Doug Woolf ’01 is a Financial Teacher at Sun Valley High School in Monroe, North Carolina. Woolf was on the Pioneer football team and graduated with a bachelor of science in education. He earned his MBA from Liberty Mutual in 2010. Woolf is also an independent insurance agent with Langtree Insurance.
Erin (Henry) Neal ’06 was named Director of Major Gifts for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Columbus. Since 2015 Neal has been the Senior Development Officer at the Mount Carmel Foundation (St. Ann’s Medical Center). She was previously the Director of Development at Ohio State’s Law School. Neal earned her MBA from OSU in 2011.
Darius Givens ’15 is the new Public Relations Coordinator for the Charlotte Housing Authority in Charlotte, North Carolina. Darius did internships at IGS Energy and the Stark Hunger Task Force. He volunteered at Canton Christian Home, was an award-winning member of Malone’s Forensics team and a member of the Malone Pioneer Football team. Most recently he worked for FedEx Ground and did social media for the Housing Authority of Elizabeth, New Jersey.
Jamie White ’10 is an editor, graphic designer, writer, church planter, pastor and community builder. She was recently published in Tapestry magazine. White and her husband, Dustin, are founders and pastors of Radial Church in Canton. She is also the editor-in-chief of online content for As Family We Go, a ministry with the worship band Rend Collective.
Philip Fisher ’16 is an Inside Sales Representative at Milwaukee Bucks Inc., a professional basketball franchise. Fisher earned dual degrees in Sport Management and Business Administration, with a minor in marketing. While at Malone, he completed internships as a youth education marketing intern at the Pro Football Hall of Fame and at ProCamps Worldwide in San Diego, California.
Laurel Weir ’12, soprano, performed Vier Letzte Lieder by Strauss with the University of Missouri – Kansas City Conservatory Orchestra on February 9, 2017. Weir received a Master’s degree at the Cleveland Institute of Music. She earned duel Bachelor of Arts degrees in Music and Communication Arts from Malone where she studied with mezzo-soprano, Cynthia Wohlschlager. In 2013, she won first-place in the statewide Tuesday Musical Scholarship Competition and presented a recital in Salzburg, Austria as winner of the Schloss Mirabell Competition. In January 2014, she was selected for “The Song Continues,” Marilyn Horne’s week-long master class series at Carnegie Hall, followed by a performance at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.
Robin Waltz ’93 is the president and CEO of United Way of Tuscarawas County. Waltz began her career at United Way in 2013 and had been the organization’s community resources coordinator. Before her move to United Way, she was the human resources director at Zimmer Surgical in Dover. Waltz and her husband, Perry, have two children and live in New Philadelphia.
Rev. Duane C. Miller ’75 is a pastor and author. His newly released book, “Survivor”, tells the true story of a horrifying accident and its aftermath from a riveting, firsthand account. Rev. Miller graduated with a bachelors degree in Religion and earned a master of arts in Christian Education from Denver Seminary in 1978. He is pastor of Living Hope Church, C&MA, in East Canton and coaches in two mentoring programs, one fpr people preparing for the pastorate, missions, or eldership, and the other for people in children’s ministries. He is married to his college sweetheart, Molly (Brotherton), who returned to complete her degree from Malone in 1997. The Millers have four married daughters and twenty grandchildren. Read more about Survivor.
Ross Sommers ’03 is a Financial Representative with Northwestern Mutual in Canton. He was formerly Vice President and Branch Manager for FirstMerit Bank. Sommers has over 12 years experience in personal and small business banking and holds an Ohio Life Insurance license and a FINRA Series 6 securities license.