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Julia Turk (JD ’97) joined the law firm of Culhane Meadows PLCC as manag- ing partner of the Chicago office.

Karina Zabicki DeHayes (JD ’98) is the immediate past president of the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois. Karina is a partner at Tabet DiVito & Rothstein LLC.

Hollis R. Hanover (JD ’99) joined the Chicago Bar Foundation as the director of development in September 2013.

Robert Jordan (PhD ’99) was hon- ored by a leading criminal justice advocacy group for his journalistic focus on community solutions to violence. Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities (TASC, Inc.), a nonprofit organization that advocates for alternatives to incarceration for people with substance use and mental health problems, presented its Public Voice Leadership Award to Jordan at the agency’s annual Leadership Awards Luncheon in December.


Timothy O’Shea (BA ’00) was elected as one of 16 new shareholders with the Minneapolis-based law firm of Fredrik- son & Byron. O’Shea is a member of the firm’s litigation, intellectual property litigation, and commercial law groups.

Bridget McCauley Nason (BA ’01) is a shareholder at LeVander, Gillen, & Miller, PA. She concentrates her legal practice primarily in the areas of mu- nicipal law and criminal prosecution, providing legal advice and services to the firm’s governmental clients. In ad- dition to her legal work, Nason serves on the board of directors of Minnesota Women Lawyers, Legal Assistance of Dakota County, and the West St. Paul- Mendota Heights Rotary Club. She lives in Eagan, Minnesota, with her husband, Bennett Nason (BA ’00, MA ’01) and their nine-month old son.


Meet your new Alumni Relations Director

Olga Corrias Hancock (MBA ‘09) is Loyola’s new Director of Alumni Relations. A native of Italy, she previously served as the assistant director of development for the John Felice Rome Center. A Loyola alumna, she earned her MBA in operations management in 2009. Before returning to Loyola as alumni relations director, she was director of advancement for the College of Architecture, Design, and the Arts at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Watch a video introducing Olga at

HOW DOES IT FEEL TO BE BACK AT LOYOLA? • I feel that it’s right. When I first came to the States eight years ago, Chicago was my home away from home, and Loyola was my second family. So it’s like coming home.

WHY SHOULD ALUMNI REMAIN INVOLVED AT LOYOLA? • There are a number of reasons. We can help reconnect you with the experience you had here. But we also want alumni to be a part of the future of Loyola. The values and tradi- tions are the same ones that have always been here, but we want our alumni to be a part of the growth here as well.

DO YOU HAVE ANY PRIORITIES FOR THE COMING YEAR? • I’d like to listen more—to build Alumni Relations around the needs and interests of our alumni. We want to understand what is meaningful to alumni. We want to be accessible. There is an open door. Career and professional development is also a high prior- ity, whether it’s making connections between employers and Loyola talent, or providing guidance and mentorship for how to navigate a career change.

WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN YOU’RE NOT AT WORK? • My husband and I enjoy hiking—we go a lot. We just came back from a trip to the Upper Peninsula (Michigan), and we recently did a hike in Palos Heights (Illinois). I taught myself to knit, and I’m taking piano lessons on the weekends at the Old Town School of Folk Music. I started it a year ago. I love to travel.

WHERE WOULD YOU TRAVEL IF YOU COULD GO ANYWHERE? • I want to go to places that are different from everything I’ve been exposed to. I’ve traveled Europe and North America; I’ve been to China and Australia. If I had to pick a trip, I’d pick Africa. But the next one we’ll do is to South America—I want to see Machu Picchu.



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