2011

The international law firm Withers is pleased to announce Santa Clara University School of Law alumnus Matthew Owens J.D. ’11 has been elevated to partner in the San Diego office as part of 12 total partner promotions across the firm’s global offices, effective January 1, 2021. Matthew earned his J.D. from Santa Clara and his […]

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2005

Aside from being on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, Nick Johnson ’05, an emergency physician at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, Washington, was a key member of the team that saved a hiker who’d been declared dead for 45-minutes after getting lost in below-freezing conditions on Mt. Rainier in November 2020.

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2003

AKS Engineering & Forestry named Joey Shearer ’03 an associate member from the firm’s Bend, Ore., office. He has spent the past nine years as a city, county, and private-sector planner, and developed a strong understanding of Oregon land-use laws.

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1987

Michael Bennett ’87 took a break from his career in finance to publish his first novel, Young Donald, with Inkshares in October, 2020. The book is an imagined biography of Donald Trump in military school in the 1960s.

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1977

Everyone noticed the good spirit and gentle ways of Michael Phillip Classen ’77. He found joy in each morning, ice cream, and visiting with the neighborhood dogs. Shortly after graduating from SCU with his Psychology degree, Michael was diagnosed with a serious mental illness. He returned home to continue his recovery and became a mentor to […]

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2011

The Northern California Super Lawyers  2020 list included Abimael Bastida ’11 JD ’14 in its rising starts list of attorneys under 40 years old or who have practiced law for less than 10 years. Abimael is part of the 2 percent of the Northern California bar named. Abimael works at the San Jose-based trial law firm […]

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1974

John C Cruden, JD ’74, currently a principal at the environmental law firm of Beveridge and Diamond, has just been elected to the Board of Governors of the American Bar Association. He previously served as Chair of the ABA Section on Environment, Energy, and Resources.

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1973

Bihl Haus Arts, co-founded by Eric Lane ’73 and his wife, Dr. Kellen Kee McIntyre, celebrated its 15th anniversary with a “QuinSenora” on Facebook live. Bihl Haus Arts, a community-based non-profit 501(c)3 organization, is the only professional nonprofit contemporary art gallery on the premises of an affordable senior housing community in the United States. Located […]

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2019

Julio Garcia Jimenez ’19 was hired by the Vail Daily, a newspaper, as its Spanish reporter.

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1976

Patricia Badia-Johnson ’76 published Orienta…She Is the Dance, the story and writings for her mother, Orienta Badia. Orienta was born on Christmas day 1918 and juggled the demands of two cultures as a member of a family who immigrated from Italy to the United States. A dancer, Orienta used her art to support her family […]

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1990

Downey Brand, a prominent law firm with offices in Sacramento, San Francisco, Stockton, and Reno, is pleased to announce that Jan Fleener ’90 was named a 2020 Top Lawyer by Sacramento Magazine for her legal work in Appellate, Banking & Financial Services, Business Litigation, and Banking and Finance Litigation. Top Lawyers are nominated and voted […]

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1976

The St. Vincent de Paul Society of Marin named Herb Foedisch ’76 as its new board president in October 2020. Herb has served on the board since 2008 in roles including Development Chair and Vice President.

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1977

Gregory McNulty ’77 is president of Cyber Reconnaissance and a leading-edge company in the prediction of Cyberattacks using Artificial Intelligence software that identifies potential malicious behavior on the internet. He also recently became a grandfather to a future Bronco baby boy with yet another expected in June. Greg’s daughter Helena McNulty ’08 worked in venture capital […]

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2002

Stories from an alternative spring break in El Salvador hit the stage at Riveted when Vickie Wippel ’02 shared the tales before a live audience.

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2015

Just Send the Text: An Expert’s Guide to Letting Go of the Stress and Anxiety of Modern Dating, the first book by dating expert Candice Jalili ’15, will be out Feb. 2, 2021 from Tiller Press, an imprint of Simon & Schuster.

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1982

WilmerHale announced that Susan and Kevin Muck ’82, highly respected and accomplished litigators, joined the firm as partners in its Securities Litigation and Enforcement Practice. Based in San Francisco, they will enhance the law firm’s presence in Northern California. Throughout Kevin’s 35-year legal career, he has received several recognitions by well-respected publications, including Chambers USA […]

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1987

A new book by contemporary Catholic artist Jen Norton ’87, “Surrender All: An Illuminated Journal Retreat through the Stations of the Cross,” has been released by Ave Maria Press. Full of passion, energy, and faith, Norton’s paintings have inspired believers from every walk of life. In this beautiful, full-color book, Norton takes readers on a […]

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2002

Downey Brand, a prominent law firm with offices in Sacramento, San Francisco, Stockton, and Reno, is pleased to announce that Danielle R. Stephens ’02 was named a 2020 Top Lawyer by Sacramento Magazine for her work in Real Estate Law. Top Lawyers are nominated and voted on by attorneys throughout the region based on proficiency in […]

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2006

Joshua Crosson ’06 was named Executive Director of the Minnesota-based nonprofit, EdAllies, an organization that partners with schools, families, and communities to ensure that every young person has access to a rigorous and engaging education. Crosson, a former aide to Congressman Adam Smith, was promoted to Executive Director after serving as the organization’s senior policy […]

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1992

Martha Giannini ’92, who received a B.S. in Sociology, retired in 2020 after 40 years working at SCU, most recently in Human Resources.

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