Denby Crist ’09 – earned a Master’s in Social Studies Education and is currently completing an Advanced Certificate in Special Education. Denby accepted a position as a History teacher at EF International Academy in Tarrytown.
Jan Millhauser ‘08 – graduated with a Master’s in Math and Special Education and is now teaching Math and Special Education at the New Life School in the Bronx.
John Severiano – a current student in the Math and Special Education program has obtained a Special Education teaching position at Tappan Zee High School.
Diana Buononato Asner ’06 – earned her Master’s in Childhood Education and Special Education and has received tenure at Tecumseh Elementary School in Farmingville, NY. Diana tells us that “There is not a day that goes by that I don’t look forward to going to work! Teaching is great!”
Robert Meyer – is finishing up his Master’s in Math and Special Education and will be teaching Math at Cardinal Spellman High School in the Bronx this Fall.
Elliot Chase ’10 – is hiking somewhere, according to his Facebook page! He will soon join his father, who has become heavily involved in building a school in Cambodia, which has now been running for two years or so. Elliot says “I shall be going over to help do some curriculum work (plenty to be done), teach English, work with teachers…should be fascinating!”
Virginia Plath-Kelly ’10 – a graduate of the Special Education and English program has accepted a Special Education teaching position at Hawthorne Country Day School.
Keith Hassell ’09 – is a Marriage and Family Therapy graduate and is currently working as a Career Counselor at Iona College where he assists students in declaring a major, identifying their interests and other areas of career preparation.
Rhonda Jeffay – a current student in the School Counseling program, was awarded The Charlotte Pavone Memorial Graduate Student Scholarship at the Westchester-Putnam Rockland Counseling Association end-of-year program on May 20th.
Diana Lennon – is a current student in the Library and Information Science program and has been awarded the American Library Association’s Meriam L. Hornback Annual Scholarship. The award is given to persons who display academic excellence, leadership and strong evidence of a commitment to a career in librarianship. Diana is also the recipient of the Westchester Library System’s Professional Development Award for 2010. The award is designed to assist WLA members in pursuing educational and professional development.