News, Media and Stories | Class Of 1995

Deedra Mason '95, director of clinical education and research for nutraMetrix Custom Health Solutions of Greensboro, N.C., contributes to the company's health blog, including a recent post "Is Your Superfood Your Superhero?"
Mitch Collier '95, vice president of product at Staywell, a corporate healthcare consultancy, wrote an article for Healthcare Business Today about how employers are taking a broader view of their employees' well-being.
Todd Hamilton MAT '95 tells the newspaper he always wanted to return to Lane County, Ore.
Tom Batsell '95, MAT '01, has joined the University of Portland as assistant women's basketball c
Deedra (Trentman) Mason ’95 was featured on The Spa Dr.’s podcast series discussing the role genetics play in health.
Steve Dehner ’95 recently published his debut book, At a Loss: How to Help a Grieving Friend, which draws on his personal experiences as a bereaved father, as well as being a facilitator of a grief recovery group.
Todd Hamilton MAT ’95 was recently chosen by the Springfield (Ore.) School Board of Education to be the next superintendent of Springfield Public Schools.
Christina “Christy” Aleckson ’95 was selected as one of the Portland Business Journal’s 2019 Women of Influence Award winners.
William Alton ’95, MFA ’07 released his most recent book, The Tragedy of Being Happy, published by Pact Press this last January.
Michael Kimber ’94, Daniel Carstens ’95 and Christopher Perk ’97 were inducted into the Alaska Wrestling Hall of Fame on Dec. 15, 2018, following the Alaska State Wrestling Tournament.