Delores Edwards, ’88, of Boston, Massachusetts, Northeastern Alum, won an Emmy Award from the Boston/New England chapter as executive producer and showrunner of the television program Basic Black on GBH for a special edition episode about the murder of George Floyd. Edwards also earned a Clarion Award from the Association for Women in Communications for executive producing an episode about health disparities in communities of color and COVID-19. Earlier this year Edwards was also named one of Boston’s Most Impactful Black Women by Get Konnected!
Philip Czochanski, AS’85, of Old Bridge, NJ, has retired from Air Canada after 31 years of service.
Tim Moore, CJ’78, MEd’84, of Willow Spring, NC, is pleased to announce that he has been named the unit manager for on-the-job training (OJT) and workforce development for the NC Department of Transportation. Immediately prior to this new role, Tim served as NC’s DHHS manager of the state Senior Citizen Supported Employment Program (SCSEP) funded by the US DOL. Since receiving his graduate degree in industrial career counseling from NU, Tim has had a very fulfilling career in helping disadvantaged adults and youth receive training and education needed for meaningful employment.
Audrey Daum, DMSB’80, of Hull, MA, has just published her first book, The Little Floofs’ Book of Money which is now available on Bookbaby.com and Amazon for pre-order. Audrey is a Senior Vice President in the Boston offices of Moors & Cabot. As a Financial Advisor, she works with individuals and business owners on portfolio management, retirement and estate planning, as well as providing seminars and educational tools for those families that need them. She is a passionate advocate of Financial Literacy and has spoken at MIT and other venues on the importance of financial education. Audrey has been named a 2021 Five Star Wealth Manager in Boston Magazine’s March 2021 issue for the eighth consecutive year. Audrey also holds an MBA in Finance and Corporate Strategy from MIT Sloan School of Management and spent two years at Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. While at Northeastern, she earned the Hodgkinson Achievement Award. Her father, the late Arnold E. Daum, was also an alum and taught Marketing in University College for over 40 years. Audrey can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bob Hyldburg, DMSB’81, wrote his second book on the New England Patriots, “Relive Patriots History! Six Time World Champions!” This 464 page book captures every player and every memorable moment of the Patriots football team, based on extensive interviews conducted since 1994. The new book is available in November 2020. Twitter: @BobtheStatMan
Scott Tierno, MEd’89, of Candia, New Hampshire, has been named director of Commencement and special events at Vanderbilt University.
John Nash, CPS’89, was the youngest fire chief the department has ever had, and retired after nearly 46 years with Winchester Fire Department.
Charles Marken, CJ’89, of Falmouth, Massachusetts, was named Falmouth Police Department’s Officer of the Month for January.
John Malone, MBA’89, of Buffalo, New York, has joined the American Refining Group Inc. leadership team as vice president of sales and marketing.
Robert MacDonald, E’89, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, has been appointed Transportation Planning Director of the Corpus Christi MPO Transportation Policy Committee.