Grad Decade: 2010s

Janet Dewart Bell ’74, ’15

Dr. Janet Dewart Bell ’74, ’15 (Antioch Maryland, BA and GSLC, PhD and a member of Antioch’s Board of Governor’s) was quoted in the recent NY Times roundtable article “‘I Feel Proud, and I Feel Mad as Hell’: Gloria Steinem on Ms. Magazine and Feminism Today.” “Janet Dewart Bell, Ms. contributor: My mother thought the title “Ms.” was absolutely brilliant — that it brought dignity, that it brought power and understanding of equality. She felt, even though she never used the term “intersectionality,” that it made women more alike than different.” Read the full NY Times article here. Read Dr.

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Juan “Kiko” Suarez ’14

Dr. Juan “Kiko” Suarez ’14 (PhD, GSLC) has been appointed Chief Academic Officer at Huntington Junior College in Huntington, WV. The appointment was made by HJC President Fred Fransen and is an important step in positioning the college for future success. As Chief Academic Officer, Suarez is tasked with growing the college’s academic offerings based on the needs of the local business community and national trends. This is a newly-created position “We are incredibly fortunate to bring Dr. Suarez on board, and are especially excited to draw on his expertise in competency-based learning and credentialing,” said Fransen. Suarez said that

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Hazel Stark ‘15 and Joe Horn ‘16

Hazel Stark ‘15 (Antioch New England, MS in Resource Management and Conservation) and Joe Horn ‘16 (Antioch New England, MBA Sustainable Business, MS in Environmental Education), both partners in marriage and in business, own and operate Maine Outdoor School based in Milbridge. Their outdoor school reaches out to people of all ages through guided outdoor experiences and summer camps, while offering programs that align with Maine educational standards and school science curricula. Read the full article here. 

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Gabriella Emmett ‘19

Gabriella Emmett’s ‘19 (Antioch Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) story “Little Feet” was selected for the 2022 Best Small Fictions anthology.

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Diane Gottlieb ‘19

Diane Gottlieb’s ‘19 (Antioch Los Angeles, MFA) interview with Antioch MFA Faculty Ana Maria Spagna appeared in PRISM International. Her review of A Constellation of Ghosts by Laraine Herring appeared in Barrelhouse and her flash fiction piece “Her Mother Used to Make Her Cry Until She Learned” was published in Variant Literature. Gottlieb’s interview with poet Christopher Soto was published in The Rumpus and her interview with Jessica O’Dwyer was published in The Bookends Review.

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Kim Sabin ’17

Kim Sabin ’17 (Antioch Los Angeles, MFA Creative Writing) was named Residential English Faculty and Creative Writing Program Lead at Scottsdale Community College.

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Jerrid Kalakay ‘15

Dr. Jerrid Kalakay ‘15 (PhD, GSLC) is the Professor of Business and Organizational Leadership at Valencia College. He recently led efforts in the launch of new concentrations within their Bachelor of Applied Science in Business and Organizational Leadership program. Learn more about the launch and new programming here. Read more about Dr. Kalakay’s and his dissertation “JUST” Business and Often Personal: An Exploration into the Incidents Social Entrepreneurs Identify as Critical to Leading Their Enterprises here.

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Matthew David King ’16, ’19

Matthew David King ’16, ’19 (Antioch Los Angeles, BA; Antioch Santa Barbara, MFA) played the role of Doc in the World Premiere of Coin & Ghost’s Mama Mama Can’t You See at The Other Space at The Actors Company.

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Gabriella Souza ‘19

Gabriella Souza‘s ‘19 (Antioch Los Angeles, MFA) piece, “Cat Love,” appeared in Emerge Literary Journal, and her interview with Ananda Lima appeared in The Rumpus.

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Aya de Leon ‘16

Aya de Leon ‘16 (Antioch Los Angeles, MFA) produced a free online conference, Black Literature vs. The Climate Emergency, through the African American Studies Department at UC Berkeley.

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