Damaso Hodges ’09

Damaso Hodges ’09 is Lead Intake Clinician at Lake Behavioral Hospital in Waukegaun, IL. Damaso is also an Adjunct Sociology Professor at Waubonsee Community College in Plano, IL and Gateway Technical College in Kenosha, WI.

Ryan Farr ’10

Ryan Farr ’10 is a Sports Pastor at Canton First Friends Church where he preaches 4-5 times a year and oversees a sports program that reaches over 4,000 annually. Farr is also the Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach for Mount Vernon Nazarene University.

David Mabry ’93

David Mabry ’93 is the new Executive Director for the Association of Church Sports and Recreation Ministries (CSRM), a 25 year old, international, para-ministry organization focused on equipping the local church to impact lives through sport, recreation, and fitness ministries. David has been in pastoral ministry with the EFC-ER denomination and with The Fellowship of Christian Athletes since graduating from Malone. In 2015, he received his Doctor of Ministry from Ashland Theological Seminary. David and his wife Theresa (Bowlin) ’92 live in Powell.

Michele Waalkes ’07

Michele Waalkes ’07 is the Curator for the Malone Art Gallery at Malone University. In addition to creating her own artwork, Michele is involved in many public and educational art projects. Her studio, Michele Waalkes Arts, is located on the main floor of Avenue Arts Marketplace and Theatre in the Downtown Canton Arts District in Canton. 

Lydia Carmany ’10

Lydia Carmany ’10 is Development Associate for Inner-City Arts in Los Angeles. Before joining Inner-City Arts, Lydia coordinated development efforts for Communities In Schools of Los Angeles, Get Lit-Words Ignite, and The Broad Stage.  For the past decade, she has sought out organizations that help children find and share their voices.