Cindy Tang is a proud member of the Class of 2018 who was heavily involved in many projects and student organizations while at Upper Arlington High School. She is a continuing third-year student at University of California, Berkeley, pursuing a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Berkeley Haas School of Business, a bachelor of arts degree in sociology, and a minor in human rights.
Posted Wednesday, November 4, 2020
Tarik Yousef is a graduate of the Ohio State University mechanical engineering program, with a minor in entrepreneurship. He is the founder of T.Y. Fine Furniture, his primary business, but more recently has also launched a 501(c)(3) called COVID-19 Ventilator, Inc. He shares: "We are designing and bringing to market emergency ventilators to assist with the current pandemic. Our goal is to sell ventilators at cost to hospitals that need them."
Posted Tuesday, April 21, 2020
Jason Barger is a globally celebrated author, speaker, consultant and creator of the “Step Back from the Baggage Claim” movement. As founder of Step Back Leadership Consulting LLC, Jason works with organizations that are passionate about culture change, leadership development, innovation, service, and bringing their mission to life every day.
Posted Monday, March 16, 2020
Peter Kahn holds the title of Spoken Word Educator at Oak Park River Forest High School (OPRFHS) in suburban Chicago. OPRFHS is the focus of the America to Me documentary series, and Kahn plays a pivotal role as his students use the power of poetry to express their own experiences. Upper Arlington Schools, in partnership with the Upper Arlington Education Foundation, will welcome him for a facilitated discussion on Friday, February 7, 2020, from 6 to 7 p.m. in the Upper Arlington High School Little Theater, 1650 Ridgeview Road. Photo credit: Joy Kollmer
Posted Tuesday, January 28, 2020
Mary DeCesaro Cameron was honored in July of 2019 as the recipient of the Upper Arlington Alumni Association’s Outstanding Alumnus Award. This award recognizes someone who has generously donated his or her time to the Alumni Association and its mission — and Mary has done that. She served on the UAAA board for 13 years and still offers support by volunteering on committees and chairing her class reunions. She celebrated her 40th class reunion this past summer.
Posted Monday, January 13, 2020
Upper Arlington High School graduate Henry Wu was recently named a 2020 Rhodes Scholar. He currently is a senior at The Ohio State University, where he is an honors student pursuing a double major in philosophy and political science. Only thirty-two scholarships are awarded annually to outstanding seniors and recent graduates across the United States. The Rhodes Trust selected Wu for his commitment to fighting human trafficking and researching migration patterns and policies impacting the involuntary movement of peoples.
Posted Monday, December 16, 2019