The spring/summer 2019 issue of Crossroads, in mailboxes this week, celebrates the impact and experiences of alumni in and around Philadelphia.
The collective theme is “In A Right Place,” acknowledging that there are many right places that we can find ourselves in.
View individual articles by clicking on the links below:
- President Susan Schultz Huxman writes in “Beauty, Brokenness and Love” that our collected stories are “an anthem” to EMU’s mission, bringing “preparation and opportunity, deep gladness and deep hunger together in remarkable ways.”
- Heidi Hochstetler ’03 and Scott Eldredge ’82 are two administrators making a big difference in Philadelphia’s new child welfare reforms.
- Crosscultural experiences brought Timothy and Cheryl Heatwole Shenk ’07 to teach and raise their family in Camden, New Jersey. Read a Q & A about their life.
- Sally Derstine ’82 helps family businesses flourish.
- Duval Denlinger ’91 and his “righthand man” Zach Grasse ’15 manage sustainable resources at Heacock Lumber.
- John Neiswander ’05 helps parents and children in health crises at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
- Influenced by her time at WCSC and mentored by Nelson Good ’68, attorney Amy Rosenberger ’85 practices law and takes joy in a well-crafted argument.
- Roberto Wingfield ’15 has gathered varied experience in the psychology field, including his current research position with the internationally renowned Moss Rehab Research Institute.
- See our alumni working in ministry in the region.