Lorna Roe-Hahn, Arts ’99, was named chair of Write On The River, a literary arts non-profit organization supporting writers in north central Washington state. The organization puts on dynamic year-round programming, including open mics, workshops, competitions and retreats. Roe-Hahn writes poetry and narrative nonfiction, and just completed a memoir. She lives in north central Washington […]
Sarah Cooke, Comm ’99, won Best Social Media Campaign at the State Education Association Communicators Conference this June for her digital communications work during the 2018 election on behalf of the Minnesota state teachers union. Published in Fall 2019
Christian Tomsey, Arts ’99
Kimberly Eberl Van Byssum, Comm ’99, is the successful founder/CEO of Chicago-based Motion PR and has been named the honorary chair of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society annual “Women on the Move Luncheon” in May 2018.
Amy Estlund, H Sci ’99, joined the faculty at Lindenwood University as assistant professor and public health program director.
Jackie Beauprez, Law ’99, joined D.A. Davidson Companies as senior vice president, general counsel, working in the firm’s Denver office.
Molly Nichelson, Comm ’99, is the public information officer for the County of Orange (California) Social Services Agency.
Shannon Cogan Riley, Nurs ’99 and Daniel Riley, Arts ’99: daughter Bryn Elizabeth born Feb. 27, 2017. She joins siblings Cormac, 2, and Holden, 7, and Susannah, 9.
Michelle Williams Rivera, H Sci ’99, Grad ‘2001 and Luis Rivera, Arts ’99, Grad ’01: son Maxwell Luis born Aug. 29, 2016. He joins siblings Ryan, 9, and Lily, 9.
Rachel Monaco-Wilcox, Arts ’99, Law ‘2004 was named CEO of LOTUS Legal Clinic, a Milwaukee nonprofit serving victims of gender-based violence with legal advocacy, policy initiatives, education and survivor empowerment.