I leave work and I feel good and I can’t wait to go into work the next day. And I love being able to be a part of growing the school, and telling other people about the school, and telling people that they should send their daughters to this school because they’ll get a phenomenal education and they’re going to become strong, independent women. And really it’s a phenomenal place and I’m really happy to be back.
Caitlin Sargent Lubelczyk was born in Worcester in 1982, grew up on Chester Street in 1988, and attended Notre Dame Academy in 2000. Caitlin met her husband in 2008 and she has a daughter named Olivia who is almost eight. She and her husband moved to the Burncoat area and just recently she began working at Notre Dame Academy in 2016 as Director of Communications and Alumnae Relations. In 2016 she was awarded the 40 Under 40 Award from the Worcester Business Journal. Caitlin has made changes in her career that she is grateful for. In this interview, Caitlin discusses the struggles and joys of her experience in her working career. From going to college for psychology and changing her path to theater later on, to finding a job in health care, to now working at a high school. She discusses the challenges she faced in building up a successful career and working in the health industry while facing family illness. Caitlin elaborates upon the importance of time and to not stress about the little things, to just live. In this interview, Caitlin also touches on her experiences as a young working mother and the changes that she witnessed on Chester Street over the years. She is also currently President of the Emerald Club.