Friday, April 6, 2018
6 p.m. Reception | 7 p.m. Dinner
Boston Park Plaza Hotel, 50 Park Plaza, Boston, Massachusetts
Honor seven outstanding Eagles and celebrate the spirit of service at Boston College among alumni, parents, and friends.
$25 for GOLD (Graduates Of the Last Decade, Classes of 2008–2017)
$50 for alumni, parents, and friends
Tickets include hors d'oeuvres, beer, wine, a three-course meal, and a post-dinner celebration with music and a cash bar.
David P. O’Connor '86, P'16, '18
Dave’s loyal service to Boston College has been unwavering over the years, namely as a Wall Street Council Board Member, serving on his Reunion Committee, and as a two term University Trustee. Dave and his wife Maureen have generously endowed the O’Connor Chair in the Carroll School of Management and the O'Connor Family Pops on the Heights Graduate Fellowship in the Connell School of Nursing. In addition, he and Maureen most recently served as Co-Chairs of the hugely successful 25th anniversary of Pops on the Heights: The Barbara and Jim Cleary Scholarship Gala. Read more
Margaret "Peggy" Fleming Strakosch '85, P'14, '16, '17
Peggy has distinguished herself as a loyal and passionate volunteer for the Council for Women of Boston College (CWBC) events and initiatives, particularly in areas that support female undergraduate students. Peggy has served as a co-leader of the CWBC Student Advisory Board and as a mentor in the BC Connections program. Read more
Joseph V. Popolo Jr. '89, P'20
Joe is a second-generation Eagle. He and his wife, Chris, have supported Boston College through both academics and athletics, establishing the Popolo Family Scholarship at the Carroll School of Management and the Edward F. Connelly Scholarship in support of the football program. The scholarship honors Joe’s maternal grandfather, an outstanding high school athlete who was accepted to BC in 1927 but was unable to attend because of family financial issues. Read more
Wynndell G. Bishop '00, MBA '07
Wynndell is an executive member of BC's AHANA Alumni Advisory Council (AAAC) and co-chair of the programming committee. Wynndell has served the AAAC since its inception, leading the marketing and communication committee (2013-2017). Wynndell has participated in the Endeavor programs, Legacy of Leadership events, AHANA Student Networking Nights, and many others. Additionally, Wynndell served on his Class Reunion Fundraising and Programming Committees. Read more
Elizabeth J. Donahue '05, MSN'10
Elizabeth has traveled to Haiti several times with Connell School of Nursing faculty and students and is an integral part of the team. She frequently speaks to Connell School students and is a supporter of the Boston Strong movement with her BC classmate.
A board-certified family nurse practitioner, Elizabeth is an adult primary care provider at Brigham and Women’s Primary Care Associates, a professional development manager for its Primary Care Center of Excellence, and a clinical faculty member at the Connell School of Nursing. Read more
Anders Bill '17
Anders is co-founder, with classmate Theo Chapman ’17, and president of Darkroom.Tech, a marketplace for artists to sell fine art prints by leveraging their social media presence. The team of ten is funded by SSC Venture Partners, a venture capital fund dedicated to backing Boston College founders. Read more
Katherine F. McNally '17
Katherine graduated from the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences with a dual degree in English and communication. She is an associate member of the Council for Women of Boston College.
While at the Heights, Katherine volunteered with students at BC’s Campus School, participated in several service-learning trips, and worked in the Office of University Advancement as a telemarketer and student supervisor. Read more