Trisha Bernardo-Perez ’03 released her newest book, Wonder Dog, in September. It is part of her children’s book series, The Adventures of Josie & Bud. In her books, Bernardo-Perez strives to make personal development and emotional intelligence an integral part of children’s literature. For more about her and her work, visit www.stormpraise.com. She is also excited to announce that she and her husband, Ryan, welcomed their third child, Naomi Faye, to their family on January 27, 2020. They are also the parents of daughter Solana, 16, and son, Andre, 13.


Kristina Bingham-Jones ’03 is the Founder & CEO of Guardianlane.com and recently published a children’s book about healing from loss. Guardianlane.com connects kids around the world who have experienced loss to heal together. Guardianlane is operated by top bereavement counselors who provide social activities kids can share in together, creating their own social healing network. For more, visit www.myforeverguardian.com.


Jason Estrada ’03 is a personal trainer in the LA/South Bay and the owner of Estrada Fitness. His quest is to help people around the world to live a healthier life by becoming physically, spiritually and mentally fit for life. Visit www.estradafitness.com.


Christina Kinane ’03 is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Yale University. She received her Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Michigan. She lives in Connecticut with her husband, Cory, and their kids, Ellie and Ethan.


Fr. Jonathon Meyer ‘04, right, had the opportunity to meet his Holiness, Pope Francis, in the Vatican at the outset of 2020. Fr. Jonathon is currently studying in Rome and working towards his doctorate in moral theology. He has also celebrated Masses, both in person and online, for Bishop Montgomery High School.


Patrick Modrovsky ‘06 won his 5th career Lone Star Emmy as a Producer for FoxSports Southwest. In the category of “Sportscast,” Modrovsky received the Emmy for FOX Sports Southwest’s show “High School Scoreboard Live State Championship Edition.”


South of Sunset Fake Mexicans, a short film by David Tripler ‘07, center, was a finalist at the 2019 All Voices Film Festival. Tripler is a Mexican-American writer, director and actor. He received his degree in Film and TV Production with a minor in Business Administration from Loyola Marymount. Tripler is enrolled in UCLA’s Feature Film Writing Certificate Program and working on his first feature film, Hypebeast.


Andrew Bertucci ‘08, a lieutenant in the United States Navy, spent some time during the beginning of the pandemic serving on the USNS Mercy, which was docked in San Pedro.


Chandler Jones ‘09 received his Master’s Degree in Counseling from San Jose State. He is the wide receivers coach at the College of Idaho.


Megan Ashby-Moreau ’01 (l) and  Melissa Rhoades-Rudder ’01 (r) met up with Tim Fitzsimons ’09 (center) in December when they took a group of BMHS students on a theater trip to New York City. Fitzsimons is an actor working in New York.

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