The Rev. Herbert Ene (MEd ’10) has joined St. Benedict at Auburndale High School (SBA) as a full-time chaplain. He joins Spiritual Affairs Director Hannah Keegan in the school’s Spiritual Affairs Office. You can read more about his appointment in the Bartlett Express.
Four CBU alumni have been named to the Memphis Business Journal’s “Top Forty Under 40″ for 2105. Among them is the SOA’s Megan Wortham Murdock (ECC ’05), who is the marketing manager at CBIZ MHM.
Brother Dylan Perry (Religion & Philosophy, ’10) was honored with the Distinguished Young Alumni award at CBU’s Bell Tower Gala on November 14. Perry is the associate director of the Lasallian Volunteers for the De La Salle Christian Brothers. He earned a Master of Public Service from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service in 2013. As part of his studies he worked with Little Rock Urban Farming to create the Southern Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, Soil for Life (in Cape Town, South Africa), and with the Arkansas Governor’s No Kid Hungry Campaign. Perry was accepted into postulancy as a Christian Brother in July of this year. Postulancy is a period of time to learn to integrate faith, service, and community and to discern one’s call to the Brothers’ life. He currently resides in Washington, DC in the Martyrs of Turon Community.