Jody and Guillermo Trinchet P’22 are the parents of Ryan Trinchet ’22. The family lives in the Boston area, where Guillermo works in finance and volunteers as an assistant scoutmaster with Boy Scouts of America. Jody, a former accountant, serves on the board of The Accord School in Norwell, Massachusetts, where Ryan was formerly a student. She is a board member of South Shore SNAP (Special Needs Athletic Partnership), and an active volunteer supporting their daughter’s gymnastics training and competition.
“We like the history of The White Mountain School—its traditions and mission of inquiry and engagement. The School’s small community and the one-on-one relationships the students have with their advisors and others, make it the perfect school for Ryan,” says Jody. These reasons compel the Trinchets, like other White Mountain families and members of our community, to support the Annual Fund.
The Trinchets discovered their love of White Mountain and the mountains it is named after while visiting Franconia Notch and Range, where Guillermo likes to hike and climb. The School’s dedication to student-driven inquiry and experiential learning, both in the classroom and the outdoors, as well as the School’s kind and inclusive culture, resonated with them. These are a few of the many reasons they support White Mountain—so that other students will have the same opportunities as their son.
At White Mountain, we are very fortunate to have parents like the Trinchets who believe in the three pillars of our mission: curiosity, courage, and compassion. Their support directly impacts and ensures the excellent education students receive. Their generosity supports our faculty, capital projects, and enhances the experience for all students. Jody sums it up best, saying, “It is important to us to support organizations that have made an impact on our lives and the lives of our children.”
If you are able, please consider joining the Trinchets with a gift of support to this year’s Annual Fund. Every gift, at every level, makes an impact and allows The White Mountain School to continue our success.
Founded in 1886 and set in the beautiful White Mountains of northern New Hampshire, The White Mountain School is a coeducational college-preparatory boarding and day school for 135 students grades 9-12/PG. Our mission is to be a school of inquiry and engagement. Grounded in an Episcopal heritage, White Mountain prepares and inspires students to lead lives of curiosity, courage, and compassion.