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Class Notes: Fall 2023

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Shirley Otter Ambrose, f’47, celebrated her 98th birthday Oct. 5 at her home in St. Augustine, Florida. Shirley owned an interior design firm for many years before her retirement.


Marlan Carlson, d’59, f’59, retired in June as professor of music at Oregon State University, where he taught for 54 years and conducted the university’s symphony for 35 years.

John, f’59, and Ruby Sterlin Shade Martin, d’59, Nov. 17, 2022, Overland Park. John is an artist who has painted portraits and murals for the University, Kansas Athletics and the Alumni Association, and Ruby is a retired trip and event planner. They live in Overland Park.


Arthur Traugott, c’63, m’67, retired in September after 51 years as a psychiatrist at Carle Health in Champaign, Illinois.


Rickey Utermoehlen, b’67, a pilot, flight instructor and retired naval aviator, received the Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award from the Federal Aviation Administration. He lives in Grass Valley, California.


David Grove, PhD’69, retired as a consulting psychologist. He and his wife, Sharon, live in Sherwood, Oregon.


Phyllis Stevens Chase, d’71, EdD’87, was appointed to the University of Central Missouri board of governors by Missouri Gov. Mike Parson. She is a professor of education and coordinator of the PK-12 education doctoral program at Baker University.


Diana Bartelli Carlin, d’72, g’74, former dean of the graduate school and international programs at KU and professor emerita of communication at St. Louis University, co-wrote the college textbook U.S. First Ladies: Making History and Leaving Legacies. She lives in Lawrence.

Maureen Poulin, d’72, is a spiritual care counselor at Hospice & Palliative Care Buffalo in Buffalo, New York.


Jim Grigsby, c’73, is a professor and researcher in the department of psychology at the University of Colorado Denver.

Sandi Plummer, c’73, PhD’76, is a semiretired psychologist and has been in private practice for 40 years. She lives in Canberra, Australia.


Ellen Boddington Baumler, c’74, g’83, PhD’86, in August received the Heritage Keeper Award from the Montana Historical Society, where she worked as a historian for 26 years before her retirement in 2018. She has written more than 20 books about Montana.

Fernando Diaz, g’74, is a neurosurgeon with the Michigan Head and Spine Institute.

Lexie Nebergall Engleman, d’74, one of the first female firefighters with Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical, in July was honored with a training room dedicated to her at Station 1 in Lawrence. Lexie retired as a captain in 2010 after nearly three decades with the fire department.


Bill Farmer, j’75, is a voice actor who has been the official voice of the Disney character Goofy since 1987. Among his other credits are Disney’s Pluto and Horace Horsecollar. His work can be heard in numerous movies and TV shows.


Tim Cahill, a’76, is chief design officer and national architecture practice leader at HNTB.

John Guenther, a’76, a’77, wrote the book The Gateway Arch: An Illustrated Timeline, published in May. He is an architect and president of the St. Louis chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians.

Rex Niswander, c’76, of counsel at Morrison & Foerster in the law firm’s New York City office, was honored by the Lawyers Alliance for New York with its Cornerstone Award, which recognizes outstanding pro bono legal services for nonprofits.


Dan Dean, j’77, retired from the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, where he was an audiovisual and graphics team leader. He and his wife, Monica, live in Darnestown, Maryland.


Michael Martens, j’78, is managing partner at First Staff Benefits in Knoxville, Tennessee.


Carl Luer, PhD’79, is senior scientist and program manager at Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium in Sarasota, Florida.

Jeff Russell, b’79, a business consultant and retired executive at Reser’s Fine Foods, was named a 2024 Topeka Business Hall of Fame laureate.


Laura Ice, d’80, was elected president of the Kansas Bar Association for 2023-’24. She retired in October as senior vice president and general counsel at Textron Financial Corp., where she worked for over 25 years. She lives in Wichita.

Tim, c’80, l’83, and Melinda Cadle O’Brien, c’80, celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary in June. Tim is a retired attorney, and Melinda is a retired IBM systems engineer. They live in Overland Park.


Diane Schroeder Mendenhall, d’81, a former KU volleyball player, in July was named president of Nebraska Pro Volleyball.


Bradley Keller, PhD’82, is president and CEO of Accuronix Therapeutics and vice president of preclinical development at i-Cordis, both biopharmaceutical companies. He and his wife, Annette, live in Chesterfield, Missouri.

