LVC graduates are excelling in their careers. Here is a sample of just a few of our alumni who have made a major impact in their field.
The Honorable Thomas W. Corbett ’71 was the 46th Governor of Pennsylvania. His wife, Susan Manbeck Corbett ’72, former vice president with the National Park Service’s Gettysburg Foundation, is also an alum and the two met on campus as undergrads.
Dr. Elizabeth Miller Bains ’64 worked primarily with the Space Shuttle program and the Hubble Space Telescope.
Dr. Martin L. Gluntz ’53, vice president, Hershey International Division, was responsible for developing the Special Dark bar and Kit Kat bar for the U.S. market.
Dr. Robert E. Harbaugh ’74, serves as the director of neurosurgery and professor of neurosciences, Pennsylvania State University, Milton S. Hershey Medical Center; and Dr. Si Pham ’79, is the head of cardiothoracic surgery at the Mayo Clinic Florida and member of the surgical team that performed the historic combined heart and liver transplant on the late Pennsylvania Governor Robert P. Casey.
Mike Rhoades ’95 guided Virginia Commonwealth University into this year’s NCAA Tournament. One of his top assistants is J.D. Byers ’05.
Douglas Ebersole, Esq. ’78, attorney, biotechnology consultant, entrepreneur, and investor, was a former attorney for Jobs.
Todd Snovel ’06, recently became the first executive director of the first-ever LGBTQ Affairs Commission, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.