Helping Those on the Margins
Thanks to her SMC experience, Sabrina Santos ’14 now works as the community engagement and volunteer coordinator at the Monument Crisis Center in Concord, which helps low-income families and individuals by providing food, education, general assistance, and referrals.
Aiming to Be Best in Show
Rémy Smith-Lewis ’12 and his Portuguese Water Dog, Manly, competed at the prestigious Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City. An accomplished dog handler, Smith-Lewis was the first African American handler to compete at the show.
The Spirit of Saint Mary's
Odell Johnson ’58, a prominent leader in higher education in the San Francisco Bay Area and former president of Laney College, is this year’s Alumnus of the Year.
The Legacy of Joltin Joe
Ken Weseloh ’77 works to preserve countless stories as the president of the Joe DiMaggio Hometown Hero Project.
As a fly-fishing guide and blogger at galgonefishing.com, Leslie Ajari ’08 sees the four seasons differently than most people.
Nick Anicich ’14, a former vegetable-hater, serves as program coordinator for the four-year-old Edible Sac High.
Black Student Meet and Greet
More than 50 people gathered in November for this year's Black Student Meet and Greet, an annual collaboration of students, alumni, staff, and faculty coming together for networking, dialogue, and mentorship opportunities.
Investing with a Human Touch
SEBA alumna Shirley Gee ’80, E.M.B.A. ’09 and managing partner of Angel Plus, runs one of the most thorough due diligence reviews in Silicon Valley and brings a human touch to angel investing––linking entrepreneurship, social responsibility, and hard work.