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Saint Vincent College announces 2022 Athletic Hall of Fame class, recognizes 2020 and 2021 inductees

by Public Relations | September 09, 2022


LATROBE, PA – Saint Vincent College will induct 15 individuals into its Athletic Hall of Fame at a 10:00 a.m. brunch and induction ceremony on Saturday, Sept. 10, in the Fred M. Rogers Center. The inductees will also be introduced that afternoon during halftime of the 1 p.m. Saint Vincent football game against Washington & Jefferson College at Chuck Noll Field.The 2020, 2021 and 2022 inductees include Armando Fortunado, C’12, football; Kristin (Meyers) Moran, C’06, basketball; Joe Picheler, C’05, baseball; Brittany Sedlock, C’12, basketball; Kristen (Lancas) Manley, C’04, G’07, basketball; Sarah (Johnston) Barnett, C’06, cross-country; Dr. Jeffrie Mallory, C’06, G’13, basketball; Mike Medved, C’09, basketball; James Scott, C’70, club football; Robert Delach, C’80, soccer; Christina (Basilone) White, C’06, soccer; Ivette Mejia, C’12, cross-country; Andrea Taylor, C’04, soccer; Louis Posa, C’68, baseball; and Hannah Doblick, C’04, lacrosse.The highest level of recognition presented to student-athletes, coaches and teams at Saint Vincent College, the Athletic Hall of Fame formally recognizes student-athletes and teams who not only excelled in the classroom and on the field of athletic competition during their collegiate careers, but also excelled once leaving Saint Vincent. Inductees to the Hall of Fame exemplify the lessons they learned in athletics and through their Benedictine education.



Armando Fortunato was a force at linebacker during his four-year career with the Bearcats. Over his four-year career, the Brockway native totaled 236 tackles, including 30.0 for loss and 10.5 sacks. As a senior in 2011, he earned First Team All-PAC honors after posting 77 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss and 4.0 sacks, along with one interception, in leading the Bearcats to a 6-4 regular season mark and a berth in the ECAC Southwest Bowl. As a junior in 2010, he recorded 95 tackles to finish fourth in the PAC, while he also ranked among the top-10 in the conference in tackles for loss (11.5) and sacks (4.5) enroute to Second Team All-PAC honors. He burst onto the scene as a sophomore in 2009, starting all 10 games and totaling 60 tackles and 12.0 TFLs. In 2014, Fortunato earned the prestigious honor of being named to the PAC’s 60th Anniversary Team, which recognized the league’s top 60 players over its first 60 years. Fortunato graduated from SVC with honors with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and earned the athletic department’s William Rafferty Award, which honors senior student-athletes who achieved excellence in both athletics and academics.

He went on to earn a master’s degree in accounting from the University of Pittsburgh and currently serves as the chief financial officer for Guardian Healthcare in Brockway. He and wife, Natalie (Wolff), also a Saint Vincent graduate, reside in Brockway and are the proud parents of three children, Amelia (6), Armando IV (3) and Angelo (1). They are members of Saint Tobias Catholic Church, at which Fortunato sits on the finance council and serves as a junior high faith formation instructor. He also serves as a Brockway Borough councilman and a board member of the Brockway Schools and Community Education Foundation.



Kristin Moran was a four-year standout for the Bearcat women’s basketball team and ranks ninth all-time in team history with 1,406 career points, while her 156 career three-point field goals rank second all-time in the team record books. As a freshman in the 2002-03 season, Myers totaled 197 points and 19 three-point field goals, helping the Bearcats to a 22-12 overall record, a 16-2 American Mideast Conference (AMC) mark and a trip to the NAIA National Tournament, where they dropped a 67-66 heartbreaker in the opening round. Myers battled through injury as a sophomore in 2003-04 to total 213 points in 20 games, before scoring a team-leading 14.7 points per game and 53 three-pointers as a junior in 2004-05 enroute to First Team All-AMC honors. She would go on to repeat as a First Team all-conference pick as a senior, finishing fourth in the conference with 19.6 points per game and third with 60 three-point field goals.

