Molly Malone '16
Crazy to think I graduated from Nerinx four years ago, exactly 30 years apart from my mom (Kimberly Osterman Malone '86). And now, I will be starting this June as a registered nurse at Saint Louis Children's Hospital on the pulmonary unit. The exact place where my mom took her first job and is celebrating her 30th year of employment. This has been a dream of mine since entering the halls and I can't help but feel reminiscent and thankful for all the friends and teachers who helped me get to the place where I am today!
Sarah Connolly '15
After graduating Summa Cum Laude from Truman State University with a degree in Biological Sciences, I am pursuing a PhD in Cellular and Molecular Biology at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. Currently, I am using cryo electron microscopy (cryoEM) to study bacterial toxins.
Vivian Hulsey '15
After graduating from Smith College, with a dual degree in Government & Comparative Politics and German Studies, I became a Loretto Volunteer in Washington D.C. Currently, I am working as a campaigns and organizing associate for Faith in Public Life, a national multi-faith advocacy organization focusing on the 2020 Census. Recently, I was accepted as Fulbright Scholar and I will be heading to Germany in January to teach English and American studies.
Chloe Millikan '14
After completing my first year of law school at UMKC, I am currently working as a Legal Intern at Evans & Dixon, LLC for the summer.
Rachel D'Souza-Siebert '00
Founder and Principal of Gladiator Consulting LLC, Rachel was named one of St. Louis Business Journal's Diverse Business Leaders 2020. These awards are given to company and non-profit leaders who promote diversity around race, sexual orientation and disability.
Christie Schweiss '87
Learn about how Christie is helping out local St. Louis restaurants during the pandemic.
Sandy Wirtel '85
Sandy has made a tremendous mark on the Kansas City legal community as one of the most important legal advocates in children and family law. Learn more about her career and accomplishments in this article from University of Missouri–Kansas City Law.
Holly Krummenacher Iglesias '67
Holly will be singing with Eric Whitacre's Virtual Choir and is asking others who like to sing to join in. The choir began with a simple question: is it possible to make beautiful music together, no matter how far apart we are? After many projects featuring over 20,000 singers from 124 different countries, the answer is a resounding yes. The new piece, for the sixth Virtual Choir performance, is "Sing Gently." Those who wish to participate are encouraged to check out how to do so soon (rehearsals begin in mid-May). Let's join our Nerinx voices with others around the world!