Maya Nunn graduated from Mother McAuley in 2016. After her graduation at McAuley, Maya studied at the University of Missouri, where she earned her Bachelor’s in Journalism with a concentration in Public Relations and a minor in Spanish. She received her Master’s in Sports and Entertainment Promotion from the University of Houston, and currently works as an Account Executive for a public relations firm.
Kayla Caffey ‘16 made her mark at Mother McAuley as one of the best middle hitters and blockers the volleyball program has ever seen. After graduating from Mother McAuley, she went on to play NCAA Division 1 Women’s Volleyball at the University of Missouri (Mizzou) and currently at the University of Nebraska.
Pam Ingersol Saindon graduated from Mother McAuley in 1980 and went on to study Sociology at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. She is currently a Principal Attorney for the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago.
Paige Travis '10, currently "work[s] in communications and politics, and I just fell in love with writing and communications while in English classes at McAuley…McAuley had a lot to do with my career field, and I didn’t realize it until after graduating college.”
Congratulations to McAuley's very own, Katie Schumacher Cawley '97 on being named the next head coach of the Penn State Women's Volleyball team!
Congratulations to McAuley’s very own Abbey Murphy ‘20 for competing in the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics on the U.S. Olympic Women’s Ice Hockey Team!
After graduating from Mother McAuley, she continued her studies at Marquette University and received her Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing. Marianne Kwiatkowski ’82 served as a Reserve Nurse in the United States Air Force for 20 years.
Vania Montero Wit '86 is a well-respected attorney, who earned a Juris Doctorate from Harvard Law School and an undergraduate degree from Northwestern University, and is a member of Mother McAuley's Board of Trustees.
Jessica Ortiz '07 is Rise Strategy Group's Vice President of Media Relations. Jess' relationships and expertise across the media landscape have enabled Rise to grow their clients' impact and reach by securing press locally, nationally and internationally.
Veronica Villalon Pinela '93 is a seasoned communications professional with more than 20 years’ experience working on marketing strategies and efforts for regional, national & global brands.
Charley Niego '18 led the Fighting Irish to their win against Oakland with 19 kills. At the the game, she became the 24th member of the Fighting Irish to reach the 1,000-kill mark with her third kill of the match in the first set.
Lauren Frost Stull '08, Colleen Frost Piko '10, Kara Frost '12 & Emily Frost '17, alongside their father, Michael Frost, host their annual Frosty Walk to honor the spirit of their mother, Darlene Whirity Frost '81.
Maya-Camille Broussard '97 is owner of Justice of the Pies, a bakery she established in honor of her late father, Stephen J. Broussard, who was a criminal defense attorney & had a passion for food.
Kimberly Chmura '90 is the Vice President of Administration at St. Anthony Hospital where she managed the hospital's legal response to a 2019 malware attack that completely shut down its services & handled its COVID response by sourcing medical supplies, implementing new regulations & advising a communitywide vaccine rollout. Due to all of her hard work, she was recently honored as one of Crain's 2021 Notable General Counsels.
Nedaa Sweiss '09 is currently a producer on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, with previous positions as head writer at Jimmy Fallon, consulting writer at The Drew Barrymore Show & writer at the Late Late Show with James Corden.
Jennifer "Sis" Phelan Killen '94 was recently appointed as the first Female Superintendent of Cook County's Department of Transportation and Highways in 108 years!