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Spotlight on Alumnae Series

December 7, 2016

Juliet Carnoy ’13 Blogs About Brand Marketing on Huffington Post

Scripps College alumna Juliet Carnoy '13 writes about digital media and brand marketing for Huffington Post from her position as senior marketing manager at San Francisco-based Pixlee, a visual marketing platform that helps brands market and sell with real customer photos and videos.

December 5, 2016

Kate Fehlhaber ’09 Honored by Society for Neuroscience

Scripps College alumna Kate Fehlhaber ’09 and her team of fellow graduate students and postdoctoral scholars at UCLA won the Society for Neuroscience ‘Next Generation Award 2016‘ at the organization’s annual meeting in San Diego. The students, who specialize in various areas of neuroscience, founded the neuroscience education website, Knowing Neurons, which explains complicated ideas […]

November 29, 2016

Natalie Miller ’06 Is Founder of Apply101 College Search Website

  Natalie Miller ’06 is featured in an Oregonlive.com article about her company, Apply101, a website that makes it easy for students, parents, and high school guidance counselors to manage everything their student has to do to apply to and pay for college. Miller served as an admission counselor at Scripps after graduating from the […]

November 29, 2016

Christina McPhee ’76 Shares Her Art With Students, Community

Scripps alumna Christina McPhee ’76, media artist and painter, received an enthusiastic response from students, faculty, and the community of Norwalk, Calif., for her solo show at Cerritos College Art Gallery. Her exhibition ran from Sept. 8 to Nov. 12 and included works from her Double Blind Studies and Second Sight series of drawings and […]

November 29, 2016

Clever Scripps College Alumnae Make Election Products

Scripps College alumnae are putting their creative talents to good use after the contentious 2016 Presidential Election. Katy Lind ’06 is selling an election-themed soap product for “folks who want to clean off the campaign” via her nastysoap.com website. Although a recent Detroit-area news story about the product claims the soap venture “didn’t pay off” […]

November 11, 2016

Elizabeth Payne LaBau ’03 Featured in Washington Post

Elizabeth Payne LaBau ’03, a dessert blogger, is featured in a Washington Post article about entrepreneurs whose online businesses are considered influencers through the power of social media and are growing a “mini-economy” as a viable marketing model.

November 11, 2016

Stephanie Park ’13 Awarded Prestigious Capital Fellows Internship with California Senate

  Stephanie Park ’13 has been awarded a 2016–2017 California Senate Fellowship, one of four fellowships administered by the Capital Fellows Program. Majoring in the humanities: interdisciplinary studies in culture and minoring in ethnomusicology, Park graduated summa cum laude from Scripps College and was subsequently awarded a Fulbright Scholar teaching assistantship in South Korea. She […]

November 3, 2016

Alexa Allen ’98 is Noted Designer, Artist, and Craftswoman

Alexa Allen ’98 is a craftswoman who creates eco-friendly furniture for children, designer handbags, and high-end metal art for collectors. The Scripps College alumna and her beautiful designs are featured in alpinemodern.com and tarramade.com. The magazines feature her work crafting pieces for her personal line of leather products, Alexa Allen Designs, and other creative works […]

October 14, 2016

Scripps Alumna Ellie McElvain Featured in L.A. Weekly

Freelance comedy writer and stand-up comic Ellie McElvain ’14, featured in L.A. Weekly, is co-producer at a weekly comedy club where well-known L.A. comics come to test their new material. Now a writer for Awesomeness TV, McElvain attributes the club for honing her early stand-up skills. “I credit it completely for figuring out how to […]

September 29, 2016

Erica Tyron ’92 Keeps College Radio Station KSPC 88.7 FM Running

Erica Tyron '92 shepherds the operations of KSPC 88.7 FM radio station, as well as decades of students who have worked there to learn the business and serve as DJs "spinning" cutting-edge music in the roughly 35-mile radius where the station is heard. As Director of College Radio at the station, Tyron's leadership and passion for her work and the radio station's role in the community is chronicled in a recent article in the Claremont Courier.