Grad Decade: 1980s

Donna Hastings ’86

Donna Hastings ’86 (New England, PsyD) was promoted to Mental Health Chief for the American Red Cross New Hampshire/Vermont Region. She has been a Red Cross disaster mental health volunteer since 1992 when she responded to the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew in Florida. She also spent six weeks in Puerto Rico as individual disaster care lead, responsible for mental health, spiritual care, health services, and the individual condolence care teams. Dr. Hastings was one of the first to receive a PsyD in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University.

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Claudia Ford ’86, ’15

Claudia Ford ’86, ’15 (San Francisco, MA; New England, PhD) was awarded the 2018 John R. Frazier Award for Excellence in Teaching at Rhode Island School of Design and the 2018 Environmental Excellence Alumna Award from AUNE.

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Anita Davis DeFoe ’86

Anita Davis DeFoe ’86 (Philadelphia, MA) joined Businessuite Media Group a Division of Blackslate Holdings Group Limited as its new Editorial Director for Businessuite Women. DeFoe is a global business and leadership development solutionist.

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Dale Franzen ’85

Dale Franzen ’85 (Los Angeles, BA) is producer for Anais Mitchell’s “Hadestown.” A 2018 New York Times article discussed a staging at the National Theater in London, before the show releases on Broadway in 2019.

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Robert Friedman ’83

Robert Friedman ’83 (School of Law) was reappointed by the Governor of Florida as Capital Collateral Regional Counsel for the Northern Region.

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Debra Silverman ’81

Debra Silverman ’81 (Los Angeles, MA) was interviewed on CUTV News Radio in August of 2018. She has been an astrologer for over forty years and runs intensive online courses for aspiring astrologers. Her book, The Missing Element, received a glowing review from musician, Sting, who said “My good friend Debra has a remarkable talent, an ability to see the world the way you yourself see it, as if with your own eyes… she reminds you what fun it is to be you, the singular, freakish, awkward you, but she also reminds you of your potential, of your gifts to

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Michael P. DiRaimondo ’80

Michael P. DiRaimondo ’80 (School of Law) was interviewed on CUTV News Radio, where he discussed commonly believed myths surrounding immigration as well as the facts—including laws, and the very valid reasons that an immigrant can qualify for asylum. He is the senior partner in the immigration law firm DiRaimondo and Masi.

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Wendy Elliot ’83, ’01

Wendy Elliot ’83, ’01 (New England, MA Counseling Psych. & Dance Movement Therapy, Org. & Mgt.) is a somatic psychotherapist and adjunct faculty member in Antioch University Santa Barbara’s Counseling and Psychology program. She also teaches in the Depth Psychology program at Pacifica Graduate Institute.

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Teri McKenzie (Schwindler) ’88

Teri McKenzie (Schwindler) ’88 (Seattle, MA Whole Systems Design) is the founder and Executive Director of the Inland Northwest Food Network in Coeur d’Alene, ID, a nonprofit organization that connects people, place, food and farms through education and outreach.

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Scott Hecker ’87

Scott Hecker ’87 (New England, MS Env. Studies) reports, “When I pursued my MS degree at Antioch, I helped establish the Programme for Belize to purchase 250,000 acres of rain forest. Now 30 years later, most of which was spent protecting Piping Plovers and Roseate Terns for Mass Audubon and National Audubon, I have circled back to the tropics. Since January 2016 I have combined my experiences protecting coastal birds with those protecting tropical habitats as Director of Bird Conservation for the International Conservation Fund of Canada.”

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Donna Raycraft ’86

Donna Raycraft ’86 (New England, MA Psych.) was appointed to the board of directors of Spaulding Youth Center in Northfield, NH. She served as the Executive Director of the Rape and Domestic Violence Crisis Center (now Crisis Center of Central New Hampshire) until her retirement in 2012.

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Suzanne C. Adair ’86

Suzanne C. Adair ’86 (Philadelphia, BA Psych.) was named Associate Vice President for Affirmative Action at Penn State in Sept. 2017. She had been Associate Dean of the Graduate School.

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