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Class Notes: 2010s

Tara Lynn Marchok Baratz ’10 (BA chemistry) is a certified anesthetist for Georgia Anesthesiologists P.C. at WellStar Kennestone Hospital. She and her husband Dustin live in Kennesaw.

Sabrina Price ’10 (M.Ed. media) was one of the Floyd County Teacher of the Year finalists this past fall. She teaches English and language arts for all grade levels at Armuchee High School. She is active at Armuchee High as the National Honors Society and yearbook advisor, homecoming chairperson, Relay for Life team captain, and she is regularly seen at extra-curricular activities supporting the students of the high school.

Lacey Adamson Spratt ’10 (BS geology) is a staff geologist at Prater & York, LLC. She and husband Nelson '09 live in Carrollton.

Volita Roshay Almon Biscoe ’11 (M.Ed.) is employed as an instructional coordinator at West Georgia Technical College and lives in Villa Rica.

Michael Edwards ’11 ’13 (BS geography, MURC urban and regional planning), and wife, Erin, announce the birth of their daughter, Rori Thalia. She was born on August 21, 2014. Michael just recently accepted a promotion with The Parking Spot in Los Angeles.

Kyle Newton ’11 (BS political science) was recently welcomed into the Class of 2015 Leadership South Carolina, the state’s oldest and most recognized leadership development program. He is the Coordinator of Communications at Anderson School District Five in Anderson, SC. Members participate in the nine-month program addressing current and critical issues facing South Carolina.

Charles Leon Young ’11 (BSED) is a 6th grade science teacher at Carrollton City Schools. He lives in Carrollton.

Andrew Creig Matthieson ’12 (BBA finance), a financial advisor at Ashford Advisors, was named the Ed Mattingly New Associate of the Year for 2015 during the firm’s annual awards dinner. The award is based on business revenue for advisors two years or less in the industry.

Sydney Lauren Bolding Thomason ’12 (BA) is the founder and CEO of Take Heart for Hope, an anti-trafficking nonprofit organization. She lives in Dalton, Georgia.

Sarah Negris Mamani ’12 (BS sport management) was accepted into the National Sales Center Session XIII in July 2013 and was offered a position as an Account Executive at D.C. United, Major League Soccer. She also started a real estate business, Triple Solution Consulting, with her husband, Alfredo Mamani.

Lindy Oller ’13 (BS mass communications, BA philosophy) is a general assignment reporter for the Opelika-Auburn News in Opelika, Alabama.

Phillip Smith ’14 (BS mass communications) is a news assistant/videographer for Time Warner Cable News and lives in Charlotte, N.C.



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