SCAD: Savannah, Atlanta and eLearning - 1982
Susan (Coulter) Wolf (B.F.A., painting, 1982) is a multimedia designer at Huntington Ingalls Industries in Pascagoula, Mississippi. She was named Mrs. Mississippi OWA 2006 and Mrs. World OWA 2007-8 with a platform promoting the combination of entertainment and ministry. Wolf founded Gulf Coast Association of Christian Entertainers and Filmmakers in 2006. She produced "Holy Cow Moovie" several years ago and is wrapping up "Cinderbubba Moovie," a southern re-telling of a classic tale. Additionally, she recently became editor of Christian Filmworks Magazine. (updated 06/18/12)
Jane Gammage-Lupacchino (B.F.A., interior design, 1982) joined Lionheart Designs, Inc. as an interior designer. Previously, she worked for Hansen Architects in commercial and residential design.
Elizabeth Hubbell-McCubbin (B.F.A., interior design, 1982) married George Thomas Mesora July 8, 2000, aboard the yacht Enticer in Annapolis, Maryland. Hubbell-McCubbin and her husband live in San Francisco, California.
Arlene Smith-Spivy (B.F.A., graphic design, 1982) is a graphic production specialist (a.k.a. "Graphic Goddess") with the Landings at Skidaway Island. Arlene lives in Pembroke, Georgia, with her husband, David. They have two children, Angela and Dominique.
Alaine (Thigpen) Daniel (B.F.A., graphic design, 1982) lives in Savannah, Georgia, and paints for a living. She received the Gold Award from the Georgia Watercolor Society in March 2001 for her painting, Even Angels Dream.