Zoe Ann Bushouse Cerny, WC ’69

Zoe Ann Bushouse Cerny, WC ’69, and husband Ed recently moved to Elgin, South Carolina, to be closer to their youngest daughter Kelly and her husband Nic, as they expect their first baby in April. Zoe Ann and Ed have six grandchildren and celebrated th …

Rhonda Patjens Francis, WC ’04

Rhonda Patjens Francis, WC ’04, has moved from Roswell, Georgia, to Mountain View, California, with her husband and two daughters. Francis recently accepted a job with Google as planning operations manager. The family is enjoying their new location and …

Ashley Patterson Ivester, WC ’12

Ashley Patterson Ivester, WC ’12, and husband Wes welcomed their first child, Xander Weston, on June 11 at 3:20 p.m. Wes weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces and measured 20 1/4 inches.

Brooke Bargeron Statham, WC ’00

Brooke Bargeron Statham, WC ’00, and husband Chris welcomed daughter Sloane on Aug. 22. She weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces.

Carolina Rucks AlSaedi, WC ’83

Carolina Rucks AlSaedi, WC ’83, retired on May 26 after 27 years in special education with Dekalb County Schools. AlSaedi is currently disabled from Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, an incurable disease that gets little mention in the U.S. However, AlSaedi …

Katy Clark, WC ’08

Katy Clark, WC ’08, has accepted the position as the controller for Crocodile Creek, Inc., a designer and international distributor of children’s toys and accessories based in Durham, North Carolina.

Chloe Golden, WC ‘13

Chloe Golden, WC ‘13, received a Juris Doctorate from the University of New Hampshire School of Law in May. Chloe graduated magna cum laude and was admitted to the New Hampshire Bar through the Daniel Webster Scholar Program. She is a litigation associ …

Elizabeth Conoley, WC ’95

Elizabeth Conoley, WC ’95, School of Nursing assistant professor, was named a member of the 2016 All-Southern States Athletic Conference Faculty Team for her contributions to Brenau’s athletics programs. Conoley, who is the Golden Tigers’ faculty athle …

Mandy Sheppard Volpe, WC ’09

Mandy Sheppard Volpe, WC ’09, in August became executive director of Interactive Neighborhood for Kids, Inc. Sheri Hooper, founder of the Gainesville, Georgia, “children’s museum,” created the first salaried executive director position to accommodate t …

Byronica Banks, WC ’15

Byronica Banks, WC ’15, was named Ms. Wheelchair South Carolina 2016 in April.

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