2008

Monica Davis J.D. ’08, MBA ’14 was recently appointed deputy city administrator for the City of Oakland. Davis serves as the planning and building department’s assistant director. Most recently, she worked for the City of Hayward as its community services manager, overseeing homelessness policy and special projects including a large land use development project. Davis […]

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2008

Double Bronco Cristina Silva Freyer ’08, M.A. ’11 and her husband, Michael Freyer, welcomed their first child, Jacob Fernan- do Freyer, in July of 2023.

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2008

Mike Sweitzer-Beckman M.Div. ’08 began work as director of development for the College of Letters & Science at the Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association. He will be working closely with the Department of Economics and Robert M. La Follette School for Public Affairs at University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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2008

Keith Gillette LLM ’08 died on July 22, 2022, following a battle with cancer. Keith completed his bachelor’s degree at the United States Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, New York, in 1987. He later went on to obtain a law degree from the University of San Francisco School of Law in 1997 and a […]

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2008

Bethany Elias Jenner ’08 and her husband Zackery welcomed their first child Felix Zakariya Jenner on Jan. 8, 2022.

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2008

Bethany Elias Jenner ’08 and her husband Zackery welcomed their first child, Felix Zakariya Jenner, on Jan. 8, 2022.

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2008

Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) announced that Ahmed Salem MBA ’08 has been elected vice president and general manager of Analog Signal Chain. In this position, Ahmed is responsible for all of TI’s high-speed data products including three product lines: FPD-LinkTM, Ethernet, and high-speed signal conditioning. High-speed data products like these are central to the operation […]

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2008

Asher A. Williams III ’08 will embark on a week-long, 545-mile journey from San Francisco to Los Angeles in June 2022 to support the life-saving services offered by the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the Los Angeles LGBT Center. The services include counseling, HIV/STD screenings, finding housing options for youth experiencing homelessness and people living […]

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2008

Craig Albanese MBA ’08, an accomplished health care leader and distinguished academic pediatric surgeon, has been named executive vice president and chief operating officer of Duke University Health System (DUHS). As executive vice president, Albanese will serve as the senior leader overseeing the timely execution of DUHS goals and strategic priorities. He will work with […]

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2008

Christina Johnson ’08 and Josh Johnson welcome daughter McKenna Carmel Johnson, born in July 2021, at seven pounds, two ounces, and 18.5 inches long. Future fifth generation Bronco! Her great-great grandfather is George Malley ’26, her great grandfather is Pat Malley ’53, and her grandfather is Terry Malley ’76.

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2008

Jason John ’08 received his Ph.D. from University of California, Santa Cruz in 2020 and is now working at the California Natural Resources Agency as a California Council on Science and Technology (CCST) Science & Technology Policy Fellow. John has long held an interest in marine physiology and ecology and this fellowship provides valuable experience and additional training in […]

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Kirsten Krueger MBA ’08 has been promoted to regional vice president of sales for California’s central coast for Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. Krueger joined Gulfstream in 2017 as regional sales manager for the northwest and west-central United States. Her career in business aviation spans 20 years and includes experience in charter sales, aircraft management, and fractional […]

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2008

Narsai Tailo ’08, MBA ’21 co-founded Valpo Holdings in January 2021. At Valpo, we offer a permanent home for businesses while continuing the legacy established by the previous owner. We want to buy U.S.-based businesses that will be around for many decades, have a recurring revenue component and at least half a million dollars of […]

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Chandra K. Shih J.D. ’11 has been promoted to partner at law firm Lowenstein Sandler. Chandra, of The Tech Group, Seed Stage Investing & Startups, and Venture Capital & Tech M&A, works with growth-stage and early-stage startups and venture firms and the angel and strategic investors who fund them. She provides legal and strategic advice to […]

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A pandemic couldn’t stop the gender reveal party Stephanie Marquez ’08 planned—even if it did require a few changes. With the help of a drone, Stephanie and Omaar were able to share the moment they learned the gender of their unborn child with family and friends via Facebook live. On Tiktok, the video of the […]

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Morgan Sweeney (Murphy) joyfully welcomed her first child, Theodore James, with her husband Steve on June 18th. She teaches in the Archdiocese of San Francisco.

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Annie Pearl J.D. ’08 was promoted to chief product officer at Glassdoor, one of the world’s largest job and recruiting sites. Pearl will lead the product, user experience, and design teams, overseeing the strategy behind growing and enhancing the Glassdoor platform. Pearl previously served as senior vice president and head of product and UX/design.

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2008

Lisa Anderson MBA ’08 and Bob Read MBA ’09 married on Aug. 31, 2019, in Woodside. Friends Helena Zheng MBA ’08, Eileen Zimmerman MBA ’08, and Denese Puccinelli MBA ’08 attended the ceremony and reception.

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2008

Kalyn Maher-Walker ’07 has made the 2019 Forbes list “Top Next Gen Financial Advisors,” placing No. 75 out of the top 250 nationwide and No. 21 in the state of California.

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Marcella Reynolds Beasley ’08 was named the 2019 Outstanding CSR of the Year for California from The National Alliance for Education & Research. In addition, she was recognized as one of the top five national finalists. Beasley writes that the award is regarded as the foremost national award of its kind, recognizing the contributions and […]

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