“Even though my career has been primarily in public education, it has been my goal to create that sense of community and belonging that Carondelet gave to me that can sometimes be lost on a high school campus of over 2,500 students. It is why I chose to focus my career in developing programs that focus on fostering student’s passions in college and career pathways where like-minded students support one another and are given opportunities in the community to work in their field of interest so that they have careers by choice not by chance.
“For over 50 years, this school has inspired young women to speak up for themselves, instilling confidence that they can achieve whatever they set their goals to…”
“I understand everyone’s journey here is different as mine was from my daughter Maddy’s and acknowledge sisterhood is sometimes hard to articulate to others and for some we don’t fully understand what sisterhood means until we have left here or until our sisters are there for us when we get married, or have kids, or suffer great loss. I think to outsiders the best way to describe Carondelet sisterhood is community.”