Donald Kirkpatrick, ’82, is an associate in paleontology at the Horry County Museum in Conway, South Carolina.

Steve Pierce, c’82, a former KU cross-country athlete, wrote Running Douglas County, a memoir that includes nearly 200 photos from his runs throughout the county. He lives in Baldwin City.


Gayle Copeland, g’84, PhD’98, is dean of the college of education and health professions at Park University in Parkville, Missouri.

John E. Hayes III, b’84, l’91, retired as senior vice president and general counsel at Dick’s Sporting Goods. He and his wife, Donna, live in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Thomas Krueger, ’84, is a retired Wyandotte County firefighter.

Susan Stanley, j’84, is lead counsel for connectivity, commercial and industrial at Black & Veatch in Overland Park.


Ted Breidenthal, j’85, is commissioner of the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference.


Kim Wheeler Bruns, s’86, g’03, is a program coordinator for the School of Journalism.

Martin Weishaar, c’86, l’89, in September was named chief legal officer at Hawthorn Bank in Missouri.


Neal Barnes, j’87, is director of product marketing at Clearspan Communications.

Tim Farha, b’87, is a national account manager at Ferrara Candy Co.

Caryne Finlay Mount, f’87, is a textile artist and sewing instructor.

Dana Wreath, e’87, executive vice president of Berexco, an oil and gas company headquartered in Wichita, in August was named board chair of the Kansas Independent Oil & Gas Association. He has four sons, Eric, e’14; Alex, b’16; Stuart, e’19; and Colin, e’22.


Brandon Eakes, ’88, is a key account manager at the apparel company Shoes For Crews.

Mark Hudson, c’88, g’90, is executive director of Tudor Place Historic House & Garden in Washington, D.C.


Claudine Cygan Barnhart, d’89, g’92, teaches eighth grade science at Glenn Westlake Middle School in Lombard, Illinois.


Kevin Brouillette, b’90, is president of The Sola Co., a food and beverage company.

Nancy Hoffelmeyer Percich, f’90, is a graphic designer at CREW Network in Lawrence.

Daniel Schmit, e’90, is president and chief operating officer at the packaging company JohnPac. He and his wife, Wendy, live in Lafayette, Louisiana.


Kerry Cheung, a’91, is a health care architect and planner at RDG Planning & Design. She works in the firm’s St. Louis office.

Scott Coons, e’91, in October was appointed to the board of directors of the software company Softdocs. He co-founded Perceptive Software and was its CEO as well as president of Lexmark Enterprise Software until his retirement in 2015.

Sara Nelson McKitrick, j’91, is vice president of business solutions at Leading Real Estate Companies of the World in Chicago.

Mindi Love Pendergraft, c’91, is executive director of the Amelia Earhart Hangar Museum in Atchison.


Greg Hughes, c’92, is president and CEO of the premium spirits company Beam Suntory.

Nancy Scott Jackson, c’92, g’01, is senior vice president and chief development officer at KU Endowment.

Immer Ravalo, c’92, retired in July as a middle school principal in the Clark County School District in Nevada. She worked in the district for 25 years.

Sally Roberts, j’92, c’93, is head of U.S. media relations at Marsh, an insurance broker and risk adviser.


Jeannene Glenn, c’93, is regional director of sales and marketing at Valor Hospitality. She lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Eric White, c’93, is president of Comply, a technology and consulting company serving the financial industry.

Staci Yesner, c’93, is a real estate agent with Compass in Chicago.


Jason Haden, b’94, is a partner with Kramer Eakin automotive dealerships in Texas.


Trina Zagar-Brown, j’95, is vice president of business services at Holy Cross Energy, an electric utility in Glenwood Springs, Colorado.


Yvette Fevurly, f’96, joined the Chicago studio of the design firm Perkins&Will as managing principal of its branded environments practice.

Hrisa Gatzoulis, c’96, in September was named head of sustainability at Rudin, a real estate management and development firm in New York City.

Chris Hane, d’96, g’99, is president of Assisted Transportation, which serves schools and government agencies in the Kansas City area.

Robert Rodriguez, g’96, PhD’06, is professor of political science at Texas A&M University-Commerce.


Brad Lacey, f’97, is vice president of design for lifestyle footwear at New Balance.

