Paula Shaw Anderson (Col ’94 L/M) received the 2014 Top 100 Minority Business Enterprise Award, which acknowledges outstanding women and minority business owners in the mid-Atlantic region. Ms. Anderson, a licensed clinical and professional counselor, is president and CEO of PACE Consulting, which provides consulting services, direct counseling services, educational support services, temporary clinical staffing and workshops/training across the Baltimore and Washington, D.C., metro area. Ms. Anderson has more than 14 years of experience providing individual, group, marriage and family therapy to children, adolescents, adults and families.
Penny Bach Evins (Col ’94, Educ ’96 L/M) is head of St. Paul’s School for Girls in Baltimore. Previously, she was an administrator at Isidore Newman School in New Orleans, the Lovett School in Atlanta and the Webb School of Knoxville. She is proud that many of her students have gone on to attend the University.
Amelia Fogleman (Law ’94) was named “Lawyer of the Year” for 2015 by Best Lawyers in America for antitrust litigation in Tulsa, Okla. Ms. Fogleman is an attorney with Gable Gotwals, where she has represented a number of large publicly traded companies as well as privately held businesses. She currently serves as an adjunct settlement judge for the court-ordered dispute resolution program in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma.
Jennifer Geoghegan (Col ’94 L/M) has joined The Colony Group as the firm’s first chief marketing officer and advisor coach. She will lead growth efforts for The Colony Group’s Massachusetts, New York, Virginia and Florida offices.
Fatimot Ladipo (Col ’94 L/M) has been named executive director of government relations in the newly created division of economic development and community engagement at Kennesaw State University. In this role, she is Kennesaw’s liaison to state and federal policymakers, University System of Georgia officials, and business and civic leaders. She has more than 15 years of experience in government and community affairs, including several years focused on legislative issues involving education.
Richard E. McDorman (Col ’94 L/M) has been elected to a three-year term on the Commission on English Language Program Accreditation (CEA), a national agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education for the accreditation of post-secondary intensive English language programs and institutions. The 13-member commission is responsible for governing CEA, setting CEA policy and making accreditation decisions.
Cicely Peterson-Mangum (Col ’94 L/M) has been named executive director of Drexel University’s Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships. The center offers a space for educational and outreach activities developed and delivered by Philadelphia residents, partnering nonprofits and Drexel University students, faculty and staff. Its offerings include a community lawyering clinic, computer education and access, job training, adult education, arts collaboration and hands-on science programs. Ms. Peterson-Mangum is a well-known community development leader in Philadelphia, having served as executive director of the Logan Community Development Corp. from July 2008 to July 2014.
Megan McIrvin Shope (Arch ’94, Arch ’96) has been promoted to principal of Winks Snowa Architects, a Richmond, Virginia, firm that specializes in multifamily housing and senior living projects in the mid-Atlantic region. Ms. Shope is a member of the American Institute of Architects and the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards; she also is a LEED Accredited Professional.
Sharon Meredith Utz (Col ’94 L/M) recently joined the staff of the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging as an investigator. She previously served for four years as a majority professional staff member with the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.