Moran graduated from Saint Vincent with a bachelor’s degree in sociology. A native of Ford City, Pennsylvania, she resides in Leechburg with her husband, Mark, and three children, Brinley (4), Jaxson (3) and Bryson (10 months). She is employed as an administrative assistant for Myers Well Services in Export and as an esthetician at Mac’s Lash and Skin Studio in Murrysville. She is also heavily involved as a volunteer for Semper Gratus, a non-profit organization that supports pediatric patients suffering from cancer, diseases and disabilities.



After transferring to Saint Vincent College in 2002 as a junior, Joe Pichler quickly made his mark as one of the top hitters in the long history of Bearcat baseball. In 92 career games, the Rockville, Maryland, native split time between first and third base and batted .354 with 14 home runs, 25 doubles and 87 RBIs. As a junior in 2003, Pichler earned First Team All-American Mideast Conference (AMC) honors after batting .348 with six homers, 13 doubles and 46 RBIs. A year later, Pichler batted .359 with eight home runs, 12 doubles and 41 RBIs enroute to a host of post-season accolades. Named First Team All-AMC for the second time, he also was selected as the team’s most valuable player, was named NAIA All-Region and All-America and became the first, and only, player in team history to be named AMC Player of the Year. Along with his individual success, Pichler was also a main cog for two of the most successful teams in school history. During his 2003 junior year, the Bearcats won a program record 27 games, while a season later, the Bearcats won the AMC championship and advanced to the NAIA Region IX championship game, falling one win short of reaching the NAIA World Series. 

Pichler graduated from Saint Vincent with a bachelor’s degree in marketing and currently works as the executive director of financial operations for TEKsystems Inc. He and wife, Sarah, reside in Gilbert, Arizona, and are the proud parents of three children, Brandon (9) and twins Kate and Clara (5). They are active members of Sun Valley Community Church and volunteer for a host of charitable activities. Though retired from baseball, Pichler is a certified volunteer soccer, football and basketball coach for youth sports organizations in Gilbert.



Brittany Sedlock graduated in 2012 as arguably the most decorated player in the history of Saint Vincent College women’s basketball. She concluded her stellar four-year career with 1,462 points to rank eighth all-time in team history, while her 943 career rebounds are good for second all-time. After averaging 6.3 points and 7.4 rebounds as a freshman in 2008-09, Sedlock earned her first All-Presidents’ Athletic Conference honor after a 2009-10 season in which she averaged 12.1 points and 7.5 rebounds, helping the Bearcats to a 23-5 record and the ECAC South Region title. In 2010-11, Sedlock was named the Bearcats’ first-ever PAC Player of the Year after averaging 16.8 points and 9.0 rebounds. Along with the conference honor, she also became SVC’s first All-Region and All-America selection, while she led the Bearcats to a 24-5 record and their first NCAA Division III National Championship Tournament appearance. She capped off her career with a banner 2011-12 season, averaging 16.7 points and 10.1 rebounds. She totaled a school-record 292 rebounds on the year, highlighted by a 20- rebound effort in a January win over Waynesburg, which remains the team’s single-game record. For the second straight season, she was named All-American, All-Region and PAC Player of the Year, while becoming the first SVC basketball player to earn the prestigious honor of CoSIDA Academic All-America. The 2011-12 Bearcats finished 22-7 and earned their second NCAA National Tournament berth.

Sedlock, who spent the 2012-13 season as assistant coach of the Bearcat women’s basketball team, graduated magna cum laude from SVC with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and minor in secondary education, before going on to earn a master’s in technology with a certificate in STEM from California University of Pennsylvania. Since 2014, she has served as a math teacher and head girls basketball coach at Central Cambria High School in Ebensburg, Pennsylvania. Sedlock is an active member of Prince of Peace Parish in Northern Cambria and is engaged to be married to fiancée Josh Bracken.



A native of Charleroi, Kristen Manley was one of the main figures in the success of the SVC women’s basketball team at the turn of the century. A 2004 Kodak All-American and two-time All-American Mideast Conference selection, Manley amassed 1,168 career points while helping the Bearcats to a 71-49 record over her four-year career, including a 55-19 mark in AMC play. As a sophomore in 2001-02, Manley averaged 9.0 points and totaled 75 rebounds and 14 three- point field goals, while helping the Bearcats to an 18-11 record and an appearance in the AMC championship. In 2002-03, Manley earned her first All-AMC honor, averaging 12.2 points and 3.4 rebounds, while totaling 29 three-pointers and 50 steals. That season, she helped the Bearcats to a 22-12 overall record and a berth in the NAIA National Championship Tournament, where they suffered a heartbreaking, one-point loss in the opening round. In 2003-04, Manley repeated as a First Team All-AMC pick, while also adding the prestigious honor of Kodak/Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) All-America, after averaging 14.6 points and 5.0 rebounds, with 32 three-pointers and 40 steals. Following her senior season, she received the 2004 Bearcat Athletic Club Award, given to the school’s top female student-athlete.

