Kristin Leong ’10 (Seattle, MA Education) created Town Hall Seattle‘s 2017 #EducationSoWhite event, a discussion of teacher diversity and turnover, inclusion for students from marginalized groups, and the school-to-prison pipeline. Kristin was a panelist at the second annual #EducationSoWhite event on March 15, 2018. She is also a 2018 Citizen University Fellow, one of 30 international TED-Ed Innovative Educators of 2017, and the founder of RollCallProject.com.
Giselle Töngi-Walters ‘21 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MA) was featured in a profile feature story in The Philippine Star about her career as an actress and her recent graduation from the MA in Nonprofit Management program. Giselle was still in her teens when she made a name for herself in Philippine showbiz. Some of her most memorable films were Langit sa Piling Mo (1997), Diliryo (1997), and Luksong Tinik (1999), which earned her a Best Supporting Actress award at the Metro Manila Film Festival. In 1999, she played mom to newcomer Edward Barber in Paul Soriano’s romantic drama, First Love, a film