Dan Scheid, c’97, is a geographic information systems director at S&P Global. He and his wife, Julie, live in Centennial, Colorado.

Jennifer Sherwood, c’97, is senior proposal strategist for environmental services at Burns & McDonnell. She lives in Overland Park.

Ryan Sparks, c’97, in September was appointed chief information officer at Eversana, a commercial services company. He served over 15 years in the U.S. Marine Corps, where he was awarded the Silver Star, two Purple Hearts and the Leftwich Trophy.

Anna Ortiz Spencer, j’97, g’22, g’22, a website designer and social media marketer, owns Anna Spencer Creative Media & Design.


Clint Kinney, g’98, is Snowmass Village, Colorado, town manager.

Scott Price, b’98, is director of commercial finance at Dynata, a research and data company. He and his wife, Carin, live in Prosper, Texas.

Sean Slattery, a’98, joined the Kansas City-based architecture firm Odimo as partner and design director. His wife, Amy Stillwell Slattery, a’01, is the firm’s founder and managing partner.


Cathleen Carothers, l’99, is a foreign service officer for the U.S. Department of State.

Bettina Lewis Parks, h’99, is a respiratory therapist at Children’s Hospital Colorado in Aurora. She has two children, Jerome and Eva.

Shane Schaffer, PharmD’99, is chairman and CEO of the biopharmaceutical company Cingulate.

Charisse Sparks, m’99, in July was named chief medical officer at Inspire Medical Systems.


Dan Kulmala, PhD’00, is assistant vice president for international programs and global engagement at Millersville University in Pennsylvania.

Steve Lautz, l’00, in September was named executive associate athletics director for compliance at Louisiana State University.

Seth Wagoner, c’00, is CEO and chief financial officer at AIM Strategies, a private equity firm based in Topeka.


Eric Beightel, c’01, in June was appointed by President Joe Biden as executive director of the Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Council.

Carrie Lamm Clark, c’01, in August was appointed associate circuit court judge for Grundy County, Missouri, by Missouri Gov. Mike Parson.

Mark Peterson, c’01, is a software test engineer II at MTM, a transportation services company.

Richard Rams, g’01, is vice president of student services at Citrus College in Glendora, California.

Curtis Sample, c’01, l’04, is a Johnson County District Court magistrate judge in Olathe.

Frank Sciara, b’01, is managing director of capital markets at Walker & Dunlop. He lives in Kansas City.

Nathan Willis, j’01, was promoted to assistant editor in The New York Times’ Washington, D.C., bureau.


Thad Allender, j’02, and Brad Johnsmeyer, e’03, co-founded, a home renovation app.

Jack Brooks, c’02, l’05, a retired major in the U.S. Air Force, is the continuous improvement and innovation program manager for the Air Force’s 944th Fighter Wing. He and his wife, Jennifer, live in Waddell, Arizona, and have three children, Jacob, Jarrett and Jaelyn.

Sara Hocker, c’02, m’06, is neurology division chief at St. Luke’s Health System in Kansas City and medical director of St. Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute.

Dulcinea King Rakestraw, s’02, g’18, is an assistant professor in the department of family and community medicine in the School of Medicine in Wichita.


Brooke Bennett Aziere, l’03, is a partner at Foulston Siefkin and leads the law firm’s health care practice group.

Katherine Hollar Barnard, j’03, g’06, CEO and managing partner at the Kansas City-based marketing agency Firesign, was honored by PR Daily as one of its 2023 Top Women in Marketing.

Eric Chandler, b’03, is a partner at the law firm Chandler Conway in Omaha, Nebraska.

Doug Donahoo, j’03, is communications director for the city of Shawnee.

Leah Evans, f’03, is a textile artist whose quilted wall hangings depict maps and geographic features. Her work has appeared at juried art shows across the country, including the Smithsonian Craft Show in Washington, D.C. She lives in Madison, Wisconsin.

Will Fox, c’03, is president of Bank of Blue Valley in Kansas City.

Jennifer Fugett Goetz, f’03, is strategy and creative director at Compass Marketing + Advertising Partners in Topeka.

Joshua Johnson, a’03, g’05, is director of development services for the city of Lee’s Summit, Missouri.

Susan Shumaker Klusmeier, g’03, is chief of staff at the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation in Kansas City.

