Nancy (Nau) Sullivan, Jour ’87 wrote the memoir, The Last Cadillac.
Mike Nadel, Jour ’82
Mike Nadel, Jour ’82 coached the Metrolina Regional Scholars Academy girls basketball team to a 19–2 record, co-conference championship and overall CGAA Champions for 2016. In three seasons at the Charlotte, N.C., charter school, his coaching record is 41–15.
Ned Lundquist, Jour ’76
Ned Lundquist, Jour ’76 and Mary Hills, Bus Ad ‘78, were named IABC Fellows by the International Association of Business Communicators.
Barbara (Weeks) Thompson, Jour ’74
Barbara (Weeks) Thompson, Jour ’74 president and CEO of The Roberts Group, is showcased in the latest Top Women issue of Forbes magazine in the article “America’s Women Business Leaders” that addresses her deep understanding of the health care industry. As a nationally recognized expert, she knows effective health care communication requires industry knowledge and […]
Joel Kriofske, Jour ’69
Joel Kriofske, Jour ’69 was invited to present his book And Good Night to All the Beautiful Young Women: A Tale of “Episodic Dementia” — The Parent Becomes the Child at an author event hosted by Boswell Books in Milwaukee. More than 70 people attended. The book centers on his father, Joseph W. Kriofske, a […]
Michael Ballard, Jour ’68
Michael Ballard, Jour ’68 was reelected to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Board. He participated in the 2016 Out of the Darkness Overnight Walk May 21–22, 2016 in San Francisco.
Dennis Herrick, Jour ’64
Dennis Herrick, Jour ’64 wrote his sixth book, which is the first-contact, alien-invasion sci-fi novel, War of the Planet Burners.
Paul Wilkes, Jour ’60
Paul Wilkes, Jour ’60 published his 21st book, Your Second to Last Chapter: Creating a Meaningful Life on Your Own Terms. He writes about his experience of building orphanages in India and encourages those 55 and older to make their latter years purposeful and exciting.
Mary Ellen Podmolik, Jour ’85
Mary Ellen Podmolik, Jour ’85, was named associate managing editor/business at the Chicago Tribune. She joined the paper in 2008 as a business reporter and columnist specializing in housing and real estate and was promoted in 2015 to deputy business editor. She previously worked for the Chicago Sun-Times, Daily Southtown and Kokomo (Ind.) Tribune.
Greg Kot, Jour ’78
Greg Kot, Jour ’78, co-authored the second edition of the Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Basketball. He is the Chicago Tribune’s music critic and co-hosts the nationally syndicated rock ’n’ roll talk show Sound Opinions on public radio.
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