Ellwood Annaheim, M.M. 1981 (MUSIC), a CUA lecturer in music, was invited to judge the Maryland State Musical Theatre Association’s 2007 Spring Festival Voice Competition.
Gail M. Boggio, B.A. 1982 (A&S), was made a partner in the law firm of McCarthy Fingar LLP in White Plains, N.Y. She lives in Scarsdale with her husband, Michael Shalhoub.
Michael Robert Wagner, B.A. 1982 (A&S), was recently promoted to captain in the Navy. He has been the chief of the neurology department at the naval hospital in Portsmouth, Va. He, his wife and their three children live in Norfolk.
Andrew Jantz, B.A. 1983 (A&S), lives in Arlington, Mass., with his wife and two sons. After a career in publishing, he has for the past seven years been a rare-book dealer with Antiquarian Books of Boston. Last year he earned a law degree and his third book of poetry was published.
Timothy P. Bete, B.A. 1984 (A&S), of Beavercreek, Ohio, has written Cap’n Billy “the Butcher” MacDougall’s Guide to Pirate Parenting: Why You Should Raise Your Kids as Pirates and 101 Tips on How to Do It (Cold Tree Press).
Mary Ann Mancini, J.D. 1984 (LAW), has joined Bryan Cave LLP as partner in its
Washington, D.C., office. Her practice focuses on estate and business planning and taxation.
Anne M. Cobb, M.S.N. 1986 (NURS), of Rockville, Md., published “Case Managers Care for Casualties of War” in Case in Point magazine’s Winter 2006 issue.
Eric Schlegel, B.S.Arch. 1986 (ARCH), of Kensington, Md., was promoted to associate principal at WDG Architecture. He has managed design projects for award-winning office buildings in the Washington, D.C., area.
Colette Nataro Hildebrand, B.A. 1988 (A&S), teaches third grade at Stadium Drive Elementary School in Lake Orion, Mich., and is pursuing a master’s degree in special education. She and her husband, Doug, have two sons.
Maria Theresa (Stobb) MacLellan, B.S.N. 1988 (NURS), graduated from the University of Dallas with a master’s in theology and accepted a position with Jesuit College Prep High School. She, her husband and their two daughters live in Grand Prairie, Texas.
Christopher L. White, J.D. 1988 (LAW), AdvaMed’s general counsel and executive vice president, was the first recipient of the Pricewaterhouse-Coopers Award for Leadership in the Advancement of Ethics in the Medical Device Industry. It honors his work on a program enabling medical technology firms to self-certify that they adhere to high ethical standards and have strong compliance mechanisms in place. He lives in Annapolis, Md.
Salvacion Corpus Duke, M.A. 1989 (A&S), has written and published a new version of her earlier book, A Curriculum Based English-Spanish Work Text I. She is a retired school teacher and lives in Washington D.C.
Mark Mazullo, B.M. 1989 (MUSIC), an associate professor of music at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minn., has been granted tenure. He is writing a book about composer Dmitri Shostakovich.
Merrill St. Leger-Demian, B.S.Arch. 1989 (ARCH), is co-leader of the Urban Design and Planning Studio at SmithGroup, an architecture, engineering, interiors and planning firm in Washington, D.C. Recently promoted to principal, she is serving as senior urban designer
and planner on the Brookland/CUA Metro Station Area Plan with the D.C. Office of Planning.
Patrick Viscuso, Ph.D. 1989 (THEO), of Chantilly, Va., has written A Quest for Reform of the Orthodox Church: The 1923 Pan-Orthodox Congress: An Analysis and Translation of Its Acts and Decisions (InterOrthodox Press).
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