Sally Vincent married software developer Alex Palash in 2021. Sally is a senior threat research engineer at LogRhythm and gives frequent security talks/trainings for SANS, RSA, and Ultimate Windows Security.
Jenna Evans has been named a partner in Pardi Partnership Architects PC. She joined the company in 2011 as an intern. Her experience ranges from institutional and commercial office design to retail and multi-family housing, as well as residential.
Christopher James Morrison joined Adverum Biotechnologies, a clinical-stage gene therapy company targeting unmet medical needs in ocular and rare diseases, as vice president for process development.
Rev. Gary Morello judged the sports category of Darien Art Center’s 2020 Smartphone Photo Contest. Gary spent his time at RPI playing football and is currently part of the Darien Football coaching staff, a certified indoor cycling instructor, and field ambassador for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Richard Off has recently been promoted to project architect at Hoffmann Architects. He joined the firm in 2016 as a project representative and has worked on various projects, with his most notable contributions being the restoration of the First Presbyterian Church in New York City.
After 10 years at GE Aviation, I left my job there and relocated to Virginia to be closer to family and friends. I have also switched industries and am working at a biotech fund focused on early-stage innovation and company formation. The Rensselaer Alumni Association has launched RAA Connect, an online platform similar to LinkedIn, open to RPI alumni only. It has networking and mentoring capabilities, affinity groups, and much more! Check it out at RAAConnect.com. — Meghan Lenihan Moulder ’10; firstname.lastname@example.org
After eight-plus years as lead radio voice for the Mets Double-A team in Binghamton, N.Y., Tim Heiman has transitioned to working full time in mechanical engineering. Going out on a high note, he was named 2018 Minor League Broadcaster of the Year by Ballpark Digest.
Justin Hoin recently joined the CPL architecture team located in Albany, N.Y.
Corey Stall and Hannah Delisle Stall, who were RPI sweethearts, welcomed their first child, Nathan Harold Stall, on Feb. 27, 2019. They currently reside in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts; Hannah is the quality manager at Crane Currency — the company that makes U.S. currency paper — and Corey is a senior associate at Schellman & Co., assessing information security systems.
Leveraging her engineering degree from RPI, Hayley Moynihan took to the streets of Brooklyn, purchased a 100-year-old brownstone, and spent the last three years fully renovating it! Check out her blog where she documents all of her trials and tribulations that came with the reno.
Brent Biederman left the engineering corporate world to revive a long abandoned farm on Chamberlain Highway in Connecticut—Rooster Rise Farm. The farm had its first open house last summer and we wish Brent the best of luck in his first year of operation!
Congratulations to Tim Heiman, who was named Minor League Broadcaster of the Year by Ballpark Digest. Tim has been broadcasting for the Binghamton Mets since 2011 and is considered by many to be one of the top play-by-play broadcasters in professional baseball!
Christopher Smith, now an Army Captain, was selected as the commander for Bravo Company, 522nd Military Intelligence Battalion in Wiesbaden, Germany. His company is responsible for providing all-source intelligence support to United States Army Africa. Before his selection, he was deployed in support of France’s Task Force Barkhane to counter violent extremist organizations in the Sahel region of Africa.
Meghan Lenihan writes: "Over the past 12 months, I got married to Chris Moulder, we moved to Dubai for my job, and recently moved back to Cincinnati—lots of fun adventures around the world! While in Dubai, my husband and I hosted the first alumni event in Dubai with President Jackson. It was a wonderful gathering overlooking the Burj Al Arab with about 15 alumni and parents of current students."