Owen Gabbert '02 started his real estate development and construction company in 2012. We spoke with him about affordable housing and his co-living projects in Portland.
Alumni play an ongoing role in the life of the school by contributing their experience and understanding of school values to sustain our excellence for current students and future generations.
They provide mentorship to students, offer their expertise to guide student activities and projects, and share their knowledge in forums, surveys, and discussions. Their contributions to the world beyond Catlin Gabel are an ongoing source of pride for our community, and we celebrate their accomplishments in many ways including the annual presentation of our Distinguished Alumni Awards.
Alumni Portal Launched
- Network: Access an online alumni directory
- Campus News: Access past alumni e-news and get details on student plays, sporting events, guest speakers, and more
- Connect with Classmates: Plan your reunion, become a class rep, attend alumni events, and share class notes
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Rachel Cohen '90 has worked in global health for more than 20 years. Following up on her essay in the New York Times, we discussed equitable access to COVID-19 treatments, and lessons to be learned from the HIV epidemic.
The pediatric hematologist/oncologist and women’s leadership coach on the importance of advocating for physician self-care.
In its tenth year, the innovative Palma Scholars Program continues to inspire students and influence curriculum.
Upper School Physics teacher Marguerite McKean '04 is helping students develop their ability to communicate findings and ask questions in a meaningful way.
A profile of Athletics Director Kate Williams ’01, and what she values about the Catlin Gabel experience.
The relationship with Hyla Woods is an integral part of experiential learning at Catlin Gabel. Hyla Woods co-owners Peter Hayes ’74, Ben Hayes ’07, and Molly Hayes Martin ’10 spoke with us about their work in forestry.
An interview with the mechanical engineer, animal enthusiast, and artist on the joys of being an “interdisciplinary person.”