Parent and Family Involvement at Saint Anselm College 

When your son or daughter steps foot on the Hilltop and begins their time as a student at Saint Anselm, you too become a part of our Anselmian family. When you see how much your child loves Saint Anselm, you want to get involved - to support your child and help other young people have the same great experience.

As ambassadors for the college, parent and family member volunteers demonstrate their commitment to the future of their children's alma mater. We invited you to become involved in the life of the college and to preserve and enhance the quality of the Saint Anselm experience for your children, your children's classmates and future students.

Take this opportunity to get involved today! Become an active Anselmian.

Parents' Leadership Council

The Parents' Leadership Council (PLC) is a group of parent volunteers who play a leadership role at Saint Anselm College.

Membership on the Parents' Leadership Council provides an opportunity to participate in the growth and development of Saint Anselm while fostering stronger ties to your student’s experience and the Anselmian community. Members share a common interest in strengthening the college's mission to deliver a rigorous liberal arts education rooted in Catholic, Benedictine values.

Contact the PLC

For more information, please contact:

Joseph Emmons '04, Assistant Vice President, Alumni Relations and Engagement


Provide feedback and guidance on a wide range of College priorities 


 Support Saint Anselm with an annual President’s Society level gift of $1,000 or more to an area of the college that is meaningful to your family


Act as ambassadors for the Office of Admissions to help advance the reach and reputation of the college. Serve as a valuable source of experience and knowledge to parents of prospective and admitted students.

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Facilitate opportunities for our students by partnering with the Career Development Center. Share your professional expertise by making yourself available for networking, informational interviews, and professional development 

Parents' Leadership Council Benefits

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Parents' Newsletter

Family Weekend Invitation

Career Center Partnerships
President's Society Giving Level 
Parents' Leadership Council Conference Calls with College leadership 
Special access to campus events (Athletic, Corporate Partners, President's Society) 
Access to a direct and dedicated staff liaison at the college 

As a parent volunteer and chair of the Parents’ Leadership Council, I encourage you to take advantage of the many opportunities for families to become involved in the life of the college and to preserve and improve the quality of the Saint Anselm experience for your child, their classmates, and future Anselmians.

— Robert Elliott P’25, Parents’ Leadership Council Chair (2023-2024)  

Parents' Leadership Council, 2023-2024

Thank you to all our current Parents' Leadership Council members. We greatly appreciate your commitment and support of the college and its students.


Mr. Robert '95 and Mrs. Jeanne '95 Elliott P'25, Chair
Mr. Leonard and Mrs. Leah Brochu P’24
Mr. William Dowling and Mrs. Kathy Campbell P'24
Mr. Daniel and Mrs. Wendy Christmas P’25, P’26
Mr. Paul and Mrs. Beth Ferullo P’24
Ms. Anna Groenewal ’97, P’25, P’26, Vice Chair
Mr. Kevin and Mrs. Vanessa Harwood P'23, P'24
Mr. Michael Hoffman and Dr. Marie Sandoval P’25
Mr. Dana and Mrs. Sheri Martin P'24
Drs. Daniel '84 and Mary O’Brien P'18, P'22, P’26
Mr. Jacques and Mrs. Chantal Plante P'22, P'24
Mr. Peter and Mrs. Julia ’88 Stauble P’26
Mrs. Suzanne M. Stuzynski '90, P'24
Mr. George ’96 and Mrs. Amy ’97 Sullivan P’25
Mr. Lawrence ’95 and Mrs. Adina ’93 Webb P’26


For more information, please contact:

Joseph Emmons '04, Assistant Vice President, Alumni Relations and Engagement

Parents' Leadership Council Meeting Overviews

  • Stefan Koppi, Executive Director, Career Development spoke about the many offerings of the Career Development Center; Internship pathways, Focus 2 (online career assessment tool), resume writing and review, individual advising, interview preparation and more. 
  • Dr. Jenne Powers, Director, Academic Resource Center provided information on her office's scope of work, which includes the Writing Center, peer tutors, study groups, disability services and academic mentoring.