Ebet Davey
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Roanoke, VA 2014
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The Swan Song That’s Just Beginning
After only a year of venturing out into the world outside of the Pink Bubble, the Class of 2012 has been busy making its mark on the world. Starting stateside, we wish Kellner Pruett the best of luck as she works through medical school at the WV School of Osteopathic Medicine. A little farther north, we celebrate with Isabella Formento as she begins her job as development associate at Bucks County Playhouse in Princeton, NJ. “Working at the Playhouse is incredibly exciting for me…I can’t help being proud of myself, and I owe it all to the education and experiences SBC provided me.” We are proud of you, too, Isabella!
These purple and gold vixens are world travelers, and we welcome Victoria Bradley Gentry back from her summer internship in Guatemala City with International Justice Mission, a human rights organization that “brings rescue to victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression.” The Guatemala office provides legal and aftercare resources to child victims of sexual abuse. Victoria is “so grateful to SBC for equipping me with a broad knowledge of the Spanish language and with a heart for sharing other cultures.” We have no doubt that you will change the world, Victoria! Another swan is set to venture south (well, Central): Seanne Weekes has accepted an offer from the Peace Corps to travel to Costa Rica. She will leave in March, and we wish her all the best.
Last—but most certainly not least—we celebrate with many of our sisters as they reach different milestones. This summer has seen the marriage of Heather Bradley Megginson to Chris Megginson, Sierra Palmieri Leske to Jack Leske and Stacy Ludington-Snider to Mike Snider. Joining them is Kelly Mosher. Kelly and Aaron Lipscomb (H-SC ’11) married at the Sierra Vista in Bedford, VA, on 10/26/13. Kelly also accepted her 1st teaching job at Lake Monticello, where the couple resides. Best wishes on this new part of your journey!
While not all exciting new adventures are mentioned here, we extend a final “Holla, holla!” to the entire Class of 2012, for there is nothing that you cannot do!