Where Are Our Students Now?

Barnell Hampton (1998) is a program analyst with E&J Gallo Winery in Modesto.

Brooks Hanley (2012) is a solutions marketing engineer at Keysight Technologies in Santa Rosa. He received both an MS in electrical engineering and an MBA at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo in 2014.

Elizabeth Harmony (2005) is a technician with Broadcom Inc.

Roy W. Harthorn (1978) performs expert witness investigations and testimony for attorneys and insurance companies related to building codes, construction defects, personal injury, and ADA in Santa Barbara. He is a former chief of building and safety for the city of Santa Barbara and is currently a member of the California State Historic Building Safety Board.

David K. Hawk (1977) is retired from his position as a software engineer at Lockheed Martin in Sunnyvale.

Douglas Hayes (1975) has been an architect, builder, and chef. He now works as a preservations consultant with the Preservation Sanctuary Learning Center in Calistoga.

John H. Hayes (1997) is the principal of Hayes Graphics in Camarillo. He was formerly a computer specialist with the high energy astrophysics division of the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory in Cambridge, MA, where he worked on the Chandra X-ray Observatory.

Harvey Hecht (1992) is the information technology manager for Service Employees International Union Local 1021 in northern California. He earned a master's degree in computer science at Regis University in 2006.

Michael W. Helm (1982) is now a self-employed property manager. For 31 years he was a network engineer at the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, where he worked on the Energy Sciences Network and other projects.

Don Herriot (1972) is the owner of four businesses (BREWS on Main; BREWS on the Alley; Xtreme Fitness and GC Residential Deveopment) in upstate South Carolina. He was the director of Innovista Partnerships, the research district established by the University of South Carolina, from 2010 to 2013. He retired in 2009 from his position as head of Global Chemical Operations for Swiss drug maker Roche Pharmaceuticals. He was responsible for the production of Roche's chemically produced pharmaceutical active ingredients at four factories in Europe and three in North America. He has also served as chairman of the South Carolina Governor’s Task Force on Workforce Education, the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce, and was founding chair of the School Foundation. He is currently chair of the South Carolina Research Authority. He was one of SSU’s Distinguished Alumni in 2003. In 2005 he was further honored with the Ashpy P. Lowrimore award of the United Way of Florence County.