Club and volunteer for Educators for Amer-
tions department of the University of
Rochester Medical Center. And on May 15,
she started her second graduate degree at
tions of Hampshire Power,
the only Massachusetts-
based electricity supplier.
Under her leadership, the
Hampshire Power team pro-
vides the largest number of
community choice aggregation programs
across the Commonwealth with electricity
supplied to more than 90,000 customers. The
program involves curating energy programs,
solar and renewable energy net metering pro-
grams, and energy efficiency technology.
2016 as a communications and public rela-
tions specialist. Previously, she worked as the
editor of the East Au-
rora Bee newspaper.
classroom in New
York, N.Y. Every
year, the classes
dress up in college
colors for Field
Day. She is pic-
tured here with
some of the scholars in her
classroom showing off their Bonnies pride!
of her private counseling
practice Perkins Wellness
LLC. This comes after a suc-
cessful year of authoring
three books in 2016:
"Counseling in Nature with
chotherapy for Autism Spectrum
Disorder," and "Equine Assisted
Psychotherapy for At-Risk
was also featured in
three chapters of the
book "Group Experts
Share their Favorite
Activities" (Volume 1).
She has also been a
member of the South
Board, serving as treasurer since 2015. Perkins
is a second-year doctoral student at the Uni-
versity of the Cumberlands, where she is con-
ducting research into neuro-psychotherapy
applications for trauma.
per in Sayre, Pa.
2018. After winning the school's student
moot court competition, Teixeira was selected
to represent Wake Forest in the National Moot
Court Competition in 2018.
LLP. She is responsible for
audit fieldwork, audit docu-
mentation and assisting
members of the audit de-
partment serving commercial
entities and exempt organi-
zations. Torella completed
her master's in accounting at
St. Bonaventure in 2014.
cese of Washington, D.C. This follows a
Heights, Brooklyn, at M.S. 584 Granville T.
Woods Middle School.
law firm's new director of
marketing. She will work in
all 11 firm offices. Fyke
brings decades of experi-
ence leading teams in a
Kerri Linsenbigler, '14, '15, (left) and Erin
Collins, '05, '07, each took home platinum
best-of-show awards on behalf of Gelia at
the 28th Annual Excalibur Awards from
the Buffalo Niagara Chapter of the Public
Relations Society of America. The cere-
mony recognizes communications profes-
sionals in the Buffalo region and platinum
honors recognize the highest scoring en-
tries in the campaign and tactic divisions.
Mackin, O.F.M., '60, visited Bagnoregio,
Italy, on May 21. Bagnoregio, the birth-
place of Saint Bonaventure, is known for
its striking position on a plateau of vol-
manager of global consumer insights at
Fisher-Price; an associate at Goodman &
Company, a marketing consulting firm for
Fortune 500 companies in New York City;
senior manager of market research at Rich
Products; and account planning manager at
Answerthink in New York City. She has also
held senior positions in several New York
City advertising agencies, managing client
services and account planning for several
Fortune 500 clients.