More than 850 Xavier College Preparatory parents, alumnae, and friends attended the school’s eighth annual X Breakfast on Thursday, Sept. 24, on Xavier’s campus.
“New York Times” best-selling author Kelly Corrigan and Fleishman Hillard marketing executive Guia Golden, who is a graduate of Xavier’s Class of 1994, addressed the breakfast guests and then spoke to Xavier’s student body of 1200+ young women at an all-school assembly that followed, according to a press release.
Xavier parents Tami Christifulli, who is also a Xavier alumna, and Susan Westra chaired the event. Wildflower Bread Company and Passport Coffee and Tea generously sponsored the breakfast, the release stated.
All proceeds raised will benefit Xavier’s Legacy of Leadership Capital Campaign, which continues to fund Xavier’s Chapel of Our Lady, Founders Hall, Petznick Field, and the Activity Center renovation.