The Alumni Council is the governing body of the Francis Parker School Alumni Association. The Council meets four times per year and members participate in all alumni related events. The Council’s mission is to develop and implement programs, projects, and initiatives to further the purpose and goals of the Alumni Association by:
- Establishing and maintaining among its members valuable and lasting relationships and shared experiences.
- Advancing members’ love of learning, responsible citizenship, and personal integrity.
- Fostering communications and cooperation among members, students, faculty, and friends of the School.
- Encouraging member involvement in Association and School activities.
- Promoting the general welfare of the School.
- Supporting and assisting the School’s fund-raising efforts.
|2012-2013 Alumni Council Members|| Members Emeritus|
- Deborah Carpenter '80
- Kathy Valverde '84
- Tom Tobin '89
- Kalpana Rhodes '90
- Carrie Crompton '95
- Ryan McGlinn '96
- Nick Abdelnour '96
- Jon Block '98
- Brad Foreman '98
- Matt Showley '98
- Reyhaneh Baha '99
- Morgan Justice-Black '01
- Jonathan Aires '02
- Sarah Dawe '02
- Lizzy Bendrick '07
- Gina Duggan '89
- Mary Forsyth '60
- Pat Flynn '75
- Bob Ogle '89
- Daniel Frazee '88
- Andrew Ruff '94
- Matt Blumberg '88
- Sasha Clines '01
Alumni Council of 100
Now is the time for you to take a greater stake in the future of your alma mater. We want you to be a Parker Alumni leader in our Council of 100. The Council of 100 is an initiative to engage 100 alumni in giving a leadership gift of $1000 or more annually to the Parker Endowment. Join the Alumni Council of 100 today >>
Our Future. Our Endowment. Our Parker.
A school of Parker’s caliber deserves a more robust endowment. A healthy endowment provides the resources necessary to allow Parker to plan confidently and strategically for the future in support of our educational mission. Your gift to endowment will bolster financial aid, faculty resources and program support.
Become an Alumni Leader
Invest in your alma mater and join us as an inaugural member of the Council of 100. To become an alumni leader, make your gift to the Parker Endowment today.
Endowment = Today + Tomorrow
Investing in the endowment provides each of us, as stakeholders, the opportunity to provide a compelling legacy and to share in the achievements of our students of today and students of future generations. Further, investing in the endowment enables us to safeguard our most precious resource – a Parker education – and thereby, preserve all that distinguishes the School.