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Christine R. W. Quigley (JD ’06) was promoted to partner at Holland & Knight LLP. She is a member of the firm’s business section practicing in the private wealth services group.

Dr. Sharon Johnson-Shirley (EdD ’06) is superintendent of Lake Ridge Schools. She was chosen as Indiana District 1 Superintendent of the Year by the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents, her second time to receive the honor.

Fatema (Singaporewala) Zanzi (JD ’06) was promoted to partner at Drinker Biddle & Reath. She represents health care providers and suppliers in all aspects of corporate transactional and regulatory matters and provides business and legal advice to health care organizations undertaking strategic transactions.

Amy Kosanovich Dickerson (JD ’07) was promoted to partner at Franczek Radelet. She is a member of the firm’s Education Practice Group, representing Illinois school districts, private schools, and higher educa- tion institutions. She counsels clients in labor and employment, special education, student rights, student discipline, and policy and gover- nance issues.

Thomas H. Gayle Jr. (JD ’07) was promoted to partner at Dworkin & Maciariello. He represents individu- als injured at work.

Gwen Pearson-Ginski (MSW ’07) is being honored as the 2015 Social Worker of the Year for the National Association of Social Workers Illinois (NASW IL) Calumet District.

Benjeman L. Nichols (JD ’07) was promoted to partner at the Cavanagh Law Group. He practices personal injury law.

Dr. Laurie Bachrach (MD ’08) is a practicing urologist. She worked in bioinformatics for a few years before choosing a career in medicine. She

Jamel A. Greer (JD ’14) joined Franczek Radelet Attorneys and Counselors as a first-year associate. Greer is focusing his practice on representing primarily Illinois public school districts on a variety of educa- tion law matters, including property tax, business matters, board gover- nance, and labor negotiations.

Nicole Krawczyk (BA ’14) released her first album EP under the stage name, “Natia.” The physical edition of the EP, titled “Debut,” was avail- able starting January 13, 2015. The digital edition was released on Janu- ary 20, 2015.

REUNION COMMITTEE • More than 40 alumni from the classes of ‘65,

’75, ‘90, ‘05, and ’10 volunteered to serve as class representatives for their class reunions held earlier this summer during Alumni Weekend, June 5–7. Pictured above are alumni from the classes of ‘65 and ‘75.

Dayna C. LaPlante (JD ’14) was add- ed as an associate to Polsinelli P.C. She will practice health care law.

Jennifer L. Bekkerman (JD ’10) was added as a partner to Bekker- man Law Offices LLC. She focuses on complex plaintiff personal-injury matters.

previously spent time doing medi- cal work in Mongolia, Bolivia, and Guatemala, and she is conversant in Spanish. She is experienced in endourology and minimally invasive procedures, including laparoscopy and robotic surgery.

Charles A. Schrup (BA ’08) married Abby E. (Hayes) Schrup in September 2014.

Chelsea Simmons Gannon (BBA ’09) was hired at the Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP, Michigan office as an assurance manager focusing on nonprofits in the health care industry.


Andrew J. Burkavage (JD ’12) joined Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard as an associate. He concentrates his legal practice on personal injury, defective products, mass torts, and medical malpractice cases.

Andrew Doyle (JD ’12) is a patent attorney in Reinhart’s Intellectual Property Practice and a member of the firm’s Patent Prosecution group. Doyle is a member of the American Bar Association and Chicago Bar Association.

Peter Shepard (JD ’13, MBA ’14) was elevated from apprentice to associate in the Business & Finance practice group at the Chicago-based law firm Much Shelist.

Maureen Sullivan (BA, BASC ’13) was featured in a new video called “My JVC Moment.” She is currently serving her second year with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps (JVC) in Scran- ton, Pennsylvania, and speaks about her experience in seeking solidarity with the community in Scranton.

Tracy A. Gibbons (JD ’14) has been named an associate at Clifford Law Offices. She handles aviation litiga- tion, commercial aviation liability, personal injury, product liability, and transportation liability matters.

Erin Clark (BA ’10) ran the Chicago Spring Half Marathon on May 17 in loving memory of her late father, Dr. William M. Clark. She is part of the Muscular Dystrophy Association. MDA is the leading nonprofit health organization sponsoring research seeking the causes of/effective treat- ments for neuromuscular diseases.

Billy Mann (BBA ’10) was promoted to director of resource development for Boys & Girls Clubs of Toledo, Ohio. His fundraising and special event management career also includes work at Union League Boys & Girls Clubs of Chicago, United Ce- rebral Palsy Association of Chicago, and March of Dimes.

Kristina Reuber (BA ’10) serves as executive director of Golden Apple Foundation of Winnebago and Boone Counties of Illinois. She also serves on the editorial board of the Rockford Register Star as well as the board of directors of the Rockford Coronado Concert Association.



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