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Covington and Maple Valley residents graduate from WGU Washington

On May 17, WGU Washington awarded degrees to a record number of graduates during its commencement ceremony at McCaw Hall in Seattle.

The university is only 3 years old and awarded over 1,000 bachelor’s and master’s degrees this year-a nearly 100 percent increase over the size of last year’s graduating class. Below are the names of students from the Maple Valley and Covington area who graduated from WGU Washington as a part of this year’s class.   Sharon Andrews, Covington, Master of Science, Curriculum and Instruction

Matthew Linscott, Covington, Bachelor of Science, IT - Software Emphasis

Dawn Netherton, Covington, BSNU Bachelor of Science, Nursing

Michael Darrow, Covington, Bachelor of Science, Sales and Sales Management

Tonia Williams, Covington, Bachelor of Science, Accounting

Megan Berg, Covington, Bachelor of Science, Business - HR Management

Aaron Overland, Covington, Bachelor of Science, Business Management Melinda Papen, Maple Valley, Master of Science, Nursing - Leadership and Management

Gemma Currier, Maple Valley, Bachelor of Science, Marketing Management

Rae'Ann Massart, Maple Valley, Bachelor of Science, Business Management

Brent Schindel, Maple Valley, Bachelor of Science, Marketing Management

Dana Sauer, Maple Valley, Post-baccalaureate Teacher Preparation, Elementary (K-8)

Alison Izquierdo, Maple Valley, BSNU Bachelor of Science, Nursing

Wayne Shadd, Maple Valley, Bachelor of Science, Marketing Management

Christel Winkey, Maple Valley, Master of Arts, Mathematics Education (K-6)

 

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