Grad Decade: 1990s

Jacqueline Quinn ’94

Jacqueline Quinn ’94 (Santa Barbara, BA) was elected President of Santa Barbara Estate Planning Council. Quinn, a professional fiduciary, is Founder and Owner of Quinn Fiduciary Services in Santa Barbara. She specializes in trust management and serving vulnerable senior citizens.

More »

Shari Foos ’94, ’97

Shari Foos ’94, ’97 (Los Angeles, BA, MA) opened the DIY Human Studio in Santa Monica, CA. The space serves as a brick and mortar location for DIY Human, a “social movement that creates radical human connection in an age when loneliness is at epidemic proportions.” She also published an article published in Thrive Global, titled, “Empathy in A Disconnected World.” Foos is the founder and Creative Director of The Narrative Method, and founder of the Bridge Program.

More »

Bethany Saltman ’92

Bethany Saltman ’92, (Antioch College, BA) was interviewed for a Refinery 29 article on the issue of Consent. Saltman co-wrote Antioch College’s Sexual Offense Prevention Policy in the 1990s. Saltman has an award-winning editing, writing, research, and consulting career. Her work can be seen in magazines like the New Yorker, New York Magazine, the Atlantic Monthly, Parents, Town & Country, and many others.

More »

Clarice Ford ’92, ’95

Clarice Ford ’92, ’95 (Seattle, BA, MEd) was named the 2018 recipient of the Outstanding Commitment in Education award by the Illinois State Treasurer’s Office. The honor was awarded during a Black History Month Celebration held in the Illinois State Capitol Rotunda. Ford is currently the University of Illinois Springfield vice chancellor for student affairs.

More »

Alan Popp ’99

Alan Popp ’99 (New England, MS Org. & Mgt.) heads the Mason Wright Foundation, which was honored by the Springfield, MA Chamber of Commerce on its 125th anniversary. Alan is the CEO of the Foundation and its two affiliates, Mason Wright Senior Living and Colony Care at Home, both headquartered in Springfield.

More »

Adrienne Gemperle ’99

Adrienne Gemperle ’99 (Seattle, MS Mgt.) is Chief People Officer at NYC-based Plated, a premium meal-kit service. She previously served in senior human resources roles at Starbucks for nine years, most recently as Senior VP of Partner Resources. In that role, she oversaw a team of HR professionals serving over 125,000 partners at 7,500 stores.

More »

Stella Cosby ’99

Stella Cosby ’99 (Seattle, MA Whole Systems Design) was appointed to the Board of Directors of CES Energy Solutions Corp. in Sept. 2017. She is Vice President of People at Cervus Equipment Corporation, a publicly traded Canadian company specializing in acquiring and operating agricultural, industrial and commercial equipment.

More »

Pam Spence ’98

Pam Spence ’98 (Midwest, MA) celebrated 10 years of serving as editor of The Ohio Jewish Chronicle in Columbus, OH. She is also a feature writer for Senior Times (Columbus, OH) and has recently been hired as a feature writer for Heart of Ohio Magazine (Mansfield, OH). Following publication of her second nonfiction book, Glad Rags: Red Panties, Cowgirl Boots and a Sweet Dress to Die For – inspiring clothes and the women who wear them, a successful Kickstarter project, she is currently working on a second edition, revised and updated, of her book Mad About Mead.

More »

Johanna Bermúdez-Ruiz ’98

Johanna Bermúdez-Ruiz ’98 (Antioch College, BA) premiered her first fictional drama, Soléne, at a gala premiere at Caribbean Cinemas in May 2018. In the movie, an actress returns to her Caribbean home on a quest to rekindle a romance with a female stand-up paddleboard athlete. Johanna is an award-winning filmmaker based in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands.

More »

Alyssa Bray ’98

Alyssa Bray ’98 (Los Angeles, MA Clinical Psych.) was named Chief Clinical Officer at The Guidance Center in Long Beach, Calif. in Aug. 2017. As CCO of the nonprofit child and family mental health service provider, she oversees the overall direction and vision of clinical services for nearly 3,000 children and patients.

More »

David McGowan ’96

David McGowan ’96 (New England, MS Resource Mgt. & Admin.) is Executive Director of the Williamstown (MA) Rural Lands Foundation. He has a history of spearheading successful projects to conserve land throughout Massachusetts.

More »

Jayne DeMente ’96

Jayne DeMente ’96 (Los Angeles, BA) is leading an excavation in the Wash Basin of Pikes Canyon in Yucca Valley, California in August 2018. The excavation is being organized by the nonprofit Womens Heritage Project. It will focus on “seeking and defining Native American artifacts from an archaeomythology, ethnic and gender partnership perspective.”

More »

Result of filter: 46

Grad Decades: 1990s
Notes Campuses: All Notes Campuses
Note Focus Areas: All Note Focus Areas
Skip to content