Thursday, May 19, 2022 | 5:30-6:30PM
You are invited to a conversation with Regis College Dean of Athletics Pam Roecker who will discuss leadership skills developed through athletics at varying levels of engagement.
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Alumnae Catherine Vu Morrissey ’11 (MS, CPNP-PC) and Victoria E. Perez ’11 (M.SpEd) discussed mental health strategies particular to adolescents, especially in response to enduring the COVID-19 pandemic. As a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Ms Morrissey strives to provide compassionate, holistic care to children and their families. As a primary school teacher and varsity coach, Ms. Perez’s goal is to create a safe, positive, and caring environment for her students and athletes.
February 9, 2022
Miss DeVitto (Athletic Director) met with Al Lattell (current Assistant Director of Athletics/Student-Athlete Development & Community Engagement at Johns Hopkins and former assistant men’s lacrosse coach at Harvard and Boston University) and Nick Carpenito (current Associate Head Coach for Women’s Hockey at Northeastern University) online to discuss their coaching experiences, as well as what they look for when recruiting students. Students who attended this virtual session received advice on how to be more recruitable.
January 24, 2022
Miss DeVitto (Athletic Director, left) and guest speaker Monica Kashi, MS (Nutritional Science intern at Simmons University) pose before she presented on healthy lifestyle habits for successful athletes. Her talk included insights on nutrition, lifestyle behaviors, like sleep, and activity efforts.
December 15, 2021
Miss DeVitto (Athletic Director, far left) and guest speakers Connie Bauman (Emerita Professor of the Practice, Wellesley College) and Rebecca Kimball (AD/Health & Wellness Dir. at Dana Hall) discuss emotional resilience on the athletic field as well as in the classroom in front of an audience of Fontbonne scholar-athletes and their parents.
November 9, 2021
Miss DeVitto (AD), herself a former college athlete, stands with alumnae Jen Gemma ’13 and Courtney Feeney ’04 after they spoke to the scholar-athlete audience (and their parents) about the NCAA and what it takes to be recruited and compete at the college level.