Alumni Class Ambassadors

The main role of a class ambassador is to keep your classmates connected to JTD and to one another while maintaining a strong relationship with the School community. Please see below for a list of class contacts. If you are interested in becoming a class ambassador, please contact Carolyn Crosson.

Responsibilities

  • Send out two annual emails to your class to collect class notes for the Greyhound Newsletters.
  • Send information to your class about School-wide events including Holiday Carols, the Fair and regional or local alumni events.
  • Assist in planning any class milestone Reunion events (i.e. 10, 20, 30-year Reunions).
  • Help update demographic information (such as mailing addresses and emails) for members of your class. Assist JTD’s Advancement Office by trying to find “lost” classmates.
  • If possible, attend two annual conference calls with Director of Development and Head of School.  
  • Make an annual contribution to the Annual Fund (There is no minimum amount to give. We just want to ensure that 100% of our class representatives make a gift to the Annual Fund.)
  • Class Representatives are encouraged to send out one email asking their classmates to participate in the Annual Fund.
  • Write thank you notes to classmates that have contributed to the Annual Fund.

Time Commitment

  • 5-10 hours annually (including two annual conference calls)
  • Class Ambassador Position is a two-year commitment with an option to extend if desired.  

Ambassadors

Scott Cook '75
Erik Laykin '76
Jennifer Belushi '80
John Rosenberg '82
Jane Mass '83
Jennifer    Simms '84
Amber Handman    '85
Adrienne    Tourtelot '85
Elizabeth Vargas    '85
Amy Clayton '86
Jessica    Graham '87
Ellen Shallman    '87
Neha Wickramasekaran '87
Stephanie Praw '88
Jeffrey Ehrenpreis '89
Mark Tronstein '90
Julie Bobb '91
Michael Bornstein '91
Jillian Roscoe '91
Lindsay Weinstock '91
Suzanne Berkman '92
Bradley Lundy '92
Leila Nasseri-Vavra '92
Breton Slater '92
Allison Corrigan '93
Daniel Flesh '93
Dara Weeden '93
Lauren Goulston '94
Adam Margolis '94
Tyler Lemkin '95
Emily Meyer '95
Ashley Peterson '95
Jennifer Anger '96
Alexandra Dowd '96
Kate Mulling '96
Brian Murray '96
Hayden Slater '96
Mary Corman '97
Kate Fishbach '97
Caitlin Hartigan '97
Hillary Janneck '97
James Waldeck '97
Rachel Crowley '98
Mark Korshak '98
Kelly Penrose '98
Powell Evan 98
Brittany Champion '99
Lucy Fisher '99
Allegra Hussey '99
Deanna Ingram '99
Hillary Mow Cervieri '99
Kyle Briggs '00
Milan Cox '00
Ryan Calvert '01
Jason Vahn '01
Hannah Bender '02
Preston Fielding '03
Shelby Layne '03
Matthew Calvert '04
Adam Rubin '04
Jane Bender '05
Natalie Kram '05
Gwendolyn Lee '06
Taylor Wong '06
Lexi Mohr '07
Alexandra Murray '07
Kelly Crosson '08
Samuel Roberts '14
Eli Nickoll '15
Annabelle Nickoll '17
Alex Nickoll '19

The John Thomas Dye School


11414 Chalon Road
Los Angeles, CA 90049
Phone: (310) 476-2811
The John Thomas Dye School admits students of any race, color, religion, sexual orientation, or national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic or other school-administered programs.

Located In Los Angeles, CA, John Thomas Dye is an independent school for grades K-6. Students benefit from a challenging academic program, fine arts, competitive athletics, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.