Danielle Lavie – Danielle has a long history with Lasallian education. Her husband, Marcel, is a De La Salle New Orleans graduate and they have been married since 1983. Their sons, Nicolas ’05, Stephen ’09, and Marc ’13 have all graduated from Saint Paul’s School.
Danielle has been working in the Development office since 2005 and was promoted to Development Director in 2015. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Tulane University in Information Technology and was employed for over 20 years before “retiring” to Saint Paul’s School. Along with her Development Director duties, Danielle publishes the monthly newsletter “Wolftracks”, maintains the school’s website, and moderates the Student Host organization along with Shellie and Mimi. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Shellie Campo – Shellie was “officially” hired in 2010, however she has been involved with Saint Paul’s for many years. Her husband Paul is an alumnus of 1981 and her sons Zachary, Connor, and Parker are alumni of 2011, 2013, and 2015 respectively. Shellie earned a Radiology Technology degree from Charity School of Nursing and spent several years working before staying home to raise her sons. She has been extremely active in Saint Paul’s Mother’s Club particularly the Mother’s Club Bookstore. Shellie has been planning events both personally or on a volunteer basis for many years. Planning events for Saint Paul’s just came naturally! email@example.com.
Mimi Monteiro – Mimi officially became a part of Saint Paul’s staff in 2015, but her heart was here long before that. Since graduating from LSU with a degree in molecular biology and pursuing an interest for research and science, an even greater passion for her family, faith, and community re-directed her to becoming a volunteer extraordinaire in the Mandeville/Covington community in order to be spend time with her husband, Charlie, and two sons, Beau ’17 and Deuce ’20.
Her family is so passionate about Saint Paul’s School that they returned home to south Louisiana from Denver so their boys could attend. Having worked in the school district in Colorado, Mimi realizes the importance of giving 110% to make sure the school has every resource possible for a quality education for all, including her enthusiasm for Development. “It is a blessing to be part of such a God-loving community and watch these young men become our Lasallian leaders of tomorrow.” firstname.lastname@example.org