Marsha Stringer, WC ’96, BU ’03, BU ’05, Tinika Moore Haynes, BU ’10, Amanda Stringer Butts, WC ’99, Sylvia Randolph, WC ’01, and Adrianna Blackburn, WC ’13

Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority members and Brenau alumnae (pictured left to right) Marsha Stringer WC ’96, BU ’03, BU ’05, Tinika Moore Haynes BU’10, Amanda Stringer Butts WC ’99, and Sylvia Randolph WC’01, supported fellow sister and alumna Adrianna Black …

April Sisson Conti, WC ’97

April Sisson Conti, WC ’97, was inducted into the 2020 Fannin County Sports Hall of Fame. Conti works as a nurse in Atlanta, where she lives with her husband Sal and son Evan.

Dr. Jennifer Allison, WC ’92, WC ’03

Dr. Jennifer Allison, WC ’92 & ’03, is currently serving as the President of the Georgia Occupational Therapy Association (GOTA). The Georgia Occupational Therapy Association (GOTA) exists to serve as a resource for members, consumers, practitioner …

Lynn Fink, WC ’82

Lynn Fink, WC ‘82, retired from teaching after 26 years with Dekalb County Schools. She is still operating a math tutoring business for K-8 students.

Shannon McIntosh, WC ’86

Shannon McIntosh, WC ’86, won a 2020 Golden Globe for her work as a producer on the film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.”

Kim Brady Ford, WC ’89

Kim Brady Ford, WC ’89, currently works at Auburn University for the vice president of research in compliance. She finds the work fascinating and feels blessed to work for a great university.

Holly Lynn Free, WC ’99

Holly Lynn Free, WC ’99, was named to the Georgia Board of Nursing by Gov. Brian Kemp. Free is a former allied health instructor at North Georgia Technical College.

Amanda Addison Roper, WC ’04

Amanda Addison Roper, WC ’04, has been selected as an American Library Association Emerging Leader for 2020. She will work with other Emerging Leader library professionals on a research project for the Association of College and Research Libraries’s Di …

Kellie Casper Jackson, WC ’05

Kellie Casper Jackson, WC ’05, was recently promoted to vice president of marketing at Orchid Medical in Orlando, Florida.

Dr. Chandra Owenby Hopkins, WC ’05

Dr. Chandra Owenby Hopkins, WC ‘05, has been named the Dean of the Women’s College at Converse College in Spartenburg, South Carolina. An award-winning teacher and scholar, Dr. Hopkins is a recipient of the Cato Award for Faculty Excellence from Conver …

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