CAREER EXPO PRESENTERS

Career Fair - 2020

Do you remember when you were trying to decide which career path to take?
Our girls are in the same position and could really benefit from your knowledge and experience.  

 
It's time for the Louisville biennial Career Fair and we are looking to you, our fabuous alumna, to showcase your career to our students.
 
The Career Fair will be held on Thursday, March 5, 2020 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm in St. Louis Hall. Lunch will be provided.
 
If you are interested in participating or if you know someone with an interesting career, please contact me at tmcmenamin@louisvillehs.org
 
We are looking for alumna in the following careers:
  • Medicine 
  • Entertainment
  • Aerospace
  • Engineering
  • Law Enforcement
  • Photography
  • Fashion/beauty industry related careers
  • Therapy – MFT, researchers, and/or psychiatrists
  • FBI/Forensics/Government
  • Education
  • Firefighting
  • Business
  • Computer Science/Software
  • Social Media
  • Finance
  • Culinary
  • Real Estate
  • ....or anything else we haven't thought of!

FOCUS PROGRAM MENTORS

Job shadow opportunities wanted!
The FOCUS Program, an academic initiative for Louisville girls, are designed to encourage students to “focus” on their academic and career ambitions through coursework, field work and school extra-curricular activities. Alumnae are encouraged to get involved with this exciting new program by providing job shadow or volunteer opportunities for high school-age students at their company or organization. Alumnae who work in one of the following areas are wanted:
  • Law and Social Justice 
  • Medical/Health Sciences
  • Journalism and Media 
  • STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Medicine) 
  • The Arts
To volunteer, contact Mrs. Laura (Taylor) Flynn '83 at: lflynn@louisvillehs.org and to learn more about the program, click the FOCUS Program button on this page.

CLASS REPRESENTATIVES

Class Reps Needed!

With the Louisville 60th Anniversary on the horizon, plus reunions for classes ending in 5 and 0 in 2020, we don't want you to miss any information! Some of our classses still need Reps who will serve as the point of contact for classmates. You will not be signing your life away!
 
What does a Class Representative do?
  • Acts as a key liaison representing her class - emailing invitations to support school activities and intiatives.
  • Helps plan (or faciliate) individual class reunions and encourage attendance.
  • Provides class updates to Alumnae Relations office as needed.
  • Helps ensure that Louisville continues to provide the finest Catholic, college-preparatory education possible by encouraging classmates to participate in the Louisville Fund and Day of Giving. 
This is a fun opportunity to connect – and reconnect – with your classmates. If you are interested, please contact tmcmenamin@louisvillehs.org.

Alumnae Association

The mission of the Alumnae Association is to unite all graduates of Louisville High School and to provide the services, tools and support Louisville alumnae need to keep in touch with one another, and with the school. With the help and support from campus Administration and the Alumnae Relations Office, the Alumnae Association strives to embody the qualities of character, strength and faith that all Louisville girls learned and experienced as students. The Association works to keep these ideals – modeled and exemplified by the charism of the Sisters of St. Louis – alive in the hearts of Louisville graduates.

If you are an alumna who would like to be considered for service on the Alumnae Association Board, please contact the Alumnae Relations Office for more information at tmcmenamin@louisvillehs.org.

Class Reps - We need you!

Class Representatives
Check below to see if your class needs you!

1964
Kathy Villar Jacinto ‘64
Janis Hopkins Johnson '64

1965
Marie Damiano Miller ’65

1966
Leslie Gerson '66

1967

1968

1969

Peg Maddocks '69
Sandy Sankey Murphy ‘69

1970
 
1971
Mary O'Connell Stone ’71
Kathy Phillips Kerr ‘71

1972
Joney Cannavo Gasbarro '72

1973
Elizabeth Wickman Thorner ‘73

1974
Carey Hilbert '74

1975

1976
Maryann Costanzo Horak '76
Kimberly Togger Montgomery '76

1977

1978

1979

1980
Gemma Fasani '80

1981
Twyla Tanner Arant '81

1982
Pam Bellew '92
Dina Miceli Briggs '82
Maureen McElroy '82
Tracy Garnett Ross '82

1983
Leanna Moore DeKing '83

1984

1985

1986
Laura Lees '86

1987
Deanna LaBarbera ‘87

1988
Elena Miller '88
Laura Ramsden Gideon '88

1989
Kristen Costales Mattie ‘89
Teresa Knight McMenamin '89

1990
Dana Affronti Mitchell ‘90
Jane Carroll Johnson '90

1991
Elizabeth Rosenthal King ‘91

1992
Catherine “Cat” Rymsza Leon ’92

1993

1994
Andrea Jacinto Evans '94
Amy Baker Dibelka '94

1995

1996

1997
Adrienne Brenner Colvin ‘97
Gisselle Mencia Labrenz '97

1998

1999

Meghan Lewis DeFrank '99
Elizabeth Reising Burk '99
Elena de Mattos '99

2000
Sheila Zelghi '00

2001
Allison Bernardi Stauth ’01
Christina Martin ’01

2002
Angela Miller ’02

2003
Kristen Thorner Dang ‘03

2004

2005

2006
Eleni Barefoot '06
Vassi Iliadis '06

2007

2008

2009

2010
Emily Greenwood '10
Jenna Parezo '10
Hanna Polizzi '10

2011

2012

2013
Taylor Burke '13
Emma Enos '13
Sydni Martin '13
Caleigh Wells '13

2014

2015
Lily Spirtos '15

2016
Emma Kilroy '16
Rebecca Swofford '16

2017
Carolina Toledo '17

2018

2019

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