Matt McClasky, c’03, g’08, is senior vice president of business development at Elara Caring, a provider of in-home health care. He lives in Kansas City.

Tim Reeder, ’03, is a senior broker at Geodis, a transportation and logistics company. He and his wife, Jamie, live in Richardson, Texas.

Mark Rothert, g’03, is East Moline, Illinois, city administrator.


Dawn Manning Downing, c’04, is deputy board clerk for Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools.

Amir Khosrowpour, f’04, a pianist based in Ossining, New York, in September released the album “Treatise on Improvisation, Vol. II.” He was a featured performer at the Beacon Bonfire Music + Art Festival in Beacon, New York, in early November.

Julie Bunn Pine, c’04, l’07, in October was appointed chief legal officer at Carson Group, a financial services firm. She lives in Leawood.

Jared Poplin, c’04, is a dentist at Poplin Pediatric Dentistry in Austin, Texas.

Shelby Gigous Uhernik, b’04, is CEO of SurgOne, a surgical group in Colorado.

Cody Wamsley, b’04, l’08, joined the law firm Sterlington as a partner in its cybersecurity, data privacy and intellectual property practices. He lives in Austin, Texas.


Stephanie Wiebe Gallina, b’05, is head of corporate legal at DoorDash. She lives in San Francisco.

Scott Gerber, g’05, joined the Institute for Defense Analyses in Alexandria, Virginia, as an adjunct research staff member.

Elaina Fisher Hoyle, c’05, is an attorney with the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services in Houston.

Hien Pham, e’05, is an IT specialist for the U.S. Treasury Department’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service.

Chrissy Hill Rogers, a’05, is a principal at Arcturis in St. Louis.

Anthony Treu, a’05, is a principal at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and leads the design firm’s health care practice. He lives in New York City.

Megan Wood, b’05, is chief strategy officer at DigitalOcean, a cloud services provider.


Arjun Bhat, a’06, an architect and designer at CannonDesign in the firm’s St. Louis office, was honored as a 2023 Rising Star by Healthcare Design magazine.

Julie Jobe, g’06, is senior accounts payable analyst at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park.


Jeff Bremer, PhD’07, associate professor of history at Iowa State University, wrote the book A New History of Iowa, published in September by University Press of Kansas.

Jahnavi Shah Darji, PharmD’07, a client formulary director at CVS Health, joined the Minnesota Academy of Science board of directors.

Renee Goodin Elliott, g’07, was promoted to chief human resources officer at Essense of Australia, a bridal design company.

Crystal Kemp, c’07, a former KU women’s basketball player, in June was inducted into the Topeka/Shawnee County Sports Hall of Fame. She is an assistant principal in the Richardson Independent School District in Texas.


Erin Grabe Christy, f’08, director of wealth management at the financial services firm Choreo, was named one of Corridor Business Journal’s 2023 “Forty Under 40” honorees. The program recognizes top young professionals in the Cedar Rapids and Iowa City, Iowa, area. Erin and her husband, Jason, have a son, Owen.

Blake Cripps, j’08, is operations manager at Emporia’s Radio Stations and the radio play-by-play “Voice of the Hornets” for Emporia State University, covering football, basketball, baseball and softball.

Topher Enneking, c’08, and a team of fellow Lawrence entrepreneurs launched STATSdraft, a sports gaming app. Dustin Brown, e’04, is the startup’s chief technology officer, and Melody Alexander, g’20, is chief marketing officer.

Libby Harmon, c’08, l’11, a former track and field athlete at KU, is an attorney at Nevius Legal, a firm that represents college and high school athletes. She lives in Indianapolis.


Aislinn Addington, g’09, PhD’16, directs the Student Advocacy Resource Center at the University of Montana.

Abby Otte Bowen, g’09, was promoted to human resources director for the Manhattan-Ogden Unified School District.

Kevin Campbell, c’09, m’15, is a pediatric oncologist at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City.

Laura Lane, l’09, is a lobbyist with Platinum Advisors. She lives in San Francisco.

Peter Meier, d’09, m’20, practices family medicine at Ottawa County Health Center in Minneapolis.

Sam Wilkerson, l’09, is an attorney with McAfee & Taft in Tulsa, Oklahoma.


Ashley Bare, c’10, is a chef and the owner of Hemma Hemma, an eatery, coffee shop and bodega in Kansas City.

