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Biology graduate Miles Kehs '18
Miles Kehs
Biology, 2018
Current Position: Associate Scientist, PPD (Pharmaceutical Product Development), Graduate Student
GMercyU Alums Paul Kenny and Mike Gargan
Paul Kenny
Criminal Justice, 2010
Current Position: Chief of Police in Lower Gwynedd Township
Student Story Jennifer Torres King
Jennifer Torres King
Nursing, 2010
Current Position:  Assistant Professor/Instructor at Thomas Jefferson University College of Nursing; Intensive Care Nursery Staff Nurse, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
GMercyU alum Meet Amy Kolesnik
Amy Kolesnik
Mathematics, 2015
Current Position: Underwriter at Chubb
GMercyU CIS Grad Jenny Kyoung
Jenny Kyoung
Computer Information Science (CIS), 2019
Current Position: Project Manager at Harte Hanks @ Cisco
GMercyU alum Lara La Sala
Lara La Sala
Accounting, 2008
Current Position: Entrepreneur 
GMercyU Education Student Kelly Lare
Kelly Lare
Education, 2016
Current Position: Teacher in Philadelphia
Jihan Latimer
Education, 2020
Current Position: Author
GMercyU Education Student Victoria Lineman
Victoria Lineman
Education, 2017
Current Position: Pre-School Teacher in Conshocken
GMercyU Alumna Amy Linn
Amy Linn
Education, 1996
Current Position: Assistant Principal at North Penn High School
Scott Little and his daughter, Victoria
Scott Little
English, 1993
Current Position: Vice President of Commercial Lending at Harleysville Savings Bank
GMercyU alum and UPS driver Bill Lolio
Bill Lolio
Business Administration, 2014
Current Position: Delivery Driver at UPS
GMercyU alum Corey Lord
Corey Lord
Computer Information Science (CIS), 2004
Current Position: Founder/Owner of CAL Sports Academy
GMercyU alum Jennifer Lorine
Jennifer Lorine, DO
Biology, 2006
Current Position: Proprietor & Physician at Jennifer Lorine, DO
Computer Information Science Major Ethan MacBain-Adornetto '22
Ethan MacBain-Adornetto
Computer Information Science (CIS), 2022
“CIS is a close-knit program, everyone knows everyone, and you get one-on-one time with the professors who will work through a project with you. Computing is difficult so it’s good to have that time.”
Student Story Elizabeth Mannino
Elizabeth Mannino
Biology, 2016
Current Position: Student at Eastern Virginia Medical School