Jerry Mizey (B.S.'16/H&S) is a graduate student at George Mason University. He is studying applied developmental psychology.
Diana Woodcock (B.S.'74/H&S; M.F.A.'04/H&S) has been promoted to associate professor at VCU's branch campus in Qatar, where she has been teaching since 2014. She is a Ph.D. candidate at Lancaster University, studying creative writing and poetry.
Douglas Johnson (M.H.A.'85/AHP), after 30-plus years as a hospital administrator, has joined the Hattiesburg Clinic, P.A. as its chief cardiovascular officer. With more than 350 providers, HCPA is the second largest independent multispecialty group in the Southeastern U.S. It is also the only Stage 7 HIMSS certified site in Mississippi.
Lawrence Dowler (B.S.'08/H&S) has been elected to serve as chairman of the International Association of Emergency Managers Certified Emergency Manager Commission for 2017.
Robin Heath Kahn (B.S.'02/N; M.S.H.A.'05/AHP) was promoted in September 2015 to senior director of performance improvement for clinical excellence for HCA's Capital Division.
Susan Lin (M.S.'90/AHP) has been appointed to the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute’s Advisory Panel on Assessment of Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment Options, which will advise PCORI and agencies, instrumentalities or other entities conducting patient-centered research. She is the only occupational therapist on the panel and one of the new 41 panel members chosen from more than 400 nominees.
Renee Charlow (M.F.A.'02/A) is a drama teacher at KAA-Herndon in Herndon, Va.
Shafaq Ahman (B.F.A.'91/A) had a solo exhibit, "Mysterious Letters, Realm of the Hidden,"in the 7th Edition Sharjah Calligraphy Biennial, held April 4 to June 6, 2016, at the Sharjah Museum of Contemporary Art, UAE.
Stewart Andrews** (B.F.A.'86/A) partnered with an author and illustrated and designed the first book in a multi-book series, "Yoga Monkey Kids, 12 Beginner Poses and Introduction to Yoga," published by Page Publishing in New York. Examples of the artwork can be viewed at www.yogamonkeykids.com.
Latoya Asia, J.D.** (B.S.'06/GPA), married William Capers III (B.S.'14/GPA) on June 20, 2015, and started a new job as assistant general counsel at E*TRADE in March 2016.