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July 2, 2021

Redhawks Who Soar - July 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!

Jenn Suhr’04 qualified for the women’s pole vault final at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials on June 24. Suhr, a three-time Olympian and the 2012 Olympic champion, finished 5th at the Olympic trials and did not make the team. She has had a phenomenal pole-vaulting career including winning Olympic silver and gold medals and finishing second at the U.S. Nationals in 2020 at the age of 38. Read the full story

Justin Johnson’21 (MSL) was named the new Vice President of Operations for Foodmate in Georgia. Johnson is responsible for managing and growing the company’s customer service department and customer relationship management systems, including service agreement execution, spare parts business, and logistics operations. Read more

Leslie Fountain-Williams’04 (MSMK) was named the new VP of Finance and Administration at Centralia College. Read the full story

Jake Schindler’11 (Physics) is playing soccer for the Rochester Lancers. Read more

Casey Steiner (Psychology) is the Assistant Principal for UPK-12 grade, effective July 1. Steiner has served as the Multi-Tiered Systems of Support Coordinator for Lyons Central School since 2015. Read more

Sarah Fantauzzi ‘05 (Organizational Management) and ’13 (MSL) is the Executive Vice President, Sales for Willwork Global Event Services in Massachusetts. She has experience in HR, sales and technology and her career spans multiple markets including insurance, software, manufacturing and construction. Read more

Alumna Janna (Payne) Klostermann '07 (Communication) completed her PhD at Carleton University and received the Governor General's Gold Medal. Read the full story

Natalie Banks Wilson’16 (MSL) began her role as the Chief of Public Affairs, effective in May 2021. In this position, she will be responsible for ensuring the Rochester community is educated about and engaged in the Police Accountability Board’s work. Read more.


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