Alumni from different decades arrived on campus to meet with eighth-graders and share about their careers. The visitors represented four areas addressed by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a global partnership among all countries to improve our world. Eighth graders are focusing on the SDGs for their capstone projects this spring. Thank you to our alumni for their work and their time!
Environment: Sara Gutterman ’88, CEO Green Builder Media, and Tori Thompson ’06, Project Manager at Keystone Policy Center
Sustainable Communities: Scott Hamman ’96, Principal at Nest Architectural Design, and Chris Sanchez ’87, Hydrogeologist and Principal at Bishop-Brogden
Peace and Justice: Anna Holland ’93 Edwards, Civil Rights Attorney, and Jessica Perrill ’93, Senior Assistant Attorney General
Poverty – Impacts and Systems: Trini Rodriguez ’89, Senior Vice President, Public Finance at D.A. Davidson, and Kate McCallum ’04, Clinical Psychologist at Denver Health
Graland Country Day School is a private school in Denver, Colorado, serving students in preschool, kindergarten, elementary, and middle school. Founded in Denver in 1924, Graland incorporates a rich, experiential learning approach in a traditional classroom setting, emphasizing the development of globally and socially conscious leaders who excel academically.