R. Niblett ('76) chaired the Innovations in Social Marketing
(ISM) Conference in Baltimore, MD in April, 2007. Mr. Niblett has
been the chairman of the ISM steering committee since 2004 and also
chaired the 2005 conference held in Leesburg, Virginia. The ISM
Conference is an invitation-only conference for senior academics and
practitioners of social marketing, a field of practice that uses
marketing techniques to address behavior change in environment, public
health, and other areas for the benefit of society. He is also
Executive Editor for the Social Marketing Quarterly which is published
Mr. Niblett also recently finished two years as the Chairman of the
annual fundraising drive for St. Mark's Episcopal Church on Capitol
Hill and has concluded his 14th year with AED, a non-profit
organization that addresses human and social development issues in the
areas of environment, public health, democracy, and education in
developing countries around the world and in the U.S. He is the
Senior Vice President and Director for the AED Social Change Group.
Campbell ('91) and
his wife Kimberly
live in Oklahoma City. Keith is the principal of Oklahoma
School, in Edmond, OK, the largest ACSI Christian school in the state.
He is working on his PhD dissertation in British history from the
of Illinois at Chicago. The Campbells have adopted three children.
Brown Ludovico ('93) is Distance Education Librarian at the
University of Richmond. She provides research and information literacy
support for a number of degree completion programs.
Fannin ('94) is an
editor and writer
for Zaner-Bloser Publishers, a division of Highlights for Children. Her
principal duties are writing and editing children's books. She also has
some interesting writing projects for television.
Willis ('96) has answered the call to full time ministry. He
is a member of the Raleigh First Church of the Nazarene and is
currently in the process of becoming ordained as an Elder in the Church
of the Nazarene. His study and interest areas include biblical
archaeology, church history, exegesis, Greek and Hebrew. He
will be pursuing an MDiv degree with a concentration in pastoral
theology from either Northwest Nazarene University or Nazarene
Theological Seminary. Paul has a passion for leading spiritual
formation and assisting Senior Pastor Brian Powell with the growth and
development of the church. He works to provide the church with
Culturally Relevant, Word-Based, Spirit-Led messages that speak
to our missional call to make Christlike Disciplines in the
Patriquin ('99) left a promising position at a major Toronto law
firm in 2004 to
establish Patriquin Law, specializing in entrepreneurial solutions for
small businesses. “I looked around that environment, and I didn't see
anyone else's life that I wanted." Scot’s firm has done phenomenally
well and was profiled in the Toronto Globe and Mail (February 2007).
(Lamb) Reed ('99)
graduated from Boston College Law School in 2002. She practiced
as a corporate attorney for Sulloway & Hollis, PLLC in Concord, New
Hampshire from 2002 until February of 2007. She now practices
corporate and franchise law at the law firm of Kaufmann, Feiner, Yamin,
Gildin & Robbins LLP in Manhattan, New York.
McCabe ('00) has taken a teaching position at Cohasset Middle
School, Cohasset, MA. He had been teaching middle school literature,
history and composition at the American English Academy in Sofia,
Skidmore ('00) will begin a MA program in history at Northeastern
University in the fall of 2007. He was awarded an assistantship.
Lightcap Hendon ('01) just started
working as an attorney at the Georgia Public Defender in Polk County
of Atlanta). She completed her J.D. at William & Mary in May 2004
passed her bar exams in July. At William & Mary she worked as an
Federal Public Defender in
and knew she had found her calling. She is married to Nate Hendon, a
attorney for Kimberly Clark, whom she met at a Christian Legal Society
Bible study. They reside northwest of Atlanta.
Estey ('02) received his J.D. from Suffolk University Law School
in May 2006. The following July, he passed the bar exam and was then
sworn in as an attorney in Massachusetts. In May 2007, he received a
Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Banking and Financial Law from Boston
University School of Law.
Zach Miller ('03)
will begin in MPA studies in
the fall of 2007 at the School of Public Policy and Public
Administration at George Washington University's Columbian College of
Arts and Sciences. Prior to his graduate work, Zack took a
position with Public Citizen (www.citizen.org), a national non-profit
public interest organization. He is working to preserve citizen access
to the courts to redress corporate harm and negligence. He and his wife
Kelly live in Arlington, VA.
('03) "After graduating from ENC, I returned to Clayton, CA where I run
my father's landscaping business. I'm also coaching basketball for a
Christian high school and helping with my church's children's ministry.
I'm the proud parent of two American Staffordshire terriers, Quincy and
Stella, and am about to close on my first house. But the big news is
I am, getting married in March 2005!"
Michele Prevost ('04)
will begin a MLS program in the fall of 2007 at Simmons College.
Kim ('04) is a student at Calvary Bible College &
Jocelyn Darcy ('04)
graduated from Simmons College
in May 2007 with a MS in Library Science. She has accepted the position
of Head of Technical Services at Lancaster Bible College and will have
the chance to coach and be involved with campus ministries. She will be
marrying ENC alum Tyler Abel on September 1st. They plan to live in
Smith Ciras ('04) received her MA in journalism from the Graduate
School of Journalism at Columbia University.
('05) is at Northeastern University School of Law with a three-quarter
tuition Public Interest Scholarship.
('06) is teaching history and grammar to 7th and 8th graders at the
Armenian Sisters Academy in Concord, MA, in fall 2007.
Reid ('06) is at Suffolk University Law School.
Matt Swartzlander ('06) After
graduation Matt lived in Boston for a short time before returning home
to Jackson, Michigan to take a job. Since March ‘08 he has been working
as a District Executive with the Boy Scouts of America, serving over
3,000 youth and 1,300 adult volunteers in a 3 ½ county district
of South Central Michigan.