Archer Fund

Archer Fund Volunteers

Parents are at the heart of our volunteer efforts. Throughout the year, they take time out of their personal lives to reach out to community members in support of the Archer Fund.

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  • 6th Grade Volunteers

    Melanie Forster - Co-Captain
    Paul Morris - Co-Captain

    Tom Joksimovic
    Angela O'Rourke
    Humam Sakhnini
    Panthea Shafipour
    Jeremy Weiner
    Michelle Weiner
    Mark Walker
  • 7th Grade Volunteers

    Tom Paschall - Co-Captain
    Skei Saulnier - Co-Captain
    Erik Davis
    Jeff Robinov
    Belle Scott
    Michelle Suess
    Jason Schwarz
    Sean Thomas
    Aonika Laurent Thomas
  • 8th Grade Volunteers

    Jesse Gazzuolo - Co-Captain
    Denise Specchierla - Co-Captain
    Jeremy Barber
    Jonah Borris
    Tesha Edwards
    Hanoz Gandhi
    Shazneen Gandhi
    Tracy Mansfield Chow
    Allegra Richdale
    Veronika Vandenberg
  • 9th Grade Volunteers

    Mary Aggarwal - Co-Captain
    Heather Lazarus - Co-Captain

    David Azar
    Lauren Dembo
    Allison Gray
    Nick Karamanos
    Ann Lee
    Michelle Wolf
  • 10th Grade Volunteers

    Julie Banks - Co-Captain
    Richard DeLossa - Co-Captain
    Renee Almassizadeh
    Allison Bloom
    Guadalupe Castro
    Amy DeLossa
    Andrea Frank
    Ryan Irvine
    Mason Schultz
    Jo Tsai Cherniss
  • 11th Grade Volunteers

    Mara Cohen - Co-Captain
    Cristina Wong - Co-Captain
    Caroline De Vita
    Maya Fidler
    Mikel Gordon
    Nicola Kerner
    Susan Lee
    Christina Moore
    Gene Salomon
    Julie Stein
  • 12th Grade Volunteers

    Lisa Lamberg - Co-Captain
    Lisa Lee - Co-Captain
    Luis Ayala
    Doug Farmer
    Julie Frank
    Nicole Horton
    Pippa Kennealy Orecklin
    Reggie Stone
    Jamie Tierney
    Amy Wernick
    Julie Zissimopoulos
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