I moved back to Flagstaff in 2018; became a Staffing Coordinator and did that for a couple of years before being promoted to my current role as branch manager for OnCall Staffing. My partner and I have an almost one year old daughter named Ava Noel and a doggo named Stella who is our other baby. I also have my own side business where I take thrifted items and redesign/restore them and sell those on my Etsy page.
Thania Haviland received her BS in Biology and is now working in research! She has also been dancing with Canyon Movement Company for about 10 years. She recently started creating digital art and taking commissions for artwork. You can connect her on Instagram to see her work and to request a commission.
I am a published author. I have I one book out and am working on the second. It is a trilogy. The first book can be found on Amazon ; I write under the pen name Raven Gregory and my first book is call An Angel’s Heart
Bailey attends Arizona State University majoring in Creative Writing with a minor in Music. She has been active as a member of several reading and writing related clubs on campus and uses her spare time to make YouTube videos. This summer she plans to attend Vidcon (a conference for people who make online videos) to learn to get better at producing them. After graduation this year she hopes to continue to write as an author. Her favorite FALA memories include Mr. Anderson’s morning discussions of “What’s Going On in the World” and all the craziness that was Mike Levin’s The End of the River.
Zander transferred from West Virginia University to Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, and is finishing her last year there. She’s worked with the previous head of the English department to copyedit an index for her upcoming book. In her final semester, Zander will be doing two independent studies: one in the History department looking at sexuality, criminal, and deviant practices in Europe throughout the 18th and 19th centuries as well as in the English department studying the sub-genre of Sensation fiction in 19th century British fiction. She’s also applying to be a Research Assistant to the Medieval scholar in the English department. Zander plans to take a year off before going to graduate school in the Toronto area.
Sean attends Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York, majoring in Liberal Arts with focuses in Baroque Opera Performance and 16th Century English Literature. He has been active in theatre on campus, appearing in student-run productions of “Pippin” and “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” and has also been involved in some of the school’s LGBT groups. Sean will be studying opera, art history, and Italian language in Florence, Italy next year, and after his graduation in 2015 plans to attend graduate school in literature and music, going on to pursue a career as a professional opera singer. His favorite FALA memories include being approached by a very traditional-looking, elderly woman after the performance of the extremely avant-garde play Small Lives, Big Dreams raving about how much she enjoyed the show.
Lindsey attends Northern Arizona University and just recently declared a major in Interdisciplinary Studies of Speech-Language Science and Technology. She is a member of the NAU chapter of Sigma Alpha Lambda, a national leadership and honors organization. Lindsey works in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Orientation. She plans to open her own Speech Pathology practice specializing in children’s speech after obtaining her master’s.
Burrell attends Northern Arizona University, majoring in Applied Indigenous Studies and minoring in Political Science. He expects to graduate this year. He’s involved with Connecting Higher Education Indigenously (CHEI), a student group at NAU. Burrell continues to pursue photography and art on his own and is contemplating applying to law school.
Karli attends NAU on a full-ride scholarship and will graduate with a B.A. in Secondary English Education and is excited to student teach in FALA’s middle school in the spring. Karli is a member of Canyon Movement Company and had the chance to perform in theaters in Flagstaff, Las Vegas, and Tucson. She also recently achieved her dream role of dancing the role of Sugar Plum Fairy this alongside husband and FALA sweetheart, Nathaniel. FALA re-inspired her love of reading and helped her hone her writing abilities, and as a result, she’ll be a certified English teacher in five months.