Allison Coffey has represented Gill extremely well on our athletic teams as a captain in both basketball and lacrosse. She helped create the Victoria Riola Coffey Foundation for cancer research and awareness, and traveled to Guatemala as part of the “Houses to Homes” program. Allison is also a seasoned lifeguard who worked her way up to Pool Manager at Trump National Golf Club.
Andres Gonzalez is a Peer Leader, Admission Ambassador, and a key member of the Model United Nations Club. As a community servant, he volunteers at the Morristown Soup Kitchen and also journeyed to Guatemala for the “Houses to Homes” program. Andres served a summer internship at the Monmouth Medical Center and works part time for the Blue Sky Auto Group.
Mary Fran Howard is heavily involved with several service organizations, as a volunteer counselor at LifeCamp in Pottersville, a church lector at St. Brigid-St. Elizabeth in Far Hills, and a provider of equine therapy at ManeStream in Basking Ridge. At Gill, Mary Fran is an all-conference fencer, event chair for “Relay for Life,” contributing editor of “The Voice,” and Peer Leader.
Jack Riccardo is active in a wide array of clubs and activities at GSB, including Gill for Diversity, Gay Straight Alliance, Literary Magazine, Student Government, and “Relay for Life.” As a student-athlete he’s a captain on the fencing team. Jack is also a regular volunteer at the Zarepath Health Clinic and helped organize a day of child care for the “Children on the Green” project in Morristown.
Christian St. Germaine is a certified Emergency Medical Technician and an active member of the Mendham First Aid Squad. He’s a two sport student-athlete and an integral contributor to the Gill Robotics team. Christian is a student government representative and as a member of the GSB (Give Something Back) Club, he has volunteered with several “Relay for Life” events.