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Thuy Tran

Thuy Tran

Printer Friendly Thuy Tran made the transition from a career in fashion to one in the hospitality industry, but that’s not the most remarkable life journey she has taken. Tran, who graduated from Immaculata with the Class of 1996, was

Faithful Learning

Printer Friendly When the Archdiocese of Philadelphia went looking for its two newest school superintendents, church officials launched a national search. But the women chosen in July to fill the posts were found close to home, and both have strong

Chalk Talk

Kelly Brown and Brianna Duffin

Printer Friendly Roommates. Lifelong best friends. High school classmates. Mighty Macs teammates. All of those words—and more—describe Kelly Brown and Brianna Duffin, who both graduated from Cardinal O’Hara High School in Springfield, PA (which won three Philadelphia Catholic League championships

Sally Berenzweig

Sally Berenzweig

Printer Friendly “I truly believe that the child molesters killed who they could have been,” said Sally Berenzweig, M.Ed., M.A. ’95, referring to the abused women she worked with for her counseling psychology practicum at Immaculata. “Many of the ladies

Synchronicity

Zanthia Reddish, Orathia Bradley

Printer Friendly Zanthia Reddish, Ed.D. and Orathia Bradley, Ed.D. are identical twins; not surprisingly, they share a few things in common. But the similarities between these two remarkable women take the concept of synchronicity to new—and uncanny—levels. Though raised in

Susan Jezsik Varlamoff

Susan Jezsik Varlamoff

Printer Friendly What if you could implement just one program that would decrease obesity, mitigate climate change, feed the hungry, lessen crime, provide jobs and job training, boost the local economy, reduce homelessness, and conserve natural resources? Sound too good

Sheree Richnow

Sheree Richnow

Printer Friendly No two work days are ever the same for Sheree Richnow, and she wouldn’t have it any other way. The Colorado native began her college experience in 1973 at UC – Boulder. “I loved it,” she said, “but

Dr. Susan Miller

Susan Miller

Printer Friendly One might not connect the study of home economics with math and science, nor at-risk students with academic achievement. But Dr. Susan Miller (Minicus ’75), teacher and academic support director at Middleborough High School in Massachusetts, is all

Louis De Angelo

Louis DeAngelo

Printer Friendly An interest that was sparked while he was in his early teens served as the inspiration that led Louis De Angelo to dedicate his professional life to education. “History excited me in eighth grade,” explained De Angelo. “Then

Carolyn Gorman

Carolyn Gorman

Printer Friendly When Carolyn Gorman, COO of women’s services for the University of Pennsylvania Health System, graduated from Cardinal O’Hara High School in 1979, a four-year degree just wasn’t in the cards. Instead she earned an associate degree and was