Shannon Pasco (Class Secretary)
Morgan Austin G’22, a digital marketing specialist at Monster.com, talked to members of the Student Alumni Association about her career journey during a virtual event.
Brittany Korbel left Dean College as student programs coordinator/resident director and returned to retail as the showroom operations coordinator for Yale Appliance in Hanover, Massachusetts.
Brianna Robbins, executive assistant and events manager at Austin Preparatory School, and Michael Driscoll bought a home in North Reading, Massachusetts. The former Lasers field hockey player became coach of Austin Prep’s new varsity field hockey team in the fall after coaching the team when it had club status.
Jordan Dalpe (Class Secretary)
Jordan Dalpe and her boyfriend recently got an apartment together in Attleboro, Massachusetts, with their cat, River.
Jay Franzone, organizing associate at Students Demand Action, joined other alumni for a virtual panel discussion, Real Life After Lasell, at the Connected Learning Career Readiness Symposium Showcase on December 8, 2020.
Jennie Garrepy is pursuing her master’s degree in psychology at Southern New Hampshire University. She is concentrating on forensic psychology to better understand the interplay between psychology and the justice system. Jennie writes, “I am excited, motivated, and ready for the journey.”
Jessica Bouchard Gayle became a certified public accountant in Florida last year.
Madeline Hixon and her MAD-X pandemic clothing business were featured in New Hampshire Magazine. Madeline moved back home to Rye, New Hampshire, from New York City when the pandemic hit, and began creating sweatshirts and sweatpants to help pay her NYC rent. When social media influencer Alisha Marie posted about her new clothes from MAD-X, the business took off.
Talia LeBlanc got engaged and bought her first home.
Sarah Murphy, a traffic/client relationship manager at Market Mentors, was selected to BusinessWest’s 40 under 40 list of outstanding young professionals in Western Massachusetts. She will be recognized with her fellow honorees at an event on June 24.
Meagan Pariseau celebrated her one-year anniversary at Bella Santè Spas in Wellesley, Massachusetts, and was promoted to supervisor; started a part-time marketing job with Akumina; and became an independent travel agent and launched her business/brand, Compass.
Katie Stopera, a former women’s basketball player at Lasell, is a product line manager for PUMA basketball apparel.
Lindsey Tavarozzi, business development manager at EF Education First, joined other alumni for a discussion about their careers during a School of Communication and the Arts virtual event on November 5, 2020.
Megan Hanlon (Class Secretary)
Jamie McTigue Boyle was married in December 2019 and moved with her husband from Texas to Florida. She is a marketing and communications specialist at the University of South Florida.
Brianna Longo is a retail buying assistant to the CEO at Whim, a chain of women’s clothing boutiques based in Westchester County, New York.
Jackinson Mena G’17, president at Jack Mena Recruit Inc., and Devon Day G’19, human resources specialist at RCAP Solutions, joined other alumni for a virtual panel discussion about careers and the job search at the Connected Learning Career Readiness Symposium Showcase on December 8, 2020.
Joanne Michaud G’17 was nominated to serve on the Fair Housing Committee in Framingham, Massachusetts. She is a relationship banker at Citizens Bank.
James Rossano (Class Secretary)
Jessie Bowens was promoted to a fixture program planner for Joann Stores’ corporate headquarters in Hudson, Ohio. She lives in Streetsboro with her boyfriend, Seth, and their adopted pit bull, Periwinkle.
Shannon Hart lived in Madrid, Spain, for a year, earning her master’s degree in sports journalism and communication and working as a video production intern with Real Madrid TV.
Brianna Hoffman, human resources manager at Microsoft, joined other alumni for a virtual panel discussion about careers and the job search at the Connected Learning Career Readiness Symposium Showcase on December 8, 2020.
Mallorie Smith received her master’s degree in higher education administration from the University of Massachusetts Lowell in May and accepted a position as resident director at the University of Hartford.
Rebecca Van Spall-Hood (Class Secretary)
Laura DeBiasio, territory account executive at Toast, joined other alumni for a virtual panel discussion, Real Life After Lasell, at the Connected Learning Career Readiness Symposium Showcase on December 8, 2020.
Ashley Cosgrove is a social worker at the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families.
Ashley Lam was promoted to director of sales from sales manager at the Residence Inn by Marriott in Brockton/Easton, where she assists clients with corporate and group accommodations.
Amanda Mitchell, residence director at Union College, and Megan Palumbo, community engagement project coordinator at Citizens Bank, joined other alumni for a discussion about their careers during a School of Communication and the Arts virtual event on November 5, 2020.
Hailee Walsh launched a decorated candle business. In keeping with her commitment to being eco-friendly and sustainable, her candles are made with organic soy wax and therapeutic-grade essential oils, and she often uses thrifted containers to create the candles. The candles are then decorated by hand with dried flowers and gemstones.
Carly Zdanek, a former Lasell soccer player, is a merchandiser at Catie’s Closet. The nonprofit provides students who are experiencing poverty access to clothes and toiletries at their school.