Pursuing their passionsSeabury alumni go on to excel in high school, college, and beyond. Our students go on to Bellarmine Preparatory School, Tacoma School of the Arts, Tacoma Science and Math Institute, high school International Baccalaureate programs and many other public and private schools. Alums have gone to Stanford, Harvard, the University of Washington, Harvey Mudd and many others. They are working in the sciences, arts, business and media. But they have this in common – they are pursuing their passions.
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|Christine Hartzell got her BA from Georgia Institute of Technology. She earned a PhD in aerospace engineering sciences from the University of Colorado, Boulder. She is an assistant professor at the University of Maryland in Aviation and Aerospace. So far, she might be the only Seabury alum to have an asteroid named after her.
Brad Spika graduated from dental school at Oregon Health and Sciences. He purchased a dental practice in Bishop, California, and lives in Mammoth.
Elizabeth Garnatz graduated from Gonzaga then spent a year in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps. She completed a graduate program, receiving her masters in social work. She is working as a community health specialist in Maine.
Chris Garnatz graduated from Pomona majoring in math and economics. He was also a member of the swim and track teams. He is working as an independent consultant at Techstyles Sportswear.
Ben Griffin graduated from Pacific University and is working as a software engineer for REI Co-op.
Halley (Griffin) Knigge, a graduate of University of Washington, is Senior Manager of Communications and Public Affairs at REI Co-op. She married artist Chuck Knigge in December 2012.
Daniel Angeles graduated from New York University with a major in drama, acting and producing. He has been a creative executive with HBO in New York in August 2016.
Doug Lottes graduated with Cum Laude honors from the Michael G. Foster School of Business at the University of Washington. He is an account executive in business development with LiveRamp in Seattle.
Arielle Mulenos graduated from the George Washington University with a BA in international affairs and international politics. She is working as a researcher at Yale School of Medicine.
|Broc Woodworth graduated from Gonzaga University with a BS in computer engineering. He works as a software developer in test at Infoblox in Tacoma.
Chelsea Mackenzie got her BA in psychology from Creighton University. She is working as a freight broker at Freightquote in Kansas City.
Brad Oberhofer is frontman for the band Oberhofer.
Johännah Larsen, a graduate of Willamette University, is a veterinary assistant at Banfield Animal Hospital in Portland.
Geoffrey Oberhofer, a graduate of Harvard University, launched his business, GymPact in 2012 as a way to incentivize people to work out. He recently relocated back to the Seattle area.
Noah Griffin graduated from Western Washington University in December 2013 with a bachelor of science degree in geology. He is a project manager for Geotest in Bellingham.
Ari Schumer graduated from Harvey Mudd College and is now a software engineer at Infer, Inc.
Camryn Patrick graduated from Western Washington University with a degree in International Business. She is working on the fishing vessel Wonderland.
Kenna Patrick completed the University of Washington graduate program in Landscape Architecture. She is working as a landscape designer at Natural Systems Design in Seattle.
Lisa Feiertag got her BA from the University of Chicago in political science and her MA in secondary education and teaching from Western Washington University. She teaches history and innovations at Seattle Academy.