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Class Notes: Summer 2023

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Marilyn Eaton Russell, f’57, g’76, PhD’81, retired library director at Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, in April received the Distinguished Service Award from the Art Libraries Society of North America.


Bill Sampson, c’68, l’71, wrote the novel Wheat Fields. Published in January by Flint Hills Publishing, the book portrays athletics and academic life at KU. Bill is retired from a career in law and lives in Lawrence with his wife, Dru Mort Sampson, l’96.


Philip Higdon, j’69, g’70, is of counsel at Perkins Coie in the law firm’s Portland, Oregon, office.


Mary Jo Stuart Hoard, s’70, g’72, wrote Sacred & Settled: Spiritual Applications for Embracing Conscious Serenity, a devotional journal. She lives in Orlando, Florida.


Cliff Illig, b’73, is a principal owner of Sporting Kansas City, a Major League Soccer franchise, and co-founder of Cerner.


Sam Ford, j’74, is the D.C. bureau chief at WJLA-TV in Washington, D.C., where he has worked for over 35 years. He is a founding member of the National Association of Black Journalists, and in June was inducted into the Hall of Fame of the Washington Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.

Roy Oyer, c’74, is a retired physician. He lives in Lenexa.

Randy, c’74, and Martha Schinke Ragle, d’74, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in May. They live in Durango, Colorado.


David Elkouri, b’75, l’78, received the School of Law’s Distinguished Alumni Award. He is executive vice president and general counsel at Petrohawk Energy Corp. and Battalion Oil Co. in Houston.

Cyd Gilman, c’75, a retired attorney, in May received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Wichita Bar Association.


Katherine Conway-Turner, c’76, g’80, PhD’81, retired in June after nine years as president of Buffalo State University in New York and a 43-year career in higher education.

Diane DeFever Klingman, c’76, m’79, retired as a family physician. She lives in Wichita.

Jerry Moran, c’76, l’82, who has represented Kansas in the U.S. Senate since 2011, received the Distinguished Alumni Award from the School of Law.

Mark Watson, c’76, g’78, retired in May as city manager of Oak Ridge, Tennessee.


Janet Justus, c’78, l’81, was honored with the Distinguished Alumni Award from the School of Law. Throughout her career in sports law and higher education, she has worked as an NCAA senior administrator, law firm counsel, consultant and university athletics administrator.

John Yeh, c’78, is a business technology analyst for U.S. Bank.


Mark Kowalski, PhD’79, m’81, in May was named chief medical officer at Eupraxia Pharmaceuticals.


Dave Giddens, c’80, l’83, is founding shareholder of Giddens & Gatton Law in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Nancy Johnson, f’80, is principal second violin in the Wichita Symphony Orchestra and adjunct instructor of violin at Bethel College in North Newton.


Jill Larson Bradney, d’81, g’90, will be inducted into the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame Oct. 1. Jill received All-America honors as a KU softball player and also played volleyball and basketball at the University. She is retired from a 37-year career in the Perry-Lecompton school district, where she taught at Perry Elementary and coached softball and volleyball.


Steve Lovensheimer, c’83, is a chemist III at HF Sinclair Corp.


Mike Kelly, e’84, g’93, is vice president of organizational learning and development at TBC Corp. in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

Marsha Kindrachuk Loversky, j’84, teaches English at Creekview High School in Canton, Georgia.

Jeff Taylor, j’84, in August became executive editor at The Post and Courier in South Carolina. He was previously executive editor for news and investigations at USA Today.


Denise Mears Gibson, c’85, g’90, is director of learning and development at Mainstream Nonprofit Solutions in Topeka.

Philip Heintzelman, c’85, is a specialty account manager for Axsome Therapeutics. He and his wife, Kelly O’Keefe Heintzelman, d’86, live in Naples, Florida.

Susan Parrish Jensen, b’85, retired as professor of management at the University of Nebraska at Kearney.

Mark Keeny, c’85, is CEO of Citizens Bank of Kansas, where he has worked for 30 years. He lives in Wichita.


Diane Fitzcharles Covello, e’86, is clinical professor of law at the University of Connecticut and a patent attorney with the law firm Alix, Yale & Ristas.

