Alumni Profile: Liz Bethel Eggert ’88

Name:

Liz Bethel Eggert ’88

Liz Bethel Eggert ’88

Education:

Bachelor of Science in Human Ecology, Textile Science, The Ohio State University

Current Profession:

Scientist, Procter & Gamble, Fabric Care

What activities were you involved with as a student at Holy Name?

Spanish Club, Ski Club, and National Honor Society

Who was your favorite teacher and/or what was your favorite subject?

While I love science, my favorite class was a sewing class with Mrs. Stamler. It was so much fun! Classes like this spark creativity which is such an important life skill. I still sew today and even have one of my works displayed in a museum.

What is your fondest memory of Holy Name?

My fondest memory is the many caring teachers – Mr. Langa, Mrs. Anderson, Mr. H. Wroblewski, Mr. R. Wroblewski, Mr. Moderick. The list goes on and on. Teachers have a huge impact on students in not only what they teach, but how they interact with the students. The teachers at Holy Name helped me build up confidence in myself academically, socially, and spiritually.

How did Holy Name prepare you for your life as an adult?

Holy Name provided me with the skills and values to have a successful future. Along with a solid academic education, I learned time management, teamwork, and communication skills. I also learned how to deal with challenges that life brings. These are skills I use every day whether at work or with my family.

Liz Bethel Eggert ’88

What does Holy Name mean to you?

Holy Name is a place with great academics and where lifelong friendships are created.