Manley graduated with honors in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and early childhood/elementary education. After graduation, she spent a two-year stint as assistant women’s basketball coach under the-late Kristen Zawacki, during which she earned a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction. Manley is currently a fifth-grade teacher at Merion Elementary School in the Belle Vernon School District and an active parishioner at Saint Anne’s Catholic Church in Rostraver Township. She and her husband, John, also a Saint Vincent College graduate, reside in Rostraver and are the proud parents of sons Max (11) and Mason (8).



More than 15 years after graduating, Sarah (Johnson) Barnett remains one of the top runners in the history of the Bearcat women’s cross-country team, as she is a two-time All-American Mideast Conference and All-Region honoree, a two-time NAIA Scholar-Athlete honoree and a two-time NAIA National Championship qualifier. As a junior in 2004, Barnett earned All-AMC honors by placing ninth in the championship race in 19 minutes, 40 seconds. She also earned NAIA All-Region IX and a spot in the NAIA National Championship race, where she ran to a 79th-place finish, out of 258 runners, in a time of 19 minutes, 27 seconds. Barnett repeated each of these feats again as a senior in 2005. At the AMC Championship, she earned All-AMC honors with an eighth-place finish in 19 minutes, 1 second, helping the Bearcats to a third-place team finish. She would then compete at the NAIA National Championship for a second straight season, placing 91st in a 260-runner field in 19 minutes, 16 seconds. A two-time NAIA Scholar- Athlete honoree, she would go on to be named a recipient of the SVC William Rafferty Award, recognizing student-athletes who excel academically and athletically, and was named the 2006 Westmoreland County YWCA Sportswoman of the Year.

Barnett, a native of Manassas, Virginia, graduated from Saint Vincent with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and went on to earn a certificate in local government management from Virginia Tech. She works as the operations manager and aquatics manager for the City of Manassas Department of Parks and Recreation. She and her husband, Shane, reside in Bristow, Virginia, and have three children, Natalie (19), Mallory (13) and Bennett (11). They are active parishioners at All Saints Catholic Church in Manassas.



During a storied four-year playing career, Dr. Jeff Mallory became arguably the most dominant big man in Saint Vincent men’s basketball history during the team’s most successful era. A native of Bedford, Virginia, Mallory started 118 of a possible 119 games over his four-year career and ranks fifth in program history with 1,580 career points. He is also the team’s all-time leader with 313 blocked shots, while he also totaled 854 rebounds (7.2 per game) and shot 55.9 percent from the field. As a freshman in 2002-03, Mallory averaged 9.0 points and 4.9 rebounds, while shooting 57 percent from the field and blocking 53 shots, as the Bearcats finished 24-4 and advanced to the Elite Eight of the NAIA National Tournament, ascending to a #2 ranking in the national polls. In 2003-04, Mallory earned All-American Mideast Conference honors after averaging 12.7 points and 7.3 rebounds. He helped the Bearcats run the table in the AMC Championship Tournament, winning four games in five nights, capped off with a dramatic overtime win over Ohio Dominican to clinch a berth in the NAIA National Tournament, where they would eventually reach the Sweet Sixteen. In 2004-05, the Bearcats went a perfect 14-0 in AMC play to win the conference title, before again reaching the Sweet Sixteen and finishing with a 25-5 overall record as Mallory repeated as an All-AMC pick, averaging 12.3 points and 7.0 rebounds, while shooting 60 percent from the field and leading the conference with 83 blocked shots. He wrapped up his career by earning All-AMC, All-Region and All- American honors as a senior in 2005-06 after averaging 19.1 points and 9.0 rebounds per game and leading the conference with 90 blocked shots, the second-most in a single season in program history.

