St. Agnes Academy recently held the 14th annual Alumnae Hall of Fame ceremony honoring six outstanding women. The 2014 inductees are Frances James Metheny ’69, Lauren Sampietro Gossett ’85, Dr. Katherine Knapp ’86, Teri Jankowski Trotter ’89, Nicole Janda McNamee ’96, and Joy Rice. From conducting groundbreaking pediatric aids research to establishing a foundation to help women battling breast cancer, to excelling in business to advocating for those in our community with special needs, these women have made remarkable contributions to their community and churches, distinguished themselves in their careers, and supported the St. Agnes Academy mission. The St. Agnes Academy Hall of Fame was established in 2001 on the School’s 150th anniversary. The Hall of Fame honors those exceptional individuals who command respect within their careers, civic, or charitable endeavors, are devoted to the mission of St. Agnes Academy, contribute to the community, and exemplify the standards instilled at St. Agnes Academy. Pictured are the 2014 Hall of Fame honorees, front row, from left, Lauren Sampietro Gossett ’85, Nicole Janda McNamee ’96 and Joy Rice. Second row, from left, are Teri Jankowski Trotter ’89, Dr. Katherine Knapp ’86 and Frances James Metheny ’69.
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