mary Jo Skayhan Rogers ’77, Emmanuel continues to be a place full of meaning and opportunity. In 2016, she and her spouse, Brian, established the Mary Jo Skayhan Rogers ’77 Endowed Scholarship in honor of Mary Jo’s 40th class reunion and the College’s Centennial. To date, the endowed scholarship has aided 15 students in realizing their dreams of an Emmanuel education. A member of Emmanuel’s Board of Trustees, Mary Jo remains ever connected to the College, helping to ensure Emmanuel continues its strong trajectory into its second century. Recently, Emmanuel Magazine caught up with Mary Jo to discuss the impact of her Emmanuel experience, her thoughts on the College’s bright future and why she values giving back to her alma mater.

EM: As a legacy, your family ties run deep

EM: You have been very supportive of

em: Why do you choose to invest in

with Emmanuel College. How do you feel

Catholic education in both Boston and


Emmanuel has impacted your family as a

Baltimore. Why is this so important to you? MJr: Because I received a great education

whole? MJr: I attended a Sisters of Notre Dame de

at Emmanuel. My professors taught me

MJr: We all had such great and different

Namur high school. It was a small, all-girls

how to think critically and problem-solve. I

experiences at Emmanuel. Most recently

school and a very similar experience to

was a political science major and I fondly

my niece graduated from the College in

Emmanuel at that time. I saw Emmanuel

remember classes with Dr. Lenore Martin

2007. My great aunt was Sr. Emmanuel

as a great fit for me because it felt familiar.

and Dr. Marie Natoli, both of whom left an

Doherty, the youngest member of the Class

From attending Sisters of Notre Dame

impact on me and continue to impact

of 1924. Her sister was also a Sister of

schools, I learned much more than just

students today. My experience studying

Notre Dame de Namur. Growing up, my

academics. Service was an important part

political science has helped me in all

family always talked about how bright and

of my education at both schools, and I felt

aspects of my life. I wish I could come back

wonderful my great aunt was, and I often

it provided me a more well-rounded

and take classes again!

heard wonderful stories about Emmanuel

education as a whole.

Secondly, I believe Emmanuel has positioned itself strongly for success. In

College. EM: What do you think are the biggest

today’s climate, as we see colleges around

Boston, and I used to visit the city quite

differences between when you attended

the country continue to close their doors,

often after my immediate family moved to

Emmanuel and today?

Emmanuel continues to stand the test of

My family’s roots were originally from

time. I believe there are a number of

Baltimore. I always had an interest in coming to Boston and Emmanuel, but

MJr: First of all, it’s coed. The facilities are

reasons for this. First and foremost, the

honestly, I never thought I’d get the chance.

amazing, from the dining halls to the

great leadership of Sister Janet Eisner. She

My father passed away when I was five

fitness centers to the new residence hall.

is a wonderful leader who continues to do

years old and my mother raised me and my

Plus, the Fenway neighborhood has

all the right things. Also, the College’s

siblings. All of my siblings attended college

changed drastically. It’s amazing to see

location is key. With all the neighboring

locally near home in Baltimore. The only

how built up it has become compared to

hospitals and research institutions within

reason I received the chance to leave and

when I was a student there with all the

the Longwood Medical and Academic Area,

attend Emmanuel was through scholar-

shopping, restaurants and growing

plus just being in the city of Boston in

ships and financial aid.

community just steps from campus.

general, Emmanuel’s location is a true differentiator.

Joan Glidden McGrath ’60 *

Joan M. Ryan ’58 *

Elizabeth A. McIntyre ’72 *

Patricia Brown Santilli ’74 *

Kathleen Hardiman McLaughlin ’60

Sandra Magnani Santinello ’74 *

Maureen A. McMann ’69

Mary Bradley Saratora ’66 *

Patricia Carr McNamara ’49 *

Ruth E. Scanlan ’65

Joyce Dragon Metzger ’69 *

Pauline Santagate Schafer ’70

Maryann Celli Minutillo ’61 *

Robin McCarthy Schoene ’89

Susan King Morton ’64

Nancy Walsh Scofield ’69 *

Barbara Dlugos Muldoon ’66 *

Mary L. Scott ’60 *

Virginia Simmons Mullin ’72 *

Patricia Wright Seeberg ’72 *

Karla J. Murga ’08, G’16 *

Janet Semple-Hess ’77 *

Catherine Wilder Murphy ’69

Maria Lanza Silvaggi ’59 *

Helen McGourty Murphy ’48 *

Jacqueline Taylor Smith ’57 *

Mary J. Murphy ’63 *

Kathleen A. Soles ’73 *

Ruth C. Murphy ’67 *

Michaela Sheehan Spillane ’59 *

Janet Chamberlain Murray ’67 *

Francine Lancia Spratt ’69

Sr. Elizabeth Murtagh,

JoAnne Dulak Steele ’74 *

SNDdeN ’64 *

Teresa Gwiazdowski Strong ’68 *

Linda Dingfelder Nielsen ’89

Eileen Murphy Sullivan ’74 *

Elizabeth Sweet Noonan ’53 *

Mary Rose Sullivan ’52 *

Victoria Moses Nord ’54 *

Rita M. Sullivan ’69 *

Judith Kerrigan Norton ’61

Rosemary Barry Swanson ’53 *

Vera Pace Novick ’59 *

Dorothy DeStefano Taraburelli ’66 *

Marcia Gingrow Noyes ’64

Mary Jane Teta ’65

Margaret Mulligan O’Brien ’71 *

Diega Campagna Therrien ’69

Marie Cadarette O’Brien ’43 *

Nanette Tobin ’78

K. Jonalyn Kealy O’Connor ’69

Eileen M. Tosney ’43 *

Ellen Conlon O’Donnell ’73 *

Ellen M. Tracy ’75 *

Frances Murphy O’Donnell ’52 *

Jane Owens Triano ’80

Rita F. O’Hearn ’51 *

Ann Marie McLaughlin Tuite ’64

Elizabeth Walsh O’Keefe ’58 *

Anne Klein Tupper ’71

Elaine McLaughlin O’Malley ’69

Lorraine F. Vekens ’68 *

Marianne McGuire O’Malley ’62 *

M. Patricia McQuillan Waite ’50

such an impact. The sciences are really

Maureen Dillon Olesen ’59

Patricia Tipping Walsh ’64

thriving at Emmanuel between the

Roland and Dulce Maria

Marie Gillespie Wartolec ’62 *

EM: As a melanoma cancer survivor, you are also an advocate for cancer research, having established the Mary Jo Rogers Professorship in Cancer Immunology and Melanoma Research at Johns Hopkins University. Do you think Emmanuel College’s students could have an impact in these fields through opportunities available within the School of Science & Health? MJr: Yes, in fact, I already see them making

on-campus research opportunities and

Ouellette ’68 *

M. Elizabeth White ’69 *

facilities as well as the presence and

Mary L. Pacione ’63

Brianna M. Wiseman ’15 *

partnership with Merck Research

Filomena Natal Pasquarelli ’39

M. Kathryn Johnson Wolf ’72

Laboratories right on campus. If not for

Carol Tratnyek Perry ’65 *

Janice Parker Wonson ’71 *

immunology and melanoma research and

Jeanne M. Phelps-Blair ’89

Jeanne Bresnahan Yglesias ’75 *

therapy, I wouldn’t be here today, so I am

Margaret Galvin Phillips ’59

proud to see such research taking place.

Mary Tallent Powers ’57 * Mary F. Prendergast ’65 *

EM: Imagine 100 years from now. What do

Catherine Price ’80

you think Emmanuel College will be like?

Diane Ratte Radwill ’69

MJr: I imagine it being larger than it is

Edith Kerrigan Ratcliffe ’52 *

today with a broad and engaged alumni base and diverse student body that includes students from all over the country and world. It will still be going strong and still maintaining that strong sense of community that it has today.

Listings reflect gifts made between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019.

Margaret Logan Randall ’69 * Diane Dondale Raymond ’61 * Sandra Jewell Reilly ’70 * Mary E. Rice ’56 * Ann Geary Roche ’69 Maureen E. Rogers ’71 Grace Nuttall Rooney ’56 * Mary M. Rowley ’53



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Jenny Jobe ’20 hile many college students spend the summer before senior year hitting the beach, Jenny Jobe ’20 stayed true to the motto she’s had on repeat since she started at Emmanuel. “Seek out every opportunity, and make the most of everything.” Jobe stayed on Emmanuel’s campus, taking advantage of the College’s location in the Longwood Medical and Academic Area. She engaged in summer research alongside Emmanuel Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Janel Cabrera in the genetics department at Harvard Medical School, while simultaneously participating in Harvard’s 10-week Summer Honors Undergraduate Research Program (SHURP). As a double major in biology and sociology following Emmanuel’s pre-medical curriculum, she also made time to work as a medical scribe in the dermatology department at Boston Children’s Hospital. “Being able to shadow a physician as he engages with and treats patients has been an incredible glimpse into what could be my future career,” says Jobe, who completed more than 30 hours of training on medical terminology and policies. “I’m interested in both public health and global health, and I’m planning to go to graduate school for a master’s in public health and possibly to medical school,” she says. The Johnston, Rhode Island, native wanted to pursue her college education in the city, and considers herself lucky that her journey led her to Emmanuel College. “My experience here has been amazing,” she says.“I love being able to explore multiple subjects outside my major, and I’ve learned so much from courses like anatomy and physiology and genetics,” she says. “And all of my sociology classes have been a ten-out-of-ten.” Jobe has also been involved with the Office of Mission & Ministry, volunteering at organizations such as the Pine Street Inn, acting as a College ambassador in the 1804 Society and traveling to Phoenix for Alternative Spring Break. Now in her senior year, Jobe has no intention of slowing down, and she has one more role to add to her resume, as a resident assistant in Loretto Hall. “I want to help build community among the first-year students,” she says. “I feel like I’ve never been in a better position to tell them what I always tell myself: ‘Seek out every opportunity, and make the most of everything.’”



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Patricia G. Devaney

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Ann Harrington Brockette ’62

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Nancy and Jean Gervais P’95

Rita Hurley Fahey ’57 *

Pamela Andrade Gibbs ’73 *

Kathryn M. Fairbanks ’55 *

Barbara B. Gibson

Robin O’Brien Falzone ’82 *

John D. Gillespie ’99

Carolyn Addesa Faria ’62 *

Jane Neary Gilligan ’66 *

Clotilde Sheehan Farrell ’56 *

Jane McCarthy Gillis ’57 *

Diane Bernier Fasching ’68

Mary-Margaret Sullivan

Linda Dudovich Feeney ’64 *

SHEILAH SHAW HORTON ’81 Vice President and Dean of Students, Wellesley College; Emmanuel College Trustee

Girgenti ’64 *

Robert Ferrarini

Patricia Whalen Glancy ’49 *

Rose Ann Cruz Ferullo ’70 *

Mary O’Donnell Glasheen ’51

Jean Stanowicz Field ’66 *

Marie Gleason Tada ’71 *

Maryanne Alix Finn ’77

Samantha L. Sokoloski Goemans ’10 *

Listings reflect gifts made between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019.

