Tristan Sanchez ’10 is an F/T Board Operator and Producer at Radio One in the Cleveland and Akron area. He is the producer of “The D.L. Hughley Show” for WZAK-FM and “The Willie Moore Jr. Show” on WJMO-AM/W233CG-FM. He also covers shifts as needed and produces and engineers various live programs on WERE-AM. Sanchez graduated with a bachelor of arts in communication arts.
Lonette (Clinkscale) Baity ’04 is the Director of Marketing at Lake Center Christian School in Hartville. She is also a faith-based writer and speaks for women’s conferences, retreats, Bible studies and small groups. Lonette and her husband, Stephan, have three children and live in Akron. To contact Lonette, visit her blog at lonettebaity.com.
Paul Morris ’79, D.C. has been named one of America’s Top Chiropractors 2016 by the Consumer’s Research Council of America based in Washington, D.C. The honor is given to Dr. Morris for his exemplary service to his community and state, excellence in his continued education, and his positive impact on his patients’ lives for 35 years. He has been the team doctor at Dorman High School for 25 years. Dr. Morris and his family live in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Matthew Strayer ’08 has been named a partner of the Columbus-based firm Goldman & Braunstein, LLP (GBlegal.net). Strayer joined the firm in February 2016. He received his law degree from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, graduating in the top 10 in his class. He received his undergraduate degree from Malone in communications and media studies, concentrating on journalism.
Strayer lives in Worthington, with his wife, Kaitlyn (Cook) ’08, and two daughters. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the Ohio State Bar Association and the Columbus Bar Association.
Mark Mathieu ’05 is a Senior Systems Engineer at BWX Technologies, Inc. in the Cleveland/Akron area. He is also the owner of Mark Mathieu Computer Consulting. His areas of expertise include backup and disaster recovery, onsite/remote support, hardware/software purchases, antivirus and installation and upgrades, and website design and maintenance. To learn more, visit www.markmathieu.com or send an email to email@example.com.
Carol A. Jenkins ’68, Ph.D. has received the 2016 American Sociological Association Section on Teaching and Learning’s “Distinguished Contributions to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Sociology” national award. This award recognizes over twenty years of research and publication involving the infusion of issues and interests of American rural life into the mainstream Sociology curriculum. She is the Department Chairperson for Sociology at Glendale Community College in Arizona.
Dr. Jenkins also wrote an invited “legacy” article entitled “Passing on the Insights of Rural Sociologists: My Journey as a Pedagogist in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning” in The Methodology of Political Economy 2015 and an invited chapter entitled “Developing Effective Classroom Exercises” in Learning from each Other (2017 forthcoming).