Cookie Harrist ‘13
Finding a National Stage
Marlboro alumna Cookie Harrist recently performed her self-choreographed solo dance piece, titled “Present Present Present,” as part of a national dance gala at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.
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Kristin Anderson ‘95
Thinking About Public Health Globally
“My work at Marlboro sparked a lifelong interest in international health care,” said Kristin. She did her Plan of Concentration on traditional medical systems in Guatemala, and is now a registered nurse working in maternal and newborn care in Nicaragua.
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Amanda DeBisschop ‘10
Bringing the magic of learning back
Like many Marlboro students, Amanda demonstrated a passion for learning. It should be no surprise that she received her master’s degree in Marlboro’s Teaching for Social Justice program, and is now translating that passion for learning into teaching.
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Jenny Darrow, MAT
Making technology an academic affair
Jenny was working at a large university, but she really wanted to get further into higher education and to work with faculty. Now, after receiving her MA in Teaching with Technology, she’s the director of academic technology at Keene State College.
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Larry Cornick, MBA
Film guy goes granola
"I wanted to figure out a way to satisfy our growth as individuals, as a society, without this notion that we have to keep consuming,” said Larry. With Marlboro’s MBA in Managing for Sustainability, he has been able to be the change that he wanted to see.
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Deb Abrahams-Dematte, MDO
Bringing clarity to mission-driven education
Deb has a strong interest in doing work that makes a positive impact on the world. In the MS in Managing Mission-Driven Organizations program, she learned things that were immediately useful in her role as associate director of admissions at a Waldorf school.
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