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An Enviable Alumnae Network

For over 60 years, Regina Dominican has proudly educated and empowered more than 10,000 women. And, these women are impressive.

Today, our alumnae make a positive impact in communities around the world, embodying the values instilled in them during their time at Regina Dominican. Serving as leaders, experts in their fields, and community builders, our students are fortunate to have such powerful role models for inspiration. 

Best yet, as mentors to our future leaders, Regina Dominican Alumnae offer our current students and other alumnae strong support. Whether you are looking for industry-specific education, advice, internships, jobs, or other needs, tap into our impressive Regina Dominican alumnae of doctors, lawyers, nurses, artists, teachers, authors, chefs, politicians, engineers, dancers, business women, and architects for help. Our alumnae share their best advice and learnings with our future leaders-in-training at monthly lunches, all-school assemblies, and other experiential leadership opportunities.

Hear what Regina Dominican has meant to our alumnae and why they feel strongly about supporting our school.

Regina Dominican Alumnae


"My education at Regina is what makes me the strong woman I am today. As long as I am able, I will continue to support the work you all do." - Mary Cathlin Sullivan '02


"I support Regina because they supported me when I needed it. They created an opportunity for me that's been endless. I support Regina because they paved the way for me as a young girl and it's molded me into a powerful woman. Thank you, Regina. It is because of you that I have been able to accomplish my dreams and I continue to work on pursuing more! Thank you for giving me a vision and the courage to follow my passion! Thank you for giving me an eye and heart for helping others." - Latoya Winters '07, MSW


"The four years at Regina were some of the happiest years in life - formative in the foundation of friendships built and new things learned - some of my favorite: French and Dance. It wasn't until a bit later in life, that I came to fully appreciate the advantage of being educated in an all-girls high school - learning without distractions, in a supportive, encouraging environment that built confidence and character." - Elizabeth La Porte-Stott '78

"My Regina experience was a time when I was able to thrive socially, intellectually, spiritually and emotionally. I want the same for today's students!" - Mary Cooper Bush '07