Skip To Main Content
No post to display.
Windsor Recognizes Recent Alumna and Current Senior 

The town of Windsor, Conn., recently celebrated its fourth annual Phenomenal Women Awards, given to those who have made a difference in a variety of ways. Two of the five honored were Delaney Denno ’23 and senior Anuva Kolli.  

“Delaney Denno embodies justice and compassion in the Windsor and Loomis Chaffee communities,” noted the award bio on Delaney, whose family is from Windsor. 

Delaney Denno '23 was a president of PRISM at Loomis.

Delaney was a president of PRISM (People Rising in Support of Multiculturalism) at Loomis as well as an environmental proctor, a leadership position that focuses on environmental sustainability initiatives on campus. 

As a senior, she was awarded the Matthew Whitehead Prize, which recognizes students whose actions have been instrumental in creating and supporting an inclusive community at Loomis Chaffee. 

Anuva’s award bio noted that she has been a “driving force behind various diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives” at Loomis.  Anuva is a PRISM president and is president of the South Asian Society. She has represented Loomis at Model United Nations conferences, where she has won numerous awards, and she is a member of the cross country team, Chamber Singers, and Concert Choir. For the past two years she has performed at the school’s Martin Luther King Day celebrations. 

Her bio goes on to note that she “has brought a passion and willingness to give back, share, and educate those around her with an empathetic and understanding approach, and fosters discussion with people from different backgrounds and perspectives.” 

As a junior she was awarded the Founders Prize and the William C. Card Junior Music Award. 

Anuva singing at 2023 MLK celebration

Anuva Kolli, left, now a senior, singing at the 2023 MLK Celebration with Jaleen Kairys. Anuva also sang this year.



More News & Stories

Check out the latest Loomis Chaffee news.