Last year Craig M. Housenick ’98, a lighting director for NBC’s popular singing competition The Voice, won his second Primetime Creative Arts Emmy.
James Jordan ’75, Ph.D., is a GRAMMY-nominated choral conductor whose contributions to the field have earned him international recognition, including an honorary Doctor of Music degree from the University of Aberdeen in Scotland.
Karen Goeringer ’61 Snider has been widely recognized for her commitment to the Harrisburg, Pa., area.
Robert Whitmoyer ’80 recently retired from the Selinsgrove Area School District, where he worked for 36 years as a music teacher and choral director, and then as a dean of students. Living locally gives him plenty of opportunities to serve Susquehanna, though he is driven by something deeper than proximity.
In her professional life, Rachel K. Beatty '06 aspires to address homelessness systematically through public policy. As the interim executive director of the Homeless Planning Council of Delaware, she is a leader in efforts to relieve homelessness in the statena.