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MSOL Alumni & Student News - March 2012

Congratulations to MSOL Cohorts 70 and 71!

We would like to recognize the following MSOL students as having completed all of the requirements of the M.S. in Organizational Leadership. Kudos to:

Cohort 70

Dil Asirvatham

John Boehm

Debi Bucci

Robin Devine

Sheena Donovan

Paul Grossi

Benoit Kihumbu

Anthony Kladitis

Barbara Mahoney

Amy Miller

Janet Noble

Michael Sklencar

Justin Wroblewski

Mentor: Dr. Maureen Vanterpool

Cohort 71

Angie Bastian

Christina DeAngelis

Linda Giles

Theresa McKruit

Melissa Meyers

Lulu Moreno Carao

Lynn Rodden

Noralynn Spiri

Mentor: Dr. Mitchel Nickols


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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