Note Focus Area: Undergraduate Studies

Delbert Richardson ’16

Delbert Richardson ’16 (Seattle, BA) is the founder and curator of the American History Traveling Museum: The Unspoken Truths, which was showcased at the John Stanford Center for Educational Excellence for Seattle Public Schools.

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Isis Castañeda ’11

Isis Castañeda ’11 (Santa Barbara, BA) was elected to The Santa Barbara Education Foundation Board of Directors. Castañeda is currently the project coordinator for the Isla Vista Coalition for Healthy Communities.

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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

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Gleah Powers ’05, ’07

Gleah Powers ’05, ’07 (Los Angeles, BA, MFA) published Million Dollar Red (2019), a dark and compelling memoir set against a backdrop of cacti-covered deserts in Arizona to the glossy skylines of New York. Powers’ worldwide journey spans from a

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Evan Howell ’94

Evan Howell ’94 (Antioch College, BS) is the new Director of NOAA’s Office of Science and Technology. He will advocate and ensure a sound scientific basis for NOAA Fisheries science programs and resource conservation and management decisions.

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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

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Carolyn V. Hamilton ’86

Carolyn V. Hamilton ’86 (Seattle, BA) published Help! I Married a Comedian (2020) about her marriage to legendary stand-up comedian, Cork Proctor.

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Ron Salisbury ’83

Ron Salisbury ’83 (Antioch College, BA) was appointed the City of San Diego’s first Poet Laureate. He will be an ambassador for poetry, spoken word, and literary arts, producing engaging original works inspired by and in response to San Diego.

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Scott Ryan ’78

Scott Ryan ’78 (Antioch College, BA) was listed as one of the Best 15 Architects in Reno and Tahoe by builddirect.com.

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Idris Ackamoor ’73

Idris Ackamoor ’73 (Antioch College, BA) and The Pyramids returned with a new opus, Shaman! It features original 1970s Pyramids member Dr. Margaux Simmons ’77 (Antioch College, BA) on flute, Bobby Cobb on guitar, Sandra Poindexter on violin, Ruben Ramos

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Julia Reichert ’70

Julia Reichert ’70 (Antioch College, BA) won an Academy Award for the best feature-length documentary American Factory. She co-directed it with her longtime partner and collaborator, Steve Bognar, and her nephew Jeff Reichert. American Factory is the first documentary released

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Dr. Stephen Phinney ’68

Dr. Stephen Phinney ’68 (Antioch College, BS) is an internationally renowned physician-researcher in the area of nutrition, inflammation, and metabolic health and Chief Medical Officer at Virta Health. He presented two programs at the Pathways to Regeneration: Soil, Food, and

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