Category: 2000s

Amy (Boruff) Dziewiontkoski, ’07

By Emma Hassemer Amy (Boruff) Dziewiontkoski is saying goodbye to her senior-year dreams of selling billboards and hello to her new partner manager position at Pinterest. “I have a passion for the creative side of things,” said Dziewiontkoski. “I love the idea of selling a platform and connecting people with topics that they’re excited about.” … Continue reading Amy (Boruff) Dziewiontkoski, ’07

Bethany Kohoutek ’03

By Aleksandra Ivanisevic Bethany Kohoutek, a 2003 Greenlee graduate, originally dreamed of a career in reporting. Today, she’s found her calling as the vice president of marketing and communications with Lutheran Services in Iowa. During her time at Greenlee, Kohoutek developed an interest in journalism. She recalls being an Iowa State Daily reporter when the … Continue reading Bethany Kohoutek ’03

Joe Crimmings ’06

When Joe Crimmings started at Iowa State, he didn’t have aspirations to be a photographer. In fact, he didn’t even own a professional camera. After receiving his first DSLR camera for Christmas freshman year, Crimmings was hooked. Crimmings picked up some photo classes while pursuing a graphic design degree. He eventually exhausted his photography options … Continue reading Joe Crimmings ’06

Dan McClanahan ’08

It wasn’t until a couple years into the journalism program at Iowa State’s Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication that Dan McClanahan realized he loved photography. After taking some classes with the Pulitzer Prize-winning professor, Dennis Chamberlin, McClanahan developed a passion for photography. In one of Chamberlin’s photography classes, the class was assigned a portrait … Continue reading Dan McClanahan ’08