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Notre Dame Academy celebrates Women Making a Difference day, honoring three graduates

Notre Dame Academy is celebrating Women Making a Difference Day on Thursday.

The keynote speaker for this special celebration is NDA alumna Lt. Col. Amy McGrath Henderson.

Amy McGrath Henderson

The day will also include a Career Fair, breakout sessions featuring many different career topics and the annual Women Making A Difference Luncheon.

This is a wonderful opportunity for the students of Notre Dame Academy to become inspired by alumnae who are living the mission of NDA.

Sister Mary Rita Geoppinger

It is also a great chance for them to explore and be exposed to many different types of careers. 

The Career Fair will feature many NDA alumnae and other members of the community who will share information about their careers and professional experiences. The goal of Women Making A Difference Day is to enable the students of NDA to imagine their own career possibilities and become empowered to pursue them.

Linda Bricking

Students will be dismissed at 11 a.m. Registration for the annual Women Making a Difference Luncheon will begin at 11 a.m. at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center in Covington, followed by the luncheon at 12 p.m.

At the luncheon, Notre Dame Academy will honor three graduates who are living the mission of NDA and making a difference in the world.

Penny Rogers

This year’s honorees are: Penelope Bayless Rogers ’60, Linda Scully Bricking ’65 and Katrina Wagner Brown ’86.

Also during the luncheon, Sister Mary Rita Geoppinger, SND will be receiving the Sister Mary Reina Arlinghaus Award for exemplifying the mission of Notre Dame through her dedication to serving others, educating young women, and enriching the lives of many. 

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