Coleman Awards Honor 19 Students

Nineteen Saint Anselm students were honored for exemplary commitment and impact to the Saint Anselm College community at the 24th annual Paul S. Coleman Volunteer Service and Leadership Awards on March 29.

Norma Dhanaraj ’09 commended the awardees on their commitment to service-leadership. Dhanaraj is dedicated in work with Girls Education Mentoring Services, an organization serving young people who have survived commercial sexual exploitation and domestic sex trafficking.

L-R: Maggie Walker and Amy Vachon receive Paul S. Coleman Awards.Maggie Walker ’17 (nursing) was honored with the Paul S. Coleman Senior Service Award for Outstanding Service Leadership. Amy Vachon ’17 (English, politics) received the Paul S. Coleman Senior Service Award for Outstanding Community Service.

In Department Service Awards:

Michael Ryan ’17 (history) and Brian Stankiewicz ’17 (accounting) were presented the Father Michael H. Custer, O.S.B. Service Award.

Rose Mooney ’17 (environmental studies, Spanish) was given
the Donna M. Guimont Service Leadership and Engagement Award in recognition of exemplary community service and involvement.

Margaret Lynch ’17 (English) received the Campus Ministry Leadership Award to recognize her ministry-leadership of a student for sharing time, talents, and grace.

Bethany Gabert ’17 (social work) was presented the Sr. Pauline Lucier Campus Ministry Award as an outstanding member of Campus Ministry.

Courtney Puccio ’17 (nursing) was given the Dean of Student’s Award for Service Leadership.

For Access Academy, Omri de Pierre de Alpuche ’17 (biology), Zach Procek ’17 (English), Donald Stokes ’17 (politics), Hailey Grant ’17 (English), and Christine Drew ’17 (international relations) received the Meelia Center for Community Engagement’s Partnership Award, in recognition of exemplary community service and involvement.

Donald Stokes ’17 was also presented the Multicultural Center Service Leadership Award for leadership that fostered a greater appreciation and advancement of diversity and inclusiveness in the Saint Anselm community.

Marc Tetreault, Jr. ’17 (politics) was given the Annual Volunteer Award for an outstanding NHIOP student leader in recognition of exemplary involvement and community service.

John “JJ” Courtney ’17 (accounting) received the New Student Orientation Volunteer Award for exemplary community service and leadership involvement.

The Green Team, led by Emily Alexander ’17 (environmental science), Carina Pearson ’17 (environmental science), and Sam Whalen ’18 (English) was recognized with the Club and Organization Volunteer Award for outstanding service.

The ceremony honors Paul Coleman, a former Saint Anselm sociology professor, with awards presented to recipients who embody his spirit.