Tanzania Merriweather ’12, a B.S. in Criminal Justice graduate, was promoted from parole associate to probation and parole agent at the Maryland Parole Commission in Baltimore, Md. after earning her degree.
Regine Choute ’11, a B.S. in Business Administration graduate, was promoted from the executive assistant to the town manager in the town of Bay Harbor Islands, Fla., to assistant to the manager in November.
Paul Satryb ’11, a B.S. in Business Administration graduate and an M.S. in Management student, was recently promoted to quality manager of Hydra-Power Systems, Inc. in Portland, Ore. In this role, he will develop a quality management system for the organization to improve profits and positively affect both the community and the environment. Satryb has worked at Hydra-Power for more than 18 years, where he previously served as a manufacturing manger.
Chris Rey ’07, a B.S. in Business Administration graduate and mayor of Spring Lake, N.C., was profiled in The Fayetteville Observer on March 31. The article details his career history as well as how he is meeting the goals he set for his term: local streets are scheduled to be improved this summer, areas have been cleared of derelict buildings, and Mendoza Park has been renovated. He also plans to partner with nonprofits and public and private businesses to drive community growth.
Ralphfiel Farrar ’08, a B.S. in Business Administration graduate, was honored at the 34th annual Salute to the Greater Cincinnati YMCA Black and Latino Achievers Program in Cincinnati, Ohio, in November. The event recognized professionals who are committed to volunteering, specifically recognizing Farrar for his work as a mentor. He is a senior recruiting specialist at Ethicon Endo-Surgery, a division of Johnson & Johnson.
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