Christiana Castillo '18
"Leaving Salve after graduation was such an emotional time for me," Castillo said. "I left my home away from home for the last two years and returned to Belize, where I embarked on my dream of being an auctioneer like my father. After auctioneering for a year and a half, a new opportunity emerged. I became hotel manager of Falling Leaves Lodge, a family investment and one of Belize's newest lodges."
Dr. Kimberly Rothwell-Carson '86
When asked how she's adapted to quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic, Rothwell-Carson said: "Since I was able to stay in Rhode Island after school, I cope with the uncertainties of these times by walking to the beach and admiring the birds and the ocean and providing some fresh air. Connecting virtually has been very important. Virtual family birthday parties (there are a lot of April birthdays in my family) help to keep the extended family connected."
Teresa Correia '95
"The sense of community among teachers and students, from being a relatively small campus, will be both meaningful and rewarding," Correia advised students who are considering Salve Regina. "The quality education will set you up for success in whatever career you pursue. It will be the best four years of your life."