Citizen Staff Reports 08/20/2012 Milestones
Col. Donald B. Kaiserman, of Henrico, has been elected as chairman of the Virginia Joint Leadership Council (JLC). The JLC is recognized as the leading Veterans Council advocating for the military community in the Commonwealth and “Speaks with a Single Voice” for the more than 820,000 veterans living in Virginia. Kaiserman had previously served as the JLC legislative chair and as vice chair. Kaiserman is also president of The Council of 18 Chapters of the Military Officers Association of America, serves on the Virginia Board of Veterans Service (being vetted by Gov. McDonnell), the Virginia War Memorial Board of Directors and the Fort Lee Retiree Council.
Citizen Staff Reports 04/02/2012 Milestones
The University of Richmond’s Office of Alumni and Career Services recently appointed 14 members to its 2012 Career Services Advisory Council. In its second year, the council advises the office on the design and implementation of best practices and ethics. Council members also help develop and enhance student and alumni programming for career preparedness and networking. The members are actively engaged in recruiting and hiring for their organizations and represent diverse industries. Council members from the Richmond area are: Pete Bartok, campus recruiting manager at KPMG; Melissa Hough, executive director of the Partnership for Nonprofit Excellence; Connie Mattox, 2002 UR graduate and CEO of Brooks Adams Research; and Tripp Perrin, 1995 graduate and vice president of Lindl Corp.
Citizen Staff Reports 03/26/2012 Milestones
Navy Midshipman Jordan W. Kelmar, son of retired Navy Cmdr. Brian A. and Daphne A. Kelmar, of Glen Allen, recently was commissioned as an ensign after receiving a bachelor of arts degree from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va. Kelmar was selected to attend naval aviator training in Pensacola, Fla. where he will receive extensive instruction on the functions, capabilities and operations of all systems aboard an aircraft. Kelmar is a 2008 graduate of Deep Run High School.
Citizen Staff Reports 03/12/2012 Milestones
Rick Glass, manager of conference development and the University of Richmond’s Jepson Alumni Center, recently was appointed to the board of directors for the Association of Collegiate Conference and Events Directors – International (ACCED-I). A resident of Richmond, Glass has worked at the university since 1997. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia. Founded in 1980, ACCED-I is made up of 1,500 campus professionals who design, market, coordinate and plan conferences and special events on campuses around the world.
Citizen Staff Reports 02/27/2012 Milestones
The following students recently were named to the dean’s list for the fall 2011 semester at University of Mary Washington: Tawany C. Almeida, Jack K. Anderson, Mary K. Hubbard, Christopher A. Moore and Nathalie I. Rieder, of Glen Allen; LeeAnne R. Brooks, of Sandston; John L. White, of Henrico; and Nathan J. Bemis, Hallie E. Gibson, Lara R. Pugh and Amy M. Purello, of Richmond. To be eligible for the dean’s list, students must earn a minimum grade point average of 3.5.
Citizen Staff Reports 02/20/2012 Milestones
Navy Seaman Recruit Kewonn M. Jones, son of Sandra R. Jones, of Richmond, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week program, Kewonn completed a variety of training which included classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, firefighting, water safety and survival, shipboard and aircraft safety and physical fitness. The capstone event of boot camp is "Battle Stations,” an exercise that gives recruits the skills and confidence they need to succeed in the fleet. "Battle Stations" is designed to galvanize the basic warrior attributes of sacrifice, dedication, teamwork and endurance in each recruit through the practical application of basic Navy skills and the core values of Honor, Courage and Commitment. Its distinctly ''Navy'' flavor was designed to take into account what it means to be a Sailor. Kewonn is a 2002 graduate of Highland Springs High School.
Citizen Staff Reports 02/13/12 Milestones
John McAuliff, a sophomore at the University of Richmond, recently was selected as one of 14 college journalists to write a weekly column for USA Today’s college section. The newspaper accepted fewer than three percent of applicants to the program. The Collegiate Correspondent Program lasts from January to May, during which students write a weekly article on the things they—and other college students—care most about. Correspondents are given a high level of editorial authority over their topics and style, with the belief that college students know best what other students want to know about. McAuliff also recently won the 2011 College Blogging Scholarship, a $10,000 prize awarded by CollegeScholarships.org to the best college blog of the year. Winning the scholarship with more than 10,000 votes from readers and supporters, McAuliff took 24 percent of the more than 50,000 votes cast, scraping past the second place blogger by 2 percent in the 15 days of voting. His blog, “Road Trip of Passage,” chronicled the sophomore’s solo summer travels through 35 states and three countries.
Citizen Staff Reports 02/06/2012 Milestones
Elizabeth Levy, a member of the women’s gymnastics team at The College at Brockport in Brockport, N.Y., recently was named female athlete of the week following her performance against West Chester University. Levy finished with an all-around score of 37.350 and scored two second-place finishes at the meet. Prior to the West Chester meet, Levy was ranked third in the nation in the all-around with an average score of 37.325. She is ranked second in the uneven bars with an average of 9.513, fifth on the beam at 9.413 and 13th on the vault at 9.400. Levy is a graduate of Hermitage High School.
Citizen Staff Reports 01/30/2012 Milestones
The Richmond Heart Walk, held Oct. 22, 2011 at the SnagAJob.com Pavilion in Innsbrook, raised a record-breaking $989,000 – exceeding the previous year’s total by $178,000 and exceeding the goal for 2012. The AHA and the volunteer leadership had aimed to raise $925,000 to fund cardiovascular research and educational programs in the area.
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