Sarah N.A. Camougis (Col ’89 L/M) has joined Choate Hall & Stewart’s private equity group as a partner. She advises private and public companies, private equity and venture capital funds, angel investors and management teams in a wide range of industries in the U.S., Canada and Europe. Ms. Camougis is a founder and board member of the Women’s Association of Venture & Equity, a national networking organization for women in venture capital and private equity. She was previously co-chair of Locke Lord’s technology, media and telecommunications group and a partner in both the corporate and transactional department and the private equity and venture capital group.
Monica Dell’Osso (Grad ’89) has been made partner in the Trusts and Estates Practice Group of Wendel, Rosen, Black & Dean in Oakland, California. Previously, Ms. Dell’Osso was partner at Burnham Brown. She focuses her practice on estate and gift tax planning, estate and trust administration, and representing clients in will and trust contestations, heirship claims, and surcharge actions against fiduciaries.
Steven Q. Fletcher (Grad ’89, Grad ’96) has published The Disciple of Beauty: A Philosopher’s Tale of Love, Tragedy, and Transcendence (CreateSpace), a novel that looks at how a humanities professor renews his life and beliefs after the death of his beloved wife. Mr. Fletcher is a retired assistant professor of English who has subsequently worked for a Virginia winery and as a tour guide at Jamestown Settlement in Williamsburg, Virginia.
Michael Goodove (Com ’89 L/M) has been appointed to Southern Bank’s Hampton Roads regional advisory board. Mr. Goodove is a personal injury attorney and a partner in the Norfolk, Virginia-based law firm Swartz Taliaferro Swartz & Goodove. He was selected for the board because of his leadership in the business community and his lifelong residence in Hampton Roads.
Mary Elizabeth “Betsy” Kennedy (Col ’89) helped develop and improve a proprietary clinical key indicator dashboard for the pediatric intensive care unit while working in the critical care department at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. The PICU dashboard tracks the patient quality and safety indicator bundle recommended by the Joint Commission. Ms. Kennedy also created several original components for the dashboard, including the neurological indicator section to help increase early awareness of potential deterioration in patients. A study based on the dashboard project appears in the September 2015 issue of the Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety.
Brian Kennelly (Grad ’89) has been named 2015-16 chief reader designate by the College Board to oversee the Advanced Placement exams in French language and culture. He will begin his four-year term in July 2016. Mr. Kennelly is a professor in the modern languages and literatures department at California Polytechnic State University.
Clarissa Klug (Col ’89 L/M) and Angelo Volpe were married August 9, 2015. The couple’s rings had been blessed in a ceremony in Pavilion VII that included a reading by classmate Erin Monaghan (Col ’89). The Volpes live in Columbia Heights, Minnesota.
Elizabeth Freund Larus (Grad ’89, Grad ’94) received a Taiwan Fellowship for 2015 to conduct field research in Taiwan on U.S.-China-Taiwan relations. Ms. Larus is a professor of political science and international affairs at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
Lachlan McLean (Col ’89 L/M) is host of “The Midday Rush” on ESPN 680 radio in Louisville, Kentucky. He previously hosted “SportsTalk 840” on NewsRadio 840 WHAS.
Patricia “Patty” Price-Miller (Nurs ’89) has received the Laura Snitzer-Boozer Award from the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. The award honors nurses who have demonstrated professional excellence and leadership in hematology and oncology care. Ms. Miller began working at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta as an oncology nurse in 1989. She currently lives in Peachtree Corners, Georgia.
William S. “Sandy” Quillen (Grad ’89 L/M) has been appointed to the Department of Veterans Affairs advisory committee on prosthetics and special disabilities by Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert A. McDonald. Mr. Quillen is senior associate dean of the University of South Florida’s Morsani College of Medicine and director of the school of physical therapy and rehabilitation.
Katharine “Karee” Smith Santos (Col ’89, Law ’92) and her husband, Manuel “Manny” Santos, have written The Four Keys to Everlasting Love (Ave Maria Press, 2016), a book that discusses a Catholic approach to modern marriage, drawing on the personal experiences of the authors and the writings of church figures, including Pope John Paul II. Ms. Santos is a speaker and writer for the CatholicMatch Institute and Dr. Santos is a psychiatrist at Mercy Hospital, Rockville Centre, New York.
Tracy Shackelford (Col ’89 L/M) has received a Top Producer 2016 award from Northwestern Mutual for an outstanding year of helping clients achieve financial security. Ms. Shackelford was recognized at the company’s annual meeting in July.
Gretchen M. Tibbits (Col ’89 L/M) has been named president of LittleThings, expanding on the chief operating officer role she has held since June 2015. LittleThings is one of the fastest-growing digital media companies and among the largest lifestyle websites in the United States. Ms. Tibbits has been named to the Folio: 100, which recognizes media industry leaders, and was recently featured on ABC News’s RealBiz. She has also continued her involvement with the University, chairing the Arts Council, participating with the Arts Endowment, advising the Virginia Club of New York, and leading her class’s Reunion planning every five years.
Eeric Truumees (Col ’89, Med ’93 L/M) has been named professor of surgery at the Dell Medical School at the University of Texas at Austin. Previously, he was clinical director for the Harold W. Gehring Center for Biomechanical Research and Implant Retrieval at William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan. He has also served as adjunct faculty for the bioengineering center at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan.
Robert M. Tyler (Col ’89, Law ’94 L/M) has been appointed associate university counsel for the University of Virginia, where he continues to practice intellectual property law.
Alicia Zatcoff (Col ’89) of Richmond, Virginia, is the sustainability manager for the city of Richmond’s RVAgreen Sustainability and Energy Management program. She led the sustainability effort for the 2015 Road World Cycling Championships, for which the city of Richmond and Mayor Dwight Jones received the 2016 U.S. Conference of Mayors Climate Protection Award.
David G. Zura (Com ’89 L/M) has been named president and chief operating officer of Allsup, a company that provides services and technologies that help meet the financial and healthcare needs of people with disabilities. Mr. Zura previously owned Centria Design Services. He has also held positions as president, COO and vice president with financial services companies.