On April 25, 2018, Del. Jerrauld "Jay" Jones '06 spoke to Norfolk Collegiate's upper school students, alumni and guests during the Alumni Awards Breakfast. At 28 years old, Jones is the youngest-elected delegate and is currently representing the 89th House District. In addition to delivering the keynote address, Jones was awarded with the Distinguished Alumni Award. Read more. 

2018 award recipients

The following alumni were honored at the 2018 Alumni Awards Breakfast:

Jay Jones '06

Keynote Speaker & Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient

For Jerrauld “Jay” Jones ’06, the path to leadership is in his blood. The son of lifelong public servants—his father is eight-term Del. Jerrauld Jones and his mother lawyer Lyn Jones—he knew he wanted to lead and serve his community at an early age.

This January, Jones was sworn in to represent the 89th District in the Virginia House of Delegates, becoming the youngest current member of the General Assembly. With his appointment followed roles on the General Laws, Transportation and Finance committees. 

As a teen, he gained significant experience with the Virginia legislature, serving as a page in the Virginia House of Delegates in 2003 and as a legislative intern to former Dels. Paula Miller and Algie Howell.

Outside of his political duties, Jones serves on the boards of the Boys and Girls Club of Southeastern Virginia, Festevents Ltd., the Elizabeth River Trail Foundation and the Old Dominion University Athletic Foundation’s Next Generation Board. 

He completed his undergraduate studies at the College of William and Mary where he double majored in government and history. After graduation, he became an associate with Goldman Sachs where he focused on risk management and rating advisory. He then obtained his law degree from the University of Virginia, whereupon graduation began practicing law in Norfolk. He is currently a partner with Bischoff Martingayle P.C.

In his spare time, Jones enjoys cheering on the Tides at Harbor Park and attending festivals, concerts and other events around Norfolk as well as spending time with friends and family. 

 

Pamela Karangelen Crenshaw '92

Alumni Service Award Recipient

Pamela Crenshaw ’92, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) certified and licensed speech-language pathologist, is the owner and clinical director of Norfolk Speech and Language Services, a private speech and language therapy practice serving children and adults with communication and learning disorders in Hampton Roads.

Crenshaw attended first through 12th grade at Norfolk Collegiate and went on to earn a bachelor of arts from the University of Virginia in 1996. She then moved to Washington, D.C. where she served as the education and healthcare legislative assistant for Congressman Owen Pickett before earning her masters in speech and language pathology from George Washington University in 2002.

She continued to serve at GWU as an adjunct professor and lecturer until 2004 when she returned to Norfolk. Today, she and her husband, Lew, live with their three children, all of whom attend Collegiate.

When she's not working, Crenshaw serves on Collegiate’s Alumni Board (where she's sat since 2010) and is a Parent Ambassador for the Class of 2021. She has been a leader and co-leader for the Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughter’s Magnolia Circle, where she has been chair of Magnolia Circle’s “March Madness” fundraiser for the past 13 years.

 

Spencer Tinkham '11

Young Alumni Service Award Recipient

Spencer Tinkham ‘11 is regarded as one of the most talented, widely followed wood sculptors of his generation. Tinkham graduated from Norfolk Collegiate in 2011 and went on to earn a bachelor’s in economics from Baylor University in 2015. Upon graduation, he began a decoy, folk art and antique restoration business in Norfolk, where he resides with his wife. A Virginia native, Tinkham became enthralled with the rich variety of wildlife along the shores of the Chesapeake Bay and its estuaries as a child. A self-taught artist, he has won several awards, including the prestigious decorative bird carving Ward World Championship Youth Division.

 

 For more information, please contact Cayte Brown '08, alumni & community relations manager, at cbrown@norfolkcollegiate.org.