- Use the Update My Information form to change your contact information if you have moved, have a new phone number, disconnected your home phone, or have an email address update.
- Use the Class Notes form to submit your news to the Marianapolis Magazine. The magazine is published twice a year. We hope you will share an accomplishment or a major life event such as a marriage or birth with the Marianapolis community.
- Stay connected via social media. Like our Facebook page and follow our Instagram account and Twitter feed.
- To network with other alumni, see the Marianapolis Alumni LinkedIn page or request to join the Marianapolis Alumni Network group on Facebook.
- Check out the Athletic Calendar or Community Events Calendar for a listing of all school events that are open to the public.
- Watch a live streamed athletic event from the Athletic Complex.
Marianapolis needs its alumni's gifts and talents. There are a number of ways for you to get involved in the lives of our students throughout the school year.
The Centers of Excellence (COE) help our students connect their work in the classroom in a practical way through three-week supervised internships and a capstone project. Mentoring a student as an intern will help our current students to gain confidence and skills in an area they would like to explore in the future. Becoming a COE mentor is an excellent way to connect with a student and share your expertise.
Each October, the College Placement Office invites colleges and universities from across the United States to our annual College Fair. Some schools are unable to send representatives but will provide materials and offer the opportunity for an alumna/us to represent their alma mater at the fair. It’s a great way to show your college pride.
Class Agents advocate on behalf of Marianapolis and serve as ambassadors for the Development & Alumni Affairs Office, working to reconnect with classmates and help ensure that alums remain connected to the School. Your firsthand experiences at Marianapolis and connections with classmates make you an ideal candidate for this volunteer position. Each graduating class has at least one Class Agent — both domestic and international alums are encouraged to serve in Class Agent roles in order to maximize outreach.
What do Class Agents do?
Class Agents work with the Alumni Office to:
Communicate with classmates via mail, e-mail, or social networking platforms
Collect email addresses and updated contact information from fellow alums
Locate classmates who may have lost contact with Marianapolis
Encourage alumni engagement via events (regional in-person events, Alumni Weekend, virtual events, etc.)
Promote participation in annual giving and reunion class giving
There are still openings for Class Agents! Contact the Development and Alumni Affairs Office at 860-923-9565 or email@example.com if you're interested in serving as a Class Agent.
Receptions are a great way to get alumni together in a region for personal and professional development opportunities. Meaningful relationships have always been a hallmark of the Marianapolis experience and these events create an atmosphere of warmth and friendship that perpetuates engagement between alumni. Receptions also allow for you to learn more about what is happening at Marianapolis on a different level.
An integral part of alumni relations at Marianapolis is the Alumni Council. Council (formerly known as the Alumni Association Board) was formed in 2012. It's purpose is to establish a networking system that will facilitate the communication between alumni and Marianapolis. The Council will also help organize and sponsor social events (reunions, alumni weekend, golf tournaments) and meetings to enhance the interaction between alumni and Marianapolis. It is also one of numerous platforms that allow alumni to serve their alma mater.
- Paul Lango '68 - President
- Jerry Beaudoin '65
- Robert Pratt '68
- Thomas Dodge '73
- Christopher Korintus '87
- Darlene Boligan '88, P '19, P '23
- Aaron McGarry '88, P'23
- Dana Whiteley '92, P'23
Paul Lango earned his bachelor’s and two master’s degrees from Worcester State College. Paul has worked in the Webster (MA) public school system since 1973 in various roles ranging from elementary teacher to student information administrator. He has also taught as an adjunct professor at both Quinsigamond Community College and Nichols College and taught computer science at Marianapolis from 2008-2010. In addition to teaching, Paul has coached cross-country and track at the high school and college levels. Off the field, Paul has been elected Grand Knight for the Knight’s of Columbus Council, was inducted into the Bartlett High School (Webster, MA) Athletic Hall of Fame and has served on a mission trip to Arusha, Tanzania.