Erin O’Shea Sneller, j’86, lives in Corvallis, Oregon, where she is associate director of events and production at PRAx, the Patricia Valian Reser Center for the Creative Arts at Oregon State University. She and her husband, Steven, c’83, c’83, g’85, have two grown children.

Paul Wuennenberg, a’86, a principal at KWK Architects in St. Louis, received the Outstanding Corporate Friend Award from the Association of College and University Housing Officers-International. He has designed student housing and dining facilities on over 50 college campuses.


Stephen Johnson, f’87, f’87, created the children’s book My Big Silver Rocket Ship, published in April by Simon & Schuster. A prolific artist, he is the author of several interactive children’s books and teaches illustration and animation in the School of Architecture & Design.

David Rankin, d’87, owns RankinOrgans150, an organ dealership, and tunes and services pipe organs throughout Kansas. He is the director of music and organist at First Presbyterian Church in Ellsworth.

Alan, c’87, g’88, and Gayle Miller Sims, c’77, live in Cedar Hill, Texas, where Alan is retired as city manager and serves on the city council. Gayle is president of the board of the Cedar Hill Independent School District.

Candace Stowell, g’87, is planning director for the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony in Nevada.


Jeffrey Coldren, g’88, PhD’92, received the James P. Tressel Endowed Chair in Leadership Award at Youngstown State University in Ohio, where he is chair of the department of psychological sciences and counseling.

Alison Young, j’88, a veteran investigative reporter, wrote the book Pandora’s Gamble: Lab Leaks, Pandemics, and a World at Risk, published in April.


Tim Barton, b’89, in May joined the logistics technology company Onepak as strategic adviser.

Jenn Johnson, j’89, was named interim director of the Kansas Fire & Rescue Training Institute, where she has held various leadership roles since 2020. She is retired from a 22-year career with the Kansas City, Kansas, Fire Department.

Scott Kreamer, l’89, is a trial attorney and managing member at the law firm Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice in Kansas City.

Joel Rhodes, d’89, is professor of history at Southeast Missouri State University.

Daniel Wethington, e’89, is senior project manager at ZFI Engineering Co. in Oklahoma City.


Janet Cinelli, j’90, is executive director of the Al & Sharon Cinelli Family Foundation. She lives in Lawrence with her husband, Eric Ryan, c’92, g’95, who is the foundation’s deputy executive director.

Stacy Schreiner, c’90, retired as principal of Landon Middle School in Topeka. She worked for Topeka Public Schools for 30 years.

Enrique Suarez, a’90, is co-CEO of the architecture and engineering firm HED. He lives in Chicago.


Adam, p’91, and Sandie Durflinger Kueker, p’98, in July purchased Trapp Pharmacy in Abilene from longtime owner Leonard Schmitz, p’76. The Kuekers also own and operate pharmacies in Hesston and Newton.

Debbie Cawley Moeller, l’91, joined the Kansas City law firm McDowell Rice Smith & Buchanan as partner.

Susan Novak, g’91, PhD’12, was awarded the title of professor emerita from the State University of New York at Potsdam, where she taught journalism, media law and public relations before her retirement in 2022.

Carolyn Yatsook, c’91, in May was named economic development director for the city of Kearney, Missouri.


Chuck Baldwin, c’92, is a field account specialist for HD Supply. He lives in Fort Myers, Florida, and was a volunteer with Rebuild SWFL on Hurricane Ian cleanup.

Jason Glidden, c’92, is a senior vice president in the corporate banking division at U.S. Bank. He and his wife, Kim, recently relocated from Denver to Washington, D.C.

Jennifer Mead Hoyt, b’92, directs marketing for the printing company Stouse.

Julia Mathias Manglitz, e’92, g’99, is senior architect at Quinn Evans.

Sarah Mason Sears, f’92, is founder and principal of S Design, a branding and marketing consultancy. She lives in Oklahoma City.

Karin Brondell Tollefson, PharmD’92, is senior vice president and head of global medical affairs at Seagen Inc.

Paul Torline, l’92, is a member at Lewis Rice and chairs the real estate department in the law firm’s Kansas City office.


Stefan Cox, b’93, is general manager of the entertainment venue Spare Time Texas in Pflugerville, Texas.

James Holt, c’93, c’93, is senior counsel at Koch Engineered Solutions in Wichita.

