North Central College - Naperville, IL
Amanda Broaddus was interviewed by BlueHavana Podcast to discuss her role as director of “The Sound of Music.”
Ashley Bartel is assistant director of marketing in North Central’s Office of Marketing and Communications.
Jacob Austin played a role in “Romantic Fools,” a comedic vaudeville show that ran February 14-16 at the River’s Edge Theatre in Yorkville, IL.
Jillian Ruggiero was admitted to the Illinois State Bar Association.
Tara Madziarek is certified as a registrant of the National Registry of Certified Microbiologists (NRCM).
Allison Beckham spoke at the College’s annual science alumni event, held May 16 during Cornerstone Week
Kristina Kaufman M ’08 is an instructor and doctoral student at Illinois State University.
Faith Evans was named a centralillinoisproud.com Hometown Hero.
Laura Botten is a production assistant for US 99.5 WUSN-FM, Chicago.
Aubrey Pauly Secrest is owner and founder of Bride Meets Wedding, Inc.
Shelley Crawford performed in her first solo cabaret “Tellin’ It Like It Is” at Davenport’s Piano Bar March 11 and 18.
Megan O’Connor is an associate attorney at the Deratany Law Firm in Chicago.
Jim Owczarski was honored by the Associated Press Sports Editors (APSE) for investigative journalism.
Marcos Mateo Ochoa has guest starred in several television shows, including Spike TV’s “The Joe Schmo Show,” Comedy Central’s “Kroll Show” and “Nathan For You.”
Robert Pomazak was hired in the St. Charles North High School physical education department and will coach football beginning August 2013.
Amy Pietras Newman received the 2013 Utah Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year Award.
Kirk Overstreet accepted a position as assistant dean of adjunct faculty support at the College of DuPage.
Jackie Mitchell Nelson accepted a new position at the American Red Cross as the director of the celebrity and entertainment outreach program.
Emily Ruggiero is business development manager for Management Concepts in Washington, D.C.
Joanna Bourque was a designer for the DuPage Children’s Museum’s M.A.S.K. Project to celebrate its 25th anniversary.