Ann Malabre graduated from Exeter in 1981 and earned her B.S. in Biology from Trinity College and M.A.T. from Simmons College. She is a coach, facilitator, and educator. Trained in conflict resolution and the neuroscience of trauma, she is an advocate for healing change and accountability in the response to sexual violence. She has 10 years of training in the intergenerational context of trauma and healing through emergent constellations, and is a trauma support coach. She is a consultant in conflict resolution, restorative work, and facilitates circle dialogues in educational communities. Beside private practice, Ann currently works with Sarah Peyton author, international speaker and neuroscience educator as well as for the organization Hidden Water dedicated to transforming life after child sexual abuse. Before choosing full-time motherhood of four children from 1996-2014, she was an Associate Dean of Students at Governor’s Academy (Byfield, MA), and an instructor and instructor trainer at Hurricane Island and North Carolina Outward Bound Schools. At the Kurt Hahn Leadership Center, she trained instructors in learning and teaching styles and developed experiential curriculum for the Expeditionary Learning charter school. Ann willingly supports survivors of sexual misconduct from Exeter in any way that is meaningful to them.
Ann was assaulted by Exeter anthropology teacher Donald Foster, and dorm master and history teacher Richard Schubart
Julia Gray graduated from Exeter in 1997 and went on to pursue degrees in Music Performance and English. She worked in arts administration at Carnegie Hall for ten years before stepping away from the professional workforce to be a full time mother to her two sons. Inspired in large part by her work with PATH and Exeter survivors of sexual harm, Julia is currently completing her Masters in Social Work at Columbia University with a focus in advanced clinical practice.
Valerie Wagner graduated from Exeter in 1983, and earned her B.A. from Pomona College and J.D. from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. Valerie has been a practicing attorney in California for over 25 years and her practice currently focuses on litigation and data privacy. She has been involved in the support of survivors of sexual abuse at Exeter for several years and is one of the founding members of PATH. She lives in San Francisco with her husband, son, and three dogs.