Class of 2009
Darrin Wallace, (Liberal Studies), and Kimberly Williams, (Master’s, School Counseling), were married on March 9 at the Burroughs Home in Fort Myers. Wallace is a basketball coach at Canterbury High School, and Williams is the owner of Forever Yours Boutique and is employed in the FGCU Office of Alumni Relations.
Ken Beauvais, (Computer Information Systems), is the co-founder of Schedu.ly, an application to help users stay on time by integrating real-time traffic and location data into your schedule to alert you when it is necessary to leave to make your next meeting. Schedu.ly was awarded third place overall Hackathon App 2012 at the Mobile App Hackathon (Miami) by AT&T. Beauvais and his wife, Denisha, live in Fort Lauderdale.
Jessica Carter, (Human Performance), has been sworn in as a member of the Lee Memorial Health System Executive Board of Directors District 5.
Ashley Jennings, (Management), has joined Ted Todd Insurance Agency as a licensed insurance agent. She holds a Florida 4-40 insurance and real estate license. She assists clients with property and casualty insurance policies to protect them from unexpected financial losses.
Tiffany Kesterson, (Management), has joined Ted Todd Insurance Agency as a licensed insurance agent. She assists clients with property and casualty insurance needs to ensure they are financially protected against life’s uncertainties.
FGCU Children’s Theatre production of Roald Dahl’s classic tale. TheatreLab, Arts Complex, FGCU campus. Runs through 6/16. $7 adults, free for children younger than 12.
5-7 p.m., Opening reception, Main Gallery, Arts Complex, FGCU campus. Runs through 5/4, with additional artwork on display in ArtLab.
3 p.m., Lamb of God Church, 19691 Cypress View Drive, Fort Myers.
7:30 p.m., Concert featuring pianists Naomi Niskala and Michael Baron, U. Tobe Recital Hall, Music Building, FGCU campus. $7
3 p.m., U. Tobe Recital Hall, Music Building, FGCU campus.
• 5-7 p.m., Opening reception, “Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition,” Main Gallery, Arts Complex, FGCU campus. Runs through 4/11.
• 7 p.m., FGCU chamber ensembles concert, U. Tobe Recital Hall, Music Building, FGCU campus.
• 8 p.m., Opening night, “Constellation III: Dog Wish,” TheatreLab, Arts Complex, FGCU campus. An original ensemble performance exploring human-dog relationships, created in collaboration with the Humane Society of the United States. Runs Wednesday-Sunday through 4/14. $7
Celebrate the start of summer by mixing and mingling with fellow alumni, colleagues and friends. Be sure to bring a business card for a chance to win an Eagle souvenir. 6 p.m., Seasons 52, 8930 Tamiami Trail N., Naples.
Are you ready for some baseball? This is the game you do not want to miss as FGCU takes on the University of Florida. Join the FGCU Alumni Association and Eagle fans for an exclusive tailgate featuring music, a dinner buffet and drinks. 5 p.m., Hammond Stadium, 4100 Six Mile Cypress Parkway, Fort Myers.
Katherine Liebl (Master’s, School Counseling), and Josh Hammond announced their engagement. Liebl is a school counselor at Caloosa Middle School.
Kaylie Brown (Master’s, Business Administration), is the senior autoship specialist at the Home Shopping Network in St. Petersburg.
Tiffany Esposito-Kittinger (Communication), a member of the Southwest Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association (FPRA), recently earned professional public relations accreditation and received the designation of Accredited in Public Relations (APR). She currently serves as the communications manager at the Bonita Springs Area Chamber of Commerce.
Susan Hamley (Nursing), has graduated from Nova Southeastern University with a master’s in science in health law. She has been accepted into Barry University’s doctor of philosophy in nursing program.
Krista Johnson (Psychology), is the exhibition coordinator for the Alliance for the Arts in Fort Myers. She also paints and is the singer/songwriter for the pop rock group, The Bettie Page Boys.