Stephanie Vaughan (AS ’83, B ’85) received a doctorate in business administration on September 14, 2021. (Pictured to the left.)
Kathy Voytko (C ’94) went on as Marian Paroo opposite Hugh Jackman in the Broadway revival of “The Music Man” on December 23, 2021. She found out at noon and practiced the role in rehearsal for the first time just a few hours before the show. At the end of the performance, Hugh Jackman made a speech about the importance of swings and understudies. (Pictured to the right.)
Thomas Potts (AS ’99) is presenting an exhibit of his photography at the South Jefferson public library (Summit Point, West Virginia) which began January 3, 2022. His exhibit, titled “The Wild, Wild West,” is a result of his travels in the western United States.
Jonathan A. Noyalas (AS ’01) published an article for “HistoryNet” titled “How Union General Robert H. Milroy Spent His Life Trying to Redeem His Reputation.” (Pictured to the left.)
Kelani Bailey Lawrence (B ’16) won the silver medal at the International Racquetball Federation World Championships.
Micah Hilton (HP ’17) opened a new clinic for NW Sports Physical Therapy in Tacoma, Washington. The clinic offers in-clinic and telehealth options for outpatient orthopedic physical therapy.
Rebecca Coryell Agbayani (HP ’19) began her new position as physician assistant for Valley Health on January 3, 2022.
James Arnett (P ’20) was hired as a consumer safety officer for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. He began his new position on May 5, 2021.
Reilly Lincavicks (C ’20) was awarded an internship at Washington Performing Arts.
Jennifer Gordon (C ’21) recently completed an administrative internship with the Empowered Musician in Arlington, Massachusetts.
Brody Grant (C ’21) was featured as the lead in an industry staged reading of “Empire Records: The Musical,” a new musical based on the film “Empire Records.” (Pictured to the right.)
Colby Gustafson (C ’21) was hired at Infrasonic Sonic Sound in Nashville,Tennessee, as Piper Payne’s mastering assistant and a quality control engineer for the studio. (Pictured to the left.)
Angelique Olson (C ’21) was recently hired full-time in the special events department at Wolftrap Center for the Performing Arts in Vienna, Virginia.
Ashley Rivette (C ’21) joined DanceWorks Chicago for its 15th season. (Pictured to the right.)
Susan Humphreys Beery (B ’87) died December 16, 2021. She graduated from James Wood High School and Shenandoah University with a bachelor’s degree in business. She was an associate for Legal Shield. In her spare time, she enjoyed gardening, canning, baking and cooking.
Dawn M. Martincheck (HP ’04, B ’04, HP ’08) died December 25, 2021. Dawn met her husband George P. Martincheck when they were both volunteer firefighters with The Shawnee Volunteer Fire Department in Winchester, Virginia. They married March 15, 2002. Dawn had a zest for life and filled it with many activities. She had been an adjunct professor of nursing at Shenandoah University and a member of St. Leo’s Catholic Church. She loved horses and volunteered for Gentle Giants horse rescue, Severn Horse Rescue and the Peacemakers National Gun Range. In her spare time she also enjoyed crocheting, the beach, and long-range shooting.
Olivia Peters (HP ’18) died December 23, 2021, as a result of injuries sustained in a car accident. Liv recently started her own occupational therapy practices in Las Vegas, Nevada, and Manhattan, New York. She loved to travel for adventure and mission work and carried that compassion and empathy into her budding practice, Seeds for Success. While ferociously competitive, Liv brought a spirit of fun, commitment and encouragement to everything she did. She is survived by her parents Kathleen O’Rourke Peters and Jeffrey C. Peters, her sister Caroline Peters and brother Owen Peters. The Peters family has created the Olivia S. Peters Pediatric Therapy Foundation in her honor and memory. Donations may be made to: