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SPHHS Alumnus Named President, COO of Healthcare Org.

Manuel “Manny” Berman, SPHHS MS ’75, has been named president and chief operating officer of Tuality Healthcare, a two-hospital healthcare organization serving Hillsboro, Forest Grove, and the western suburbs of the Portland, OR area. Berman was appointed to his new positions by the Tuality Healthcare Board of Directors, effective Nov. 15. He previously served as

Retired General/CCAS Alumnus Visits Joint Base

General James H.B. Peay, III, CCAS MA ’75, recently toured several training sites during the 2013 Leader Development and Assessment Course on June 14th at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington State. Peay is a retired four-star general who is currently the superintendent at the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, VA. At one point during his

2013 Women & Philanthropy Forum Highlights

On May 9th, the Office of Alumni Relations hosted the 5th annual Women & Philanthropy Forum in Washington, DC. The Forum explores the critically important role that women play in enhancing human welfare through their visionary philanthropy. This year’s keynote speaker was Barbara Harman, executive director of the Harman Family Foundation, and president and editor of the Catalogue

Meet the 2013 Alumni Service Award Honorees

Five alumni, who advance the mission of university through volunteer efforts — ensuring the university’s impact on our community and future generations of students — will be honored on Thursday, April 18, at the 52nd Annual Outstanding Alumni Service Awards.  All alumni are invited to attend the event, hosted by the George Washington Alumni Association. Learn

Valentines: Georges Edeline & Charlene Edeline

When Georges Edeline, GWSB BBA ’71, GSEHD MA ’76, and Charlene (Prosser) Edeline, GSEHD MA ’75, joined the International Students Society (ISS) at GW, they didn’t know they’d be together long after graduation. Georges, a native of Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, received his undergraduate degree from GW, where he played  varsity soccer all four years. After he

Alumni Leadership Gathers at Inaugural Ball

Recently, some of GW’s alumni association leadership wined and dined at GW’s Inaugural Ball. Pictured from left: Scott Jackson Dantley, CCAS BS ’92, GWAA Board Member Wendy Kabele Core, ESIA MA ’94 Ilisse Perlmutter, SMHS MD ’84, GWAA Board Member Steve Frenkil, CCAS BA ’74, President-Elect, GWAA Board of Directors Adrienne Rulnick, Associate Vice President for

Daniel Martinage, CCAS BA ’75, ESIA MA ’78

Daniel Martinage, CCAS BA ’75, ESIA MA ’78, has been named the new executive director for The Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA), the world’s oldest and largest membership organization for industrial design. “IDSA is excited to welcome Daniel to the design community,” said George McCain, chairman of IDSA’s board of directors. Martinage is an

Alumnae receive 2012 Women Who Mean Business Award

Two GW alumnae will be honored at the 9th annual Women Who Mean Business award program on Nov. 15 in Washington, DC. The event, presented by the Washington Business Journal and Capital One Bank, recognizes the region’s most influential business women of 2012. Among this year’s recipients are university trustee Deborah Ratner Salzberg, CCAS BA