Category: life after witt

March 30, 2021
Life After Witt

Jennifer Carter ’94

English major Jennifer Brown Carter, Wittenberg class of 1994, thought she’d be a journalist, but notions of being a teacher nagged at her daily.

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March 17, 2021
Life After Witt

Breaking Barriers

Sarah Fetters ’08 promotes ground-breaking performer while breaking new ground herself as the lead media contact for Vanderbilt football.

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March 16, 2021
Life After Witt

Kenzie Hill ’20

On the heels of Greek rush at Wittenberg, Kenzie Hill, Wittenberg class of 2020, exemplified how being part of a sorority benefits college students. Hill was recently presented with the national Dorothy Pierpont Shaw Leadership Award, the highest individual honor available to collegiate members of Alpha Delta Pi.

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March 8, 2021
Life After Witt

Damu McCoy ’94

Wittenberg will welcome Damu McCoy, class of 1994, as the keynote speaker for the next Tiger Time Break Day, March 10, focusing on helping students re-charge, re-fuel, and ignite their future.

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March 5, 2021
Life After Witt

Krissy Brown ‘13

Originally from Strongsville, Ohio, Krissy Brown, Wittenberg University class of 2013, became involved in theatre at the age of four, landing a role as an orphan in a local production of Annie. Since then, her tenacity, work ethic, and dedication to teaching others the craft she loves has earned her two distinguished recognitions: the international Freddie G. Fellowship Award and Arts Educator of the Decade.

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