Kellie Scovil, Class of 2016 – was one of 9 leaders across the entire Guardian Life Insurance enterprise to be selected to participate in the Women Unlimited 2021-2022 program. The LEAD program (Lead, Engage, Achieve, Deliver) is an external development program for high potential female leaders. The program includes on the job assignments such as identifying strategic opportunities and presentation skills; one-on-one mentoring, etc.
Shannon Davis, Class of 2017 – recently had a baby and changed roles from Director of Business Development to Marketing Director for Haddad Auto Group
Kristen van Ginhoven, Class of 2017 – Kamloopa: An Indigenous Matriarch Story is playing live at WAM right now – their first Native production and their first live production in two years! And it will stream from November 1-7.
Nicholas Russo, Class of 2017 – began a new job at Berkshire Regional Planning Commission as their Senior Transportation Planner.
Jeff Roucoulet, Class of 2017 – is supporting the Retired Senior Volunteer Program which just launched a volunteer driving program to bring Berkshire County residents to medical appointments for free. So far they have 25 drivers that have given over 300 rides, driving over 5000 miles.
Viktoria Seavey, Class of 2017 – has begun writing for the Otis Observer.
Eammon Coughlin, Class of 2021 – began a new job with the Town of Adams as the Community Development Director. Eammon previously worked at Berkshire Regional Planning Commission.
Kayla Brown-Wood, Class of 2021 – was recently promoted to Director of Employment Services at BFAIR after serving three years as Assistant Director.
Recently married? Growing family? Got promoted or changed careers? Accomplished something great? Submit your updates for the class notes section of our next BLP Alumni Newsletter! Please send your update with your name and BLP class year to email@example.com.