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2019 Cassie Cabell (A.S., Radiologic Technology). “I am working at Summers County ARH as a radiologic technologist. I am also being cross-trained in Computer Tomography (CT).” Emily Hicks (B.S., Elementary Education). Special education teacher at Welch Elementary School. “I’m starting my Master One SPED at Concord University.” 2018 Kelly Denise Bailey (B.A., Social Science). “I am a Child Protective Services Social Worker for the McDowell County Department of Health and Human Resources.” Trisha Combs (B.S., Psychology). Social Worker 3 with Raleigh DHHR Youth Services. Kilie Pauley (B.A., Humanities). Graduate studies in organizational communications, WVU. Copy editor for the Bluefield Daily Telegraph. “I plan to continue to the doctoral level!” Brady Shrader (B.S., Sociology). Graduate research at Marshall University, Department of Sociology and Anthropology. McNair Scholar, 2019-2020. 26 BLUE AND GOLD Brittany Goss (B.A., Social Science). “I am an Assistant Supervisor in the Residential Support Services In-Home Program at Cumberland Mountain Community Services Board. I write service plans and supervise employees. I also audit books part time in the Day Support Program!” Mark Corvin (B.S., Applied Science). Studying at the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. Zachary Wayne Green (B.A., Social Sciences). (L.L.D., Elon University, 2020). Associate attorney with Roberson, Haworth & Reese in High Point, NC. David Delida (B.S., Criminal Justice). Crisis Intervention Specialist at Southern Highlands Community Mental Health Center. Audrey Hicks (B.S., Psychology). Behavior Support Specialist, Psychological Assessment and Intervention Services. Jelena Jevtic (B.A., Political Science). Assistant Program Coordinator, NewGen Peacebuilders. Wesley “Wes” Jones (B.S., Applied Science). Doctor of Pharmacy student at the University of Charleston School of Pharmacy. Tiffany McKinney (B.S., Social Science). “I’m currently working as a GMIT at Advance Auto Parts. I plan to further my education.” Morgan Johnson (B.S., Nursing and Health Service Management). WVU Medicine Ruby Memorial Hospital. (cont’d Class of 2017) 2017 Kristin Brown Mahood (B.S., Applied Science). Studying at the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. Benjamin Duncan (B.S., Applied Science). Studying physics and computer engineering at WVU. Completed internship at the National Institutes of Health. Josh Doud (B.S., Applied Science). Pharmaceutical sales professional at Amarin Pharma. “Loving my profession!” Julie Street Neal (B.S., Applied Science). Masters, Health Administration, Ashford University. “I just started at Summers ARH at the off-campus clinic.” Alva October (B.S., Social Science). Masters, Social Work, WVU, 2019. “I am a therapist at Pressley Ridge Laurel Park for their residential level 3 boys program. I’m going for my license in 2020.” Jessica Peak (B.A., Social Science). Masters, Social Work, Concord University. “I currently work as a case manager at Families R Us and as a Service Coordinator for the IDD waiver program at Southern Highlands Community Mental Health Center.” Quartney Settle (B.S., Social Science). Facilitator at Pressley Ridge Safe at Home. Stevie Lee Steers (B.A., English). Masters, Marshall University, 2019. “My Master’s thesis, ‘Slasher Films and Self-Harm: A Relationship of Self-Hatred and Trauma,’ has been published by Marshall University Press. I’m currently enrolled in an English doctoral program at the University of Texas in Austin.” Chelsea Winfree (B.A., Social Sciences). Blueridge Behavioral Healthcare. Therapeutic day clinician with Roanoke public schools. Kayla- Raye York (B.A., Regents Bachelor of Arts). “I’m a counselor for the VADOC and currently working towards my Masters at Liberty University. I look forward to start teaching English as a Second Language this year.” 2016 Lacey Andrews (B.S, Applied Science). Masters, Marshall University, 2019. “I’m currently working in Pediatric Neurology at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital as a clinical trial coordinator. We focus on children with rare diseases.” Kevin Moxey (B.S., Civil Engineering Technology; B.S., Engineering/Industrial Management). M. Eng./Industrial Management, U. of Louisville, 2018. Project Field Engineer, Berkel & Co., Clarksville, IN. Member, American Society of Civil Engineers. Jerry Perdue (B.A., Humanities). Masters, Purdue University, 2019. Director of Student Services, Daymar College. WINTER 2020 27