Lin McDowell ’96 has recorded the New Testament American Standard Version in audio book form. A veteran of over twenty years in radio broadcasting, McDowell’s extensive voice work includes hundreds of commercials, narrations for corporate videos and as a public address announcer for college and professional sports teams. McDowell is on the news team at News/Talk 1110 WBT Radio in Charlotte, North Carolina. The audio book is available through Legacy Audio Books. A downloadable version is also available in CD form. Use this promo code when you order: PW251NNOZ3N0B.
Adam Sabados ’06 has been promoted to Digital Media Manager for Tyndale House Publishers in Chicago. He is reponsible for coordinating social media marketing and strategy for the Tyndale corporate brand and book marketing, advertising planning and buying, social media analytics, trade shows, blogging, content creation, video and podcast producing and editing. Adam started with the publishing house in 2007 as an Author Services Representative and has been promoted through other marketing and digital media positions.
And the winner is…Amanda Flower’s novel, Andi Unstoppable, the third mystery in the Andi Boggs series won the Agatha Award for Best Children’s/ Young Adults Novel. Read more about Amanda and her books here.
Eric Hull ’05 is the OREO Manager and Vice President at FirstMerit Bank in Akron. Hull manages the bank-owned real estate (REO) portfolio for the bank in all of Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania.
Troy Gunnoe ’16, MBA has been promoted to Customer Supply Chain Manager for The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company at Walmart headquarters in Bentonville, Arkansas. Gunnoe is responsible for meeting service expectations and for enhancing overall Supply Chain partnerships through deeper collaboration and implementation of mutually beneficial programs. He began his career at Goodyear in 2012.
Leah Klug ’13 is the Youth/Young Adult Pastor at Struthers Parkside Church in Struthers, Ohio. She did her ministry internship at RiverTree Christian Church in the Greater Canton area.
Daniel McDowell ’04, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of political science at Syracuse University in New York. McDowell’s research focuses on the politics of international finance, financial crises, and the international monetary system. He received an M.A. and Ph.D. in Foreign Affairs from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville.