Class Ambassadors


To improve the relationship and communication between alumni and the college.  To increase the visibility of the college news and happenings through social media vehicles.  To create a solid volunteer base for the Reunion program.


  • Represent the college and your class at PC sponsored events and programs.
    • Attend a minimum of (3) Providence College events in a fiscal year on the PC campus.
    • Attend a minimum of (1) Providence College event in your regional area.
  • Actively participate in volunteer training programs, meetings and webinars.
  • Bi-weekly distribute content to class specific Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter channels based off of provided information or the official Providence College social media channels.
  • Communicate with your local regional area leadership at least once a month to exchange updates, ideas and future plans.
  • Serve as a resource to the Office Alumni Relations to provide information in regards to recognizing noteworthy accomplishments of class members and other PC alumni.
  • Inform your classmates on current issues at the College and provide feedback on your classmates’ interests and concerns.
  • Serve on your Class Reunion Committee.
    • Participate in class reunion event planning, recruit volunteers and promote attendance of reunion.
    • Lend your name to the Reunion program materials including event marketing, and web based communications.
  • Keep the college informed of the whereabouts of alumni.
  • Inform the college of any address or telephone changes of selected classmates.
  • Inform the college of any changes in marital status, employment, or other important information.
    • Address, telephone or other contact changes
    • Changes in marital status, new births or passing of classmates
    • Job announcements or promotions.


  • Class Ambassadors will operate on a July 1 – June 30 calendar, coinciding with the College’s fiscal year.
  • The Class Ambassador term will run for four years leading up to the next reunion cycle with the understanding that each ambassador will serve as a member of the reunion planning committee. At this juncture, the Class Ambassador term can be renewed or the current class ambassador would be asked to help identify a replacement.
  • Class Ambassadors who are unable to fulfill assigned duties, are subject to replacement within the discretion of the Office of Alumni Relations.

Class Ambassadors

Class of 1956
Walter Adamowicz

Class of 1960
Peter Bortolan
Leo Fox

Class of 1961
Tom Donovan

Class of 1963
James O’Leary

Class of 1969
Tom Madden

Class of 1971
Charles Borkoski

Class of 1972
David Martinelli

Class of 1980
Karen Monti Flynn

Class of 1984
Sean Holley

Class of 1990
Pamela Greene
Kerry McManus

Class of 1992
Chris Breen
Michele Consiglio

Class of 1993
Jennifer O’Meara

Class of 1994
Noelle Cusack Debes
Sarah Kraeger

Class of 1996
Jennifer Durand

Class of 1999
Sean McHugh
Craig Nicholson

Class of 2004
Lauren Marquis

Class of 2007
Shane Quinn

Class of 2010
Jacquie DeSisto Mazick

Class of 2012
Jenna Borkoski

Class of 2014
Saadia Ahmad
Abigail Alegi
Mark Caprio
Jennifer Celli Flaherty
Laura Hasler

Class of 2015
Courtney McCurdy
Griffin Young

Class of 2016
Kelley Shepherd
Michael Silveira

Class of 2017
Gretchen Barrett
Kerry Smith

Class of 2018
Kasey Cardin
Phionna-Cayola Claude
Gabriella Dess

Class of 2019
Caroline Cook
Devon Guanci

Class of 2021
Sean King

Class of 2022
Katherine Burdick

We are currently recruiting ambassadors for the following class years:

  • 1950s: 1957, 1958 and 1959
  • 1960s: 1962, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967 and 1968
  • 1970s: 1970, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 and 1979
  • 1980s: 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 and 1989
  • 1990s: 1991, 1995, 1997 and 1998
  • 2000s: 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2009
  • 2010s: 2011 and 2013
  • 2020s: 2020 and 2023

Apply to be a Class Ambassador