Antioch University Midwest Class of 2014

YELLOW SPRINGS, OH ― Over 100 students make up the Antioch University Midwest Class of 2014.

Bachelor Of Arts

B.A. in Early Childhood Education
Althea Ann-Marie Anderson, Fairborn, Ohio
Jessica Anne Bates, Springfield, Ohio
Amber Nicole Bradley, Fairborn, Ohio
Starr Eileen Butler, Fairborn, Ohio
Amanda Beth Combs, Middletown, Ohio
Elisabeth Eve Hirtzinger, Springfield, Ohio
Courtney Lynn Montgomery, Jamestown, Ohio
Shannon Ann Pearson, Springfield, Ohio
Stephanie Morgan VanHouten, Kettering, Ohio
Mary Elizabeth Weter, Kettering, Ohio

B.A. in Health and Wellness
Kathleen Sue Keeley, Vandalia, Ohio
Marcelina Denise Meigs-Kilby, Dayton, Ohio
Clovis R. Rogers, Springfield, Ohio

B.A. in Health and Wellness and Early Childhood Education
Amy Lynn Brooker, Wilmington, Ohio

B.A. in Health and Wellness and Humanities
Jennifer Michelle Vencill, Eaton, Ohio

B.A. in Human Services Administration
Jamey Lee Freeman, Springfield, Ohio
Jodi Dawn Kincaid, Brookville, Ohio
Marcelina Denise Meigs-Kilby, Dayton, Ohio
Jade Allison Sartin, South Vienna, Ohio

B.A. in Humanities
Brookie Gullett, Yellow Springs, Ohio
Erik Kristian Hart, Beavercreek, Ohio
Rachel DeAnn Zink, Beavercreek, Ohio

B.A. in Liberal Arts and Creative Writing
Miracle K. Elam, Yellow Springs, Ohio
Stephen L. Mayne, Beavercreek, Ohio

B.A. in Management
Jason Michael Adams, Kettering, Ohio
Ayonna Mekcole Epps, Dayton, Ohio
Shaniqua Nichele Jones, Dayton, Ohio
Elaine Ruth Miller, Springfield, Ohio
Nathan James Utz, Troy, Ohio
Elizabeth Gale White, South Charleston, Ohio
Patrick Dean Young, Carlisle, Ohio

B.A. in Sustainability
Laura M. Blake, Indianapolis, Indiana

Master Of Arts

Individualized Masters of Arts
Jessica Amgwerd, San Francisco, California
Social Sciences

Jennifer Christine Ater, Yellow Springs, Ohio
Yoga Studies

Christopher Scott Branam, Bloomington, Indiana
Creative Writing

Brooke Blackmon Bryan, Xenia, Ohio
Oral History

Andrea Suzanne Collins, Jacksonville, Florida
Creative Writing

Barbie Ann Flannigan, Gahanna, Ohio
Creative Writing

Nathan Paul Floom, Kettering, Ohio
Creative Writing

Lauren B. Gazzola, New York, New York
First Amendment / Free Expression Studies

Brian Patrick Good, Carpenteria, California
Philosophy

Rebecca K. Marchosky, New York, New York
Acting and Writing

Vickie L. Nighswander, Dublin, Ohio
Holistic Health and Wellness

Shadow Margue Silvers, Baker City, Oregon
Social Sciences

Rebecca Synan, Oregonia, Ohio
Social Sciences

Ophelia Thomas, Cincinnati, Ohio
Creative Writing

Hermila “Mily” Treviño-Sauceda, Thousand Palms, California
Rural Community Development

Lydia Moore VanderKaay, Yellow Springs, Ohio
Writing and Embodiment

Shawn Michael Young, Crestline, Ohio
Creative Writing

Conflict Analysis and Engagement
John Collin Arment, Yellow Springs, Ohio
Charmaine Tamara Beard, Huber Heights, Ohio
Cheryl Elaine Burns, Dayton, Ohio
Leanne Smith Nurse, Washington, District of Columbia
Roy Willman, Peebles, Ohio

Adult Development Concentration
Deborah Helene Bacon, Marion, Ohio
Amanda Rose Bryant, Beavercreek, Ohio
Sharain Melissa Clark, Saranac Lake, New York
Kimberly Belisle Horton, Dayton, Ohio

Human Resources Concentration
Rose Vogel, Bellingham, Washington

International Mediation Concentration
Alana Pumilia Takacs, Dayton, Ohio

Organizational Conflict and Leadership Concentration
Lindsey Aimee-Michelle Combs, Dayton, Ohio

Management and Leading Change
David J. Brennan, Dublin, Ohio
Lisa L. Brown, Jamestown, Ohio
Thomas E. Clevenger, Jr., Yellow Springs, Ohio
Kenneth James Pagano, Dayton, Ohio
Shirletta J. Sales, Dayton, Ohio

Human Resources Concentration
Deanna Jo Barbour, Trenton, Ohio
Patricia Richardson, Xenia, Ohio

Organizational Leadership Concentration
Katrina L. Allen, Cincinnati, Ohio

Master Of Education

Adolescent/Young Adult Education
Nneka Tene Bonds, Columbus, Ohio
Michael Kevin Gunder, Springfield, Ohio

Early Childhood Education
LayToya Lynn Herring, Springfield, Ohio
Verlinda Renée Johnson, Huber Heights, Ohio
Cory Wayne Kettler, Springfield, Ohio
Bradley Scott Olinger, Springfield, Ohio
Katie Ann Rowland, Washington Court House, Ohio
Yolanda Byrd Snyder, Columbus, Ohio

Intervention Specialist
Briony Ann Blackburn, Springfield, Ohio
Nathan Darnell Boles, Trotwood, Ohio
Jessica Lynn Christ, Lakeside, California
Keith Edward Elam, Sr., Huber Heights, Ohio
Jennifer Nolan Georgakas, Centerville, Ohio
Candace Racquel Greenwood   , Bellbrook, Ohio
Jason Scott LeMaster, Beavercreek, Ohio
Cathy L. Saunders, Columbus, Ohio

Middle Childhood Education
Mallory Anna Adams, Springfield, Ohio
Elyse Michelle Ream, Washington Court House, Ohio
Gregory Mark Timmons, Englewood, Ohio

Educational Leadership & Ohio Principal Licensure
Douglas Pollard Andrus, Xenia, Ohio
Myra Shay Baker, Trotwood, Ohio
Rebecca L. Eakins, Jamestown, Ohio
Derek Allan Jackson, Dayton, Ohio
Florence Uche Madueme, Columbus, Ohio
Nicole Corrine Morgan, Columbus, Ohio
Joshua Jamieson Newport, Fairborn, Ohio
Daniel Anthony Palmer, Kettering, Ohio
Gilford Leroy Potter, New Lebanon, Ohio
Robyn Sue Sweet, Xenia, Ohio
Luietta Dorise Wade, Columbus, Ohio
Gwendolyn LaShaun Williams, Columbus, Ohio

Educational Leadership with Professional Concentration
Amy Rachel’ Collins, Xenia, Ohio
Educational Leadership and Intervention Specialist Licensure

Antioch University Midwest: Antioch University Midwest is one of the five campuses of Antioch University, an institution proud of serving adult learners and their specific needs for twenty-five years. Antioch University is a not for profit 501c3 multi-campus university of more than 4,000 students who study at the Antioch Midwest campus in Yellow Springs, OH, and at campuses in Seattle, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, and Keene, New Hampshire, online and around the world!

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