Eagle Alumni

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Alumni Opportunities

Lincoln Academy alumni are artists, molecular biologists, entrepreneurs, farmers, engineers, and machinists. They are travelers, teachers, chefs, mathematicians, boat builders, and state senators.

Connections are at the heart of the Academy and a source of strength, support, and interaction to ensure that programs continue to serve our students.

Click below to see the many ways you can stay connected with LA.

Alumni Council

All alumni – anyone who attended LA for at least one year – are automatically members of the Alumni Association. The Alumni Council is elected by the alumni at the annual Alumni Banquet. The Council keeps alumni spirit and connections alive by organizing three annual events for alumni, guiding the Lincoln Academy Sports Hall of Fame and sponsoring the annual Alumna/us of the Year and Alumni Service Awards.

Current Members

Phil Page ’70, President

Cindy Wade ’83, Vice President

Chrissy Wajer ’85, Secretary

Angie Waltz ’94, Treasurer

Britt Hatch ’84

Taylor Holmes ’18

Kyle Lebeau  ‘90

Bob Plourde ’89

Lynne Plourde ’92

Lori Storozynsky ’83

If you are interested in serving on the Alumni Council, contact Phil Page at 563-3596 x123 or at page@lincolnacademy.org.

Class Agents are the touchstone and connector from LA’s Development office to the rest of their class.

As a Class Agent, you’ll help share information about upcoming events and spirited fundraising campaigns through word-of-mouth and social media. Lincoln Academy relies on you to be ready to take the baton when we’ve got news to share.

Encourage your classmates to invest in Lincoln Academy so that today’s students can receive the same quality experience you did! Giving can mean volunteerism and promoting the school in a myriad of ways as well as donations.

Think about your life’s career path and now imagine all the advice you would give your younger self if you could. AND now… think about sharing all that advice with our students!

  • Do you own a business?
  • Did you start college studying something totally unrelated to your current career?
  • Are you an artist or tradesperson willing to share the secrets of your craft?

Tell current students and parents about your path after LA and help the next generation of Eagles take flight! The Guidance Department and Development Office are partnered in this series of conversations with Alumni from all professional backgrounds.

Help Wanted!

Local businesses always want to hire motivated LA students & recent grads!

If you would like to list a job contact Communications Director Jenny Mayher at mayher@lincolnacademy.org. To see current listings, click here.

Whether it’s your class reunion, or an opportunity to connect with generations of Eagles, we can help you plan a memorable event.


Heather D’Ippolito : Director of Community Engagement and Development
Heather D’Ippolito (207) 563-3596 x2218

Heather joined the Community Engagement and Development Office at Lincoln Academy in January 2020 and became Director of the office in June of 2022. She has spent her career in education, and is particularly passionate about connecting young people to real world learning experiences. A born and raised Mainer, Heather feels very fortunate to call the midcoast home. She lives in Bremen with her husband and her daughter.

Academic Affiliations: 

Saint Michael's College, BA in English

Lehman College (CUNY), MS in Secondary English Education

Sarah Kennedy : Community Engagement and Development Office
Sarah Kennedy

Sarah Kennedy '00 grew up in Pemaquid and studied Spanish and International Relations at the University of Maine and the University of Costa Rica.  She was the volunteer coordinator for La Esperanza Granada and then went on to work for Sustainable Harvest International as the Director of Development and later transitioned to directing the organization's outreach and service learning programs in Honduras, Belize, Nicaragua, and Panama.  In 2012, Sarah took a position with Santa Clara University's Center of Sustainability to develop school garden and community nutrition programs in San Jose City Schools.

In 2013, Sarah’s family had the opportunity to return to Maine and Sarah started working with Lincoln Academy’s new Residential Life Program. Sarah developed LA’s homestay program and loves welcoming students from around the globe to our community here in the Midcoast. In 2023 Sarah joined LA's Community Engagement and Development Team.  

Academic Affiliations:

B.A. International Relations - University of Maine, Orono
B.A. Spanish - University of Maine, Orono

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