Kevin Bolding (Col ’92 L/M) was promoted to chief operating officer of the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh, where he will be responsible for daily operations of 18 urban and suburban branches and three summer camps. He has worked for the YMCA for nearly 20 years, first in Lynchburg, Virginia, and later at the YMCA of Greater Miami and the YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit, before arriving in Pittsburgh in 2006.
Ahngelique A. Davis (Col ’92 L/M) has become certified as a U.S.A. Field Hockey Olympic umpire. She is also a certified girls’ and boys’ U.S. Lacrosse coach and serves on the U.S. Lacrosse men’s game committee. She was recently interviewed by U.S. Lacrosse about the influence of inclusion and diversity on the sport.
Derek S. Green (Col ’92 L/M) has been elected to the Philadelphia City Council. He began a four-year term as councilman-at-large on Jan. 4, 2016. Mr. Green has worked as special counsel to Philadelphia Councilwoman Marian B. Tasco and has served as campaign manager, adviser and counsel to a number of political campaigns. He has also been a deputy city solicitor and assistant district attorney for the city of Philadelphia and has served as an assistant deputy attorney general for the state of Delaware.
Lynn N. Hughes (Law ’92 L/M) has been a judge for 36 years. He is in his 30th year on the bench of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas. Before that, he was a Texas district judge. Judge Hughes and his wife have three children, four grandsons and a passel of honorary family. He fills his free time with travel, books, the Council on Foreign Relations and unremunerative farming.
Ellsworth K. “Kenny” Johnson III (Col ’92 L/M) was promoted to the rank of colonel in the U.S. Army. He currently serves as the military deputy for the Army Contracting Command-Redstone at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, a position he has held since July 2015. His previous assignment was as the executive officer for the principal deputy assistant secretary of the Army for acquisition, logistics and technology in Washington, D.C. Col. Johnson and his wife, Terri, live in Madison, Alabama, with their two children, Nicholas and Zachary.
Robert M.S. McDonald (Col ’92 L/M) was promoted to professor of history at the United States Military Academy, where he has taught since 1998. In August 2016 he published Confounding Father: Thomas Jefferson’s Image in His Own Time (University of Virginia Press).
James Nolan (Grad ’92, Grad ’95) released What They Saw in America (Cambridge University Press) in May 2016. The book discusses the visits of four outside observers—Alexis de Tocqueville, Max Weber, G.K. Chesterton and Sayyid Qutb—to the United States, comparing their insights on American culture and its features that have persisted over time. Mr. Nolan is a professor of sociology at Williams College.
Buddy Omohundro (Col ’92 A/M) has been promoted to chief services officer of Apex Systems Inc., a staffing firm based in Richmond, Virginia. He will continue to head the company’s legal operations and provide executive oversight for Apex’s shared-services function.
Thomas Peistrup (Col ’92) has joined the Los Angeles office of Leech Tishman as counsel in the intellectual property and litigation practice groups, where he will maintain a wide-ranging practice balanced among complex business litigation, intellectual property and corporate counseling. He has represented a number of intellectual property rights holders, including film studios, film and television production companies, broadcasters, music publishers, record labels and print publishers; he also provides strategically driven, interdisciplinary counseling in areas such as privacy, data security, advertising clearance, government regulation and risk management.
Anthony Romanello (Col ’92 L/M) has published Random Thoughts: Reflections on Public Service, Fatherhood and Middle Age. Mr. Romanello is the county administrator for Stafford County, Virginia, and was named a National Eagle Scout Association Outstanding Eagle Scout in 2014. He and his wife, Diane, a special education teacher, have four children: John Romanello (Educ ’18 L/M), Domenic, Mary and Anna.
Robert S. Westermann (Col ’92 L/M) was recognized in the 2016 edition of Chambers USA for his bankruptcy and restructuring practice. Mr. Westermann is a shareholder in the litigation section of the law firm of Hirschler Fleischer. He works in the firm’s Richmond, Virginia, office, where he is a team leader in the bankruptcy, restructuring and creditors’ rights practice group.