December 1, 2023

Alumni in the News | November 2018

Female Knight Named Police Chief

Major L.J. Roscoe will soon begin her new role as police chief for the City of Goose Creek, South Carolina. She earned a bachelor’s of business administration from CSU and a master’s in organizational leadership from Waldorf University.

Knight Named Director at Construction Engineering Company

John Viernes is the new director of environmental, health, safety and risk management services at McAlvain Companies in Boise, Idaho. He earned his occupational safety and health degree from CSU.

Knight Begins New Role as City Council Member

Steven Smith has been appointed to the Payson, Arizona city council. He is the manager of the Rim Golf Club Community Association. He is a veteran and earned his MBA from CSU.

Knight Organized Hike for Veteran Suicide Prevention

Christal Dunaway was the host and organizer of the Irreverent Warriors Suicide Prevention Silkies Hike in Jacksonville, Florida, which attracted 500 participants. A Marine veteran, Dunaway is a graduate of CSU and is currently completing her MBA in marketing.


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  1. Michael Taylor

    CSU alumni, Frank Logan, announced his intention to run for the 2020 Presidential race. Having competed in the 2016 election cycle for Mayor of Baltimore City, MD, Frank still has a fire for public service at the next level.

    Frank completed his BS in Business Admin (2010) and MBA in Public Admin with CSU (2014).