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1966

'66
Kellogg, Keith

Lieutenant General Keith Kellogg ’66 serves as chief of staff of the United States National Security Council in the Trump administration. Previously, he served as interim national security advisor following Mike Flynn’s resignation. At SCU, he played on the football team alongside Joe Franzia ’64, MBA ’65, studied political science, and was a member of the Rodents, Class of ’66.

submitted Apr. 19, 2017 4:29P

1972

UGRD Arts & Sciences '72
Rausch; Jr, Charles (Rausch;)

Charlie Rausch ’72 was appointed interim chief zoning administrator for the Department of City Planning in Los Angeles. Rausch has worked for the city for the past 40 years and is still having fun!

Contact Charles
8187606905
submitted Apr. 19, 2017 3:26P

1979

'79
Totah, Paul

Paul Totah ’79 published The Gospel of Everyone: A Poetic Retelling of the Gospel of Luke (Resource Publications). This is his 32nd year working at St. Ignatius College Prep (SI) in San Francisco, where he serves as director of communications and editor of Genesis Magazine. His daughter, Lauren Totah ’11, is now his colleague, working as a counselor at SI.

Contact Paul
www.paultotah.com https://www.facebook.com/ptotah https://twitter.com/ptotah
submitted Apr. 6, 2017 9:22A

1980

UGRD Leavey Business '80
Marcroft, Theresa

Silicon Valley Business Journal has named Terri Marcroft ’80 one of its 2017 Women of Influence in Silicon Valley. Through her consulting firm MarketSavvy Inc., she serves local tech companies as their “interim VP of marketing,” developing positioning, messaging, go-to-market strategy, and execution.

Contact Theresa
Company contact info: www.Market-Savvy.com, 408-656-1876, tmarcroft@market-savvy.com
submitted Apr. 3, 2017 2:00P

1997

UGRD Arts & Sciences '97
von der Mehden, Heidi

Heidi von der Mehden ’97, husband Matt Harris, and big brother Stephen welcomed baby Michael Vincent Harris to the world on Feb. 4, 2017. The family is looking forward to the big reunion weekend in the fall!

submitted Apr. 5, 2017 11:35A

1998

'98
Cannon, Joe

Joe Cannon ’98 was inducted into the San Jose Earthquakes Hall of Fame in April. Known as one of the best goalkeepers in Santa Clara’s program history, he was a three-time All-West Coast Conference honoree and a two-time All-Far West Region selection. He is the new head coach of the Earthquakes’ premier development league affiliate, Burlingame Dragons FC.

submitted Apr. 25, 2017 1:23P

2002

'02
Manatt, Joe

Joe Manatt ’02 and Alexandra Manatt welcomed their first child, Theodore “Teddy” Richard Manatt, on Feb. 11, 2017. The family resides in Des Moines, Iowa.

submitted Apr. 20, 2017 10:01A

2009

'09
Faraji, Lizette

Paul Breucop ’06 and Lizette Faraji ’09 joyfully welcomed their daughter, Phoenix Azadeh Breaucop, to the world on Feb. 21, 2017.  

submitted Apr. 4, 2017 11:53A

2011

'11
Coelho, Blake

Blake Coelho ’11 has released his debut single “Crazy” as Los Angeles indie artist CASPR. Premiering on Atwood Magazine, the song can be streamed via Spotify and SoundCloud and features classically polished vocals and chilling reverberations over an electro-pop-driven beat. The name CASPR relates to Coelho’s pale complexion, which his friends repeatedly referred to growing up—in additon to his own affinity for all things spooky.

Contact Blake
instagram.com/casprmusic twitter.com/casprmusic facebook.com/casprmusic
submitted Apr. 18, 2017 12:32P

2012

GRD Jesuit School of Theology '12
Irudayaraj, Dominic Sundararaj

Dominic S. Irudayaraj, S.J., ’15 is a senior lecturer and senior research fellow teaching biblical courses in Hekima University College, Nairobi. He is a Jesuit priest of Andhra Province, India, and writes that he’s “glad to be in this green city (Nairobi) with its passion for the Bible—both in class and in the pastoral fields, sharing what JST-SCU has imparted in the area of biblical studies.”

Contact Dominic Sundararaj
http://hekima.academia.edu/DominicSundararajIrudayaraj
submitted Apr. 4, 2017 11:10P

2014

'14
Iritani, Daniel

Daniel Iritani ’14 returns to SCU as director of external relations for the College of Arts and Sciences. Iritani spent the last four years working for U.S. Representative Ami Bera. During this time, he raised more than $4 million to ensure the success of a $14 million campaign. Iritani brings a proven track record of identifying, cultivating, and stewarding new donors to the College as it continues to build its fundraising arm. 

submitted Apr. 19, 2017 2:29P

2015

GRD Jesuit School of Theology '15
Irudayaraj, Dominic Sundararaj
see year 2012

2016

'16
Hardy, Gus

Gus Hardy ’16 is a Jesuit volunteer at the largest homeless shelter in Montana. He says it’s a hard job requiring a great deal of empathy—a “people skill” not easy for him to come by because he was born with autism. Hardy was the valedictorian at SCU in 2016 and inspired classmates by proving people with autism can achieve great success in college. “In my work I have been called ‘cold,’ ‘impersonal,’ (and far worse) about as many times as I have been told that I am doing the work of God,” he says. But no matter what, “I look each person in the eye and try with everything I can muster to create the empathic connection that seems to come so easily to other people.” Hardy chronicled his path to service with a first-person essay in America magazine, which can be viewed here.

submitted Apr. 20, 2017 1:49P

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