Over the course of my 20 years as owner and head coach of the Rams Swimming Club, a United States Swim Team, I worked with swimmers from the novice level to world ranked caliber helping them develop and reach their next level of competition. In 2007, I was named one of the top female swim coaches in the country and in 2012 I was inducted into the Rhode Island Swimming Hall of Fame. My experiences in business and coaching with the Rams has helped me tremendously at St. George’s, as I have served in many capacities over the course of my 13 years at the school. Since 2004, I have served as the Associate Athletic Director, Aquatics Director, Strength and Conditioning Coach and Boys’ and Girls’ Head Swim Coach.
The Cunningham love for the Hilltop has certainly become a family commitment. My husband, Greg, has been a St. George’s hockey coach for 10 years, our daughter, Tori, graduated in 2013 and our son, Jay, in 2016. I am excited to begin a new chapter in my St. George’s story as an Associate Admission Director and Athletic Liaison, along with my aquatic and head coaching responsibilities, and welcome the opportunity to meet the next generation of Dragons.
Craig Irving teaches biology and chemistry, coaches swimming and sailing, and serves as a dorm parent in Wheeler. Prior to St. George’s, Irving was a science teacher, dorm parent, and head swim coach at the Canterbury School. He earned his master’s in interdisciplinary neuroscience at the University of Rhode Island and his bachelor’s degree in chemistry and neuroscience at Salve Regina University. Irving joined the SG faculty in 2018.