Alumni & Development Team
Director Alumni & Development
Liz is a 1975 graduate of Mercy High School, and a 1979 graduate of Boston University with a BS in Business Administration and Marketing. In 2010, she earned her MALS degree from Wesleyan University. Liz has over 40 years experience in marketing, sales, public relations, fundraising and alumni relations management. Liz’s brother John '72, cousin Jim '78, and nephews Brian '03 and Paul '99 are Xavier Falcons.
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Greg Jaskot '00
Associate Director Alumni & Development / Assistant Football Coach
Greg is a 2000 Xavier graduate and earned a BS in Psychology with minors in Business Administration and Spanish from Springfield College in 2004. In 2005, Greg returned to Xavier as an assistant football coach and then joined the teaching faculty during the winter of the 2005-2006 school year. After spending over a decade in the classroom as a Spanish teacher, Greg was named the Associate Director of Alumni & Development after the 2017-2018 school year. Greg’s father Tony '69, brothers Dan '98 and Matt '02, as well as several uncles and cousins are Xavier graduates.
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Suzanne Berry P’18
Office Manager Alumni & Development
Suzanne is a 1983 Mercy High School graduate and earned a BS in Economics from Southern Connecticut State University in 1986. In 1990, she earned an MBA from Quinnipiac College. In 1997, she married Steven Berry, Class of 1983. Steve, Suzanne and their son Matt, Class of 2018, are one of Xavier’s many Legacy families.
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The mission of the Alumni & Development Team is to build and nurture lifelong relationships and philanthropic investment between Xavier High School, and its alumni, parents, grandparents, donors, and the community while fostering the values of our founders, the Xaverian Brothers.
Simplicity, Humility, Compassion, Zeal and Trust represent the core Xaverian vision that distinguish our way of life as we build investment in the school’s mission to foster the spiritual, academic and physical growth of each student.
Our goal is to provide meaningful opportunities for all of our partners to share their wealth, work and wisdom in the education that fully prepares every Xavier student to respond to the Christian call of the school motto “Be a Man, a Man like Christ.”