Rebecca Bradley, Bus Ad ’93 was appointed by Gov. Scott Walker to serve as a Wisconsin Court of Appeals judge. Previously, she was a Milwaukee County Circuit Court judge.
Brian J. Pietrowicz, Arts ’93
Craig Simpson, Arts ’93, Arts ’96, is a Lilly Library manuscripts archivist and was curator of the spring 2015 exhibition 100 Years of Orson Welles: Master of Stage, Sound and Screen, which commemorates Welles’ theatre, radio and film achievements. He also co-directed the Orson Welles Symposium, held during the spring at Indiana University.
Brad Olm, Arts ’93, vice president of human resources for Gordon Flesch Co., was named chairman of the board of directors for the Alliance, a regional health care network headquartered in Madison, Wis.
Mike Martin, Arts ’93, is psychologist executive for the Atlanta VA Medical Center, which employs more than 100 psychologists.
Mark Karau, Arts ’91, Grad ’93, earned tenure in the history department at the University of Wisconsin–Sheboygan. His second book, Germany’s Defeat in the First World War: The Lost Battles and Reckless Gambles That Brought Down the Second Reich, was published in May 2014. His first book on the German Marines in Flanders in World […]
W. Nicholas Abraham, M. Div. Ph.D., Arts ’93, wrote I’m Limping Very Well, Thank You. He is a life coach, licensed practical counselor, motivational speaker and recording artist in Baton Rouge, La.
Kristin (KJ) (Hardy) Jackson, Arts ’93, is director of development at Chicago’s Communities in Schools, which helps low-income students receive the services they need to graduate.
Caroline Plater, Arts ’93, is a partner at the Chicago office of Reed Smith LLP. She is in the U.S. commercial litigation practice group, where she focuses on complex commercial litigation and product liability litigation involving warranty, negligence, strict liability claims, unfair competition, trade secret and contract claims.
Mark Karau, Arts ’91, Grad 93, earned tenure in the University of Wisconsin–Sheboygan’s Department of History.