The Alumni Council is the primary volunteer leadership group for alumni of The Webb Schools. We consist of 40 men and women, who represent seven decades and many regions worldwide. The Council’s goals are to connect alumni to Webb, Webb to the alumni body, and alumni with each other.
The Alumni Council meets four times a year to plan programs and activities which benefit the Webb community. These include:
- Career Evening – alumni guest speakers share their career experiences with sophomores
- Senior Dinner – annual event to welcome the newest class of alumni to our alumni family
- Regional alumni events include cultural and sporting activities and networking opportunities
- Webb At Work internship opportunities and shadow days for young alumni in college
- Affinity Groups for Women of Webb (alumnae networking), Webb15 (young alumni group for classes of the past 15 years), and Latinos of Webb.
- Archival projects in support of our Centennial Celebration in 2022. These include the Teachers of Webb Survey and the Oral History Video Project.
If you would like to contact the Alumni Council with a question or comment, please email email@example.com, or login to the Online Community.
Meet The Alumni Council
Kathy Fredrich ’02 graduated from the University of California at San Diego with a B.S. in animal physiology & neuroscience and a B.A. in psychology. She is the associate manager, global brand development & marketing at Hasbro and was previously in the pet industry for about a decade, working at Natural Balance Pet Foods. She has also been involved with the UC San Diego Alumni Los Angeles Regional Club since 2006 and has served as a past club president. While at Webb, Kathy was a dorm counselor at North Hutch and was active on the volleyball and basketball teams. Member since 2013.
Jordan Taylor ’02 is a partner at Taylor Ali Capital, an alternative asset class hedge fund, and shareholder at Kwontified, an eCommerce management firm. He received his bachelor’s from Cornell University and Juris Doctorate from the University of Notre Dame. Having served the Webb community for well over a decade, Jordan is the vice president of the Alumni Council as well as a member of the Board of Trustees. He also previously served as both a reunion chair and Sophomore Career Evening speaker. While a boarder, Jordan was a Roger’s Scholar, co-captain of the track team and member of the varsity football and basketball teams. Member since 2013.
Jason Brooks ’99 is the Founder of harkness.ai, which shows how individual interactions affect meeting dynamics and delivers feedback that prompts users to reflect on their participation habits. He has been a speaker at Sophomore Career Evening and now joins the Alumni Council. Previously, he was the head of Upper School at The Episcopal School of LA. While at Webb, Jason was involved in basketball, track and football. Jason has a long list of higher education degrees including degrees from Trinity University, Valparaiso University and Harvard University. Jason lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Christa. Member since 2022.
Jim Boyce ’75 is a big fan of The Webb Schools and the Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology, having previously served on the Alumni Council. Jim received his B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College in New York where he met his wife of 37 years, Virginia “Ginny” LeBlond Boyce. Jim also has an MFA in theater from UCLA and an M.A. in education from Pepperdine. Jim is a teacher with LAUSD on the west side of Los Angeles. Jim is most proud of his two daughters who attended the Vivian Webb School, Emily, class of ’04 and Kelly, class of ’06. Member since 2018.
Diana Escalante ‘12 earned her B.A. from Georgetown University in government, Spanish and Portuguese. Diana also earned a dual MBA and Doctor of Law degree from American University in 2020. She is an associate attorney at Orbach, Huff & Henderson LLP and previously worked at GEICO as a law clerk in its General Counsel office. While at Webb, Diana was active in the performing arts and served on the Chapel Council. Member since 2021.