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Dan Flannery ’80 communication and the arts, executive editor of the Post-Crescent newspaper in Appleton, has assumed additional responsibilities as regional executive editor of Gannett Wisconsin Media. He coordinates group-wide reporting and oversees digital staffing and growth initiatives across Gannett’s 10 newspaper-and-website operations in Wisconsin.
Julia (French) Hultgren ’80 social change and development, is the owner of Mind Calm — a business devoted to mental, physical and emotional health — in Colorado Springs.
Kamran Mesbah ’81 urban studies, is deputy director and director of environmental resources planning for the Capital Area Regional Planning Commission, Madison.
Tim Richter ’81 personal concentration in environmental communication, is the sales manager for Avaya communication services in Green Bay. He also leads the Green Bay YMCA drive to fund long-range capital projects for Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya.
Wendy (Kokal) Franklin ’82 business administration, is human resources manager for Schneider National, Green Bay.
Dr. Steven Kubalak ’82 science and environmental change, is an associate professor in the department of regenerative medicine and cell biology at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Sandy (Jeanquart) Miles ’82 business administration, is a professor at Murray State (Ky.) University and an independent human resources consultant selected to be a part of the U.S. delegation to last month’s ISO TC260 meeting in Arlington, Va., where the focus was international standards in the field of human resource management.
Brooks Darrah ’84 communication and the arts, is a master of theology student at McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago.
Rev. Dale Matson ’84 general studies, recently published his second book, Seeking the Lost: Stories of Search and Rescue. He is an emeritus faculty member with Fresno Pacific University, and an ordained priest serving the Anglican Diocese of San Joaquin as vocations officer.
Todd Hribernik ’85 public and environmental administration, is the director of revenue management for intermodal for Schneider National, Inc. in Green Bay.
Ahmad Alias ’87 urban studies, is an associate professor at the Universiti Teknologi Mara in Perak, Malaysia. He is nearing completion of his third book and his Ph.D. in environmental planning and management.
Joel Barta ’87 business administration, is corporate director of credit at Green Bay Packaging.
Lisa Gruber ’87 human development, is a teacher at St. John the Baptist Catholic School in Green Bay.
Julie Malvitz ’87 personal concentration, is a program manager for the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Washington, D.C.
Chee Ong ’87 business administration, is executive director for Uob Kay Hian Private Limited, a stock brokerage firm located in Singapore.
Rich Kuhr ’88 information and computing science, is a senior application architect at Nissan North America, in Tennessee.
Barbara (Walus) Jordan ’88 psychology, is the owner and a leadership coach/trainer at AdvantEdge Success Coaching, Green Bay.
Ralph Giese ’89 human development, is director of residence life and housing for the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
Tim Legois ’89 managerial accounting, operates Tim Legois, CPA., LLC in Luxemburg.
John Newcomb ’89 business administration, is vice president/general manager of American Tickets, LLC, ticket brokers in Liberty Township, Ohio.
William Ver Voort ’89 psychology, is the food systems coordinator for the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin.
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