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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2006

John Spieth ’06 and Amy Partridge Spieth welcome the birth of their son, John Palmer Spieth on Aug. 18, 2020. John Palmer is 9 lb 8 oz and 22”

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2006

Paige (Rossetti) Abdelmalek ’06 and husband Andy Abdelmalek welcomed a baby boy, Emmett Theo, on May 22nd, 2020. Paige, Andy and big brother Anthony (2 years old) are thrilled, and enjoying life as a family of four.

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2006

Paul James Jockisch ’06 was promoted to Chief Financial Officer at Stanford Federal Credit Union in February 2020. Paul’s teams are responsible for the accounting, finance, compliance, risk, and wealth management of the $3 billion non-profit financial cooperative headquartered in Palo Alto, CA.

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2006

John Van Geffen J.D. ’06 received the National Business Aviation Association’s (NBAA) 2019 Top 40 Under 40 Award, which honors young professionals making their mark in the business aviation industry. He is a partner at the Avialex Law Group.

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2006

Jack Gillum ’06 is a senior reporter at ProPublica. He covers technology and specializes in how algorithms, big data, and social media platforms affect people’s daily lives and civil rights. Prior to ProPublica, Gillum wrote for The Washington Post and The Associated Press.

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2006

Noam Shendar MBA ’06 was featured on the Voices in Data Storage podcast, in which he shared his technical expertise on software-defined continuous inside storage systems. He is the general manager of Hyperscale Cloud Business at Zadara.

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2006

Tyler Davey J.D. ’06 has been elected partner with Jackson Walker. He joined Jackson Walker in 2015 as a member of the firm’s wealth planning practice group.

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2006

Peter Nissly ’06, J.D. ’09 is an associate attorney with the firm of Hopkins & Carley representing clients in commercial litigation matters, including those with trade secret, probate, and contract disputes.

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2006

Brian Cuneo ’06 was one of five legal professionals named to the Silicon Valley Business Journal 2019 class of “40 Under 40” honorees. Each year, the publication highlights 40 outstanding Silicon Valley men and women for their contributions and accomplishments.

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2006

A. Zell Williams ’06 wrote and directed the play The Urban Retreat, which was performed at the Buriel Clay Theater in San Francisco’s African American Art & Culture Complex. The play’s protagonist, a young rap star, is keen on writing his memoir, so long as his high school English teacher serves as ghostwriter. At SCU, […]

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2006

Kristin Kinder ’06 has become the director of research and waste stream sustainability at Wastequip, a North American manufacturer of waste handling equipment. In this newly created role, Kinder will serve as the company’s resident expert on waste stream improvements and efforts to drive positive environmental change. In 2019, she was awarded Waste360’s 40 Under […]

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2006

Emily M. Eng ’06 is a graphic artist for The Seattle Times. She worked closely on the paper’s “Hostile Waters” series—initially sculpting a clay orca, baking it in a toaster oven, and hand painting it to add to her Times infographic on killer whales. After graduating from SCU with a B.S. in biology, she gained a graduate certification in […]

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Graphic artist Emily Eng displays a clay orca whale she made.
2006

Andrew Zilli ’06, married Krissy Brandlin on July 7, 2018, in Los Angeles. Matt Zilli ’02, Anthony DiVento ’02, Kevin Koch ’06, Alex Diaconou ’06, and Michael Barbieri ’06 all served as groomsmen. A number of Andrew’s 2006 classmates were in attendance, along with a couple of Broncos from the class of ’72. The newlyweds […]

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2006

Zach D. Schwarzbach J.D. ’06 has opened his own law practice in Santa Cruz, specializing in criminal defense, juvenile delinquency, Title IX investigation work, and school discipline hearings. Previously, he served as an appointed public defender in Santa Cruz County Superior Court.

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2006

After specializing in social justice and public interest law, Peter Castle J.D. ’06 was accepted into the Coro Fellow in Public Affairs leadership training program. He worked for several nonprofits before returning to Colorado, where he most recently served as VP of business compliance at Peak Vista Community Health Centers in Colorado Springs. Peter died […]

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2006

James Michael Millett Jr. ’06, known as Michael, 39, of Burlingame, CA, died on August 12, 2015, from a fatal fall while hiking in Yosemite. He was 39.   Michael grew up in San Carlos and lived in the Bay Area all of his life. He graduated from Bellarmine High School and Santa Clara University and spent his career […]

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2006

Cindy Avitia J.D. ’06 worked on staff for Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren J.D. ’75 from 2006 to 2010. She was killed in an automobile accident in Mexico on Aug. 22, 2013. Avitia was a strong advocate for immigration reform. According to the Chihuahua, Mexico newspaper Tiempo, the accident occurred near the city of Parral in northern Mexico. […]

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2006

Alice Joy BA ’06 of San Francisco passed away on May 18, 2012.

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2006

Matthew Lightner ’06, of San Ramon, Calif., passed away Dec. 25, 2011. He was the founder of Site5, a web hosting company that he started at the age of 14.

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