Mallory earned a bachelor’s degree from Saint Vincent in public policy analysis and went on to play professionally in Spain for the Cajasur Cordoba Basketball Club from 2007-09. He then returned to Saint Vincent to serve as director of campus and multicultural student life and assistant men’s basketball coach from 2009-12. During this time, he also completed SVC’s Master of Science in Management: Operational Excellence program. Following his first stint at SVC, Mallory worked at Duquesne University, first as director of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion from 2014-18 before being elevated to assistant vice president for diversity, inclusion and student advancement. During his time at Duquesne, he earned a doctorate of education in educational leadership. In July 2020, Mallory came back home to Saint Vincent and assumed his current role of executive vice president and chief operating officer. He and his wife, Amy, also an SVC graduate, reside in Unity Township and are the proud parents of daughters Brooke and Kate and son Reed.



Mike Medved was a key four-year player for the Bearcat men’s basketball team, as the prototypical power forward helped the team to a combined record of 76-30 over his career. Medved was a two-year co-captain and earned Presidents’ Athletic Conference Coaches Honors, the equivalent of All-PAC recognition for provisional NCAA members, following both his junior and senior seasons. After being a valuable contributor off the bench as both a freshman and sophomore, Medved became a full-time starter as a junior in 2007-08 and averaged 8.2 points and 5.2 rebounds and ranked among conference leaders with a .588 field goal percentage. The next season, he averaged 12.4 points and 7.4 rebounds, while leading the conference in field goal percentage (.589), blocked shots (37) and offensive rebounds (88). For his career, he ranks second all-time in program history in field goal percentage, shooting .574. Along with his two PAC Coaches Honors, Medved was also a two-year selection to the PAC Academic Honor Roll, won the SVC William Rafferty Award recognizing academic and athletic excellence and received the SVC Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Most Dedicated Student-Athlete Award in 2009.

An eight-time Dean’s List honoree and an inductee of both the Kappa Delta Pi and the Chi Alpha Sigma honor societies, Medved graduated with a bachelor’s degree in history and a minor in education. He then moved to the United Kingdom, where he earned a master’s degree in business management from Leeds Metropolitan University while also playing basketball professionally for Leeds Carnegie. During his two seasons, he averaged 13 points and 10.5 rebounds per game, while leading the England Basketball League in three-point shooting and field goal percentage. His team won the league championship in 2010, while finishing runner-up in 2011. Along with earning his graduate degree and playing professional basketball while in England, Medved also launched a successful career as a singer-songwriter. He has been a featured performer in the SXSW Fringe Festival in Austin, Texas, and has received airplay on Pittsburgh stations Y108 and WDVE, while he has been named to The Knot’s “Best of” wedding vendors each year between 2018-21. Along with his music career, Medved is a social studies teacher in the West Jefferson Hills School District and resides in Jefferson Hills with wife, Hillary, and children Simon (4) and Ruth (2).



A 1970 graduate, James Scott was responsible for creating the club football team at Saint Vincent College. As a sophomore in 1967, Scott noticed that a large number of his classmates regularly played pick-up football games on campus. After gauging the interest of his fellow students in pursuing club football and receiving support from SVC’s student government, Scott secured Latrobe’s Memorial Stadium as a home venue and formed a committee to raise the funds needed for equipment, travel, insurance and officials. He successfully raised the money and SVC club football began play in 1968, filling the void left on campus after the discontinuation of varsity football in 1962. Competing in the National Club Football Association, the SVC club football team quickly became a success, competing against opponents including Duquesne University, LaSalle University, Catholic University, Saint Francis College and Scranton University. The SVC club football team competed through the 1979 season, serving as a precursor for the return of varsity football in 2006.

Scott graduated from SVC with a bachelor’s degree in political science, earning the College’s 1970 John J. Maloney Award for scholastic ability, leadership and character. He retired as director of congressional and public affairs for the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Carderock, Maryland, and earned a host of professional and civic honors, including the U.S. Coast Guard Public Service Award (1975, 1976), the Baltimore Federal Executive Career Service Award for Community Relations and an executive citation from Anne Arundel County for promoting boating safety, while in 2017, he was named a Saint Vincent College Alumni of Distinction. He and his wife, Kathi, have two adult children, Sarah and Jesse, and reside in Arnold, Maryland.



