November 2018 Alumni Update

Rick Eoff (MA ’08) is a physical education teacher and boy’s water polo and swimming coach in Clovis Unified School District.

Jordyn Ryfiak (MA ’18) coaches the Aptos High School girl’s soccer team. She is also an assistant coach for the UC Santa Cruz squad. santacruzsentinel.com/2018/11/01/aptos-names-jordyn-ryflak-new-girls-soccer-coach/

Paula Scofield-Schrock Olson (SPEC ED CD ’04, ’07) retired after 20 years of teaching special education for the Madera County Office of Education and in Chowchilla Elementary School District.

Robin Munoz (MA ’17) published the peer-reviewed journal article “Multidisciplinary Cancer Care Model” in the October 2018 issue of Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing.

Andrew Hart (BA ’18) is an associate professional in global marketing and communication at DXC Technology.

Jennifer (Paul BA ’07) Schroer became executive director for the Davis Chamber of Commerce in November 2018.  bizjournals.com/sacramento/news/2018/11/06/new-davis-chamber-ceo-has-economic-development.html

Laura Harmon (MA ’18) was hired as the University of Minnesota Duluth’s head women’s cross country and track and field head coach in November 2018. wdio.com/sports/college-cross-country-and-track-and-field-umd-hires-new-womens-coach/5134756/

Brian Lawton (BA ’17) has been accepted to Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont. Brian spent a gap year with Somos Hermanos in South America getting medical experience while improving his Spanish.

Mykaela Millard (BA ’17) is a business account executive at Comcast.

John Arriola (BA ’97) is an administrator in the Corcoran Unified School District after teaching in Porterville schools and being selected as Teacher of the Year in 2001. John was also a kidney donor for his sister in 1987.

Jennifer Deibert (BA ’10) was featured as the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU) Young Alumni of the day on November 14, 2018, because of her work in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, where she pursues reconciliation and peace, reaching out to the vulnerable. (Jennifer was featured in the May 2018 issue of Pacific: news.fresno.edu/pacific-magazine/article/jennifer-deibert-ba-10-following-christ-among-enemy)

Kayla (Hamilton BA ’16) Vest teaches third grade in Farmersville Unified School District.