Math whiz and teacher extraordinare, Meghan Cassidy '05 is quickly growing followers and loyal customers in Washington with her passion - baking. @meghan_bakes on Instagram, her cookies are creative and her attention to detail supreme.
Megan Lucey Rounsaville graduated in 1999 from Visitation, but she has remained close to her home on 35th Street. Right after her college graduation from Loyola University with a bachelor’s in elementary education, she started serving on our Alumnae Association Board. Megan was honored with the Margaret Mary Sheerin award at Reunion 2019.
Jamie Adasi is a conscious entrepreneur, director of faith and spirituality at the Mental Health Center of Denver, writer, speaker, and owner of Jamie Adasi Consulting, LLC. As a first-generation Nigerian-American and graduate of Visitation, Jamie's mission is to help people create the lives they desire through her practical and spiritual teachings.
Starting in high school, Jamie began her self-reflective work educating others about multicultural and social justice issues affecting the nation. Yesterday, she spoke at our 17th annual Diversity Day - an event she once helped plan as a student - about how to use Salesian Spirituality as a tool for social justice.
This year, due to the health concerns posed by COVID-19, Reunion Weekend has been moved to October 2-3. Please check back soon for registration information.
Campus may be closed, but the Visitation spirit is thriving!
Campus will be closed from Saturday, March 14 - Sunday, April 26. Classes are continuing via virtual learning through Friday, April 24 (check @visidc on Instagram to see what our teachers, students and alums are up to!). There will be no on-campus or school-sponsored events through April 26. Spring break will occur as scheduled from April 6 - 14. Our sincere hope is that we will be able to return to a normal school schedule beginning Monday, April 27.
Alums, Reunion Weekend has been rescheduled for October 2 & 3, 2020.
You are in the prayers of the Sisters every day, but particularly now as they pray for the health and well-being of everyone in the Visitation community. We ask that you keep them in your prayers as well.