Two graduates from Bishop Verot Catholic High School were recently recognized by Business Observer, a regional business-to-business publication, as 40 Under 40 award recipients representing Lee and Collier counties for 2016.
Noelle Casagrande-Montgomery, 33, and Kevin Greenwell, 37, were selected from a pool of nominations from Polk through Collier counties. Casagrande-Montgomery is Director of Corporate Communications at Fort Myers-based Chico’s FAS. Greenwell is Agency Principal at East & Greenwell Insurance, Inc., based in Estero and Naples.
They graduated from Bishop Verot in 2002 and 1997, respectively.
For more information about Bishop Verot or its alumni group, contact Gina Lombardo at 239-274-6730.
ABOUT BISHOP VEROT CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL:
Bishop Verot Catholic High School is a co-educational institution in the Diocese of Venice, Florida. It is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and a member of the National Catholic Education Association (NCEA). Founded in 1962, Bishop Verot has earned a reputation for excellence through our commitment to religious mission, academic achievement, and service to the community. The school currently enrolls over 670 students in grades 9-12. Bishop Verot’s college preparatory curriculum includes Honors courses, Advanced Placement (AP) program, and dual enrollment credit opportunities. Annually, over 99% of our graduates continue their formal education at a number of outstanding colleges and universities across America.