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September 20, 2021

Redhawks Who Soar - September 2021

Redhawks Who Soar

Roberts Wesleyan College is proud of its 19,356 living alumni who are working in the fields of healthcare, social work, business, education, criminal justice, ministry, non-profits and entrepreneurship – to name a few!

Dr. Melanie Weber ’21(Psy.D.) is a school psychologist at Webster School District and a post-doc placement at Victor Counseling Practice. Read more.

Jenn Suhr’04 (Psychology), Olympic pole-vaulter, will be inducted into the Section VI Hall of Fame in December. Suhr is one of 11 former Section VI athletes who will be honored for their athletic accomplishments and for their service. Read the story.

Malik Dare’18 (Business Administration) is a shining example of serving others as he has chosen to dedicate his time to coordinate projects, programs and activities that will serve to unite and strengthen the Capital Region. Read the story.

Christina Smith’07 (Masters of Psychology) as the new acting Executive Director of Pupil Personnel Services at Central Square School District. Smith earned M.S. and CAS in School Psychology from Roberts Wesleyan College. Read more.

Judah Sealy’07 (Music) is a Rochester-based jazz saxophonist who performed at the Water Street in August with his blend of R&B, gospel, neo-soul and funk. He is a music teacher at Rochester Prep West Charter Elementary School and Music Director at Church Of Love Faith Center. Read the story.

Pablo Nieves’17 (Strategic Leadership, M.S.) is a new adjunct faculty member at Concordia University Texas. He teaches Leadership Theory, as well as two Kinesiology courses (First Aid and Safety and Prevention and Treatment of Injury).

Sara “Saso” Nady’19,’21 (Business Administration, Strategic Leadership, M.S.) is a Business Development Representative at Enigma Technologies, Inc. in New York City.

Bryce Volschow’21 (Biochemistry) is studying at LECOM School of Dental Medicine in Bradenton, FL.

Josh Volschow’21 (Biology) is studying at Gannon University in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program in Erie, PA.

Taylor Bynoe’19 (Sports Management & Marketing) is the lead operations supervisor in the recreation department at University of Pennsylvania. 

Kathy Phelps’15 (Strategic Management, M.S.) is the Public Relations Director at Pinckney Hugo Group effective Sept. 2021. Previously, she was the Assistant Director of Donor Engagement at the Monroe Community College Foundation. Prior to that, she worked at Dixon Schwabl in a variety of public relations and special event roles. Read the story.

Deborah Tedone’12,’14 (RN to BSN, Nursing Education, M.S.) will be a speaker at the Global Conference on Nursing Science, Education & Research on September 28th on "Horizontal Violence, Just Say No!.”


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