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Elise Townsend 97MPT works with a multidisciplinary research and clinical team at Massachusetts General Hospital managing care for children and adults with neuromuscular diseases. She lives in Charlestown, Massachusetts with her sweet and spunky daughter, Catherine.

Jessica (Ignatius) Hamilton 07DPT has been working in acute care for the past decade, with a focus on early mobilization in ICUs in adult and pediatric hospitals. She now lives in Indianapolis with her husband Doug.

Brittany Jennings 07DPT has worked as a neonatal and pediatric PT for 10 years in Atlanta. She founded her private practice, Infant Connections, five years ago. She lives with her husband and two children in Brookhaven, Georgia.

Rebecca Grant 09DPT works in pediatric outpatient rehabilitation in Atlanta, specializing in vestibular rehabilitation, post-concussion syndrome, and aquatic therapy for patients with various neurologic and orthopedic diagnoses.

Jordan Felsberg 13DPT and his wife Danielle Tomeck Feisberg 13DPT are parents of three children: Lily, Charleston, and Fiona. Both work as adjunct professors at Wingate University’s DPT program. Danielle has started a PhD program in applied neuromechanics at University of North Carolina-Greensboro.

Crystal Huber 13DPT/MBA is a quality improvement coordinator at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center in San Francisco. She married Michael Olsen 13MPH/MBA last year. She is on the board for the nonprofit Spark, which focuses on global philanthropy that advances gender equality.

Michael Robinson 13DPT is now an adjunct professor with the Howard University Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, teaching Introduction to Musculoskeletal Systems and Advanced Musculoskeletal Systems.

Annie Keener 14DPT has served as a tutorial leader in Orthopedics and Foundations courses at Marymount University’s Department of Physical Therapy.

Rachel Malina 15DPT completed an orthopedics residency with Mercer University last year. She plans on pursuing a yoga teacher certification.

Michelle Sauer 15DPT is now a board-certified neurologic clinical specialist after completing a neurologic physical therapy residency at TIRR Memorial Hermann. She lives and works in Houston.

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