Rachel Kapp ’16 (M.A., Special Education and Educational Therapy) launched Kapp Educational Therapy Services, a private practice that offers a combination of therapeutic and educational strategies. Working with children in a one-on-one setting, she creates remediation plans tailored to each child’s needs and learning styles, working toward the goal of becoming successful, autonomous learners.


Andrew Mergenthaler ’16 (Electronic Media Management, pictured above) is a production supervisor for Studio Spectrum, where he has worked for the past nine years — throughout his college years and since graduation. Studio Spectrum installs audio-visual systems at CSUN, which is what inspired Mergenthaler to apply to the university’s Cinema and Television Arts (CTVA) program, he said. He started at Pasadena City College and was accepted to CSUN in 2014, to the CTVA electronic media management major. With Studio Spectrum, he specializes in AV installation and live video production.