Class News Fall 2018

Loren Ball with marries Steven Bonn. Photo by Rebecca Shivers Photography.


Loren Ball had a lot to celebrate in August.

In addition to graduating from the MSN (Entry into Nursing) program, Loren married Steven Bonn in front of family and friends in New Jersey. Loren accepted a position working as a RN in the Labor and Delivery Unit at University of Maryland Medical Center.


Caroline Brewer Bentley celebrated her 81st birthday with one of her daughters on the Camino de Santiago in Spain. She hiked 10 miles a day for 12 days to mark the occasion.


Accelerated BSN 1998 classmates Lisa Johnson, Susannah Herrmann, Becky Wentling, Kora Smith, Heidi Bray and Sam Whitney gathered to celebrate their 20th class reunion.


Cynthia Thurlow after 20 years working as a nurse, started her own business, CHT Wellness. She works as a functional nutritionist to help serve another community of clients. Her specialty is female hormonal health.


Raji Koppolu, interim director for advanced practice at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford in Palo Alto, CA, is president-elect of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. She begins her term in July.


Beth P. Beckman has been appointed the inaugural chief nursing executive for Yale New Haven Health.


Julie Cook accepted a position with Providence St. Joseph Medical System in Richland, WA as an adult-gerontology primary care nurse practitioner. She begins this fall.


Theresa Medicus welcomed Mirabelle into her family in May 2018.

Theresa Medicus welcomed baby Mirabelle

Mirabelle is a proud future Hopkins Nurse. Theresa works for Johns Hopkins International as a family nurse practitioner at Green Spring Station.


Wesley E. Cook received his DNP from Drexel University. His doctoral capstone focused on work environment health in the post-acute setting and current research interests include the intersection of artificial intelligence, ethics, advance practice nursing care delivery, and health policy.


Kerri Calloway spent August volunteering at the Romanian Children’s Hospital.

Kerri Calloway volunteering at the Romanian Children's Hospital

Kerri worked providing care to babies from various gypsy villages around the city of Oradea, Romania. She currently works in the Emergency Department at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, and looks forward to going back to Romania in the winter.


Janet Stone Brendler ‘56
Sarah Newcomer Henneberger ’55
Dorothy Schock Horne ’44
Norma McCullough Huebner ’44
Elizabeth Monty Hurley ’63
Alana Boldman Ledbetter ’65
Nancy Wheeler Matais ’61
Jane M. Parker ’58
June C. Persson ‘59
Helen Holodnak Slivinski ‘45
Margaret Ann McClarren White ‘47