Rebecca May Bassett, g’10, a professional organizer, owns Revelation Organizing in Austin, Texas. She and her husband, Brent, have two children, Avery and Rhett.

Jaran Moten, c’10, is a partner at the law firm Phillips Lytle in Chicago.


Tyler Cini, g’11, is associate principal at the architecture firm Design Balance in Rockwall, Texas.

Alex Earles, c’11, is associate director of philanthropy for the nonprofit organization GLSEN, which works to create LGBTQ-inclusive schools. He lives in New York City.

Austin Falley, j’11, g’16, lives in Washington, D.C., where he is a senior communications consultant at QinetiQ US, a defense technology company.

Mark Harbaugh, n’11, is a supervisor for the Colorado Judicial Branch.

Sarah Kelly, j’11, is deputy sports editor at The Denver Post.

Born to:
Samantha Collins-Payne, j’11, and Jarett Payne, d’12, g’14, g’18, daughter, Quinn, April 25. They live in Olathe.


Mark Kirtland, g’12, is a product director at Ford Motor Co. He lives in Morgan Hill, California, with his wife, Autumn, and children, Nolan, Alex and Audrey.

Ryan Peters, b’12, is a vice president and wealth planner at U.S. Bank in Kansas City.

Kortney Friess Traylor, h’12, g’14, is an occupational therapist at Clara Barton Medical Center in Great Bend. She and her husband, Chris, have a daughter, Emma.

Derek Yarmer, m’12, is the emergency department medical director at Pawnee Valley Community Hospital in Larned.


Luke Barnard, c’13, m’19, is an ophthalmology instructor in the Yale School of Medicine.

Lacey Luense, PhD’13, is assistant professor of epigenetics at Texas A&M University.

Jenna Carrier Mauer, a’13, is senior associate and senior project interior designer at HOK, a design, architecture and engineering firm. She lives in Chicago.

Pat Strathman, j’13, is station manager at ESPN Wichita 92.3 FM.

Lia Uribe, DMA’13, is associate professor and chair of the department of music at the University of Arkansas and principal bassoonist of the Arkansas Philharmonic Orchestra.

Ashley Woolsey Zeller, c’13, is a senior mortgage banker at Bell Bank Mortgage in Lawrence.


Emily Beran, c’14, is a research and instruction librarian at Cornell University Library in its division of rare and manuscript collections.

Taylor Bussinger, d’14, g’19, a social studies teacher at Prairie Trail Middle School in Olathe, was named the 2024 Kansas Teacher of the Year by the Kansas State Department of Education. Taylor and his wife, Jill, have two children, Tinsley and Beckett.

Jake Ediger, b’14, l’17, is an associate at the law firm Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth in Denver.

Ross Laughlin, c’14, is a vice president and senior branch manager at Commerce Bank. He lives in Overland Park.

Henry Lennon, g’14, lives in Portland, Oregon, where he is a designer at LEVER Architecture.

Sean Powers, j’14, is an account executive at HubSpot. He lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Charlie Sloan, d’14, directs philanthropy for FOCUS Mission Foundation.

Jessica Voss, j’14, is a corporate affairs communications specialist for Kroger.


Seth Amott, b’15, g’16, is cyber audit and risk manager at Trane Technologies. He lives in Charlotte, North Carolina.

David Hammack, c’15, l’18, is a trial attorney in the civil division of the U.S. Department of Justice.

Ashley Hrabe, b’15, is a management consulting manager at Accenture in Chicago.

Joe Stephens, b’15, g’18, g’18, in September was named CEO of American Packing & Gasket. He and his wife, Toni, live in Birmingham, Michigan, and have four children. Their oldest son, Jacob, c’19, j’19, is also a Jayhawk.

Roberta Wells, e’15, is a technical project monitor for Boston Government Services.


Alexander Hermesch, c’16, m’20, is a family physician at Seneca Family Practice in Seneca.

Jason Kane, b’16, is a wealth manager and director of financial planning and trading at Kane Company Wealth Management in Johnston, Iowa.


Abi Bartlow Case, c’17, is an employer outreach specialist and career coach at the University of Iowa.

Martin Koch, g’17, is an emergency management specialist in FEMA’s Region 7 office in Kansas City.

Lexie Lanphere, c’17, is a controlled substance analyst in the Wisconsin State Crime Lab’s Milwaukee office.

