Arden Beesley ’06 currently lives in Denmark with her husband, Glenn Anderson. After graduating from George Washington University, Arden worked for the Danish Institute for Study Abroad, planning study tours to major cities of Europe. While working there, Arden was offered a position with the tourism company Tumlare, booking all hotels, transportation, restaurants and guided tours for study groups in 20 different countries.
Arden has her masters in Service Management from the Copenhagen Business School. Traveling is Arden’s passion – exploring the Danish island of Bornholm, camping with Glenn in Denmark, Sweden, Germany and The Netherlands or traveling through Western and Eastern Europe.
Check out Arden’s blog, “Through Arden’s Eyes” https://throughardenseyes.wordpress.com/. She is chronicling their trip backpacking in South East Asia. Arden shares her personal experiences with each destination, travel tips, destination suggestions and photos.
Jackie Ross Perry ’59 won 2nd place at the Waterford Art Red Barn Exhibit in Waterford, Virginia for her painting “Stop to Smell the Flowers”.
Stasia Rogacki ’10 received her diploma, May 2014, from President Obama at the US Military Academy, West Point, New York. She is now serving as platoon leader in the 307th Brigade Support Battalion of the 1st Brigade Combat Team of the 82nd Airborne Division “All American” at Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, North Carolina.
Grace Gennaro ’09 is attending the Physician Assistant Program at Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York. She is earning her Masters of Science and will be licensed to practice as a physician assistant after completing the 2-year program and passing the national certifying exam. Grace graduated from Ursinus College in Collegeville, Pa.