Advancing Williams

Keeping Archies affordable while making sure the school’s future is sound, is a top priority.
— Stephen Nazzaro
 

Stephen Nazzaro ‘82, the new chair of the Archbishop Williams Board of Trustees, stands comfortably between two worlds. On one side, he looks to the past and relishes the school’s long-term continuity as a small, Catholic, college-preparatory institution, which he knows from personal experience, opened the door to success for him, his four brothers (Michael ‘75, Thomas ‘76, James ‘78, Martin ‘83), and his three sons (Andrew ‘11, James ‘14, and Brian, who started at  Archies, then graduated from prep school). On the other side, he’s looking towards the future, an exciting period for the school as it embraces and teaches the knowledge and skills necessary for a new generation who will study and work in a rapidly changing technological world. “That is where education is going,” said Steve, whose family donated the new state-of-the-art, Al and Rita Nazzaro Science Lab. The lab was dedicated last fall in honor of Steve’s late parents. “My mother worked two jobs, and my father worked all day,” he said. “Because of that, all five of us went through Archbishop Williams and all of us went to college.” Keeping Archies affordable while making sure the school’s future is sound, is a top priority, said Steve, who brings to his role his financial savvy as an Executive Vice President at State Street Bank Corporation. He’s hoping other alumni who benefited from the “ethics and values that I carry with me,” and the small school environment “where everyone knows everyone,” will also give back. “The school still needs them in any way they can participate or contribute,” he said. “President Dennis Duggan and the team have developed a lot of nice things here. We welcome our alumni to come by and check out the school!

Advancement Mission

The mission of our Office of Advancement is to foster our family's growth and strength by promoting the following goals every day:
  1. Plant a seed of life-long belonging in the heart of every student who attends Archbishop Williams
  2. Bring graduates of Archbishop Williams closer to our school
  3. Build life-long relationships between our school and our Board of Trustees
  4. Build life-long relationships between our school and our Parent Support Group
  5. Build life-long relationships between our school and our community

Advancement Mission

The mission of our Office of Advancement is to foster our family's growth and strength by promoting the following goals every day:
  1. Plant a seed of life-long belonging in the heart of every student who attends Archbishop Williams
  2. Bring graduates of Archbishop Williams closer to our school
  3. Build life-long relationships between our school and our Board of Trustees
  4. Build life-long relationships between our school and our Parent Support Group
  5. Build life-long relationships between our school and our community
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Advancement Mission

The mission of our Office of Advancement is to foster our family's growth and strength by promoting the following goals every day:
  1. Plant a seed of life-long belonging in the heart of every student who attends Archbishop Williams
  2. Bring graduates of Archbishop Williams closer to our school
  3. Build life-long relationships between our school and our Board of Trustees
  4. Build life-long relationships between our school and our Parent Support Group
  5. Build life-long relationships between our school and our community