• Alumnae Summit

    The annual Alumnae Summit brings together women leaders and influencers in a variety of fields to share their experiences and expertise with the Stonehill community. In 10 events held virtually last March, alumnae from across the decades engaged in meaningful conversations. 

  • Volunteer Spotlight

    After graduating from law school a few years ago, Brian Reilly ’11 finally had some free time for his other interests. “I wanted to get involved, and Stonehill is where I felt a deep connection,” he recalls. “So I sought out opportunities to give back.”

  • Working Perspective

    Elyssa Feliciano ’12 knows how to place the right people in the right job. An experienced recruiter, she works as a talent acquisitions manager for Ceres, Inc., a global nonprofit sustainability organization. Feliciano also knows what it takes to be happy in a job.

  • Expressing Grief

    Joseph Primo ’03 is the CEO of Good Grief, a New Jersey-based nonprofit organization that offers free support to children and young adults who have lost parents or siblings. Fittingly, the roots of Good Grief can be traced back to another Stonehill alum. The organization was the vision of William Hector ’76.

  • Applied Science

    Devon Poeta ’10 is a scientist, an entrepreneur and a lifelong equestrian. By day, she works as a senior research associate in the Burwell Lab at Brown University. And by night, she is the sole proprietor of Equilibria Wellness and Performance, where she combines her love of science and her love of horses.

  • Serving Those Who Serve

    For the past four years, Col. Scott McFarland ’95 has served as regional commander for the Army & Air Force Exchange Service. He is especially proud to live out the mottos of The Exchange: “There Is No Greater Honor Than Serving Those Who Serve” and “We Go Where You Go.”

Class of 2020 Returns to Campus

With their senior year activities disrupted due to the pandemic, members of the Class of 2020 returned to Stonehill in late July to reunite and celebrate.