Local students graduate

August 12, 2014

By Staff

The following Issaquah students graduated from Western Governor’s University of Washington for 2014:

Michael Quaranta, Master of Business Administration, healthcare management; Taylor Laddrout, Bachelor of Science, information technology; Adriana Sirb, Bachelor of Science, accounting; Carrie Sasynuik, Master of Business Administration, healthcare management; Mark Shackelford, Bachelor of Science, health informatics; Matthew Sargent, Master of Science, information security and assurance; Rachel Vance, Master of Arts, teaching elementary school; Briton Stender, Bachelor of Arts, science chemistry; Christopher Hayes, Master of Business Administration,  management and strategy; David Ker, Bachelor of Science, information technology; Jaime Cruz, Master of Business Administration, management and strategy; Lonnie Jones, Bachelor of Science, business and information technology management; Braden Anderson, Master of Business Administration, healthcare management; Rychell Hayes, Master of Arts, teaching elementary; Kaylee Goree-Ndiaye, Master of Science, curriculum and instruction; and Janet Anderson, Bachelor of Science, marketing management.

Danyell Spring, of Issaquah, graduated from Baker University in Baldwin City, Kan., with a Master of Business Administration.

John Monu, of Issaquah, received a Doctor of Medicine from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, in North Chicago, Ill.

Jenica E. Cassidy, of Issaquah, earned her Juris Doctorate degree from Wake Forest University School of Law, in Winston-Salem, N.C.

Tiffany Lim, of Issaquah, received a Bachelor of Science in computer science and mathematics from Harvey Mudd College on May 18. Lim graduated with distinction.

Kjerstin Richards, of Renton, earned her Bachelor of Arts from Midland University, in Fremont, Neb., on May 17. Richards was also named to the dean’s list for the spring 2014 semester.

Cecilia Klauber, of Issaquah, graduated Magna Cum Laude from Baylor University, in Waco, Texas, with a Bachelor of Science in electrical and computer engineering this spring.

 

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