A Warm Welcome to Our TPS Alumni!
Our Alumni have always been an integral part of our community and it is with great joy that we welcome you back to school, whether for a formal event or a casual drop in. You are as important to us today as you were when you were a TPS student and we love to see your faces, hear your stories, and keep you up to date with all that is happening here, on and off campus.
Stay in Touch
We are interested in supporting your growth, hearing of your successes and connecting back with you and your family. Your feedback is important as we endeavor to reinvigorate our community. It is our goal to connect with you through reliable communication, local events and networking.
Questions or comments?
Please contact Fiona Duffy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 845-351-4737.
Dr. Sean Thomas is a graduate of the Class of ’96 whose trajectory from TPS includes Choate Rosemary Hall, and Brown University, where he was a captain of the Division 1 Track and Field Team. He is a licensed doctor of physical therapy in NYS and is the author of Be More Today, a book geared towards educating and inspiring others to reach for their potential in all areas of life.
Lauren Johnson attended TPS along with her two sisters Andrea ’96, and Alexis ’07. She has been a great supporter of the school. She served on the board of the first Alumni Council and organized and attended alumni events. She has since founded her own marketing company, The Hyacinth Group.
Alix Kennedy tells us about her memories of TPS and her life after graduation. The arts have played a big part in Alix’s life. Today, she is the Executive Director of the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art in Amherst, MA.
Although Lily Radziemski only attended TPS for a few years, it is the place where she made some good friends, focused on her academics, made an impact on her future course of study and her life. Lily is currently living in Paris as a journalist and is a contributor to the Washington Post and BBC Travel. Her articles include an interview with famed French chef Alain Ducasse and a trip to visit Marc Chagall’s home.
Liz Gunnison Dunn is a graduate of the Class of 1998 and has served the school in many capacities, first as a leader of the first Alumni Council and now as a Trustee. She has worked on the head of school search committee that led to the appointment of Stuart Johnson, acts as an alumni representative for the annual fund, and helps to organize, manage and populate alumni reunions. She is a James Beard Award nominated food writer, covering food and drink for such prestigious publications as The Wall Street Journal and Esquire Magazine, and has published two cook books. She lives in Manhattan with her husband, Andrew, and their three adorable sons.