Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Spring 2013 Class Notes - 1992

Andrew F. Corrado (M.B.A.) of East Islip, NY, received the Nassau BOCES Education Partner Award. He is senior vice president at Capital One Bank’s Garden City, NY, office and is vice president for programs for Hofstra’s Alumni Organization...

Jania Stout (B.A.) of Phoenix, MD, received the 2013 401(k) Advisor Leadership Award from the American Society of Pension Professionals & Actuaries (ASPPA)...

Dr. Mark Sciutto (M.A., Ph.D. ’96) of Lansdale, PA, was promoted to professor of psychology at Muhlenberg College...Kelli Wilkins (B.A.) of Woodbridge, NJ, won a Gold Independent Book Publishers Award (IPPY) for her historical romance The Viking’s Witch. The 2013 IPPY announcements were made in May, and Kelli was one of the three Medallion Press authors to win an award. The Viking’s Witch was also chosen as Best Romance E-book. “I’m thrilled to have won Gold in the romance category,” said Kelli. “It’s an honor to receive an award for my writing. The Viking’s Witch is my first romance published with Medallion Press. This full-length historical romance is set in Celtic Scotland. The story centers around a village girl named Odaria who is accused of being a witch. When she conjures up a ship of Norsemen to save her, she falls in love with their leader, Rothgar.” Kelli writes romances in nearly every genre: contemporary, paranormal, historical, gay, and fantasy. “Writing in different genres lets me explore unique characters, settings, and storylines.  When I sit down to write a new romance, I never know where my ideas will take me.”


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