November 2017

Allison Meyerhoff ’07, a Visual Art and Visual Communication graduate, has joined the staff as Communications and Marketing Coordinator for Clean Ocean Action. In Allison’s own words, “It is important to me that the work I do in the world positively contributes to society and the world at large. It has always been my intention to eventually use the design and marketing skills I am developing to help promote environmental sustainability.”



Rachel Anzalone ’14, BFA has exhibited throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and has designed murals for a number of building in Atlantic County, New Jersey. Her work incorporates layers of various patters, fabrics, and found objects.



Michael Flynn ’95 was named a coastal advocate for the Coastal Federation. Flynn’s work will increase public awareness of coastal issues that relate to the federations mission. “I am extremely excited to continue the next phase of my career with an organization that uses a very engaging and participatory approach to protect water quality, restore habitats and develop the economy of coastal North Carolina,” Flynn said.



Josh Blamon ’15 was selected by the Wisconsin Herd with the 85th pick in the fourth and final round of the NBA G-League Draft. “There’s a lot of emotions,” Blamon said in a telephone interview Sunday night. “There’s a lot of relief. Satisfaction from all the work I’ve put in, and there’s excitement to see what’s going to happen this year.





Susan Adelizzi-Schmidt ’05, owner and President of Suasion Communications Group, was the keynote speaker at the Evolve Her workshop. Adelizzi-Schmidt presented “Who Runs the World? Digitally Savvy Women Entrepreneurs!” to 200 local businesswomen in the area.