Robin Abramowitz Lozano ‘99 has an impressive resume that includes degrees from Georgetown University and Duke University; a solid career in business where she is currently the Chief of Staff Technology for Sonder Hospitality; and forever bragging rights that she is a Jeopardy champion.
The Wyoming Seminary community celebrates the achievements and accolades of our students well after they graduate. Sem is excited to share updates and recognize the contributions and impacts made by Sem alumni in their communities and careers.
The Sem experience is the best I've had in my entire career. Sem does a great job of giving you this foundation — and you don't even realize it sometimes when you are in it. It was, in many ways, one of the most representative environments, diverse environments that I have ever been a part of.Mike MessersmithClass of 1999
David Bass ‘84 came to Wyoming Seminary as a freshman boarding student from Allentown, Pennsylvania. And while he briefly left the Wyoming Valley to attend college, Bass now calls Northeastern Pennsylvania home where he is an influential member of the community.
Mike Messersmith ‘99 traveled across the world and lived throughout the country, building an incredible career that has stretched from an elementary school classroom to the United States Navy and an entrepreneurial business opportunity that started with three people and now has more than 100 employees.