Charlie Hunt, d’93, g’00, in April was appointed director of the Johnson County Department of Health and Environment.


Kevin Admiral, c’94, a major general in the U.S. Army, in July took command of the 1st Cavalry Division at Fort Cavazos, Texas.

Jennifer Sundgren Brull, c’94, m’98, is a family physician in Plainville and vice president of clinical engagement for Aledade, a network of primary care providers.

Chelan David, j’94, wrote Beautiful States of Mind, a memoir about traveling to all 50 states with his two teenage daughters. He lives in Overland Park and is development director at Lead to Read KC.

Brandon Sanders, c’94, g’98, a jazz drummer, released his debut album, “Compton’s Finest,” in August. He is a social worker and counselor in New York City.


Sandy Wilder Evers, d’95, is principal of Oak Mountain Middle School in Birmingham, Alabama.


Marc Havener, c’96, president of Resonate Pictures, in June won national gold and silver American Advertising Awards for cinematography and editing, respectively, for an ad the company created showcasing an earthwork installation in Washington by Lawrence artist Stan Herd, ’86. Marc and his wife, Jenea Hooge Havener, c’98, live in Lawrence and have three children, Luke, Lily and Mae.


Jim Becklenberg, g’97, is Littleton, Colorado, city manager.

David Broz, a’97, is a visiting professor of design at Columbia College Chicago.

Garrett Lindemann, PhD’97, is director of life sciences at Ramaco Carbon. He lives in Big Horn, Wyoming.

Cynthia Patane, c’97, is a partner at Gordon & Rees law firm in Phoenix.

Cathy Theisen, l’97, is a Douglas County District Court judge.


Andre Graham, m’98, is a general surgeon with North Texas Surgical Specialists.

Michael Gratz, c’98, is chef and pitmaster at Prairie Fire, a Kansas City-inspired barbecue restaurant in London that he founded in 2013.

Jason Stein, c’98, is vice president and research director at the Wisconsin Policy Forum.


Jill Mohrman Ehnes, b’99, is president of Delta Faucet Co.

Evan Schmidt, c’99, is CEO of Valley Vision, a civic leadership organization in Sacramento, California.

Paul Woelk, c’99, g’04, was promoted to senior vice president of cable operations business planning at Charter Communications.


Ryan Bartlett, c’00, PhD’07, in July was named chief technology officer at the food and agriculture company Pairwise.

Bob Bishop, b’00, is vice president of product management at Oracle in Kansas City.

Mike Eber, c’00, is a partner at the law firm Caplan Cobb in Atlanta. He and his wife, Alison, have two daughters.

Rebecca Shore, c’00, g’05, lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where she is lead program therapist at Children’s Minnesota.

Alan Tipp, f’00, is an industrial designer and the founder of ATIPPICAL design studio in Omaha, Nebraska. He has designed products for Under Armour, Lands’ End, Dick’s Sporting Goods and other prominent brands and retailers.


Scott Filmore, b’98, l’01, is senior director of private client services at RSM. He lives in Bloomington, Minnesota.

Catherine Licata, c’01, was promoted to associate professor of cinema and media studies at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota.

Chris Stoppel, b’01, g’02, EdD’23, is director of budget and financial planning at the Colorado School of Mines.


Rich Federico, l’02, a federal public defender and captain in the U.S. Navy Reserve, has been nominated by President Joe Biden to serve on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit.

Kyle Krueger, d’02, g’03, is general manager of the University of Montana’s Grizzly Sports Properties.

Eric Tadda, j’02, directs marketing for Joe’s Kansas City Bar-B-Que.


Alison Anway, l’03, chairs the health policy advisory group for Ballard Partners, a government relations firm.

Yasmeen Coleman-Rhinehardt, c’03, is a clinical pharmacy technician II at Option Care Health in Overland Park.

Anthony Corporon, l’03, is senior counsel at MetLife Investment Management in Overland Park.

Mark Gencarelli, c’03, and his wife, Marissa, are the founders and owners of Yoli Tortilleria in Kansas City. In June, the tortilla bakery won Outstanding Bakery in the 2023 James Beard Awards, among the highest honors in the culinary industry.

Jennifer Huang, c’03, m’07, is a pediatric cardiologist and associate professor at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland.

