School of Integrative Studies
Renée Reed-Miller '02 is the concept pioneer of an integrative, trauma-informed community engagement process called Thanks In Advance (TIA). She uses expressive arts to promote trauma-sensitive, healing-centered practices in families, organizations and communities.
RJ Johnson ’16 graduated with their B.F.A. in Creative Writing. During their time at Stephens College, they enjoyed workshop classes and literature classes involving different cultures. They have two large dogs and since graduating received their Master of Business Administration in one year in Denver, Colorado.
Inspired by her time working on the Harbinger staff, Maya Alpert attended the New York University Summer Publishing Institute to pursue a career in book publishing. She is now an associate editor at Insight Editions in the San Francisco Bay Area, editing cookbooks and cocktail books based on licensed entertainment brands such as DC Comics, World of Warcraft, and The Office.
Mary Arnold ’19 graduated with a B.F.A. in Creative Writing and a minor in music. Before attending Stephens, she worked for a manufacturing company for six years to earn money to attend college. Stephens was her first choice.