Two Dozen Campus Women Added to 'Awesome' Roster

Published 04.06.2014

Student News
Faculty & Staff

Nineteen Penn College students and five employees were added to the list of Awesome Women Exemplars during a recent annual reception, sponsored by the Student Activities Office and held in the Mountain Laurel Room of the Thompson Professional Development Center. The latest group, nominated from the campus community, brings to 294 the number of inspiring inductees since 2006. and held in the Mountain Laurel Room of the Thompson Professional Development Center, the event included remarks by Kimberly R. Cassel, director of student activities, and a keynote speech by Carolyn R. Strickland, assistant vice president for academic services - both inducted at a similar event in 2008.

Some of the night's AWE honorees celebrate with a commemorative photo.The list of 2014′s Awesome Women Exemplars:

Brooke M. Biichle, student, pre-nursing
Samantha-Jo M. Bradley, student, baking and pastry arts
Julie H. Carr, student, nursing
Patty A. Carr, first-shift custodian, General Services
Lauren J. Crouse, student, applied human services
Brittany L. Delmo, student, plastics and polymer engineering technology
Alicia L. Dettinger, student, physician assistant
Linda R. Dieffenbach, part-time faculty, nursing/practical nursing
Jessica J. Eisely, student, applied human services
Kimberly S. Filko, student, graphic design
Eileen N. Harrington, student, hospitality management
Shavon K. Johnson, student, early childhood education
Kyani L. Lawrence, student, pre-nursing
Betty J. Lentz, financial aid assistant
Madeline A. Lusk, student, physician assistant
Lisa A. Manley, second-shift custodial supervisor, General Services
Brittany M. Ottenmiller, student, early childhood education
Christine Paterson, student, accounting
Brittany M. Reed, student, applied human services
Jill A. Rhoades, student, nursing
Leslie J. Schafferman, student, pre-physician assistant
Renee Smith, student, industrial and human factors design
April M. Tucker, student, applied human services
Jane L. Williams, part-time dining services worker

Photo provided by the Student Activities Office