Meet Sage graduate program alumni who have recently been recognized for their achievements.
Marlyne Fahey said her MBA from Sage’s School of Management gave her a solid foundation for the professional experience she’ll obtain in New York state government, where she is participating in the highly-competitive Excelsior Service Fellowship and the new Women Lead Fellowship for Women in Government. Read Marlyne Fahey’s Sage Spotlight.
Patrick Farley was one of five finalists for Florida’s Teacher of the Year Award in 2018. “Sage prepared me in a lot of ways, but I think the biggest thing I took away from Sage was how to be a reflective teacher,” he said, of his master’s degree from Sage’s Esteves School of Education. Read Patrick Farley’s Sage Spotlight.
Meghan Finneran said her Master of Science in Health Services Administration from Sage’s School of Management prepared her for leadership roles; the coursework also prepared her to pursue the prestigious Lean Six Sigma Black Belt management credential as well as her recent designation as board-certified fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. Read Meghan Finneran’s Sage Spotlight.
Stanley Harper, who holds a master’s degree and doctorate of Educational Leadership from Sage’s Esteves School of Education, said Sage made him a better practitioner. Now a school district superintendent, he is leading an attendance and graduation rate turnaround in his community. Read Stanley Harper’s Sage Spotlight.
Gertrude Hutchinson holds a doctorate in Nursing Leadership from Sage’s School of Health Sciences. Her work blends nursing, education and historic preservation; last year, the Reuters billboard in Times Square in New York City lit up with a with a tribute to her contributions to nursing and education. Read Gertrude Hutchinson’s Sage Spotlight.
Gertrude Hutchinson photo courtesy of P.O.W.E.R. (Professional Organization of Women of Excellence Recognized).