Rachel Cain (Fall 2012)
Rachel is living and working in Campbellsville and will begin graduate school at Campbellsville University in Fall 2013.
Ruby Chang (May 2008)
Ruby lives in Russell Springs, KY with her husband, Kyle Duke, and their son Elias (born January 2012). Kyle is the Assistant Band Director at Russell County High School and Ruby teaches lessons and helps with the band, as well as taking care of Elias.
Nell Haydon Chaudoin (Spring 2008, Spring 2010)
Nell has been a Kindergarten Music teacher at North Park Elementary School since 2010. She married Jonathan Chaudoin, after they met at CU. They currently live in Bardstown, KY with their dog, Baxter. Nell still plays her flute for her students and in Sacred Winds. Most recently, she has been focusing on her health and was featured on “The Today Show” in a segment called "Joy's Fit Club" for losing 127 pounds.
Kati Hamilton England
Kati lives in Radcliff, KY and she works at a law office in Elizabethtown. She married Alex England in August 2012 and graduated from Elizabethtown Community and Technical College in May 2012 with an Associate’s degree in Medical Information Technology-Medical Records.
Emily Whitlock Ernst (Fall 2003)
Emily lives in Buffalo, KY and works for the court system in Larue County. She married Nathan Ernst in 2008 and they have a daughter Evie who was born in September 2011.
Jessica Lander Floyd (Spring 2000)
Jessica married (Dr.) Chad Floyd on October 6, 2001. She taught K-6 Music in Russell County from 2002-2008 and has been in Marion County teaching K-5 music since 2008. She earned the Master of Arts in Teaching from EKU in 2004 and Rank I from CU in 2009. She and Chad have two children: Anna, born in 2007 and Aaron, born in 2010. They currently live in Campbellsville.
Lindsey Harrod (Spring 2012)
Lindsey teaches at the Christian Academy of Indiana as the middle school and high school art teacher, photography teacher, and directs the yearbook. She lives in Clarksville, IN.
Tiffany Pennington Higginbotham (Spring 2004)
Since graduating from CU, Tiffany completed her Masters degree in Social Work in 2008 and was married to her husband Evan in 2011. She currently works as a social worker with the elderly and disabled. She continues to play her flute and sing in her church, as well as other local churches. For fun, she writes a blog about entertaining, www.jubilanthostess.com and recently started a new blog about using films in therapy, www.therapeuticfilms.com. Tiffany currently lives in Knoxville, TN.
Jennifer Johnson Hill (Fall 2007)
Jennifer lives in Columbia KY, with her husband, Joshua, and son, Bryson (born in 2007). She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in social work and has since completed some masters hours. She has been working for the State of KY since 2008 and is currently the home resource coordinator for Necco, a therapeutic foster care agency in Somerset, KY.
Ro Yen Huang (Alice) (Summer 2006)
Alice lives in Kaohsiung, Taiwan and teaches private students as individuals and in small groups. Her students go from age 3 up to age 65. She is married to Min-Hom Lin and their first child (a boy) was born in February 2013.
Seromi currently lives in Sung-Nam, South Korea – which is near Seoul. She currently teaches piano to young children in a local Music Academy. She was happy when her former CU roommate visited her in South Korea in the summer of 2012. She got married in 2011.
Cristina Silva Kreutzfeld (Spring 2012)
Cristina and Christian Kreutzfeld were married in September 2012 and they returned to Brazil in Spring 2013, where Cristina is working as a music educator.
Jacquie Haynes Miller (Fall 2008)
Jacquie is the full-time minister of music at Rineyville Baptist Church and founder/director of Jubal's Academy Instrumental Program, which provides band and orchestra to home school families.
Stephanie Noland Mittelkamp (Spring 2009)
Stephanie and Matt Mittelkamp (2008 CU graduate) were married June 11, 2011. They currently live in Auburn, Alabama with their 3 furry children- Lexie, Cadence, and Kona. She is in her last year at Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine and will graduate May 2014. She has been very involved in Christian Veterinary Missions at AUCVM and had the opportunity to go on mission trips to North Carolina, Mexico, and Mongolia. Both Matt and Stephanie are very involved with their praise team at Covenant Presbyterian Church where they both sing, Matt plays piano, and Stephanie occasionally gets the opportunity to play her flute. They are planning to move back to Kentucky following her graduation from AUCVM.
Abby Lanham Peake (Spring 2012)
Abby is currently a College Coach at Marion County High School and helps out with the 21st Century program in Marion County Schools. She married Alex Peake in the summer of 2012.
Denis Santos (Spring 2008)
Denis is an adjunct professor at CU while he is studying for the DMA degree at the University of Kentucky. He also serves as the Music Minister at Pleasant Hill Baptist in Campbellsville and performs/records as a part of the Almeida Duo with Saulo DeAlmeida. He and his wife Ana welcomed their daughter Sophia to the family in January 2009.
Jessica Smith (Spring 2008)
Jessica currently lives in Washington, DC, working as a Sr. Meeting Planner for the American Bar Association, Section of International Law, planning conferences for international lawyers. The thing she loves about her job is that she gets to travel all around the world, although she doesn't always get to see much of it while she's there. She still plays her flute at church and loves living in our nation's capitol!
Joy Rust Snell (Spring 2000)
Joy completed the Bachelor’s degree in Music Education from CU and currently lives in the St. Louis Metro Area (Troy, IL to be exact). She is married to Matthew Snell and they have four children: Lily (born 2004), Luke (born 2005), Jonas (born 2007), and Violet (born 2010). She is a stay-at-home Mom and is able to continue playing her flute, primarily at church.
NaKisha Stargel (Fall 2012)
NaKisha is currently substitute teaching in Campbellsville and will look for a full-time teaching position for Fall 2013.
Tiffany is working a full time job and she helps run the children’s ministries at her local church. She directs the children’s music, teaches basic music to preschoolers up to 5th grade, and she has introduced handbells into their program.
Nina Tsai (Fall 2009)
Nina lives in Kaohsiung, Taiwan and teaches flute at the local elementary and junior high school. She also teaches music appreciation at the university in her city. She married Patrick Huang and they welcomed their son, Yen-Siang Huang, in June 2012.