Kyla Dunlavey ’95, ’97M Physical Therapy I am in my 14th year as a physical therapist. For more than seven years, I have been working at Walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC) as a staff PT with more than six years in the outpatient amputee physical therapy service.
Dennis J. Donohue ’80M Religious Education I began my business career in Silicon Valley with Atari, at the time the fastest-growing company in the world. I also worked in sales for Microsoft and Verbatim before returning to my hometown of Salinas, Calif., in the late 1980s. In agribusiness since 1988, I worked for River Ranch, […]
Mary Anne Albaugh, M.D. ’82 & Dennis P. Borczon, M.D. ’82 Health Sciences I (Mary Anne) completed my residency and fellowship training at Hahnemann University in Philadelphia in general psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry, respectively, and am board certified in both.
Stacy J. Dobbs-Camino ’05M, ’06C Education My Gannon experience began when my sister, Jennifer Dobbs ’03, recommended that I complete my master’s degree at the University. It turned out to be one of the best pieces of advice I have ever taken. Gannon worked with my busy life, and I found that it complemented both […]
Jacinto W. Beard, D.D.S. ’86 Biology An Erie native, I am now a general practice dentist and the owner of two offices in the Columbus, Ohio community. I received my D.D.S. degree from The Ohio State University in 1990; I went on to serve as the dental director of Primary Health Care in Erie and […]
Maj. Vincent B. Myers ’00, ’00C Nursing There is absolutely no better job than caring for America’s warriors (both current soldiers and retirees) and their families, and the leadership opportunities, cultural growth opportunities and the variety of clinical experience as an Army nurse are unmatched. So far, I have moved eight times in 11 years, […]
Elaine A. Martyn ’98 Communication English I have always been driven— even during my time at Gannon, I double majored in English literature and communications and medical studies (with a dual minor in biology and chemistry) and served as editor of Totem, the University’s literary magazine, for three years. I earned a master’s degree in […]
Daniel A. Daube ’84 Communication Arts My career all started at a 3,000-watt radio station in Erie (Gannon’s WERG-FM)—an experience that paved the way from unpaid internships and low-paid production jobs to high-end video editing and compositing. Gannon taught me that learning on your own, asking questions and taking a few risks creates opportunities to […]
Cheryl A. Baldwin ’98 Social Work Gannon helped me launch my second career. After 21 years in nursing, I decided to pursue a career in social work—and Gannon was clearly the place to achieve that goal. The program featured excellent professors and offered internship opportunities that have enhanced my career: since graduation, I have earned […]
Rev. Leo J. Gallina ’66 Philosophy I have always associated Gannon with service, and as pastor of St. Bernard Catholic Church in Bradford, Pa. I try to live that out every day. I was ordained in Erie on May 27, 1965, and am about to enjoy retirement.