Becky (Olsen ’91) Aylor and husband “Dude” are in the process of opening up a Montessori school in Bend, Oregon.
CynDee (Bloemendaal ’92) Ward received her Ph.D. from California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) in 2000, writing her dissertation on ADHD. CynDee is now at New York State University at Stonybrook working on a post doc in the autism program.
Jeanette Beland ’89 has been promoted to Research Assistant at PriceWaterhouseCoopers in the International Transfer Pricing Department. Jeanette is also developing curriculum to accompany a documentary film of New Light Media entitled “Journey to a Hate Free Millenium.”
Brock Shinen ’94 is Director of Publishing/Contracts with Sovereign Productions. He is in the final semester of law school and will take the bar in February. Brock recently had a song he wrote licensed and sung by John Tesh on his latest CD (“Pure Hymns”).
Brianna Cox ’00 has been accepted into the M.A. in Clinical Psychology program at Pepperdine University!
Stacey Aoto-(’93) Sullivan (and husband Paul) anticipates a 2000 graduation from Rosemead School of Psychology with a Psy.D.!
Skyler (Johnson) Kayser ’99, with husband Paul, worked this past year teaching English and working with church youth at Rayong Christian Church in Rayong, Thailand.
Cathy Bradley ’99 has been working as Customer Service Administrator for Trimark Pacific Homes in Aliso Viejo, CA.
Susan (Bailey ’96) Busch is living in Novato, CA and is a child care worker at St. Vincents School for Boys. Susan and David Busch were married on May 1st, 1999. Susan shares that “God is doing incredible things in our lives and in the life of our church!”
Ross Andel ’97 has been accepted into the Ph.D. program in the School of Gerontology at USC (and has been awarded a Haynes Fellowship that provides a significant stipend on top of tuition and fees)! In addition, Ross’ article entitled, “The Application of the Variability of Practice Hypothesis in Alzheimer’s Patients” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Clinical Geropsychology. Congratulations, Ross!