Robyn (Keuler) Dunn, Comm ’09, Grad ’11, is associate director of the Fund of Agnes Scott at Agnes Scott College.
Katie Shay, Arts ’07, joined Yahoo! as legal counsel for business and human rights, working to execute initiatives that promote privacy and free expression on the Internet and identify innovative solutions to human rights challenges.
Molly (Baker) Savage, Eng ’07, Grad ’13, and Zach Savage, Eng ’08, celebrated their third anniversary in June 2015 on the summit of Mount Rainier in Portland, Ore.
Peter Joel Radakovich, Arts ’07, graduated cum laude from Chicago’s John Marshall Law School and was admitted to the Illinois Bar. He is an associate attorney at Chicago’s Grotefeld Hoffman LLP.
Jim Gribble, Arts ’07, wrote the children’s book The Innovative Engine, which is about young writers who travel by train and meet fairytale characters who share their “true” stories with the kids who blog about them.
Zea Urbiztondo, H Sci ’06, is assistant program coordinator at the High Intensity Tactical Training Center at the Marine Corps Air Station New River in North Carolina.
Teryn Tilque, Arts ’06, is co-author of Whoo is Ready for Bed? with her mother, Judith Watermolen.
Scott Kitun, Comm ’06, is creator, producer and host of WGN’s Tomorrow’s Business Today, which features Chicago tech and innovation leaders and is the fastest growing show of its kind in the city. He also owns Techfacture, a business accelerator at Chicago’s 1871 that helps early stage companies to big enterprises develop and launch new […]
Melissa Nussbaum, Arts ’05, was among 102 St. Louis educators who received an Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award.
Jonathan Hackbarth, Arts ’04, was named a partner at Milwaukee’s Quarles & Brady LLP.