Valerie (Gamsky) Jacobsen, Comm ’10, published her debut book, The Overnight Freelancer: Go From 9-to-5 to Self-Employed Now!. The book serves as a five-step road map for aspiring freelancers and entrepreneurs. Published in Fall 2019
Brianne Garrett Conrath, Arts ’10, Grad ‘2011 and Bob Conrath, Arts ’10, Grad ’11: daughter Harper Lillian born Aug. 4, 2017. She was 9 pounds, 14 ounces and 21.5 inches.
Sara Lamb Hurtado, Arts ’10, and Fran Hurtado, Arts ’10, Grad ’14: Amaia Concepcion Hurtado was born July 21, 2017 to Sara and Fran Hurtado. Her birthdate was the same as her great gradfather Gerald Hermsen who turned 102.
John Lytle, Eng ’10, Grad ’16, was hired as the global sales director for The Angelus Corporation, a leading product and service provider of aerospace and defense industry solutions based in Sussex, Wis.
Nathan Fronk , Law ’10, was promoted to shareholder at von Briesen & Roper, s.c. He is a member of the Milwaukee Bar Association, the State Bar of Wisconsin, and a Member of the Board of Directors of the Wauwatosa Village Business Improvement District and Milwaukee Young Lawyers™ Association.
Meghan O’Connor, Law ’10, was promoted to shareholder at von Briesen & Roper, s.c. She works in the Milwaukee office and chairs the Health Information Privacy and Security Section. She also serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Wisconsin Humane Society and chair of their Young Leaders Advisory Board. She is […]
Marc Adesso, Law ’10, is in corporate securities practice in Nashville, Tenn., at Waller Law.
Carlos Angeles, Arts ’10, accepted the position of academic dean at Regis High School in New York. He has spent the past five years at Cristo Rey Jesuit High School as a member of the Faculty and Corporate Work Study Program.
Megan O’Malley Paul, Bus Ad ’10, and Sebastian Paul: married May 6, 2017 at Sacred Heart Parish in Winnetka, Ill. Several alumni were in attendance. Megan and Sebastian reside in Chicago.
Alison Seidl Walsh, Arts ’07, Dent ’10, and Matthew Walsh: daughter Eleanor Daisy, Sept 1, 2017. She weighed 7 pounds and was 19 inches long. Caroline, her two-year-old sister, was eager to meet her.