Kerensa Wing (M.Ed. '95), principal at Collins Hill High School in Suwanee, Ga., has been named the National Association of Secondary School Principals 2020 National Principal of the Year.
Carole Maddux (B.I.S. '91) is the founder and executive director of the Georgia Interfaith Public Policy Center.
Pam Kurkoski (M.Ed. '95) was recently named Lower School Principal at The Howard School in Atlanta. Previously, Kurkoski served as director of the Anne & Jim Kenan Preschool at the Atlanta Speech School.
Anthony Hinnant (M.S. '14) has been named director of sales, engineering and customer service at Cleversiti Systems North America, a leader in comprehensive, high-tech solutions for off-street and on-street smart parking.
Jason M. Adams
MBA, M.H.A. '99
Jason M. Adams (MBA, M.H.A. '99) has been named the new president of Saint Joseph East and chief operating officer of Saint Joseph Hospital in Lexington, Ky.
Sherry Saurini (M.S. '89) has been named vice president of quality assurance at TissueTech, Inc. in Miami. Saurini brings more than 25 years of experience in quality assurance and regulatory affairs to TissueTech. Previously she served as Vice President Quality for CryoLife, Inc.
David Cox (MBA '96) has been named leader of Perspecta's health promoter segment. Cox brings more than two decades of experience in health information technology program management.
John Asante (B.A. '09) recently became the managing producer of Neon Hum Media, a Peabody Award-nominated podcast production company based in Los Angeles. Many of New Hum Media's podcasts have hit No. 1 on the Apple Podcast charts. Previously, Asante was a Senior Producer at Stitcher, one of the leading podcast networks, and he produced "Sold In America," a podcast that won a Gracie Award this year.
John Michael Lee Jr.
John Michael Lee Jr. (M.P.A. 05) recently joined the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) as vice president for development and policy research. In this role, he will lead a new development office to raise funds to expand the board's services and explore new opportunities to support states. He will also lead SREB’s policy analysis office, which researches education topics from pre-kindergarten through postsecondary and the workforce, and direct informational technology.
Boonghee Yoo (Ph.D. '96) has been appointed the RMI Distinguished Professor in Business at the Frank G. Zarb School of Business at Hofstra University.
John Wharton Lowe
John Wharton Lowe (M.A. '74), the Barbara Methvin Distinguished Professor at the University of Georgia, has published two new edited books: "Approaches to Teaching Gaines's The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman and Other Works," and "Summoning Our Saints: The Poetry and Prose of Brenda Marie Osbey."
Dr. James Parker Griffin Jr.
Dr. James Parker Griffin Jr. (Ph.D. '91) recently published his book, "The 25th Demon." A fictional psychological thriller on psychopathic narcissism. Parker specializes in working with African American and other males ages 13-49. He also works with survivors of emotional and physical mistreatment from abusers with narcissistic personality disorder.