“I am so grateful to the Emmanuel faculty who tapped me on the shoulder and said, ‘You’re good at this. You can do this.’ They encouraged me, challenged me, and gave me a sense of vision of what I could accomplish.”



Reportof Giving Paula King Goldberg ’71 *

Carole Minton Hess ’59

Linda Spadafora Kelley ’70

Denise Cynkus Leslie ’75

Glenn B. Goldman ’01 *

Kathleen Godin Hickey ’73 *

M. Lee Tobin Kelly ’65 †

Donna Leuzzi ’75 *

Margaret Trum Golibersuch ’68 *

Judith Doherty Higley ’62 *

Mairead R. Kelly ’06 *

Sherilyn C. Levy ’06

Paula Goolkasian Martin ’70

Barbara Keegan Hildner ’65 *

Mary Deneen Kelly ’69

Gloria Liatsos

Barbara Curtin Graceffa ’82, G’96 *

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill

Kathleen Brauer Kennedy ’70

Jean Carty Lifford ’63 *

Susan Cimino Graceffa ’72 *

Dorothy Hicks Hines ’60 *

Lynn Ward Kenney ’90

Carol Murdock Lilley ’74 *

Kelly Kasic Grant

Sandra Stone Hines ’65

Mary C. Kenney ’63 *

Jeanne Hunter Linxweiler ’60 *

Joan Sullivan Gray ’69 *

Sr. Amy M. Hoey, RSM ’51 *

Kathleen O’Brien Kent ’66 *

Mary A. Litterst ’66

Andrea Jordan Green ’84

Mary Gramer Hogarty ’55

Marilyn Kent *

Brian and Sarina Littlefield

Joyce Bell Gregg ’67 *

Thomas and Andrea Hoisl P’20

Janice Dooley Keough ’63 *

Judith Molnar LoGerfo ’80, G’88 *

Emily M. Gregory ’54

Sr. Karen Hokanson, SNDdeN *

Robin Brogna Keough ’98 *

Janice Freedman Lomas ’65

Kathleen M. Grey ’16 *

Carol Lutz Holland ’66

Mary E. Kercz ’76

Dolores Wondolowski

Mary Daley Grey ’90, P’16

Brooks and Catherine

Kathleen M. Kerns ’74, P’08, and

Monica Flatley Gribaudo ’83 *

Holmes ’65, P’96

Joseph W. Sullivan *

Lombardi ’70 * Elaine M. Lombardozzi ’66 *

Honora Hull Griebel ’79 *

Christina White Holz ’87

Susan King P’13

James A. Lord †

Janet E. Griffin ’80 *

Judith Dalton Hom ’79

Timothy and Elizabeth King P’22

Maryann O’Brien Lord ’67 *

Dorice Y. Griffith ’92 *

Mary Phalen Hood ’70 *

Marilyn Roulier Kirby ’71 *

Joan Camden Lovely ’67

Maryanne Gryboski ’71 *

Marilyn Kane Hosker ’65 *

Sue Deane Kirchner ’66 *

Catherine Brassil Luby ’69

Immaculata Guarna-

Elizabeth Sheils Howard ’77 *

Jane Farley Kleha ’62

Mary F. Lukas ’74

Marie McGrath Hoy ’53 *

Cathy J. Klein P’12 *

Alice Perry Lundgren ’69

Margaret Wyndham Guarnotta ’65 *

Ann Uryasz Hurley ’69

Denise Murray Kofron ’72 *

Rob Lutz

Louise Wadden Guilmette ’61

Maureen B. Hynes ’64

Elizabeth Davis Kraft ’80

Barbara Harrington Lynch ’50

Patricia Coughlin Gurevitch ’51 *

Deborah Maniace Ireland ’71

Jane L. Kreinsen-King ’74 *

Karen P. MacDonald ’88 *

Elaine Hackett

Sheila Barksdale Irvin ’68 *

Karla Torkildsen Krogstad ’75 *

Mary Fitzgerald Mack ’66 *

Christine C. Haddad ’78

Katherine E. Iverson ’49 *

Carol A. Kroker ’67 *

Eileen Martin MacKenzie ’72 *

Priscilla E. Hagerman ’71

Barbara Hover Jackson ’79 *

Catherine Kelliher Krueger ’58 *

Jackie MacMullan

Ann Mulligan Hagl ’63 *

Patricia Sullivan Jaroch ’66 *

Ivy Krull

Tamara L. Macuch ’94

Stephen and Eva Haley P’19

Maureen Stone Jarosz ’69

Jason Kuehner *

Catherine Lenihan Madigan ’64

Taylor Hall

Patricia Harrington Jaworski ’57

Ann Hennessy LaBroad ’67 *

Martha Egan Mador ’58

Virginia Punch Hall ’59

Catherine H. Jeannette ’76 *

Wendy L. LaBron *

Ernestine Benedetti Magher ’67 *

Mary Leonard Halpin ’58 *

Margaret Chiacchieri Jemison ’83 *

Diane L. LaFlamme ’67

Priscilla A. Maglio ’77 *

Marie Harzbecker

Katherine Kearney Jewell ’45

Mr. Thomas and Dr, Kimberley

Jeanne M. Mahan ’79 *

Carolyn Flynn Johansson ’59 *

LaLiberte P’22

Jeanette Twitchell Maher ’51

Mayre McGrath Hammond ’73 *

Laura E. Johnson ’92

Maureen Halpin Lalumiere ’58 *

Anne Marie Skowron Mahoney ’73 *

Kathryn L. Hand-Savage ’98 *

Nancy Cowley Jolly ’64

Pauline Beaulieu Lambert ’64 *

Marguerite Fasy Mahoney ’68 *

Carol Mosher Haney ’58

Ann-Marie Joyce ’59

Denise Tremblay Lamoureux ’71 *

Norma J. Mahoney ’94 *

Katherine Wagner Hansen ’76 *

Maureen A. Joyce ’81 *

Marc A. Landry

Denise J. Mallen ’75 *

Elaine Godin Hanson ’69 *

Christopher and Carol Kachur P’21

John Lane P’11

Kathleen Kelly Maloof ’71 *

Mary Alice Hayes Hantout ’68 *

Natasha Kahn

Cynthia Quallen LaPierre ’70 *

Edna Slyne Mancias ’67

Caroline Harney Harrington ’58 *

April Der Boghosian

Joan Murray LaTona ’58

Paula Manganelli ’66 *

Ellen Woods Laughton ’63 *

Susan Morris Manning ’69

Armstrong ’87 *

Hamilton-Worswick ’59 *

Mark R. Harrington ’08 *

Kaloostian ’81, P’19

Mary Kathryn Harrity ’71 *

Frances McCarthy Kane ’51 *

Michelle Kiehl Lavigne ’81 *

Dorothy O’Brien Marchildon ’69

Elizabeth A. Hart ’72 *

Robert S. Karam

Maribeth A. Lazzaro ’84

Michael and Kathleen Maresco P’19

Maureen O’Neil Hasz ’99 *

Michael and Sally Katon P’19 *

Patricia Mahoney Leach ’67 *

Karen Bennett Mark ’79

Catherine Voyta Hatfield ’73 *

Lydia Galego Kay ’62 *

Maureen Kennedy Leahy ’55 *

SG Mark

Catherine Giammalvo

Charlotte King Kayavas ’63

William and Donna Leahy P’16

Sr. Maureen Marr, SNDdeN ’62

Brian Kearney

Father Thomas L. Leclerc, M.S. *

Dorothy Daly Marshall ’78

Elizabeth Asci Hayes ’73

Nancy M. Keaveney ’81

Bick Mee Lee ’73 *

Adele Padvaiskas Martin ’47 *

Kerri O. Hayes ’99

Roberta Cronin Keefe ’61 *

Margaret Burke Lee ’63 *

Margaret E. Martin ’72 *

Daniel and Mary Haynes P’18 *

Marie Grady Keegan ’52 *

Anne Crowley Leete ’74 † *

Anne Marie L. Martineau ’75

Gertrude Racicot Healy ’61 *

Maria del Carmen Murua

Anne Marie Lemelin Leofanti ’69 *

Jacqueline McLean Martino ’86

Anna M. Leonard

Marilyn J. Martinyak ’70 *

Hawthorne ’71 *

Susan Kelley Hebert ’57 *

Keilhauer ’60 *

Martha Murawski Helkey ’82

Anmarie Manning Kelleher ’75 *

Maura Breen Leonard ’58

Patricia Ryan Maslen ’71 *

Denis Helm

Jane Kelley ’63 *

Esther D. Leonelli ’70

Kenneth Mason

Gary Hemmingstad

Judith Barrett Kelley ’63 *

Scott Lerner *

Susan Cassidy Mason ’63 *

† Deceased,* Billiart Society (3 or more consecutive years of giving), P=Parent, G=Graduate Degree

Meredith A. Mason-Crowley ’78 *

Peter F. Merenda

Virginia Foley Noyes ’54

Lorraine E. Raleigh ’71

Anita Giardullo Massie ’61 *

Carolyn Selleck Metivier ’88

Martha McDonough O’Brien ’67 *

Jean Andrewartha Ray ’75 *

Mastropaolo Builders, Inc.

