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MSOL Alumni & Student News - Jan. 2013

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Autumn Moore, a 2012 graduate of MSOL Cohort 75 is employed with the American Red Cross and was promoted to the Manager of Donor Recruitment of the North Central Zone in November 2012. She oversees six donor recruitment representatives and 10 counties in Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia. She is responsible for meeting collection and maintenance of blood supply goals in these counties. Autumn says, "I believe the leadership skills I learned at Geneva played a crucial role in this promotion. Thank you so much for running a great program!"

In 2012, DiOnna King-Wright was hired as Business Manager for The Carnegie Mellon School of Design.  DiOnna graduated in 2003 with Geneva MSOL Cohort 30, and in 2012 earned an MBA degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.  DiOnna says, “I was so blessed to have experienced the MSOL program (with such an awesome mentor)!  I’m glad to see the MSOL program is still doing well.”



 

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Geneva is the first college in the country to offer a five-year B.S. /M.S. degree in cardiovascular science technology through Inova Heart and Vascular Institute in Virginia.

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