Featuring Ryan Nakagawa '10, Megrez Mosher '08 and Kelvin Tang OD '04.
Kelvin Tang OD ’04 works as an assistant clinical professor at the University of California Berkley School of Optometry, where he recently was invited by a student to perform his first “hooding” at a graduation ceremony. Tang also works at his own practice in Walnut Creek, Calif.
Megrez Mosher ’08 moved to New York in 2011, planning to focus on writing and comedy. She now has a career as an aerialist, a freelance circus performer, and “acts whenever the opportunity presents itself.”
Ryan Nakagawa ’10 was named to the annual Forty Under 40 list honoring accomplished young business leaders in Hawai‘i by the Pacific Business News. Nakagawa is a loan officer for Honolulu HomeLoans.
Kase Johnstun MFA has been hired to write a monthly column for the Top of Utah lifestyle section of the Ogden (Utah) Standard Examiner.
Brooke Toy is the softball coach and a health and physical education teacher at Marshfield High School, Coos Bay, Ore.
Chelsey Alee Chamberlain is the assistant director of communications at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, N.M. She was assistant sports information director at Pacific from August 2013 until January 2014.
Natalie Kollross MS ’07, PsyD ’12 is now licensed to practice psychology in Oregon. She completed a year of residency at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland and an internship at Children’s Institute, Inc., in Los Angeles. She now works at Psychological Services of Pendleton, Ore.
Erin McElhone will attend medical school at Toro University in Henderson, Nev., on an U.S. Army medical military scholarship.
Shane Robinson MAT was featured in an article in the Daily Astorian in December 2013, noting his change of career from a firefighter to teacher at Astoria High School.
Tess Schurter was featured as “Today’s Young Professional” in the Statesman Journal (Salem, Ore.) in February. She is a human resource specialist at Cascade Cardiology in Salem.