Alumni in the News

Moravian Academy alumni are doing amazing things around the globe. View some of the recent highlights below:
Jacob Wetzel '12 received his first nationally released film credits as Production Designer in “Getting Grace."

Eric Kuhn '89 established FoundersCard, a community of over 25,000 of the world's most successful and influential entrepreneurs, innovators, and business owners, in 2009.

Santo Loquasto ‘62P and former parent Ann Roth (mother of Hannah Green Sorkin ’83) received nominations for the 72nd
 Annual Tony Awards.

Jessica Abo Shainfeld ’99, author of “Unfiltered: How to Be as Happy as You Look on Social Media,” appeared on the Today show to detail how you can look beyond social media to live your best life.

Kenji Ota ’91, executive director of Cushman & Wakefield, was honored during REBNY’s 20th Annual Retail Deal of the Year Awards.

Mike Howard '95 and his wife, Anne, appeared in a segment on CBS This Morning.

Krystle Clark '75, who resides in the Outer Banks of North Carolina with her husband, was featured in a Lehigh Valley Live article about her plan to ride out September 2018's Hurricane Florence.

Best-selling author Maya Rodale '00 is featured in an Entertainment Weekly interview about her newest romance novel.

The 100th birthday celebration of Harriet Seebald MacDonald '43S, who has lived most of a century bridging the gap between the worlds of the hearing and the deaf, was highlighted in The Morning Call

The story of how renowned rock music archivist Denny Somach '70P helped popularize Billy Joel appeared in The Morning Call.

The Morning Call announced Mallory Zondag '12 as a 2019 ArtPop artist. Her piece, "Growth No. 4, was chosen from over 170 entries.

Zachary Cohen '95, a former president of the Lehigh County Bar Association, was highlighted in The Morning Call after becoming the second attorney to announce a bid for the one open seat on the Lehigh County bench..

The Sydney Morning Herald highlighted lawyer and researcher John Fuisz '85 in an article about Russia's political interference campaigns.

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