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A L U M N I L I F E S U M M E R 2 0 1 7 U o f L M A G A Z I N E | 5 3 Class Notes Sarah P. Jarboe, 02A, 07GA, became a partner at English Lucas Priest & Ows- ley, LLP in January. She is serving as chair of the environment, energy and resources law section of the Kentucky Bar Association, sits for the second year on the American Bar Association's section of environment, energy and resources (SEER) Conference Plan- ning Committee and participated in SEER's 2014-2015 leadership development Program. Marc Spiegel, 03E, 09GE, a Rubicon Global co-founder and member at the Buckhead Club in Atlanta, was named to the "Atlanta Busi- ness Chronicle 40 Under 40" list. Renee White, 03GE, an assistant professor at Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College, was named a fellow with the American Association of Profes- sional Coders (AAPC). Jonathan Ballard, 04A, 09MD, a graduate of UofL/McConnell Schol- ars Program, was named the new state public health epidemiologist and director of the Kentucky divi- sion of epidemiology and health planning in the department for public health. Terra (Rogers) Santos, 04B, opened her business, Wellness with Terra, and serves clients as a functional medicine certified health coach. Katherine Tsiopos Wills, 04GA, started Advanced Tutoring Services, which assists Eng- lish language learners. Wills is associate professor of English and director of the English program at Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus. Donnette Tinsley, 06GE, accepted a project manager position with Executive Director Incorporated. Donnette will be a project manager for the Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer (SITC). Brian Etheridge, 07MR, was named President of the New Mexico Pediatric Society (NMPS), a chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). Garry Horton, 08K, accepted a position as a search consultant with Gilman Partners. Stephen Swan, 08A, won the NAFSA Region VI George R. Hertich Advocacy Award in International Education and was able to travel throughout Asia with the "Colleges That Change Lives" consortium with Centre College. 2010s Daniela Hazel, 10A, 13GE, recently became certified as a health and life insurance agent with National Care Financial Group. Nicole (Wells-Anik) Swan, 10B, was promoted to human resources program manager for the CGI Group, Inc. Jesse W. Bray, 11A, accepted a position with D.R. Horton as a land development program manager. Natasha Ramsey, 11GE, was promoted to associate dean of aca- demic success at Midway College. Tathyana Fen- sterer, 12MD, was awarded the Frank B. Miller Award for Excellence in Teaching from the UofL Medical School. She is currently at the University of Iowa serving as a fellow in plastic surgery. Let us know what's new with you by posting your information at, or email us at Be sure to write "Class Notes" in the subject line. Submissions may be held for future magazine issues, or edited due to space limitations. Alice Hudnall Cash, 70MU, 72GMU, 90GMU, 95GK Alice Hudnhall Cash received her undergraduate degree in music in 1970, coming to Louisville to study piano performance with Lee Luvisi. "The University of Louisville reinforced and deepened my love for all genres of music," Cash said. Continuing her education, Cash earned her master's in piano performance and doctorate in Musicology from UofL, writing on the life of musician Wanda Landowska and the revival of the harpsichord. She earned a second Master's from the Kent School in 1995. Cash is one of the world's few clinical musicologists. Since 1990, she has been in the re-emerging field of music medicine, and as a staff member conducted clinical research at the UofL School of Medicine. Cash travels extensively giving speeches, hosting workshops and talking about her research on the profound healing powers of music in medicine. She has almost five decades of professional experience in her field. "Had I not come to the University of Louisville and studied with Lee Luvisi, none of this would have happened." In addition to her work with UofL, Alice developed tools for using music in behavioral health settings at Baptist Hospital East in Louisville. Her work was featured on the "Today Show" in 1993, and she was the first winner of the local Venture Sharks competition in 2010. She has founded three companies, Healing Music Enterprises, Surgical Serenity Solutions and Crescent Hill Counseling. In 2008, Cash received a U.S. patent on her process for using music before, during and after surgery. Today, her pre-programmed headphones are used in leading hospitals worldwide, winning the praise of doctors and investors.

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