Young Alumni Council recognizes its 2020 nominees
The Roaring10 honor is given to individuals who exemplify the University’s core values of honesty, integrity and respect. Each year, 10 outstanding young alumni are recognized by the Young Alumni Council for their impact in business, leadership, community, educational and/or philanthropic endeavors.
The Roaring10 Class of 2020 were recognized in Fall 2021:
Brittany M. Hall ’11
certified nurse-midwife, Easley, S.C.
Caroline Aneskievich ’10, ’11, M ’15
BMW Group’s talent management specialist for the Americas, Greenville
Josh Tew ’10, M ’14
commercial real estate, Pintail Capital Partners, Greenville
Edwin Sabuhoro Ph.D. ’18
assistant professor in both the Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Management and the African Studies Program at Penn State University,
State College, Penn.
Dorothy H. Askins ’17
anesthesiology resident at Tulane University, New Orleans
Ansley Cartee Minor ’17
co-owner of Carolina Superstars Baton and Dance, Anderson, S.C.
Rebecca Leigh Stratford ’10
laboratory manager at the Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Clarksville, Tenn.
Spencer C. McLeod ’12, M ’14
operations manager for McLeod Farms, McBee, S.C.
Jordan M. Burns ’12
financial adviser and field director at Northwestern Mutual, Greenville
Lauren Harroff Trondsen ’12
Citywise Advisory Services, Sanergy, Ithaca, N.Y.