Since his first alumni spotlight, Josiah earned a master's degree in journalism and recently became a reporter for Time Magazine, covering social issues, criminal justice, and politics.
Profiles of Success–Marvelwood Alumni
Taylor Nappi '13 is part of a team that sprang into action to make critical supplies for healthcare and other front-line workers in the early days of the pandemic.
Kevin Meiselman '16 produces 'Behind the Mind', a podcast featuring guests from all walks of life who have experienced mental health struggles.
Charlie Reznikoff '15 has signed to play with Hapoel Zefat Galil, a professional basketball team in Israel.
A News Fellow at ABC News in New York, Josiah has completed rotations at Dateline, Nightly News, The Network Desk and the Original Video Unit
Amanda is an engineer at Merck and Co., Inc. in Durham, North Carolina. Her team works on vaccines, including Varicella and MMR.
An advanced training coordinator for A Duie Pyle, Paul is a big proponent of the trades–and auto mechanics in particular–as a viable and good-paying option for those who, like himself, enjoy problem-solving and keeping their hands busy.
Supporting local businesses and giving back to the community is the primary mission of JuJu tours, Angela’s thriving tourism business based in Negril, Jamaica.
At any given time, Emilia oversees 30+ food businesses in various stages of development and production at La Cocina, a non-profit kitchen incubator in San Francisco.
Blair's work for Estée Lauder has been featured on The View, The Today Show and TLC's iVillage, as well as in Nylon and OMagazines and on the covers of Time Out New York and Harper's Bazaar.
Andrew is an established photographer for the European Press Photo Agency.
Ian is an innovator and creator within the film industry, whose career has taken him all over the the world.
Brian is a chemical biologist at the Vanderbilt Laboratory for Biosynthetic Studies.
Nick is a third-generation stone carver, calligrapher, and designer.
Jake Carpenter ’72, founder of Burton Snowboards, and his wife Donna, CEO of the company, established The Chill Foundation to provide at-risk and underserved youth the opportunity to build self-esteem and life skills through board sports.