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    • 06/26/2019

      Aaron Duff, who completed the graduate school’s Continuing Administrator License program in 2018, is now superintendent of Oregon’s Milton-Freewater Unified School District.

    • 07/03/2019

      Josh Mink MEd ’11 is the new athletic director for Ontario (Oregon) High School.

    • 07/06/2019

      Michelle Watson MA ’98 is host of the podcast The Dad Whisperer and founder of the Abba Project, an initiative that focuses on strengthening healthy father-daughter relationships. She has also written a book on the subject and is currently writing a second. This past summer, she spoke at the 2019 Men of Steel Conference, which addressed how men can be more engaged and better fathers.

    • 07/07/2019

      Sheila Zachry MAT ’91 is the new academy manager at the Maurice Lucas Foundation, a nonprofit that empowers Portland’s youth with opportunities for positive growth through sport.

    • 07/08/2019

      Steve Calloway MAT ’90 is the mayor of Hillsboro, Oregon. He was first elected to the city council in 2010 and became mayor in 2016. He lives in Hillsboro with his wife, Joan.

    • 07/12/2019

      Stacy Erickson MAT ’98 is the new associate principal at Oregon City High School.

    • Teacher Interrupted: My Journey Through Challenge Toward Courage - One Lesson, One Life, One Student at a Time

      Christy Wilson, who completed the Initial Administrator licensure program at Lewis & Clark in 2010, authors a compendium of her experiences as a teacher in the Portland metro area. In this book, she draws on experiences gained from a career that’s included working at youth camps; teaching kindergarten through eighth grade; and working for 25 years in professional development, student management, and advocacy for high-risk students. Self-published, 2018. 218 pages.

      Posted 02/26/2019
    • 11/21/2018

      Carol Terril-Hanchrow MA ’85, September 15, 2018, age 80. Terril-Hanchrow worked as a family and marriage counselor, therapist, and Hakomi practitioner. Her life took her to a variety of places, including California, Alaska, Oregon, and Arkansas. She also spent time living on the tundra with Native peoples, which gave her insights she would later use in her therapy and counseling work. Survivors include her husband, Jesse; children Erzsi, Stevie, and Tommy; stepchildren Marsha and Eric; and five grandchildren.

    • 07/16/2019

      Terrence Smyth, who completed the grad school’s Continuing Administrator license program in 2006, is the interim principal for Gresham (Oregon) High School. He previously served as principal of Springwater Trail High School.

    • 04/20/2018

      Ron Podmore MAT ’92, an educator and writer in Washington, penned a piece for the Seattle Times titled, “Honor disabilities-rights pioneers by shattering more glass ceilings.” The article draws attention to the growing number of people with disabilities who are overcoming bias and taking jobs in high places as well as the legacy of activism that made it possible.