The Pace Academy alumni network seeks to make the Pace experience a meaningful, relevant, and purposeful part of the lives of Pace alumni and the greater Pace community. Every Pace graduate is automatically welcomed into the Alumni Association.
Discover ways you can become more involved with Pace and your community by plugging in to the strength of your alumni network.
Knights for Life!
Complete the four steps >> Repeat each Year >> Be a Knight for Life!
| KEEP YOUR INFORMATION CURRENT, AND CONNECT WITH THE PACE COMMUNITY.|
|BE AN ACTIVE PACE VOLUNTEER OR AN AMBASSADOR ON SOCIAL MEDIA.|
|MAKE A GIFT TO PACE, IN ANY AMOUNT, EVERY YEAR. |
|SHOWING UP IS STEPPING UP. ATTEND A PACE EVENT–LIVE OR VIRTUAL!|
All Pace Academy alumni are eligible to serve on the Alumni Board. Members serve for three-year terms and have the opportunity to volunteer for a second term. The Board sets the vision and goals for the Alumni Association and helps with event planning and outreach.
If you are interested in becoming more involved with the Pace Academy Alumni Association or would like to nominate someone for a position on the Alumni Board, please contact email@example.com.
CHAIR Julianna Rue Cagle '03
VICE CHAIR Bryan Chitwood '93
Andrew Alexander '04
Olivia Levine Arnold '04
Beth Allgood Blalock '96
Charley Brickley '88
Trip Foley '99
Jenn Festa Giordano '94
Blythe O'Brien Hogan '03
Carter Inglis '89
Cindy Gay Jacoby '83
Mark Johnson '94
Justin Leef '08
Trey Pope '86
Evans Rainer '04
Matt Stone '99
Frank Woodling '05
Steve Wray '88
After graduating from Pace Academy in 2012, Hayley Shoji attended the University of Alabama. There, she earned a bachelor’s degree in public relations in just three years and a master’s in marketing in one.
Hayley returns to Pace as manager of Alumni Relations after a stint as a marketing manager in Florida. In her role, Hayley strives to “create a strong line of communication between Pace and its amazing alumni,” and she hopes to help others see that Pace is an “amazing educational environment that continues to foster relationships when students leave.”
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When Caroline Gray ’07 was a student at Pace Academy, study-abroad opportunities represented just a fraction of today’s Isdell Center for Global Leadership (ICGL) study-tour menu. Still, Gray graduated with a surplus of service hours and a trip to France (one of Pace’s earliest international tours) under her belt. Pace’s mission of global citizenship resonated with Gray then and continues to inform her course in life today.
Pace provided me with the foundation and confidence to move toward my dream of writing,” says Anne Corbitt ’00, who released her first novel, Rules for Lying, on Sept. 1.