Lorraine Basch '17 has been announced as executive assistant to the chief financial and chief operating officers of the Kamala Harris presidential campaign.
Paulette Perhach '17, the author of Welcome to the Writer's Life, was featured on the 12-Minute Convo podcast.
Otis Houston MFA ’17 interviewed author Thomas Chatterton Williams about his forthcoming book, Self-Portrait in Black and White: Unlearning Race.
Jason Pederson ’15 and Steven Childress ’17 host Pacific Novel Project together, a podcast about their writing and publishing process from first drafts and revisions to rejections and publications.
BriAnna Rosen ’12 and wife EM Fuller founded the Fuller Rosen Gallery in 2018 as a collaborative curatorial project.
Taylor Swanson OD ’17 was recently welcomed to the Brainerd (Minn.) Eyecare Center team, joining his wife, Alicia Archibald-Swanson OD ’17, who has been practicing there since June 2017.
Garrett Brown ’17 began a year-long internship in July 2018 at the Artists Repertory Theatre, the longest-running professional theatre company in Portland, Ore.
Jennifer Saunders MFA ’17 was published twice in 2018, once by Blue Fifth Review and also by Glass: A Journal of Poetry for her compelling poem, “Measured in Minutes.”
Jamaica Baldwin MFA ’17 was announced winner of the 2019 San Miguel Writer’s Conference Writing Contest in Poetry for her poem, “Teaching the Beasts to Devour My Mother.”
DeVon Pouncey ’17 recently started his new position as vendor coordinator for Street Roots, a local newspaper based in Portland, Ore., that creates income opportunities for people experiencing homelessness and poverty.