Alumni

As the Director of Constituent Relations, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the Northwest Catholic Alumni page. We cherish our relationship with the approximately 8600 alumni who have graduated from Northwest since 1965. These pages are designed to keep you informed of alumni events, the latest achievements of our students and other special events and programs. You can also stay connected with your friends and former classmates through our alumni Facebook page and our Alumni App. Stay in touch and come back to visit Northwest Catholic – the place where you know you belong.

Jane Leary
Director of Constituent Relations

Meet the Team

Jane Leary

Titles: Director of Constituent Relations
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Beth Casey Boyle '96

Class of 1996
Titles: Junior Class Moderator
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Alumni at Work

Kevin Kearns ’16

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ALUMNI RETURN TO NORTHWEST

NWC graduate's iconic art on display at Kehler Liddell Gallery in New Haven

Corsillo’s More is More includes an opening reception and artist talk July 13th 3-6pm, a panel discussion on July 18th 7-9pm with “Team Doonesbury” — Corsillo, cartoon historian Brian Walker, editor David Stanford, moderated by sound engineer Fred Newman ($15), and a conversation with Corsillo and Gary Trudeau ($25) on July 25th 7-9pm. Tickets may be purchased at kehlerliddellgallery.com/calendar and are expected to sell out.

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LAST HOMEWORK by Tess Vrbin, Hartford Courant

Molly Rees Gavin, president of Connecticut Community Care and a 1967 Northwest Catholic graduate, was the 2019 Commencement speaker. 

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NWC Alumna Works as Americorp Volunteer at Grace Academy

“The message is always there at Northwest — that the way you act affects others.” Emma added, “We learned about investing in society. We were always being reminded of what our place in the world could be.”