Alumnae Association Executive Board
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The Dominican Academy Alumnae Association
Alumnae Serving Alumnae
The mission of the Dominican Academy Alumnae Association is to foster close relationships among alumnae and to encourage the participation of alumnae in ways that develop the growth and advancement of Dominican Academy. Alumnae work together to support the mission of the school.
Co-Presidents: Roseanne LoBue Morrison, '70 & Nicole DeFilippi, 10
Roseanne, '70, Will continue to serve as the Co-President of the Alumnae Association. Her goals are to continue the work of reaching out to every graduate of the school an dproviding meaningful motivation for them to contribute of their time and financial resources. The priorities of the former alumnae board have set the tone and it is our job to continue the mission of such a great educational enterprise that is faith based.
Nicole, '10, after graduating from Fordham University in 2014, Nicole found her way back home to D.A. when she filled in as the receptionist when D.A. was in need of someone. During her time back, she rediscovered her love for the school and how much she missed being involved. In 2017, Nicole joined the Board as the communications coordinator, and is excited to continue working as Co-president to bring our community even closer together!
Communications/Class Rep Coordinators: Aleksandra Swiech, '13, Dr. Jhanna Moore, '08, Allison Scacalossi, '13, Morgan DeMartis, '13, Emily Lirag, '05
Aleksandra, '13 is eager to contribute to the school that has shaped her into the person she is today. As a Comminications/Class Representatives Coordinator she would like to bring all classes together through mentorship programs, alumnae events, and by establishing a portal where alums can update each other on success and share opportunities.
Jhanna, '08 is a strong believer in teamwork. She enjoys listening to other people's ideas and incorporating them with her own to create the best result. She hopes to bring the opinions of the class forward so that together alumnae can make a lasting impact. Jhanna couldn't think of a better way to give back to D.A.!
Allison, '13 Looks forward to helping individuals who graduated throughout the years stay in touch to form a cohesive alumnae network. This position enables her to extend her love for D.A. - a home away from home - with the larger alumnae community.
Morgan, '13 yBelieves that D.A. girls are one of a kind. They have a unique bond to our sisters, teachers, and school that extends through generations. When Morgan came home to New York after college she was so excited to get back to D.A. and find out how she could become more involved.
Emily, '05 is interested in finding ways to activate and engage our alumnae base. She looks forward to finding a way to connect to our alums closer to our student community by creating a new engagement strategy.
Special Events: Lacey Keane, '07, Adrienne Mountis, '04, Christiana Vasilas, '10
Lacey, '07, studied musical theatre at Emerson College in Boston before graduating from the New York Film Academy with a degree in acting for film. Lacey is the founder of The Pineapple Explorers Club, a "mommy-and-me" music class in New York City, and she also performs in numerous children’s theatre productions throughout the world, including The Magic Tree House, The Jungle Book and Ella the Elephant.
Adrienne, '04, went to Cornell University to study nutritional sciences and graduated in 2008. She then completed a dietetic internship at Hunter College and a master’s program in clinical nutrition at New York University. Adrienne now lives in Brooklyn and works as a registered dietitian, specializing in pediatrics and weight management. As an alumna, she has participated in as many DA events as possible over the past nine years, including Career Day, Accepted Students Night, and Rooftop Reconnection. She feels so lucky to be part of the Dominican Academy family and loves being able to give back to the school and to fellow alumnae. She is very excited to be more involved with the DA Alumnae Association as a Special Events co-chair and looks forward to a very fun and productive two years!
Christiana, '10, is eager to join the Alumnae Association and give back to the school in the best way she can. She hopes to inspire other D.A. girls to discover their passions!