The following Alumni have shared their story on Stories at The Seattle School. Click on their photo to read their post.
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Read about the recovery of alumnus Steve Ruetschle
(MSN '00, MDiv, '04)
On Thursday, June 17, 2010, Steve was in a severe motorcycle accident while on a multi-state motorcycle trip. Read his amazing and ongoing story of recovery here.
alumni in the news
The following alumni have news to share or have recently been featured in their field for their work. Read on to find out more! If you've been featured in your field, let us know! We'd love to share your story. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Candice Czubernat (MACP, '07) was recently featured in The Advocate as one of "10 Pro-LGBT Christian Women You Should Know." Through her company, The Christian Closet, Candice meets with clients who need a safe space to process how their LGBTQ identity can co-exist with their Christian Faith. You can see the feature on The Advocate's website.
Kayce Hughlett (MACP, '07) has published her first book, As I Lay Pondering. Purchase your copy today or check it out at The Seattle School Library.
Tyson Trudel (MACP '10)
has been featured in a video
for The Center for Wooden Boats
, where he works with under-advantged youth. View the video here
Doug Shirley (MACP, '06) was a featured writer recently on the website for the American Counseling Association Publication, Counseling Today. To read his post, entitled Why Counselors Make Poor Lovers, click here.
Robert Deeble (MACP, '06) and his new album, Heart Like Feathers, were recently featured in Seattle Pacific University's newsletter Image Update. Read the article here and listen to the Heart Like Feathers demo here.
Tim Soerens, (MDiv, '07) was featured online at Christianity Today Magazine for his work with his organization, Parish Collective. Read about it here.
Hilary Augustine (MAC, '07) has office space in Queen Anne that can be rented daily through eVenues and was recently featured in Tech Flash: Seattle's Technology News Source. Read the article here.
Andrew Bauman (MACP, '10) shares about the non-profit he and his wife Christy founded, called "Collective Hope." Read his account of how it came to be here and find out more about what Collective Hope does at http://www.collectivehope.org/.
Joel VandenBrink (MDiv '06) and his brewery, Two Beers Brewing Co., were featured on seattlebeernews.com. You can read about the release of their 12 oz cans here.
Robert Deeble (MACP, '06) was featured on the cover of Pacific Northwest Magazine in the Seattle Times on Sunday, April 24. Click on the title to read the article: Northwest Christians explore faith, art and culture. Robert is a musician and practices therapy at Folktown in Seattle.
Maryjane Wilt (MAC, '05) has published her first book, Grounds for Marriage: A Fresh Starting Point for Couples in Crisis under the pseudonym Jade G. Stone. Read about the book in Maryjane's own words and purchase your copy today! We also have a copy available to peruse in theThe Seattle School library.
Maureen "Mo" Weber (MAC, '07) was recently recognized at her workplace, Russell Investments, with the 2010 Heart and Soul Award for Service to Community. This award is given annually to an associate who emulates commitment, dedication, and support to the lives of others. Read about the award and Mo's work in her community here.
Hillary Augustine (MAC, '07) was featured in Crave: Seattle - the Urban Girl's Guide to All That You Crave. You can find her consulting venture Excel~a highlighted here:
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Sharmayne Arrington (MACP, '06) was featured in the Seattle Times on December 18th, 2010 for her work in Seattle at Atlantic Street Center. Read the article here.