- 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.
By becoming a Class Agent, you will have the opportunity to reconnect with your classmates in a way that is meaningful for both you and Marianapolis. Each graduating class needs at least one Class Agent to advocate on the School's behalf and to serve as an ambassador of the Alumni & Development Office. Your first-hand experiences at Marianapolis and your friendships with your classmates make you the ideal candidate for this volunteer position. You will also be asked to help with class reunions and other class focused events.
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.
- Jennifer Trainor '91, P '19, P '21 - President
- Paul Lango '68
- Robert Pratt '68
- Thomas Dodge '73
- Peter Mousseau '79
- Adrienne Dunne '86
- Aaron McGarry '88
- Sophia Ulibarri '14
- Haoxiang "Mike" Yang '14
- Will Aldenberg '18
Jennifer Barrette Trainor earned a bachelor's degree from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. She is currently the Senior Director of Marketing at the non-profit organization Plan International USA. For the 15 years prior, she held marketing roles in the financial services industry, at institutions such as Fidelity Investments and Citizens Bank. Jennifer's two sons, Noah and Owen now attend Marianapolis and she is excited to watch them follow in her footsteps. Jennifer lives in Danielson and enjoys concerts, reading, Red Sox baseball, and travel, most recently having been to Indonesia to learn more about Plan's work there.
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.
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.
Peter Mousseau, a member of Marianapolis’ class of 1979, is the Founder, Owner and President of Rainbow Scientific, Inc., located in Windsor, CT and the Co-Founder of Biological Industries in Cromwell, CT. He received his bachelor degree from Connecticut College and two graduate degrees from the University of Hawaii. He has pursued a life-long interest in the biological sciences to develop a successful business career in the biotechnology sector. He has a passion for sharing with students that an interest in the sciences is not just about preparing for a career in scientific research and wants to increase their awareness of the wide variety of career tracts a science major can lead to.
Adrienne Dunne earned her bachelor’s degree from Bentley College and masters degree in Business from Lesley University. She currently serves as a Senior Admin Assistant for the Concord Carlisle High School. Adrienne has worked full-time and part-time as she raised four children. In addition to being a resourceful manager and problem solver, Adrienne enjoys music, baking, photography, scrapbooking, reading, and traveling. Since graduating from Marianapolis, she has served as Class Agent for every alumni reunion and enjoys reconnecting with classmates who are all over the globe.
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.
Sofia Ulibarri, originally from Morelia, Michoacán México, attended Marianapolis for two years. She attended for her freshman year in 2010-11, and then returned as a senior to graduate in 2014.
Sophia graduated from the Universidad Panamericana in Mexico City in 2018 majoring in business and management.
During her final year in college, Sophia worked at Mercedes Benz and is now living in San Antonio, Texas working for the Consulate of México. In December 2020, she will be moving back to Mexico City and is excited to see what comes next.
Sophia hopes to develop the Mexican version of Sports Day for alumni to have that beautiful community feeling at least once a year. Sophia states, "I love how being a Knight opens all kinds of new perspectives about life, community, friendship, and family."
Haoxiang “Mike” Yang '14 earned his bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Economics from Hamilton College in 2018. He currently works for NERA Economic Consulting as an Associate Analyst, where he performs economic and data analyses and supports senior staff to provide consulting services for corporate clients. On his own time, he has been working with two classmates from Marianapolis to develop a mobile application that aims to improve users’ mental health. For recreation, Mike enjoys playing soccer and drums. He also practices and performs magic tricks.
William "Will" Aldenberg '18 is currently a student at the University of Connecticut School of Fine Arts, where he is pursuing a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance. He has made Dean's List the past two semesters. In addition to studying voice, he also plays piano and oboe. Will is currently employed in the Marketing Department at Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts on the UConn Storrs Campus. Will is an Eagle Scout and Assistant Scoutmaster from Troop 161, Sturbridge, MA, and a Vigil Honor member of Catamount Lodge, Order of the Arrow, BSA.