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Updated December 7, 2020

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Alumni News
When County Commissioner Chester Ellis [MEd '96] vocalizes concerns about hardships faced by struggling families, he speaks from personal experience. A Chatham County native, Ellis grew up as the seventh sibling in a family of 10 kids living in a succession of rented homes around Savannah, some of them sharing a detached bathroom with neighbors. A tragedy ironically propelled the Ellis family toward a more secure life. "My younger brother, who was a year and two days younger than I am, got killed by a car, and from that settlement my father built a home in West Savannah," Ellis recalls. "Things became stable for us. We were no longer renters, we were homeowners then, and so that was a proud moment." Now finishing up a term as Chatham County commissioner for District 8, Ellis is hoping to experience another proud moment by winning his bid as the Democratic candidate for Commission chair in the Nov. 3 election.
John Carew, Cambridge College faculty member
Faculty Spotlight
Cambridge College Core Faculty Member John Carew, PhD, has been awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Massachusetts Mental Health Counseling Association (MaMHCA). Carew has been a long-term advocate for the mental health counseling profession. He served as a voice for mental health counselors in the development of the LMHC regulations and the creation of the first licensing board in Massachusetts. He has been involved with Counselor Educator programs, and an active member of MARIACES, serving on many joint MARIACES/MaMHCA committees to advocate for counseling graduate students and LMHCs and with various MA state departments as well as on an international level (through IRTAC). John is a licensed psychologist and led the way for many other mental health counseling faculty members with other degrees and licenses by being the first to also become an LMHC. As a long-time faculty member at Cambridge College, John has been a continuous, strong positive influence on new mental health counseling professionals as they grow in the field.