On December 2, Carey Jaros '96—Laurel alumna, current parent, and President & CEO of GOJO Industries (the makers of PURELL)—spoke at The City Club as part of the The Annual Sally Gries Endowed Forum in Honor of Women of Achievement series.
Laurel School is pleased to announce the induction of four Laurel Alumnae into its Athletic Hall of Fame. The ceremony for Ann Daniels Marks ’54, Kelly Schumann Styne ’80, Patricia Hannon ’82 and Brittney Jackson ’10 took place in the Laurel’s Newly Renovated Tippit Gym. Inductees are chosen for their athletic achievements while students at Laurel and their passion and ongoing commitment to their sport.
Gift will support the creation of The Ruhlman Family Center for Environmental Learning which will provide labs, classrooms and common areas designed for use by students in all grades at the Butler Campus, and will also support renovations at the Lyman Campus.
Nearly one year after the start of the pandemic and shutdown, Carey Jaros '96, President and CEO of GOJO (makers of PURELL), appeared in her first TV interview and weighed in on how GOJO handled extreme growth in the face of demand on CNBC's "Closing Bell."
Natasha Varyani '96, a professor at New England Law in Boston who teaches a course on Critical Race Theory & The Law, recently authored a piece in SmartLawyer Magazine titled, "If you're planning on asking a Black friend or colleague how to help with BLM movement, don't!"
A recent Cleveland.com story highlighted Olivia Wenzel '20, who has been busy during the pandemic supporting a senior center in her hometown of Parma Heights, where she has created a virtual platform for seniors to overcome isolation.
New Laurel Alumna Olivia Wenzel '20 was featured in a Channel 5 news story this summer where she talked about her business AltruTec, which focuses on improving the quality of life for people with dementia.
Ali Paige Block '08, a professional ballet soloist with Eglevsky Ballet and Movement Headquarters Ballet Company in New York, graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Columbia University on May 20.
Elyse Evans ’17 is among three partnerships (six students) from The College of Wooster who have qualified for the American Moot Court Association (AMCA) National Tournament in Baton Rouge, La., on Jan. 17-18.