Joyce Krysiak Meyer ’67

Mary Bevilacqua O’Brien ’65 *

Sr. Susan A. Raymo, SNDdeN ’69

Rosarie Mastropaolo

Mary Anne Miceli ’71

Patricia Wood O’Brien ’74 *

Jeanne Reed ’76 *

Margaret R. Maurukas ’16

Claudia Lemay Michael ’74 *

Carol A. O’Connell ’97 *

Judith Manera Refrigeri ’72 *

Thomas Mullen and

Sr. Elizabeth L. Michaels,

Louise Brodeur O’Connell ’65 *

Eulalie Morris Regan ’49 *

Laura Smith O’Connor ’88 *

Frances Glynn Resca ’60 *

Susan Mavrinac *

SNDdeN ’46

Elaine Mazzaglia Mawhinney ’58

Mary Ellen Wickstrom Michalak ’79

Mary Harkins O’Connor ’63

Marianne E. Ricci ’72 *

Barbara L. Mawn ’70 *

Suzanne Noyes Milando ’99

Brynn E. O’Donnell ’11 *

Elizabeth Monahan Rice

Mary Whalen Maxwell ’69

Barbara G. Miletta ’62

Joan Keefe O’Donnell ’58 *

Stasia Kolodziej Richardson ’74 *

Carol Gorman McA’Nulty ’50 *

Geraldine Lambert Molloy ’56 *

Virginia Moore O’Grady ’45 *

Mona McQuade Ridge ’68

Janet Nicosia McAllister ’65 *

Martin J. Molloy †

Helen Sorensen O’Keefe ’63

Brieean Riley ’03

Sr. Jane McAndrews, SNDdeN ’63

Elizabeth A. Moloney ’60 *

Susan Hatch O’Leary ’62 *

Carole Morris Ringer ’65 *

Ronald and Maureen

Mary Concannon Montali ’64 *

Barbara Bonier O’Neil ’60 *

Cathleen Ristaino

Edward Montemagni

Karen Oates

Joan Daly Ritterbusch ’69 *

Linda J. McCarriston ’65 *

Patricia Niedermeier Moran ’68 *

Carol Kowalczyk Oliver ’69

Christine Crotty Rizzitano ’84

Catherine Toohig McCarthy ’50 *

Susan P. Moran ’72

Virginia Gray Oliver ’59 *

Sandra Meldonian Robichaud ’70

Estelle Donahue McCarthy ’67 *

Noreen McDermott Moreschi ’67 *

Robert Orcutt

Gordon and Melinda

Margaret T. McCarthy ’86 *

Janet Unis Moriarty ’62 *

Louise Schuler Oviatt ’65 *

Mary Ann McCarthy ’77 *

Elizabeth J. Morris ’69

Elizabeth Teixeira Owen ’04

June Galvin Robinson ’63

Sheila M. McCarthy ’63

Jacqueline Foster Morris ’59 *

Carol Kelley Pacheco ’70 *

Marylou Robinson ’72 *

Sheila A. McClorey ’98 *

Patricia Shea Morris ’67 *

Deborah Hayn Paine-Motyl ’84

James J. Roche ’96

Jane McCloskey-Ritz ’73

Sr. Ann E. Morrison, SNDdeN ’63 *

David Palumbo

Donna Sims Rodack ’74 *

Nancy L. McCone ’85 *

Kelly A. Morrison ’09

Thomas and Shelley

Carol Delaney Looney Roden ’60 *

Michael and Kate McDonagh P’20

Roseann LoBue Morrison ’74 *

Elizabeth Roque McDonald ’65 *

Elizabeth Connor Morse ’66 *

Leonora Verdoni Pappas ’60

Jacqueline M. Rolnick ’72 *

Joan Gaffny McDonald ’51 *

Mary Moriarty Moynahan ’61 † *

Donna Connolly Parrish ’69

Maria Bernardo Rondeau ’66

Kelly McDonald

Eleanor Breen Moynihan ’59 *

Marian Rabuczewski Pasquale ’71 *

Anne R. Rourke ’61 *

Phyllis Riley McDonough ’67

Andrew P. Moyseowicz ’11

Justina Delaurentis Pedante ’70

Gail Stegmaier Rousseau ’89

Anne P. McGaugh ’60 *

Margaret Hogan Mullen ’63 *

Nelsy Holmes Peppler ’96

Christine Ehrlich Rowan ’73 *

Carol LaVigne McGill ’52 *

Eileen Aherne Muller ’75

Kathleen Hunt Phair ’69 *

Elayna Rubens

Kerry A. McGill ’80 *

Marie Mulvihill *

Mary Beth Phair ’72 *

Mary Camden Rudolph ’63 *

Eleanor Roberts McGonagle ’71

Barbara Banaghan Murphy ’60

Mary Blood Phelan ’53

Catherine Ruley Condon ’82

Maureen McHallam

Jane M. Murphy ’77 *

Kathleen A. Philipp ’71 *

Claudia J. Russell ’77 *

Joan Murphy ’80 *

Barbara A. Pickett ’73 *

Jacqueline Fisher Ryan ’87

Alice Cormier McGrail ’90 *

Joanne Cannon Murphy ’58 *

Catherine Ward Pickett ’66 *

Mary Ryan, RPH ’82 *

Sarah Secord McGrath ’70 *

Marie Murphy ’69

Mary Lou Gallagher Pieczarka ’69

Mary Ann Collins Ryan ’72 *

Claire L. McGuire ’74

Maureen A. Murphy ’60 *

Lynn Hodges Pierog ’96

Emma Ryder ’15 *

Catherine M. McKay *

Virginia Connors Murphy ’50 *

Rosemary Dunn Piper ’63 *

Paul F. Salipante

Martha Barry McKenna ’71 *

Mary Leonard Murray ’43 *

Martha Flynn Pleshaw ’65 *

Kathleen A. Salisbury ’70

Jane E. McKeon ’73

Mary Marino Murray ’69 *

Jean Charron Poce ’54 *

Christine Sample *

Kevin J. McKeon *

Marilyn Kane Murren ’66 *

Dianne Polizzi ’75

Nicole Grenon Samson ’02

Travis J. McKinney ’06

Daniel Muse and Anne

Claire L. Pollard ’72 *

Antoinette Sandonato ’81 *

Mary Elizabeth Pope *

John and Claire Sanford ’69 *

McCaffrey ’61 *

McGonagle ’79 *

Margaret M. McKinnon ’81 *

McLean-Muse P’07

Pangonis P’16 *

Robinson P’97 *

Raymond D. Rogers

Helen Murphy McLaughlin ’54 *

Judith Kelso Nass ’57 *

Kathryn Tonnes Poremski ’71

Caitlin M. Santacroce ’09 *

Patricia Monahan McLaughlin ’53

National Business

Marcia Comeau Porter ’75

Patricia Sullivan Sargent ’59

Lois E. Poule ’65 *

Deborah Sasso-Flanagan ’80

Irene McLaughlin Ballantine ’67 *

Officers Association

Linda Kenny McMillen ’69 *

Heidi Nelson

Mary Ellen O’Brien Powers ’62 *

Mary P. Schichtel ’02 *

Marie Fournier McNamara ’60 *

Mary Jane Kilmartin Newbert ’73 *

James Price

Barbara Bernardi Schindler ’60 *

Kathleen Kunz McQueeney ’65 *

Ann Champa Newland ’58 *

Anne Babineau Puricelli ’74 *

Carmela Forgione Schipani ’51 *

James J. McSweeney ’79

Ginny Newton ’58 *

Carolyn Swan Purtell ’59

Elaine Power Schneider ’65 *

Genevieve Coppa Meegan ’72 *

Rita Nicholaides ’14

Sandra Quaye P’19 *

Mary Caserta Scholz ’65 *

Joy Duci Mele ’71 *

Diane Pawley Nielsen ’57 *

Ann Higgins Quinn ’75

Susan Lantagne Schranze ’75

Carol Brugman Melley ’58

Carolyn McNally Noering ’64 *

Jean Donovan Quinn ’48

Karen J. Schroeder ’67

Manuel and Maryann Mercier P’21

Patricia Toomey Norton ’87 *

R.C. Lanfond Insurance Agency

Evelyn McLaughlin Scibelli ’70 *

Listings reflect gifts made between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019.



Reportof Giving Mark and Tracy Sendrick P’20 Susan Barry Seseske ’74 * Kathleen Schlichte Sestak ’45 * Alba Sgambellone * Mary Peckham Shalgian ’69 * Judith Gleason Shank ’71 Edwina P. Shannon ’77 * Margaret Post Sharry ’50 * Diane Shea * Frances Flanagan Shea ’69 * M. Eileen Hurley Shea ’69 Maureen M. Shea ’65 * Ann Levis Shedd ’49 Eileen Shaffery Shedd ’69 * Michael R. Sheldon P’11 * Patricia Picard Short ’70 * Patricia Mojcher Sidlovsky ’71 * Margaret O’Leary Silva ’69 Barbara Callahan Simpson ’65 * Jean Callahan Singer ’72 * Sr. Helen Singleton, SNDdeN ’63 * Edward and Jo Ann Skey P’19 Edward K. Sliney Evelyn Rocco Small ’59 Dana Smiley Carol Melanson Smith ’60 * Catherine Tucker Smith ’65 * Catherine M. Smith Dena Cassiani Smith ’58 * Calvin and Dianthe Smith Lynn Billingkoff Smith ’85 Marjorie Smith Keir McCormack H. Spellman ’09 Joanne Wall Spillane ’64 * Theresa S. Spinosa ’74 * Mary E. Splaine ’69 * Mary O’Brien Spokis ’73 Elizabeth Mulligan Stafford ’77 Sheila Donovan Standring ’58 * Mary Burke Starratt ’60 * Pauline Morris Stathis ’63 Patricia Ballou Staudinger ’48 Charles H. Steeger Jeanne Cahill Steiner ’67 * Janice McCutcheon Stelljes ’69 Katherine Olberg Sternbach ’69 * Maryellen LeGrow Stone ’78 * Laura Zirpolo Stout ’88 * Catherine Gorman Stuart ’80 Dorothy Dockett Stumpf ’59 John Suitor and Gail Follett-Suitor P’22 Ann F. Sullivan ’68 Eleanor Porter Sullivan ’47 Lois E. Sullivan ’67 *

Naomi Rousseau Sullivan ’62 *

Michele Gill Tycz ’91 *

Mary Corwin White ’66

Irene Urbanowicz Surette ’69

Linda M. Urbon ’71 *

Richard J. White

Lavonne White Suwalski ’68

Deborah Wood Utrata ’76 *

Thomas I. White

Kathleen Martin Swann ’70 *

Virginia R. Valeri ’41 *

Dorothy Hughes Wieber ’55 *

Paula Cundari Swirbalus ’60 *

Joanne Murphy Valeriani ’59 *

Patricia McKenna Wieczerzak ’81

Charlene Untiet Switz ’70

Lucia Ficco Valerio ’53 *

Williston Northampton School

Elizabeth J. Taparowsky ’76 *

Mary Bernard Vallee ’86 *

Marilyn Burnes Wilsey ’67 *

Maria E. Tarullo ’72 *

Judith Kovatch Vallot ’81

Allen J. Wilson ’98 *

Deborah Mourikis Tasoulas ’79 *

Mary Leen Vera ’66

Colette Wilson-Ali ’01 *

Kathleen Thoma

Karen O’Connell Vergoni ’70

Elizabeth Murphy Wirth ’71 *

Carol A. Thomas ’63 *

Jeannine Houle Vigerust ’59 *

Rosemary Risio Wissing ’69 *

Sr. Susan Thornell, SNDdeN ’70 *

Yvette Richard Vinson ’64 *

Alex and Yin Wong P’22

Ellen Murray Thornton ’70 *

Iolanda DiCenso Volpe ’76

Dianne Bouley Wood ’68

Christine and Joseph Tierney

Kerrianne Vulpis ’16

Sandra P. Wooldridge ’89

John and Ellen Tighe

Carol Kirby Walker ’57

Mary Moriarty Worden ’49

Patricia R. Tilden ’99 *

Loretta Kontrim Walker ’62 *

Josephine Rinaudo Workman ’65

Rosemary Tipping Timoney ’62 *

Joe and Debbie Walsh

Dorothy Armelle Works ’75 *

Margaret Macmillan Tis ’58 *

Rosemary Lonardo Walsh ’74 *

Jennifer Wall Worley ’92

Patricia M. Tollo ’77 *

Ellen Flaherty Ward ’79

Lily M. Young ’61 *

Donna Eno Tompson ’71

Mary E. Wargo ’72 *

Diana Zakaryan

Julianne M. Toomey-Kautz ’86

Carol Glowacki Wasilewski ’63 *

Kristen Zapata *

Elaine Murphy Tourtelotte ’65 *

Donna Watson-Dillon ’81 *

Denise E. Zelinski ’80

Mary K. Tower ’16

Jay J. Webb

Elizabeth Vena Zschau ’59 *

Anne E. Toye ’65 *

Arthur J. Webster

Pauline A. Zywaski ’62

Josephine D’Agostino

Jane E. Welch ’72

Mary Ellen Reilly Zung ’83

Tramonte ’64 *

Elizabeth Reynolds Welfel ’71

Marie L. Trask ’60 *

Janis E. Wheeler ’94

Martha Leonard Trask ’57 *

Maria Reeves Whelan ’76 *

Frances Kellogg Troutman ’70

Marie Sullivan Whiddon ’63 *

Mary A. Turvey ’70

Carole McInnis White ’54 *

† Deceased,* Billiart Society (3 or more consecutive years of giving), P=Parent, G=Graduate Degree

