Erica Corbin Boursiquot ’00has worked tirelessly for ten years to build relationships with Seton’s Alumnae. She is passionate about Seton and instills that love in all who come in contact with her. Seton would not be where it is today were it not for Erica’s strong connections with alumnae, former and current parents, and staff members.
Carol Bragg ’65worked for NASA after graduating from Seton and then returned to her alma mater in 1973 as a teacher and a basketball coach. After accomplishing her dream of becoming a nurse, Carol spent her entire nursing career at Prince George’s Hospital Center. After caring for so many people, Carol’s final years demanded the humility of allowing others to care lovingly for her until she passed away on November 1, 2019.
Ginny Pontiousspent fifteen years at Seton. She first joined the staff in 1982 as a physical education and health teacher. She also became the varsity basketball coach where she raised Seton’s reputation to one of respect and high regard. Later, she became Seton’s second Athletic Director, emphasizing the values of hard work, integrity, and team spirit.
James N. Leary first became involved with Seton while serving as the Commissioner of the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference between 2007 and 2014. Since that time, Jim has been a Board Member, a trusted advisor, a valued friend, a generous donor, and an avid ROADRUNNER!
Laurie Stascavage Maier ’79 was nominated by the middle school students she teaches and coaches at St. Mary’s School in Landover Hills. Laurie was a three-sport athlete at Seton and then returned as a volleyball coach in the 1980s winning two championships. Her long list of athletic and academic awards and accolades is extremely impressive.
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