In 1851, the Board of Trustees of Green Mountain College, in its efforts to seek help from the alumni for the College, provided direction for the establishment of what is now known as the “Alumni Advisory Board.” The purpose of the AAB is to enhance the vibrancy of GMC. Specifically, the AAB sustains among alumni the spirit of their shared experience, supports the recruitment and retention of students, and assists in fundraising and garnering financial support for the College.
Melissa Markstrom ’09
Organizer at Committee of Interns and Residents/SEIU Healthcare. Boston, MA.
Amanda Mehegan ’06
Senior Operations Manager at Planned Parenthood of Northern New England. Wilmington, VT.
Ray Coderre ’03
Assistant Dean for Faculty Affairs in Faculty of Arts and Science at Harvard. Cambridge, MA.
Sarah Scala ’02
Principal Consultant and Owner at Sarah Scala Consulting. East Falmouth, MA.
Jonas Adler ’00
Principal at Devonshire Recruiting and Consulting Partners. Boston, MA.
Rebecca Anderson ’99
Director of Operations and Creative Services at John Hancock. Boston, MA.
Amy Barra ’09
Environmental Education Specialist at Montesuma Audubon Center. Berlin, MD.
Glenn Burlamachi ’88
Owner of Concord Funeral Home, Concord, MA, Fowler-Kennedy Funeral Home, Maynard, MA, Badger Funeral Home, Littleton, MA & Badger Funeral Home, Groton, MA.
Jenna Calvi ’09
Stormwater District Manager at the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources. Burlington, VT.
Joanne Coons ’74
Renewable energy and sustainable design enthusiast and Science teacher at Hudson Valley Community College. Clifton Park, NY.
Cynthia Davis ’68
Senior Business Analyst and Consultant at FYI Solutions. Lincoln Park, NJ.
Peter Davis ’09
Founding Partner of Resume Sharks and Senior Coordinator at Allen and Overy. Springfield, NJ.
Becky Hickey ’64
Retired and Owner of Alterations by Bebe. York, PA.
Christopher Hilke ’99
Senior Manager of the Climate Adaptation Program in the Northeast Regional Office for the National Wildlife Federation. Montpelier, VT.
Bailey Ray ’09
Online Content Development Coordinator, Lesley University School of Arts and Social Sciences. Cambridge, MA.
Mark Thiong’o ’12
Masters of Science candidate in Environmental Management and Policy at the International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics at Lund University, Sweden.