Theresa Siaw (BUS 2010)

Theresa Siaw (BUS '10) is the new president of Bootstrap Villages, a Chicago-based nonprofit dedicated to creating and sustaining long-term, transitional housing solutions for the unhoused through the use of affordable, tiny-home villages.

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Michael Palzer (BUS 2011)

Michael Palzer (BUS '11) and his wife, Amanda (Loris) Palzer (BUS '11), welcomed their second child, daughter Addison Joy, on Feb. 19, 2019. Big brother Liam is completely smitten!

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Diane Winter (LAS 1978)

The Hon. Diane E. Winter (LAS '78) was selected by her fellow circuit judges to serve as the chief judge of the Lake County Circuit Court, 19th Judicial Circuit.

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Joshua Shepperd (MA 2006, LAS 2001)

Josh Shepperd (LAS '01, EDU MA '06), an assistant professor at Catholic University in Washington, D.C., is in residency as a humanities and information fellow at Penn State University until 2020. He is also the Sound Fellow at the Library of Congress National Recording Preservation Board and directs the Library of Congress Radio Preservation Task Force, a cultural preservation project with participants representing more than 150 universities.

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Dimitri Eliopoulos (BUS 2001)

Dimitri Eliopoulos (BUS '01) is the new president of wealth management for RMB Capital, where he is also a partner. He works in the firm's Chicago headquarters.

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Paige Barr (JD 2004)

Paige Barr Tinkham (JD '04) is now a partner in the Chicago office of Blank Rome LLP. She focuses her practice on insolvency and corporate restructuring.

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Kevin Goldsmith (MBA 2014)

Kevin Goldsmith (MBA '14) is part of the 2020 Class of Leadership Great Chicago fellows. He is a vice president with J.P. Morgan Chase.

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Tomoko Kizawa (MS 1994)

Tomoko Kizawa (BUS MS '94) is part of the 2020 Class of Leadership Great Chicago fellows. She is a partner with Deloitte.

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Corliss Garner (BUS 1996)

Corliss Garner (BUS '96) is part of the 2020 Class of Leadership Great Chicago fellows. She is a vice president with BMO Harris Bank.

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Sarah Burke (JD 2002)

Sarah Burke (JD '02) is part of the 2020 Class of Leadership Great Chicago fellows. She is director of corporate and foundation giving for the Northwestern Memorial Foundation.

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Eugene Lenti (EDU 1980)

Eugene Lenti (EDU '80) has joined the staff of the softball program at Auburn University. Lenti led DePaul to the Women's College World Series four times and into NCAA regionals 20 times. He was inducted into the DePaul Athletics Hall of Fame in 2006.

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Rebecca Schoonover (LAS 2001)

Becky Schoonover (LAS '01) is the new executive director of the East Troy Railroad Museum in East Troy, Wis.

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Jessica Gehle (CSH 2004)

Jessica Gehle (CSH '04) was named one of the "40 Under 40 in Public Health" by the de Beaumont Foundation. She is the environmental health director at the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department in Tacoma, Wash.

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Jon Ritchie (BUS 2007)

Jon Ritchie (BUS '07) has been promoted to chief operating officer of Florida-based American Integrity Insurance. He had been executive vice president.

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Richard Harris (JD 1975)

Richard Harris (JD '75) was recognized by Managing Intellectual Property magazine as an IP Star. Harris is a partner of the global law firm Greenberg Traurig LLP.

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Eric Maiers (JD 2005)

Eric Maiers (JD '05) was recognized by Managing Intellectual Property magazine as an IP Star. Harris is a shareholder of the global law firm Greenberg Traurig LLP.

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Kyle Vincze (BUS 2018)

Kyle Vincze (BUS '18) won medalist honors at the first of 12 qualifying rounds for the 2019 Massachusetts Amateur golf championship.

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Ernest Fiorante (BUS 1991)

Ernest Fiorante (BUS '91) is the new CFO of Hilco Global, a privately held diversified financial services company.

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Mark Androw (JD 1979)

Mark Androw (JD '79) founder of production company STORY, received the Jay B. Eisenstat Award, the highest honor from the Association of Independent Commercial Producers.

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Daniel Brown (LAS 2011)

Daniel Brown (LAS '11) and Michael Robinson, co-founders of Cleveland-based Rust Belt Riders, are among the 34 social entrepreneurs worldwide to receive a 2019 fellowship from Echoing Green, a social innovation fund. Rust Belt Riders creates agricultural products derived from discarded food.

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Mary Kay Wik (MBA 1997)

Mary Kay Wik (MBA '97) is now a vice president and trust officer for Clinton National Bank, in Clinton, Iowa.

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