T. Kirk Ware, J.D., Class of 1972 – Service to Alma Mater
As president of his law firm, Ware and Ware, and of Nagog Consulting—the company overseeing the LCA building project—T. Kirk Ware ’72, J.D. has been influential in developing and managing property in the commercial real estate industry. Kirk has also enjoyed being able to extend his experience into the non-profit sector. LCA has been one of the greatest recipients of his time, energy, and talent in the last 15 years. After coordinating the development of the Academy’s athletic fields in the mid 1980s, Kirk has remained invested in LCA, overseeing all aspects of campus construction, including the expanded Miles M. Strodel Gymnasium.
James A. Manganello, Ph. D., Class of 1962 – Service to Community
Dr. James A. Manganello ’62, Ph. D., has served tirelessly in roles ranging from psychologist and founder of private counseling practices to adjunct professor and business consultant. As an advocate for the children of divorced parents, James piloted a divorced parents education program, now mandated throughout Massachusetts. He traveled to Croatia in 1997 to teach seminary courses and to help develop a counseling center for war trauma victims. James served for 16 years as an LCA trustee, and is a member of the Lexington Town Center Committee and of the Executive Team for Athletes in Action, working with the chaplain for the Boston Red Sox and the New England Patriots.
Conrad E. Johanson, Ph. D., Class of 1960 – Service to Profession
Dr. Conrad E. Johanson ’60, Ph. D., has earned international renown in the fields of science and medicine over the past 40 years. He was recently honored with The Robert H. Pudenz Award for his significant research contributions to hydrocephalus and CSF physiology (including Alzheimer’s disease complications). Conrad is in his 20th year as a professor in the Department of Clinical Neurosciences at Brown University. In addition to teaching, he has served as director of the Cerebralspinal Fluid Laboratory at Rhode Island Hospital, where he is currently director of neurosurgery research. An impressive 34-page curriculum vitae highlights grant work, research, and the hundreds of reports he has written and presented.