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Paul Parisi ’07

Paul Parisi ’07 recently released his first novel, Last Call. It is available for purchase on Amazon.com.

Marsilia “Marcy” Boyle ’69

Marsilia “Marcy” Boyle ’69 was thrilled to meet a contingent of SJC students at the annual spring cleanup of McGolrick park in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. As a board member of the McGolrick Park Neighborhood Alliance, it was great to see this fraternity volunteering to support a community group undertaking.

Steven Mussenden ’88

Steven Mussenden ’88 has been named the new executive director of the Racine Literacy Council in Racine, Wisconsin. He has more than 20 years of professional experience in both the nonprofit and for-profit health care sectors, and volunteers as president of the Wisconsin Black Chamber of Commerce.

Benedict Tieniber ’06

Benedict Tieniber ’06 earned a doctorate in administration, leadership and technology from Dowling College in May. His dissertation was on “Parental Involvement and the School’s Role in Infusing the Entrepreneurial Spirit and Innovation of Children: An Exploratory Study”

Bridget Quinn Wallace ’08

Bridget Quinn Wallace ’08 is engaged to Alexander Belich. The couple live in Manhattan and are planning a summer 2016 wedding on the North Fork of Long Island.

Lisa A. Chiarini ’90

Lisa A. Chiarini ’90 has joined Fish & Richardson’s New York office as a principal in its Intellectual Property (IP) Litigation Group. She was previously a partner at Hughes Hubbard & Reed.