CA Magazine

Fall 2019

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Sustaining CA

Sustaining CA

Concord Academy has become one of the first independent schools in the greater Boston area to adopt a holistic campus sustainability plan. Approved by the Board of Trustees in the spring, the plan defines targets in the categories of food, greenhouse gas reduction, building operations, and institutional support that the school has pledged to meet by its centennial in 2022.

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Feeding the Need

Feeding the Need

Seeing hunger in their communities, some CA alumnae/i have found their own ways to address it. Kezia Parsons Simister ’95 organizes donations to the Arlington, Mass., food pantry. Mim Locke ’64 lives and works at the Martin de Porres House of Hospitality in San Francisco. And Mallory Cerkleski ’16 manages a mobile farmer’s market that serves urban customers in Greensboro, N.C.

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ALUMNAE/I PROFILES

Kim Holden ’84: Doula by Design

Kim Holden ’84: Doula by Design

A life-changing trip to Nepal led this acclaimed architect to change careers and open her business, Doula X Design. “Now I’m helping one woman at a time, one family at a time,” she says.

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Mike Pappas ’10: Freedom of Voice

Mike Pappas ’10: Freedom of Voice

The CEO and co-founder of Modulate, a startup that creates “voice skins” that alter people’s voices for online use, weighs in on the risks and benefits of this new technology.

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ONLINE EXCLUSIVES

Haines and Hobson Renovations Near Completion

Haines and Hobson Renovations Near Completion

This year, construction has been steadily underway on the common room, campus residences, and facilities connecting the historic Haines and Hobson houses — work that will usher in remarkable changes in the residential landscape of West Campus.

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