Joseph Choate - 1999
James Killpack - 1999
Crystal Rosenthal - 1999
Daniel Thiem - 1999
Katie Jenkins - 1999
Jason Gallo - 1998
Ambrose Criste - 1998
After receiving theology degrees from the University of St. Thomas Aquinas and Pontifical Gregorian University, both in Rome, Fr. Ambrose now serves as Novice Master and Junior Master at St. Michael's Abbey in Silverado, CA.
Benjamin Day - 1998
Ben works as a Brokers Associate for Shields Real Estate in Colorado Springs.
Douglas Casson - 1995
Scott Craig - 1995
Since graduation, Scott has worked in the computer software industry and is currently employed as Director of R&D Projects and Operations for Perceptive Software, Inc. in Shawnee, KS.
Betsey Russell Reed - 1995
Betsey is currently a stay-at-home mom in Plano, TX, completing a Teaching Certification Program and hoping to be employed for the 2008-2009 school year.
Sean Hanretta - 1994
John Langhus - 1994
John is a lawyer, having received his JD from New York University. He works as the Commercial Director for Forest Exploration International.
Jill Sprafke - 1994
Jill completed her M.Ed. from Regis University in 2009 and is working as an Early Childhood Special Education teacher in Brighton, CO.
Michael Drennan - 1993
Michael is a tax preparer and stay-at-home dad.
Josh Holo - 1993
Jeff Rydberg-Cox - 1992
Jeff earned his PhD from the Committee on the Ancient Mediterranean World at the University of Chicago and is now Professor of English, Director of Classical and Ancient Studies Program, and Director of the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Program at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Jeff also did Post-Doctoral Research with the Perseus Digital Library and continues to collaborate with them. He has published extensively on Greek Rhetoric and the computational analysis of Classical Greek Literature and his work can be found online at daedalus.umkc.edu.
Peter Padilla - 1992
After graduating, Peter worked in the State Legislature for two years, followed by two more years working in higher education non-profit administration. Since then, he has been employed in the telecommunications industry. He is currently working toward a master's degree in Computer Information Technology at Regis University, and working as the Director of Network Testing for Level 3 Communications in Broomfield, CO. He also sings in a chamber chorus, "Sine Nomine." In his own words: "I have a great time explaining to high school students on graduation (I am part of a mentoring program) that a classics degree is as 'relevant' as anything else out there, and that it has permitted me to flexible and adaptive in the work force."
Chad Wright - 1992
Chad earned his JD at the University of Montana Law School in 1996, and now has a private law practice in Helena, MT.
James Broderick-King - 1991
Christina Clarkson Craiutu - 1991
Christina received her MA from the University of North Carolina in 1997 and is currently studying at home in the Indiana University Modern Greek Studies Program, while considering doctoral programs in Greek.
Carolyn Schwartz Carroll - 1990
After working for many years in the marketing/PR arena for symphony orchestras in a number of major cities, Carolyn now works as a Registered Nurse in a Colorado Springs hospital ICU. She lives a very active life as a flamenco dancer, white water rafter, and scuba diver! She also admits to being a closet archaeologist.
Naomi Cohen Ivker - 1990
Catherine Sanford Zimmermann Magruder - 1990
John Henry Beyer, 1990
Program Director for American Mountain Guides Association in Boulder, CO.
Scott Reynolds - 1990
Scott is the Group Sales Manager for Real Salt Lake in Utah.
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