Announcing Kitty Pell Day: 

Celebration and Mayoral Proclamation

On September 24, the board of Conservatory Lab raised a glass to toast its founding trustee Kitty Pell. For 20 years, Kitty has inspired friends, found resources, and tirelessly championed Conservatory Lab as a school for the nation.

The festivities included a serenade from a trio of eighth-grade students and readings of proclamations in recognition of Kitty's service from both Governor Baker and Mayor Martin J. Walsh. Mayor Walsh declared September 24 to be Kitty Pell Day.

Kitty will continue to serve on the board of the Conservatory Lab Foundation and was newly elected as a Trustee Emerita by the Charter School.

We are incredibly proud to honor Kitty, our visionary leader and beloved founder of Conservatory Lab, and thrilled that there is a day dedicated to celebrate how special she is.

Kitty Pell sat front and center while Martha Kleinman, Vice Chair of the board of trustees reads aloud the Mayoral Proclamation designating September 24 as "Kitty Pell Day" to an audience of school leaders and founding board members hosted by Bob Grinberg and Debbie Lewis. Pictured from the back left: Tony Pell, Debbie Lewis, Deborah Smith, Linda Nathan, John Chistolini, Nicole Mack, Bob Grinberg, Diana Lam. Middle Rows: Pamela Seigle, Anne Snyder, Lynn Cetrulo, Ron Gwiazda, Kim Marshall, Curtis Warner. Front Row, Katherine Sloan, Kitty Pell. Reading: Martha Kleinman