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January 17, 2020

Redhawks Who Soar - January 2020

Roberts Wesleyan College is proud of its nearly 19,000 living alumni who are working in the fields of healthcare, social work, business, education, ministry, non-profits and entrepreneurship – to name a few!

Theresa Lippa’18 (Business Administration) is a Business Operations Analyst at Rochester Regional Health. Prior to that she was an Administrative Assistant at Cornell Cooperative Extension.

Burke Linquist’01 (Music) opened The Chop House on Main in Jamestown on January 13th. The restaurant offers a modern take on a traditional steakhouse, featuring a contemporary, chef-driven menu, an extensive wine list and well curated craft cocktail menu. Read more.

Donna McLaren'99 (Master of Strategic Leadership) was recently interviewed by Jenna Curcio, Social Media Manager, from Brandmint. Brandmint, a Rochester based marketing agency, interviews business leaders to collectively share knowledge in our community. McLaren is the Associate Vice President for Brand and Marketing Communications & CMO at Roberts Wesleyan College. Read the full interview

Paul Shewan”82 (Music Education) was the guest conductor at the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra holiday music concert at Newark High School in December. The guest baritone soloist for this year’s RPO concert was Jeffery McGhee, Ph.D., professor of voice at Roberts Wesleyan College. Read the full story.

Rich Rose”71 (English) who was inducted into the Roberts Wesleyan College Hall of Fame in 1995 was inducted into the Churchville-Chili High School Athletic Hall of Fame in December. Read the full story.

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