Michael Keppen, Arts ’03, is president of Thrive Project for America, a new nonprofit located in Lake County, Ill. The organization works to develop confident and competent young adults by providing mindset development education and leadership training, which he and his team of former Navy SEALs learned during their Navy careers.
Megan (Kelley) Hille, Comm ’03, was elected to the Wisconsin Society of Association Executives Board of Directors, the state membership association for professionals in nonprofit management. Her term runs from 2015–18.
Belton Flournoy, Bus Ad ’03, traveled to Tokyo, Hong Kong and Singapore to present his first publication, Minimising Spreadsheet Errors. He lives in London.
Lydia Chartre, Law ’03, was admitted to the College of Community Association Lawyers in Milwaukee, making her one of fewer than 160 attorneys nationwide in the organization.
Sara Dill, Arts ’02, works in the Indianapolis office of Reminer Co. LPA. He defends employers before the Indiana Worker’s Compensation Board and represents employers in state and federal courts in matters ranging from wage disputes to employment discrimination. He also advises employers on their rights and duties under Indiana’s worker compensation law, wage issues, […]
Benjamin Kent, Grad ’01, was co-recipient of Gateway PGA’s 2015 Professional of the Year Award.
Jeffrey Eadie, Dent ’01, and Pauline Eadie, Arts ’99, opened Northshore Dentist in Kenilworth, Ill. They live in Winnetka, Ill., with their three children.
Melissa Buldak, Bus Ad ’01, was promoted to strategic sourcing manager of the BIS procurement team at MillerCoors in Milwaukee, for which she has worked for three years.
Tom Walsh, Comm ’00, is a financial adviser with Edward Jones and opened his own office in Chicago’s Mount Greenwood neighborhood in August 2015. He has been in the business since 2001. He lives in Blue Island, Ill., with his wife Joy.
Thomas Kurtz, Comm ’00, is director/general manager for the Time Warner Cable Sports Channel in Wisconsin, which covers high school, college and professional sports.