The following area residents were recently graduated from La Salle University:
Sonia Abraham (Nursing), Matthew Baczkowski (Health Studies), Elizabeth Bukis (Accounting), Juan Buret (Liberal Arts), Bernadette Costello (Social Work), Dorticia Council (Marriage and Family Therapy), Kathleen Dirocco (Nursing), Nicole Doyle (Psychology), Tatyana Dulgiyer (Nursing), Maria Feldman (Marketing), Victoria Fioravanti (Communication Sciences and Disorders), Cecillia Glavin (Nursing), Stephany Gonzalez (Liberal Arts), Herbert Gress (Finance), Susan Hagner (Business Administration), Gillian Hanlan (Nursing), Walter Hernandez (Liberal Arts), Rebecca Hutchinson (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages), Tasnia Islam (Psychology), Mehak Javed (Integrated Science, Business and Technology), Alicia Kiefer (MBA), Walea Kofa-Payne (Nursing), Jennifer Lubicky (Health Studies), Vanessa Madrid (Health Studies), Steven May (Nursing), Tyler Miller (Criminal Justice), Frederick Mitchell (Accounting), Joseph Mockus (Biochemistry), Kathleen Moyer (Communication), Rebecca Nathan (Communication), Frances Nescio (Nursing), Maneth Pan (Accounting), Karen Port (Biology), Lisa Port (Biology), Sabrina Rankine (Criminal Justice), Anthony Rauscher (Nursing), Katherine Robles (Nursing), Arizmendy Rodriguez (Liberal Arts), Christopher Rubeo (Marketing), Joanne Smith (Nursing), Shykeya Thomas (Liberal Arts), Michael Toner (Marketing), Christopher Torres (Accounting), Sharlyne Vazquez (Criminal Justice), Jonelle Wajda (Accounting), Nicole Woodill (Nursing).
Also, Caitlin Bowden (Digit Art and MultiMedia Design), Ryan Cassedy (Biology), Caitlin Dawson (Nursing), Stephen Duzinski (Marketing), Megan Hyland (Psychology), Kathleen Kolesnik (Communications Sciences and Disorders), William Nolen (Finance), Cavan O’Kane (Chemistry), Jennifer Payne (Communications Sciences and Disorders), Melissa Rose (Nursing), Susan Snyder (Nursing).
Also, Jennnifer Braunsar (Nursing), Susan Casillo (Communications Sciences and Disorders), Caroline Chamavonian (MBA), Yaroslav Fisun (Nursing), Amanda Gawel (Finance), Alexandria Kelly (Communication), Katherine Marple (Finance), Claudia Mora (Psychology), Sinu Nair (Nursing), Amanda Tralies (MBA), Rinsu Varghese (Nursing), Omotezi Wilson (Nursing).
Also, Noemi Almonte (Health Studies), Ricardo Calderon (Liberal Arts), Espinos Coronado (Information Technology), Brian De las Nueces (Liberal Arts), Josias Diaz (Accounting), Eugene Dudley (MBA), Griseli Ferreira De Torr (Liberal Arts), Khalice Gaynor (Communication), Jennifer Gonzalez-Cruz (Marketing), Tomea Knight (Human Capital Development), Rebecca Langlais (American Studies), Carlos Loaiza (Nursing), Luis Martinez (Liberal Arts), Sherita McCutcheon (Nursing), Thalia Moise (Education), Queen Muse (Communication), Anthony Nguyen (Information Technology), Anh Pham (Nursing), Anh-Tuan Pham (Accounting), Aziza Robey (Psychology), Leanna Roch (MBA), Diane Rodriguez (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages), Yenny Rodriguez (Social Work), Rosie Viera (MBA).
Also, Nicole Caronia (MBA), Jammall Dawkins (Communication), Lola Dubenko (Theology), Kimberly Gaspero (Nursing), Corrine Hanna (Health Studies), Patrick McGuckin (Nursing), Edward McIntosh (MBA), Meghan McNeil (Health Studies), Alexis Nugent (Nursing), Shawn O’Neill (Accounting), Courtney Phillips (Nursing), Myriam Poindijour (Nursing), Andrew Smyth (MBA), Ashley White (Nursing).
Kayla Capcino, winner of a High School Leadership Award presented by Widener University and NBC10, completed a day-long High School Leadership Workshop offered to 42 students by the Oskin Leadership Institute at Widener. Capcino is a senior at St. Basil Academy. During the workshop, students shared leadership experiences, and learned about leading self, leading others and leading change. ••