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Alumni notes

Catherine Cameron '78 and Monica Haldiman M.Ed. '93, are inaugural fellows in the Lynch Leadership Academy, which is dedicated to strengthening leadership among early- to mid-career school leaders in Catholic, charter, and district urban schools.

Angel Charles, M.Ed. '99, is principal of the Haley Elementary School in Roslindale. Yeshi Gaskin, M.Ed. '06, teaches fourth grade at the school.

Lauren Fish '11, a member of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps in Spokane, Washington, works in a L’Arche community, an organization that creates homes for adults with developmental disabilities.

Erik Goldschmidt, M.A. '03, Ph.D. ‘08, who served most recently as executive vice president of Foundations and Donors Interested in Catholic Activities in Washington, D.C., is the new director of the Boston College Church in the 21st Century Center.

Stephen Hess, S.J., Ph.D. '07, is associate vice president for student life and development at St. Peter’s College in Jersey City, New Jersey.

Bryan Ramos '10, M.A. '11, has joined the New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business as the MBA academic advising coordinator.

After 16 years managing the Boston College Office of Marketing Communications, Hallie Sammartino, Ph.D. '11, has moved to New York City, where she is vice president for marketing and communications at St. John’s University.

Tim Sullivan '10 is teaching  government, geography, current events, and personal finance to juniors and seniors at Red Cloud High School, a private Jesuit school on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Sullivan teaches with the Red Cloud Volunteer program, which is operated and supported by the Jesuits of the Wisconsin Province and Americorps.

Derek Vandegrift '00, M.Ed. '01, is the only Massachusetts recipient of the 2011–2012 Milken Award, which recognizes exemplary K–12 teachers and leaders with unrestricted awards of $25,000.