Alumnae Spotlight: Christine Kelley Storch, ’02

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What was your favorite memory during your time at Meredith?

My favorite memory at Meredith would have to be walking into Cornhuskin’ senior year. We had light sabers in the dark and as we all raised them I knew that this was a “snap shot” moment that I would never forget.

What was your favorite tradition?

My Favorite tradition at Meredith would have to be the Ring Dinner. It is such a great reminder that you as a Meredith student are part of a larger Meredith network of alumnae.

 Who was your favorite Professor or what was your favorite class? Why?

This is really hard I had some amazing professors but I would have to say Dr. Novak was my favorite professor. He was also my advisor and was such a great sounding board as I navigated my college career and beyond.

What is your favorite thing about being a Meredith Alumna?

My favorite thing about being a Meredith Alumna is getting back on campus. I am so impressed with what the current student body is accomplishing. Their scholarly works and spirit are inspiring to me as an Alumna.

Tell us what you have been up to since you graduated from Meredith!

It’s hard to believe that it has been almost fifteen years since I graduated. During that time, I have founded my own company, Dashing Social Media, LLC, a boutique marketing firm specializing in the digital marketing needs of small to midsize businesses. I have been involved with many fantastic organizations in the Winston-Salem area including the Junior League of Winston-Salem, Brenner Children’s Hospital and The Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem, to name a few. I am also married to Bain and mom to Nelson (10) and Rand (8).

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Ava Leigh Jackson Naylor
    Apr 07, 2017 @ 10:25:03

    I recall those light sabers! That was my first Cornhuskin’ and it was truly something you “just had to experience” to understand the class spirit and comratrry of your class and big sis’ class. Thank you for sharing, Christine. It made me recall some of my favorite memories as well.

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