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Saint George’s School Alumni

If you attended our school, Saint George’s School Alumni (SGSA) is YOU! By virtue of your walk across the Graduation Bridge or departure from the school in good standing prior to 12th grade, you are a member. As alumni of Saint George’s, you experienced the unique opportunity to receive not only an outstanding education; you were also an integral part of an environment that provided both staff and students with a sense of community and belonging.

With 1,100+ members throughout the country and over 500 in the Inland Northwest alone, SGSA strives to connect our alumni across professional industries, geographic regions, and graduating classes.

SGSA encourages all of our members to continue to be active in the community long after they leave the school. This continued commitment of our alumni is part of what truly allows Saint George’s School to continue its reputation as the area’s best school, as well as a tradition of excellence.

Alumni Profiles

A Saint George’s education can take you anywhere you want in the world. Researching ways to extend electric vehicle batteries, writing novels, commanding troops, editing a foreign policy magazine, learning to treat sports-related injuries, and teaching about aquatic ecology are just a few of the options that these recent SGS grads have pursued in their education and careers. The opportunities are endless with the preparation that you get at Saint George’s School.

I graduated from Cornell with a degree in materials science and engineering. The pandemic was a significant disruption for my last semester, with lab and campus access suspended. I’m going to ETH Zurich (a public research university) for my master’s degree in energy science and technology to pursue my interest in battery-related materials, especially for electric vehicles.

Jennifer Wang ‘16

I graduated from West Point in 2018, majoring in Military History with Thesis (Honors) and Spanish. As a First Lieutenant in the Field Artillery, I’m stationed in Germany with the frontline troops. When I become a Captain in a few years, I will switch to the Military Intelligence branch. I have experienced how rewarding, demanding, and occasionally difficult it is to manage the lives of individuals ranging from 17 to 35 years old from all walks of life.

Peter Worrall ‘14

I currently live in Egypt and work as an editor for The Cairo Review of Global Affairs, a foreign policy magazine covering the Middle East and North Africa. Prior to this, I worked as a graduate researcher on Iran, an Americorps VISTA for a domestic violence shelter in Anchorage, AK, an (unwilling) SAT tutor, and a copy-editor for Egypt’s media website Ahram Online. I completed my Bachelor’s degree in World Affairs at Hamilton College in 2012, and my Master’s in security and diplomacy at Texas A&M in 2015.

Leslie Cohen ‘08

I finished my Bachelor of Science at UCLA with a major in Biology and a minor in Evolutionary Medicine. After finishing my MD degree at California North State University College of Medicine in Sacramento, I hope to eventually run a private practice with an emphasis on sports-related injuries. I am also interested in developing more effective ways of providing universal health care to those who fall through the cracks of our current healthcare system.

Adithya Shekhar ‘14

I’ve always enjoyed writing stories, and I’ve known all my life that I wanted to be an author. I signed a two-book contract with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, and my first book, a literary novel titled Black River, was published in 2015 under the name S.M. Hulse.” Sarah’s second novel, Eden Mine, received Christianity Today’s 2021 Book Award for best work of fiction.

Sarah Hulse ‘02

I’m a professor in the Biology department at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, AR. My specialty is aquatic ecology, primarily related to water quality and how biota like invertebrates respond to environmental stressors. I was thrilled to get this position, as it is a very competitive job market. I also am lucky to have an ideal balance between teaching and research.

Hal Halvorson ‘07

I graduated from Cornell with a degree in materials science and engineering. The pandemic was a significant disruption for my last semester, with lab and campus access suspended. I’m going to ETH Zurich (a public research university) for my master’s degree in energy science and technology to pursue my interest in battery-related materials, especially for electric vehicles.

Jennifer Wang ‘16

I graduated from West Point in 2018, majoring in Military History with Thesis (Honors) and Spanish. As a First Lieutenant in the Field Artillery, I’m stationed in Germany with the frontline troops. When I become a Captain in a few years, I will switch to the Military Intelligence branch. I have experienced how rewarding, demanding, and occasionally difficult it is to manage the lives of individuals ranging from 17 to 35 years old from all walks of life.

Peter Worrall ‘14

I currently live in Egypt and work as an editor for The Cairo Review of Global Affairs, a foreign policy magazine covering the Middle East and North Africa. Prior to this, I worked as a graduate researcher on Iran, an Americorps VISTA for a domestic violence shelter in Anchorage, AK, an (unwilling) SAT tutor, and a copy-editor for Egypt’s media website Ahram Online. I completed my Bachelor’s degree in World Affairs at Hamilton College in 2012, and my Master’s in security and diplomacy at Texas A&M in 2015.

Leslie Cohen ‘08

I finished my Bachelor of Science at UCLA with a major in Biology and a minor in Evolutionary Medicine. After finishing my MD degree at California North State University College of Medicine in Sacramento, I hope to eventually run a private practice with an emphasis on sports-related injuries. I am also interested in developing more effective ways of providing universal health care to those who fall through the cracks of our current healthcare system.

Adithya Shekhar ‘14

I’ve always enjoyed writing stories, and I’ve known all my life that I wanted to be an author. I signed a two-book contract with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, and my first book, a literary novel titled Black River, was published in 2015 under the name S.M. Hulse.” Sarah’s second novel, Eden Mine, received Christianity Today’s 2021 Book Award for best work of fiction.

Sarah Hulse ‘02

I’m a professor in the Biology department at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, AR. My specialty is aquatic ecology, primarily related to water quality and how biota like invertebrates respond to environmental stressors. I was thrilled to get this position, as it is a very competitive job market. I also am lucky to have an ideal balance between teaching and research.

Hal Halvorson ‘07

Governance & Leadership

Several dedicated alumni and former students living across the United States make up the Saint George’s School Alumni Board of Directors. The Board meets quarterly and is dedicated to upholding the Saint George’s School Alumni mission and developing the organization’s strategic goals.

Saint George’s School Alumni is managed by a small group of working alumni professionals. These Executive Leaders meet biweekly and are tasked with co-developing and implementing the organization’s strategic plan, as well as aligning the organization with Saint George’s School.

Board of Directors

Gerhard Muelheims ’10
Chairman, Board of Directors

Bob Jones ’82
Chairman, Board of Directors

Tyler (Ty) Cowles-Meyer ’13
Member, Board of Directors

Jacob Heimbigner ’11
Member, Board of Directors

Andrew (Andy) Hoye ’65
Member, Board of Directors

William (Will) Tender ’14
Member, Board of Directors

Madison (Madie) Ward ’17
Member, Board of Directors

Executive Leadership

Tyson Bostrom ’11
President, Saint George’s School Alumni

Caroline Hammett ’16
Vice President of Finance, Saint George’s School Alumni

Hunter Olsen ’14
Vice President of Development, Saint George’s School Alumni

Malinda Wagstaff ’16
Vice President of Communications, Saint George’s School Alumni

Members of the Saint George’s Alumni Board strive to:

Encourage

Encourage alumni to maintain a strong sense of identity with and commitment to Saint George’s School.

Participate

Work with School Advancement to produce ongoing SGS events, programs, and activities.

Communicate

Communicate with alumni to contribute their varied resources to students, faculty, and other alumni.

Support

Help alumni utilize the available connections and experiences of other alumni and the school as meaningful benefits throughout their lives, both professionally and personally.

Promote

Positively represent the school in the Spokane community and beyond.

Sustain

Bridge the gap between current alumni and soon-to-be alumni to encourage long-term relationships with the school.

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