Tyler Reese, l’17, is corporate counsel at the financial services company CBIZ. He and his wife, Allison Putman Reese, d’13, live in Lenexa and have a daughter, Harlowe.


Lisa Waller Ayala, m’18, practices family medicine at the Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas in Pittsburg. She and her husband, Sergio, have a 3-year-old son, Armando.

Ryan Miller, j’18, g’23, is communications manager for the Washington State Department of Ecology’s nuclear waste program. He and his wife, Anja, live in Pasco, Washington.

Hanna Ritland, j’18, is an advertising solutions architect at Google.

Kandy Salter, OTD’18, in August was named director of the doctor of occupational therapy program at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.


Brooke Ackerman, d’19, teaches social studies at Cristo Rey Kansas City High School.

Dylan Barnett, c’19, is a customer service adviser at Herff Jones Yearbook.

Tiffany Broughton, c’19, is a hearing care provider at HearingLife in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. She has two children, Amelia and Jericho.

Nathan Hillegas, a’19, is a packaging designer for Rengo Packaging in Kapolei, Hawaii.

Tracy LaVigne, g’19, is controller at Associated Equipment Sales.

Mallory McKee, b’19, is an IT risk consultant at Ernst & Young. She lives in Prairie Village.

Andre Womack, u’19, teaches saxophone and clarinet at Desert Hills Community School of Music in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Born to:
Lauren Lanz Farrar, j’19, and her husband, Jakob, son, Jameson, July 21. They live in Aubrey, Texas.


Robert Flournoy, b’20, lives in Yuma, Arizona, where he is operations manager at Northend Auto Parts.

Tina Lai, g’20, is a medical social worker with Midland Care PACE in Lawrence.

Megan Sullivan Malone, c’20, is a legal assistant at Payne & Jones law firm in Overland Park.

Jocelyn Pratt, c’20, is a senior account manager at Lockton Companies. She lives in Olathe.

Tugba Turnaoglu, PhD’20, is a chemical engineer and researcher at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.


Shane Creason, c’21, l’23, is a term judicial law clerk for the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the western district of Washington.

Monica Curiel, c’21, is an artist and designer based in Denver. Her sculptural paintings, furniture and decorative objects are often influenced by her experiences as a first-generation Mexican American.

Michael Garitz, p’21, PharmD’23, is a U.S. Army pharmacist. He lives in Parkville, Missouri.

Ryan Gordon, l’21, joined the St. Louis office of the law firm Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale as an associate.

Dani Kolker, g’21, is a health care planner at Page, a design, architecture and engineering firm.

Paula Lopez, c’21, l’23, is a prosecutor in the Sedgwick County District Attorney’s Office.

Kalé Searcy, c’21, j’21, is a reporter and anchor at KETV in Omaha, Nebraska.

Ava Stapp, j’21, manages receivership services and marketing at Trigild, a hospitality, real estate and fiduciary services firm.

Denita Victor, j’21, is a content producer and host for the St. Louis Blues.


Dan Chmill, PhD’22, is a park ranger and historian at Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas. He is currently managing a project to uncover the histories of Black employees who worked in the area’s bathhouses.

Carly Johnson, j’22, is a producer at KMBC TV-9 in Kansas City.

Michael Tuttle, l’22, is an attorney at Paycom. He lives in Oklahoma City.


Kristen Andrews, l’23, is an attorney in the sports law practice at Kennyhertz Perry in Kansas City.

Renz Breen, c’23, is a junior environmental research analyst at Toeroek Associates.

Margaret Hand, c’23, is a derivatives data analyst at Security Benefit. She lives in Lawrence.

Carter Hicks, c’23, is a human resources coordinator at LMH Health in Lawrence.

Mackenzie Marco, e’23, is an assistant mechanical engineer in the energy global practice at Burns & McDonnell in St. Louis.

Adam Mensendiek, b’23, is an account specialist at Fastenal, an industrial supplies company. He lives in Olathe.

Angelique Roberts, g’23, is a special education teacher in the Mount Diablo Unified School District in Concord, California.

Katie Smithson, g’23, g’23, is a project coordinator at The Beck Group, an architecture and construction firm. She lives in Dallas.

Lawson Stroble, b’23, is a financial adviser with Equitable Advisors in Overland Park.


Beth Kelley, assoc., is an administrative assistant in the School of Law.



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