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Dear Fellow Alumnae & Flintridge Sacred Heart Community,

When we took our first steps as Flintridge Sacred Heart alumnae, we knew we were entering into a world that would inspire us, stretch us, and challenge us. Even so, I think it’s safe to say that none of us expected a year quite like 2020. 

During our Alumnae Board Retreat, we reflected on reframing 2020 as a year of opportunity, rather than a period of lost time. This is not always easy to do, but as a community, we share a call to work towards reconnection, progress, justice, and service.

One of the silver linings during this unprecedented time has been the chance to witness all of you making waves in the world with intelligence, grace, and dedication to truth. The newest members of our Alumnae family, Class of 2020 graduates, rose to the occasion and embraced a virtual senior year with resilient tenacity. Alumnae across generations and geographical boundaries have embodied a similar legacy: You have used your talents, studies, careers, and resources to uplift students, patients, children, neighbors, and colleagues. You have worked for healing. You have marched and spoken in the name of racial justice. You have acted. You have served. You have led. You have inspired.

Your examples have driven us to expand the Alumnae Board, establishing diversity, equity and inclusion positions and an international relations position. For the first time, meeting virtually has stimulated the opportunity to include Board members from across the nation, as well as our first member in Mexico. Together, these diverse leaders will lend their time and talents towards continuing the betterment of our community for women of all ages and backgrounds. Our current Board members will also recruit and support potential future members, ensuring the continuation of this momentum. In addition to upholding time-honored traditions, we are actively planning new programming that addresses the questions, challenges, and calls to action that many in our community have so rightly raised. Together, we have committed to having difficult discussions, with fruitfulness and empathy at their heart.

While I could never speak on behalf of every unique voice on our Board, we have all agreed that we are dedicated to serving as your representatives and your liaisons. We understand that you have distinct stories, memories, and constructive feedback. We welcome and cherish all of these communications because, through them, you demonstrate deep compassion for the young women that Flintridge Sacred Heart serves. In a world that demands our time, energy, and talents in so many deserving places, thank you for your commitment to making a difference through your alma mater.

As a freshman fortunate enough to attend Flintridge Sacred Heart on a scholarship, I was only just beginning to understand the strong will and goodwill of women who paved the way before me. Together, let us celebrate the Veritas that Flintridge Sacred Heart taught us to seek, and let us continue fostering this truth for many generations of fellow students and alumnae to come.

With hope and solidarity, 

Jenna Gulick ‘13

Alumnae Association President
jenna.gulick@gmail.com

How to Get Involved

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  • Tologs Connect

    Tologs Connect is an intergenerational networking platform for students, college-aged and other Flintridge Sacred Heart alumnae to shape their careers and professional journeys.

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  • Become a Mentor

    Through the Career Mentorship program you get introduced to people you should know. Students and alumnae may be mentored by alumnae or parents of alumnae in professions of interest.

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  • Share a Class Note

    Let your fellow Tologs know what you are up too. Share a class note with us and we will publish it in our View From the Top magazine. Don’t forget to include a picture if you have one!

  • Donate to the Flintridge Fund

    Our support to the Flintridge Fund helps our current Tologs with an education that fosters innovative learning, instills compassion and inspires courage in their lives now and in the future. 
     

Alumnae Association Board

    • President

      Jenna Gulick '13

      President

    • Alumnae Engagement Lead Chair

      Mary Pat Widmann '79

      Alumnae Engagement Lead Chair

    • Alumnae Engagement Co-Chair

      Lisa Munoz Bruchey '89

      Alumnae Engagement Co-Chair

    • Student Engagement Lead Chair

      Amanda Perez '14

      Student Engagement Lead Chair

    • Marketing & Development

      Lauren Loadvine '12

      Marketing & Development

    • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Co-Chair

      Maya Richard-Craven '12

      Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Co-Chair

    • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Co-Chair

      DeShawn Samad '11

      Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Co-Chair

    • International Relations Chair

      Edith Salcedo '06

      International Relations Chair

    • Past President

      Lauren Hernandez '05

      Past President

Contact

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    Breeana Gumpert 12

    Director of Alumnae Relations and Special Events
    626-685-8394

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