College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Alumni Profiles

Dean Berhow-Goll (2014)
Kim (Bredar) Guthrie Kim (Bredar) Guthrie (1984)
Sally Adams (2013) Sally Adams, '13, graduated before the Greenlee School offered a public relations degree, but today she's an account executive at Weber Shandwick in Minneapolis in its Financial Services Practice Group.
Patrick Tarbox, '12 Patrick Tarbox (2012) Patrick Tarbox, '12, graduated with a degree in journalism and mass communication and now works as an assistant directors of Athletics Communications at Iowa State University.
Emily Hejlik (2012) Emily Hejlik (’12 journalism & communication studies) is a West Des Moines native and Cyclone women’s soccer letterwinner who currently works as the marketing manager for the Olympics and Actions Sports division at Octagon, one of the largest global sports, entertainment, lifestyle marketing and talent representation agencies in the U.S.
Kathie Obradovich (1987) Kathie Obradovich, '87, is a political columnist for The Des Moines Register.
Ross Boettcher (2008) Get internships. Work at the Daily. They're going to hire the people that they know can do the job and they don't know that unless you've done that before.
Beth Levine (1998) My advice to graduates of the Greenlee School would be to network, and to use that to the best of their ability.
Randall Wreghitt (1978) “I’ve had my big hits and big failures, but that is part of working in theatre” Wreghitt said.
Duane Kibby (1960) or five years he wrote news releases and brochures for the company
Mark Honer Mark Honer (1981) In 1996, Honer took the leap and began his own production company, DHTV Productions
Edith (Lillie) Bartley Edith Bartley (1961) In my day, journalism was a small department, focused on news reporting. We were 'pre-mass communication' and 'pre-political correctness
Carol Marlow McGarvey Carol McGarvey (1967) In 2003, she was awarded the Professional Achievement Award from the College of Family & Consumer Sciences at Iowa State
Jamie Lange Jamie Lange (2002) 'Having a little bit of knowledge in each area really prepared me for slipping into that role.'
Terry Rich Terry Rich (1974) He is proof that anything is possible, going from the small town of Cooper, Iowa, to an appearance on the Johnny Carson Show. He says, 'Just keep looking up.'