Reminder: Class of 2019

Margaret Temesvari – January 11, 2019

Pathways Program Sunday, January 20, 2019! Required Event, Attendance will be taken. 

When? 10 am – 12 pm (followed by brunch in the Dining Hall with alumni/ae panelists)

Where? Garonzik Auditorium

What’s this meeting all about?

  • Alumni Relations and what it means to be a Deerfield ALUM
    Find out about accessing the Deerfield alumni network
  • Hear from a Trustee
  • Learn about giving to Deerfield
  • 2019 Senior Pledge to The Green & White
    Turn in your Senior Pledge to get a 2019 senior hat and for a chance to win a $75 Hangar gift card!
  • How to manage your finances with Mr. Acton
  • Hear from awesome alums about their unique paths

Who are the panelists? Read their bios here:

Jamila Acheampong ’07

After leaving the valley in 2007, Jamila went on to pursue a B.A. in economics from the University of Southern California and a Masters Degree in Finance & Accounting from Kingston University in England. After a brief stint in FinTech Sales, Jamila came up with the idea for Kahmune one night after realizing how hard it was to find quality, affordable products that matched her dark complexion. Kahmune is a luxury marketplace for skin tone footwear and accessories. All products are designed in ten skin tone hues in order to provide all women with a true nude option Having spent the majority of her childhood overseas in the Middle East, Jamila cites this international experience as the reason she is so passionate about diversity and inclusion. With no formal background in fashion design, she credits her desire to fill a much needed gap in the market and lifelong love of fashion as driving factors in her quest to create change in the industry.

Ali Lee ’97

Dr. Alison Lee is a NIH-funded physician-scientist who studies the health effects of early life exposure to air pollution, both ambient air pollution in the United States and household air pollution in rural Ghana. Alison completed her undergraduate studies at Brown University, medical school at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, and a Masters in Epidemiology at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. She trained in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Columbia University. Alison splits her time between her research projects in New York City and Kintampo, Ghana but likes best the quiet days she spends in Brooklyn with her two favorite people, her children.

Matthew Lu ’09

After Deerfield, Matthew moved north to Dartmouth College, where he graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. Upon graduating, he went to law school at the University of Chicago. Matthew has explored a variety of workspaces and applied the lessons from each experience to his nonprofessional projects. In college, Matthew tried his hand at different aspects of the political nonprofit space in Washington, DC. Since his stint as a capital markets lawyer, Matthew joined the Boston Consulting Group in a consultant role.

Albert Nichols ’09

Albert C. Nichols is the founder and CEO of Hall, a company that builds dining-halls and community spaces for life after work. Albert founded Hall with the mission of creating a place, open to all, to enable people to routinely discover, and share, what they care about. Albert attended The Fay School and Deerfield Academy where he captained the varsity wrestling teams, was a proctor, and sang a cappella. Albert received a B.S. in Computer Science from the Tufts University School of Engineering. Albert lives in Boston, MA and maintains ties to his hometown, York Harbor, ME.

You can access the entire Pathways 2019 Booklet