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A Tip of the Crown: ROYAL KUDOS TO QUEENS ALUMNI


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Mary Moore Mason ’58 was recently given a Travel South Ambassador media award by the 12 Southern states for her outstanding role in writing about and promoting overseas tourism to the region.


Martha Autry Overaker ’09 married Jeremy Overaker on September 14, 2019, at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte.


health counselor, and Danielle is still teaching music lessons and doing music therapy in the Charlotte area. Life is good!


Brandon Harris has completed coursework and is now working to complete his exams and dissertation to earn a PhD at the University of Oregon. Brandon is also engaged to the love of his life, Hope Dutton.


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Te class expresses sympathy to Mollie Farrell and Graham Devitt ’20 on the death of their grandmother, Adelaide Foil Farrell ’50, who passed away on March 4.


Blair Kitrick recently launched a nonprofit called JayTalking. She is working toward bridging the communication gap between police officers and young adults. JayTalking


Meredith MacLeod Jaulin ’11 and Alexander Jaulin welcomed their second son, Kennedy Duke Jaulin, on September 10 in Nashville, Tennessee.


Steve Goodson is defending his PhD in biochemistry and molecular biology at Clemson University. His work focuses on mechanisms of DNA repair associated with human cancer.


Stephanie Supcoe Hoyer did a cross-country road trip and moved to San Diego, California! She now has her EMT license and is working for a great company called Tandem Diabetes Care.


Mary Elizabeth White Lawson ’61 was honored with the Kathleen H. Smith Distinguished Service Award from the Virginia Community College System for her accomplishments as an advancement professional.


Greenville Business Magazine has named Sharon Wilson ’76 as one of the 50 Most Influential People in the region for 2019.


Valerie Elder Pearce ’92 has a a new position as chief deputy district attorney in Greenville, North Carolina.


Kristina Lindemann Seek ’97 recently published a novel, The Hashtag Hunt.


Brian Natwick MBA ’03 was promoted to president and chief operating officer of Crescent Communities.


Dani Chesson, MBA ’12, MS ’16 co-authored an article called “Design Thinker Profile: Capabilities for Driving Change in Healthcare.”


Tommy Clymer MS ’12 was promoted to battalion chief for The City of Charlotte Fire Department.


CaSondra Devine MS ’13 was named one of Mecklenburg Times 50 Most Influential Women.


Laura Lum ’13 started her own business this year in Charlotte called Laura Lum Designs.


Devin Taylor ’16 has moved to Chicago, Illinois, and accepted a position with Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law as Associate Director of Major Gifts.


Stephanie Bunao ’17 was honored by the North Carolina Press Association for the video Brooklyn: How a black community was erased from uptown Charlotte.


Gathering to celebrate Keatin McKenzie’s beautiful fall wedding to Mark McKenzie in October 2019 in Asheville, North Carolina, were (left to right) Jessica Manus, AllisonWeatherford Fiske ’08, Jessica McKenzie, Keatin McKenzie ’09, Marley Nagorsen, Ellie Ramm ’09 and Elisabeth Podair Blum ’09.


Parul Bhambri Galohda MBA ’19 landed a coveted finance internship with Amazon in Seattle.


—Compiled by Laura Beth Ellis MS ’11 and Danielle Phillips ’13, MS ’18 43


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