Kristie (Radcliff) Sigler ’97 is the co-creator of a monthly service-learning subscription box for families that provides credible information on a social issue from a nonprofit, provides educational tools, includes a product, donates 20 percent of profits, and more. The website is at www.salteffect.com. A persuasive communication lecturer and course supervisor at The Ohio State University, Kristie also is a textbook author/editor for Kendall Hunt Publishing Company. Kristie (left) is pictured with co-creator Mary Sterenberg.
Tyler Schrock ’11 is a sponsored professional disc golf player and Disc Golf Coach at Malone. He is founder and coordinator of the Annual Pioneer Golf Tournament planned for May 12, 2018. This tournament is open to all disc golfers, novice to professional. Last year, the event drew 75+ participants. Proceeds from the tournament will go toward scholarship support. Learn more/register here.
Patrice Djerejian, music education alumna, has released a new album You are My Song, a selection of her original pop and jazz songs. Djerejian is an internationally renowned recording and performing artist, songwriter, and philanthropist. Patrice has performed at some of the world’s most prestigious concert halls including her debut at NYC’s Carnegie Hall and her critically acclaimed Handel CD/DVD, Love Lost and Found, with London’s English Chamber Orchestra. Learn more at patricedjerejian.com.
Aaron Meadows ’98 is senior pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Kent, which recently held a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the commencement of a planned student housing community on the church grounds. Read the article here.
Andrew Hill ’16 is a student at Ohio University’s Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine. Andrew plans to be a missionary doctor. View the full story here.
This May, Andrea Fry ’17 will present some of her research with her research team at the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology’s (ARVO) annual meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii. When she returns, she’ll be attending the University of Mount Union’s graduate school to become a physician’s assistant.