Alumni Spotlight

The Alumni Spotlight highlights Georgetown Prep alumni making impacts all over the globe. Prep’s 5,700 live and work all over the world in every field imaginable. The Alumni Spotlight series captures our graduates’ stories and Georgetown Prep’s impact on their lives after their four years as a student. To submit an alumni’s story, email

Dan Paro '79

A 1979 Georgetown Prep graduate, Dan Paro matriculated to Denison University where he was a four-year letterman on the football team starting in every college game. This marks his 24th year as Georgetown Prep's varsity head football coach. Read More.

Bear Altemus '13

Since graduating from Princeton University in 2017, Bear Altemus '13 has served in several roles at Georgetown Prep including dorm parent, academic support coordinator, registrar, social studies teacher, and lacrosse coach.
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DJ Wharton-Lake, D.D.S. '04

DJ Wharton-Lake, D.D.S. '04 currently works as an endodontist in the Greater Los Angeles area. Read More.

Ted Moon '85

Ted Moon '85 is a proud alumnus of Georgetown Prep. For the past 10 years, Ted has been an active part of our community as an assistant lacrosse and football coach, fan, and volunteer. Read More.



Alex Sion '90

Alex Sion ’90 works at Citi Ventures where he is the Global Consumer Banking Head for D10X, a unit which incubates new products and businesses designed to generate new, organic growth for Citi. Read More.


John Gamba '88

John Gamba, Jr. ’88 recently joined the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education as the School’s first entrepreneur-in-residence.
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Carnot Evans '87

Carnot Evans '87 is a graduate of Tufts University and Northwestern University School of Law. He has remained close to Georgetown Prep since his graduation, having served on both the Board of Trustees and the Board of the Georgetown Prep Alumni Association. Read More.


Charlie Cavanaugh '73

Charlie Cavanaugh '73 currently serves as the director of the Madonna House, Marian Centre Regina in Saskatchewan. Read More.