Paula Gonzalez S.C. ’52 of Cincinnati, a former faculty member and consultant to the Mount’s Environmental Action Group, has been named a 2015 Enquirer Woman of the Year.
Gloria Cordova Ph.D ’61 of Los Alamos, N.M. served as the invited Project Scholar for the recent ALA project exhibit of the "Dust, Drought, and Dreams Gone By" at the Los Alamos (N.M.) Mesa Public Library. This was one of only 25 libraries across the country to host the exhibit. Dr. Cordova was invited because of her research interests in women's stories. The Ken Burns documentary "The Dust Bowl" used the voice of Caroline Henderson letters and articles in the film. Dr. Cordova launched the Project to the public with the research on Caroline Henderson, "Letters From The Dust Bowl."
Jean Taylor Aclin ’84 of Elkton, Fla., and her husband, Keith Aclin, completed a pilgrimage to the Holy Land last summer, traveling through Israel and Jordan.
Joan Sontag ’85 of Moscow, Ohio, is retiring from teaching in May. She taught special education for 30 years for Clermont County Educational Service Center and then for Cincinnati Public Schools.
Michael Rolfes ’92 of Cincinnati has a private investigation and security company that has now expanded to eight states including: Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, West Virginia, Georgia, Michigan, and Texas. His company has grown from 40 employees in August of 2014, to 218 employees, as of February 1, 2015.
Denise Taylor ’94 of Cincinnati and Barb Liphardt are proud to announce the adoption of Bryce and Branton Taylor into their family.
Kathleen Ann Schulte ’95 of Cincinnati continue to be in private practice at Cincinnati Counseling Services Inc. In 2005, she won the NAMI-Hamilton County award for Excellence in Mental Health Therapy. She is most proud that all five children have graduated from college and are caring, responsible adults.
Jody Lampe Raugh ’01 of North Bend, Ohio, and her husband, Donald Raugh, welcomed their daughter Hayden Louise on April 17, 2014.
Jeremy Rosselot-Merritt ’01 of Cincinnati is an adjunct instructor at the University of Cincinnati in the Department of English and Comparative Literature. He is teaching a course in technical and scientific writing this semester. He is also a full-time technical writer in the metal treating industry, which he’s been doing since 2012.
Megan Garrity Mears ’06 of Cincinnati and her husband, Josh Mears, welcomed their first child, Evelyn Francis, on August 4, 2014.
Jamie Cooper Prince ’10 of Cincinnati recently married Keith Prince and is working for P&G in sales capability development.
Neil Kelly ’12 of Cincinnati, received his Master of Public Administration degree with a concentration in Nonprofit Management from Northern Kentucky University in December 2014.