Sonnet Donohue is an Idaho girl through and through! Despite living on the East Coast the first two years of her life, Idaho has been her real home from the start. Surrounded by a large and loving family, she decided to stay local for college, attending The College of Idaho (also known as Albertson College). She earned a double B.A. in History and Literature in English. She later decided to attend graduate school at Idaho State University, in Pocatello, earning an M.A. in English. Her career choices have led to dramatically different types of employment. A partial list of past occupations includes library page, substitute teacher, technician for adults and children with developmental disabilities, and, most recently, house manager at a residential assisted living facility for adults who struggle with mental illness.
Like her name might suggest, Sonnet has a love of reading and writing. Her book collection is a thing of beauty! She designs jewelry in leisure moments and spends as much time with her family as she can. Like Sonnet herself, her family consists of know-it-alls and fiercely competitive board game players.
She is excited to be part of the IAS team!