Albright grads share Next Stop plans

May 17, 2019

As Albright’s Class of 2019 heads out into a world this month, several graduates share plans for their next stop.


Enosh with signEnosh Motachwa ’19
Maplewood, N.J.
Majoring in: Music Industry Studies Major
Member of the Council for an Inclusive, Thriving, and Equitable Community (CITE-C), Football team, Lion records
Alpha Sigma Phi Award winner
NEXT STOP: Currently planning the release for an electronic instrumental mixtape, Enosh expects to be work within the Music Industry as an Electronic Music Producer and DJ, touring and traveling the world.


Angela Espinoza ’19Espinoza with sign
Jackson Heights, N.Y.
Psychology, Sociology: Criminology and Women’s & Gender Studies Major
Allen McKenney, III, Memorial Fund Award winner
Member of the Council for an Inclusive, Thriving, and Equitable Community (CITE-C), Phi Mu Phi Beta Sorority, National Panhellenic Council, National Society of Leadership and Success
NEXT STOP: Espinoza started her career as a Case Manager at CAMBA’s Landing Family Shelter, in Queens, N.Y., only three days after graduating a semester early. She plans to begin working on a master’s degree in social work this summer.


Mollica on soccer field

Emily Mollica ’19
Milton, Pa.
Business Administration/Management/Marketing Major
Soccer team
NEXT STOP: Sport Management



Payton Bogatch ’19
Bogatch with signBoonton, N.J.
Digital Communications Major
Albright Communications Division Photography Intern
Ed Flagg and M. Cornelius Trayes Award in Journalism: Photography winner
NEXT STOP: Photography in New York City


Holloman with sign
Dwane Holloman ’19
Lebanon, Pa.
Digital Communications Major
Film/Video Minor
Albright Women’s Volleyball Assistant Coach and WXAC Radio Show Co-Host
Communications Department Faculty Award winner
NEXT STOP: Marketing & Design Coordinator at Berks Fire Water Restorations


Hannah Schrock ’19Schrock with sign
Reading, Pa.
Business Administration/Marketing



Nye with sign
Marina Nye ’19
North Truno, Mass.
History Major
Presented work at American Historical Association, National Conference of Undergraduate Research, DeSales Women and Gender and HECBC conferences
Honors student, senior thesis: “The Corset as a Lens into the Condition of Womanhood.
Jacob Albright Scholar
Dr. J. Dale Yoder ’57 Commencement History Award, Silver Snips Award
NEXT STOP: UCLA – to pursue a doctorate in history. She will begin her journey this summer in UCLA’s graduate competitive edge program. Her concentration is 19th century women’s history and sartorial culture.



Kelly Neary ’19Neary with sign
Hicksville, N.Y.
Theatre and Arts Administration Major
Class of 2019 President
Member of the national award-winning “A Raisin in the Sun” theatre crew
Albright Improv Award winner
NEXT STOP: Theatre Educator! Neary will be returning home to New York to begin searching for local community theatres, as she completes her last class requirement to receive her degree.




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