Bob Mueller was named the sixth Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation on September 4, 2001, a week before the terrorist attacks of 9/11. He is widely credited with transforming the Bureau from a traditional law enforcement agency to a threat-based, intelligence-led national security organization.
Thanks to everyone who helped make Alumni Weekend 2017 unforgettable!
Check out the information below for highlights and photos from the weekend.
SAVE THE DATE FOR ALUMNI WEEKEND 2018: MAY 18 & 19, 2018
COME CELEBRATE AND REUNITE WITH CLASSES ENDING IN 3s AND 8s!
If you are interested in serving on your Reunion Committee, please email
Director of Alumni Giving, Kaylie Keesling at email@example.com.
|Highest Dollars Raised||Class of 1982|
|Highest Donors||Class of 2012|
|Highest Participation||Class of 1967|
Dafna Tapiero has dedicated herself to alleviating poverty and safeguarding vulnerable populations around the world. She worked for over 20 years at the World Bank Group, developing and implementing financial, environmental and regulatory systems to guide investment opportunities that would benefit developing countries.
As Director of Education at the Marcia D. Smith School in Gaithersburg, MD, Alix Warren provides educational, residential and employment opportunities for children and adults with autism and developmental disabilities. She builds relationships with students and families to address maladaptive behaviors and discover skills that foster success.
Holly Burks Becker was an All American athlete at PDS where she played field hockey, basketball, ice hockey and lacrosse and served as president of the Athletic Association. At Dartmouth, she played varsity field hockey and lacrosse for four years. She captained the field hockey team, was named to the All-Ivy First Team and established a scoring record that stood for 20 years.