Annual Giving Board


Dan Lasman1973-P
Alison Smith Lord1985-P


Mae Concemi Bradshaw1962-A
Jane H. Christie1958-A
Francisco X. Contreras1991-P
Ian Cropp2001-P
Jenny F. Elkus1992-P
Henry H. Frankievich2007-P
David A. Gutzke1977-P
Laura Mistretta Kirk2000-P
John R. Kline1988-P
Kevin K.W. Kwong1995-P
Krystle L. Manuel-Countee2009-P
Emerson A.S. Moore2008-P
Jennifer S. Myung1998-P
Leila Jones Shields1993-P
Justin J. Yi2006-P

Andover Fund Contacts
Stephen M. Rodriguez, Director of Annual Giving
Mariel Capulli Coordinator
Kristin Faivre Marketing & Stewardship Manager
Sara P. Messier Assistant Director, 20th and 25th Reunion 
Lucas D. Simpson Assistant Director, Abbot Classes, 45th Reunion, and 55th Reunion and beyond 
Katherine Solomini Assistant Director, 30th, 35th, and 40th Reunions
 Hallee Quinn Administrative Assistant
Julia Seigel Assistant Director for Young Alumni & Student Philanthropy, Senior Class Gift, and 5th, 10th, and 15th reunions

The Annual Giving Board is a valuable sounding board to the Office of Academy Resources for fund-raising policies and strategies. Its mission is threefold:

  1. to broaden the base of alumni advice and support to ensure a more successful annual class and reunion giving campaign;
  2. to educate board members and provide them an opportunity to influence the outcome of the annual fund raising program at Andover; and
  3. to advise the Annual Giving team in areas of solicitation strategy and implementation and in the recruitment and involvement of volunteers.

Members are alumni/ae who are class agents or otherwise actively engaged in fund-raising for Andover.  To learn more about becoming an agent, view the job description here.

Short Term Objectives

  • Teamwork Alignment
    Publish the work plans on teamwork and allow AGB members to align with working groups.
  • Andover Fund
    100% AGB participation in Andover Fund.
  • Stewardship and Recognition
    Strategize around how Andover could best leverage the Non Sibi Association in recognizing leadership donors while continuing to leverage the Bullfinch Loyalty Society, which recognizes members of the Andover community that give for two or more consecutive years.
  • Volunteer Training and Engagement
    Refine the Andover Fund Volunteer Guide and other training materials to best support agents and head agents with helpful information while planning for developing programming around regional trainings. Support the launch and development of Andover new VIP (volunteer information portal), available at

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Andover Fund Goals: 7,600 Alumni Donors

$11.5 Million for the Andover Fund