Julee Schreiber Koncak, j’03, director of the Burns & McDonnell Foundation, was named one of Kansas City Business Journal’s 2023 NextGen Leaders.


Heather Hunt Frayre, c’04, an immigration attorney, was elected member at Dickinson Wright in the law firm’s El Paso, Texas, office.

Nick Hobbs, c’04, is an associate professor in the department of biology at the University of Nebraska at Kearney.

Breva Rose Spencer, s’04, is the maternal and child health supervisor for the Riley County Health Department.


Alysen Stockinger Abel, g’05, g’18, joined the engineering firm Garver as a municipal team leader in its transportation division. She lives in Overland Park.

Natalia Leistner, n’05, g’10, founded CASA Medical in Lawrence.

Beth Hall Martino, g’05, in May was named president and CEO of Three Square Food Bank, which serves southern Nevada. She and her husband, Stephen, c’95, j’96, live in Las Vegas.


Ben Lowenthal, l’06, is a deputy public defender in Maui County, Hawaii.

Lindsay Bruce Navarre, c’06, n’14, is a nurse practitioner. She and her husband, Chance, live in Gainesville, Florida, and have a daughter, Katerina, and son, Elliot.


Lauren Akitake, l’07, an attorney in private practice in Wailuku, Hawaii, was appointed to the University of Hawaii Board of Regents for a five-year term by Gov. Josh Green.

Eric Avery, c’07, is the producing artistic director at AlterTheater in San Rafael, California.

Emily Knopp Hood, d’07, g’09, is a physical therapist at UT Health San Antonio. She has four children, Brooks, Nora, Collins and Adeline.

Nicholas Tejeda, g’07, is western region group president for Tenet Healthcare, overseeing operation of 17 hospitals in Texas, New Mexico and California. He and his wife, Elena Keefer Tejeda, c’05, live in El Paso, Texas.


Stanley McClurg, m’08, is an otolaryngologist at Ascentist Healthcare in Merriam.

Amelia McConnell, g’08, is the business manager for Sisler Builders in Stowe, Vermont.

Destaney Sperry, j’08, is a morning executive producer at ABC15 Arizona in Phoenix.


Belinda Bagby, n’09, g’14, is a psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner at PrairieStar Health Center in Hutchinson.

Stephanie Winn Putzke, g’09, is a principal and director of interior design at the architecture firm Cyntergy in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Darcey Rapp Schumacher, g’09, is a structural engineer and principal at Wallace Design Collective in Kansas City.


Alessandra Ainsworth, c’10, m’14, is an obstetrician-gynecologist and director of patient experience at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.

Michael Draper, a’10, c’10, is principal analyst of regulatory services for the Mammoth Community Water District in Mammoth Lakes, California.

Patrick Johnson, g’10, associate professor of psychology at Chico State University in California, in April was honored with the university’s Outstanding Faculty Service Award.

Spencer Lott, c’10, and Grace Townley-Lott, s’10, g’11, are the founders of Simple Mischief Studio, a puppet design and performance business. The studio’s clients have included HBO Max, Nickelodeon and TriStar Pictures. Spencer has performed as a puppeteer in numerous TV shows and films, including “Sesame Street,” “Saturday Night Live” and “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.”

Melody Morgan, g’10, is development officer for the Association of Health Care Journalists.


Marie Biggs, c’11, j’11, is a director of engagement strategy at Fishawack Health. She lives in Seattle.

David Cohen, b’11, g’12, is vice president of accounting at Alaska Communications.

Stacey Michaelis Dimitt, m’11, is a family doctor, obstetrician and chief of staff at Cibola Family Health Center in Grants, New Mexico.

Alyissa Johnson, a’11, an artist and graphic designer, owns After Another Studio and recently debuted a home decor collection at Target.

Michael Kennedy, PhD’11, is professor of special education at the University of Virginia.

Peter Uritis, c’11, is an enterprise account executive with ORO Labs. He and Alex Beshk Uritis, c’12, live in Kansas City, where she is an events manager for Sierra Winter Jewelry. They have two children, Hattie and Harrison.

Cassie Wilson, c’11, g’14, is a meteorologist at KSHB 41 News in Kansas City.


Cat Ward Carothers, c’12, owns The Selby House, a vintage furniture studio in Dallas.

