Recent from Alumni Lives
Recent from Happenings
Recent from Passages
Thomas Ott was inducted into the Pennsylvania chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame for his 50 years of service as a wrestler, wrestling official and tournament director.
H. James Hulton III was named an elder of Trinity Presbyterian Church of Berwyn in 2009. He serves as the church publicist, a choir member, and he co-chairs the worship committee. Additionally, he is a freelance writer and consultant.
Gary L. Myers was awarded an Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award in Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine, at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry’s meeting in Atlanta, Georgia.
DeHaven Robinson retired April 3, 2015, after 25 years of service as the chemistry technician at Public Service Electric & Gas Nuclear Generating Station.
Jennifer Andren was named vice president and media director of Packer, Oesterling & Smith in Harrisburg. In her new position, she will oversee media planning, buying and client management.
Patricia (Tisdale) Clark was named the New Jersey Governor’s Educator of the Year for her excellence in providing occupational therapy to elementary-age children.
Gretchen Yeninas was named an Oustanding Advisor for her service to Wilkes University. The award ceremony took place in September 2015.
Mark Clapper was appointed executive director of college engagement opportunities at Elizabethtown College. He also was elected to the Executive Committee of the National Educational Alumni Trust.
Francis Schodowski was named vice president for advancement at Columbia (South Carolina) College.
Kelly Weaver was named co-director of student activities for the Iolani School in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Erin Ridgway was named the Cape May County Teacher of the Year for the 2015-2016 school year. She has worked at Glenwood Avenue School in Wildwood for 15 years and works as a literacy coach.
Ryan Unger was appointed president and CEO for the Team Pennsylvania Foundation, which works to better the educational and business opportunities in Pennsylvania.
Lori DesRochers was published in a Princeton Review text, titled, “Are You Ready for the SAT and ACT?, 2nd Edition: Building Critical Reading Skills for Rising High School Students.”
Nicole Peters was hired as an account manager for Godfrey marketing agency.
Gerald Brown was recently promoted to partner with Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver and Jacobson LLP.
Mary Holman moved to Madison, Wisconsin, to join the Lands’ End Apparel Sourcing and Product Development Team.
Jose Riofrio was appointed assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Quinnipiac University. He
earned his doctoral degree in mechanical engineering from Vanderbilt University in 2008.
J.B. Brubaker, guitarist for August Burns Red, was nominated for a Grammy at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards. The band was nominated for Best Metal Performance for its song, titled, “Identity.”
Ashley Kerns, assistant director of education for the Walnut Street Theatre, plans to write a touring outreach play for the 2016-2017 season. The play targets teen students on the topic of body positivity.
Amanda Brunish was hired at Byrnes Health Education Center as director of marketing.
Matthew Witkovsky has founded Wit Beer Tours, a Lancaster County-based educational company that provides behind-the-scenes experiences at local craft breweries and beer bars.
Ryan Cohick was promoted to senior producer of cross-market syndication with Advance Digital’s National Desk. He will coordinate the sharing of news articles among 11 national markets.
b was appointed zookeeper at Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium in Washington. She works as the lead keeper as well as intern coordinator for the zoo.
Jarret Stehr recently completed his master’s degree in educational administration and supervision at McDaniel College. He also obtained his K-12 principal certification.
Laura Golomb was hired as the volunteer manager for the Court-Appointed Special Advocates of Lancaster County. She joined the organization in August 2014.
Julie Moore recently earned her masters degree in business administration from the University of Baltimore/Towson University MBA Program.
Martin C. Harnish received his license to practice public accounting. He has worked for Rotz & Stonesifer since 2013.
LeighAnn Matthews presented on the educational benefits of using Google Classroom at the 2016 Spring Conference of the New Jersey Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages/New Jersey Bilingual Educators.
Christi Brown was named chair of the 2016 York Go Red for Women Luncheon, an event of the American Heart Association. She also is the director of volunteer services with WellSpan Health.
Madeline Jackson was honored as a 2015 Chimes recipient of the Parnella Fund Award for occupational therapy service.
Kaitlyn Miller was promoted to senior assistant director of alumni relations at Elizabethtown College.
Janie Szybist accepted the position of assistant director of donor relations for Loyola University.
Kimberly Keller was named managing director for the Salt Bay Chamberfest. She has performed in numerous ensembles around the world, including Salvador, Brazil.
Robert Graham was hired as head sailing coach at Princeton University.
Sarah Thomas was hired by a chapter of UPS in Dublin, Ireland. She recently finished an internship at the Little Museum in Dublin.
Amy Stoops was awarded a First Class Teacher Award for her excellence in prekindergarten education at Hurlock Elementary School.
Donna Talarico presented a workshop at the Higher Education Web Professionals conference. In 2015, she started a freelance writing and marketing company.