What you can do ...
Explore opportunities to get involved at WMA! WMA alumni volunteers can serve the alumni community, as well as the Academy in many ways. The Office of Advancement and the Atlas Fund co-chairs work with volunteers to keep alumni connected, increase philanthropic support to the Academy, plan events and bring alumni speakers back to campus. We hope you’ll get involved, in any way you can!
How would you like to help?
Atlas Fund Co-Chairs
Mike Dolaher '90
Years at WMA: 1985-1990
Sports/Clubs/Extracurriculars: Captain of Varsity Hockey and Lacrosse, Class Secretary and Student Senate,newspaper
College: B.A. - University of New Hampshire; MBA - Suffolk University
Current Job Title/Employer: Field Director, Strategic Partnerships, Financial Institutions at Pacific Life Insurance Company Retirement Solutions Division
Favorite teacher at WMA: Don Nicholson ’79
Favorite memory from WMA: “Winning the Division 2 Connecticut Valley League Lacrosse Championship in 1988 and 1989!”
Liz Wagoner '01
Years at WMA: 1996-2001
Sports/Clubs/Extracurriculars: Cross Country and Lacrosse
College: B.A. - Bates College; MEd - Boston University
Current Job Title/Employer: Director of Online MBA Admissions, Boston University, Questrom School of Business
Favorite teacher at WMA: “It’s a tie between Mr. Cook and Mr. Warburton '86.''
Favorite memory from WMA: “When I think about my favorite memories from WMA, aside from the academics and athletics, what I really loved was hanging out in the lobby of Rich Hall, with friends.”
Steff Robbins '10
Years at WMA: 2003-2010
Sports/Clubs/Extracurriculars: Captain of Varsity Field Hockey and Skiing, Varsity Lacrosse, Model UN, Bicentennial Scholars, Peer Counselors, Writing Center Tutor, Gold Key
College: B.S. - Boston College
Current Job Title/Employer: Senior Consultant (Strategy), C Space
Favorite teacher at WMA: Gary Cook
Favorite memory from WMA: “Going on the first trip to the Amazon led by Brian Easler and Erik Kindblom. It was a bunch of nervous, outgoing students together for nearly two weeks bonding over new foods, big bugs, wild animals and practical jokes. It was fun (and surprising) to get to know teachers outside of the Academy halls without homework or dress codes.”