Robert DeLach was a four-year standout for the Bearcat men’s soccer team. He started all 48 games in his career, primarily at the central midfield spot, and was a two-year team captain and four-year All-District honoree. He also served as one of the main building blocks for the Bearcat men’s soccer program. During his first two seasons, the Bearcats totaled just one win and one tie, but under the leadership of Delach and young head coach John Granish, they would surpass the .500 mark by Delach’s final season. He also worked closely with Granish to recruit prospective student-athletes, and the hard work paid off, as they quickly build the program into a national contender which would go 8-4-1 in 1981 before finishing 11-1-1 and winning the NAIA District 18 championship. Though Delach had graduated, he had a big impact on these successful seasons.

Delach, who was honored with the SVC E. Albert DeLuca Award as a senior in 1980, graduated with a degree in accounting, and would go on to complete the Venture Capital Executive Program at the University of California-Berkeley. He has enjoyed a successful career in finance and currently heads Robert J. Delach Business Consulting in Pittsburgh. He and his wife, Kathleen, reside in Pittsburgh and are active members of Saint Philip Roman Catholic Parish. They have four adult children, Elizabeth, Jennifer, Sara and Caitlin.



Christina (Basilone) White excelled as a two-way midfielder for the Bearcat women’s soccer team during their most successful period in team history. A two-year team captain and four-time All-American Mideast Conference honoree, White started all 75 games over her four-year career and remains the program record-holder with 49 career assists, while her 87 career points rank third all-time. As a freshman in 2002, White totaled 24 points, on six goals and a team-high 12 assists, enroute to Second Team All-AMC honors. In 2003, she earned First Team All-AMC accolades after totaling 23 points, on six goals and 11 assists. White became the first player in SVC women’s soccer history to earn NAIA All-America honors in 2004, when she finished with six goals, 11 assists and 23 points while helping the Bearcats to a 5-2-1 conference mark and a berth in the conference playoffs. She earned her fourth straight All-AMC honor in 2005, recording two goals, 13 assists and 17 points in leading the Bearcats to a team-record 11 wins and another AMC playoff berth. The 2005 campaign also marked the second straight in which White earned NAIA Scholar All-American honors. 

White graduated with honors with a bachelor’s degree in psychology education and certifications in early childhood education (N-3) and elementary education (K-6). She was named the 2006 SVC Outstanding Student Educator, was inducted into the Psi Chi and Kappa Delta Pi honor societies and was named the 2006 winner of the Rafferty Award, given to student-athletes who excel both academically and athletically. White went on to earn a master’s degree in education at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, graduating summa cum laude and earning induction into the Phi Kappa Phi honor society. A second-grade teacher in the Kiski Area School District, she and her husband, Bret, a 2005 Saint Vincent graduate, are the proud parents of two children, Cameron (8) and Andrew (5). They reside in Sarver and are active members at Saint Mary, Mother of God Catholic Church in Freeport.



Ivette Mejia enjoyed arguably the most prolific running career in the history of women’s cross country at Saint Vincent College. A four-time All-Presidents’ Athletic Conference honoree, two- time PAC Champion, two-time All-Region honoree and 2011 NCAA All-American, Mejia remains the team record-holder in both the 5- and 6-kilometer distances. Mejia earned All-PAC honors as both a freshman and a sophomore, placing 10th at the conference championship in 2008 and third in 2009, before beginning a two-year run as the league’s most dominant runner. As a junior in 2010, Mejia won the conference championship and earned PAC Runner of the Year accolades after posting a 6K time of 22:41 to win by a 29-second margin. A week later, she earned All-Region honors with a 23rd-place finish, in a field of 314 runners, at the NCAA Mideast Regional Championship. She began her senior season by placing first in each of her team’s first three meets, before establishing a still-standing program record with a 5K time of 18:04 at the National Catholic Invitational at the University of Notre Dame. She would go on to again place first in three of her team’s final five events, which included her second straight PAC title in a school-record time of 23:33, an unprecedented 70 seconds ahead of second place. At the NCAA Mideast Regional Championships, Mejia finished ninth in a loaded field to become the first runner in team history to qualify for the NCAA Division III National Championship. Mejia then concluded her stellar career at the national meet by placing 29th overall, in a field of 280 runners, to become the firstand still only runner in team history to be named NCAA All- American.

