Grad Decade: 1970s

Julia Reichert ’70

Julia Reichert ’70 (Antioch College, BA) and Steve Bognar are Academy Award-nominated Yellow Springs filmmakers. Their latest documentary about Fuyao Glass America will soon be available for streaming. The film will be shown on Netflix under a partnership between the streaming video company and former President Barack Obama’s and Michelle Obama’s company Higher Ground Productions.

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Lynne Freeman ’79, ’82

Lynne Freeman ’79, ’82 (Los Angeles, BA, MA Clinical Psych.) recently launched a new online mental health directory at psychotherapesource.com and welcomes participation by Antioch psychology alumni. A specialist in anxiety disorders, she operates a private practice in Encino, CA, and is a lecturer and frequent commentator for radio and television. She published a book, Panic Free, in 1999.

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Arlene Hilton ’79

Arlene Hilton ’79 (Philadelphia, BA) is a professional jazz singer and event producer in Philadelphia, where she performs regularly with some of the city’s top jazz musicians.

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Cindy Thomashow ’78

Cindy Thomashow ’78 (New England, MS Env. Studies) is co-director of the graduate program in Urban Environmental Education at IslandWood in partnership with Antioch University Seattle. The program launched in 2015 and prepares educators to work at the intersection of social justice and environmental leadership in urban settings.

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Jeffrey M. Kolansky ’78

Jeffrey M. Kolansky ’78 (Antioch School of Law, JD) is Vice President of the Philadelphia Police Foundation, a nonprofit organization that supports the Philadelphia Police Department. He is Managing Partner of the Philadelphia office of Archer P.C.

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Robert “Bobb” Stokes ’76

Robert “Bobb” Stokes ’76 (Antioch College, BA) was honored as the “2018 Distinguished Alum” at Triad High School in North Lewisburg, OH. Dr. Stokes has more than 40 years of experience in general transportation planning and applied transportation research. He served as department head and professor of civil engineering at Kansas State University.

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Michele Mirman ’76

Michele Mirman ’76 (Antioch School of Law, JD) is President of the Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association. She is Managing Partner at Mirman, Markovits & Landau, P.C. in New York City. In 1985, she won the then highest verdict in the U.S., $4M, on behalf of a rape victim.

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Wilbur (Will) Colom ’76

Wilbur (Will) Colom ’76 (Antioch School of Law, JD) was featured in the May 2018 Deseret News about how his friendship with attorney Jim Hill forged an alliance between The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Just five years out of law school, Will became the youngest lawyer in history to argue a case before the U.S. Supreme Court (Mississippi University for Women vs. Hogan, which established the major precedent abolishing single-sex, state supported education). He is the founding, senior partner at Colom Law Firm, with offices in Columbus

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Betty Turner ’73, ’75

Betty Turner ’73, ’75 (Philadelphia, BA, MEd) was honored by the Germantown United Community Development Corporation, a nonprofit that promotes the revitalization of Germantown’s business corridors. Betty was one of two inaugural recipients of the Pillar of the Community Award. She taught at Antioch from 1977 to 1986, receiving a Faculty Leadership and Development Award in 1983.

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Paul Millman ’73

Paul Millman ’73 (New England, MEd) is the co-founder and president of Chroma Technology, a leading manufacturer of optical filters and related products. Chroma’s positive business practices were highlighted in a Nov. 27, 2017 Forbes story about the company’s practices of hiring and retaining older workers and encouraging mentoring and peer work trainers.

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Leonard Hoshijo ’73

Leonard Hoshijo ’73 (Antioch College, BA) was appointed by Hawaii Governor David Ige in Jan. 2018 to head the state’s Department of Labor and Industrial Relations.

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Idris Ackamoor ’73

Idris Ackamoor ’73 (Antioch College, BA) and his musical group The Pyramids have a new album out, “An Angel Fell” (Strut Records). The alto saxophonist co-founded The Pyramids in 1972 while participating in an Antioch Education Abroad program.

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