Volunteer & Resources

Get Involved!
Alumni are key to the development of The Wheeler School — supporting so many aspects of our community and often working to keep alumni connected to each other and to the school.

Ways you can volunteer

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  • Be A Class Ambassador

    Class Ambassadors serve as a liaison between Wheeler and your class, and work closely with staff in the Office of Alumni Relations.  Class ambassadors help keep alumni connected and engaged. Duties include:
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  • Host An Alumni Event In Your City

    Want to show off your city via a Wheeler event? We handle the details.  Contact Kelly Clifton to discuss.
  • Join The Alumni Board

    The Wheeler School Alumni Association Board serves to support the mission of the school and to strengthen relationships of alumni with alumni, students, faculty, and staff towards the goal of establishing lifelong relationships with the Wheeler School, to both foster and encourage personal and institutional growth. 
  • Serve On A Reunion Committee

    Reunion Committee Members responsibilities are to:
    • Come back to reunion
    • Reach out and encourage fellow classmates and friends to come with you.
    • Help us update current email and mailing addresses for classmates
    • Make a gift to the Annual Fund in honor of your reunion

Wheeler Alumni Board

Carol Graves Cimilluca ‘59, President
Peter Pizzarello ‘92, Vice President

Nicole Brissette Jenning ‘99, Past President

Etienne Granito Mechrefe ‘95, Past President
Anna Boogaerts ‘15, In-college representative
Peter Brown ‘03, Hamilton School representative
Margaret Chaquette ‘14,
John Clarke ‘06
Sue Clegg ‘85
Ethan Colaiace ‘89
Darlene D’Arezzo ‘87
Michael Esposito ‘97
Elizabeth Heaton ‘88
Heather Joines ‘95
Kerci Marcello, ‘96
Ally Monacelli, ‘17, In-college representative 
Ed Pensa ‘89
Theo Richter, ‘19, Student representative
Kate Green Vibert, ‘59
Kelsey Whitaker ‘07

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