Entries tagged with ‘Job’
Jenny Merrick Borovsky ’95 is the “Manager of Academic Data” at St. Paul Academy and Summit School. She also teaches middle school mathematics and coaches the math team. She and her husband Steve have three children and they live in North St. Paul. Joseph was born on 5/26/08, Daniel on 9/1/10, and Rachel on 12/4/12.
Ed Frickson ’87 is executive director at Family Innovations, Inc., a counseling clinic with offices in Minnesota and Wisconsin, providing mental health therapy to infants, toddlers, school age youth, families, couples and individuals.
Kimberlee Kautzer ’05 married Sean A. Higgins in Milwaukee, WI. In February of 2011, Kimberlee’s Army Civil Affairs Reserve unit in Green Bay, WI, was mobilized, and in June of 2011, she deployed to Afghanistan with the US Army in support of a Provincial Reconstruction Team in Qalat City, Zabul Province, Afghanistan. Upon Kimberlee’s return […]
Amy Beightol ’05 is now the Assistant to the Vice President and a Project Coordinator for the Economic Studies division of The Brookings Institution in Washington, DC.
Christa Saeger ’08 is the new Director of Orchestra, Chamber Music, and Applied Strings at Morton College in Cicero, Illinois. She will act as Interim Professor of Cello at Illinois Wesleyan University this Spring 2014.
Michelle Larson Stimpson ’91 was featured on the cover and in an article called “Opening New Doors”. The sub-head reads: “Michelle Stimpson left a comfortable corporate job to help others achieve their dreams. Her passion is in helping people choose which doors to close and open.” Savvy magazine focuses on inspiration, stories, and education for Twin […]
Amanda Webb ’02 now works for St. Luke’s Pediatric Associates as a pediatrician in Duluth, MN. Her daughter, Julia Lynn Rubin, was born 11/2/13.
Heidi Larson ’09 began working at the American Swedish Institute as the Annual Giving Manager in October 2013. She is active in her community and volunteers her time to local nonprofit organizations. This year marks her 3rd season singing with VocalEssence.
Kelly Hammargren ’68 Exhibitions Chair for Northern California Women’s Caucus for Art (NCWCA) is looking to the culmination of nearly a year of immersion in bringing Choice An Art Exhibition of Women’s Reproductive Rights from concept to completion. The landmark juried national exhibition opens in San Francisco at the Arc Studios and Gallery December 12, […]
Shaunna Heule-Seifert ’05 married Adam Seifert on May 9, 2013, and is currently in her second year residency as a chaplain with Covenant Health in Lubbock, TX.