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Gracie Kreth ‘16 joined the Episcopal Development Office this past summer as a freelance writer. In this position, Gracie utilized a combination of her journalism and writing background to contribute to our new web page “Alumni in Action,” which features a snapshot of our Episcopal Collegiate School graduates. This part of her job included connecting with alumni to interview them about life at Episcopal and beyond.
Amelia Ray ‘09 describes her paintings as, “Fun, free, and happy.” An avid art student while at Episcopal, she put her passion on hold while earning a degree in Nursing from University of Arkansas in Fayetteville in 2013 and then a Masters Degree from University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in 2018. She is currently a Nurse Practitioner for Neurosciences and Orthopaedic Surgery at UAMS.
Luke Jackson '20 was awarded one of two Rotary District 6150 Scholarships to live and attend school in a foreign country. He will be going to Switzerland in August 2020.
Sarah Ware '20 was selected to receive the 2020 Stephens Award for Outstanding High School Seniors in April 2020.
Celia Kreth '19 won the Cum Laude Society's District Paper award for District 7. The regional award names the best paper from the large region encompassing Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Stephanie Maxwell ‘05 visited the Upper School’s Writing Center on Jan. 23, 2020 to speak to aspiring writers and publication students about the steps in her career that led to her becoming the Editor of At Home In Arkansas
Cori Gooseberry '15 and Allie Freeman '16 were award recipients at the annual Little Rock Touchdown Club Awards Banquet on Jan. 9, 2020. Cory was awarded the Willie Roaf Award for Outstanding Lineman and Allie was awarded MVP for Ouachita Baptist University.
Carter Bowden '18 visited the Episcopal Writing Center in January 2020 to premiere a new movie trailer and host an open discussion with students and faculty about hi film journey after his time at Episcopal Collegiate. Carter is currently studying filmmaking at Belmont University in Nashville, TN.
Meredith Lee Katzenberg '07 was a guest speaker in Middle and Upper School Chapel on Oct. 3, 2019. Meredith is a licensed clinical social worker and currently manages her own private therapy practice in West Palm Beach, Florida.