Support MA

Thank you for your interest in learning more about the various ways you can support MA!

The Montgomery Academy has benefitted from a tradition of philanthropy since our founding in 1959. The very things that define the Academy experience, from our campus and facilities to our academic and co-curricular programs, all are made possible because of the generous support of alumni, current parents, parents of alumni, grandparents, faculty, staff and friends. The spirit of volunteerism and giving and the countless ways the MA family gives back its time, creativity and resources truly sets MA apart.

MA Advancement Office

Carolyn Peddy Bryan '75
Director of Development
  1. 334-273-7144

Carolyn, a 1975 graduate of The Montgomery Academy, has been working at the school since 1991. She attended Auburn University where she earned her bachelor’s degree in accounting before moving to Huntsville, AL where she worked as an operations manager in a brokerage firm for several years. After returning to Montgomery where she worked in the corporate field, she joined the Academy as a member of the business office before moving to the development office in 1995. Carolyn, a member of Leadership Montgomery Class 25, is a past president of the organization and is currently serving on the Board of Directors. She is a sustaining member of the Junior League of Montgomery and has volunteered with several other community organizations. Carolyn is married to Bill, an Academy graduate, and they are the proud parents of two children – Blake and Katherine who are also graduates of MA and one grandson, Tyler. Carolyn and Bill are active members of First United Methodist Church.

Rachael Saucer Gallagher '03
Alumni and Advancement Coordinator
  1. 334-273-7155

A 2003 graduate of MA, Rachael joined the Academy staff in April 2013. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from The University of Alabama earning her bachelor's degree magna cum laude in biology. Rachael's community involvement includes serving as a board member for the Montgomery Area Zoological Society, Samaritan Counseling Center, Britton YMCA, and the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts JEB. She is also active on the Jimmy Hitchcock Award committee and the Blue Gray National Tennis Classic committee. Rachael is a graduate of Leadership Montgomery Torchbearer’s Class VI. Rachael and her husband, Tim, live in Cloverdale with their daughter, Kate, and their dogs, Hurley and Princess Buttercup. She enjoys playing tennis and soccer, reading, trivia and a good brunch. Rachael is thrilled to work alongside many of her favorite former teachers and serve her fellow alumni.

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