Stories about Marylhurst University Alumni Finding Success
Marylhurst is a premier, not-for-profit, liberal arts and business university. The proof: Marylhurst alumni are hired and promoted into roles that require the kind of critical analysis skills gained only through a liberal arts education. Here is just a sampling of our many Marylhurst success stories!
Marylhurst art alum Josh Gross ’13 will give a talk on Oct. 5, 2017 in conjunction with his Happy Daze art exhibition at Alexander Gallery.
Marylhurst MBA alum Uche Onwuzurike ’16 was hired at Intel as HR Business Partner – Organizational Effectiveness Practitioner, supporting Intel’s Data Center Group, in July 2017.
Marylhurst M.B.A. alum Roe Polczynski ’09 co-authored Changing Your Equation, a book designed to help individuals reimagine and achieve their life goals.
Marylhurst alum Brandy Golston ’05 landed a music teaching position at Boeckmann Creek Primary in the West Linn – Wilsonville School District, starting fall 2017.
Marylhurst art alum Jef Gunn ’05 was profiled by Oregon Arts Watch about his art-making process and philosophy in conjunction with his Sept. 2017 exhibition at Augen Gallery.
Marylhurst M.B.A. alum Tom Fernandez ’11 led the LEED design of Hotel Skyler Syracuse, recently selected as the first in Hilton Hotels’ Tapestry line of upscale, unique hotels.
Marylhurst alum Susanne Smithers ’14 was named senior project manager at JLL, a New York-based firm specializing in real estate and investment management.
Marylhurst alum Jeff Brigger ’09 was promoted to director of business development at NV Energy, an energy services organization in Nevada, in April 2017.
Marylhurst alum Daniel Skach-Mills ’94 will give a reading from his latest book, The Beyond Within: The Downtown Dao of Lan Su Chinese Garden on July 23, 2017.
Marylhurst M.B.A. alum Melissa Fisher ’12 was promoted to Kauai program director for The Nature Conservancy of Hawaii in March 2017.
Marylhurst M.Div. alum Mary Haley ’16 takes on the role of chaplain at Ray Hickey Hospice House in Vancouver, Wash.
Katie Brooks ’16 talks about how her liberal arts degree led to a leadership position in health care, as senior executive director of three Enlivant Senior Living communities in Clark County.
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