Jerry Beaudoin earned his B.S. in Geology and Geophysics from Stanford University and served in the Army for 4 years. He worked in the oil and gas industry for over a third of a century, a job that took him from Texas to Scotland and back. During his work, Jerry served on a global professional society council of 20,000 as the Texas representative. He and his wife are now retired in Austin to be close to immediate family. He hopes to contribute to the Marianapolis Alumni Council in a meaningful way.
Robert Pratt graduated from Marianapolis in 1968 and then studied architecture at Catholic University. He lived in California in the early 1970’s and founded Pratt Associates, which was an attorney service focusing on trial preparation for personal injury, product liability, and medical malpractice law firms. He relocated to Florida in 2002 and recently founded a property management company that handles private homes in a community called Ocean Reef, located in Key Largo, Florida. Robert and his wife Sue have 4 children and 5 grandchildren.
Thomas Dodge earned his bachelor’s degree from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA. Thomas has spent 35 years in the financial services industry, the last 16 at Fidelity Investments where he serves as Director of Operations in Benefit Plan Services. Outside of the office Thomas enjoys mountain, hiking, biking and coin collecting. In addition, Thomas volunteers at his parish and with the Appalachian Mountain Club. He currently serves as the vice president of the Ocean Dunes Association in Wells, ME and as a member of the President's Society of the Appalachian Mountain Club. In the past he has served on the President's Council at Holy Cross.
I am a bit of a vagabond, having lived in Connecticut, LA, NYC, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, and Vermont. I was a boarder at Marianapolis from 1983 to 1987, having grown up in Pittsburgh, attending Bennington for college immediately after high school, but waiting 14 years to attend grad school at the University of Michigan School of Information, 2005-2007. Father John was headmaster during my matriculation; Thomas J. N. Juko got me into college, and Jane Anderson Vercelli was my favorite teacher, surprising, considering she only taught English and writing for a single year, 1985-1986. I was first published at age 16 as a result of Jane's instruction.
I'm in the professional field of user experience, with a mission of making technology more meaningful and user friendly. I've lived in NYC off and on since 1993, returning in 2018 to work for JPMorganChase, though I've been with a fintech startup OakNorth out of London since September 2021. In 2008, I bought an historic split-level cape in the Abington Village section of Pomfret, having returned to the Quiet Corner because of fond memories and deep ties to Marianapolis. Besides being an amateur chef and foodie. I enjoy hiking, skiing, and wine tastings. My primary interest in joining the Alumni Board is helping current students and recent graduates discover personal growth and professional opportunities.
Darlene Boligan graduated from Marianapolis in the class of 1988. Her and her husband, also Class of ’88, have 2 sons that joined the Marianapolis community as part of the Classes of ’19 and ’23. As a lifelong resident of the Quinebaug area, Darlene has seen the school and area grow. She hopes to share the same experience she had as a student with future students and looks forward to working with the alumni council to spread the mission of the School.
Aaron McGarry earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Rhode Island and his master’s in Public Affairs from the University of Connecticut. Aaron currently serves as Senior Philanthropy Officer at Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, RI. In addition, Aaron is a member of the UConn MPA Alumni Council in West Hartford, CT, member of the Thompson Board of Finance in Thompson, CT, and member of the TEEG Board of Directors in Thompson, CT. Aaron is actively working on his membership in the White Mountain “Four Thousand Footer” Club having completed 34 of the 48 peaks to qualify.
Dana Whiteley earned a bachelor of science degree in accounting from Roger Williams University and is a Certified Public Accountant. He also earned an MBA from Nichols College. Dana is currently the Senior Vice President, Chief Risk Officer for MAPFRE U.S.A. Corp. Additionally, he has held prior roles at MAPFRE U.S.A. Corp. including Senior Vice President, Chief Underwriting Officer and Vice President, Chief Audit Executive. Dana's oldest son Tyler now attends Marianapolis. Dana currently resides in Foster RI with his wife and two sons. He enjoys playing golf and basketball. Dana also coaches youth basketball at St. James School in Danielson CT.