Amy Estlund, H Sci ’99 earned her doctorate in public health studies from St. Louis University in December 2016. She works as a research specialist at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Her research and work aim to increase access to contraception and health services and address social determinants of health, specifically with […]
Margaret Daun, Bus Ad ’99, Grad ‘2000 was appointed corporation counsel for Milwaukee County. She brings diverse experience in public and private sectors to Milwaukee County.
Jeanette (Auld) Schabel, Arts ’99 and Christopher Schabel, Comm ’99: son Cru Alexander, March 22, 2016. He was 8 pounds, 10 ounces and 21 inches. He joins sisters Violet, 9, and Noelle, 7.
Rachel Monaco-Wilcox, Arts ’99, Law ‘2004 completed her first ultramarathon 50K race, the North Face Endurance Challenge, in Eagle, Wis., in September. She finished first in her division, 12th female of 97, and 39th overall out of 245 runners.
Egide V. Houndegla, Grad ’95, Grad ”99
Karen Brady O’Kane, Arts ’99 and Liam O’Kane: Oct. 24, 2015 in Narragansett, R.I.
Matthew Klarner, Eng ’99 is the varsity boys basketball coach at Xavier High School in Appleton, Wis. He led the team to the WIAA state tournament each of the past two seasons, the first trips to the WIAA finals in school history. The team finished as state runner-up both years. He and his wife Abigail […]
Julia Bucheger, Eng ’99 was promoted to CVG sales and service operations director for Medtronic Cardiac and Vascular Group of Mounds View, Minn. She and her husband Ray Bucheger, Arts ’01, Grad ’02, reside in Washington, D.C., with their two children.
Wendi Koziol, Comm ’97, Grad ‘1999 was named senior vice president of Public Communications Inc. in Chicago. She joined the PCI team in 1999 as an assistant account executive and has steadily advanced in the agency while providing strategic counsel and account management to many of the firm’s largest and most sophisticated programs.
Joseph Miotke, Eng ’95, Law ‘1999 was elected statewide leadership chair for Project Lead The Way in Wisconsin. PLTW is the nation’s leading provider of STEM education. PLTW Wisconsin is among the largest PLTW programs in the United States.