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Notable Alumni

Archbishop Carroll High School 

Distinguished Alumni

(as of May 3, 2021)


  • Kendrick Ashton ’93
    Co-Founder and Co-CEO, The St. James Group (SJG)
  • James (Jim) Beers ’57
    Founding Partner, Beers & Cutler accounting firm (retired)
  • Ruben Boumtje Boumtje ’97
    Data Scientist, former professional basketball player
  • Lester “Jay” Butler, Jr. ’92
    Men’s Basketball Coach, Virginia Union University, 2015-present
  • Billi Godsey Chambers ’99
    Women’s Basketball Coach, Iona College, 2013-present
  • Evens Charles ’90
    Founder, Managing Principal, Frontier Development & Hospitality Group, LLC
  • Honorable Erik Christian ’78
    Associate Judge, Superior Court of the District of Columbia
  • Richard Dyer ’78
    President and General Manager, WUSA (Channel 9), Washington, DC
  • Alvin Clayton Fernandes ’79
    Fashion Model, Restaurateur, Artist
  • Terry Coakley ’73
    Chief Executive Officer, Coakley & Williams Construction
  • Wilfred Ellis ’71, M.D.
    Infectious Disease Specialist
  • Paul Facchina, Sr. ’65
    Former President & CEO, Facchina Construction Co., Inc.,
    Founder, FGS, LLC
  • Robert Facchina ’71
    President, CEO and owner, Johanna Foods, Inc.
  • Cydonii Fairfax ’90
    Executive Vice President & General Counsel, Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County
  • Roger Fairfax, Jr. ’90
    Dean, American University Washington College of Law
  • Leo Green, Jr. ’77
    Retired Judge, Prince George’s County Circuit Court, Catholic Charities Legal Team
  • Luis Grillo ’66
    NBA Official, 1988-2009
  • Rich Harrison ’90
    Grammy Award winning Record Producer and Songwriter, Richcraft Inc.
  • Jimmy Howell ’57
    College Basketball Official, First African –American to referee a NCAA Final Four game
  • Eddie Jordan ’73
    Former NBA Coach and Player, NBA World Champion
  • Nikola Malcolm ’10
    Associate/Intellectual Property, Jones Day
  • Rev. Edward “Monk” Malloy, C.S.C. ’59
    President, University of Notre Dame, 1986-2005
  • Timothy Maloney ’73
    Principal, Joseph Greenwald & Laake, PA
  • Doyle Mitchell ’80
    President, Industrial Bank (oldest and largest African-American owned bank in DC)
  • Bidemi Olaniyi-Leyimu ’92
    Medical Doctor and Colonel, U.S. Army
  • Mjeema Pickett ’95
    Global Programming Head for R&B and Soul, Spotify
  • Martin Puryear ’58
    World-renown sculptor
  • Addison Barry Rand ’62
    Among the first African-Americans to lead a Fortune 500 company
    Chief Executive Officer / Avis and AARP
  • Reyes Family (Chris ’71, Jude ’73, David ’75, Bill ’76, John ’79, Jim’81)
    Reyes Holdings, LLC
  • Boyd Rutherford ’75
    Lieutenant Governor of Maryland, 2015-present
  • Jonathan Sawyer ’73
    Co-Founder & CEO, Xetawave
  • Lawrence Smith ’55
    Retired Banker and Independent Scholar
  • Michael Steele ’77
    First African-American elected to statewide office in Maryland
    Lieutenant Governor of Maryland, 2003-2007
  • John Thompson, Jr. ’60
    Georgetown University Basketball Coach, 1972-1999
    First African-American Coach to guide his team to the NCAA Basketball Championship,
    U.S. Olympic Coach, Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame member, NBA World Champion
  • Edwin Villegas ’88
    CEO, Winmar Construction, Inc.
  • Troy Weaver ’86
    General Manager, Detroit Pistons, 2020-present
  • Robert White, Jr. ’00
    DC City Council member, 2016-present
  • Jamal Williams ’94
    13-year NFL player, 1998-2011

Eternal rest, grant unto him O Lord and let perpetual Light shine upon him. May his soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.