SUPPORTER ($1–$99)

Claire McCarthy Boland ’85 *

Kathleen Kerrigan Caulfield ’99

Anne M. DeMatteis ’73 *

Ellen Mahoney Bonhote ’61 *

Margaret Fitzpatrick Cavanaugh ’53

Brianna Demorcy ’19

Anonymous (2)

Irene DeStefano Bonner ’69

Mary Ryder Cavanaugh ’58

Ryanne M. Dennis ’08 *

Christina Swain Abbey ’66 *

Leigh-Anne Deschenes ’99

Jennie M. Celona ’60

Verna O. Denny ’01 *

Ellen Bergin Ahearn ’71 *

Kathleen Sernoffsky Bottaro ’72

Br. Ross R. Chamberland ’10

Dorothy Fleming Derosier ’88

Beverly J. Albanese ’81 *

Jean Murphy Boundy ’72 *

Patricia J. Chane ’76

Bernadine Desanges ’12 *

Kathleen Tuohy Aldridge

Mollie Bourne ’19

Susan Reardon Chisholm ’63 †

Jannet Desvira ’19

Cheryl Babineau Alexander ’67 *

Elaine DiVecchio Boyer ’59

Kayla M. Clarke ’16

Molly C. Dever ’09 *

Meredith Alfred ’19

Kaela B. Boykin ’16

Lauretta Moore Cloherty ’57 *

Annemarie Dewey ’66

Karen Kelly Al-Kinani ’72 *

Gayle S. Bradbury ’69

Barbara Ascolese Cocca ’76 *

Carol Scotton DeYeso ’57

Diane Mazzaglia Allen ’71

Samantha Biederman Bradley ’03

Teresa Divito Cogliano ’56 *

Aida di Loreto di Pasquale ’61

Angela Dello Russo Allen ’69 *

Ryan P. Brady ’14

M. Julie Coleman-Burns ’71 *

Erin Tracy DiGuardia ’08 *

William A. Allen ’00

Margaret-Mary Dailey Bramley ’71 *

Janine E. Collymore ’94

Anne M. DiSarcina ’92

Mary Louise Amrhein ’68

Nacy R. Brandao ’12

Jordan C. Colon ’13

Doris T. DiTullio ’56 *

Casey Anasoulis ’19

Brenda Hegarty Breen ’61

Patricia A. Compagnone-Post ’79 *

Eileen Flynn Diverio ’49 *

Collette LeBlanc Anderson ’66 *

Susan Brennan ’67

Anne Cooke Conlon ’66

David J. Dockstader ’95 *

Ellen Brennan Anderson ’68 *

Madison Brennan ’19

Sr. Lorraine M. Connell, SNDdeN ’74

Cecilia Cundari Doherty ’76, P’07

Zachary T. Antonio ’16

Elizabeth Breen Breton ’51

Elizabeth W. Connor-Hayes ’77

Kathryn J. Dohoney ’65 *

Karen Rioles Arebuckle ’78

Ryan Brewer *

Margaret E. Connors ’73, G’90 *

Brian J. Dolan ’10

Bernadette Dateo Argenti ’65 *

Jane Sheridan Briscoe *

Cynthia Conwell ’70 *

Margaret McAnulty Donaghue ’50 *

Barbara Jones Armistead ’45 †

Ann Lynch Britt ’54 *

Susan Armstrong Cooke ’67 *

Ruth A. Donahue ’74

Christina Ascolillo ’17 *

Kelly J. Brochu ’12 *

Laura Correa-Franco ’19

Ellen O’Shea Donahue ’61 *

Nina L. Ata ’05

Johanne P. Brogna ’61 *

Francisco Correia ’14 *

Charlene Gough Dondis ’67 *

Janet M. Atkinson ’65

Carol Mori Brook ’69 *

Nancy M. Corriveau ’83 *

Joan Kectic Donovan ’63 *

Janet DiGregorio Aucello ’65 *

Rosemary McCrohan Brooks ’67 *

Palma L. Cortese ’71 *

James J. Dowd ’11 *

M. Laura D’Aloisio Augart ’61

Susan Browne ’70

Susan Langa Cosgrove ’66 *

Rachael Downey ’19

Alyssa Aughenbaugh ’19

Phyllis Kelso Bryer ’79 *

Megan Costa ’19

Marie Hyland Doyle ’63 *

Linda Ferrera Ausiello ’75 *

Clare Sylvester Buckley ’48 *

John P. Costello ’96

Maureen McLinden Doyle ’69 *

Joan M. Babineau ’70 *

Linda Dolan Buckley ’70

Joseph and Joan Coughlan ’51 *

Joan Collins Drane ’58 *

Clare K. Bachman ’14

Maria Spinale Bunker ’01 *

Mary Canning Coulon ’46

Katherine Drewry ’19

Mary McManus Bagley ’74 *

Lauren Burgess ’12, G’17

Margaret O’Keefe Coupal ’62 *

Catherine Mansfield Drummey ’57 *

Dorothy Harris Bagley ’62 *

Maureen Healey Burke ’68 *

Eileen Connor Courtney ’67 *

Cynthia C. Dube ’71 *

Kristin Lampros Balutis ’02

Sr. Geraldine F. Burns, SNDdeN ’70

Beth Pierce Covino ’84

Elizabeth Lee Duncan ’70 *

Kathleen Frost Banks ’72

Mary Sullivan Burns ’74

Rosalie DeBaggis Crevo ’57

Sally J. Dunn ’71

Carlos E. Barrera G’10 *

Grace Crockett Bush ’60 *

Norine A. Cronin ’54 *

Justine Dombrowski Dunn ’72 *

Anne Johnston Barry ’72 *

Dorothy M. Butler ’78 *

Diane B. Croswell ’03

Kathleen V. Earley ’53 *

Timothy and Paula Barry ’70, P’04 *

Hillary A. Butts ’13

Kathryn Quatrello Cullinan ’67 *

Kathleen R. Eldridge ’71 *

Kristen C. Barry ’04

Kathleen Stapleton Byrne ’75 *

Madeline Hanlon Cunniff ’60

Priscilla O’Connor Elliott ’70

Diane Forlani Barsotti ’78 *

Nancy F. Byron ’83

Jane Shea Cuoco ’65 *

Margaret Curran Elson ’65 *

Mary L. Bartley ’94 *

Marie McLeavey Cacciola ’68 *

Julia Curiale ’19

Joan Mullen Enriquez ’60 *

Francesca Battiato ’19

Linda Durgin Callahan ’65 *

Anne Marie Cussen ’56

Catherine Lally Erickson ’75

Erin Dalianis Beauregard ’07

Nancy Cornaglia Callahan ’69

Cheryl Bumpus Daily ’75

Donna Price Estes ’75 *

Joan Costello Bedford ’58 *

Daniel P. Campagna ’07 *

Jennifer Gomes D’Alessio ’88

Carol Giarrusso Evans ’70

Michael and Mary Frances

Katherine N. Campbell ’16

Mary-Lynda Sousa Daley ’70 *

Joan Toomey Farmer ’72

Elisa Cantito ’17

Catherine Colman Daley ’51 *

Sr. Mary M. Farren, SNDdeN ’69 *

Maureen Fitzgerald Bennani ’67 *

Ariana L. Cardillo ’16

Mildred E. Daley ’74

Mary A. Faunce ’97

Eleanor Rogan Bent ’58

Christine M. Carosella ’92 *

Melissa E. Daley ’88

Alice M. Fellows ’55 *

Joanne Swymer Berger ’65 *

Teresa B. Carrera-Hanley ’70

Terese Sullivan Daly ’80

Mary Finneran Fenzel ’74

Emily Kuhlman Bernier ’07

Irma Crocetti Carter ’57 *

Regina Shiels Davis ’74

Kathleen McCarthy Ferreira ’68 *

Julianne D. Biagioli ’11

Joanne Caruso ’80 *

Carolyn Curry Dayton ’59 *

Lee Hackett Ferris ’76 *

Samantha E. Bissell ’15 *

Joyce M. Caruso ’75

Suzanne Hart Deedy ’58

Mary O’Driscoll Ferro ’64

Eleanor C. Biviano ’69

Mary Louise Powers Casavant ’63 *

Kathleen Donovan DeFeo ’66 *

Jeffrey R. Fisher ’08

Patricia Halmkin Bjork ’77

Rozalia Bobrowski Case ’72 *

Christine Busi DeGiacomo ’88

Carolyn Sullivan Fitzgerald ’61 *

Regan Blanchard ’19

Shamara Castillo ’19

Sheila Tuohy Delany ’69 *

Joanne Aikins Fitzgerald ’72

Julia Blois ’19

Theresa Cocca Catino ’84

Sandra Dotalo DelMonte ’63

Judith A. Fitzpatrick ’69 *

Bellia ’61 *

Listings reflect gifts made between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019.



