When Elizabeth Flood was deciding on a career, she knew she wanted two things: First, a job she would enjoy doing because, after all, you’ll spend a lot of time at work. And second, she wanted to pursue a career that involved public service.
It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, the saying goes, it’s the size of the fight in the dog. The size of the fight in 2005 Larkin High School graduate Tony Pellegrino is considerable, and he has the resume to back it up.
Six years ago, Jacob Yarwood was an academic high achiever in Bartlett High School’s Science, Engineering and Technology Academy program. Now he literally reaches for the sky as an officer and pilot in the U.S. Air Force.
Pat Sutphin has been scuba diving and skydiving. He’s investigated paranormal activity, and he crawled through a cave trying to solve a decades-old missing person case. His passport for all that adventure has been a camera.
As a kid growing up in Streamwood, Ana Lalley would often travel the streets in and out of nearby Elgin, not suspecting that one day she would be the person ultimately responsible for keeping those streets safe.
Ursula Gordon thought she was headed to law school when a career in business beckoned instead. She enjoys management, in part, because she is able to mentor others and help them realize their career goals.
The bright lights have gone on for “Living Local,” an hourlong lifestyles program on Fox affiliate KXRM in Colorado Springs, Colorado. And there at the anchor desk, right in the middle of things, is Mia Atkins.