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MSOL Alumni & Student News - February 2012

New Publicity Coordinator for Veteran TV Network
Crystal Bynum, MSOL Cohort 62

Crystal BynumCornerstone TeleVision has announced the hiring of a new Marketing & Publicity Coordinator, Crystal Bynum. Her role at Cornerstone is to focus on strategic planning and sustainable campaign development. Cornerstone TeleVision began almost 30 years ago when Russ and Norma Bixler built a Christian television station in Pittsburgh, PA. Today, this dynamic network exists as a “Christian media ministry communicating God’s message to the nations.” The network’s programming can be viewed via satellite, Internet, Sky Angel’s new IPTV service, or via webstreaming.

“The Cornerstone TeleVision Network has a tremendous impact on the communities it serves,” said Bynum. “I am pleased to help the station develop long-term marketing goals and expand its footprint.”

Bynum holds a degree in electronic media and broadcast communications and a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Geneva College. She also serves as a board member for Brown Chapel Church and the Pittsburgh Conference Lay Organization (AME).

More Alumni News

Special Olympics Pittsburgh “Polar Plunge”

Pittsburgh Polar Plunge
Paula Eppley-Newman, MSOL Cohort 29 (on left in white shirt)

Paula shares, “Yes folks, you are seeing this right. Last year a bunch of really adventurous people jumped into the Quemahoning Dam in February ... but we were ‘freezin for a reason!’ We did not do this because we love the cold water, but because we are all passionate about Special Olympics Pennsylvania, and Winter Games in particular. Much needed financial support enables Special Olympics Pennsylvania to continue to provide ongoing support for Special Olympic Athletes across the State of Pennsylvania. For more information, or to sign up for future plunge events or the “Too Chicken to Plunge” group, please visit www.plungepa.org.”

MSOL received this information from Paula as part of her efforts to raise awareness for the Polar Plunge, which was held on February 11, 2012. She is an avid supporter of the Special Olympics Pittsburgh. To visit Paula’s plunge page, visit http://blba.us/i.asp?id=490887-336182425-1.

Notes to Alumni

In the near future, you will receive an email from MSOL asking you to become a member of our listserve. The listserve email account will enable us to reach you with time-sensitive news about employment and networking opportunities. We hope you will accept our request by “opting-in” when you receive this email. Thank you!

MSOL Alumni…In Memoriam

The faculty and staff of MSOL send sincere sympathies to the families and friends of the following alumni, who will be deeply missed. Please visit the links provided for further details.

Paul Martin III, MSOL Cohort 07
Richard Wolbert, MSOL Cohort 12

Ernestine Anderson, MSOL Cohort 01
 

 

 

Alumni, the MSOL department wants to hear from you! Please let us know when you relocate or change professions. We will share the information on this page of our Link to Leadership to assist you in your networking efforts. Contact us at msol@geneva.edu. Please provide your cohort number and class year. 


 

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