Reportof Giving Sandra E. Fiumefreddo ’77

Clare J. Hanley ’53

Marianne E. Keohan ’64

Louise Murphy Maguire ’62

Alicia Cushing Flaherty ’57 *

Janet Buckley Hanley ’66 *

Kathleen M. Keough ’65

Bryan C. Mahoney G’10

Christopher R. Flanagan ’10 *

Mary King Hanna ’58 *

Ann Lynes Killoran ’57

Ann M. Mahoney ’72 *

Kaitlyn J. Foley ’04

Maureen Palmer Hanrahan ’60 *

Marie Gibson Klebacher ’97

Francine Russo Maiorana ’69

Amanda E. Fontaine ’04

Philomena Hare ’72 *

Kimberlee Klebacher ’19

Anita Sellew Mamoun ’72 *

Helene G. Fortier ’74 *

Charmaine R. Harkins ’83

Carol A. Klein ’60 *

Francesca Mantone ’19

Leslie Lopes Foster ’77

Jean Tutelian Harr ’74

Theresa Dobrowolski Klim ’57 *

Agnes Bagley Marchetti ’47

Debra Diffin Fox ’75 *

Mae Harrington ’19

Sarah Knight ’19

Joseph Maresco ’19

Kelly A. Fox ’86 *

Sarah Walker Harris ’67 *

Agatha Sicari Kraus ’54 *

Heather Marie ’97

Marie Gallivan Fox ’66

Cheryl Britt Harris ’00

Michael D. Krupa ’14

Krysta J. Marinelli ’16

Lila Hibbard Foye ’71

Kathleen McNulty Hart ’63 *

Joan Petit Krzewick ’59

Jason Marinko G’11 *

Ruth Burke Franconeri ’70 *

Benjamin Hartig-Orr ’19

Barbara M. Kuzdzol ’66 *

Patricia Donahue Martin ’65 *

Judith Reynolds Freelander ’66

Mary Brawley Hatch ’65 *

Georgia Sullivan Lafortune ’61

Pauline Provencher Martineau ’76 *

Mary Ann Howarth French ’73

Joan Cormier Hayes ’60 *

Anna Ang Lam ’07

Elizabeth DeGiovanni Martinson ’70

Sr. Mary E. Friel, SNDdeN ’60 *

Diane Riendeau Heefner ’69

Clare Donnelly LaMorte ’95

Susan Hayes Masters ’70

Ruth Furman ’71 *

Ellen Coughlin Higgins ’71 *

Mary E. Lance ’72 *

Pamela Quinlan Mateu Walsh ’68 *

Gail Chapman Gabriele ’65

Elaine Carroll Hines ’68 *

Gloria L. Landahl ’73 *

Patricia Bergin Matthews ’63 *

Denise A. Gagnon ’70 *

Jean DeYeso Hobin ’62 *

Meghan Larkin ’19

Elizabeth A. May ’10

Alice Driscoll Gately ’70 *

Regina L. Hoell ’03

Ann Tierney Latson ’70

Adeola Disu Mbaneme ’10

Patricia Coyle Gay ’88

Kathleen Finegan Holcombe ’68 *

Jane O’Donnell Lawless ’66

Adorah T. Mbomi ’66

Suzanne Doherty Gelinas ’58 *

Laurel Holland ’81

Ms. Tina Le ’19

Paula McCallum ’89

Mary Lou Carter Gentz ’69 *

Melisa White Holzman ’02

Jane Welch Leard ’69

Mary McManus McCarthy ’57

Jacqueline McSweeney Gerety ’57

Samuel F. Hopperstad ’11

Laura LeBlanc ’90 *

Susan A. McCloskey ’63

Marilyn Sims German ’71 *

Gail-Ann O’Brien Houlahan ’64,

Diane Rizy L’Ecuyer ’68

Patricia McCormack ’76

Joanne Keating LeDuc ’57 † *

Joanne Ryan McCormack ’52

Dorothy Bernardi Getty ’57 *

G’89 *

Carol A. Ghiloni ’78

Joy Houlder ’19

Sheila Connors LeDuc ’69

Claire Magee McCoy ’48

Margaret Pease Giaramita ’84

Anne Cunnane Hughes ’63 *

Margaret Fraher LeGendre ’71 *

Mary Stanford McCulley ’70 *

Nancy M. Gibbons ’79

Ryan J. Hunt ’08

Geraldine Graham Legere ’67

Mary Dehler McCusker ’80 *

Christine Jean Gibney ’74 *

Michelle Dudley Hunt ’09

Eleanor Donovan Leonard ’55

Phyllis Guild McDevitt ’51 *

Elaine Gibson ’76

Marie Huppuch ’84

S. Frances Kelley Levin ’62 *

Cecilia A. McDonnell ’63

Diane Viera Giggey ’67

Mary Jane Bush Hurley ’62

Mary E. Levine ’91

Mary Taylor McDonnell ’65 *

Valerie B. Gigliotti ’70

Alison M. Hurney ’09, G’14

Mary Thorpe Lewis ’42 *

Mary Mahoney McDonough ’53 *

Margaret Gilboy ’12

Mary Crosby Jackson ’52

Lorraine Meuse Lewis ’73 *

Susan A. McDonough ’00 *

Catherine Felder Gildae ’96

Elaine McNamara Jastrem ’68 *

Kristine Muller Liddell ’89, P’19

Joyce McDonnell McDonough ’67 *

Elaine Fogel Gilmore ’53

Russell Jensen ’19

Cynthia Chadwick Linkas ’69

Martha McGowan McDonough ’57 *

Suzanne Marie Giroux ’75

Patricia Moore Johnson ’46

Emily Phelan Listro ’62

Mary O’Connor McElwee ’68 *

Marguerite Buchanan Glynn ’52 *

Sr. Mary Johnson, SNDdeN ’79 *

Barbara M. Loftus ’67 *

Mary Lou McGinn ’83 *

Jane O’Neil Gomes ’79 *

Christine Anderson Kamerik ’69 *

Mark S. Logan, Jr. ’08

Abigail McGovern ’19

Catherine Woods Goodwin ’83 *

Patricia Kanelos ’13

Joyce A. Lonergan ’84 *

Joanne M. McGrath ’65 *

Pauline Burzenski Gosselin ’65

MacKenzie Katz ’18

Susan Longobucco-Hynes ’85 *

Elise Delaney McHugh ’99 *

Patricia Curran Gozemba ’62

Louise Colagiovanni Kazanjian ’65 *

Marjorie Holland Lothrop ’64 *

Sr. Evelyn McKenna, SNDdeN ’68 *

Virginia Devlin Grammer ’53 *

Laura L. Kazanjian ’08

Christine M. Lucey-Meagher ’75

Carol DiZoglio McKeon ’60

Anne Norton Grason ’66

Maura Connolly Kazorek ’94 *

Elizabeth Gowell Lupi ’64 *

Louise McDonald McLaughlin ’58 *

Mary Ann Testa Gravallese ’48 *

Patricia Quinn Keeley ’58 *

Claire Billings Lynch ’46 †

Hayley McLeod ’19

Betty Jane Wokanovicz

Marion F. Keen ’64

Jeanne M. Lynch ’75

Thomas McMahon ’19

Emily C. Keily ’02

Jacqueline M. Lynch ’66

Mary White McNamara ’51 *

Joan Bulger Griffin ’63

Marie C. Kelley ’63 *

Margaret Devereux Lynn ’59 *

Jessie Kurcewicz McNulty ’65 *

Mary Jo Leary Grubbs ’75 *

Sr. Raymond Loretta Kelley,

Sr. Julie Cecilia Lyver, SNDdeN ’61

F. Stephen Meehan ’93

Virginia Duperre Maccaferri ’68

Jill M. Meleedy ’11 *

Greaney ’68 *

Eleanor Stec Gualtieri ’69 *

SNDdeN ’51 *

Kiley J. Guerrier ’16

Marjorie Carr Kelley ’51

Lisa K. MacDonald-Devine ’93

Camila Mera ’19

Anthony Guglielmino ’19

Janice Walsh Kelly ’71

Jeanne Mulcahey MacEachern ’71 *

Denise M. Merullo ’77 *

Kathleen Kelley Haffner ’94 *

Cheryl Murray Kelly ’75 *

Mary Sullivan Mack ’58 *

Barbara Curcio Minichiello ’65 †

Catherine Noon Haley ’56 *

Elaine O’Brien Kelly ’76 *

Kevin MacKenzie ’19

Barbara Hyduk Mishkin

Lynn Theroux Hall ’66 *

Patricia O’Reilly Kennedy ’56 *

Marjorie Hamilton MacNeil ’53

Joan E. Mitchell ’85

Deborah Hobin Hall ’73

Mary Quinn Kenney ’67 *

Marilyn Mishley Maglio ’69 *

Maura L. Mooney ’08

† Deceased,* Billiart Society (3 or more consecutive years of giving), P=Parent, G=Graduate Degree

“Emmanuel’s values of justice, truth and respect have inspired me throughout the arc of my career. They are especially vital to my current work as an attorney addressing complex ethical issues in elder care.” SETH URBANOSKI ’09 Associate Attorney at Seegel Lipshutz & Lo, LLP, Boston; Member, Emmanuel College Alumni Association Board of Directors

Elinor Bowes Morency ’61

Barbara Dahl Nihen ’96 *

Marcia Olson ’79 and John Baglole *

Elizabeth Pastorello Morin ’81

Amanda L. Nix ’10

Mary Fitzgerald O’Mara ’51

Katherine Creen Morocco ’67

Kathleen Noddin ’06

Karen F. O’Meara-Pullen ’69

Paula J. Morris ’06

Anne-Marie Martowski Nolan ’72 *

Corinne Neves O’Neil ’53 *

Patricia Vozzella Morrison ’60 *

Krystle L. North ’09

Elizabeth H. O’Neil ’16

Carmella M. Morteo ’76

Kathleen Scallion Northrop ’72 *

Pamela M. Oppelt ’93 *

Margaret Allen Moughan ’63

Patricia Coen Norton ’72

Joanne Quinn Osborne ’81

Mary O’Leary Moynihan ’67 *

Suzanne Sweeney Oates ’59 *

Mary Harney Osgood ’71 *

Elaine Muldowney ’68

Louise Joyal O’Brien ’60

Claire Reiss O’Toole ’47 *

Janet Hufnagel Muri ’71

Margaret Corcoran O’Brien ’59 *

Bonnie Stinson Owen ’72 *

Anne Pollard Murphy ’72 *

Emily O’Brien ’18

Kathleen Kelley Padis ’72 *

Samantha L. Doyle ’12

Ann Thomas O’Brien ’58 *

William C. Palladino *

Ann McCarthy Murphy ’69 *

Marilyn Coyne O’Brien ’58

Mary Ann Devita Palmieri ’60 *

Mary Hatten Murray ’66

Joan Sprague O’Brien ’58

Charlotte L. Papa ’08

Stephanie LaRoche Musial ’96

Roseanne Bowen O’Connell ’67

Tina Parsons-Lightner ’01 *

Anna Muti ’96 *

Dorothea Conway O’Connell ’63 *

Martha Donahue Patton ’60 *

Robert and Patricia Mytkowicz ’71 *

Sr. Bridget Therese O’Connor,

Elaine Benoit Peckham ’69

Lorraine Lynch Nagy ’71 *

SNDdeN ’68

Emily Snow Peel ’56 *

Sr. Sandra M. Napier, SNDdeN ’64

Mary Doyle O’Connor ’69 *

Claire L. Pelletier ’55

Mary E. Natale ’90

Jacqueline Powers O’Dwyer ’82

Glenn M. Penna ’01

Sr. Margaret P. Nawn, SNDdeN ’63

Roswitha Wefers O’Hara ’75 *

Ann C. Penta ’63 *

Tully Nicholas ’09

Lois Lauria O’Leary ’76

Claire A. Peront ’71 *

Mary Fanning Nichols ’53

Shirley Sampson O’Leary ’59 *

Lindsay K. Perreault ’12

Clara Perdigao Nicolas ’59

Mary Magee O’Leary ’55

Colleen Perry ’19

Joan Papa Nicosia ’63 *

Joseph C. Oliver ’09

Deanne Abbadessa Pescatore ’66 * Susan M. Peterson ’82 * Kristyn J. Pettinato ’09 Nita L. Pigo-Cronin ’55 * Simon F. Pilecki ’14 Kirsten R. Piotrowski ’16 M. Bernadette Seales Poole-Tracy ’59 Victoria Thomas Poppe ’70 Tana Jenkins Portal ’94 Barbara Ziomek Pothier ’58 * Kathleen Powers ’63 Deborah Powers ’08, G’15 Nancy Birt Pratt ’69 Joan H. Pratt Diane G. Prentiss ’83 Shirley Qiu ’19 Donna Chartier Quinn ’67 Sylvia Quintanilla-Mikan ’73 * Sharon E. Rabbitt ’75 Anne Lauria Rand ’73 * Caylin J. Rauch ’16 Carol Turner Rauseo ’68 Theresa Gulinello Raymond ’75 * Kathleen Roake Raywood ’76 * Vita Clemente Reagan ’55 * Sr. Mary Reardon, SNDdeN ’69 Gloria Freni Reed ’47 Cassandra L. Reis ’09 Serghino René ’05 Barbara Secor Renzi ’67

Listings reflect gifts made between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019.



