News, Media and Stories | Class Of 1995

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.   
Christina “Christy” Aleckson ’95 was named 2018 Woman of the Year by Women in Insurance & Financial Services (WIFS).
Clark Price '95 was recently chosen to be the new principal of Multnomah Learning Academy Middle School in Troutdale, Ore. 
Deborah and Korey
Korey and Deborah met on their first day at Pacific. They moved into Clark Hall in the fall of 1989. Their dorm rooms were on the same floor, around the corner from each other.
Jocelyn Carbonara, Class of 1995, has a passion for helping people determine and communicate their driving message in business. Read more about what she does to aid organizations, entrepreneurs, and authors, as well as what it takes to do her job.
It was April 29, 1994. During their 8 a.m health class, Tracy with her usual blue ball cap pulled down over her sleepy eyes, was talking about going water skiing that afternoon with mutual friends, mostly fellow wrestlers. 
Jada and Jordan Smiling together
Zoey Mendoza Zimmerman '95 lived through the worst a parent can imagine. In 2010, her husband shot and killed their two children and then himself. In the past five years, she has struggled to live with grief and open her heart to the future— while holding on to her children's memories and helping other grieving parents do the same.