On The Move: Alumni And Student News For The Winter Of 2013

Jan 16, 2013
  |  by Andrew Hamilton

  • Florida
    • MAITLAND CAMPUS
      • Julia Madan (BSCJ ’12), valedictorian at the 2012 commencement ceremony in Orlando, Fla., is a chef at the Blackwater Inn in Astor, Fla.
      • Timothy Schneiter (BSIB ’09), Outstanding Alumni Award winner at the 2012 commencement ceremony in Orlando, Fla., is the owner and managing director of airport consultancy firm, aviatDesign Inc. Schneiter provides terminal and airfield design solutions to architectural and engineering firms, airport authorities, and contracting companies throughout the world.
      • Petunia Tarver (MEd ’12), Outstanding Graduate Student at the 2012 commencement ceremony in Orlando, Fla., is a high school teacher and counselor for West Oaks Academy in Orlando.
         
  • Kentucky
    • LOUISVILLE CAMPUS
      • Dan Sharrard (MBA ’12) was promoted to a Rank II teacher at South Oldham Middle School in Crestwood, Ky. Sharrard is also the assistant athletic director at the school.
         
  • Maryland
    • PRINCE GEORGE’S CAMPUS
      • Gerald C. Anderson Sr. (BSCS ’05) wrote the novel, “27 Hours.”
         
  • North Carolina
    • RTP CAMPUS
      • Sharese Battle (MSMS ’06, MBA ’10) was the 2012 chairperson for the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk. Battle is also a project engineer for Verizon in Cary, N.C.
         
    • SOUTH CHARLOTTE CAMPUS
      • Gloria Hinnant (BBA ’12) is the deputy county registrar of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.
         
  • Ohio
    • COLUMBUS CAMPUS
      • Pamela Mattox (BBA student) is a case manager for the Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services in Columbus, Ohio.
         
  • Online
    • Patricia Howard (MEd ’12) is a teacher for Warwick Kids Academy in Newport News, Va.
    • Brent Jones (BBA ’12) is a human service technician for the State of New Jersey.
    • Tajudeen Lee (MHSA ’12, MEd student) is a pre-K teacher for the Learning Stones Child Care Center in Tarboro, N.C.
       
  • Pennsylvania
    • LOWER BUCKS COUNTY CAMPUS
      • Michael Ambrosini (MBA ’06) owns and operates The Promenade Car Wash in Marlton, N.J.
         
    • KING OF PRUSSIA CAMPUS
      • Norman Norville (BBA ’11, MEd student) is the director of education for Lincoln Educational Services in Philadelphia, Pa.
      • Tamara Rollins (MBA student) wrote a how-to book, “How to Make a Dress for Your School Dance.” Rollins is also a literary speaker for universities and high schools.
         
  • South Carolina
    • COLUMBIA CAMPUS
      • Synithia Williams (MPA ’08) wrote the novel, “You Can’t Plan Love,” published by Crimson Romance, a division of F+W Media Inc. Williams is also an environmental coordinator for Lexington County, and is co-chair of the Lexington County Green Business Program.
         
  • Virginia
    • ALEXANDRIA CAMPUS
      • Mark Casas (BSIS ’12) is a network defense planner for the U.S. Department of Defense in Virginia.
         
    • CHESAPEAKE CAMPUS
      • Shannon Backus (AAMK ’07, BBA ’12) is a sales supervisor for the consumer and mass business division at Verizon in Hampton, Va.
         
    • CHESTERFIELD CAMPUS
      • Keith Collins (BBA ’09, MBA ’11, MSM student) is a supply management specialist for the U.S. Department of the Army.
         
    • HENRICO CAMPUS
      • LaTangela Light (AABA ’05, BBA ’07, MBA student) is the director of development operations for the World Pediatric Project, a nonprofit organization in Richmond, Va.
      • Rebecca Logan (MBA ’12) is a pathology clinical coordinator for Bostwick Laboratories in Henrico, Va.
      • Belvis Wright (BSCS ’06, MBA ’12) is a senior configuration management specialist and a lead internal auditor for ManTech International Corp., in Fort Lee, Va.
         
    • NEWPORT NEWS CAMPUS
      • Mayra Barber (MSHR student) is a supervisory management analyst for the Norfolk Ship Support Activity in Norfolk, Va. Jerry Campbell (BBA ’06, MBA ’12) was promoted to manager of nondestructive testing and supplier material inspection for Huntington Ingalls Industries in Newport News, Va.
      • Lesvia Zoraya Galindez (BBA ’10, MBA ’12), Outstanding Graduate Student at the 2012 commencement ceremony in Norfolk, Va., was selected to participate in a prestigious internship program with the U.S. Department of the Army Civilian Logistics Career Management Office in Fort Lee, Va. Galindez is also the recipient of the Dr. Mary E. Walker Award, which is given to outstanding military spouses who have helped improve the lives of soldiers and their families through volunteerism.
         
    • VIRGINIA BEACH CAMPUS
      • Kevin Boswell (MBA ’11, MSIS ’12) was promoted to network engineer for NASA. Boswell is also the leading petty officer for a drill unit in the active Navy Reserve.
      • Reggie Rodriguez (MSIS ’12) is an operations specialist for the U.S. Coast Guard in San Diego, Calif. Washington, D.C.
         
    • TAKOMA PARK CAMPUS
      • Inir Raissa Some (AABA ’03, BBA ’09) wrote a children’s book, “David has a Purpose,” published by Tate Publishing.

 

 

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