Pam Spence ’98 (Midwest, MA) celebrated 10 years of serving as editor of The Ohio Jewish Chronicle in Columbus, OH. She is also a feature writer for Senior Times (Columbus, OH) and has recently been hired as a feature writer for Heart of Ohio Magazine (Mansfield, OH). Following publication of her second nonfiction book, Glad Rags: Red Panties, Cowgirl Boots and a Sweet Dress to Die For – inspiring clothes and the women who wear them, a successful Kickstarter project, she is currently working on a second edition, revised and updated, of her book Mad About Mead.
Vanessa Smith ’03 (Antioch University Los Angeles, BA) started a new job as the Shriver Family Law Attorney at Legal Access Alameda. In this role, she is supervising volunteer attorneys who represent low-income individuals at hearings in child custody cases. “I have wanted to work in the nonprofit legal sector since I was a student at Antioch and then at law school,” said Smith. “This job represents finally reaching this goal.”