The Hotchkiss volunteer awards ceremony at the Harvard Club in New York City on Sept. 19 was a testament to the incredible impact that dedicated volunteers can make in advancing the mission of The Hotchkiss School. The event celebrated the tireless efforts and exceptional service of all committed volunteers and honored their contributions to both The Hotchkiss Parents Fund and The Hotchkiss Fund. View photos from the event.
Peri and Neda Navab P’24 and Doug Campbell ‘71, P’01 received awards for their leadership, dedication, and service. Their commitment to Hotchkiss has resonated throughout the community, inspiring others to contribute and reinforcing the spirit of giving back. The School is deeply grateful for the continued support of these award winners.
Peri and Neda Navab P’24
2023 McKee Award Recipients
The McKee Award is named in honor of Hugh and Judy McKee P'78,'80,'84,'89 in recognition of their tireless work for The Hotchkiss Parents Fund. It is presented each year to Hotchkiss parents for their distinguished service to the Fund.
Peri and Neda Navab P’24 are Parents Fund chairs and parents of a student in the Class of 2024. Their dedication and leadership have encouraged inclusiveness, pride in the School, and a sense of belonging that extends across the parent community. They inspire parents and make everyone they meet feel more connected to the School. Their support is tireless, and the School is fortunate to benefit from their extraordinary leadership.
Doug Campbell ’71, P’01
2023 Thomas W. Armitage '25 Award Recipient
The Armitage Award is named for alumnus Thomas W. Armitage, Class of 1925, in recognition of his tireless work for The Hotchkiss Fund. It is presented each year to an outstanding class volunteer for their distinguished service to The Hotchkiss Fund.
Doug Campbell ’71, P’01 has demonstrated timeless dedication and extraordinary leadership in his role as a class agent. He has consistently sought to strengthen and maintain the relationship between alumni and the School. His work has led The Hotchkiss Fund to enormous success and the creation of the Class of 1971 Scholarship as a 50th Reunion class gift. The School is deeply grateful for the many ways in which he supports Hotchkiss.