Deidre Connelly (Educ '84, Educ '86 ) has been designated a certified consultant by the Association for Applied Sport Psychology. Ms. Connelly is a sport psychology consultant and life skills coordinator in the department of intercollegiate athletics at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Va., as well as a member of the college’s counseling center, where she provides consultation and support to athletes and coaches in mental training skills and resilience building. She teaches sport psychology courses and regularly presents on stress and energy management and life balance.

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David Ensor (Col '84 ) and his wife, Karen, recently opened Gypsy Sally’s, a 300-person-capacity live music venue in Georgetown, Washington, D.C., which hosts national, regional and local Americana acts. The venue houses a full restaurant that features dishes made with local, farm-fresh ingredients.

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Renee White Gutiérrez (Col '84, Grad '97, Grad '08 L/M) has joined the Longwood University faculty as an assistant professor of Spanish. Previously, she taught at Hiram College in Ohio. Ms. Gutiérrez plans to continue focusing on dual areas of research: she has recently published articles on 18th-century Spanish epic poetry and on the qualitative studies of student learning processes during immersed study abroad.

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Laura Ter Doest (Col '84 ) , Paige Dean (Col ’86 L/M), Mae Isaacson (Col ’88 L/M) and Camille Cline (Col ’91 L/M) serve on the board of directors of the Pine View Association at the Pine View School for the Gifted in Osprey, Fla. Ms. Ter Doest manages several major fundraising campaigns and Ms. Cline, Ms. Isaacson and Ms. Dean serve as board president, treasurer and secretary, respectively. The Pine View School is ranked No. 1 in the state of Florida and No. 6 nationally on the U.S. News & World Report list of best high schools.

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Stephen R. Jackson (Col '84 L/M) joined the law firm of Pretlow & Pretlow as a partner. He also serves as general counsel to the Federal Bar Association and as president of the Historical Society for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. In 2010, he was recognized as a member of Virginia’s “Legal Elite” by Virginia Business Magazine and as a Virginia Super Lawyer in 2013 and 2014. Mr. Jackson practices in the areas of product liability litigation and general litigation.

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Rosemarie L. Bryan (Law ’84) is a shareholder in the law firm of Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel. Ms. Bryan is a member of the firm’s labor and employment law and litigation practice groups. She serves on the Tennessee Bar Association Litigation Section’s executive council and is president of the Governance Board for the Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy.

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Jane Simoni Cooke (Com ’84 L/M) is the U.S. representative for Wirtz International, a Belgian landscape architecture firm.

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Letitia Hickman Green (Col ’84) is a member of the faculty at U.Va.’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, teaching entrepreneurship and finance. She is also working toward a master’s degree in higher education administration in the Curry School. Ms. Green is the co-founder of the Virginia Active Angel Network. She and her husband, Mark, recently became “U.Va. parents” when their son, Kelvin Green (Engr ’14), matriculated at the University last fall. Their youngest daughter, Meagan, is now at American University in the International School of Service.

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Harrison, Valerie

Valerie Harrison (Col ’84 L/M) has been appointed vice president for legal affairs and general counsel of Arcadia University. She will also be a member of the president’s cabinet and the executive council. Previously, Ms. Harrison practiced law with Morgan Lewis in Philadelphia and served as associate university counsel for Temple University. She is pursuing a PhD in African-American studies from Temple University, which she expects to complete next year.

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Steve Joynt (Col ’84 L/M) and Nancy Godwin Joynt (Col ’85 L/M) celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary on June 29, 2010 by spending several days in Las Vegas.

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David J. Mott (Col ’84 L/M) is the Catholic chaplain to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. The Rev. Mott had served three years as the Catholic chaplain to American University in Washington, D.C.

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Brian M. Mulcahy (Col ’84 L/M) was elected prior provincial (major superior) of the Dominican Province of Saint Joseph on June 11, 2010. From 2002-2008, he served as pastor at St. Thomas Aquinas University Parish in Charlottesville. Father Mulcahy, in his current position, is based in New York City.

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G. Peyton Neatrour (Med ’84) completed a 10-day humanitarian mission in the Philippines last summer with Physicians for Peace.

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Bob Oakes (Col ’84) was elected to a four-year term as mayor of Nags Head, N.C., following six years on the Town of Nags Head board of commissioners. Mr. Oakes serves as president of White Cap Linen and is owner of Village Realty, both of which operate in Eastern North Carolina. Village Realty, with offices in Corolla, Nags Head and Columbia, N.C., and Ocracoke Island Realty in North Carolina, specialize in vacation rentals, real estate sales and association management throughout the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

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Tara A. Osborn (Grad ’84 L/M), a colonel in the U.S. Army, has been appointed to a second judicial term and named chief circuit judge for the Army’s 2nd Judicial Circuit. She presides over felony criminal trials and oversees judicial operations at military installations throughout the seven southeastern states. Prior to joining the federal bench, Col. Osborn served as a prosecutor and a civil litigator with the U.S. Army and Department of Defense, and as special counsel to the assistant attorney general, U.S. Department of Justice. She lives in Pinehurst, N.C.

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Linda D. Perkins (Col ’84) has joined Archer & Greiner as a partner in the litigation department of the law firm’s Philadelphia office. A Virginia native and graduate of Columbia University Law School, Ms. Perkins served as an assistant Philadelphia district attorney for more than 20 years, including the past 12 years as chief of the insurance fraud unit, before joining Archer & Greiner. She lives in Philadelphia.

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Joseph P. Rosh (Col ’84 L/M) and his wife, Catherine, welcomed a daughter to their family. Margo Priscilla was born on Dec. 30, 2009, joining brother Preston Duke, 7. The family resides in East Norwich, New York.

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Dan Vick (Col ’84) is vice president for medical affairs and chief medical officer of Oneida Healthcare in Oneida, N.Y. He serves as medical director for the organization’s 101-bed hospital and 160-bed extended-care facility. Dr. Vick was most recently a partner with St. Joseph’s Pathology Group in Syracuse, N.Y., where he also served as medical director for clinical chemistry and point-of-care testing at St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center and medical advisor for microbiology for Laboratory Alliance of Central New York.

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Dan Vick (Col ’84) is vice president for medical affairs and chief medical officer of Oneida Healthcare in Oneida, N.Y. He serves as medical director for the organization’s 101-bed hospital and 160-bed extended-care facility. Dr. Vick was most recently a partner with St. Joseph’s Pathology Group in Syracuse, N.Y., where he also served as medical director for clinical chemistry and point-of-care testing at St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center and medical advisor for microbiology for Laboratory Alliance of Central New York.

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Alan Weiss (Col ’84) is a physician specialist in Maryland and the founder of Annapolis Integrative Medicine. Dr. Weiss offers treatment for fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue.

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Jon R. Wiener (Grad ’84) has accepted a position as the associate dean for math and science at the Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College in Asheville, N.C. He spent 22 years as a faculty-level cancer researcher at the Duke University Medical Center and at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. He leaves after his 10-year tenure as the dean of academic affairs at the University of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at Houston.

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