Katy Sharretts '15
Katy Sharretts, a graduate of the class of 2015, played lacrosse during her time at JC and continued playing lacrosse at San Diego State University. However, she is also well known for her work as the Patriot Mascot while at JC and then for San Diego State University. Mascots are notoriously known for entertaining audiences of all ages and Katy certainly entertained with her added flair for dancing.
Marianne Traskey Kozlowski '95
Marianne Traskey Kozlowski, a graduate of the Class of 1995, is starting her 11th school year in the Archdiocese of Baltimore as the new Principal of St. Stephen School in Bradshaw, MD.
Prior to coming to St. Stephen School, she worked at Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Towson and Saint Margaret School in Bel Air. Marianne lives in Bel Air with her husband, Ted, and their two daughters, Abby and Kate.
Readers of "Psychology Today" may have noticed a familiar face among its pages. Elizabeth Earnshaw '04 was featured for her work as a therapist and published author!
Patriot soccer fans will be familiar with Ashley Myers '05, whose high school success earned her induction into John Carroll's Athletic Hall of Fame. After graduating from JC, her storied career continued at Penn State, followed by professional tenures with teams in Iceland and Australia. Ashley was also a member of the United States U16, U17 and U20 National Teams before turning to coaching at Georgetown University and the United States Naval Academy.
Brendan Butler, ’11 was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles his senior year of high school. He opted out of signing with the Orioles to further his education and continue to play baseball at Towson University where he received All-Conference awards and contributed to Towson winning the CAA Championship in 2013. After college, Brendan started his real estate career and has been a top producing real estate agent ever since. Today Brendan is a Top 5 Realtor with Cummings & Co. Realtors, a 500-person agency, and consistently sells over 15 million in Real Estate per year.
Congratulations to the members of the 2015 JC Wrestling team, coached by Keith Watson, that was named Team of the Decade by the Aegis! We had 15 Patriots named to the All-Decade team with Hunter Ritter ’15 named Co-Wrestler of the Decade. Congratulations, Patriots! We are so proud of this accomplishment.
As a fifth grader, Immanuel Quickley ’18 would say that when he grew up, he wanted to play in the NBA or be an eye doctor. A decade of hard work and dedication later, Immanuel’s picture was infiltrated on billboards outside of Manhattan’s Madison Square Garden after being selected 25th overall in this year’s NBA Draft by the New York Knicks.
Kira Sconion '95 is a 2020 Unsung SHERO award winner. The National Coalition of 100 Black Women (NCBW), a non-profit organization whose advocacy and efforts work to influence policy that promotes gender equity in health, education and economic empowerment, presented her with this award for her ongoing community work with women and girls. She reminded the awards ceremony attendees that when you empower women and girls, you affect students, families and full communities. Kira is currently the president of the Harford County Alumnae Chapter of Delta
Kathy Sapitowicz ’81 has played a vital role in the COVID-19 pandemic. She may not be fighting on the front lines, but she is one of the master minds behind all of your telehealth visits! In her role as Project Lead at Johns Hopkins Medicine. Kathy was training doctors on how to use telehealth effectively long before coronavirus came around. She and her team continue to work diligently on ways to enhance telehealth for treating COVID-19 as well as for other healthcare applications.
Alesia Etinoff ‘10, a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University currently working as a filmmaker, says it all started at John Carroll where she wrote and starred in a feature film she made for her Senior Project called “Scarred.” For her latest project, Alesia wrote and starred in a short film, “19 Weeks,” which tells the story of a woman learning to grieve following a miscarriage. The film was produced by Zoe Saladana’s company, Cinestar. Alesia is also the creator of the widely-praised webseries, Avant-Guardians.