North Central College - Naperville, IL

Mary Davolt '90

Mary Davolt is chief financial officer at Englewood Construction in Lemont, IL. Last year, she received the Construction Financial Management Association’s Associate Member of the Year Award. She has also been recognized in the Influential Women in Business program by the National Association of Women in Business and The Suburban Business Ledger. Davolt is president of the board of directors for Naperville CARES, which is dedicated to helping local families in financial crisis with emergency financial support and resources.

Giuseppe Pellicano ’12

Giuseppe Pellicano’s current work, The Grenade Series, won first place at the Local Hines, VA, Hospital Veterans Creative Art Festival. It was then selected for a national competition by the Veterans Administration and won first place and best in show in Reno, NV.

Megan O’Neil Story ’07

Megan O’Neil Story appeared in a sketch comedy show on Showtime, called Chocolate Sundae.

Patrick Gaskin M ’02

Patrick Gaskin M ’02 was appointed principal of Lincoln Junior High School in Naperville. Previously he served as principal at Elmwood Elementary School for seven years.

Jeff Schaetzke '92

Jeff Schaetzke served as music director and conductor in Skylight Music Theatre’s production of “In The Heights” in Milwaukee, WI. Shaetzke is company manager at the theatre, where he acts, directs and teaches at its theatre academy. He has also worked at American Players Theatre, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, and First Stage Children’s Theatre, where he now serves as the company manager. Tommy Rivera-Vega ’11 was the lead role in the production.

Carly Johnston ’13

Carly Johnston is serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in Indonesia where she teaches English.  She left in March 2014 and will serve for at least 27 months.

Kimberly Lisanby Barber '77

Kimberly Lisanby Barber is president of the Illinois Principals Association located in Springfield, IL.  Barber is elementary principal at John F. Kennedy and Lincoln schools in Spring Valley, IL.  She will serve a three-year term with the Association. She and her husband Gary live in Mendota, IL.

Grant Gustafson and Jonathan Rainville ’10

Grant Gustafson and Jonathan Rainville will be performing at the Bonnaroo Music Festival with their band, Blank Range.  Bonnaroo is one of the most prestigious music events in the nation, attracting over 100,000 people each year. It was named one of the 50 events that changed music by Rolling Stone Magazine.

Scott Drucker and RJ McNichols ’05

Scott Drucker and RJ McNichols presented “Breaking Into the Film Biz,” in the Harold and Eva White Activities Center on campus. Their talk and Q&A was directed toward young filmmakers, students of interactive media and fans of contemporary documentary film with a community and social conscience.

Adam Chin ’99

Adam Chin accepted a promotion to vice president at Wells Fargo & Co. in the consumer credit solutions' model governance and validation group. He is responsible for oversight and validation of credit risk scores for the bank’s entire unsecured consumer lending. Chin lives in Minneapolis.