Amy Ballin ’84 (New England, MST Science Teaching) published The Quest for Meaningful Special Education, a book which follows the educational journeys of nine students with a language-based learning disability. She is Associate Professor of Practice in the Department of Education at Simmons College in Boston.
Leticia Egea-Hinton ’82 (Philadelphia, MA Public Admin.) was appointed to Philadelphia’s new school board in April 2018. She has worked with city agencies to help the homeless for nearly 30 years, including serving as the Director of Operations for the City of Philadelphia in charge of the nationally recognized Centralized Intake and Emergency Housing system.
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.
Helène Aylon ’80 (San Francisco, MA Women’s Studies) was interviewed by The Brooklyn Rail about her 2017 traveling exhibition, Afterword: For the Children. Helène says the cover story “somehow turned out to be about my mother along with the art reviews—just like in my book when I went on and on about her.”
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