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Jennifer Sanchez '16 (pictured) and Anna Cano-Morales M.S.W. ’99 have both found ways to ensure that their communities are represented on stage.
As head of Production Engineering for the Met, Cam Whitehorne ’02 combines technical expertise with innovation, artistry and creativity to bring productions to life.
“One of the greatest things Professor Bill Wilson taught me was to command the stage when you’re on it, says Matt Furtado ’05.
Being multilingual in today’s world opens many doors and brings many more opportunities
RIC alum Chris Farrell remains loyal to the mentor who embraced him and guided his path to a career in politics.
When COVID shut down his indoor gym, Shane Crellin took it outside and then made it mobile.
Co-hosts of “Operation History” (pictured in photo from top down) David Tibbitts, Maria DiScuillo, Derek Larivee and Lauren McDonough
Alicia Ead is a busy professional. Her specialties are twofold: autism education and working with high-risk, crisis-level psychiatric patients.
Though COVID ended Kevin Patrick Martin’s national tour of the Broadway musical “Jersey Boys,” the actor didn’t give up. He returned to Rhode Island and created a business for himself. Martin is seated far left.
Despite the high demand for computer science and cybersecurity degree-holders, both fields remain predominantly white and male in the United States. RIC alum like Naomi Ruiz are changing that.