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Christine Myers ’19 placed first in the Hudson-Mohawk Marathon 2019 (Albany, New York) with a time of 2:48:15, a lead of nearly three seconds. She is currently at Vermont Law School earning her J.D.

Emily Mitchell ’18 has been contracted by Facebook’s music business development team to help strengthen the bond between Facebook and music publishers while also providing operational support. “Moving from a small independent publisher to one of the biggest companies in the world has been challenging – but rewarding!”

Nerys Jimenez Pichardo ’17 is a full-time software developer for New York State Office of Information Technology Services (ITS) in Albany, as well as an adjunct faculty for computer science at Saint Rose.

Anna Miceli ’16 has begun working as Manager, Rights Management Operations at Downtown Music.

Lionel Nichols ’15 started his own fashion brand, Mario&Lee, in New York City. “I recently presented my clothing in the stitched charity fashion show. I also put my own fashion show together in a gallery in midtown NYC on October 5.”

Jermaine A. Brookshire ’13, J.D., passed the Connecticut Bar Exam (on his first attempt) and is a corporate associate at Wiggin and Dana LLP (New Haven, Connecticut).

Maria Sanchez Gonzalez ’13 ran in (and completed) the New York City Marathon on November 3.

Suzelle Zamor ’12 is director of the New York State Liberty Partnerships Program at Farmingdale State College, where she is also an adjunct faculty member.

Ben Lamb G’11 was in the news for running for a fourth term on the City Council of North Adams, Massachusetts.

Justin Nadeau ’10 was one of several property owners interviewed in an article about investing in multi-family homes in the Capital Region, in the Albany Business Journal.


Adam Debus ’08, G’12 recently relocated, along with his fiance, to California to take on a new challenge as a staff site reliability engineer for LinkedIn.

Vincent R. Leone G’07, G’08 was named coordinator of funded programs for the Brentwood Union Free School District (Brentwood, New York). He was most recently program coordinator for Long Island at Eastern Suffolk BOCES; before that, he had served as a middle-school special-education teacher, a middle-school dean of students, and an IEP teacher for the New York City school system.

Kenya Vanterpool G’05 was named assistant principal of South Middle School for the Brentwood Union Free School District (Brentwood, New York). He has worked as a social worker and administrator for a number of schools on Long Island for the last 15 years.

Kristin Pew Vaddiraja ’00 was named manager at BST & Co. CPAs, LLP.


Tracie Killar ’86 was honored with the Vaughan Family Changemaker Award for her work as executive director of the South End Children’s Café in Albany, New York. She was also featured in multiple articles over the past few months, including stories in the Spotlight News, the Albany Business Review, and the Times Union.

Laura Hartmann ’85, a manager of jazz musicians and an adjunct professor at SUNY New Paltz, ran for a seat on the Town Board of Ulster in Ulster, New York.


Diana Durham G’77, Ph.D., has begun working as a strategic advisor to the Center for Continuing Medical Education at Stanford University’s School of Medicine (Los Angeles, California).

In memoriam
John “Jay” Noonan, III G’75
Sister Ida DeCastro, CSJ ’66 (Sister Maria Francesca)
Christina Cheyer Vertullo ’65
Sheila Mulcahy Wylie ’56
Teresa Gabriel Prevost ’55, G’60
Virginia M. Jackowski ’50
Joanne LeVangie McDonald ’50
Rose Daley McAuliffe ’46

Friend of Saint Rose
Thomas Monahan