2021 Virtual Alumnae Weekend
Thank you to everyone who joined us for Maryvale's virtual Alumnae Weekend on May 7 and May 8, 2021.
Many thanks to our alumna chef, Amy von Lange ’91 of Schola, alumnae authors Dayle Dabney ’64, Tracy Bagli Hooper ’73, Traci Parker ‘99 and Chip Rouse ’70, and hundreds of alums from across the country who helped us celebrate our virtual Alumnae Weekend 2021! We cooked, we talked about books, we celebrated our reunion classes, we reminisced, we laughed and we shared our pride in being a part of Maryvale’s 75-year history. We loved “seeing” all of you!
2021 Alumna of the Year
We are proud to announce that Sherry Pudloski ’85 has been named Maryvale’s Alumna of the Year for 2021. Congratulations to Sherry on this well-deserved honor! The Alumnae Association, along with the entire school community, is so grateful for Sherry’s years of tireless service to Maryvale!
Sherry currently serves as EVP, Head of Corporate Affairs and Communications at Zoetis Inc., a leading global animal health company. Known for her expertise in communications, branding, healthcare policy and corporate social responsibility, Sherry has held communications leadership positions for global and national companies including Pfizer, Novartis and Guardian Life. As a strategic communications expert, Sherry was a guiding light for Maryvale’s marketing, communications, rebranding and strategic planning efforts. As a former member of our Board of Trustees, a philanthropist and a loyal alum, Sherry has been a graduation speaker at Maryvale and has hosted regional alumnae gatherings in New York. She enthusiastically shares her gifts in every way and is a shining example of what it means to learn, lead and succeed. It is our honor to honor her!
Breakfast with Books
Click here to watch the virtual Breakfast with Books discussion with the following alumnae authors:
- Dayle Dabney ’64, Corinne’s Fin
- Tracy Bagli Hooper ’73, The New Hello: What To Say What To Do In The New World of Work
- Traci Parker ‘99, Department Stores and the Black Freedom Movement: Workers, Consumers, and Civil Rights from the 1930s to the 1980s
- Chip Rouse ’70, Event Planning; Communicating Theory and Practice
Celebrate the history of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur and their profound influence on Maryvale. Watch Sr. Patricia Loome, SND ’62 bring to life the history of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur in her video, The History and Relationship of Maryvale and the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur.
Cathy Vitrano Kellermann '73
Director of Parent Engagement