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John and Corrie Mannion (CAS, '11 and '13)
John and Corrie Mannion (CAS, ’11 and ’13) have ventured into the world of authorship with a goal in mind and a story to share. They are the co-authors of two marriage books, have been featured in a Relevant Magazine article, and currently host an ongoing blog called A Home Firmly Planted.

Gabe McCoy (Law, '11)
Gabe McCoy ('11) and fellow alumnus Nat Pierce ('09) are finding success at their own firm in Norfolk, Virginia.

Heather Waild (SOE '16)
First-grade teacher Heather Waild (SOE '16) loves reading, and it is her passion for reading and literacy that lead the Virginia State Reading Association to chose her as the 2017 Reading Teacher of the Year.

Andrew Root (MBA '94)
Andrew Root (MBA, ’94) is a Lecturer in the School of Business & Leadership and has held a number of senior positions for multiple investment groups prior to his return to Regent.

Maria Peek (SCA '02)
Maria Peek (School of Communication & the Arts, ’02) is the executive producer of Auroris Media, a full service production company serving clients in the U.S. and internationally.

Sheldon Hudson (RSG, '07)
Sheldon P. Hudson (RSG, ’07) is the Town Manager of Millsboro, Delaware where he implements and oversees the day-to-day operations of the town, allowing him to fill a number of important roles there.

Pamela Davis, SPC '12
Pamela Davis is the Director of the Clinical Mental Health  (CMH) Counseling Program at Wheaton College and served over 22 years as a missionary and counselor in Thailand.

Ray Casey
Dr. Ray Casey (Robertson School of Government, ‘97, School of Business & Leadership, ‘01, and School of Divinity, ’97 & ‘13) is the CEO of Hagar International USA, an international NGO that works with women and children who are suffering from the trauma resulting from slavery, trafficking and abuse.

Robert Skead (SCA, '93)
Robert Skead (School of Communication & the Arts, ’93) is a prolific author of children’s books, and his most recent novel is called Elves Can’t Dunk? 

Salvatore DiSalvatore (SCA, ’02)
Salvatore DiSalvatore (School of Communication & the Arts, ’02) is the creator, writer, and show runner of Spark Plugs, a new television series for children’s ministry. 

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