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WWU alumni in the news

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Vesna Dodge

1997 | English and history
Vesna Dodge has been promoted to the position of executive vice president/Baker Boyer asset management for Baker Boyer Bank.
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Tim Kosaka

2018 | Business administration
After graduating from college and discovering the challenges of staying connected to the Adventist church as a young person, Tim Kosaka developed Adventist Young Professionals as a way for young Adventists from around the world to share inspirational digital content with each other.
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Jessica Craik Coffee

2003 | Technology, concentration in graphic design
Jessica Coffee’s work on itty-bitty dollhouse home design is featured in The New York Times.
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Back to You
WWU alumni share their stories
in their own words

Remote work
March 26, 2020

Remote work

Four tips from a WWU alumnus for remaining happy, sane, and productive while working from home

Taking bold steps to combat racism
February 25, 2019

Taking bold steps to combat racism

by Elta Jackson-Henry ’95 and ’96

Back to You is a venue for alumni to share their stories. It is not a place to advertise products or services.

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 Kim Strobel
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