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Doug Moffat MBA ’96 was promoted to executive vice president, regional president, of Pinnacle Bank. He has been with the company since 2008.
Shauna L. Chastain ’91 J.D. ’96 has been appointed to the Solano County Superior Court as a judge. Chastain has been a sole practitioner since 2007. She was an associate at Mattice Law Offices from 1998 to 2007 and at the Law Offices of Lynne Yates-Carter from 1996 to 1998. She is certified as a family law specialist.
Kevin J. Albanese ’96, J.D. ’08 received the 2018 Businessman of the Year Award from the Silicon Valley Organization.
Michael Reiter J.D. ’98 is on the planning commission of the city of Redlands. He practices municipal law with Milligan, Beswick, Levine & Knox.
Kelley Kulick J.D. ’98 is a deputy public defender for Santa Clara County. She was featured in an April 2018 Frontline article about her client, Lukis Anderson, who was cleared of murder charges after his DNA was found on a victim’s fingernails via secondary transfer (Anderson had never met the victim.)
Keith Wattley J.D. ’99 received an Obama Foundation Fellowship. He is founder and director of UnCommon Law in Oakland, a legal nonprofit that represents California prisoners serving life terms with the possibility of parole.
Scott Shipman J.D. ’99 is vice president and chief privacy officer at Intuit.
Mark Ravizza, S.J., M.Div. ’99 has been named a general counselor for the Society of Jesus by Father General Arturo Sosa. Fr. Mark previously served as an associate professor of philosophy at SCU and has been deeply involved in the Casa programs in El Salvador and the Philippines.
For his work in the Guam tourism industry and community, Jon Nathan Denight ’99 won the prestigious Reina A. Leddy Guam Young Professional of the Year Award from the Guam Chamber of Commerce. He is president and CEO of the Guam Visitors Bureau.
Brayden Yoder ’00 wrapped shooting on his latest short film, Last Taxi Dance, which he wrote and directed. The story is told through a dance between a native Hawaiian woman and a U.S. soldier in the aftermath of WWII and captures a pivotal point in Hawaii’s history.
Jennifer Wintrode Schuler J.D. ’01 was honored for her pro bono work by the Florida Bar. She is the deputy assistant county attorney for Bay County and has accepted approximately 30 case referrals from Legal Services of North Florida, mainly assisting low-income clients in domestic violence and family law cases. She has done pro bono work for the Panhandle Animal Welfare Society and at a legal aid restraining order clinic in Detroit.
Garret Murai J.D. ’01 is a top author in JD Supra’s 2018 Reader’s Choice Awards. He practices construction law at Wendel Rosen.
Jolee (Costa) David MBA ’01 is the director of development and major gifts for the Leavey School of Business. Beginning her professional career in the hospitality industry and later moving to the information technology field, David has also volunteered with an education-based nonprofit as a mentor for local college students.
Wesley Van Camp J.D. ’02, vice president of legal and general counsel for Tanimura & Antle, was honored with the Salinas Valley Chamber of Commerce Ag Leadership award on Feb. 22, 2018. The Ag Leadership award recognizes Camp for her leadership in resolving the challenge of farmworker housing in the Salinas Valley by spearheading Tanimura & Antle’s Spreckels Crossing housing project.
Erika Canchola ’02, a partner at the entertainment law firm Ramo Law PC, is among 75 honorees in the Los Angeles Business Journal special supplement honoring the city’s most influential women attorneys. Canchola regularly handles film financing, corporate formations, trademark and copyright fillings, contract negotiation, production financing and production legal. Her recent work highlights include representing the producers of the Academy Award–nominated films Call Me By Your Name and The Disaster Artist. She also represented five films nominated for Independent Spirit Awards.
Erik Khoobyarian J.D. ’03 is the pastor and head of staff of the Presbyterian Church of Western Springs in the suburbs of Chicago. This past summer he was ordained as a minister of word and sacrament in the Presbyterian Church at the Presbyterian Church of Los Gatos. Previously, he practiced law for 12 years in California before deciding to pursue full-time ministry. This led him to Princeton Theological Seminary, where he earned a Master of Divinity in May 2018.
Aletia Flaherty ’03 has joined Rizen Creative as an account manager. She has experience in marketing and media planning, particularly working with clients in the nonprofit sector. Before joining Rizen, Flaherty was the senior customer success manager at Jelli in Boise, Idaho.
Greg Lundell J.D. ’04 is a partner at Haley Guiliano in San Jose. His practice includes audit-based licensing compliance, trade secret disputes, and technology transfer. Previously, he spent a decade at public companies, including TiVo and the Kudelski Group.
Matt Weyand ’05 has been promoted to division chief at the Louisville Metro Public Defender. In his new role, he will supervise a team of public defenders.
Michelle (Donecho) Duchesne ’05, M.A. ’10 and Chris Duchesne ’06 welcomed their second child, Robert “Bobby” Francis Duchesne, on July 9, 2018. He joins older sister Betsy in the family’s home in the Rose Garden area of San Jose.
Sarah (Boskovich) Villalobos ’06 and husband Nick welcomed twin boys, Steven and James, on May 11, 2018. The couple married in August 2015 and reside in San Jose.
Liz (Courter) Oseguera ’06 MBA ’11 and Michael Oseguera welcomed their first child, Hailey Grace, into the world on Aug. 23, 2017. She weighed 7 lbs 4 oz. It is inevitable that she be an athlete, they hope. The family resides in Carlsbad, California.
Mary Nadine Kane ’06 married Beau Lacey on Sept. 30, 2017, at St. Ignatius in San Francisco. Fellow Broncos Anthony P. Sauer, S.J., ’56, M.Div. ’71 and Gregory Bonfiglio, S.J., ’82, M.Div ’93 presided over the Mass and Sarah (Boskovich) Villalobos ’06 and Kate Hitchcock ’05 served as matron and maid of honor respectfully. Guests included Robert Kane ’09, Stefano Sangiacomo ’16, Lorenzo Lacomini ’17, Leonardo Lacomini ’20, Jessica Lamson ’09, Jayne (Pimentel) Peressini ’08, Catherine Brown ’07, Robert Petrini ’07, Ashley Zeal ’08, Walter Schmidt ’83, and Michael Amico ’06. Mary Nadine holds two master’s degrees in teaching from the University of San Francisco and teaches at Sacred Heart Schools in Atherton.
Margaret Harker ’06 is an assistant U.S. attorney in the Eastern District of Virginia. She is moving to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Tennessee, where she will be a civil prosecutor of health care fraud.