Angel Alumnae in the News
Anna Todisco is the founder and creative force behind Threads Todisco, the Charleston-based clothing company centered around the sustainable reinvention of thrifted clothes. Read More>>
Eva Gurian, a member of the William Smith College cross-country team, was named the Liberty League Performer of the Week after finishing sixth out of 100 runners at the ECAC Championship. She finished the 6-kilometer course in 25:13.9. It’s the fourth time this season that Eva has been William Smith’s top finisher. Read More>>
Angel alumna Christine Cummings, former math teacher in Leonia, met up with her student who is now the President of Estonia. “To think that one of your students, who you influenced, became the president of a country – and not only that, but he would credit you with so much of what he did to make his country so IT centric?” Christine said. “I can hardly take it in.” Read More>>
Writing humor is serious business. Just ask Donna Cavanagh, author of the newly published How to Write and Share Humor: Techniques to Tickle Funny Bones and Win Fans. A former journalist and syndicated columnist, Cavanagh gained a national audience when her work landed in the pages of First Magazine, USA Today and other national media.
Luca + Danni, the Rhode Island–based fashion jewelry manufacturer, has appointed Allison Carley president. Allison was previously vice president of sales at Alex and Ani. In her role at Luca + Danni, she will lead sales and guide distribution strategy.
MAM, a world leader in innovating and developing top quality baby care products for nearly 40 years, today announced the appointment of Jennifer Mitchell as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for North Americaeffective January 1, 2016. Mitchell currently holds the position of V.P. of Sales for MAM North America and will succeed current CEO Fritz Hirsch who is retiring.
Michelle Edgar, Founder & Executive Director Music Unites, has been named to the listing of Levo 100 - inspiring Millennials who are transforming the world as we know it. The Transformers category recognizes those who advance civilization and teach inspiration—social activists, career coaches, nonprofit builders, and other amazing minds who enable us to be better.
Stacey Antine and Health Barn Foundation
Partner with St. Joseph's Children's Hospital
Stacey Antine, MS, RDN, founder of HealthBarn USA and director of HealthBarn Foundation, launched this one-of-kind food gifting program in 2014, in collaboration with community partners to assure that all children have access to healthy meals when their nutritional needs are heightened. “We are thrilled to welcome the St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital community into this dynamic partnership of serving others in need. We are committed to supporting families during this stressful time with the gift of food and to make sure that all children in treatment have access to good nutrition through delicious meals made with love,” said Stacey Antine.
Meg Low Nobile
"We're here to a create community space where people can come and learn and have a great experience," said Meg Nobile, a member of the Low family that purchased the former Klinger's Farm in 2011 and now operates Fresh & Fancy. "We want people to be excited about our farm."
Amelia Heller Interns at NYC Startup - Vimbly
Amelia Heller is expanding her horizons this summer as an intern at Vimbly, an activities-based booking platform headquartered in Midtown Manhattan. Heller, a Hispanic studies major, discovered this opportunity through research on Craigslist, and was granted funding through the Summer Internship Support Fund, managed by Hamilton’s Career and Life Outcomes Center.
Jessica Zuck Hilton Teaches Minka Kelly How To Cook
Actress Minka Kelly posted to instagram "I graduated! Thank you so much @jesshiltoncooks for the best 6 months ever." Jessica Zuck Hilton had been her teacher at the New School of Cooking in Culver City, CA.
Nora Neus interviewed on CNN
Nora Neus tells Anderson Cooper that she was on her way to a job interview on Captiol Hill when she found herself steps away from a gyrocopter landing near the Capitol building.
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Louise Fiocchi Gunderson Focuses on Safety First
Today, Gunderson, is approaching wealth management from yet another angle—running a financial-advisory practice at UBS. Her seven-person team manages $700 million for about 200 families. While private banks tend to de-emphasize the advisor-client relationship—the client's ties are more to the institution—Gunderson is copied on every e-mail between her team and her clients. "My friends are my clients, and my clients are my friends," she likes to say.