With endless accomplishments under their belts, the class of 2011 continues to strive for more! As the years grow greater in time away from the college, so do the many milestones the classmates are achieving. John Boasi is still employed by the Social Security Administration. He has been appointed as a Key Representative to assist the SSA in his region’s Combined Federal Campaign. Emily Cucchi Raines has been promoted to Senior Marketing & Communications Program Coordinator at the ARDMS, a global nonprofit organization that administers examinations and awards credentials in Sonography. Emily and her husband, Kyle, celebrated their first wedding anniversary this year! Lauren Dods is working as an Administrative Associate II for Mid-Atlantic Center for Emergency Management at Frederick Community College. Juliana Eaton was married last year. Travis Harrant is currently stationed at USARAF Italy – Vicenza. Tiera Hawkes graduated from the University Of Baltimore School Of Law with her J.D. and is currently awaiting her bar results. Dana Martindell was married on August 29 to Gregory Perry in Bay Head, New Jersey. Kayla Murphy Caw was married to Mathew Caw on October 10 in Frederick, Maryland. Nickolas Spicer started a new job at Washington College as the Director of Student Engagement. Yana Schick is enlisted in the U.S Army Reserves. She spent a year in Italy and then ventured off to D.C for graduate school. She holds a Masters in International Relations with a concentration in International Economics and American Foreign Policy from Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. In addition, she completed an internship with the Department of State over the summer and now works full time as a program assistance at the National Foreign Affairs Training Center. Victoria Utoh is working at Seton Hall University as a Senior Assistant Director of Admissions Operations, where she resides in Union, New Jersey. Victoria will be graduating from the University of North Texas with her Masters in Educational Leadership. In 2014, Morgan Wright graduated from the University of Richmond School of Law and passed the bar exam in Virginia. In 2015, she started working at Fastcase, a small legal software company in downtown D.C, as a customer outreach manager and reference attorney. Fastcase produces the most popular mobile app among lawyers, in addition to many other products, and has partnerships with 28 state bar associations to provide small and solo firms with free access to the law. Phillip Yerby has been promoted to account supervisor at Weber Shandwick where he works out of its Baltimore office.