Adrian Ernesto Cepeda‘s ’16 (Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) poetry collection, We Are the Ones Possessed, will be published by CLASH Books in 2022. His poem, “Verses Almost Sent to a Lingering Flame,” was published in Sentience Literary Journal and his poem, “Love by a Trash Can,” appeared in Punk Noir Magazine.
Lena Morán-Acereto ‘16 (Antioch University Santa Barbara, MEd) returned to the board of the Wilderness Youth Project (WYP) after a leave of absence taken while she served as a consultant advising WYP’s board and staff in their equity work. Operating summer camps, a nature preschool, afterschool programs, and a subsidized program in local public schools called the Bridge to Nature, WYP brings nature connection to more than 1,000 children a year on a weekly basis, building on the fact that nature connection makes kids “smarter, healthier and happier.” Read more here.
Gabriella Souza’s ‘19 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) essay, “The #Midwessay: Far Enough,” appeared in Essay Daily and her interview, “Squaring Inherent Darkness and Femininity: A Conversation with Maria Adelmann,” was published in The Adroit Journa.
Nia Keith ’09 (Antioch University New England, MS in Environmental Studies, Environmental Education) has been promoted to the role of Vice President for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice (DEIJ) at Mass Audubon. This is a new executive-level position that will help advance organization-wide DEIJ priorities for the organization. In her new role, Keith will be responsible for building on and advancing the organization’s DEIJ strategy to ensure it is creating a positive, inclusive, and equitable work environment, and support the organization’s work to create greater access to nature for everyone. As part of this work, she will lead corporate culture
Alice Villarreal Redit ‘99 (Antioch University Santa Barbara, MA) has joined the Board of Directors at the Mental Wellness Center. “The Mental Wellness Center plays such an important role in our community by providing resources that truly support some of our most vulnerable community members,” she said. Villarreal Redit has been employed with the Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara (HACSB) since 1997. She worked for 10 years in the HACSB housing management department before joining the resident services team in 2007. As resident programs supervisor, she is responsible for overseeing the operations of the department and ensuring
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