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  1. Anthony Henderson Sr.* (M.S.’04/B)was appointed deputy director of Yale University athletics. 

    Submitted on Aug 21, 2022
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. Diana Woodcock (B.S.’74/H&S; M.F.A.’04/A) received a VCU Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Fund award for her project, “Endangered National Treasures: Writing Poems of Place in Three of America’s National Parks with the Most Endangered Species.” Her project is funded and administered through a partnership between the Office of the Provost and the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation.

    Submitted on Aug 10, 2022
  5. Maribel Street (M.S.’15/GPA; Cert.’15/GPA) has received the IAEM certified emergency manager designation.

    Submitted on Jul 20, 2022
  6. Monique Braxton Fordham Royster (B.S.’81/MC; M.S.’84/MC) led a campaign to rename a middle school formerly named Stonewall Middle in Manassas, Va., for her parents. The school is now known as Unity Braxton honoring Celestine Scott Braxton and Carroll W Braxton, a teacher hired to integrate the schools of northern Virginia and an original Montford Point Marine, the country’s first black Marines; the name also honors the 35 nationalities of students who attend the school. She is a multi-Emmy winning career broadcaster, documentarian, news manager and media expert.

    Submitted on Jul 12, 2022
  7. Chanel Stafford (B.S.’15/H&S) has been appointed assistant director of recruitment at Virginia State University.

    Submitted on Jun 29, 2022
  8. Amanda Vaninwegen, Pharm.D. (Pharm.D.’20/P) got engaged to John McGuinnes in June 2022 to Richmond, Va.

    Submitted on Jun 22, 2022
  9. Victoria Wood (B.S.’18/H&S) is a medical student at Campbell University.

    Submitted on Jun 22, 2022
  10. Benjamin Massie (B.S.’12/B) married classmate and fellow alum Brittany Williamson (B.S.’13/B) in 2022

    Submitted on Jun 22, 2022

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