The St. Paul’s School Alumni Association is a vibrant group of alumni who strive to stay connected with the School and with each other and aspire to support current and future generations of SPS graduates.

From mentoring and networking with alumni young and old, to serving the greater good through annual service initiatives, it is the mission of this group to take action on the lessons of their St. Paul’s School education.

Alumni Association Executive Committee

The governing body, or Board of Directors, of the association comprises its form directors, who are responsible for electing the officers of the association: a president, an executive vice president, and the alumni fund chair. These officers serve three-year terms. In addition to the elected officers, the president, in consultation with the Nominating Committee, appoints a clerk and an Executive Committee of up to 15 members from the Board of Directors, and may appoint other assistant officers when appropriate. The Executive Committee has the full power to act for the Board of Directors when the Board is not in session.

Alumni Association Executive Committee Members

Caroline La Voie ’88, P’20,’21 *
Orinda, Calif.

Raymond “Ray” Joseph, Jr. ’90
Executive Vice President
Scarsdale, N.Y.

Amachie K. Ackah ’90
SPS Fund Chair
Bryn Mawr, Pa.

Tristan Besse ’02 *
San Rafael, Calif.

Renee Boey ’00
Happy Valley, Hong Kong

Alison Manolovici Cody ’88, P’20,’22,’25
New York, N.Y.

Austen Earl ’97
Los Angeles, Calif.

Kathryn “Kat” Greenbaum ’07
Los Angeles, Calif.

Eliot W. Larson ’69 *
Charlestown, Mass.

Dorien Nunez ’75 *
New Orleans, La.

David Walters ’07
Brooklyn, N.Y.

Jie Madeline Wang ’93
Lexington, Mass.

Zoe Williams ’10
Somerville, Mass.

* form director

Alumni Association Affinity Group

The XIX Society

The SPS XIX Society is for all who identify as female members of the St. Paul’s School alumni body and named after the first 19 girls to attend the School. The society’s mission is to engage, connect and enrich the lives of the School’s alumnae through programming that strengthens female friendships formed at school and creates new relationships that span generations and geographies.

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Alumni Association Affinity Group

SPS BIPOC Advisory Council

The SPS Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) Alumni Advisory Council seeks to promote, support and recognize the achievements and interests of SPS BIPOC alumni. We develop programming that help alumni connect, share experiences and develop new relationships with each other and the entire SPS community. As visible, active members and participants in the SPS community, we hope to support the healthy matriculation and graduation of current SPS BIPOC students while also enriching the lives of alumni.

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Alumni Association Affinity Group

SPS Queer Alumni

The SPS Queer Alumni seeks to provide space for fellowship and friendship across the LGBTQIA+ alumni community and to support and be a resource to the SPS community. As part of this effort, through collecting and sharing the stories of queer alumni across the generations, we add to the history of SPS. When requested, the group advises the School in its efforts around diversity, equity and inclusion and belonging.

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Fred Lovejoy '55

My parents instilled in all of us, me and my brother and sister, the importance of service. When I told them I was going into medicine instead of business, they said I should pursue the career I wanted. But the expectation was that whatever I chose, I do it well.”

— Dr. Frederick H. Lovejoy ‘55
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