As alums of Philadelphia Futures and White-Williams Scholars, you are members of a very special community. We hope that in the years to come, you'll maintain strong ties to the organization, and remain actively involved in our work. An Alumni Network will provide support, guidance and professional contacts to your alums and to current students.
Share your milestones with the Alumni Network. Perhaps you’ve started a new position, received a promotion at work, purchased a home, gotten married or engaged, or received an award in the community? We want to hear about it so we can celebrate your accomplishment, and share the news with your classmates!
Sponsor-A-Scholar Alumni Updates
Blakeley Cooper ’94 is working as a Senior Technology Analyst for Pfizer; he also just finished serving as the President of the Fairways at Green Meadows Homeowners Association for four years.
Vincent Costello ’03 holds a Master’s degree for Clinical Social Work from Bryn Mawr College and is presently working as a Psychiatric Rehabilitation Counselor at Project Transition.
Abbigail Glen ’06 holds a Master’s of Arts in Africana Studies from The University at Albany. She works as the Human Resources Associate for Women Against Abuse.
Andrea Edwards ’06 earned her Master’s in Gerontological Services with a Human Services Administration option from Saint Joseph’s University, and is presently working as a Service Coordinator for JEVS Human Services.
Jodie Chan ’07 is working towards earning her Masters of Science Leadership from Rosemont College while working for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia in the Office of Catholic Education as an Elementary School Administrative Assistant.
Symone Kelly ’07 earned her Master’s in Social Work from Bryn Mawr College and is a Social Worker for Lower Bucks Hospital.
Farrad McLaughlin ’10 is putting his degree in Sports Management from Indiana University of Pennsylvania to great use as an Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach at Cabrini College, as well as working for Staffing Plus.
As you’re building your career, we hope that you’ll remember the responsibility that accompanies success. We encourage you to remain involved with Philadelphia Futures and help the next generation of students to fulfill their potential.