Ursuline alumnae are dedicated servant leaders empowered to create change. Infused with the Serviam spirit, they give back in many ways, engaging with their communities as accomplished professionals, volunteers, wives and mothers, and civic leaders. Shaped by a rich heritage, they are a diverse network of confident, collaborative, and compassionate women who embrace opportunity and challenge at home and around the world.
Through the Ursuline Alumnae Association, founded in 1899, generations of women have remained active in programs which support the school as well as strengthen bonds of friendship first forged at the Academy.
Tia Tortoriello Raymond ‘88
Dr. Tia Raymond is a board-certified pediatric cardiac intensivist who primarily treats pediatric patients who have congenital or acquired heart disease.
She focuses on treating children before and after heart surgery and has a dedicated mission to obtain the best possible outcomes in pediatric cardiac critical care.
Cecilia Ackles Martin ‘84
Following college, Cecilia Ackels Martin attended Southern Methodist University School of Law where she was the school Mock Trial Champion, Texas Young Lawyers Mock Trial Semi-Finalist, and member of the National Moot Court Team. She received the American Jurisprudence Award for Trial Advocacy and was selected to the National Order of the Barristers.
Erin O’Malley Gleim ‘10
Erin O’Malley Gleim is an attorney and advocate specializing in civil rights and access to healthcare and healthy living.
She also serves on the boards of directors of two nonprofits. Project Commotion is a bilingual community space and preschool where children of all abilities can grow together. Integrated Community Services partners with people with disabilities on their path to independence.