David Williams, Jour ’96 was promoted to director of advancement for the College of Liberal Arts at Purdue Research Foundation, which acts for the benefit of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind. In this role, he is responsible for creating and implementing fundraising strategies for major gift and annual fund campaign development.
John Miller, Arts ’96 was appointed by President Barack Obama as a member of the Library of Congress Trust Fund Board. He is founder and principal of Arenberg Holdings, positions he has held since 2015. He was president and CEO of Miller-St. Nazianz Inc. from 2008–14, where he also served as vice president and general […]
Matthew Donovan, Arts ’96 was selected for the 2016 New York Metro Rising Stars list for his work in business litigation.
Maura (Benson) Strickler, Comm ’96 and Heinz Strickler: daughter Riona Mary, Jan. 27, 2016. She was 4 pounds, 13 ounces and 17.75 inches. She joins brother Heinz Winston.
Richard Wood, Arts ’96 was appointed national director for digital content and commerce solutions with the newly launched Perficient Digital Agency, an arm of Perficient Inc. in Milwaukee. Previously he was a solutions director in Perficient’s Microsoft consulting practice. He has received numerous awards and recognition for his contributions in the enterprise software industry.
Allison O’Neill, Arts ’96 was promoted to president of ChanceLight Behavioral Health, Therapy and Education.
Brian Faherty, Comm ’96 will co-star in roles on Showtime’s Billions, season two, and Hulu’s The Path, season two.
Scott Niederjohn, Eng ’96, Grad ‘1998 was promoted to full professor of economics and business at Lakeland University. He was also named the first dean of the Lakeland School of Business and Entrepreneurship.
John Katers, Grad ’96 was named founding dean of the University of Wisconsin–Green Bay College of Science and Technology. He is the first dean appointed In the university’s new four-college model, established in the first major restructuring of academic administration at the university in two decades.
Ilona (Radzevicius) Helin, Comm ’96, Grad ‘1998 completed her doctorate in child development/infant studies from Loyola University in Chicago.