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Frances F. Swanson ’67 has started writing children’s stories and volunteering on immigration issues.
GRD Leavey/MBA '73
Peter E. Wise ’69, MBA ’73 and his wife, Julie, moved to Taos, New Mexico, in August 2018 to enjoy the margaritas and the stars.
Eric Bell MBA ’78 recently retired after a 35-year-career in banking that included building electronic payment systems and management consulting.
Jon Olson MBA ’81 has joined the board of directors at Mellanox Technologies.
Robert Dempsie J.D. ’86 has been promoted to assistant district attorney of Tulare County. He has served with the Office of the District Attorney for 30 years, beginning his service with the office in 1988. During this time, Dempsie supervised units in Visalia, Tulare, and Porterville, California. He has also supervised the juvenile unit, the special operations unit and the administrative operations unit.
Jack Lazar ’87 has joined the board of directors at Mellanox Technologies.
Barb Langeloh M.A. ’88 hosted a public workshop, sponsored by The Frostig Center, to simulate the challenges of dyslexia. The workshop comprised six stations in which participants experienced common symptoms of dyslexia. Langeloh is an educational therapist and the president of the Los Angeles branch of the International Dyslexia Association.
Paul Bradley Shinn J.D. ’95 has been appointed chief legal officer of CrowdStrike, a leader in cloud-delivered endpoint protection. He brings more than 20 years of experience as a corporate counsel, advising high-growth technology companies. Prior to joining CrowdStrike, Shinn was the chief legal officer and senior VP of corporate development for Gigamon, where he also advised management and the board of directors.
Doug Moffat MBA ’96 was promoted to executive vice president, regional president, of Pinnacle Bank. He has been with the company since 2008.
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.
Raphael de la Soujeole ’07 was honored by CommScope during the company’s 2018 Innovators in Action Summit. De la Soujeole was one of more than 100 global employees recognized for creative work and ideas that brought innovation to the wired and wireless industries the company serves.
Graham Bell ’09 joined the board of The Art Fund, a nonprofit organization in Santa Barbara County. Bell is a senior VP and portfolio manager at U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management. He has been with U.S. Trust for eight years and is responsible for creating and maintaining personalized investment solutions.