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2017 July Alumni Buzz


Alumni Buzz

Beth Bortz,'07, has been elected to the American Board of Family Medicine.

Max Chance,'13, is now with engineering firm Kimley-Horn. He may be contacted at Max.Chance@kimley-horn.com 

Adrian Chapman,'06 and WGL received the Outstanding Corporate Citizen of the Year award at the Northern Virginia Chamber 2017 Outstanding Corporate Citizenship Awards. 

Suzette Denslow,'12, has been appointed to the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia by Governor Terry McAuliffe. 

Christian Deschauer,'15, has been elected to the board of the Northern Virginia Chamber. 

Mike Drzal,'07, is a now a team leader with Isagenix a health and wellness company. He may be contacted at miked@teamprovision.net

Caryn Durham,'08, was appointed to the Council of Women by Governor Terry McAuliffe.  

Deb Gandy,'12, has been elected to the board of the Northern Virginia Chamber. 

Anna James,'15, has been appointed to the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Board of Visitors by Governor Terry McAuliffe. 

Jim Kibler,'17, has been appointed to the Radford University Board of Visitors by Governor Terry McAuliffe

Florence Kingston,'16, director of Newport News Department of Development is featured in an article discussing Ferguson's enterprise plan to build a headquarters in Newport News. READ MORE 

Teri Lovelace,'15, is now serving as president of LOCUS as she continues to serve as chief impact officer for Virginia Community Capital. 

Ron Murray,'15, is on the board of the Riverside Foundation Cancer Care. 

Jason Morris,'15, has relocated to Atlanta, GA to become system director safety for Norfolk Southern.

Miriam Nasuti,'11, is now the founder & creator of NoVa Wellness Yoga Fest Retreat. READ MORE

Jennifer Siciliano,'17, has been elected as the vice chairman of the Northern Virginia Chamber. 

Junius Williams,'05, was appointed to the Christopher Newport University Board of Visitors by Governor Terry McAuliffe. 

Michel Zajur,'10, has been selected by El Tiempo Latino to their Powermeter 100: the nation's capital's 100 most influential people for the Hispanic community. 

   

Have updates you would like to share with fellow alumni send them to Kerrie Clarke