Alumni on the Seacoast

Alumni on the Seacoast

The #UNHSocial team took some time over the summer to catch up with a few of our alumni around the New Hampshire Seacoast. You probably already know this, but we have UNH alums doing some pretty incredible things out there in the real world. Get ready to get to know a few of these members of our wildcat family with the social team’s newest video blog!

The first group we visited was at the Seacoast Science Center in Rye, New Hampshire. Here we met four UNH alumni, and one current UNH student; they all play an important role in keeping the SSC running smoothly:

After taking a walk on the science side, we strolled down to Prescott Park in Portsmouth to see some alumni involved in the arts community of the Seacoast area. We caught a Prescott Park Arts Festival performance of “Peter Pan”, and had the pleasure of seeing not only an impressive number of alumni in the performance, but also working as the Producing Director and Festival Coordinator! Check out this list of UNH alums and their involvement in the production, as well as a slideshow of pictures from the show below! 

CHRISTINE PENNEY, Class of 1999…………………………..….……..………………… “Mrs. Darling”

KYLE MILNER, Class of 2016………………………………………………………………………. “Smee”

NICK MOULTON, Class of 2014……………………………………….…..…………… “Slightly Soiled”

KAYLA LENNON, Class of 2015………………………………………………………………….. “Native”

MELISSA HANLEY, Class of 2016………………………….……………………………………. “Native”

KAITLIN DEYO, Class of 2014…………………….……………….……………….Festival Coordinator

JOHN MOYNIHAN, Class of 2007……………..…..…………..….….…….……….Producing Director

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The last alumna that we met with this summer was Michelle Galvin, Class of 2011. She is the entrepreneur behind Pretty Little Things, a boutique in Portsmouth. Michelle showed us around the store, and told us a little about her journey from UNH Student to business owner! Watch it right here:

As a student, it was so exciting to see all the cool things our alumni have been up to, and to realize all the opportunities that I and my fellow classmates could pursue after graduation. Thanks to all the alumni who took the time to talk to me; once a Wildcat, always a Wildcat!