Where Are They Now? April 18, 2016 Norlyn S. Asprec (MA, Creative Arts, ‘13) joined California Health Professions Education Foundation as the marketing and outreach director. Margaret O'Neil, PhD (PhD, Physical Therapy, ‘99) co-created a body-controlled video game called Kollect that utilizes physical therapy exercises for patients with cerebral palsy. Dr. O'Neil is a physical therapist and an associate professor in Drexel’s physical therapy and rehabilitation sciences department. Michael Clark, RN, DrNP, CRNP, CNL (DRNP, ‘10), a clinical assistant professor of nursing at Rutgers University–Camden, co-developed a screencast designed to educate and better prepare nurses caring for Parkinson’s disease patients in order to minimize preventable adverse outcomes for those patients. Sarah Waybright (MS, Human Nutrition, ’10), a registered dietitian and owner of WhyFoodWorks.com, was featured in a Forbes article "Four Ways Talented 20-Somethings Are Building Great Careers."