Updated – 3/20/2013 -
Brianna Frost ’11 is a teacher at the Children’s House Montessori School in Concord, NH.
Joyce Larson ’11G received Plymouth State University’s 2012 Distinguished Professional, Administrative, and Technical (PAT) Staff Award.
Leigha Monier-Williams ’11 has been engaged in a year-long internship as a production assistant with Chelsea Pictures in Los Angeles, CA.
Michael Moore ’11 is locum tenens account manager at Barton Associates, a national locum tenens physician and nurse practitioner staffing and recruiting firm.
Amber Barbagallo ’12 was selected to carry the New Hampshire banner in President Obama’s inaugural parade in January 2013.
Joe Chapman ’12G is the chief operating officer and co-founder of Harbor Healthcare System in Beaumont, Houston, and Austin, TX.
Joshua Cooley ’12 is a paraprofessional at Ellis Elementary School in Fremont, NH, and a supplemental educational services tutor for Club Z!.
|Michelle Costanza ’12 is a meteorologist and multi-media journalist for WBNG-TV in Johnson City, NY|
Michael Street ’12 is a realtor with Better Homes & Garden, The Masiello Group in Hampton, NH.
Updated – 12/14/2012 -
Mike Ravelson ‘12 was recently highlighted in a snowboarding movie, Holy Smokes. His part can be viewed here.
Updated – 11/28/2012 -
Alyssa Babb ’12 is an assistant coordinator with On Call International in Salem, NH.
|Mervin Marvey ’12 originated the role of Miles in the musical, Miles to Amelia in Boston, MA. Mervin is on a national tour with “America’s Hit Parade” and in 2011, he won best supporting actor in a professional musical role for the role of “Angel” in RENT.|
|Danielle O’Malley ‘12 is working as an intern at Free Ceramics in Montana.|
Updated – 10/16/2012 -
Adrienne Pollner ’10 is the site director for The Work Family Connection in New Jersey, and is interning as a drug and alcohol abuse counselor in Middlesex, NJ. She is working toward obtaining her certification to be a substance abuse counselor.
Joe Chapman ‘12 is the COO/Co-founder of Harbor Healthcare System.
Updated – 9/13/2012 -
Jana Ballard ’10 is a marketing manager at Brown Automotive Group in Ohio.
Benjamin Curran ’11G was elected to the national Preservation Trades Network Executive Board of Directors.
|Stephen Lanciani ’12 was the fall summit intern at the Mount Washington Observatory.|
Rachel Carlson ’12 is a music teacher in Berlin, NH. She teaches general music to grades 3-5, middle school advisory and chorus, and high school chorus.
Jennifer Schubert ’12 is a direct sales representative with Parametric Technology Corporation in Needham, MA.
Matthew Wellmann ’12 teaches music and band at the Sanford School in Sanford, CO.
Updated – 8/23/2012 -
Amy Dresser ’10 is attending the University of Stirling in Stirling, Scotland and working toward her Master of Letters in English Studies.
|Elizabeth Montmagny ’11 is the choral director at Browning (MT) High School on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation.|
Updated – 8/8/2012 -
Molly Conlon ’10 is the teen coordinator at the Jamestown Teen Center in Rhode Island.
Kerry D’Ambroise ’10, ’11G is a special education teacher and two-sport coach at South Burlington (VT) High School.
Katherin Dunn ’10 is the executive assistant for the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office in Brentwood, NH.
Doug Woodward ’10 is a business specialist at Apple Inc. in Salem, NH.
Megan Beaucage ’11 is the choral director and a general music instructor for the Essex (VT) Town School District.
Benjamin Curran ’11G was elected to serve on the national Preservation Trades Network Executive Board of Directors.
Kelly Donovan ’11 is a development assistant in the Office of Leadership Giving at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Nick Greenwood ’11 is the communications and technology assistant for Plymouth State University’s Advancement Office.
Kaleb Hart ’11 is the videographer/photography specialist for Plymouth State’s University’s Advancement Office.
Karen House ’11G was named interim vice president for finance and planning at Keene State College.
Michael Moore ’11 is an account executive at Pagio Inc, a magazine publishing company in Worcester, MA.
Meghan Spenard ’11 is a litigation paralegal at Adler Pollock & Sheehan PC in Boston, MA.
John DeVito ’12 played in the 109th State Amateur Golf Championship at Concord Country Club.
Ali Higgins ’12 is a developmental specialist with the Kids Are People School in Boston, MA.
Marisa Levine ’12 is an account manager with PC Connection in Portsmouth, NH.
Peter Ostroski ’12 represented the US in World Cup mountain bike races held in Mont Saint-Anne, Canada, and Windham, NY. Peter competed in the Men’s Olympic Cross-Country Elite Division, racing against Olympic-level athletes.
Jennifer Skilton ’12 joined enVellop Communications, a public relations and marketing firm for small businesses owned by Amanda Bacon-Burdick ’04.
Allison Smedley ’12 was chosen as a member of the 2012 New England Patriots Cheerleading squad.
Sam Wisel ’12 is serving as the calling program manager and an advancement fellow with Plymouth State University’s Advancement Office.
Update – 2/15/2012 -
Eric Scoville ’11 is an associate lobbyist at The O’Leary Group LLC. / Schepker Associates LLC.
Update – 1/27/2012 -
Kortney Nedeau ’11 is a national sales representative with eversave.com.
Mitchell Shortell ’11 is a private equity fund accountant at Citigroup in New York City.
Updated – 12/6/2011:
Christopher Westfield ’11 is a commercial credit analyst at TD Bank.
Updated – 11/4/2011 -
Riah Forbes ’11 is a direct support specialist, providing support to people with mental disabilities.
Angela (Pellegrino) Warn ’11 works for alumni relations and the annual giving department at Colby-Sawyer College. She and Jason Warn were married on September 17, 2011.
Update – 9/6/2011:
Natan Kotlyar ’10 is a special education assistant in Randolph, MA, and is pursuing a master’s degree in special education.
Brian Mahoney ’10 passed the CPA exam and was promoted to experienced associate at PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP in Boston, MA.
Lindsey Legere ’10 is a patrol officer with the Laconia Police Department in Laconia, NH.
Benajmin Curran ’11 is a historic preservation instructor at Edgecombe Community College in Tarboro, NC and has received a National Geographic Society grant.