Christi Davis Delaroy, j’12, g’16, directs marketing and brand strategy for the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City.

Trisha Horsley, PhD’12, in May was named dean of the school of nursing at Texas A&M University.

Michelle Jantzen, n’12, lives in Aurora, Colorado, where she is a pediatric clinical nurse specialist at Children’s Hospital Colorado.

Seth Johnson, b’12, is global director of sales and marketing at Zochem, a chemical manufacturing company.

Kelli Blacklock Llorence, a’12, g’14, is a designer III at Perkins&Will in Dallas.

Beth Newton Rankin, d’12, g’15, PhD’21, is an assistant professor in the college of education at Oregon State University.


Arthur Ankeney, c’13, m’19, is an emergency medicine physician at Blessing Health System in Quincy, Illinois.

Jenny Conforti Brcic, g’13, lives in St. Louis, where she is a project manager at Srote & Co Architects.

Mike Cappo, l’13, a partner at the law firm Shook, Hardy & Bacon, was named one of Ingram’s Magazine’s 2023 “40 Under Forty” honorees. He and his wife, Elizabeth, live in Kansas City.

Brooke Estell, c’13, g’19, is associate creative director at Conscious Minds Studios.

Thea Glassman, c’13, an entertainment journalist, wrote the book Freaks, Gleeks, and Dawson’s Creek: How Seven Teen Shows Transformed Television, published in June.

Katherine McBride Goyette, l’13, is a staff attorney with the Conservation Law Foundation in Boston.

Katie Murphy Hershon, m’13, is medical director of outpatient clinics at ServiceNet, a nonprofit mental health and human services organization in Massachusetts.

Matt Keane, l’13, a lieutenant colonel in the Kansas Army National Guard, in June took command of the 235th Regiment in Salina.

Michael Carver Kirwan, c’13, lives in Chicago, where he is a property tax manager at RWE Clean Energy.

Kim Hopewell Knackstedt, g’13, PhD’18, is a senior fellow at The Century Foundation and director of its Disability Economic Justice Collaborative.

Christal Lloyd, c’13, is a member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives. She and her husband, Joseph, have a daughter, Olivia.

Zack McQuiston, c’13, j’13, is a marketing transformation manager at Accenture in Chicago.

Luke Nitchals, b’13, is a finance manager at Amazon.


Kaitlin Lugo Shulman, d’14, is diversity, equity and inclusion coordinator for the Shawnee Mission School District.

Kathryn Smith, p’14, PharmD’16, is an emergency medicine clinical pharmacist at UCHealth Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland, Colorado.


Ashley Booker Brunhoeber, j’15, is marketing manager at Keycentrix, a pharmacy software company in Wichita.

Ryan Falk, g’15, is an architect at Hoefer Welker in Leawood. He and his wife, Molly Foltz Falk, c’14, have three children, Weston, Emma and Bennett.

Kyle Grose, p’15, PharmD’16, is a pharmacist with The University of Kansas Health System. He and his wife, Carlie Thomas Grose, d’16, have a 1-year-old daughter, Molly.

Kelsey Hagan, g’15, PhD’20, is a clinical psychologist and assistant professor in the department of psychiatry at Virginia Commonwealth University.

Amanda Parks Witthaus, e’15, is a manager in the networks, integration and automation department at Burns & McDonnell. She and her husband, Eric, e’13, live in St. Louis.


Sage Morander D’Amico, b’16, is a senior account manager at Moxie Communications Group. She lives in Providence, Rhode Island.

Madeline Dickerson Gonser, c’16, j’16, is the protection order project coordinator for the Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence.

Allison Kite, j’16, a reporter for The Missouri Independent and Kansas Reflector, received the 2023 William E. James Outstanding Young Journalist Award from the Missouri Press Association.

Cassidy Ritter, j’16, covers technology for the Denver Business Journal.


Bradon Bitter, m’17, is a general surgeon at Newman Regional Health in Emporia.

Walter Cayce, j’17, is a communications adviser at ConocoPhillips in Houston.

Maddie Dobyns, c’17, g’19, g’19, a former KU soccer player, in June was named assistant women’s soccer coach at the University of Kentucky.

John Killen Jr., b’17, was promoted to director of marketing at Fanatics Inc. He lives in Tampa, Florida.

