North Central College - Naperville, IL
Elsa Yee-Hall is the division coordinator for the American Academy of Pediatrics.
David Thompson is head coach of men’s track and field at Williams College in Williamstown, MA.
Amy Gray is assistant principal at Stratford Middle School in Bloomingdale, IL.
Lucia Spina is a swing for the Broadway play “Kinky Boots,” which won multiple Tony Awards.
Kirk Larson recently served as a guest columnist for The Wall Street Journal.
Bernard Mulvaney was named director of athletics for Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District in Baytown, TX.
Sarah Rader Hughes was promoted from senior manager to executive director at Ernst & Young, LLP.
Daniel Meza-Cuadra joined IceTech America as vice president of sales to expand the South and Latin American markets.
Nancy Shannon Bandusky and her daughter Dorothy Bandusky released the children’s story titled, “Anniina Tatter - Not Just Cloth and Stuffing.”
Jim Godo has been promoted to assistant vice president for external affairs at North Central College.
Jim VanHootegem was named the new head cross country/track and field coach at the University of Oklahoma.
Rachel Louise Snyder published an article titled “A Raised Hand: Can a New Approach Curb Domestic Homicide?” in The New Yorker.
Nancy Kruschke is founder and owner of Successful Organizing Solutions (S.O.S.).
Dawn Pleas-Bailey was awarded the Ethel and Allen “Buddy” Carruth Sustained Leadership in Education Award at the University of Pennsylvania.
Victoria Huffman-Sladek is a self-employed massage therapist.
Tim Gossett is director of discipleship at Collegiate United Methodist Church in Ames, IA.
Kevin Reed was promoted to state emergency teams coordinator for the State of Minnesota, Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.
Joe Pinder opened Pinder Pottery & Gallery at 236 North Main Street in Galena, IL.
Michael Korinek is a Northwestern Mutual financial representative and received the company’s Top Producer award.
The North Central College athletic department announced the hiring of Nick DeFalco ‘09 as the new head coach of the men's tennis program.