The Parents’ Guild is dedicated under the patronage of the Mother of God. The members will strive to develop through its activities a greater love and devotion to Her.
The Guild shall take an active, interested part in the general work and aims of the school; and shall help in promoting relationships with the teachers, parents and children; and ensuring open communications throughout the school year. The Guild shall aid in the material advancement of the school.
Getting To Know Us
OLMC Parents’ Guild Board Members 2022-2023
Welcome to OLMC School. I would like to take a moment to introduce the OLMC Parents’ Guild board members. I know after you’ve read a little about us you will see we all the same goal. To ensure that all the children and their families have an exciting & memorable year.
Hello! My name is Eva Aklamati-Darko. I’m extremely grateful for the opportunity to serve in the OLMC guild. I am a proud mother of two kids. Both of them attend OLMC. My son is in the 7th grade and my daughter is in 5th grade. We enjoy being a part of the Parish and the diverse school community.
My husband and I were born and raised in Ghana, West Africa. We both immigrated to the US and settled in California. In 2015, we moved from California to New York. We love every minute here in New York.
Professionally, I work as a project manager for the Department of Veterans Affairs, so I bring to this role years of experience with budgets, planning, organizing, community engagement, graphic designing etc.
I’m sure it’s our shared goal to build an engaged school community, so I welcome your communication and feedback and I look forward to meeting you all. Thank you!
My name is Krystal Sarno, an alumna of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel class of 1995. My daughter is a 5th grader and delighted to say she attends Our Lady of Mt. Carmel school.
My family and I lived in Elmsford for over 25+ years but recently moved to Croton-on-Hudson, NY. We are active members of the community, and sponsor and volunteer many extracurricular events to improve the welfare of the children.
Professionally, I worked for JP Morgan Chase for 16 years. In 2017, I moved on and currently own a moving business. I enjoy every moment of being self employed, as it gives me the flexibility to focus on my family.
I’m excited about the opportunity to be involved in the school decisions that impact our kids’ education and overall school experience. I look forward with helping to execute these elements.
Hello! My name is Karen Sannemann, I am the mother of a 3rd grade girl and also a 17-year-old adolescent son studying at another school. I am very happy to be able to participate in the activities of OLMC school, and to be part of the parish community, attending Sunday masses.
I’m from Paraguay, a country in the center of South America, and I have been living here for 20 years. I’ve dedicated myself to caring for children, for whom I feel great love, and have great satisfaction helping them grow up healthy and with positive values, so that they can later be good people in our society.
With the trust I place in God, I hope that our community can achieve all the proposed objectives for the good of our children, working in community and harmony.