Jason Engle ’98 becomes Clerk of MB Alumni Association

Dave Murphy ’91 stepped down as clerk of the Moses Brown Alumni Association in June and passed the torch to Jason Engle ’98. The self-governing board for all MB alumni, the MBAA coordinates a range of events and experiences for alumni to stay connected with the school and each other.

“My experience as Clerk was nothing less than a wonderful opportunity to engage the MB community in a deeper and more meaningful way,” says Dave, who has joined the Moses Brown School Board of Trustees. “MB helped shape me and is having a similar impact on my own children’s lives. I am both honored and excited to serve the community and help guide MB through the current transition and the next chapter of MB’s story.”

Due to his professional experience as president of Contractor Supply Inc, Dave will serve as Clerk of the Grounds and Buildings committee. Jason assumes the role of Clerk after 13 years on the MBAA, where he helped improve the awards selection process and assisted in planning all MBAA events around Providence, including the Quaker Classic Golf Outing and our fall reception.

 

 

Jason is vice president of Little Kids, Inc., which is the #1 bubble toy company in the country and also produces other award winning toys; he and his wife, Jessica, are the parents of three Moses Brown students. “

As both an alum and current parent, I am excited and honored to represent the MB alumni community,” said Jason. “Moses Brown alumni are committed to the success of Moses Brown, and I look forward to increasing alumni participation within the school community.”

One of the ways Jason hopes to achieve this is encouraging alumni to stay actively engaged with the school. Whether it’s being a guest speaker in class, participating on MBAA committees, or supporting the Randall Bliss ’46 scholarship fund among others, there are so many ways alumni can give back and support MB.