Shaker High School is pleased to announce three individuals will be inducted into the Alumni Hall of Fame. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, the 2020 induction ceremony has been canceled. This year’s inductees will be recognized at next year’s ceremony.
Congratulations to the inductees!
Class of 2020
Kimberly Field-Marvin – SHS Class of 1982
Kimberly Field-Marvin is a life-long educator. She is currently the Head of School at the Louise S. McGehee School in New Orleans, LA. Prior to her work at the McGehee School, Field-Marvin served as the Director of Communications and the Upper Middle School Divisional Head at the Marymount School of New York.
Field-Marvin has presented at educational workshops across the country, focusing on independent schools, women’s leadership and adolescence girls.
Field-Marvin is a graduate of Siena College and received masters degrees from Middlebury College and Castleton State College. She received her Doctorate in Educational Leadership (Ed.D), from the University of Pennsylvania in August 2016.
Christian Jackson – SHS Class of 1991
Christian Jackson has worked in the medical field since 1999. He currently serves in many roles, including: Assistant Professor and Faculty Advisor in the Department of Medicine at the Loma Linda University Medical Center in California; Section Chief, Section of Gastroenterology at the Loma Linda VA Healthcare System; Director of the Foregut Patient Aligned Care Team (PACT); Assistant Clinical Professor of Public Health at the Loma Linda University School of Public Health; and Health Sciences Clinical Associate Professor, University California Riverside.
Jackson attended Northwestern University in Evanston, IL and The University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine before attending postgraduate training at the Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, IL and the McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University in Chicago, IL.
Jackson is a member of a number of professional societies, including: a Fellow American College of Gastroenterology; the American Gastroenterological Association; the American College of Gastroenterology; the American Society Gastrointestinal Endoscopy; and the American Cancer Society.
Sophia (Miller) Papoulis – SHS Class of 2002
Sophia Papoulis is the Associate Conductor of the Young People’s Chorus (YPC) of New York City and the principal conductor of YPC’s Prelude division. Since 2007, she has conducted and prepared young people from ages 8 to 18 in all YPC divisions for performances in the city’s most prestigious venues; on international tours; as well as in recording sessions and for radio and TV appearances. Sophia is also the associate director of YPC National, which supports and inspires youth choruses and choral conductors nationwide, as well as the creative director for the Foundation for Small Voices, a not-for-profit organization that brings choral, songwriting, and mentorship programs to children around the world.
Sophia also served as guest conductor for the Suburban Council Middle School Chorus in 2016 – conducting the same group that she was a student in as a child. She spoke to students about the impact of music on her childhood, and the education and powerful influence of teachers.
Sophia serves as Creative Director of the Foundation for Small Voices. The Foundation for Small Voices (FSV) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to using music to cross cultural, generational, and ideological boundaries to raise awareness and funds for national and international music and mentoring programs for children.
Sophia attended the Ithaca College School of Music and graduated magna cum laude.