Erin McKown Worthington, WC ’05

Erin McKown Worthington, WC ’05, and her husband welcomed their daughter, Lauren Jean, on March 26.

Lynnette Swanson, BU ’05

Lynnette Swanson, BU ’05, was the head coach of the U.S. bocce team at the recent Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi.

Mandy Dale, BU ’05

Mandy Dale, BU ‘05, is the new principal of Banks County Primary School in Homer, Georgia. She previously served as the assistant principal of Lula Elementary School in Hall County. She began her education career in 2005 as a teacher at Sugar Hill Elem …

Marsha Stringer, WC ’96, BU ’03, ’05 and Amanda Stringer Butts, WC ’99

Marsha Stringer, WC ’96, BU ’03, ’05, and Amanda Stringer Butts, WC ’99, both served as volunteers during Super Bowl LIII on Feb. 3 in Atlanta.

Shena Gazaway, WC ‘05, BU ‘09

Shena Gazaway, WC ‘05, BU ‘09, successfully completed her dissertation in the nursing program at Augusta University in Augusta, Georgia, on March 28. Her dissertation explored how various mentoring programs support work transition six months after grad …

Dulcé Sloan, WC ‘05

Dulcé Sloan, WC ‘05, won top honors at the 12th annual StandUp NBC comedy showcase. With the win, Sloan has been signed to a talent holding deal with NBCUniversal. The showcase, hosted by actor-comedian and StandUp NBC alum Tone Bell (Truth Be Told) at …

Brenau University Alumni Association Board

On Aug.1, the Brenau University Alumni Association Board held a retreat at Fernbank Museum of Natural History in Atlanta. President Marsha Stringer and Vice President Natalie Grasso led the board members in team-building exercises, goal-setting and lon …

Dulcé Sloan, WC ’05

Dulcé Sloan, WC ’05, from Stone Mountain, Georgia, was recently named a New Face of Comedy 2015 and performed at the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. This year she has performed in four other festivals, including the Women in Comed …

Lara Thomas Carswell, WC ’05

Lara Thomas Carswell, WC ’05, from Newnan, Georgia, husband Robert and son, Leland, welcomed twin girls, Charlotte Victoria and Elizabeth Adeline, on Dec. 22, 2014.

Khalilah Robinson Johnson, WC ’05

Khalilah Robinson Johnson, WC ’05, is a now a Ph.D. candidate at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

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