Grad Decade: 1990s

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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Mark Hower ’98, ’12

Mark Hower ’98, ’12 (Seattle, MS; GSLC, PhD) was named Provost and CEO for Antioch’s Los Angeles campus. He served as Interim Provost since 2017. As campus provost and CEO, Dr. Hower provides comprehensive leadership for all educational programs and activities. He is responsible for the administration of all campus operations, strategic academic planning, curriculum quality, academic program evolution, and development. He works closely with all other University leadership, offices, and campuses to establish campus strategic priorities.

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Jody Larson ’97

Jody Larson ’97 (New England, MS) published a poem “Will the Earth Survive Us” in Elephant Journal. She primarily writes Haiku, Tanka, and other short forms.

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Mardi McGregor ’96

Mardi McGregor ’96 (New England, MA) had work exhibited in a group show at The Northeast Kingdom Artisans Guild in St. Johnsbury, Vermont, which featured work in stone and clay and cut paper.

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Jana Dean ’96

Jana Dean ’96 (New England, MEd) is one of 38 U.S. teachers selected for the highly competitive Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching fellowship to the Netherlands. As a recipient, Dean was in the Netherlands from January 15 to June 15, 2019 to learn about teaching mathematics so that it is rigorous, relevant, and engaging for students. In addition to improving her own practice, her goal is to help other educators inspire confidence and competence in the next generation. Her work focuses on the role of public school classrooms in opening doors for underrepresented students.

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Marybeth Carty ’96

Marybeth Carty ’96 (Santa Barbara, BA) was appointed executive director of The Natalie Orfalea Foundation. Carty was previously corporate philanthropy programs for Venoco, Inc. and served as an administrator for Carpinteria Unified School District’s grant funded programs.

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