Jude Jeremiah, one of three brothers with a single mother, has dealt with challenging family dynamics while maintaining his focus on education and values. He is a serious-minded young man with talents for music and leadership, and is the President-elect of the newly formed Pathway Alumni Association. He will graduate next year from Vivekananda College with a B.A. in English Literature.
There was bonhomie and great cheer amongst former graduates of the Pamela Martinez School as they trooped in the halls of Pathway, Chennai. The joyous occasion was to establish the Pathway Alumni Association (PAA). The association was inaugurated recently at Pathway in the presence of several former graduates who were excited to come together. PAA was formed with an aim and objective to bring together all the former graduates. The purpose was to create a continued fellowship amongst the members and to offer succor to young men and women as they navigated in their lives.
Jude Jeremiah was elected as the president, Saravanan as the Secretary and Esther as the treasurer. Surya, Vignesh, Akash, Manju, Binitha , Mercy, Raman and Laxmanan were elected as founder members. All office bearers were congratulated by (seated, front row) Dr. Prasad, Chandra Prasad, Dhuli Patnaik, and Sudha Subramaniam. They were also invited to join the association as guest members and advisors. The members made many suggestions to make PAA vibrant, successful, and meet regularly. Members unanimously agreed to contribute a fee that could be well utilized to assist members in dire need. Dr. Prasad urged members to extend their hand of support to all the children who have passed out from Pathway to join PAA, he encouraged members to reach out to needy children and bring them to the notice of Pathway so that required assistance could be extended. Further, he also requested members to help their alma mater by volunteering their time to offer service to children at Pamela Martinez School and Home for Children.