Mejia graduated with a bachelor’s degree in management. She returned to her hometown of New York City and has continued to run competitively in the road racing circuit, successfully qualifying for the 2020 USA Olympic marathon trials. Mejia is also active in coaching, as she works as a training supervisor at New York Road Runners Inc., and as assistant track and field and cross-country coach at Baruch College in New York City.



Over a stellar four-year career, Andrea Taylor established herself as arguably the top goalkeeper in the history of Saint Vincent College women’s soccer. Taylor was a four-time All- American Mideast Conference honoree and owns program records in career shutouts (20), career saves (668) and single-season saves (206), while posting a career goals-against average of 1.66. Along with her 20 career shutouts, Taylor surrendered just one goal 20 times. Taylor started 17 of 20 during her freshman season of 2000, recording 165 saves, four shutouts and a 2.04 goals-against average enroute to honorable mention All-AMC honors. The next season, she started all 20 games, recording a program-record 206 saves, six shutouts and a 1.70 goals-against average. She was named First Team All-AMC in 2002 after recording 120 saves, five clean sheets and a 1.42 goals-against average. She repeated as a First Team All-AMC honoree as a senior in 2003, recording a then-school record seven shutouts and tallying a 1.53 goals-against average, backstopping the Bearcats to their first ever AMC playoff berth.

A native of Peters Township, Taylor earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Saint Vincent College and is currently working towards a Master of Business Administration degree with a focus in project management at Waynesburg University. Taylor is currently personal assistant to Detroit Lions tight end Devin Funchess while also coaching youth basketball and serving as a USA Pickleball Ambassador. An American Legion Award Winner, Taylor is a member of The Bible Chapel church in McMurray and is the proud mom to three children: Cameron (11), Oliver (9), and Taylor (7).



Louis Posa was a two-year standout for the Bearcat baseball team under head coach Dodo Canterna. Posa was the ace of the SVC pitching staff as a freshman and sophomore, before the College discontinued the sport prior to his junior year. Posa had offers to sign a professional contract after tryouts with the Saint Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox following his sophomore season but decided to remain at Saint Vincent College to continue his education. He would continue to play semi-professionally after graduation for three years.

Posa served as a coach in the Mount Vernon Youth Association in Elizabeth Township for many years, while also serving a stint as the organization’s treasurer. He and his wife, Molly, are active members of Saints Joachim and Anne Parish in Elizabeth, and he was a former president of its parish council. Posa graduated from Saint Vincent with a bachelor’s degree in accounting, and is president of Van-Veck Electric Supply Company in Charleroi. He and Molly reside in McKeesport.



Nearly 20 years after graduating from Saint Vincent College, Hannah Doblick remains one of the most prolific scorers in the history of the Bearcat women’s lacrosse team. Over her stellar four-year career, Doblick netted 172 goals, 20 assists and 192 points. The 172 goals remained a team record for 14 years and still stands as second-most in program history, while her 192 points stood as a team record for 11 years and currently rank fifth all-time in the team’s record books. Doblick was her team’s leading scorer in all four seasons. After bursting onto the scene by scoring 27 goals as a freshman in 2001, she topped the 40-goal mark in each of her final three seasons. In 2001, she recorded 52 points, on 42 goals and 10 assists, before going for 55 points (47G, 8A) as a junior in 2003. She then exploded for 56 goals as a senior, which remained the program’s single-season record for nine seasons and currently ranks seventh all- time.

Doblick, a native of Sutersville, earned a bachelor’s degree in communication from Saint Vincent. She currently lives in Los Angeles, California, and is a celebrity on-air talent, DJ, producer and mental health advocate. She has served as livestream host for broadcasts of Boannaroo (2022), Lollapalooza (2021, 2022) and Portugal’s Concert for Earth (2022), while she was the DJ for the Major League Baseball All-Star Draft Party in 2022. Doblick is the CEO and founder of Rad One Productions, directing events for Twitch’s Women’s History Month 2022 series and LA Pride’s 2022 OutLoud Spotlight Series. As a mental health advocate, she executive produced and hosted a 36-hour Twitch marathon in 2021 raising money for the National Alliance on Mental Illness.