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What We Mean By “Work”

By Ana Amiguet For most of us, the word “work” carries the heavy connotation of all the things we are supposed to do—but really want to avoid.  It brings visions of stress and ulcers, of late nights and stale coffee.  But if you are one of the lucky few who truly loves what you do, […]

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Navigating the Social Waters through The Elementary Years

By Stephanie Ellis Stephanie Ellis holds a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Oglethorpe University as well as a Master’s of Education from Loyola College in Baltimore. She trained at the AMI Washington Montessori Institute in Columbia, Maryland. She explores the world through books, movies, seminars, and further collegiate study. Her two children (Rowan, age […]

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Natalie Scurry Alston

Portrait of a Graduate – Natalie Scurry Alston

by Mary Schilli Some of you may have had the pleasure of meeting Natalie Scurry Alston at the Anami student and alumni panel last fall.  Natalie graduated summa cum laude from North Carolina State University with an engineering degree and then graduated from Harvard Law School.  She now practices law in Charlotte at Robinson Bradshaw […]

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