CCV’s alumni community includes graduates as well as anyone who took classes and was significantly impacted by their experience at the College. Have you ever wondered what alumni have been up to since leaving CCV? Look no further! We’re pleased to share the latest edition of updates from CCV’s diverse group of alumni.
Alumni are encouraged to share their news by filling out the alumni update form.
Jessica Wheelock ’20, Human Services
Northern Vermont University, Applied Psychology & Human Services
Jessica is expected to graduate from NVU-Lyndon in May 2023.
Spencer Morrissey ’19, Liberal Studies
University of Southern Maine ’21, Political Science with a concentration in International Studies
Spencer is very excited to share that he was recently accepted into Georgetown University’s Graduate School of Arts & Sciences for an M.S. in addiction policy and practice. It feels like things have come full circle, since Spencer’s CCV capstone paper was written on U.S. addiction policy reform.
Jade Hicks ’19, Early Childhood Education
Jade has been teaching English in Japan for the last two years. She is having a great time there! Her students are adorable and so eager and excited to learn English.
Karry Andileigh ’17, STEM Studies
Southern New Hampshire University ’21, B.S. Forensic Psychology
Capella University ’22, M.S. General Psychology
Karry has been a single mom since attending CCV. She uses a lot of her education, experience, and knowledge in restorative practices in her personal and professional life. Karry is currently attending Meridian University to pursue her PhD in Psychology, focused in Yoga and Philosophy. She is currently a deputy with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office and serves as a school resource officer, where she incorporates restorative practices and her education in psychology and therapeutic practice into her role. Karry aspires to be a yoga therapist and to use her knowledge, training, and experience in trauma to help others; she is seeking to bring about more opportunity for therapeutic practice in policing.
Veronica Brusca ’13, Early Childhood Education & STEM Studies
Northern Vermont University ’22, Wellness & Alternative Medicine
Veronica is married and has moved to North Carolina. Her daughter is now 12 years old. Vermont was her second home, and she is grateful for her time there and appreciates the opportunity to get to the path of life she is ready to live.
Virginia Litchfield ’19, Liberal Arts
Northern Vermont University ’21
Virginia is a youth and family restorative liaison at the Burlington Community Justice Center.
Gary Salter ’91, Liberal Studies
Johnson State College ’95
Gary is a retired mental health worker and sheet metal worker.
Meaghan McEntee ’14, Liberal Studies
SUNY Empire ’21, B.S. Business Management
Meaghan has been working in the semiconductor industry at Tokyo Electron for six years. She was promoted to sales account manager in 2021, specializing in etch systems. In her spare time, she teaches yoga and takes graduate classes part-time. She will be rounding out her educational endeavors with the MBA program at Sage College.
Matthew Bouchard ’13, A.S. Human Services and Substance Abuse Certificate
University of Southern California ’18, MSW
After completing an associate degree at CCV, Matthew completed a B.S. in human services with a concentration in addiction studies at Springfield College. He then moved on to complete a MSW program at the University of Southern California. He became a licensed independent clinical social worker in 2021 and celebrated his 3rd year as a therapist at the Department of Veterans Affairs in November ’21. Since Matthew’s graduation from CCV in 2013, another son, Nolan, was added to his family. Matthew now has five children.
Abigail Fowler ’17, Liberal Studies
Castleton University ’19, B.S. in Business Administration
Abigail converted a van and is traveling the U.S. while living in it full-time.