Stephanie Spisak '08 (MA - Art Therapy) works with GRACE Nanana, standing for Girls’ Rights Attention Care and Education, a school and rescue shelter for young Massai girls rescued from abuse, female circumcision and early marriage.
Jeanne Torrence Hauer ’72 (AA – Retail Merchandising) chief marketing officer for AdvoCare Group. Author of “Millionaire Women”
Bob Hunt ’00 (MA – Educational Administration) Superintendent of Chagrin Falls Exempted School District
Lisa Into ’06 (BA – Psychology) life coach and owner of Life Leadership Alliance
Jacqualine Kasprowski ’93 (MA – Educational Administration) principal at cardinal Newman School in South Carolina. She was the co-recipient of the first Ursuline Distinguished Alumnae Educator Award
Joanne Lacsko Masino ’68 (BA – Home Economics) dubbed “The Entertainer” by the Brunswick Beacon, she was named one of the Medina County’s Ten Most Interesting People. Joanne entertains at various functions with her life size dolls
Suzanne Smith Nigro '79, J.D.(BA - Social Sciences) was inducted into the Future Heights Innovator's Circle for her work in the 1970's to ensure that Cleveland Hts, would become a diverse, integrated and vibrant community.
Victoria Malone-Marion ’02 (BA – Social Work) manager of admissions and diagnostic services for the Hitchcock Center for Women
Theresa Miller ’95 (BA – Business Management) vice president of Start to Finish Inc., residential and commercial construction company
Carol Cerny O’Connell Minkin ’55 (BA - History) highly active alumna, hosting chapter events annually for alumnae in the Baltimore and Washington D.C. area. Carol is a former academic dean for Ursuline College
Janice Roccoslava ’71, MA ’95 (BA – Social Studies, MA – Educational Administration) former principal of Villa Angela-Saint Joseph Academy High School. Co-recipient of the first Ursuline Alumnae Distinguished Educator Award