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Richard H. Pfau, B.A. '65, published his book, Your Behavior: Understanding and Changing the Things You Do, in April.
Alicia Peace von Lossberg, B.S. '66, retired from the United States Tennis Association – Mid Atlantic Section in March.
R. Alan Streett, B.A. '70, published several works in 2017 including "Edward John Carnell" in Evangelical America: An Encyclopedia of Contemporary American Religious Cultures; "Apologetics" in Handbook of Theological Education; "1 Peter, 2 Peter, Jude," The T & T Clark Social Identity Commentary of the New Testament; and the book, Caesar and the Sacraments.
Andrew Georgelakos, J.D. '72, retired after 17 years as principal and managing partner of KLNB, LLC, on June 30.
Meyer Simon, J.D. '74, is the chair of the Fee Dispute Committee and the General Practice Committee of the Montgomery (Pennsylvania) Bar Association, effective January 1.
Robert Lewis Davis, J.D. '78, was named commissioner of the Bank Examining Division of the South Carolina State Board of Financial Institutions in January.
Susan R. Green, J.D. '83, was named one of 2017's Women Who Move Maryland by Baltimore Magazine in February.
Martin J. Miller, MBA '88, vice president and financial advisor at BB&T Scott & Stringfellow in Richmond, Virginia, developed a socially responsible Jewish investment strategy, The Shalom Trust, which is available to retail and institutional investors.
Paula A. Price, J.D. '92, was appointed judge to the Circuit Court of Somerset County, Maryland, in January.
Caroline D. Ciraolo, LL.M. '94, joined Kostelanetz & Fink in May as partner and founder of the firm's Washington, D.C., office.
Dianna N. Fornaro, M.A. '95, was elected to the Board of Directors for the Public Relations Society of America, Maryland Chapter, effective January 1.
Nathan DiNatale, B.S. '95, is the chair of the American Institute of CPAs Business Valuation Committee for 2016-2017.
Todd A. Feuerman, MBA '96, presented two sessions at the Construction Financial Management Association's 2017 Annual Conference and Exhibition in Phoenix, Arizona, in June.
Dena K. Leibowitz, M.S. '96, was named one of 2017's Women Who Move Maryland by Baltimore Magazine in February.
Melissa Boyd, J.D. '99, moderated a panel discussion at the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Family Law Section Winter Meeting in Philadelphia in January. She also volunteered her skills to act as faculty for a program entitled "Child Custody: Practice Ready Skills in a Flipped Classroom."
William H. Cooke, J.D. '02, started his own firm, The Law Offices of William Cooke, LLC, in Annapolis, Maryland, in January.
Joy Keller, M.S. '03, was promoted to court administrator for Dorchester and Somerset (Maryland) Circuit Courts in January.
Marcela Garcia-Karsli, B.A. '05, was promoted to international program principal at Keystone International Schools in Istanbul, Turkey, in January.
M. Trent Zivkovich, J.D. '06, was named a partner of Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, effective in January.
Ashley B. Carter, J.D. '10, was elected at-large member of the District of Columbia State Board of Education in January.
Warren E. Haynes, D.P.A. '10, became the new director of University of Central Missouri-Lee's Summit in July.
Jessica L. Phillips, J.D. '11, was named one of the 2017 Maryland Super Lawyers Rising Stars in January.
Jaime D. Cosloy, J.D. '12, was selected to create and teach a course entitled "Employment Relations in Sports" for the new Rutgers University Global Sports Business Master's program. Jaime also teaches two undergraduate classes at Rutgers and is an attorney at the National Labor Relations Board – Region 29 Brooklyn, New York, office. Jaime married Seth Schiffman on February 19.
Kate E. Wolfson, J.D. '12, became program manager of the STRIVE Future Leaders program at the Center for Urban Families in Baltimore in January.
Nathaniel L. Fissel, M.S. '13, was reappointed to the Tax Committee of Allinial Global in 2017.
Antonio L. Mason, B.A. '14, received the 2017 Baltimore Ravens Touchdown Teacher of the Year award in May.
Verlando Brown, M.S. '15, was among 28 individuals under 28 featured in February in an NBC series called NBCBLK28. Brown is the program coordinator at the Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute, planning events, programs and logistics around social issues in Baltimore.
Khalil R. Uqdah, MBA '15, was featured on the television show "First Time Flippers" on the DIY Network in April.