About Us

Media & Communications

Peddie School’s Office of Marketing and Communications is responsible for all external print and media communication including the Peddie AM, peddie.org, the Chronicle and other print publications, social media and live streaming as well as media relations, advertising, photography and videography. 

Press and media inquiries: Please contact Wendi Patella at wpatella@peddie.org or 609-944-7678 with questions relating to press releases, photo permission, use of Peddie logos, the presence of public media on campus or any other concerns relating to media or publicity.

Marketing and Communications

List of 5 members.

  • Wendi Patella 

    Director of Marketing and Communications (Interim)
    Rutgers University - B.A.
  • Carrie Harrington 

    Associate Director of Publications
    University of New Hampshire - B.A.
  • Douglas Mariboe 

    Sports Information Coordinator
    University of Vermont - B.S.
  • Conor McArdle 

    Assistant Director of Multimedia Strategy and Production
    University of Vermont - B.A.
  • Patricia O'Neill 

    Assistant Director, Web Strategy and Communications
    University of Scranton - B.A.
The mission of the Office of Marketing and Communications at Peddie is to drive the leadership positioning of the school by protecting and projecting a positive image of the school to the public and by overseeing and executing high-level external communications to key stakeholders. 

Campus News

List of 3 news stories.

  • MLK commemoration highlights social equality

    Peddie School hosted a series of seminars and workshops today in commemoration of the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Fall athletic award winners announced

    The Peddie School Athletic Department hosted their 20th annual Fall Sports Awards presentation on Tuesday evening at the Ian H. Graham '50 Athletic Center honoring student-athletes from all seven varsity programs.
  • Putting the arts to work: Faculty Arts Exhibit showcases diverse talents

    For visual arts teacher Andrew Harrison, creating art is an important part of being an educator.
    “I actually think it’s critical,” said Harrison, who also serves as director of Peddie’s Mariboe Gallery. “There is not a big separation between what I do in the studio and what I am teaching. Keeping active creatively makes me more genuine when talking to my students, and they sense that.” 
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