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Chris Morales J.D. ’90, an attorney, traveled to Poland last fall to teach American constitutional and criminal law at a Polish law school.
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Ed Meehan ’90 has been named chief operating officer at Accenture Federal Services. Meehan has been at Accenture for 27 years, most recently leading the company’s safety and citizen services portfolio as well as federal sales. Outside of work, he is an active board member for The Women’s Center.
Heidi Flaherty MBA ’90 retired with her husband to Bodega Bay, California, after 33 rewarding years in Silicon Valley.
Christine Condy ’90 has opened her own law office in North Beach, San Francisco. She focuses on business immigration law, which she has been practicing for more than 22 years. Condy and her family, including 8-year-old Camilla (who’s already planning on attending SCU!), live in North Beach.
Claire (Serrao) Schissler J.D. ’91 has been appointed managing director and fiduciary manager of Boston Private’s West Coast operations. Based in the San Mateo office, Schissler will be responsible for managing all aspects of trust administration and overseeing a regional team of trust officers.
Patricia J. Vaughn ’92, MBA ’98 has been VP of finance and planning at Chevron's Midstream headquarters since February 2016.
Stephen Sullivan J.D. ’92 has joined Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt as a shareholder in its Mountain View office. As a Silicon Valley veteran, Sullivan relies on over 20 years of experience to practice intellectual property law, primarily in patent prosecution. In addition, he started and managed two law firms and focuses primarily on the software and electronic arts in fields such as digital imaging devices, video processing, computer graphics, software anti-piracy, encryption, networking, semiconductor devices, speech and handwriting recognition, databases, multiprocessing computer systems, and bioinformatics.
Bart D. Ricketts ’92 is president and CEO of Lease Crutcher Lewis, a commercial general contracting and construction management company with divisions in Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington. His wife, Wendy (Baldwin) Ricketts ’92, is board chair for Serendipity Center, a nonprofit therapeutic school serving at-risk students with complex learning needs. The Ricketts live in Lake Oswego, Oregon, with daughter Olivia and son George.
After 23 years in Washington, D.C., and 12 years with AARP, Greg Macias ’92 is relocating to New York City to serve as the chief operating officer for sageusa.org, the nation’s leading advocacy organization for older LGBT Americans.
Genie Harrison J.D. ’92 was honored with the award of top female attorney of the year for 2017 by the International Association of Top Professionals. For over two decades, she has provided legal expertise and delivered results as a trial attorney and advocate for plaintiffs, being heralded by the Daily Journal as one of California’s top labor and employment attorneys for eight years. In 2016 and 2017, she was listed by Super Lawyers as one of the top 10 Southern California “Super Lawyers”—and was named No. 3 on its Top 10 list in 2017. In 2016, Super Lawyers profiled and featured Harrison on the cover of its magazine. For seven years she has been recognized by Best Lawyers in America in the field of plaintiff’s employment litigation. Harrison is also the treasurer of Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, the largest local trial bar association in the country. As a very active contributor to the bar, she looks forward to continuing to represent her clients and giving back to the community.
Haydée Alfonso J.D. ’92, MBA ’92 is general counsel and managing attorney at Bay Area Legal Aid, a firm with over 140 attorneys and advocates providing free legal assistance to low-income clients. She joined the organization in 2008.
Stacy (Sanders) Young ’93 and husband Liberty Young welcomed son Fenix Sanders Young to their San Francisco home on June 19, 2017.
Alice Busching Reynolds J.D. ’93 is senior advisor to Gov. Jerry Brown ’59 on climate, environment, and energy. Previously, she was deputy secretary for law enforcement and counsel at the California Environmental Protection Agency since 2011 and has also worked for the California Attorney General’s Office and in private practice.
Katherine McLain J.D. ’93 is corporate counsel for Stripe in San Francisco. Previously, she held legal and compliance roles in private and public companies. She lives with her family in Castro Valley.
Elizabeth Bricmont Jarrett '93 was awarded Teacher of the Year at Westmont High School as well as for the Campbell Union High School District. She represented the district at the Santa Clara County Teacher of the Year Celebration.
Lena Sousa Day M.A. ’93 has written A Journey Through My Soul (Poems from My Youth). These lyrical poems range from her teenage years through adulthood and include the excitement of early love relationships, experiences on friendship and betrayal, desperately missing a loved one stationed overseas, and what it might feel like to be disabled.
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Katey Dallosto ’93, a third-generation Bronco, wrote and published Fortune Cookie Leadership, a book created to inspire your sales teams as well as your family team. Originating from simple one-liners she shared with her mother, Ann Carr Dallosto ’65, the guide contains 52 “fortunes” to aid in sales, leadership, and life.
After almost 25 years in California and Oregon, it was time for Thomas Gemal M.S. ’94, MBA ’00 to move his family back to their native Scandinavia. He is enjoying life living in southern Sweden and working for Palantir in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Greg DePasquale J.D. ’94 is senior vice president, general counsel, and secretary at Copart, a publicly-traded company providing online vehicle auction services.
Miles Kelly ’95 is chief marketing officer for OneLogin, a late-stage technology startup based in San Francisco. Kelly spent the last five years running global product marketing for DocuSign Inc. He holds a B.S. in marketing from SCU.
Ignacio J. Guerrero ’95 graduated from the Senior Executives in State and Local Government program at Harvard Kennedy School. Guerrero spent three weeks in Cambridge, Massachusetts, participating in this flagship executive education program with 75 other local and state government leaders from around the United States and the world.
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Steve Nash ’96 and wife Lilla Frederick announce the birth of their 8-pound son, Luca, on July 19.
Allen Eraut ’96 was recognized in the 2018 edition of The Best Lawyers in America, a peer-reviewed publication in the legal profession, based on his work in two areas: construction litigation and product liability litigation defense. As a shareholder of the Rizzo Mattingly Bosworth law firm, Eraut represents businesses, individuals, and insurers in complex litigation involving construction, environmental and toxic tort, casualty, premises liability, product liability, professional malpractice, trucking, insurance coverage, and commercial disputes.
Guisselle Nunez ’97 is celebrating two years as the director of marketing, public and government relations for the Chabot-Las Positas Community College District, serving Alameda County in the Bay Area. Her passion still lies in helping organizations and individuals communicate their value through marketing and branding strategies.