Michael O’Gorman has joined KIPP DC as a founding third grade teacher at Lead Academy. He has also started a leadership fellowship with Teach For America that focuses on implementing critical pedagogy at the elementary school level.
James Kuri married Jessica Olonovich ’11 on October 13, 2013.
Kimberly Gatski competed in the Miss Greater Hazleton Scholarship Program. The event is an official preliminary to the Miss America Pageant. Kimberly’s platform is “Youth Against Tobacco”. She danced to “Jumpin’ Jack”.
Carissa Serino's non profit, Traveling Friends Transit, the animal rescue transport service, has two campaigns running on Indiegogo and Fundrazr. She writes, "Please check them out and share with family and friends"
Carissa Serino has started her own small business with her business partner, Seth Lippincott. Traveling Friends Transit, an animal rescue transport service, will save animals from high kill shelters and bring them to fosters, rescuers, and adopters.
Margaret DeOliveira has started medical school at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University.
Michael O’Gorman has begun teaching fourth grade reading and social studies through Teach for America in Washington, D.C. He has also started a joint M.Ed. program through Johns Hopkins University and George Mason University.
Brittany Garzillo is now reporting for the new PBS39 local show “Focus”. Brittany, a former intern, at the station, won a College Production Award at the 2012 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards for her documentary, “Three Students, Three Expressions of Art at Moravian College”. Kyle Stackhouse is a management trainee for Enterprise Rent-A-Car in their Easton, Pa location. He works with two other young alumni, Alysia Garr ’11 and Ryan Hartzell ’12.
Shannen Mohr and Jennifer Smith have joined ParenteBeard as staff accountants.
Micah Leonard was named the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Division III Mideast Region Outdoor Female Field Athlete of the Year.