Recent NewsMay 14, 2021
Redhawks Who Soar - May 2021
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!
Taylor Bynoe’19 (Sports Management) graduated with her Master of Science in Sports Business from Temple University. Bynoe has accepted a position with the Philadelphia Phillies as an Operations Assistant in the Facilities and Operations Department. Bynoe is excited to start her career in the professional sports world!
Jeremy Nardone’17 (Strategic Leadership, M.S.) joined Cal-Mum Central School as a business administrator. Previously he was the business operations supervisor at Hilton Central School District. Read the story
Ida Pérez’10 (Organizational Management) is the Director of Ibero Children and Family Stability Services. Pérez has over 28 years of experience working with low income communities and underprivileged children and families with a high success rate in helping build confidence in young children while assisting families to become self-sufficient and economically independent. She will be a panelist on the SSIC Virtual Family Summit on May 18 on WXXI. More information
Agustin Rodriguez’14 (International Business) is the Sr. Director of Ibero Investors Corp at Ibero American Action League. Ibero Investors Corp is a private business microlending and consulting firm of Ibero American Action League primarily serving women and minority populations who aspire to become entrepreneurs.
Michael Gouger’19 (Psychology) has been hired as a client partnership specialist at Remedy Intelligent Staffing.
Gina Dobson’97 (Education, M.Ed.) published Scapegoat No More, Ways to Understanding Scapegoating and How to Stop It, a book that looks at the multiple layers of scapegoating and looks to understand emotional wounds that are as a result of being a scapegoat. The book is available at https://www.amazon.com/Stop-Scapegoated-Gina-Maria-Dobson/dp/0578802155.
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