In The Media
Connor Morgan '21 discovered a talent for videography by accident when he was asked to film a wedding video as a last-minute fill-in during his senior year of high school. Now one year since graduation from Pace, he's expanded his business to the West Coast and is working with big names in the industry
The three McCauley brothers, all Dyson alumni, share a connection to each other and to Pace through the History Summit, a decades-long tradition uniting Pace grads and honoring their favorite professors.
Rhonda Miller, head of Pace’s BFA in Commercial Dance, wanted to build a different kind of dance program. “I wanted it to be relevant and useful—to include all forms of dance and the practical business skills dancers need but so often don’t have. We’re giving students the tools they need to navigate show business and make a living in dance.”
A scrappy, working-class kid with big dreams manages to make it big in Hollywood with the help of some special mentors.
“Pace allowed me the space and grace to form my own distinct value system, while expanding my knowledge of scholarly political theories and feminist texts to prepare me for my career.”
Through a hands-on internship, Coast Guard veteran and Master’s of Environmental Policy student Maddie Feaster ’21 took her environmental advocacy skills from the classroom to the state capitol.
For Dr. Yvette Edwards it’s been a long but ultimately fulfilling road from Kingston, Jamaica, where she was born, to her private practice in South Carolina, one that incorporates chiropractic, nutrition, weight loss, and regenerative medicine.
The focus of Denise Molina Capers' '01 career has been on supporting civil rights and equity, diversity and inclusion, and advocacy on so many important issues. In March of 2021, she was hired as the City of Somerville, Massachusetts’s first director of racial and social justice.
ASDS alumna, Artisha Mann-Cooper ’12, forges ahead as a successful producer and entrepreneur during the pandemic. A true artist and recent New York City Women in Film honoree, Mann-Cooper is a great proponent of creating for the sake of creating, recognizing that if she had not produced her own material, she would not have been taken notice of. She also understands the frustration many have regarding moving their career forward, and to this end, has utilized her experience in both business and film to help artists find tangible ways to complete their goals as a coach and author of an eBook.
When Mariah Kitner ’15 arrived at Pace, she didn’t know what major she would ultimately choose. What she did know was that she wanted to be in New York at a liberal arts institution where she could explore lots of interests. She discovered her calling freshman year during a course with Art Department Chair, Linda Herrick.