Neil Bryant '82
Bryant is currently the Vice President of Sales Development for Carestream Health Inc., a $2.6 billion global company providing imaging and information management technologies and services that aid healthcare providers in the treatment of their patients. He is responsible for bringing a new approach to the Carestream-customer engagement dynamic, the overall workforce education and development model, and the leadership development of the region’s senior management team. In service to Gettysburg College, Bryant is a member of the Advisory Council for The Garthwait Leadership Center and has served as the chair of The Orange & Blue Athletic Advisory Council.
Croneberger was the CEO/Founder of Excellence Training Camps, Inc. and is currently the president of JLynne Consulting Group, LLC. She has held numerous coaching positions and has worked with softball programs through colleges and travel teams. Additionally, Croneberger works with many community groups and organizations on a regular basis, including West Chester Communities That Care. She was an adjunct professor at Ursinus, teaching a course on the philosophies and principles of coaching. Croneberger has been featured on a number of TV programs, including MTV’s MADE and Channel 6 Action News in Philadelphia. She has achieved degrees from the University of Delaware and the University of the Rockies, in addition to a number of certifications. Croneberger’s latest project is a book called, “These Five Words Are Mine.”
Ian Isherwood '00
Isherwood is a proud graduate of Gettysburg College, Dartmouth College, and the University of Glasgow (UK), the latter where he earned his Ph.D. in modern history. He specializes in 20th Century British history and World War I. Isherwood has taught in both the English and History Departments at Gettysburg College and in the History Department of neighboring Dickinson College. In 2010-11, he was the recipient of The General and Mrs. Matthew B. Ridgway Military History Research Grant from the U.S. Army Military History Institute. In 2012, Isherwood became the assistant director of the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College.
Jones is in his 28th year of working in admissions, all at Gettysburg College. He earned a B.A. in psychology and a B.S. in biology from Penn State, and is currently senior associate director of admissions, coordinator for multicultural admission, intercollegiate athletics liaison, and a volunteer assistant men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track and field coach. On campus, he is a member of the President’s Advisory Commission on Diversity, the advisor to Shots in the Dark comedy improvisation troupe, and BOMB Squad hip-hop dance ensemble. He is a frequent presenter and a member of NACAC, PACAC, Unigo College Admissions Experts, the Board of Advisors for iCollegeBound, and the Urban Assembly of New York, N.Y. Personal hobbies include teaching martial arts, and cooking. Jones is also a professional music composer, producer, and arranger.
Jackie Powell '09
Powell works on water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) at WASH Advocates in Washington, D.C. Currently, she is encouraging representatives from governments, nonprofits, and the private sector to work together on WASH solutions. Prior to her position with WASH Advocates, Powell worked in Bolivia, Nicaragua, Nepal, and most recently, she acted as the operations manager at Agua para la Salud in the Guatemalan Highlands, collaborating with rural, indigenous schools, and communities on a variety of WASH projects. Powell first became interested in international development during her time at Gettysburg College, where she combined field experience and her interest in water issues to triple major in environmental studies, globalization, and Latin American studies/Spanish.
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