Greens Farms Academy

An Independent Co-Ed Day School For Grades PreK-12


Alumni Council


Working as ambassadors to unite all alumni with one another and GFA today: communication; orchestrating meaningful events; supporting the school with time and treasure; maintaining life-long relationships and networking to better serve our school and help one another achieve both career and personal goals.


Carl G. Anderson III, '97

Michelle Gallagher Backus, '00

James Bebon, '83, President

Nicole Ganim Brightbill, '95

Nicole A. Chardavoyne, '95

Emily B. Clifford, '02

Michelle E. Cole, '01

Nicholas D'Addario, '04

Rebecca Brock Dixon, '95

Josh Fishkin, '92

Mari Bebon Flicker, '82

Kathleen M. Hennessy, '75

Matthew S. Hintsa, '06

Tracy Wheeler Lennon, '82

Sefra A. Levin, '03

Martha Gates Lord, Ed.D., '74

Sasha S. Mack, '09

Olivia Newhouse, '06

Michele M. Orris-Modugno, '76

Gioia J. Riccio, M.D., ‘84

Christopher E.G. Saxe, '74

Rosamond Koether Stephanak, '82

Elizabeth McKinney Tritschler, '78

Alexa Wheeler, '84

Mentorship Programs

Global Studies (Upper School)

The Reader Project offers alumni the opportunity to work with GFA students pursuing a diploma with a concentration in Global Studies on their global thesis projects. The time commitment is around 10 hours per year. Readers are matched with students based on their relevant expertise or background in the topic. Please fill out this simple form to sign up for the Reader Project. If you have any questions about the Reader Project, please contact Victor Llanque Zonta, Director of the World Perspectives Program.

Nonprofit (Middle School)

GFA alumni who work in the nonprofit sector have the experience and expertise our eighth grade students need as they create and pitch their own nonprofit organization in the spring semester. For information about how you can be a resource for this year's eighth graders, please contact Middle School teachers, Kate Remsberg and/or Griffen Stabler.