ALMA MATTERS FROM PREVIOUS PAGE
Delores A. Price (PhD ’97) is interim dean of education at Alabama A&M University. Price has served as an as- sociate professor in the department of curriculum, teaching, and educa- tional leadership and has been the chair of the department since 2008.
Julianna L. Roth (MD ’97, MRES ’00) is a physician at Chicago Lakeshore Medical Associates, the largest pri- vate medical practice at Northwest- ern University’s medical campus. Roth specializes in internal medicine.
Terence Smith (MSIR ’97), previ- ously an attorney with Paul Hastings Janofsky & Walker LLP, has joined DLA Piper as a partner in the firm’s labor and employment practice.
Frances R. Vlasses (PhD ‘97) will be inducted into the National League for Nursing’s Academy of Nursing Education, at the National League for Nursing Education Summit this fall.
Brian H. Sheehy (Rome ’96, BBA ’98) and his wife, Sarah, had a baby boy on June 22, 2010, named Declan Timothy Sheehy.
Joseph Fingerhut (BA ’99) and his wife, Michiyo, welcomed their daughter, Amane Mariel Fingerhut, on April 10, 2010, joining their 3-year- old son, Hiroki. Fingerhut was also recognized as the 2010 National DJ of the Year by Complete Music, the largest DJ entertainment company in North America, where he has been entertaining for six years.
Cocktails in the Clouds
Nearly 150 members of the Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) network gathered May 19 at the Hancock Observatory for Cocktails in the Clouds. Sponsored by the Young Alumni Board, attendees mixed and mingled while enjoying spectacular views of Chicago.
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Roshan P. Parikh (BS ’03, MBA ’04) married fellow alum Neeta F. Bhushan, DDS (BS ’04), in Septem- ber 2010 at Union Station in Chicago. They are both huge Loyola fans and advocates and have two successful dental offices.
Sandra J. Engelking (JD ’05) is a partner at the law firm of Smith Amundsen LLC.
Amy A. Henning (MD ’05) is a physi- cian at Chicago Lakeshore Medi- cal Associates, the largest private medical practice at Northwestern University’s medical campus. She specializes in internal medicine.
Carrie C. Livingston’s (MBA ’05, PhD ’10) dissertation won 2nd place in the 2011 American Educational Research Association, Division H Out- standing Dissertation competition. Her research investigated students’ track placements and impact on student achievement over time.
Santiago Aranda Avalos (BS/BA ’06) will marry Carolina Hernandez in Mexico City in the fall of 2011. Plenty of love and fun with other Loyola alumni will be shared.
director of trade practice and market surveillance for the NFA, and at the Chicago Board of Trade’s office of investigations and audits.
Emily Gottlieb (JD ’00) is assistant vice president of Midwest Operations for The Garden City Group, Inc., one of the largest claims administration firms in the country.
Edward J. Dasso (MBA ’00) is vice president of market regulation for the National Futures Associa- tion (NFA). The position was newly created to oversee the surveillance of swap execution facilities. Dasso worked previously as the manager of market regulation for the InterCon- tinental Exchange, the managing
Romeo S. Quinto Jr. (JD ’00) joined Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP as a partner in the firm’s litigation prac- tice group. He focuses on complex commercial litigation with an em- phasis on private antitrust litigation, class action defense, and trade secret disputes.
Joseph R. Tinervin (MSW ’00) is ex- ecutive director of Bayside Marin, the premiere addiction treatment facility in Northern California. His back- ground includes outpatient therapy, crisis intervention for the Chicago Public School District and Chicago Police Department, and acute care
and residential mental health and addictions treatment with pediatrics, adolescents, and adults.
Casey C. Zgutowicz (BBA ’01), formerly vice president of the finan- cial services practice for Lockton Companies, is now producer for the company and will be responsible for new business development and cli- ent advocacy. Lockton Companies is a privately held insurance broker.
Juan Andrade Jr. (MA ’02) pre- sented the keynote speech at an event at Western Michigan Univer- sity celebrating the life and work of civil rights leader Cesar E. Chavez on March 26, 2010.
Philip E. Dawkins (BA ’02) wrote a play, The Homosexuals, which premiered by About Face Theatre at the Victory Gardens Biograph Theater in Chicago in June 2011. Two of his plays for children, The Skokie Detective Charter School and Edgar and Ellen: Bad Seeds, have been
Kathryn Kenney (BS ’07) graduated in May from the Kansas City Univer- sity of Medicine & Biosciences. She has also earned an MBA in Health- care Management & Leadership from Rockhurst University. She began psychiatry residency training at the University of Cincinnati in July 2011.
Emily A. Kocik (BS ’07) married Joe Kocik on May 7, 2011, at Loyola’s Madonna della Strada Chapel. They reside in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Blake Schilb (BA’07), star basketball player for the Elan Chalon/Saône (France), has been awarded a two- year extension. He joined the team in summer 2010 and averaged 14.6 points, 4.8 rebounds, and 4.4 assists.
Junior Treto (MEd ’07) has been promoted to educational manager at the College Board’s Midwestern regional office in Chicago.
Nancy Moody (MA ’08), director of the human research protection program and member of the bioeth- ics committee at Geisinger Health
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