Jaeson D’ Alessandro ’23 wins Lieutenant Governor Award

Congratulations to Jaeson “Jae” D’Alessandro, a graduating senior at Moses Brown School, who received the Lieutenant Governor’s Award for his outstanding efforts in serving the local community and effecting positive change through his leadership roles.

Established in 1993, the Lieutenant Governor’s Award has bestowed recognition upon hundreds of students who have made a difference in their respective school communities. This award is presented to a graduating senior residing in Rhode Island who embodies specific qualities of a true student leader.

The qualities include a demonstrated dedication to their studies and a commitment to community service, as well as leading positive change in their school or community and inspiring other students to excel and achieve.

D’Alessandro’s commitment to service and his ability to lead others have set him apart. Throughout his high school years, he made a positive impact by dedicating himself to serving the Providence community through the creation of a club to help address inequities faced by Providence Youth. Jae led at MB as co-president of the school and as a two-year captain of the varsity soccer team.

D’Alessandro’s remarkable achievement was recognized at the Rhode Island State House on Monday, June 5, where he was honored alongside 19 other local seniors.

Jae shared “I feel incredibly honored that Moses Brown nominated me for this award, and it was rewarding to know that the service work I have done in Providence and the leadership roles I have taken on were recognized and appreciated by others.”