Tilbury House has published Alec Aspinwall’s ’91 children’s book, I’ll Be the Water. The book was written to support children experiencing the loss of a loved one.

Helaine Ciporen ’92 graduated with a dual degree from Bank Street College, and she has now come full circle by coming back to teach. She is “happy to be teaching The Health Care System this semester, bringing 25 years of experience at Mount Sinai to the next generation of social workers.”

Julie Ridge ’94 performed her one-woman show, Bipolar & the English Channel in October, 2022, with the United Solo Festival at Studio Theater in New York City. Bipolar & the English Channel is an autobiographical tale about a casual mile-a-day pool lap swimmer who became an English Channel swimmer in nine short months, and how that zigzag journey has paralleled life with bipolar disorder. 

Angela Paoli ’95 was elected president of NASW Vermont.

Dr. Susan Schmidt ’95 was promoted to associate professor of social work and field director at Luther College. Her most recent article is “Child Maltreatment & Child Migration: Abuse Disclosures by Central American and Mexican Unaccompanied Migrant Children,” in the Journal on Migration & Human Security.

J’Ingrid Mathis ’97 is now executive officer and associate director for management for the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS). 

Danyale Sturdivant ’97 founded Living Autism Out Loud, LLC, in 2022. 

Magnus Mfoafo-M’Carthy ’98 was promoted to full professor at Wilfrid Laurier University in Ontario, Canada.