Alumni Events

List of 5 events.

  • Alumni Virtual Talk with AndrĂ© Robert Lee

    An Evening of Conversation and Exploration around Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion with André Robert Lee

    Thursday, May 6, 2021
    6:00 P.M. • Keynote from André Lee
    6:25 P.M. • Breakout Sessions
    6:45 P.M. • Final Debrief

    Join us Thursday, May 6, at 6:00 p.m. for a conversation around Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion with André Robert Lee.

    This thought-provoking virtual discussion will be anchored with a keynote from André, who will then pose questions to the community in a facilitated session, followed by breakout rooms with smaller focus groups. The evening will conclude with a final large group debrief and discussion. 

    André brings a wealth of experience as a filmmaker, keynote speaker, consultant, writer, educator, and founder of Many Things Management. His entire career has been committed to building an army of change agents. He has worked with New York City Public Schools, The Ford Foundation, Miramax Films, Urbanworld, Film Movement, Diana Ross, BET, Universal, PBS, HBO, Sundance, Picturehouse, and Dreamworks.

    André directed and produced The Prep School Negro, which has been on a worldwide tour over the past 12 years. He additionally served as producer on the documentary I’m Not Racist… Am I?

    After receiving a fellowship in 2013, André directed and produced the 12-month series Life Cycles of Inequity: A Colorlines Series on Black Men. André also created The Election Effect for Paramount TV and Virtually Free, the story of incarcerated youth in Richmond, Virginia, which has won best short documentary at a few film festivals.

    André serves as executive producer on his latest film, The Road to Justice, which documents the Civil Rights Tours he has led throughout the American South. He is in the process of developing a short documentary for Strayer Studies in partnership with Blackhouse (Sundance), which will be used in Strayer University online classes with an effort to bring lessons to real life.

    André has been leading the cause for the development of a feature film or series on the life and times of Bayard Rustin.

    Currently teaching filmmaking at Germantown Friends School, André has curated a film program for their middle and upper schools. André has also served as a professor of writing at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. 
  • Alumni COVID-19 Discussion: One Year Later and All Alumni Board Meeting

    Join us as we speak with Dr. Annie Luetkemeyer ’84 and Dr. Keith Flaherty ’83 about their groundbreaking research and experiences related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Alumni will also receive a School update from Head Master Andrew Holmgren and have the opportunity to submit questions to each of our guests. We hope you will join us!
    Dr. Annie Luetkemeyer ’84 is a professor of medicine and infectious diseases at the University of California, San Francisco, and a physician at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, where she specializes in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), tuberculosis, and viral hepatitis. Since the pandemic began, she has been involved in trials on potential treatments, including the IV anti-viral drug remdesivir.
    Dr. Keith Flaherty ’83 is the director of clinical research at the Massachusetts General Cancer Center in Boston. He currently leads a team of high-profile infectious disease experts and immunologists who are developing and maintaining a portfolio of the most effective therapeutics for COVID-19.
  • Reunion 2021: All Alumni Virtual Happy Hour

    Calvert alumni are invited to join us Saturday, May 8, at 5:00 P.M. for a virtual happy hour. During this fun virtual event, alumni can look forward to reconnecting with friends and former classmates while learning to create a delicious cocktail.

    Sign up early! The first 25 registrants will snag a free Calvert cocktail kit — complete with shaker and drink ingredients — that will be sent to their homes ahead of the event. Please be advised that cocktail kits are restricted to registrants aged 21 years or older.
  • Reunion 2021: Milestone Reunion Virtual Gatherings

    Are you celebrating your 25th, 50th, or 75th Calvert reunion? Join us Saturday, May 8, at 6:00 P.M. for a virtual class dinner! Registrants will have a food kit provided to be enjoyed during the event.

    If you would like to receive a food kit, you must register by Saturday, May 1.

    This year, our reunion dinners will celebrate the following classes:
    Class of 1945 · Class of 1946
    Class of 1970 · Class of 1971
    Class of 1995 · Class of 1996

    Kindly do not register if you are not a member of one of these classes.
  • Alumni Virtual Talk with Joan Aleshire '50

    Alumni are invited to join us Thursday, May 20, at 12:00 P.M. as we speak with poet and Calvert alumna Joan Aleshire '50! Joan was a member of the Warren Wilson MFA poetry faculty for 30 years, from 1983 through 2013. She has published six books of poetry, as well as multiple essays and translations.

    She lives in Vermont, where she started a library and later founded the Shrewsbury Agricultural Education & Arts Foundation, or SAGE, an organization that supports sustainable farming and the arts.

    She is currently at work on a novel. Her virtual alumni talk will focus on Happily, her book of poetry published in 2012, which examines a childhood of privilege and difference in a remarkable Baltimore family during the 1940s and '50s.

    We will talk about her time at Calvert, which is captured in the book, and the way the combination of creativity and structure shaped her.
2021 Alumni Reunion is Saturday, May 8, 2021 
Classes ending in ‘0’, ‘1’, ‘5’, and ‘6’ will be celebrated. 

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  • Christina Taler 

    Director of Alumni Engagement
    (410) 243-6054 x 198

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