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Flashback to Student Council 2006-07 - Find Out What These Impressive STR Alumni Are Doing Now!

Flashback to Student Council 2006-07 - Find Out What These Impressive STR Alumni Are Doing Now!

This photo shows our St. Raymond School Student Council from 2006-07. These St. Raymond alumni have graduated from college and are working hard in their chosen fields. This is just a sampling of our alumni community. St. Raymond School has a very impressive group of graduates who are sharing their talents and expertise across a wide range of professions nationwide.

Pictured here (back row):

Michael Hoff (University of Colorado), Film Producer living and working in Los Angeles.

Sean Hamilton (Notre Dame), Consultant at Cliff Consulting, formerly an Advisory Associate at KPMG.

Sarah Daschbach (Princeton), Equity Derivatives Desk at Barclays in New York City.

Rooney Pitchford (Stanford), Working in investments for McKenna Capital after a four year stint in the music business in Austin, TX.

Nico Robinson (Dartmouth), Working in research at Stanford and applying to medical school.

Doug Safreno (Stanford), Recently started a company, Pragli. Prior to Pragli, co-founded StacksWare which was acquired by Avi Networks. Listed in Forbes “30 Under 30 in Enterprise Technology” in 2016.

(Front Row)

Matthew McNamara (Marquette), Cost Engineer at Rudolph & Sletten.

Mary Closs (Notre Dame), Playing professional tennis.

Katie Blankenberg (Stanford), Attending law school at University of Texas.

Isabelle Hillberg (Notre Dame), Software Engineer at Apple in Seattle.

Ryan Gaertner (Stanford), Associate at Spectrum Equity, formerly at Goldman Sachs in their Western Region Advisory Group.

Alicia Carcione (Holy Cross, Masters in Irish Literature from University College Dublin), teaching at Futures Academy.

2019-20 Student Council Members Installed At First Friday Mass

2019-20 Student Council Members Installed At First Friday Mass

Transitional Kindergarten Off to a Busy Start

Transitional Kindergarten Off to a Busy Start