Deniese Dietrich November 14, 2013

Deniese Dietrich is a retired Senior Master Sergeant of the United States Air Force. From 1979 to 2001, Deniese had dedicated herself to serving her country. In those 22 years, she has proven herself to be the very decorative soldier she is. She has given 100% of herself during her service and has earned over […]

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Deniese Dietrich November 14, 2013

Senior Master Sergent, Deniese Dietrich, retired from the United States Air Force in 2001. Deniese held 3 different positions, over 17 different recognitions and spent countless hours receiving military education during her 22 year long military career. In the summer of 1979, Deniese Dietrich left her hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to endure six weeks of […]

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Deniese Dietrich November 14, 2013

United States Air Force E-8 retiree, Deniese Dietrich, is a certified Personal Trainer as well as a Certified Life Coach. After serving our country for 22 years, Deniese retired from the military as a Senior Master Sergeant. Having lived a very successful and decorated military career, she spent the majority of her career as a […]

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Amaar Ahmed Fazlani November 14, 2013

Amaar Ahmed Fazlani, a 4th year History major, is the founder and president of the Special Olympics Davidson Chapter. This organization was put together to bring awareness to those with special needs. “People think they’re open to those with disabilities but in reality, they’re really not,” explains Fazlani. Whether if its accessibility to those with […]

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Amaar Ahmed Fazlani November 14, 2013

Amaar Ahmed Fazlani In the summer of 2013, Amaar Ahmed Fazlani interned for the advertising and marketing company Kirshenbaum Bond Senecal + Partners of New York. Here, he is the copywriter and an intern to advertising project managers. As the advertising project manager intern, he runs various errands needed to complete tasks. As their copywriter, […]

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