Virginia M. Tierney Rogers, Jour ’41
Kristin (Notaro) Allen, Jour ’08 and Ben Allen, Bus Ad ’08: son Theodore “Theo” Stefano born Nov. 20, 2016. He joins brother Bryce, 2.
David Williams, Jour ’96 was promoted to director of advancement for the College of Liberal Arts at Purdue Research Foundation, which acts for the benefit of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind. In this role, he is responsible for creating and implementing fundraising strategies for major gift and annual fund campaign development.
Damian Hill, Jour ’86 was promoted to president/CEO of the Associated General Contractors of Michigan.
Piet van Lier, Jour ’85 was named executive director of the Cleveland Transformation Alliance, a public-private partnership dedicated to reinventing public education in Cleveland.
Steve Voyak, Jour ’84 recorded his 200th victory as a volleyball coach at Southwest High School in Washburn, Mo. He has been an English teacher and coach at Southwest for 14 years.
Karen (Meyers) Holzer, Jour ’84 is president of The Deciding Factor, a digital marketing agency in Cincinnati. Her agency just celebrated its 15-year anniversary in business.
John Clemens, Jour ’79 retired in August 2016 from the U.S. Geological Survey after a 25-year career as a federal science communicator. He was the media spokesperson and congressional liaison for the USGS Washington Water Science Center. He also served as a public information officer during the 2014 Oso landslide, the 2009 floods in western […]
John Nuhn, Jour ’69 was named president of the North American Nature Photography Association Foundation for the second time, having served previously from 2004–09. The foundation is the fundraising arm of the NANPA, an organization he helped found in 1994. He has also been elected to the board of the International League of Conservation Photographers, […]
John Scott Lewinski, Jour ’91 is now an op-ed writer for Time magazine and its online edition. He also writes for The Atlantic, Men’s Health, Scientific American, Wired magazine and Ink Publishing.