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NOTES
Karen Parenti, Psy.D.,
was appointed
to the Board of Directors of Gaudenzia,
an addiction treatment and recovery
organization helping men and women in
Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware.
Karen is the vice president of quality
and clinical operations for Bancroft, a
nonprofit organization helping people
with autism, brain injuries and other
intellectual or developmental disabilities.
Jullie Searfoss, M.A.,
was accepted
as a doctoral candidate at Alvernia
University in the Educational and Com-
munity Leadership Ph.D. program.
Sarah Trently
and
Kurt Ravenfeld
were recently engaged and will be mar-
ried in June 2015.
2012
Marissa Bowlby
is now an admissions
counselor at Cabrini College in Pennsyl-
vania.
Katerina Christodoulou
accepted a
position as a music therapist at Jammin
Jenn Music Therapy.
Cherie Crumpler
is featured in
Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare and the
International Nurses Association. She is
currently employed by Wilmington Hos-
pital, the flagship hospital of Christiana
Care Health System.
Louis Gardiner
accepted a position as
residence hall manager at Saint Joseph’s
University.
Patricia Maristch
accepted a position
with the marketing committee for Wings
for Success.
Deborah Noel, Ed.D.,
retired from the
Chester County Intermediate Unit after
30 years of service.
Samantha Zirolli
is a learning coach
at Education Plus Academy Cyber Char-
ter School.
2013
Caroline Drumgoole
accepted a
position as a human resource consultant
trainee at the New Jersey Civil Service
Commission’s Division of Selection
Services.
Emily Flaim, M.A.,
is a drug, alcohol,
and mental health therapist for Gauden-
zia in Norristown, PA. She was married in
October 2014.
Denise Giles
was recognized by The
Evergreens, a Moorestown retirement
community, for her graduation.
Eric Jackson
accepted a position as
a personal care assistant at Chester
County Intermediate Unit.
2014
Stephen Beaver
started a new job as
a sixth grade social studies and writing
instructor at Walter D. Palmer Charter
School in Philadelphia, PA.
Dan Burns
is now working at SAP
America as a human resources business
partner associate.
Gabrielle Capaldi
shares, “Over the
summer, I was hired as a full-time music
teacher for the Archdiocese of Philadel-
phia. I now teach grades PreK-8 at two
different Catholic schools in Philadel-
phia, Our Lady of Port Richmond and
Holy Innocents ACES.”
Courtney Gambrell
accepted a posi-
tion as an applied behavioral specialist
at Elwyn.
Joshua Garcia
has accepted a position
as a substitute teacher at Source4Teach-
ers.
Lauren Griesser, M.A.,
is a trauma
therapist at the Children’s Crisis Treat-
ment Center in Philadelphia, PA.
Danai Kanyangarara
accepted a posi-
tion in application support at Bayada.
Jeanette Lesenko
is spending a
voluntary year of service with St. Vincent
de Paul in Cincinnati, OH. Jeannette and
four other volunteers live in an inten-
tional community setting. They receive
a stipend of $100 each month and are
currently receiving SNAP benefits (food
stamps) in order to live simply to come
closer to understanding how the people
they serve live. She works in the Social
Services Department as a client advo-
cate helping individuals with a variety
of services such as clothing/household
vouchers; bus tokens; rent and utility
assistance; and vouchers for state IDs,
police checks and birth certificates. At
the end of the year she will be receiving
an educational award of about $5,000
that she will use to pay off loans or put
toward graduate school.
Jared Poindexter
accepted a position
as a dispute resolution specialist at
Connolly, LLC.
Abigail Rodgers, M.A.,
writes, “I
recently became the school psychologist
at Chester Community Charter School. I
am in charge of two separate campuses
K-8.”
Christopher Rudisill, Ed.D.,
was ap-
pointed assistant superintendent for the
Conewago Valley School District.
Lexie Tate
works for the Chester
County Hospital as a certified nursing
assistant (CNA).
BIRTHS
April Barra Scepanski ’02,
son Braden Gareth Scepanski born
August 14, 2014
Jennifer Wayne Hughes ’04,
daughter Eleanor Jane Hughes born
August 23, 2014.
Andrea Donovan Doherty ’06,
daughter Molly Therese Doherty born
September 29, 2014.
Kris Behm ’08
and
Meghan Setting
Behm ’10,
daughters Emily Deborah
Marie Behm and Adaleigh Anne Marie
Behm born July 22, 2014.
Cat Glisson Clauhs ’09,
son
Andrew Charles Clauhs, Jr. born
November 21, 2014.
Missy Hopely ’09,
daughter Hope
Elizabeth Rice born October 9, 2014.
MARRIAGES
Carina Cavoto ’08 B.A., ’13 B.Mus.
married Michael DeBakey on
July 12, 2014.
Jennifer Delnero ’08
married Carlin
Hebert on July 26, 2014.
Molly Sutcliffe ’09
married
Michael
Hermansen ’11
on October 25, 2014.
Kevin Moore ’10
married Maggie
Pearson on August 9, 2014.
Students from the Exercise Science Majors Club hosted the Exercise Science Career Panel. The panel consisted of Immaculata
alumni who are professionals in the exercise science field.
Pictured L to R: Joseph Caria, Elizabeth Strauch, Patty Canterino (director of Athletics at Immaculata and head women’s basketball coach),
Robert Jones, Chelsea McTigue, Megan Gallagher, Charlene Henry, and Rachel Denis. Not pictured: Jim Bakey, Eric Martin, Jonathan Martin,
Kendall Peters, and Zena Tracey.
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