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  • Michael Mitri (’14) will begin work on his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at St. Augustine University this fall.
  • Marina Mattson (’14) completed her degree in human nutrition at Columbia University and has become a Registered Dietician/Nutritionist. She recently launched an organic cashew butter company called Ono Butter, for sale online and at the La Jolla Farmer’s Market.
  • Paul Solis (’15) will be attending Duke University this fall to begin his Masters of Health Sciences in Physician Assistant.
  • Nathan Reyes (’15) will be attending Touro University to begin his studies in Osteopathic Medicine (DO).
  • Franklin Zhuang (’15) will be attending USC this fall. He was accepted into their Hybrid Doctorate of Physical Therapy Program.
  • Sam Weckmann (‘16) is officially a California Registered Nurse! She recently received her license and will start work in the Emergency Department at Foothill Presbyterian Hospital. She plans to continue her studies in the future by pursuing a Masters in Nursing.
  • Cameron Kurozawa (’16) is headed to St. Augustine University to work on his Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
  • Alyssa Guerrieri (’17) was accepted into USC’s Hybrid Doctorate of Physical Therapy program and will begin her studies this fall.
  • Kaeli Kaneshiro (’17) is headed to Sacramento State to begin working toward a Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
  • Matthew Lemus (’17) was selected for admission into the Masters of Science in Medical Sciences at Western University of Health Sciences.
  • Kelsey Crispeno (’17) is headed to Washington University this fall to start work on her Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
  • Evelina van Norden (’18) is headed to USC this fall to begin working toward her Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
  • Justin Tran (’18) is headed to USC as well, pursuing his Doctorate in Occupational Therapy.
  • Nichole Osugi, (’18) was accepted to several Masters in Public Health programs and decided on George Washington University, where she will begin studies this fall.
  • Jackie Hutchinson, Marc Moreno, Caroline Poehls, and Fiona Shorrock (’18) are doing post-graduate service before attending graduate school.