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Charisse Ciambrone

Charisse Ciambrone, ’82 BA Sociology, ’10 Master of Education, has worked at the College of Southern Nevada since 2007 teaching English as a Second Language. She also teaches math to adults who are studying for high school equivalency exams. She earned a master of education degree at Sierra Nevada College.

Richard Sinderband

Richard Sinderband, '86 BS Hotel Administration, is the creator/owner of a new app that is about to launch on the Apple Store. iSaid-uSaid is a texting app designed to help improve communication between people in strained relationships. Its unique purpose is to help the user steer his or her troubled relationship by having meaningful conversations through the use of the iSaid-uSaid content. It serves those going through a breakup, separation, or divorce. It can help to rekindle or salvage a relationship, too. It keeps talks “quiet” if children can overhear loud discussions or arguments. The app offers content comprised of statement and comment cards to be texted, geared towards being at any stage of the relationship. He lives in Thousand Oaks, California

Cindy Kern

Cindy Kern, ’97 BS Education, ’07 Master of Education, ’13 PhD Secondary Education, has been named a visiting assistant professor of education and director of the Bristol-Myers Squibb Center for Science and Teaching at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut. The center is a network of scientists, engineers, and educators collaborating to advance the art of science, technology, engineering, and math education from kindergarten to the university level. She previously was an assistant professor at the University of New Haven in Connecticut. Previously, she taught at Green Valley High School for 16 years and served as an adjunct science professor at UNLV. She and her husband, Jason, have a son, Khorbin.

David Wedley

David Wedley, '11 MS Sport and Leisure Services Management, is director of student-athlete academic services at UNLV and serves as athletic academic advisor for football, men's basketball, and softball.