Monica (Ford) Eppinger, Arts ’84 was named director of the Free Public Library of Woodbridge, N.J. Previously she was assistant director of the Elizabeth, N.J., Library. In this position she will manage a main- and three-branch system, which is one of the largest library systems in the state. She and her husband Ray, Arts ’84, […]
Michael Bartley, Sp ’84 was promoted to executive vice president of Steeltown Entertainment Project in Pittsburgh.
Regina Dixon-Reeves, Jour ’82 was named assistant vice provost for diversity and inclusion at the University of Chicago. Previously, she served as the executive director of diversity and inclusion at the University of Chicago Medicine and Biological Sciences. She is a past president and current treasurer of the Association of Black Sociologists and served as […]
Joan Brennan, Nurs ’81 is a part-time school counselor at Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Chicago and was recently featured by Ignatian Volunteer Corps for her work in Chicago. She resides in Hinsdale, Ill.
Chuck Frey, Jour ’80 was named director of content marketing for Cultivate, a content marketing agency in Brookfield, Wis.
Mary (Kerr) O’Toole, Eng ’79 was honored with the prestigious Maverick Award at this year’s Energetic Women Conference. Energetic Women is an organization dedicated to preparing women within the energy industry for leadership roles in operations and engineering. The Maverick Award was developed to recognize leaders who have excelled in promoting, connecting and strengthening female […]
William Donigan, D.D.S, Arts ’79 received the Outstanding Provider Award from the North Carolina Community Health Center Organization. The award recognizes commitment, compassion and superior contributions to the health care community. He lives in Gastonia, N.C.
Terry Kelly, Arts ’78 ran for re-election as township assessor in Palatine, Ill.
Michael Neville, Jour ’70 had his play Dracula vs. the Nazis produced by Milwaukee’s In Tandem Theatre in October 2016. In Tandem produced Lamps for My Family in 2015 to acclaim. His plays have been done on and off Broadway and in regional theatres around the country.
Margo Williams, Arts ’69 released her second book, From Hill Town to Strieby: Education and the American Missionary Association in the Uwharrie “Back Country” of Randolph County, North Carolina, published by Backintyme Publishing. It documents the educational advancements of a rural African American community from 1850–1940 led by Rev. Islay Walden, a blind poet. Her […]