Grad Decade: 1990s

Heather Kiley ’95

Heather Kiley ’95 (New England, MS) took over as Executive Director of the Carroll County YMCA Camp Huckins. Kiley has 25 years of experience in residential camping and youth development.

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Amy Evans ’95

Amy Evans ’95 (Santa Barbara, MA) was awarded the Public Policy Leader of the Year by the Santa Barbara chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO-SB). She is the Executive Director of Devereux Behavioral Health California.

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Luzmaria Espinosa ’95

Luzmaria Espinosa ’95 (Santa Barbara, MA) is the new Ventura County Poet Laureate, a position that enables her to promote poetry reading to the residents of the region. Her poetic themes typically focus on Chicano and indigenous culture and issues of social justice, especially as they relate to women.

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Dr. Mary Baures ’95

Dr. Mary Baures ’95 (New England, PsyD) extends her plea against using our brother and sister species as commodities in Awakening Awe—An illustrated Journey Toward Reverence (2020). Her narrative, woven around encounters with leopards, snow monkeys, grizzlies, jaguars, and orphan orangutans, is an urgent warning for us to end our cult of superiority and our delusion that we own the earth.

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Evan Howell ’94

Evan Howell ’94 (Antioch College, BS) is the new Director of NOAA’s Office of Science and Technology. He will advocate and ensure a sound scientific basis for NOAA Fisheries science programs and resource conservation and management decisions.

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Linda Field ’94

Linda Field ’94 (New England, MA) served as the moderator for the talk “They Said It Couldn’t Be Done: Illustrating Philosophical Ideas with Jokes!” at the Monadnock Summer Lyceum.

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Kathryn Washington ’91

Kathryn Washington ’91 (Antioch College, MA) was promoted to Vice President, Television Programming by the Corp. for Public Broadcasting (CPB). Washington will help further CPB’s investmentsin TV and digital productions and its support of independent filmmakers and content creators.

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Padma Gordon ’91

Padma Gordon ’91 (New England, MEd) introduces essential principles and simple tools to have a thriving long-term relationship, providing a roadmap to happiness, and opening doors to experience freedom in true and lasting love in her new book Being Together: Practical Wisdom for Loving Yourself and Your Partner (2020).

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Lisa Conger ’91

Lisa Conger ’91 (Seattle, MA) read “You Would Like to Write a Poem About Medicine” by Kenneth Darcy on Spokane Public Radio.

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Pamela Sackett ’90

Pamela Sackett ’90 (Seattle, BA) published I Can: Twelve Ways to Witness the Heart (2019), which explores key concepts of emotional literacy, focusing on self authority. This text is especially geared toward those who play pivotal roles in the lives of children, helping them to navigate and articulate their feelings, wants, and needs.

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David Moon ’90

David Moon ’90 (New England, MS) led the program “Climate Change: The Greatest Challenge of Our Time—The Case of the North Shore of Massachusetts” at the Amesbury Friends Meeting House.

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Jennifer Kretser ’98

Jennifer Kretser ’98 (New England, MS) was honored with one of the 2019 Environmental Excellence Awards. She received the Alumni Award, which is given to an alumna or alumnus who has made outstanding contributions to the sustainability of the environment through professional or personal action. Sy Montgomery, a naturalist, author, and scriptwriter, was the recipient of the Community Award. The Environmental Excellence Awards are presented annually by New England’s Environmental Studies Department.

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