Leah Speaks, m’17, is a general surgeon with Salina Regional Surgical Associates.


Ashton Fee, b’18, is a business account manager at Fee Insurance Group in Hutchinson.

Charlie LaBarr, c’18, is vice president of multifamily investments in the Kansas City office of Colliers International.

Faith Ries, j’18, is associate communications manager for the video game developer Naughty Dog.

BriAnna Dittberner Tovi, c’18, is a registered nurse with The University of Kansas Health System. She and her husband, Andru, c’21, live in Olathe.


Abdelaziz Alloghani, e’19, is a drilling engineer with Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. in the United Arab Emirates.

Devan Burris, j’19, is a digital producer at CNBC in New York City.

Cody Campbell, c’19, is an intermodal business manager for Alliance Shippers. He lives in Shawnee.

Katelyn Crim, b’19, is an assistant in the business office at The Feathered Nest, a home furnishings store in Belleville.

Matthew Hanson, e’19, is a mechanical engineer at WSP. He lives in Minneola, Florida.

Mariah Jones-Greif, m’19, practices obstetrics and gynecology at Mowery Women’s Clinic in Salina.

Tony Raper, e’19, is a dentist at Lawrence Dental Center. He and Sarah Stuhlsatz Raper, d’19, have a 1-year-old daughter, Brooklyn.

Joseph Stroud, n’19, DNP’23, is an advanced practice registered nurse at HealthCore Clinic in Wichita.


Michael Jenia, e’20, is a product engineer at MSE Audio, a speaker design and manufacturing company based in Lenexa.

Arun Nair, g’20, g’21, is a solutions architect manager for Amazon Web Services.

Brett Sitts, l’20, directs career services in the School of Law.


SJ Gulick, c’21, c’23, is an outreach coordinator for the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.

August Johanson, b’21, is a relationship manager at the software company Sprinklr. He lives in Austin, Texas.

Elise Kratz, g’21, is a special education teacher in the Goddard Unified School District. She and her husband, Jeremiah, live in Wichita and have four children, Josh, Emma, Maddie and Nathan.

James Lang, b’21, is a senior business analyst for Atmosphere TV. He and Abigail Veneziano Lang, c’21, live in Austin, Texas, and have a son, Louis.

Peyton Pender, l’21, is an associate attorney at Horn Aylward & Bandy in Kansas City.

Jordan Vitt, b’21, g’22, a tax specialist with Glass Consulting in Lawrence, in May was named one of 50 winners of the Elijah Watt Sells Award from the American Institute of CPAs, presented to the top national scorers on the Uniform CPA Examination.


Gabriel Altenbernd, g’22, g’22, is Belleville, Wisconsin, village administrator.

Erin Bradley, g’22, is a community engagement coordinator for Front Porch Alliance, a nonprofit serving east Kansas City, Missouri.

Megan Hatfield, g’22, is assistant director of education and leadership initiatives for Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She lives in Kansas City.

Rebecca Kramer, EdD’22, is superintendent of the South Brown County Unified School District.

Luke Sunderland, l’22, practices law in Sabetha.

Evan Svetlak, e’22, is a process engineer at HF Sinclair Corp. She lives in El Dorado.

Cole Young, b’22, is an investor relations associate at Griffis Residential in Denver.


Patrick Anderson, g’23, is treasury manager at Amgen, a biotechnology company. He and his wife, Richelle, live in Lutz, Florida.

Seth Dibble, e’23, is a process engineer at Kiewit.

Alexis Getzel, b’23, is an audit assistant at Deloitte.

Devin Gouger, e’23, is an engineer I at Atkins Global.

Jack Heller, a’23, g’23, g’23, is an architectural project coordinator at CLB Architects in Bozeman, Montana.

Kristin Kaipust, j’23, is strategic communications coordinator for the Kansas Water Office.

Trevor Kohl, e’23, is a mechanical engineer at Kiewit.

Joseph McClain, e’23, is an assistant chemical engineer at Burns & McDonnell in Kansas City.

Lauren Nelson, c’23, j’23, is media coordinator at Trozzolo Communications Group in Kansas City.

Sophia Peterson, c’23, is a behavioral health specialist at Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center in Lawrence.

Alyssa Wingo, j’23, is a writer at Rank Fuse Digital Marketing in Overland Park.



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