Class Notes

Class Notes Update

Historically, Xavier’s Class Notes has been featured in our Connections magazine. In a conscious effort to go green and maintain Xavier’s STEAM goals, Class Notes is now available online. Similarly, in order to maintain continuity as well as keep our community informed the featured notes will be updated twice a year (January and July). As the feature note is updated the prior will be archived as a viewable PDF available at all times. Class Notes featured prior to May 2017 are available through our Office of Alumnae Relations and are physically archived on campus in the Xavier Archive.

Help us keep our featured lists updated and accurate by updating your information and by contacting Polly Bayless Fitz-Gerald ’68 our Director of Alumnae Relations.

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Khalia Lanier is playing professional volleyball in Puerto Rico and Italy.


Rachael Walborn is the Volunteer Coordinator for The Civitan Foundation, Inc. in Phoenix. Civitan provides superior life experiences to enhance the quality of life for choldren and adults with developmental disabilities. She specifically recruits high school teens to join the volunteer program at the foundation’s summer camp in Williams, where so many Xavier girls have graced the grounds of Camp Civitan and have added to the positive experiences of so many campers and fellow volunteers.


Blythe Nebeker was a 2021 Lone Star Emmy nominee for the KVUE News Daybreak, Play Ball story that she produced.


Tatumn Zale is part of the development team at Espercanca, a non-profit devoted to improving health and providing hope to families in the poorest communities of the world through disease prevention, education, and treatment.


Kate Witt graduated summa cum laude from the University of Alabama. She will attend ASU law school in the fall.


Caroline White graduated from TCU Phi Beta Kappa and will begin law school at ASU in the fall.


Brittany Robinson graduated from Gonzaga University summa cum laude with degrees in political science and international relations and minors in French writing and women’s and gender studies. She is moving to New York City to spend a year of service with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps.


Molly Luther graduated summa cum laude from the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. She received the Moeur Award which means she achieved a 4.0 GPA every semester of undergraduate work. Molly is headed to Portland, OR to work in the Technical Sales & Marketing Rotation Program at Intel Corporation.


Helen Innes is attending college at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. She is interning at Antiquities Coalition where she is working with policy briefs that involve the legal and illegal art market. Helen is researching different country’s political implications and the effect on its illicit art trade as well as new research pertinent to the changing art world.


Claire Coppola graduated from LSU with 121 caerer victories in college beach volleyball, the fourth most in college beach volleyball history. She is headed to California to be in medical device sales for sports surgeries.


Genesis Canizales received a full ride to Smith College and completed her freshmen year online due to the pandemic. She spent this past year serving a pandemic gap year working for Girls Hope Boys Hope as a National Volunteer Corps service member. Now, it is back to Smith College!


The NCAA National Championships for Beach Volleyball 2021 Title were played in Gulf Shores, Alabama this past spring. Xavier grads were well represented and most starting for their respective teams: Trinity Cavanaugh ’19 TCU, Abby Converse ’20 Stanford, Claire Coppola ’16 LSU, Macy Gordon ’17 Cal Poly and Caroline White ’18 TCU.

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