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Lauren Liebhaber ’12
Boston, MA 02127
Next Reunion: 5
, 2017 (
cluster with ’11, ’13)
completed his first year with the
New Jersey Devils as a marketing partnership
coordinator. Ned’s responsibilities include
working with the corporate partnerships team
to acquire new sponsors for the Devils and their
arena, the Prudential Center Newark, as well as
maintaining relationships with current spon-
sors. Ned’s role with the Devils comes as a direct
result of his time spent as an intern with the or-
ganization for two consecutive summers prior
to graduating from St. Lawrence.
is enrolled at West Virginia
University’s College of Law and served as one of
the college’s Public Interest Advocacy Fellows
for the summer of 2013. The Public Interest Ad-
vocacy Group sponsors fellowships which focus
on several areas of public interest, including the
elderly, the poor, children, and victims of domes-
tic violence. Anthony is also a legal clerk for West
Virginia Legal Aid in its Clarksburg office. His re-
sponsibilities include meeting with clients, draft-
ing memoranda, researching existing legal argu-
ments and attending hearings to gain a better
understanding of how the legal system operates.
months on Wall Street as a bond broker. He left
his position there and accepted an internship
under former President Bill Clinton at the Clinton
Global Initiative. There, Tommy worked as the CGI
America operations intern, helping provide ad-
ministrative support and develop operation pro-
cesses for the CGI America team. He completed
his internship and is pursuing work in the field of
vice president of sales and mar-
keting for Ajiri Tea Company, says their newest
product, Ajiri Coffee, is helping to employ and
empower women in Kenya who handcraft each
label out of dried banana bark. One hundred
percent of the profits are used to pay school fees
for orphans in Kenya. For more on this, go to the
Habari Gani column.
is the vice president of the
Fort Edward, N.Y., Rescue Squad. She lives in
nearby Glens Falls.
lives in Burlington,Vt. He is a copy-
and a contributor to the
which features culi-
nary, musical and cultural highlights of Burlington.
also lives in Burlington, and is in
a similar career. She is working full-time at Chel-
sea Green Publishing; interning at Higher Ground,
an entertainment venue in South Burlington; and
freelance writing on the side.
lives on Long Island and
works at Earthbound LLC, in New York City, as an
administrative assistant/office manager.
The first Stemler Civic Engagement Award was
presented at the Moving-Up Day Leadership Ban-
quet in April, in honor of
inaugural winners were Elizabeth Bastien ’15 and
Danielle McBride ’14, two highly engaged stu-
dents who had dedicated over 40 hours of service
to the local community.
is attending the Columbia Univer-
sity School of Journalism to complete his Master
of Science in journalism.
I live in Boston, Mass., and work at the MIT Sloan
School of Management in the Office of External
Relations, as an administrative assistant for the
alumni relations and annual giving teams.
Brittany Moten ’13
Ballwin, MO 63011
Next Reunion: 5
, 2017 (
cluster with ’11, ’12)
Commencement 2013 brought that bittersweet
feeling that any St. Lawrence alumni can relate to.
It was bitter to leave the place we called home for
the past four years and fostered so many life-long
friendships. However, there is something sweet in
knowing that we are all about to enter the next
exciting chapter of our lives. From art to finance,
education to technology, we have dispersed all
over the globe to pursue our passions.
Two classmates have traveled to Asia to make
their mark on the world.
Charles “Alex” Merrell
was accepted into the Woodenfish Project and
will be studying Buddhism on mainland China.
Through this academic-intensive program, he will
gain a thorough knowledge of the diversity of the
In June and July,
and a few fellow
recent graduates traveled to Taiwan with Profes-
sor WannieWang to teach English. Kylie has been
teaching these students over Skype for about a
year and was really excited to interact with them
in person over a three-week summer program.
Not only are our classmates following their
dreams overseas; many who left the St. Lawrence
University nest moved to different parts of the U.S.
was commissioned into the United
States Army as a second lieutenant in the Chemi-
cal Corps. He instructed junior college students at
ROTC summer training in Fort Lewis, Wash. Fol-
lowing this he attended Chemical Basic Officer
Leader Course at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and
will be stationed at Fort Hood, Texas, with the
rd Armored Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division in the
spring of 2014.
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