Jimmy Shanahan, Arts ’04, Grad ‘2005 joined Taft Stettinius & Hollister as a partner in the firm’s Chicago office. His practice focuses on municipal finance and bond work in Indiana and Illinois. He serves as bond counsel, underwriter’s counsel, bank counsel, issuer’s counsel, disclosure counsel and special counsel for a range of transactions. He has […]
John Rathouz, Comm ’04 was a golf caddie in the Rio Olympics for Seamus Power from Ireland. He has 11 years of experience caddying for the PGA Tour and Web.com Tour. He has top-10 finishes in the Masters, U.S. Open and PGA Championship, and three wins on the Web.com Tour.
Jennifer Donohoe, H Sci ’04, Grad ‘2006 is a financial adviser at Edward Jones in the Chicago area, where she works with individuals and business owners to make plans to reach long-term financial dreams.
Jason Wilcox, Eng ’03 is director of data services for LenderLive, a national mortgage services company with headquarters in Denver.
Patrick Henneger, Law ’02 and Thomas W. Moniz, Law ’09, were promoted to shareholders of von Briesen & Roper S.C.
Rachel Monaco-Wilcox, Arts ’99, Law ‘2004 completed her first ultramarathon 50K race, the North Face Endurance Challenge, in Eagle, Wis., in September. She finished first in her division, 12th female of 97, and 39th overall out of 245 runners.
Drew White, Eng ’97 earned a certified construction manager credential. He was named chief of construction, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Washington, D.C., is in charge of construction policy throughout the military and civil works directorates, and serves as the technical adviser to senior officials on matters of construction. Prior to his move to headquarters, […]
Erika Brown, Arts ’97 was hired as the statewide recruiting specialist for Milwaukee Center For Independence home care. She has been in the position since June 2016.
Richard Wood, Arts ’96 was appointed national director for digital content and commerce solutions with the newly launched Perficient Digital Agency, an arm of Perficient Inc. in Milwaukee. Previously he was a solutions director in Perficient’s Microsoft consulting practice. He has received numerous awards and recognition for his contributions in the enterprise software industry.
Allison O’Neill, Arts ’96 was promoted to president of ChanceLight Behavioral Health, Therapy and Education.