Reportof Giving Julie P. Reyburn ’91 Sarah LeBlanc Reynolds ’03 * Sarah E. Ribeiro ’13 Mary Ellen Waldron Rigano ’64 Melissa Campbell Riley ’75 * Elizabeth Rioux ’14 * Daniel Rizzo, Jr. ’01 Anne Drinkwater Roberts ’63 Norine Forrest Robinson ’57 Maureen A. Rocks ’65 * Norma Coggeshall Roderiques ’73 * Elizabeth Buckley Rodriguez ’64 * Mary K. Roffey ’17 Barbara Potkay Rommelfanger ’67

“Donors made it possible for me to attend Emmanuel. Their generous support of scholarships empowered me to learn as much as I could in the classroom and then apply it for the greater good.”

Christopher Rosario ’19

CHRISTINA ASCOLILLO ’17 Legislative Director, Commonwealth of Massachusetts; Member, Emmanuel College Alumni Association Board of Directors

Susan A. Rose ’82 * Danielle S. Rose ’16 Donna L. Rosenbauer ’58 * Ann and Laurence Rosenberg * Catherine Berlinghieri Rossi ’63 Kondeleye C. Ross-Johnson ’14 Ruth H. Roy ’73 Claudette Bedard Russell ’65 * Dolores A. Ruzicka ’71 Ellen Woods Ryan ’78 Stefano J. Sainato ’16 Diane Herrick Saltzberg ’63 Caroline Perry Salvatore ’55 *

Meghann E. Soby ’16

Janet McGrath Sayles ’66 *

Sharon Lovely-Hart Taubert ’01 *

Andrea Quintiliani Wang ’76 *

Maria Moscardini Sorrentino ’56 *

Samantha M. Scarf ’11

Colleen Taylor ’91

Virginia Devlin Ward ’45

Rita Cacchiotti Sorrento ’59 *

Mary Ellen Murray Schena ’63 *

Carol L. Timberlake ’00

Pamela F. Waring ’68 *

Jane A. Southworth ’69 *

Joan O’Donnell Schmelzer ’58 *

Eric Tobin ’06

Louise Kelly Warren ’83

Anthony Springthorpe ’19

Jessica L. Schwinn ’19

June Kelleher Tomaiolo ’67

Carolyn Jean Dupuy Webb ’68 *

Amedia Cattani St. Andre ’48 *

Marilyn Altieri Scimone ’83 *

Ellen C. Toomey-Mathews ’88 *

Barbara Haley Wefers G’78

Barbara Cawley St. Pierre ’74 *

Joan E. Scollins ’52 *

Anne Tortorici ’95

Fran Conway Welch ’53 *

Mary Ann Waldron Staudter ’70

Mary Louise Luby Seaver ’50 *

Gina D. Tremaglio ’15

Eleanor Mulcahy Wessling ’47 *

Mary Bonner Stoloff ’73

Michael Semizoglou ’10

Nancy Coughlin Tucker ’58 *

Janea S. West ’14

Kimberly A. Komosky ’02

Madeline Andujar Serrano ’72 *

Kathleen Tucker Gustafson ’69

Rita Sharry White ’40 *

Sandra Capriulo Strong ’83

Mary Hession Sewall ’57

Lauren E. Twardy ’09

Jane Carolan Whittle ’55 *

Kathleen Kelly Strotman ’73 *

Dorothy H. Shanahan-Roberge ’07 *

Ellen Lawler Ugi ’66 *

Eunice B. Williamson ’90

Katherine Roy Suffredini ’70

Pauline Walsh Sheehan ’54

Katherine A. Valeri ’09

Cynthia Place Wilson ’66

Nancy Dearden Sullivan ’62

Maureen Murray Sheehan ’68 *

Linda Sheehan Valeska-Gower ’69

Jean Hays Wilson ’50

Aelish Sullivan ’14

Mary Shelow ’19

M. Jane Trayers Valin ’66 *

Elinor Reilly Wimmer ’52 *

Helen M. Sullivan ’89

Jeanette Shields ’66 *

Morgan J. Van Lingen ’16 *

Phyllis Risman Winer ’88

Catherine M. Sullivan ’71

Jo Anne M. Shire-Vitale ’81

Bridget Vasques ’19

Mary McLellan Winkelmes ’49

Donna M. Sullivan ’82 *

Maureen O’Hara Shupe ’66

Niurka S. Vasquez ’89

Valerie LaCroix Wolf ’65 *

Katherine McKiernan Sullivan ’52 *

Lori Sullivan Simmons G’09, G’12

Mariah Vega ’19

Mary H. Wood ’95

Maryelaine Houseman

Maureen Crook Vinson ’65

Vicky Puiying Yan ’04

Lea Viola ’17

Christine Yandow ’09

Alexandra Simpson ’19

Sullivan ’70 *

Jerrolyn Lee Simpson ’87

Barbara Langelier Sullivan ’50 *

Kathleen Dunphy Skala ’65 *

Mary-Lou Callahan Von Euw ’78

Maureen Connelly Yourell ’82 *

Mary E. Sullivan ’65 *

Arlene Lee Smith ’69

Hieu M. Vu ’04

Frances Jaworski Zaleski ’65 *

Paula Cornilovich Sutherland ’65 *

Adam P. Smith ’08

Lindsey Walsh ’19

Diana Gagnon Zeller ’90

Carol F. Sweeney ’95

Maryalice Paroby Smith ’79

Janet Dechayne Walsh ’60 *

Molly M. Zuccarini ’08

Janet Piekutowski Tanner ’73 *

Mary Lou Chase Smith ’65 *

Marilyn McDonough Walsh ’71 *

Jesse G. Tannetta ’11

Jessica Wang ’19

Denise K. Snow-Williams ’85 † Deceased,* Billiart Society (3 or more consecutive years of giving), P=Parent, G=Graduate Degree

SCHOLARSHIPS Scholarships provide an important funding source for Emmanuel students. We welcome gifts that establish new funds as well as contributions to existing funds. Gifts were made to the following scholarship funds during the 2018-19 giving year.

Ann Kathryn Kerwin

James and Grace Corcoran

Memorial Scholarship

Endowed Scholarship

Ann Slyngstad Dickson ’63

Janet M. Canty Scholarship

Endowed Scholarship Antonio Cerruti Scholarship Barbara A. Deck Scholarship Dorothy Day Lecture Series Eastern Mediterranean Fund Edmund M. Borges Scientific Equipment Eileen Smolak Mauck Scholarship Elisabeth M. O’Hearn ’47 Endowed Scholarship Elizabeth A. Crowley Scholarship Freda Yosinoff Memorial Scholarship Gabrielle King Scholarship Gillis-Pollock Scholarship Grace LaFauci Taylor ’55 and Sons Endowed Scholarship Horizon Scholarship Fund Hoye-Wallace Scholarship

Listings reflect gifts made between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019.

Jeanne Chiasson Synan Endowed Scholarship Jennifer Baker Jones ’98 Scholarship Juliette Bourgeois Memorial Scholarship Katherine Joyce McNeil Scholarship Kathryn Flaherty Coughlan ’36 Scholarship Marchitelli Summer Research Award Margaret Ann Hoban ’72 Scholarship Margaret Henry Murray ’42 and Halstead Graeme Murray

Mary A. and Cecilia M. Dibella ’67 Scholarship Mary Jo Skayhan Rogers Endowed Scholarship Mary Walsh Williams & Randall Williams Humanities Scholarship Matthew J. Dillon Scholarship Maureen Murphy Wilkens Endowed Scholarship Nancy A. Sawyer Scholarship Nola Della-Monica Endowed Scholarship Peggy Cogan Leahy Scholarship Rose Cafasso Merenda Endowed Scholarship Saints Scholarship Sister Janet Eisner, SNDdeN Scholarship Virginia M. Cahill Scholarship

Endowed Scholarship Marilyn Miller ’70 Summer Science Research




Elizabeth Mulligan Stafford ’77

Alumni and friends can leave a lasting impact as members of the Heritage Society,

Katherine McKiernan Sullivan ’52 *

Eleanor M. Strang ’68 *

Emmanuel’s distinguished legacy circle. By including the College in their estate plans, members honor the power of an Emmanuel education while helping to ensure exceptional learning experiences for future generations of students. For more information, please

Stephen and Genevieve Sweeney ’49 * Jerome and Mary Fran Sweeney ’57 *

visit plannedgiving.emmanuel.edu. Or contact Danielle Kellermann in the Office of

Dorothy DeStefano Taraburelli ’66 *

Development and Alumni Relations at 617-732-1704 or kellermannd@emmanuel.edu.

