Alumni

Graduation is definitely not the end of student’s relationship with Kent State. It’s the beginning of a whole new kind of connection, and we want to celebrate it with you.

The experiences that our students had during their time with FLASHanthropy and the memories they made on the way to graduation shape their relationship with Kent State University for the rest of their lives.

We are grateful to the young alumni who have chose to contribute their time, talent and energy as members of FLASHanthropy during their time on campus:

Andrew Cappuzzello

Andrew graduated from Kent State in 2015 with a B.S.E in Integrated Math and he is currently pursuing my M.Ed in Higher Education Administration and Student Personnel. He hopes to become an Advancement Officer for major gifts so that he can pay it forward to other students in order for them to achieve and actualize their dreams.

He was integral part in the re-branding of FLASHanthropy as he acted as President and contributed four years to helping Kent State raise scholarship funds through the KSU PhoneCenter and through FLASHanthropy.

 

Rebecca Dios

Major: Speech Pathology

2016 Graduate

Hometown: North Royalton, Ohio

Becca served as a general member and got involved her senior year thanks in large part to FLASHanthropy visiting her non profit studies class. If only we would have met her sooner! Thanks, Becca and good luck!

Kennedy Nemeth

Major: Political Science

2016 Graduate

Hometown: Massillon, Ohio

Kennedy was a 2015-2016 Pay It Flash Forward Scholarship Recipient and joined shortly after!

Laurisa Rosado

Major: Exercise Science

2016 Graduate

Hometown: Geneva, Ohio

Laurisa was a huge part of FLASHanthropy for a good majority of her time at Kent State. She served as the Advancement Chair as well as tackled many other responsibilities while with the group. Her gift was talking to people at our tables and events.

LaQuann Dawson

Major: Fashion

2016 Graduate

Hometown: Elyria, Ohio

Angie Ehrich

Major: Psychology

2016 Graduate

Hometown: Atwater, Ohio

Angie served as FLASHanthropy president and occasionally still helps us out while she attends graduate school at Kent State.

Kailyn Hill

Major: Speech Pathology & Audiology

2016 Graduate

Hometown: Hubbard, Ohio

Hero: Sully

Why FLASHanthropy? Working for the KSU PhoneCenter made me realize I have a passion for giving back!

Kailyn was a huge help during her year in FLASHanthropy. Serving as our first official Vice President, she assisted in creating the first Field Day in 2016.

Kyle Brooks

Major: Geography

2017 Graduate

Hometown: Sylvania, Ohio

Kyle joined us his senior year to get involved after raising a significant amount of money in the KSU Phone Center part-time, and he also was a member of the KSU Cross Country team.

Savannah Justus

Major: Zoology

2017 Graduate

Hometown: Newark, Ohio

Hero: Frodo & Sam (Squad goals)

Why FLASHanthropy?  To be involved on campus.

Jacob Hoffman

Major: Architecture

2017 Graduate

Hometown: Westlake, Ohio