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  1. Seth Schipinski (Cert.'19) was hired as a resident physician at ECU Medical Center in Greenville, North Carolina.

    Submitted on Sep 3, 2023
  2. Linda King (B.S.'94) spoke at the Academy of General Dentistry's meeting in Las Vegas. She also has served as the president of Georgia Dental Association's Northern District Dental Society. In 2021, she attained her lifelong service recognition from the AGD.

    Submitted on Aug 4, 2023
  3. Edna Livengood (B.S.'43) along with 98 other veterans in May, participated in the nonprofit Triad Honor Flight, which transports vets to Washington, D.C., to visit the memorials. Livengood, 100, was the oldest female World War II vet to participate. She also placed a wreath on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and was inducted into the Military Women's Memorial.

    Submitted on Jul 25, 2023
  4. W. Lyman (M.S.W.'82) retired in 2020 from the Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth and Families after 36 years in child welfare. He enjoyed his time as a casework supervisor II, overseeing caseworkers working in direct services and child protective servces.

    Submitted on Jun 30, 2023
  5. Randy Ferrance, M.D., (M.D.'88, H.S.'02) was promoted to regional medical officer with InnovAge PACE. Ferrance is responsible for clinical operations for InnovAge's Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly in the Eastern Region, which consists of Pennsylvania, Virginia and Florida. Ferrance previously served as the area medical director for Virginia.

    Submitted on Jun 22, 2023
  6. Steven McDonnough (B.S.’09) in 2022 established ProFarms Gateway as a 501(c)3 agri-ecotourism-focused international charitable organization in Richmond. It also has operations in Ghana. The organization provides regenerative agriculture, hospitality and climate-smart skills as well as development training to rural youth and women, with an emphasis on alternative livestock-feed production and resort management. See for more information.

    Submitted on Mar 3, 2023
  7. Jacquelyn Claude (B.S.'02) in October 2022 was selected to receive the President's Award from the Nursing Organization of Veterans Affairs.

    Submitted on Oct 6, 2022
  8. Anthony Henderson Sr.* (M.S.’04/B)was appointed deputy director of Yale University athletics. 

    Submitted on Aug 21, 2022
  9. David M. Bailey (B.M.’05/A) received a 2022 Tom Locke Innovative Leader Award from Wesleyan Investive. The award recognizes leaders who exemplify innovative spiritual leadership and missionally driven entrepreneurship across the Wesleyan ecosystem of the spiritual landscape. Each recipient receives $50,000, to be used at their discretion, to further steward their growing leadership and innovative potential. Bailey is a public theologian and founder and chief vision officer of Arrabon in Richmond, Va., which helps leaders build reconciling communities. 

    Submitted on Aug 19, 2022
  10. Reshunda Mahone, Ed.D. (Ed.D.’21/E), has joined North Carolina State University as its  new associate vice chancellor for alumni engagement and annual giving, effective Aug. 15. She previously served as assistant dean for advancement and alumni engagement for the Goizueta Business School at Emory University. Mahone will oversee a newly integrated alumni engagement and annual giving team responsible for engaging the university’s alumni in mutually rewarding long-term relationships. She will also serve as executive director of the NC State Alumni Association, with responsibility for coordinating the association’s activities and its relationship with the Alumni Association’s board of directors.

    Submitted on Aug 12, 2022

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