Regina Dixon-Reeves, Jour ’82 was named assistant vice provost for diversity and inclusion at the University of Chicago. Previously, she served as the executive director of diversity and inclusion at the University of Chicago Medicine and Biological Sciences. She is a past president and current treasurer of the Association of Black Sociologists and served as […]
John L. Schuett, Arts ’82
Susan R. Maisa, Law ’82
Daniel J. Clapham, Grad ’82
Jennifer Walters, Arts ’82 was appointed dean of the undergraduate college at Bryn Mawr College in Bryn Mawr, Penn., after 15 years as Smith College’s dean of religious life.
Rev. John Puodziunas, OFM, Arts ’82 was elected economo generale of the Order of the Friars Minor in Rome, after serving as provincial minister of the Franciscan Friars Assumption, BVM Province, in Franklin, Wis.
Mike Nadel, Jour ’82 coached the Metrolina Regional Scholars Academy girls basketball team to a 19–2 record, co-conference championship and overall CGAA Champions for 2016. In three seasons at the Charlotte, N.C., charter school, his coaching record is 41–15.
Warren Kraft, Law ’82 was named human resources director for Wood County (Wis.). A former human resources director for the city of West Bend (Wis.) and Brown County (Wis.), he remains of counsel with Murphy Desmond S.C. of Madison and Appleton. He and his wife Liz, of 41 years reside in Oshkosh, where he was […]
Mary Sullivan Josephs, Arts ’82 founder and CEO of Verit Advisors, was selected as one of the most influential women in mid-market mergers and acquisitions by Mergers & Acquisition magazine. She structures ESOPs for middle-market companies.
John Hager, Law ’82 from Hager, Dewick & Zuengler S.C. in Green Bay, Wis., was selected by his peers for inclusion in the 2016 edition of The Best Lawyers in America. He practices in the areas of estate and business planning, including personal and family estate planning, business law, and banking and commercial transactions.