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Both Dana Knudsen ’12 and Tanya Schmidt ’12 who played volleyball for the Broncos are now playing professionally in Europe. Dana in Murcia, Spain and Tanya in Germany. Thanks to SCU for giving both girls the opportunities and growth to reach to a higher level. Go Broncos!
Holly Hanbury-Brown ’12 is now an associate editor at Discovery Girls Magazine! Thank you to Steven Saum for teaching me so much about publishing a quality magazine with high standards and a mission to better our world. Shoutouts to Chuck Barry, Clay Hamilton, and Russ Morris too! Long live Bucky!
Carey DeAngelis ’05, MBA ’12 and Ben Fredlake were married on November 16, 2013 in Scottsdale, Ariz. The couple resides in Phoenix, Ariz.
Jason D. Catalano ’12 is serving as a Military Police Officer in the 2nd Cavalry Regiment in Vilseck, Germany. His main duty is assisting the Provost Marshall of the Regiment in: Anti-terrorism operations, Force Protection, Physical Security, Detention Facility operations, and discipline of the unit. Other duties include Conducting joint Police patrols with the German Polizei, Officer Professional Development, and training in Police and Soldier tasks and drills. He is currently deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom as an Officer in Charge of a bomb dog detection unit.
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Ropers Majeski Kohn & Bentley, P.C. has added Rachael E. Brown '09, J.D. '12 as an associate in its San Jose office. She graduated cum laude from Santa Clara University and also received a High Tech Law Certificate in Intellectual Property Law. During her time in law school, Brown served as assistant director of the Internal Moot Court program; helped revitalize Equality SCU, a group dedicated to advocating and advancing LGBT issues; served on the board of the Women and Law group, helping to promote the advancement of women in the legal field; and she also worked as a law clerk at RMKB.
Chloe Lynn Wilson ’13 writes, "I am thrilled to announce that I will be serving as a Jesuit Volunteer with JVC Northwest for one year beginning in August 2013! I will be a community liaison/tribal court spokesperson with the Northwest Justice Project on the Colville Indian Reservation in Omak, Wash. I especially want to thank all of the Campus ministers who inspired me to pursue this incredible adventure, and who supported me through my application and discernment process!"
Justin Viele ’13 was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the 37th round of the 2013 MLB June Amateur Draft.
Amy Tamayo ’13 of Hailey, Idaho, has been chosen to participate in the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals. It is a one-year, federally funded fellowship for study and work in Germany. From more than 600 applicants, Tamayo was selected as one of 75 participants. While in Germany, she will attend a two-month German language course, study at a German university or professional school for four months, and complete a five-month internship with a German company in her career field.
Gabi Solis ’13 attended the American Bach Solists Acadamy in San Francisco this past summer where she was a soloist in Bach's Mass in B Minor and Biber's Missa Salisburgensis. A late-night call this fall from the renowned music director Jeffrey Thomas included an invitation to perform with the professionals performing Handel's Messiah at Grace Cathedral Church in San Francisco and at the Mondavi Center at UC Davis in December 2013.
John Michael Reyes ’09, M.Div ’13 is currently the Campus Minister for Liturgy at Seattle University and cantors for Christ our Hope Parish, the newst Catholic Church in Seattle, Wash.
Spencer Rahn ’13 writes that he is actively seeking a job in a the field of analytics, using his love of numbers and analytical mind to solve problems and deliver solutions.
Sarah Perkins ’13 has accepted an editorial assistant position for Professional Roofing magazine. She is living in the Chicagoland area and can't wait to see everyone at Grand Reunion in the fall.
Nate May ’13 was awarded the American Institute of Chemists Foundation Award in recognition of a record of leadership, ability, character and scholastic achievement. He was also welcomed into Sigma Xi, the national scientific research society.
Goalkeeper Larry Jackson ’13 has joined the Colorado Rapids, one of Major League Soccer’s ten charter clubs. Jackson was also named the 2012 West Coast Conference Goalkeeper of the Year.
Wes Helmholz J.D. ’13 joins the Los Angeles office of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe.
Melanie "Mimi" Fang M.A. '13 is excited to announce her internships at City of Fremont's Youth and Family Services and Christian Counseling Center in Fremont. She will be leading groups on grief, motherhood, stress management, social skills for kids, and parenting education. She is delighted to be working with individuals and families in both talk and play therapy. And she is looking forward to connecting with other alumni and hearing their next steps.
Brenna Donnellan ’13 of San Rafael has been accepted into Teach for America and will teach high school biology in southwest Texas. She graduated early, with honors, with a double major in environmental science and ancient studies.
Annapurna Devagiri '13 writes that she is a computer science engineering grad as of September 2013.
Tim Smith '71, a licensed clinical social worker, recently retired after 28 years working as a clinical supervisor and mental health clinician with the Dept. of Behavioral Health in Fresno.
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Pouya Shahbazian J.D. ’03 was profiled in The Hollywood Reporter. He is a manager-producer at New Leaf Literary & Media, a management/production business that includes the hotly anticipated film Divergent, based on a YA novel Shahbazian discovered and placed at Summit. (He has a producer credit). Among his other high-profile sales: Patrick Lee's Runner to Warner Bros. with Justin Lin directing, and Leigh Bardugo's Shadow and Boneto DreamWorks.
Dr. Jimmy Roehrig M.S. ’88 has joined Matakina International, a leader in the development of objective volumetric measurement of breast density. Roehrig will provide scientific depth to the U.S. sales effort and strategic planning for product development and intellectual property, particularly with the software Volpara, designed to help overcome the limitations of mammography to detect cancer in women with dense breasts; it generates objective, automatic measurement of volumetric breast density values along with a BI-RADS Breast Density Classification for mammograms acquired from any commercially available digital mammography system.
Roehrig, who co-founded R2 Technology, served as chief science officer and was responsible for building the technical team that produced the ImageChecker® computer-aided detection (CAD) system, the first CAD system approved by the FDA. As VP of Advanced Development, Dr. Roehrig led the development and refinement of R2’s proprietary algorithm for the earlier detection of breast cancer and managed efforts to apply the technology to other diseases. Upon the acquisition of R2 by Hologic, Inc, Dr. Roehrig remained until 2012, working primarily in the field of quantitative DCE MRI for breast imaging.
Gov. Jerry Brown ’59 announced the appointment of Gary L. Moorhead ’72 to a judgeship in the Orange County Superior Court. Moorhead, 63, of Laguna Niguel, has been a managing partner at Pohlson and Moorhead LLP since 1980. He was an associate at Schell and Delamer from 1976 to 1980. Moorhead earned a Juris Doctor degree from Southwestern School of Law and a Bachelor of Science degree from Santa Clara University.