2020

News List

  • May

    Erik Rehl ’89: Setting the Scene for Leadership Development

    Jared Scott Tesler
    Once known exclusively for designing worlds for visual storytelling purposes, London- and Paris-based production designer and art director Erik Rehl ’89 is now creating environments for real people on their journeys through life. His latest endeavor, Mind Environment, aims to help leaders better understand and define their personal and professional purpose in order to live and lead with more self-awareness, focus, and clarity. “By exploring their purpose in depth, they have the opportunity to make the world a better place,” he explains. Read more about Shipley Changemaker Erik Rehl ’89.
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  • April

    Todd Kelley ’92 is the founder of Graffiti Removal Experts, which hires once homeless and/or incarcerated individuals to help clean up neighborhoods in Philadelphia.

    Todd Kelley ’92: Cleaning Up Neighborhoods, Transforming Lives

    Jared Scott Tesler
    Since 2013, Todd Kelley ’92 and his company, Graffiti Removal Experts, have been cleaning up Philadelphia neighborhoods and transforming the lives of formerly homeless and incarcerated individuals by giving them opportunities to work. Kelley says his interest in creating positive social change was ignited at Shipley. Learn more about Shipley Changemaker Todd Kelley '92 and how he's making an impact.
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  • March

    Wendy Eiteljorg ’86 is Shipley's Director of Curricular Innovation and Learning Design. She has been instrumental in helping Shipley transition to Shipley Learns Online amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

    Wendy Eiteljorg ’86: Leading the Future of Teaching and Learning

    Jared Scott Tesler
    In 2009, Director of Curricular Innovation and Learning Design Wendy Eiteljorg ’86 was named a “Teacher of the Future” by the National Association of Independent Schools for the forward-thinking integration of blogs and wikis into her fifth grade curriculum. Now, this Shipley Changemaker is helping to launch the School’s online learning program, Shipley Learns Online amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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  • Tess Hart '05, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Triple Bottom Brewing Company

    Tess Hart ’05: Crafting Community and Opportunity through Beer

    Jared Scott Tesler
    As co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Triple Bottom Brewing Company, Tess Hart ’05 believes that craft beer has the power to strengthen community, advance equity, and foster a safer, healthier, and more inclusive society. The name of her business reflects its triple bottom line: beer, people, and planet. Read more about Shipley Changemaker Tess Hart '05.
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  • February

    For the past 25 years, Linda Powell Solomon ’77 has supported the efforts of minority students working toward a bachelor’s degree in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics through the National Science Foundation’s Greater Philadelphia Region Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation program.

    Linda Powell Solomon ’77: Supporting Minority Students in Science

    Jared Scott Tesler
    For the past 25 years, Linda Powell Solomon ’77 has supported the efforts of minority students working toward a bachelor’s degree in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics through the National Science Foundation’s Greater Philadelphia Region Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation program. Learn more about Shipley Changemaker Linda Powell Solomon ’77.
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  • January

    Charlie Warzel ’06 is Opinion writer-at-large for the New York Times. He says he approaches his writing by “pushing back on conventional wisdom in terms of being principled and honest while maintaining a sense of empathy and understanding.”

    Charlie Warzel ’06: Writing with Empathy and Understanding

    Jared Scott Tesler
    New York Times journalist Charlie Warzel ’06 says he lucked into his first internship with NBC broadcast news show Meet the Press with David Gregory, which introduced him to the thrill “of being in the center of big stories.” Now, as Opinion writer-at-large for The New York Times, he writes about topics that include media, online extremism, politics, and technology, reflecting his interests and what he loves about journalism: “Following weird curiosities, meeting fascinating people, and learning information before everyone else.” Most recently, Charlie has contributed to the New York Times Opinion Section “Privacy Project” with pieces that explore online privacy, how people can protect themselves, the role of public policy, and more. Learn more about Shipley Changemaker Charlie Warzel ’06.
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  • Kathleen Ridder Crampton ’62 is trying to change the way the United States of America elects its President. Previously named an Outstanding Woman Leader in Florida by the Commonwealth Foundation, Crampton is currently serving as Chair of the League of Women Voters of Florida’s National Popular Vote initiative.

    Kathleen Ridder Crampton ’62: Lobbying for the National Popular Vote

    Jared Scott Tesler
    Shipley Changemaker Kathleen Ridder Crampton ’62 is trying to change the way the United States of America elects its President. Previously named an Outstanding Woman Leader in Florida by the Commonwealth Foundation, Crampton is Chair of the League of Women Voters of Florida’s National Popular Vote initiative. Learn more about Kathleen Ridder Crampton ’62 and what she’s doing to enact change.
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