Visiting HIES on Sept. 9, Michael Henley '14 spoke with AP art students about his work in storyboarding.
Welcome HIES Alumni
Holy Innocents’ invites you to reconnect to your alma mater by attending alumni and school-wide events, volunteering on the Alumni Advisory Board, helping with alumni events, and giving back to help the students attending after you.
Stay connected through the website and sign in to our Alumni Community by clicking MyHIES at the upper righthand corner. Within the Alumni Community, alumni can update class notes, post announcements, and find members of their class. For assistance, call Tamika Weaver, Director of Alumni Relations and Special Events, at (404) 303-2150, ext. 181.
We look forward to meeting you all at football games, service events, alumni reunion weekend, the Pumpkin Bash, the Easter Eggstavaganza, and other HIES activities. If you have any questions, program ideas, or have any interest in the Alumni Advisory Board, please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
P.S. Join other HIES alumni on Facebook and LinkedIn to stay connected to Holy Innocents' and high school friends.
2019-2020 Alumni Advisory Board
Cara Puckett Roxland ’01, Jessica Bailey ’10, Christine Dial Buckler ’10, Laura Phillips Green ’04, Lily Rolader ’11, O’Neal Wanliss ’11, Andy Stroman ’08, Jackson Davis ’09, John Mitchell ‘09
The main goals of the Alumni Advisory Board are to provide continuous communication to alumni about the progress of Holy Innocents’ and solicit new perspectives from its current and former students. Holy Innocents’ wants to rekindle old relationships and develop new ones following the school’s mission.
All alumni are eligible to serve on the Alumni Advisory Board. The board will be comprised of 8-12 alumni at all times within a range of years of attendance to serve 1-3 year terms. We will have three meetings per year. Members are also responsible for attending Holy Innocents’ Alumni Events. Download more information here.
If you are interested in self-nominations or nominating someone else, please click on the nomination form. After completing the form, please email to Tamika Weaver, director of alumni relations and special events, or fax to (404) 303-2158.
Alumni Advisory Board Members
Jackson Davis ‘09, President
Laura Phillips Green ’04, President Elect
Jessica Bailey ‘10
Christine Dial Buckler ‘10
Sean Butkus ‘07
Michael Griffin ‘00
Julie Walker Grigsby ‘91
Kelly Voyles Kardian ‘91
John Mitchell ‘09
Lily Rolader ‘11
Cara Puckett Roxland ‘01
Andy Stroman ‘08
O’Neal Wanliss ‘11
Help Us Find These Lost Alumni!
|Katherine L. Schultz||Kathy||1996|
|William P. Thomas||Will||1996|
|Kimberly A. Campuzano||Kim||Perisino||1997|
|Christopher B. Chappell||Chris||1997|
|Kathryn N. Wegman||Kate||1997|
|Keith A. Cooper||Keith||1998|
|Mary M. Kyle||Mary||1998|
|George M. McCord||Michael||1998|
|Katie D. McKoy||Kamie||Harkins||1998|
|Laura H. Bond||Laura||1999|
|Lauren D. Friedrichs||Lauren||1999|
|Holly M. O'Keefe||Holly||1999|
|Katharine M. Duke||Kate||2000|
|Anthony J. Seichrist||Tony||2001|
|Dickson J. Vaughan||Dickson||2001|
|Jason V. Dee||Jason||2002|
|Noah K. Hauber||Noah||2002|
|Lawrence E. Gill||Larry||2003|
|Margaret K. Patrick||Margaret||2003|
|Rachel M. Small||Rachel||2003|
|Mary V. Coleman||Ginny||2004|
|Andrew R. Truitt||Andrew||2004|
|Brittany C. Bradshaw||Brittany||2005|
|Paul M. Duke||Paul||2006|
|Claire P. Sellers||Claire||2006|
|Lauren E. Taylor||Lauren||2006|
|Evan T. Britton||Evan||2007|
|Thomas C. Dickinson||Coston||2007|
|Andrew C. McMullen||Chase||2007|
|James K. Strait||Kyle||2008|
|Andrew C. Steinmetz||Drew||2009|
Sarah Borne ’14 is on a path to a career in acting that has always felt perfectly in character. After putting her talents to the test throughout high school and college with roles ranging from the true crime show “Your Worst Nightmare” to the classic “Goosebumps” series, the Atlanta native has graduated from Wake Forest University and is ready take on her hometown’s vibrant TV and film market
In 1998, when he was just 9-years-old, Sam Johnson watched from a hilltop as his village burned. His father lay dead somewhere below, one of the countless victims of rebel mayhem sweeping across Liberia. His mother hurried her five young children into the forest; then she led her family north, traveling at night to have a better chance of avoiding the roving militias.
From competitive Frisbee to her pursuit of a Ph.D., Christine Georgakakos ’11 welcomes all challenges in life and on the Appalachian Trail.
Class Reps 1972-1994
Katherine Clarke Buckner '87
Lea Conway '81
Charles Smith '86
Jill (Herndon) Littlefield
Audra (Mullen) Thompson
Kristin (Wolford) Tiliakos
Cara (Puckett) Roxland
Emily (Weprich) Campanella
Amy (Fore) Kane
Allyson (Young) Barganier
Mary Hollis Schmidt