Class Notes: Winter 2022

February 14, 2022

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Catch up with your fellow alumni and check out career updates, announcements, births, weddings and other milestones.

Class Notes

2020

Eliza Kruczynski of Natick, MA, was promoted to FOX54 News Now weekend anchor. 

Sahleenorr Samonte, DNP ’20, of Waterbury, CT, received the 2019-2020 Mary Lou Welch Diversity in Nursing Award in January 2021 from the Board of Iota Upsilon at-large chapter/Sigma chapter.

Christina Vittas of Wayne, NJ, was appointed audience development coordinator for Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit educational organization behind “Sesame Street.” 

2021

Brendan Dillon of Mount Arlington, NJ, was honored as a COVID hero by the Roxbury, NJ, Library Foundation. Brendan has been a member of Company 2 Fire and EMS for three years. He has been a New Jersey-certified EMT since 2018 and is certified in the state of Connecticut as well as nationally.  

Stephen MacLeod of Northwood, NH, is the Memphis Business Journal’s commercial real estate and economic development reporter.

Julia Orlofski of Mountain Lakes, NJ, passed the NCLEX nursing exam and started work in August at Waterbury Hospital in its float pool. 

Elizabeth Rossi of Cranston, RI, joined Integrated Media Group as an associate project manager. 

 

 

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