Board members of the Middlebury Alumni Association outdoors on the Breadloaf Campus at a 2023 fall retreat

Middlebury is a lifetime experience. The mission of the Middlebury Alumni Association (MAA) is to connect all alumni to each other and to Middlebury in mutually beneficial ways—fostering a community that is not limited to time or place.

2024 Trustee and Board Directors

Welcome to our newest leaders of the MAA! Their terms start July 1, 2024.

Meet the New MAA Leaders

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We want to hear from you!

Your voice and perspectives are important in shaping the priorities and work of the MAA. Please share your thoughts in this short survey.

Current Board Priorities

  • Increasing community engagement (including mentoring and networking) for all Middlebury alumni, and measuring progress.
  • Engaging and supporting alumni of color and other alumni identity networks.
  • Partnering with the Office of Advancement and Office of Communications and Marketing to increase alumni feedback opportunities.
  • Supporting Envisioning Middlebury and the upcoming fundraising and engagement campaign.

The MAA Board of Directors meets regularly via Zoom and in person twice a year. Its work is guided by the MAA Constitution, which was most recently revised in 2016. 

Alumni Leaders

The Nominating Committee of the Middlebury Alumni Association selects a slate of candidates for alumni trustee open positions and for the MAA Board of Directors. Alumni trustees are Middlebury College alumni nominated by the Middlebury Alumni Association Board of Directors and presented to the Board of Trustees. Candidates are presented to the alumni association on an annual slate and serve five-year terms. Candidates for the MAA Board are also presented on an annual slate and serve two-year terms.

Alumni Awards

The board reviews nominations for and votes on the annual Alumni Achievement Awards and Alumni Plaque Award.


The Middlebury Alumni Association was founded in 1824, in order “to revive the collections of academic life—to cherish a laudable zeal for the advancement of literature and science and particularly for the prosperity of our Alma Mater.”

Today, MAA represents alumni from Middlebury College, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, Language Schools, and Bread Loaf School of English.

Board of Directors

MAA is led by a board of directors, which focuses on the many ways alumni can stay engaged with Middlebury, including the alumni admissions program, alumni career services, regional programming, young alumni programs, academic programming, annual giving, diversity initiatives, alumni nominations, and communications.

David Ellis ’09
Los Angeles, California
Casey Mahoney ’11, MANPTS ’12
Graduate Schools Liaison
Washington, DC
Hannah Burnett ’10
Vice President
Winooski, Vermont
Nia Robinson ’19
DEI Liaison
Chicago, Illinois
Janine Hetherington ’95, P’24
Past President
Williamstown, Massachusetts
Mohan Renganathan ’96
Nominating Chair
Montclair, New Jersey
Heidi Howard Allen ’99
Chapter Representative
Cumberland Center, Maine
Julisa Salas ’10
Chapter Representative
New York, New York
Catherine Blizzard ’20
Chapter Representative
Boston, Massachusetts
Sebastian Sanchez ’18
Midd2Midd Liaison
Brooklyn, New York
Steve Bouchard ’76
Admissions Liaison
Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Beth Prasse Seeley ’70
Class Correspondent Liaison
Silverthorne, Colorado
Jasmin Johnson ’05
Secretary, Class Correspondent Liaison
Zurich, Switzerland
Laura Woodward Tufts ’03
Admissions Liaison
Marblehead, Massachusetts
  Beth Dorion Wyer ’85
Campus Community Representative
Cornwall, Vermont

Ex-Officio Members

Meg Storey Groves ’85, Associate Vice President for Alumni Relations
Beth Connor, Director, Alumni and Parent Programs

Ex-Officio Alumni Trustees

Koby Altman ’04
Zachary Bourque ’01
Denver G. Edwards ’88
Anne Davis Peterson ’85
Shawn Ryan ’88
Danielle “Dani” Virtue ’82

Alumni and Families
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Middlebury, VT 05753