Jason Carthen ’04 MA was recognized by Forbes as one of the top Leadership and Business coaches in the country. Carthen is president for Redeemed Management & Consulting LLC and a former member of the World Champion New England Patriots. He published his third book “52 Ways to Tackle Leadership for Your Success” in 2016. Carthen and his wife, Miredy, have one daughter and live in Aurora.
Sam Campitella ’09 is Vice President of Sales at Vivid Impact in Louisville, Kentucky. He has previously held positions as a General Manager, Regional General Manager, and Executive Director. Vivid Impact is a leading creative graphic communications company in the Midwest. Campitella is a Malone Pioneer baseball alumnus.
Dana Patterson ’99 has been named vice president and chief financial officer at Stark Community Foundation effective July 1, 2017. She most recently served as senior manager at Maloney + Novotny, one of Ohio’s largest full-service CPA firms. She is a Certified Public Accountant, Chartered Global Management Accountant and Certified Quickbooks ProAdvisor. Patterson is a member of the American Institute of CPA’s and Ohio Society of CPA’s. She is also a member of St. Paul Catholic Church’s music ministry team.
Matt Bailey ’92 is an Internet Marketing speaker, consultant and best-selling author. His newest book, “Teach New Dogs Old Tricks!: How Traditional Sales Techniques Accelerate Digital Marketing” is now available. Matt is in high demand as an in-house Internet marketing trainer. Companies that have benefited from Matt’s expertise include: Google, American Greetings, Eaton Corporation, Hewlett-Packard, Proctor & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson, Disney/ABC/ESPN, Gerber Life, The State of South Dakota Board of Tourism, and Randall-Reilly Publications
Chase Horvath ’00, ’04 is the wrestling coach at Tuslaw High School in Massillon. His team posted a 36-1 record this year and he was named “Coach of the Year.” Horvath’s overall record as head coach is 225-29. He is a Tuslaw graduate and a state champion in wrestling and played football. A standout on Malone’s football team, he earned both a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in Education. Chase and his wife, Carrie (Dimit) live in the Tuslaw district and have three children, Blaine, Blaxdon, and Bella.
Christina Graw ’11 is a marketing strategist for the National Alliance on Mental Illness in Norfolk, Virginia, marketing assistant for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention in Hampton Roads, Virginia. Graw helps nonprofits find and tell their own powerful stories for the right medium. She writes, “I am passionate about finding and sharing untold stories. I work to tell stories of people and nonprofits working tirelessly to change the world for good.”