Gary R. Alexander (Col ’64 L/M) has passed the Florida bar exam and has been admitted to practice law in Florida. He has been a member of the Maryland, District of Columbia and Virginia bar associations for more than four decades. He is the founder and senior partner of Alexander & Cleaver and now works out of the firm’s Annapolis and West Palm Beach offices.
Neil Magee Bleakley (Col ’64) has retired after a long career as an optometrist. He served as a munitions line officer with the U.S. Air Force in Colorado, Maine and Vietnam, and after completing optometry school, served in Turkey and Maryland. In 1977, he opened a private optometry practice in Reston, Virginia, and served in the Washington, D.C., Air National Guard.
Kathryn Wood Chamberlin (Nurs ’64) has published From Shame to Glory: Your Pathway to Freedom (Xulon Press), a practical discussion of the negative impact that shame can have on relationships, joy and creativity. Ms. Chamberlin is a clinical social worker in private practice in Bethesda, Maryland, where she counsels clients toward freedom and healing through private sessions and seminars.
Marvin Phaup (Grad ’64, Grad ’66) has been elected a fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration. He recently served on an international technical assistance mission to the Philippines and co-authored an article with Imtiaz Bhatti, “Budgeting for Fiscal Uncertainty and Bias: A Federal Process Proposal,” published in Public Budgeting & Finance. A professorial lecturer and research scholar at the George Washington University’s Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration, Mr. Phaup is currently working on the use of behavioral research to improve performance of federal budgeting.