Ashley Sciora ’11, ’13G of Old Bridge, NJ, is an AmeriCorps VISTA serving at the United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley. As an undergraduate, she was involved as an orientation leader and coordinator, a member of Leadership Lehigh and a representative on the University Committee on Discipline. Ashley is a sister of Kappa Alpha Theta. She received a bachelor’s degree in 2011 and a master’s degree in 2013, both in political science.
Ashley Pritchard ’09 is currently the Program Manager of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation in Yangon, Myanmar. Originally from San Mateo, California and a Class of 2009 grad, Ashley walked on to the Varsity Women’s Rowing team, was a member of the Community Service Office founding Lehigh’s Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week and was further involved as a Martindale Scholar, Admissions fellow and Orientation leader. Upon graduating from Lehigh, Ashley worked at the United Nations headquarters in New York before being awarded the Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship to obtain her Master’s in International Development in Thailand. Ashley currently works in Southeast Asia as a political strategist for Myanmar’s lead opposition political party and works to engage contentious ethnic parties towards substantial negotiations and peaceful resolution.
Claude Esposito ’11, of New York, N.Y. is an acquisitions and investment management analyst at Monday Properties. As an undergraduate, he was Student Senate president, a member of the Dreyfus Portfolio, an Eckardt Scholar, and a recipient of the Class of 1904, Student Life Leadership and Allegiance awards. He is a brother of the Sigma Chi Fraternity. Since graduation he has served on the Student Engagement Committee of the Young Alumni Council and is a member of the Wall Street Council.
Andi Howard-Rein ’11 is currently the Product Manager for Bedtime Math, a non-
profit organization dedicated to making math fun for kids. She graduated in 2011 with a B.S. in Marketing and in 2012 with a B.A. in Psychology. While at Lehigh, Andi was in Phi Sigma Pi Co-ed National Honor Fraternity, tutored high school students through the STAR Tutoring program, and volunteered with the Lehigh Athletics Marketing Department. A life goal for Andi and her husband is to become part of the 50-Game Club.
Sara Nowlin ’99, is a speaker and life coach committed to empowering people through Radical Self-Acceptance in their personal and professional lives so they can live truly successful and fulfilling lives. As a life coach, Sara works with individuals on their career and personal goals by breaking through the barriers and fast tracking their success. To find out more about how Sara’s work, visit www.saranowlin.com and schedule a complimentary consultation.
Marisa Repasch ’14: I grew up in Fountain Hill, Pennsylvania, a mere five minutes from Lehigh’s campus. My love for the school prompted me to stay close to home for my undergraduate career, and in May 2014 I received my bachelor’s degree in Earth and Environmental Sciences. While at Lehigh, I was a member of the Women’s Basketball team, as well as a chairperson for the Society of Environmental Scientists. Additionally, I conducted research alongside several professors in the Earth and Environmental Science department, working on resolving some of the mysteries of the natural world. I am currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Earth and Planetary Sciences at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, with the ultimate goal of becoming a professor of Geology.