Joanne Maher Taylor ’51 * Merna A. Therieau ’57 *

Diane Ayache ’63 *

Elaine Fogel Gilmore ’53

Robert and Anne Powderly ’70 *

Joyce Connell Bachman ’62 *

Sheila R. Goggin ’67 *

Floranne Rossetti Reagan ’69 *

Barbara Cammarano Balsama ’57 †

Emily M. Gregory ’54

Catherine Colosi Romano ’52 *

Eileen Barry Banta ’62 *

Claude Haikal Guiney ’82

Joan M. Ryan ’58 *

Kathleen Ambrose Barrett ’76 *

Mary Leonard Halpin ’58 *

M. Andrea Todesca Ryan ’66 *

Sheila Barry-Oliver ’69 and

Leonard F. Hanna

Michael and Mary Gene Ryan ’75

Marjorie V. Hickey ’69 *

Gretel Schneider ’77 *

Augusta Gallagher Baum ’40 *

Mary L. Hogan ’56 *

Karen J. Schroeder ’67

Elizabeth H. Bell ’67 *

Eileen D. Hotte ’72 *

Peter and Elizabeth Seaver ’63 *

Anne M. Belson-Hevner ’64 *

Elaine McNamara Jastrem ’68 *

Maryellen Cullinan Sievert ’63

Marguerite Kiley Benson ’52

Mary Ormond Jensen ’48

Theresa S. Spinosa ’74 *

Torvald Bertinuson

Ellen L. Kelly ’60

Joan Hurley Black ’66

Nancy Kleniewski ’70 and

Paul Oliver *

Carroll Sheridan Bottino ’59

Bill Davis *

Julianne Bova ’71 *

Carol A. Laboissonniere ’72 *

Jean Bresnahan Boyle ’55 *

Marguerite Lessard Lang ’63

Judith Getch Brodman ’64 *

Ann McCarthy Leaver ’74

Susan E. Brown ’92

Catherine Gorman LeFrank ’73

Rosemarie Buckley ’53

Ann Smith Levinson ’70 *

John F. Buoncristiani

Doris Wirtz Louden ’57

Margaret M. Cannon ’53

Rose Irma Lynch ’52

Paula E. Carroll ’72 *

Gail A. MacLean ’65 *

Thomas R. Cass *

Ernestine Benedetti Magher ’67 *

Jeanne Connolly Clancy ’47

Clare M. Mahan ’62

H. Edward Clark

Agnes R. Mahoney ’54

Jane Kennedy Coan ’52 † *

Marietta A. Marchitelli ’56 *

Anita D’Amato Cobb ’64 *

Patricia J. McBride ’78 *

Nancy Mahoney Cohen ’63 *

Elaine M. McCombs ’66

Mary Canning Coulon ’46

Claire Kearney McCorry ’69

Maureen Cronin ’60

Blanche S. McGowan ’65

Ellen Condon Cunningham ’65 *

Suzanne M. McGowan ’58 *

Mary M. Dawley G’86 *

Barbara J. McNeil ’62 *

Lucinda M. De Patto ’69 *

Dorothy McQuillan ’50 *

Trudy Walsh Deane ’54 *

Mary Cannon Michielutti ’58 * †

Patricia Roche Derba ’72 *

Eleanor M. Miller ’70 *

Ann Slyngstad Dickson ’63 *

Joan Mazzio Moore ’57 *

Paula C. Duggan ’69

Julie M. Murray ’66 *

James and Kathleen Elcock *

Jeanne Delude Newton ’66

Kathryn M. Fairbanks ’55 *

Elisabeth M. O’Hearn ’47 *

Mary A. Faunce ’97

Elaine O’Malley ’53 *

Mildred Corcoran Feloney ’55 *

Jean Thivierge Oliva ’57

Kathleen Kiernan Feltz ’64 *

Mary B. Parent ’61 *

Rita B. Garant ’63

Pamela M. Pettinati ’65

Claire M. Gillis ’78 *

Marya K. Pickering ’69

† Deceased,* Billiart Society (3 or more consecutive years of giving), P=Parent, G=Graduate Degree

F. Patricia McKenna Tobin ’72 * Takamura and Akiko Tsunashima P’94 Susan von Daum Tholl Peter and Mary Ann Wall ’62 * Miriam Malone Wallie ’52 * Marie Gillespie Wartolec ’62 * M. Elizabeth White ’69 * Rita Harry White ’40 * Kenna S. Wood ’13 Andrew Yosinoff * Eileen Leary Zewski ’70 *



Organizations with matching-gift programs can double

Support from corporations, foundations and other

or even triple the impact of an employee’s charitable

organizations provides important funding for the College’s

contribution. Some companies match gifts made by

academic programs and new initiatives. Emmanuel is

retirees and/or spouses. To find out if your company

proud to acknowledge philanthropy from the following

maintains a matching gift program, please visit


www.matchinggifts.com/emmanuel. The following list reflects the matching gift companies and foundations as well as the donors who coordinated the matches received from July 1, 2018, through June 30, 2019. The Bank of America Charitable

Foundation Ann E. Canning ’82 * BrightSphere Charitable Foundation Inc. Nimit B. Nathwani ’05 Delta Air Lines Antoinette Sandonato ’81 * DentaQuest Ventures Patricia A. Burns ’96 * Dow Chemical Company Kathleen Cummiskey Fothergill ’71 * ExxonMobil Corporation Edward and Ellen Higgins ’50 * Una Corrigan Mahar ’64 * Allen and Hazel Potvin ’65 * General Electric Company

Mutual of America Marcia Comeau Porter ’75 Pfizer, Inc. Ellen Simpson DeMarinis ’68 *

Aetna Fire Alarm Service Company, Inc. The George I. Alden Trust Alpha Omega Council *

America Mary Ellen Reilly Zung ’83 Raytheon Company Rita M. Fabrizio Susan Phalen Leigher ’81 *

Barbara Lebedzinski Fraterrigo ’64 * Marie Campagna Franklin ’75 * Unum Claire Ramsbottom and Robert Rodecker P’12, P’19 *

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical

Prime Time Sports, Inc.


Management Company *

Brigham & Women’s Hospital

F. L. Putnam Securities Company,

Greater Boston Central Mass Fundamentals Basketball Camp Charles Schwab and Co. Inc. and Subsidiaries * Colantuno Electrical Company, Inc.

Wentworth Institute of Technology

EAB Enrollment Services

Williston Northampton School

Elkus Manfredi Architects Ltd.

Yawkey Foundation II *

Eversource Energy The Fallon Company

Verizon Corporation

Goldman Sachs

Key Bank R.C. Lanfond Insurance Agency

Carol Cocozza Skotnicki ’74 * Macy’s, Inc. Ellen Baker ’66 * Kathleen M. Chane ’74 and David Saucier * Ryan Brewer * McKesson Foundation, Inc. Elizabeth W. Connor-Hayes ’77 *

Listings reflect gifts made between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019.


US Officials, LLC

Thomas and Carol McDade ’68 *

Johnson Controls Foundation

Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur

Delta Magnetics and Controls

Interstate Rental

Ryan ’63*

Santander Bank

Triple G Scaffold Services Corp.

Susan J. Maxwell ’65 *

Stephen and Mary G. Ryan

S & F Concrete Contractors, Inc.

Davis Educational Foundation

Harvard Maintenance, LLC *

Michelle and Steve O’Kula

Ropes & Gray LLP

Cummings Foundation, Inc.

John and E. Patricia Leary ’50 *

Shaileen Sullivan Kopec ’68 *

Risk Strategies

TD Bank, N.A.

Joanne A. Callahan

Anne M. Hackett ’61 *

Inc. * Red Sox Foundation

Collegiate Press

Edward and Joan Goodwin ’49 *

Susan O’Connell Chandler ’75 *

F. L. Putnam Investment

Boston College

Frank and Dolores Infanger ’49 *

IBM Corporation

Services Partners Healthcare

College of the Holy Cross UBS Foundation

Association Northstar Project and Real Estate

American Endowment Foundation *

Catholic Health Foundation of Prudential Insurance Company of

National Business Officers

VOYA Ryan Brewer *

Frederick P. Lenz Foundation for American Buddhism Lynch Foundation

YourCause, LLC Patricia A. Burns ’96 *

Massachusetts College of Art and Design

Donald and Mary Butler ’60

Massachusetts General Hospital

Carol Doane Callahan ’52 *

Massachusetts Mutual Life

Elizabeth W. Connor-Hayes ’77 *


Ellen Simpson DeMarinis ’68 *

Mastropaolo Builders, Inc.

Jeffrey R. Fisher ’08

MCPHS University

Brendan Kimball *

Medical Academic and Scientific

Carol Cocozza Skotnicki ’74 *

Community Organization, Inc. Merck & Co., Inc. Minuteman Security Technologies Morgan, Brown & Joy, LLP John Moriarty & Associates



Reportof Giving GIFTS IN HONOR Gifts were made in honor of the following individuals and groups during the 2018-19 giving year. Class of 1959

Emily Medeiros ’19

Class of 1960

Helen McGourty Murphy ’48

Class of 1964

Trevor Nataupsky ’19

Class of 1969

Elisabeth M. O’Hearn ’47

Elizabeth Andrews ’19

Alfred Osward G’11

Francesca Battiato ’19

Deanna Gervais Pancoast ’95

Anabel R. Boyer

David Quaye ’19

Deborah and Adam Boyer

Joseph Roberge

Elizabeth Breen Breton ’51

Kara M. Rodecker ’12

Professor Liliana Busconi

Sr. Evelyn Ronan, SNDdeN ’63

Cacchiotti Family

Dr. Joshua Roth

Louise Canavan ’21

Carolyn Cremens Schneider ’51

Shamara Castillo ’19

Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur

Nicole Conte ’19

Ashley Skey ’19

Brian Daly ’19

Molly Sloan ’19

Joseph J. DiGeronimo

Jeffrey M. Smith

Patrick M. Dillon ’11

Sociology Department

Sr. Anne M. Donovan, SNDdeN ’62

Ruth McGovern Soles ’46

Emily Dubreuil ’19

Maria Soto-Santa ’19

Matthew Duddy ’19

Ellen Still G’11, P’19

Melissa Duffy ’20

Victoria Thistle ’19

Sr. Janet Eisner, SNDdeN

Sr. Susan Thornell, SNDdeN ’70

Audrey Esakoff ’19

Alexa Trainor

Carol Giarrusso Evans ’70

Sophia Valentini ’19

Devin Fitzgibbons ’20

Dr. Petros Vamvakas P’20

Dr. Janese L. Free

Taylor VanLandschoot ’19

Scott R. Gagnon

Rita Sharry White ’40

Erin Haley ’19

Bob White

Alison M. Hannigan ’19

Alysa Williams ’19

Carly Jones ’19

Andrew Yosinoff

Sr. Catherine Josephine, SNDdeN Emma Kaloostian ’19 The Family Of Kapsomenos Jennifer Robinson Kempinski ’97 Marianne Maguire Kerwin ’56 Kimberlee Klebacher ’19 Dr. Nancy Kleniewski Eileen Leonardi P’07 Engy Lessard Dr. F. Donald Logan Dr. Helen MacDonald Sr. Gertrude T. Mahoney, SNDdeN ’52 Francesca Mantone ’19 Dr. Paul March Joseph Maresco ’19 Elizabeth Farrell McCarthy ’59 Eugene and Judy McCulloch Theresa McKinnon

† Deceased,* Billiart Society (3 or more consecutive years of giving), P=Parent, G=Graduate Degree

GIFTS IN MEMORY Many alumni, friends and members of the Emmanuel College community have chosen to memorialize loved ones by directing their philanthropy to the College. Gifts were made in memory of the following individuals and groups during the 2018-19 giving year. Mary Phaneuf Anton ’70

Dr. Charles C. Crevo

Ernest, Mamie, and Ernestine

Cathleen M. Cronin-Kral ’63


Aileen Bemis Crowley ’53

Mary Dockett Bacigalupo ’63

Elizabeth Crowley

Dorothy Baggan ’39

Catherine Dolan Cusack ’39

Marcia Theberge Baniukiewicz ’64

Sylvia T. D’Arrigo ’58

Sr. Marie Barry, SNDdeN

Harold R. Daley

Rita A. Barry

Virginia B. Daley P’74

Cecile V. Barry

Florence T. Dalto

John Baum

Alice Gallagher Daly ’36

Dr. Mary R. Bemis ’52

Sr. St. Vincent de Paul, SNDdeN

Corinne M. Cyr ’68

Sr. Anne C. Delaney, SNDdeN ’30

Lawrence Benzie

Sr. Eleanor J. Delaney, SNDdeN

Edmund M. Borges

Patricia Beatty Delaney ’44

Juliette Marin Bourgeois ’27

Dr. Nola R. Della-Monica

Nancy Smith Bradley ’71

Carmen DiGiovanni

Rita Finn Brassil ’36

Matthew J. Dillon ’16

David J. Breen

Noreen A. Dimond ’56

Sr. Clare Francis Susan Brennan,

George and Matthew Doherty

SNDdeN Patricia Sullivan Burke ’68

Listings reflect gifts made between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019.

