Wednesday Night Live: Alumni Panel

November 12, 2014 - 7:00pm
RCAH Theater
362 Bogue Street
East Lansing, MI 48824
United States

At 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 12, RCAH students, alumni, faculty, and staff are invited to attend the RCAH Alumni Panel, the third event in the 2014-15 Wednesday Night Live series.

About the RCAH Alumni Panel: 

From Snyder-Phillips to communities far and wide, RCAH alumni share how their commitment to the arts, humanities, and civic engagement has grown into fulfilling careers. Join us in welcoming the following recent graduates:

Emanuele Berry

Emanuele covers race, diversity and culture for St. Louis radio as a reporting fellow. Her first job in public radio was at WKAR in East Lansing. While in school Emanuele interned at National Public Radio, where she worked at the Arts and Information Desk. She's also an Impact 89FM alum. Her work has been recognized by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters, the Society of Professional Journalists, the Radio Television Digital News Association and the Hearst Journalism Awards Program.

Beyond radio Emanuele is an avid consumer of documentary  and Bollywood films. She very (very, very) slowly learning Mandarin and hopes to work as a foreign corespondent in Asia someday. She believes Kanye West is the modern Jay Gatsby ( ask at your own risk).

Hannah Ettema

Based out of Missoula, Montana, and originally from Michigan, Hannah Ettema works as a Communications and Development Associate for the National Forest Foundation. At the NFF she manages their website, social media, email distribution as well as the annual fundraiser. With a growing emphasis on social within the organization, Hannah focuses on education and awareness for National Forests and the work of the NFF. When not perusing social, she enjoys crafting sarcastic remarks, experiencing time travel through reading and generally escaping the world in the woods.

Molly McLean

Molly is our most recent graduate on the panel. After graduating in Spring 2014, she moved to Detroit to join City Year Detroit where she works with students in the Detroit schools to help them get to graduation. After her term with City Year, she plans to attend graduate school or explore other opportunities to be part of an educational environment.

Emily Nott

Emily Nott is a 2013 graduate of RCAH along with a BFA in Art Education. Currently, she is a program coordinator for After School Matters, a non-profit organization that offers Chicago high school teens innovative out-of-school activities through Science, Sports, Tech, Words, and the nationally recognized Gallery programs.

Alexis Ringman

Alexis Ringman is a Project Administrator on the Model Approaches to Legal Services project at Elder Law of Michigan.  She joined the Elder Law as an AmeriCorps Vista member in 2012, serving as the Volunteer and Staff Development Coordinator and became a full time staff member in December of 2013.

Alexis is a 2012 graduate of RCAH, with earned specializations in Environmental Economics and Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems.

Prior to joining the Elder Law team, Alexis served as an AmeriCorps State Member at Mid-Michigan Environmental Action Council where she coordinated outreach, volunteers, and programs including the Lansing Walkability Audit, Smart Commute, and educational trainings.

In addition to working on the Model Approaches to Legal Services project, Alexis assists with enhancing and supporting  volunteer efforts, and coordinates Elder Law of Michigan's Senior Advisory Council and estate planning clinics.

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