Recent from Alumni Lives
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Milton “Milt” McFalls II was named Moorestown Citizen of the Year by the Moorestown (N.J.) Service Clubs Council for his voluntary contributions to the community. Elizabethtown magazine profiled McFalls in the Lives of Service column last fall.
Kathy (Goodman) Montgomery is co-owner of Longevity, a personal fitness studio dedicated to people over 50. The Hershey-based company opened in December.
Wendi Ailor was named director of alumni relations and special events for the College of Science: Purdue University.
Frank DeAngelis, a partner with the law firm Mound Cotton Wollan & Greengrass, coauthored New Jersey Insurance Coverage Litigation 2015: A Practitioner’s Guide, published by the New Jersey Bar Association’s Institute for Continuing Education.
Andrea Hibshman, who has worked for DuPont for more than 12 years, accepted the position of chief information officer and global IT business manager for its nutrition and health business unit. She, her husband and their twin daughters live in Copenhagen, Denmark, for this international assignment.
Jen Bothwell Polimer and her husband, Ben welcomed their son, Max Charles into the world on November 11, 2014. They currently reside in Franklin, Mass. where Jen is in her eighth year as the director of student activities and orientation at Dean College.
Mark Hostutler released his third self-published book, The Eulogy of Pittsburgh’s Schenely Spartans. The work examines the effect private and charter schools have on inner-city public schools—and traditional high school basketball.
Liz Romaine, in January, became director of marketing and communications for the Pennsylvania SPCA and is based in its Philadelphia headquarters. She spent the previous 10 years at Five Below, most recently as director of marketing operations.
Cheryl (Springer) Boyle – See Eric Boyle ’05
Beth Dodson was named vice president and counsel for the Bank of New York Mellon in Pittsburgh.
Kate Norton, who previously served as the city of Boston’s press secretary, took up the post of vice president of communications for
Boston-based political consulting firm CK Strategies.
Jeremy Ebersole was elected to the board of directors for the Society of Commercial Archaeology, an international membership organization devoted to rallying a community of support around 20th-century roadside architecture. He also relocated to Woodstock, Vt., and serves as a concierge at the Woodstock Inn & Resort.
Alicia McGuigan ’05 and her husband welcomed their first child, Lillian Ruth McGuigan on December 23, 2014.
Daniel Mallinson successfully defended his doctoral dissertation in February, and he will graduate from Pennsylvania State University with a Ph.D. in political science in May. In June 2015, he will be an assistant professor of political science at Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.
Stephen Juliano began work as the marketing communications specialist at Penn State University – Dickinson Law in Carlisle, where he oversees digital media and digital and traditional advertising.
Adam R. Kosheba, a Pennsylvania State Police Officer from Maytown, was promoted to captain and commanding officer of Troop H in Harrisburg. He is a veteran of the United States Army Reserve, where he served as a combat medic. Since graduating from E-town, he has completed a master’s degree in police administration and leadership from Wilmington University.
Derek Shanely started a music company, Night Water Project, which offers music-related services including mixing and mastering, original music for advertisements, hand bell music and a cappella arrangements.
Martina White ‘10 – see related photo story.
Brittany Daiutolo earned her masters degree in microbiology from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia in December 2014.
Barbara Prince earned her master’s degree in sociology from West Virginia University.
Monique D’ Almeida is working towards a master’s degree in Japanese art history at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. She’s curating her first art exhibit, which will run through the end of May at the Honolulu Museum of Art.
Donte McCrary-McClain was promoted to assistant global brand development manager at Unilever, where he’s been employed since 2013. He resides in New York City.
Rachael Smith and Ashley Zehner spent 23 days in Quito, Ecuador. They worked with International Volunteer HQ and spent two weeks in kindergarten classrooms assisting the teachers with lessons and helping teach the students.
Ashley Zehner – see Rachel Smith
Cassie Meade was hired as a graphic designer with the creative and strategic team at the Borenstein Group in Alexandria, Va. She also will be a key player in internal project management.
Agnetha Serrame was named operations coordinator at A.C. Moore’s corporate headquarters in Berlin, N.J. In 2014 she won a Ked’s “Change Your Community” grant.