Landon Osborn '04 helps incarcerated parents and their children strengthen bonds through the power of shared reading.
Foote School alumni are change makers in their communities and the wider world. Our graduates have gone on to careers as labor organizers, policymakers, immigration advocates, criminal justice reformers, diplomats, nonprofit leaders, public school educators and much more.
Bun Lai '84 started the world's first sustainable seafood restaurant—and is leading the conversation about a food system that's healthier for people and planet.
Ron Coleman '04 is working overtime—as a volunteer— to help close the opportunity gap in New Haven schools.
Ai-jen Poo '89 has helped win crucial rights for the nation's housecleaners, nannies and health aides.
Thousands of Connecticut girls have found their voices—and sisterhood—the Elm City Girls Choir, founded by Tom Brand '88.
Jonathan DiMaio '02 is working to create opportunities in one of the poorest parts of the Western Hemisphere.
Alumni share why they came back to teach at Foote’s new summer program.
Trailblazing environmental justice advocates Mie Lai '94 (pictured) and Bun Lai '84 made Miya's Sushi in New Haven the first sustainable sushi restaurant in the country.