Grad Decade: 2000s

Kate Sipe ’02

What if classrooms were envisioned as a small democracy? What if our students practiced democracy in their classroom year after year? Further, what if they knew they deserved it? Kate Sipe, ’02, Antioch University Seattle MA in Education with Graduate Teacher Preparation and an adjunct faculty who teaches Classroom Management courses, published a timely post in Medium in the wake of the 2020 Presidential election about the importance of democratic schools and teaching civics to our children: “Psst… Hey teachers… Let’s teach civics in our classrooms every single day.” Start today. Start small. Just start. Let your classroom be a microcosm

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Dr. Rhoda Weiss ’09

Dr. Rhoda Weiss ’09 (GSLC, PhD) was the recipient of The Public Relations Society of America’s (PRSA) 2019 Gold Anvil Award. This award is the highest individual honor recognizing lifetime achievement from PRSA.

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Sakena Jwan Washington ’09

Sakena Jwan Washington ’09 (Los Angeles, MFA) published an article, “My City was Named The ‘Worst Place for Black Women to Live.’ Is That My Cue To Leave?” in the Huffington Post.

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Dr. Laura Santana ’09

Dr. Laura Santana ’09 (GSLC, PhD) is expanding her global leadership development outreach in two collaborations with The Center for Creative Leadership. Her global work included visits to the Gothenburg Camp X Innovation Labs, the Mass Transit Headquarters of Brazil, and a visit to Hangzhou, China to challenge these leaders to envision a future different from patterns of the past.

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Kate Maruyama ’09

Kate Maruyama ’09 (Los Angeles, MFA) had her essay “Breathe and Push: Being a Better Ally” was published by Women Who Submit.

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Dr. Kim Langmaid ’09

Dr. Kim Langmaid ’09 (New England, PhD) accepted a position as Associate Professor of Sustainability Studies at Colorado Mountain College Vail Valley at Edwards.

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Seth Fischer ’09

Seth Fischer ’09 (Los Angeles, MFA) was featured on a Times Square billboard on Broadway and West 43rd in New York along with other bi+ activists in support of bi+ visibility, bi+ health, and BiNet USA. He is a board member of BiNetUSA.

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Colleen Echohawk ’09

Colleen Echohawk ’09 (Seattle, BA) was awarded the Martin Luther King Medal of Distinguished Service. The annual award recognizes individuals whose work has answered the question asked by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “What are you doing for others?” She is the Executive Director of the Chief Seattle Club and founder of the Coalition to End Urban Native Homelessness.

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Mindy Coleman ’09

Mindy Coleman ’09 (New England, MA) was honored with the Governor’s Award of Excellence in Customer Service for her work with adults with severe comorbidities.

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Melissa Chadburn ’09

Melissa Chadburn ’09 (Los Angeles, MFA) published two essays, “The Archive” in The Paris Review and “The Forgotten Babies” in Alta Journal.

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Angela M. Brommel ’09

Angela M. Brommel ’09 (Los Angeles, MFA) tantalizes the reader’s taste buds with a delicious poetry collection that drips with vivid imagery and bold language. Mohave in July (2019) is both intelligent and imaginative, abiding in the untraversed space between desert and neon, natural and social, science and culture.

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