Class of 1984
Redolphy-Siegel, a 1984 Bethany graduate, transferred to Bethany from Eisenhower College in 1983. During her two years as a Bison, she played tennis, basketball and softball and was captain of the tennis team in 1984. As a junior in softball, her batting average was .410. In 1984, Redolphy-Siegel was named an Academic All-American by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
Off the playing fields, Redolphy-Siegel graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science/history. She made the Dean's list every semester she was in college and was on the National Dean's List in 1984. At Bethany, Redolphy-Siegel was a member of several honor societies, including, Gamma Sigma Kappa (scholastic honors), Phi Alpha Theta (History), Omicron Delta Epsilon (Economics) and the Kalon Leadership Society.
After Bethany, Redolphy-Siegel went on to earn a Master's degree in Public Policy Analysis at Duke University. After working as the Budget Examiner in the Office of Management and Budget for three years and working in the Congressional Budget Office for five years, she currently works for the Food and Drug Administration as the Director of the Division for Budget Formulation. In her six years at that post, she has earned more than a dozen awards for her work.
Redolphy-Siegel, and her husband, Neal, have two children, Matthew and Jason, and reside in Gaithersburg, Md.