Albright students, alumni and staff penned a conglomerate of articles celebrating “Best of Berks” winners for Berks County Living magazine’s December 2020 edition. The project was coordinated and edited by Albright faculty member Marian Wolbers.
Albrightians who published “Best of Berks” entries for Berks County Living include:
Cameron Chisholm ’22, child and family studies major
Courtney Ell-Suders ’22, organizational behavior/applied psychology major in the School of Professional Studies
Abdaliz Garcia ’21, organizational behavior/applied psychology major in the School of Professional Studies
Francheska Guzman ’21, digital communications major
Aaron Hinsey ’23, alpha program major
Nicole E. Morrow ’22, organizational behavior/applied psychology major in the School of Professional Studies
Rebecca Spiess-Flickinger ’22 business administration major in the School of Professional Studies
Angela Cremer ’17, communications graduate
Kylah E. Freeman ’16, fashion design graduate
Elise Nelson ’18, communications graduate
Jill E. Sheetz ’04, English graduate
Faculty & Staff
Kelly Tanger ’03
The 2020 edition marks 20 years of Berks County Living’s Best in Berks awards. Ballots are cast by thousands of local residents for categories that include Best Places to Break for Lunch, Best Place for Family Fun and Best Car Dealership. Authors, who interviewed and penned articles on award recipients, are listed at the end of each section.