Welcome Alumni and Alumni Parents

Thank you for visiting the St. Anne's Alumni page!  We appreciate your continued engagement with St. Anne's.  

Wondering how to get more connected? There are a few ways to do so:

  1. Get involved - one of the easiest and best ways to stay connected is to attend our events; we host a variety of them throughout the year.
  2. Make an annual gift - every gift counts, no matter the size.
  3. Send us an update - we love to hear from you especially for the Class Notes section of our Alumni News publication.

Interested in volunteering at the school? Pursuing a career in education and looking to potentially come back to work at St. Anne's?

Contact Julia Brown, Alumni Coordinator, for more information. Julia can be reached at (303) 756-9481 ext. 245 or [email protected].

Please consider supporting St. Anne's with a gift this year.  Click on the button below to donate today. Thank you for your generosity! Your participation and contributions mean so much to the students and St. Anne's community.

What Have Our Alumni Been Up To?

Organized by Emma Domich, the St. Anne's class of 2014 hosted a reunion on campus at the beginning of August.  Over a third of the class attended the event and re-lived some special and fun St. Anne’s traditions including a game of Risk and Danish Rounders.  They completed the evening with a viewing of their class video, graciously made by Marvin Lummis.

It was a wonderful event with a great turnout! Thanks to all who participated and to those who continue to share in their St. Anne's memories.

If you are interested in hosting an alumni event, please reach out to Julia Brown, Development and Alumni Coordinator at [email protected] 

Those of you who listened to NPR recently might remember hearing a piece about the study of algorithms.  Those of you in Boston may have seen an article in The Boston Globe.  The voice of the expert being interviewed (or written about) was none other than our own Berkeley Dietvorst ’03.  He attended East High School after St. Anne’s where he graduated as valedictorian of his class.  He is presently enrolled in a PhD program at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania studying judgment and decision-making.  Berkeley says:


When I was in high school, I thought that I wanted to get a job in finance, so I narrowed my college search to universities that had good undergraduate business schools. I visited a variety of college campuses, but when I walked through Penn’s campus, something just felt right. Also, it didn't hurt that it had an excellent business school. As an undergraduate student, I chose to major in finance and decision processes. I tried a finance internship after my junior year and decided that it wasn't for me; I felt drawn toward a career that would allow me to work independently and choose what I wanted to work on every day. I decided to earn a PhD studying judgment and decision-making because of my interest in psychology, economics, and decision sciences.

For my current research, I was interested in why people prefer not to use algorithms for making predictions even though an abundance of research has shown that algorithms are more accurate at forecasting than humans. My coauthors (Joseph Simmons and Cade Massey) and I hypothesized that people would lose confidence in algorithms after seeing them err and, therefore, be less likely to use them. In our research, we found that people did indeed lose confidence in an algorithm after seeing it err and were more likely to use a human forecaster instead, even when they had seen the algorithm outperform the human by a wide margin. Currently, we are figuring out how to get people to use algorithms for forecasting, even after they have learned that those algorithms are imperfect.

All of the teachers at St. Anne’s made my education better and pointed me in the right direction. In particular, Jeff Bird, Joe Figlino, Don Gifford, and John Dicker taught me many of the basic skills I needed to conduct scientific research. 
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Martha Adams ‘82 is an award-winning storyteller, photographer—and St. Anne’s Alum--who travels freely between the commercial realm of TV, the independent world of filmmaking and all things social media. Originally brought on to produce the film at the center of the Girl Rising campaign, she is now the Chief Creative Officer and was featured in 2013 by Newsweek/Daily Beast as one of "125 Women of Impact." She has spent years working with the girls featured in the film and frequently speaks on the subject of girl empowerment, radical change and the critical role storytelling plays.

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