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be on DVD in Q4 2014.”
February 28, 2014, I got married
to Gabriel Hernandez. We were
surrounded by my family and
friends who traveled from dif-
ferent parts of the country to be
with us. We had our ceremony at
St. Mary’s Cathedral in Trenton,
NJ and the reception was at the
Grand Marquis in Old Bridge, NJ.
We went to Uruguay as a short
honeymoon, which is where my
now-husband is from. We are very
happy, living in Plainsboro, NJ,
and looking into buying a house.”
shares, “I wanted
to take the time to recognize the
institute/home where I found
my passion for psychology. The
classes, internship, research
projects, and various organiza-
tions I was a part of while I was at
Immaculata helped me form the
professional I have become. I still
have contact with my mentor from
Immaculata, who still continues to
support me! I recently was hired
by a nonprofit agency and have
the opportunity to learn, grow,
and share. The organization has
the mission statement of elimi-
nating racism and empowering
women! I wanted to share my pro-
fessional accomplishments with
you because Immaculata played
a huge role in my professional
development.” Sheila is a bilin-
gual domestic violence counselor
at the YWCA of Union County.
accepted a position as a
PCA at Potential Discoveries.
on April 13, 2014. Sarah
works with Americorps VISTA at
the Chester County Department
of Community Development.
Chester University graduate Arevik
Gevorgyan in July at Sts. Simon
and Jude Catholic Church in West
Chester, PA. They traveled to
Bermuda for their honeymoon.
is an MDS
special education teacher at the
Chester County Intermediate Unit.
is a marketing co-
ordinator at GPS North America.
writes, “I look
forward to future Business
and Accounting Depart-
ment alumni events.”
Evan and Eddie Peterson
both be teaching at St. Laurence
School in Upper Darby, PA this
coming school year. Eddie is enter-
ing his second year as a seventh
grade teacher at St. Laurence, and
Evan is entering his first year as
a sixth grade teacher. Evan says,
“As always, there will be plenty
of IU gear in our classrooms!”
graduated with a
Master of Public Health degree
from Touro University in San
Francisco, CA and is traveling
to Bolivia for three months
to research maternal mortal-
ity in indigenous regions.
Matthew Poole ’11
20, 2014. She writes, “The
nuptial Mass will begin at 11:30
a.m. and will be celebrated at St.
Agnes Church in West Chester,
PA.” They would like to thank
the Immaculata University com-
munity for bringing them both
together. Without daily Mass in
Villa Maria chapel, the support
of Campus Ministry, and the
great friendships made at IU,
Matt and Katie would not have
met. They ask for the prayers of
the IU community as they enter
into the vocation of marriage.
is a snowboard
and Alpine ski instructor, and
IN-Bounds mountain guide at
Winter Park Lodging Company.
clinical associate at Bancroft.
is a project
coordinator at SC International.
is a student
assistant in the Athletic Depart-
ment at Wake Forest University.
accepted a position as a career
development employer rela-
tions and marketing coordina-
tor at Immaculata University.
writes, “I truly en-
joyed my time at Immaculata Uni-
versity. The ACCEL program not
only provided me with an educa-
tion that is needed in the business
that I am in, but also with a self-
confidence and insight into higher
learning. It was truly an enjoyable
experience to learn with knowl-
edgeable working adults and have
incredible academic support.”
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