Skip To Main Content

Volunteers

Without the help of our parent and alumni volunteers, the School would not be where it is today. Their drive to support our students and employees is second to none, and their continued dedication to the success of our school is truly inspiring. Look through to see our Parents' Council presidents and Alumni Council Presidents throughout the years as well as our Class Agents, Reunion Committees, and Grandparent Chairs. Learn about our Multicultural Alumni Partnership, and see the faces of volunteers at fundraising events.

Multicultural Alumni Partnership

 

MISSION STATEMENT

Belmont Hill’s Multicultural Alumni Partnership (MAP) strengthens relations among all Belmont Hill alumni to enhance the diversity, openness, and climate of the greater school community. MAP realizes these objectives through targeted programs, networking events, and community outreach, all in collaboration with past and present students, parents, faculty, staff, and trustees.

MAP DIRECTORS

Mehdi K. Alhassani ’02
Philmore Anderson IV ’82
David A. Antonelli, Jr. '06 
David A. Bright ’83 
Franklin O. Bright '00
Stephen W. Carr, Jr. ’93 
Caleb F. Collins ’93 
Albert A. Coombs III '03
Carl D. Dawson ’72 
Atakelti H. Desta ’05 
Groom Dinkneh ’09
Warren Q. Fields ’81
William A. Forde ’05 
Chukwuma Ekwelum '06
Nnaemeka C. Ekwelum ’08 
John T. Grady, Jr. ’66 
Dylan Hayre ’04
Jason H. Hurd ’90 
Ali S. Jafri '05
George W. Lynch II '88
Emmett E. Lyne ’77 
Gregory C. Paul ’09 
Aman Shah '10
David W. Walker ’82

MAP Speaker Series

The Multicultural Alumni Partnership (MAP) Speaker Series funded by the Diversity Initiative Fund aims to partner with speakers whose views, work, and experience aligns with our mission as a school to develop men of good character by educating them in mind, body, and spirit. Understanding the power of diversity is a critical part of building character. As such, the MAP Speaker Series strives to bring insightful speakers focused on diversity and inclusion directly to the Belmont Hill community. The series serves as a collective of voices with a diverse range of backgrounds, thoughts, and experiences. This collective will engage the boys on the topic of diversity and inclusion while enriching their development of true character.

Recent speakers include Caroline Randall Williams, Ibram X. Kendi, and Arshay Cooper. 

 

Learn more about MAP

Volunteer Efforts and Events Through the Years