Last summer, sisters and best friends Laura and Kristin launched Fire Stationery, a custom handmade stationery company. Each set includes an envelope lined with patterned paper and a notecard with an embossed stamp.
Every Monday, our Alumni Association highlights a former Heritage student on Facebook to celebrate their achievements since graduation. Listed below are a few of our alumni that have been featured on our Facebook page in the past. To submit your own #AlumniMonday story, contact Derek Todd, Development Manager, at email@example.com.
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Nancy is an acquisitions editor at JourneyForth Books, a Bob Jones University Press division in Greenville, SC. Aside from editing, Nancy has written two historical fiction books (Pelts and Promises and Songbird), Newbery reviews, articles on reading and literacy, and blogs on parenting.
This July, Michelle started a new position leading Operational Excellence for Global Data Centers at Microsoft. She is eager to be part of such an innovative industry leader as Microsoft.
Aside from managing a full-time job at a pet hotel, Lauren is also pursuing a career as a voice actor
Greg has journeyed through various civil service jobs and has ended up at a Dayton area police department, where he has served as a 9-1-1 Dispatcher, a Records Clerk, and now as the Technical Services Supervisor.
Liesel is a workplace empathy consultant and founder of Handle with Care. She primarily coaches companies and leaders to learn how to best support their employees and co-workers who are going through disruptive life events such as divorce, death, or a diagnosis.
Elise Nieshalla is Vice President of the Boone County Council in Indiana. She invites any Heritage students who may be interested in public service to join her at a monthly council meeting.
Paige Haley Drygas has worked in Christian publishing since 1999, having been involved in writing, editing, and managing hundreds of published products. Most recently, Paige was president of Peachtree Publishing Services in Georgia.
Congratulations to Race Williams who was awarded the Wall Street Journal Award for the Anderson University Falls School of Business – the highest award given to a business major.
Congratulations to Jeremy Nutter for winning the "Audience Choice Award" at the IU Film Festival! Jeremy's film, Relentless Service, is a short documentary highlighting the incredible story and testament of Winnie Bulaya, who came to the Indianapolis area as a refugee ten years ago.
Ty Harris was named the 7th overall draft pick for the WNBA and was selected by the Dallas Wings! Check out this article from Indy Star to "take a trip down memory lane and remember what made her one of the most prolific players to don a Heritage Christian uniform."
On her blog, 2019 grad Reagan Cornwell offers her thoughts (and a challenge) in the face of the pandemic.
Michael Morgan was recently promoted to vice president of customer experience at Carmel-based Medallion Partners where he previously served as senior principal.
Congratulations to Matt Hufford, associate professor of ecology, evolution, and organismal biology (EEOB) at Iowa State University.
Matt was recently selected as the recipient of the M. Rhoades Early-Career Award recipient by the Maize Genetics Cooperative.
Congratulations to Tyasha Harris, who was announced as a finalist for the John R. Wooden Award given to the nation's most outstanding women's college basketball player.
Congratulations to Ben Conner who was awarded the 2020 Summit Award at ASCEND, the annual Association for Insurance Leadership meeting!
Jonathan Lawler, owner and executive director of Brandywine Creek Farms, recently met with Mike Rowe, host of Returning the Favor on Facebook Watch, to show him the wonderful impact his farm is having on the Indianapolis area!
Josh recently presented his new comic book series, Monarchs, at Comic Carnival in Indianapolis.
Congratulations to David Day on his retirement from the Marion (Indiana) Police Department!
Since returning to Indy from Honduras, Sarah Arosen is learning to follow God’s lead through her career as a nurse and her heart for missions.