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Once a Knight, Always a Knight...PC’s Executives and Entrepreneurs in Residence

This networking program allows PC alumni and current students a chance to connect and discuss the many paths for education and vocation available after high school. Alumni from all walks of life are invited to speak to classes related to their areas of expertise, and also participate in less structured rap sessions with students about college choices, internships, and life in general after graduation.

Are you interested in talking to PC students about your life experience? Please contact  Robin Thomas, Director of Development to schedule a visit.

Spring 2016 Executives and Entrepreneurs in Residence

Jason Campbell ‘94, UVA ‘98 is a CPA and partner for Deloitte Advisory in Northern Virginia.
Andrew Stallings ‘06, Marymount University ‘10 is a creative account manager for Octagon Sports and Entertainment, a global marketing and management firm based in Norwalk, CT.

Rita Asmar Milletich ‘09, earned her bachelor’s degree from ODU and master’s from VCU.  She is a pediatric occupational therapist at CHKD and also works with adult patients at Riverside Medical Center.

Tiffany Shackleford Gordon ‘93 is the director of social services for Mathews County, VA.

Tom Wilburn ‘84, CNU ‘88 is an entrepreneur and owner of Dent Pro in Gloucester, VA. He is also a US Army veteran.

Matthew Clem ‘12, a recent graduate of George Mason University, is working as a scribe at Riverside Medical Center until he begins medical school.

Kristina Reilley ‘11 is a graduate of WVU with a degree in mechanical engineering. She works for Huntington Ingalls as part of their augmented reality team, creating apps for use by Newport News Shipbuilding.

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