John Pudner, Jour ’87, launched the campaign finance reform organization Take Back Our Republic.
Stephen Randall, Arts ’76, retired in November 2014 from the Irvine (Calif.) Police Department at the rank of sergeant after completing assignment patrol, investigations and traffic. He also was a member of a federal task force and served for 28 years in the Marine Corps, retiring as lieutenant colonel. He and wife Mary (Greulich) Randall, […]
Sheila Bloomquist, Arts ’87, attended the Marquette in Madrid 50th anniversary celebration in Madrid, where she continued her work on a documentary about ex-pats in Spain from the 1950s to the present.
Sara M. Davis, Arts ’02, Law ’06, is a partner at Chicago’s Whiting Law Group.
John Gosling, Arts ’85, is an educator and youth counselor at CAP Services in Waupaca, Wis., which serves at-risk youth as they work to earn a GED. He has helped develop an eco-park and build a home.
John Cracraft, Bus Ad ’85, rang the opening bell on the New York Stock Exchange in December 2014.
Thomas Bode, Bus Ad ’85, Grad ’92, is founder and president of the Bode Financial Group Ltd. He received a 2015 Milwaukee Five Star Wealth Manager Award.
Danny Pudi, Comm ’01, recipient of the 2013 Young Alumnus of the Year Award from the Diederich College of Communication, is starring in the horror comedy pilot Strange Calls on NBC. He lives in Pasadena, Calif.
Steve Bertrand, Jour ’85, hosts The Saturday Business Lunch on WGN Radio. A WGN news anchor for nearly 30 years, he offers market analysis and features Chicago’s business innovators.
Griselda Aldrete, Arts ’02, recipient of the 2015 Young Alumna of the Year Award from the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, graduated from the National Hispana Leadership Institute’s Executive Leadership Program. She hopes to complete studies for her law degree from Marquette in 2016.