Louise Triggs Crowley ’42

Joan Sullivan Bacon ’59

The Honorable Elizabeth J. Dolan ’58

Jane Meehan Burke ’59

David J. Donaghue

Katherine Downey Burke ’40

Sr. Frances Donahue, SNDdeN ’61

Virginia M. Cahill ’74

Catherine Fanning Donahue ’55

Janet Supple Canty ’50

Mary O’Brien Donahue ’35

Paul Carr

Arthur and Margaret Donahue

Rita Connelly Carroll ’36

Walter and Helen Walter Dulak

Collette Cashman-Mahar

Anita A. Duval

Marjorie Perry Cass ’60

Christine Prada Eissenstat ’75

Timothy J. Caton

Sr. Pauline Elizabeth, SNDdeN

Edward Chateauneuf

Sr. Mary Ernestine, SNDdeN

Marie Sullivan Chiarenza ’55

Flora and Joseph Falcone

Ann Rego Ciriello ’60

Marguerite Lantagne Farley ’75

Ernest and Vera Clivio

Eleanore O’Neill Gately Farrell ’41

Dorothy Colameta Cocco ’49

Anna Walter Faulstich ’42

Reverend Dennis Cocozza

Jeanne Pendergast Fay ’48

Virginia L. Coghlan ’63

Marilyn Telge Feldberg ’63

Cathleen Garrity Collins ’46

Lillian DeGuglielmo Ferraro ’40

Eleanor Casey Conley Hickey ’50

Deborah A. Field ’68

Phyllis A. Conlon ’70

Katrine D. Fitzgerald ’69

Margaret Dockett Copley ’61

Anne Howard Fitzpatrick ’50

Virginia C. Cordingley

Rosemary McCarthy Flanagan ’76

Helen R. Cote ’63

Susan Fleming ’63

Kathryn Flaherty Coughlan ’36

Laima Tubis Flynn ’67



Reportof Giving Marie Hanley Foster ’49

Alice E. Manera

Margaret Jenks Fraher ’46

Carol A. Mannis ’65

Antoinette Clemente Frassinelli ’51

Vanessa Marcotte

Dorothy DiCicco Freniere ’47

Sr. Marie Margarita, SNDdeN

Claudia Chadwick Gallant ’67

Marie E. Martin ’44

Anne Early Giangregorio ’59

Eileen Smolak Mauck ’71

Anna Mazza Giannetti

Marie Latorella Mazzio

John and Mary Gillis

Mary and James McCarthy

Robert F. Gower

Arlene Cull McCullagh ’57

Bill and Betty Guiney

Ms. Dorothy E. McDonald ’71

Catherine Noon Haley ’56

Barbara Golden McGill ’48

Sr. Patricia M. Halliday, SNDdeN ’45

Thomas and Helen McGourty

Margaret Horgan Hanly ’38

Mary McNulty McMahon ’61

Dawn L. Hannafin ’74

Katherine Joyce McNeil ’32

Narciso and Florentina Hernandez

Joyce Lacourse Metthe ’72

Susan Grudzien Hewitt ’68

Mary Cannon Michielutti ’58

Jeanne Caulfield Hines ’39

Mrs. Patricia Power Monahan ’46

Dr. Margaret Ann P. Hoban ’72

Anna G. Morris

Margaret McSweeney Hogan

Michael F. Muldoon

George Hogarty

Mary Gallagher Mullen ’43

Edward J. Houghton

Catherine Burke Murphy ’33

Sr. Mary John Hoye, SNDdeN ’30

Mary M. Murphy ’65

Thomas C. Hunt, Sr.

Halstead G. Murray

Madeline McLaughlin Hurley ’53

Margaret Henry Murray ’42

Jane Miller Hutchings ’70

Elizabeth Murray

Joan Hecker Hyldburg ’64

Mary Beatty Muse ’41

Margaret Cullen Igo ’58

Sr. Marie Augusta Neal, SNDdeN ’42

Dr. Christine H. Jaworek-Lopes

William J. Novick

Dr. Carson C. Johnson, Jr.

Mary O’Flahaven O’Connor ’30

Marian McDonnell Jorgensen ’61

Lois B. O’Hara ’51

James G. Kealey

John O’Keefe

Sr. Alice Gertrude Keating,

Mr. and Mrs. William O’Sullivan

SNDdeN ’48

Sr. Marie of the Trinity, SNDdeN

Thomas and Muriel Keegan

Elena S. Oliver ’83

Mary Wyndham Kelleher ’52

Lenore Padula-Fitzgerald, Ph.D. ’53

Dr. Judith A. Kelley ’63

William A. Palladino

Stella and Walter Kelley

Joan Alves Pano ’56

Sr. Ruth M. Kelley, SNDdeN ’30

Anne D. Pasquino ’60

Dr. Suzanne White Kelly ’62

Genevieve Waitt Pastorello ’54

M. Lee Tobin Kelly ’65

Michael Penta

Anne L. Kenney ’36

Susan M. Pernice ’83

Ann Kathryn Kerwin

Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Podlecki

Julia J. Kirby ’72

Edward and Kathleen Walsh

Cappy and Fred Krall

Powers ’52

Diana Lane ’56

Ruth Millard Powers ’43

Charles Laughton

John F. Powers, Jr.

Bernadette D’Anca Lazzaro ’55

Eleanor M. Praught ’53

Margaret Leahy ’31

Margaret McCarthy Prior ’53

Tallie Lewis

Margaret E. Pyne ’66

James A. Lord

Mr. and Mrs. George P. Quinn Sr.

Wilma Cerruti Lucas ’58

Maria Giovinco Radzik ’74

Anastasia Kirby Lundquist ’35

Helen and Raymond Rinaldi

Ellen Hayward MacCall ’59

Reverend Joseph A. Robinson

Barbara Polcari MacIntyre ’53

Mary Cleary Ronan ’45

Helen McDonough MacVarish ’47

Catherine Ruane ’72

† Deceased,* Billiart Society (3 or more consecutive years of giving), P=Parent, G=Graduate Degree

Ellen M. Ryder ’67

Robert J. Tis

Anne Duckworth Salipante ’66

Helen Towle ’24

Alicandro Sandonato

Julie V. Vaughan ’64

Maureen Hodgman Schliecher ’70

Sr. Magdalen Julie Wallace,

Mary Jane Larese Schmitt ’69

SNDdeN ’35

Eileen Kennedy Schneider ’60

Theodore Walsh

Barbara Blaikie Schott ’66

Sr. Mary James Walsh, SNDdeN ’29

Sr. Ann Rachel Sharry, SNDdeN ’66

Eileen C. Welch

Jo-Ann Latif Smith ’66

Mary Ellen Gunning Whinnem ’73

Maybeth Fandel Sonn ’63

David J. Woodman ’09

Christine Splaine ’60

Louis Yosinoff

Susan Stanton, M.D. ’71

Freda Yosinoff

Elaine Wagner Stegmaier ’48

Ms. Virginia Zirpolo

Dr. John B. Stone Elizabeth Doherty Storms ’62 Sara K. Strain Julia and Russell Strang Dorothy Pemberton Sullivan ’51 Mary Dolan Sullivan ’59 Catharine Healy Sweeney ’42 E. Robert Sylvester Jeanne Chiasson Synan Marilyn Terzi ’58 Priscilla Church Tibert ’54 James J. Ticchi William Tierney

BREAKING THROUGH. The future just became brighter for Isabella Saldarriaga ’21 and Gabriela Rico ’22—and for the global fight against cancer. Dana-Farber Cancer Institute recently selected two Emmanuel students for its Young Empowered Scientists for Continued Research Engagement (YES for CURE) program. Over the next three years, Isabella and Gabriela will participate in hands-on scientific investigation alongside experienced mentors at one of the world’s most renowned cancer research centers.


40th Anniversary Gala 12 A special evening honors the longest-serving woman college president in the country.


Molly DiLorenzo Bryan Mahoney Sam O’Neill Amy Stewart

Centennial Highlights 16


Kaajal Asher

A month-by-month retrospective on the celebrations of Emmanuel College’s 100th anniversary.

The Campaign for Our Second Century 39 Emmanuel looks boldly to the future with a landmark fundraising initiative.

Acceptance to the highly competitive program was “a dream come true” for Gabriela, who chose Emmanuel because of its location in the Longwood Medical and Academic Area, an engine of biomedical innovation and breakthroughs.


Please address all correspondence to: Emmanuel Magazine Marketing Communications 400 The Fenway Boston, MA 02115 or ecmagazine@emmanuel.edu

Heidi Price (gala program) Caronchi Photography Corvello Photography Brian Crowley Emily Falcigno Matt Hichborn Tom Kates Diane McGregor ’20 Sarah Muscarella Clare Norton Merrill Shea Matt Teuten Samara Vise


The Campaign for Our Second Century is advancing Emmanuel College as a transformative force in the lives of students and in our society. LEARN MORE AND DONATE ONLINE AT EMMANUEL.EDU/SECONDCENTURY.

For Isabella, the program is part of a lifelong quest. “Growing up, cancer had a big impact on my family,” she says. “I knew that I wanted to do something about it. And I knew that Emmanuel would lead me down the right path.”



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Save the Date: Alumni Weekend 2020 Friday, May 29 – Sunday, May 31, 2020 Join us for the first Alumni Weekend of Emmanuel’s second century! Highlights for 2020 include: · Alumni Art Exhibition · Second Century Party · Tea with Faculty & Faculty Emeriti



A full schedule will be live in early spring at alumni.emmanuel.edu


Sr. Janet Eisner, SNDdeN Leads Emmanuel College into its Second Century


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