Stoneleigh-Burnham School alumnae strive to live with purpose and meaning. They inspire and challenge others around them to enrich their communities and the world. They distinguish themselves in myriad ways, reimagining the limits of their own potential.
To honor alumnae who have stood out amongst their peers, Stoneleigh-Burnham School created the Distinguished Alumna Award in 2010. This award is presented annually and bestows institutional recognition on one alumna who has distinguished herself in her personal or professional life, in her intellectual pursuits, or in her dedication to service of community, country or society. The Distinguished Alumna Award serves also to inspire the entire Stoneleigh-Burnham School community—students, alumnae, staff and faculty alike—to strive ‘to become their best selves’ in their pursuit of a meaningful life.
To nominate and alumna for this award, please email Kathleen Tuck Fontaine ’83 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presented to the class representing the 50th Anniversary of the merged Schools of Stoneleigh-Prospect Hill and Mary A. Burnham. The 2019 Distinguished Alumnae Award acknowledges the strength and determination found among the members of the Class of 1969 who rose to the challenges presented to them in 1968.
Director of Dermatologic Surgery and Chair of Department of Dermatology, UMass Memorial Medical Center
Professor, University of Massachusetts Medical School
Green Building, Sustainability and Design Professional
Executive Director – Corporate Sustainability
KEO INTERNATIONAL CONSULTANTS
Previous Awards and Recognition
Leader of the Year – 2015
Middle East Consultant
Cityscape Global Awards – Sustainability Judge
Cityscape Global 2015
Principal of the Year – 2012
The Middle East Architecture Awards
Sustainability Leadership Award – 2012
Asian Leadership Awards
Harvard Real Estate Consortium Grant for Excellence in Real Estate – 2008