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2011

GRD Leavey/MBA '11
Bauer, Jennifer (Cooke)

Jennifer (Cooke) Bauer ’01, MBA ’11 married Jeffrey Bauer MBA ’11 on Saturday, July 27, 2013, in Burlingame, Calif. Cindy (Barrango) Rodondi 01 served as a bridesmaid. Many SCU undergraduates and MBA graduates were in attendance from the classes of ’01 and ’11 respectively. The happy couple lives in San Jose, Calif.

submitted Jan. 17, 2014 3:11P
UGRD Leavey Business '11
Atkison, Dru

Dru Atkison '11 writes, "Working hard in the big apple!"

submitted May. 3, 2012 1:39P
'11
Arens, Kandace

Kandace Arens '11 serving with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest at Wintonia, in Seattle, Wash.

submitted Oct. 19, 2011 1:58P
UGRD Leavey Business '11
Allbritten, Sarah

Sarah Allbritten ’11 writes, "Recently relocated back to SF Bay Area from Los Angeles and I am currently looking for a job."

Contact Sarah
www.linkedin.com/pub/sarah-allbritten/1b/77a/b29
submitted Jul. 9, 2014 6:30P
UGRD Leavey Business '11
Aboumrad, Reena

Reena Aboumrad '11 married Tony Driver '11 at Chaminade Resort and Spa in Santa Cruz, CA on June 29, 2013. The two met during Winter Quarter '10 in Professor O'Brien's Accounting 130 course.

submitted May. 28, 2013 4:17P

2012

'12
Woodcock, Kristina

Kristina Marie Woodcock ’12 has accepted a position teaching English in Nice, France.

submitted Jul. 9, 2012 4:50P
'12
Valle, Maria

Maria Valle ’12 facilitated San Jose's second annual leadership conference for young women in the spring. The theme was "Strong Girls, Strong Women."

About 260 high school girls, their mothers, and grandmothers attended the conference at the Mexican Heritage Plaza. Organized by the American Association of University Women and the Santa Clara County Office of Women's Policy, the meeting featured a series of panel discussions on economic, educational, and health equity for women—as well as discussions on crime and violence.
 
The week before the conference, Valle had taken a group of Andrew Hill students to Sacramento to lobby for health care for all and funding for schools. Valle is a secretary at Our Lady of Grace Nativity School.
submitted May. 4, 2014 2:43P
'12
Trasolini, Marc
Marc Trasolini ’12 began what appears to be an extremely promising career this year in Italy, where he started all year for Pesaro in the top division of the Italian Basketball League, and had, by all accounts, an outstanding first year making the transition from NCAA to the professional ranks.
 
 
“I had a really good year I think, based on moving to a different country and adapting to playing professionally,” said Trasolini. “I had very good numbers (10.4 points and 6.7 rebounds/game) for a rookie, and I have an option on my contract to return to Pesaro next season. But there’s a tremendous amount of movement in Europe with players moving all the time, and my agent is just seeing what’s out there.”
 
Read more at The Province.
 
submitted Jun. 21, 2014 12:10P
UGRD Leavey Business '12
Spain, Ana (Valdes)

Ana Maria Valdes ’12 and Mark Spain ’13 were married on June 7, 2014, at the Mission Santa Clara de Asís. The couple met at SCU freshmen orientation and began dating their senior year. Other Broncos in attendance included bridesmaids Jessica Campbell ’11 and Marlynn Spain ’10, and groomsmen Anthony Sagariballa ’12, Dong Seon Min ’14, and David Sippel ’13. The couple resides in Seattle, Wash.

submitted Jul. 28, 2014 9:18P
GRD Ed./Couns Psych./Pastoral Min. '12
Silva, Alessandra (Czamanski)

Alessandra Czamanski Silva M.A., MFT ’12 writes, "Dear Psy fellows, I recently moved to Texas! I cannot believe that I left California, but life changes directions and we don't always know why. I am trusting the way and so far I am happy with what I have encountered in Austin. I really hope to find as good professionals as the ones I had the privilege to meet during grad school at SCU!"

submitted Jul. 29, 2013 10:08A
'12
Rogers, Nathan

Nathan Rogers ’12 presented the valedictory remarks at the 2012 SCU commencement ceremony. You can watch the video here.

submitted Jul. 6, 2012 8:33A
UGRD Arts & Sciences '12
Peng, Daniel

In May, Daniel Peng ’12 received a Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant. He’s one of about 1,800 recipients nationwide who will have the chance to travel abroad for a unique hands-on learning opportunity in their chosen field.
Starting in September, he will be stationed at a clinic in Hangzhou a city of about 6 million in the eastern portion of China.

His research grant proposal targets Type 2 diabetes, which is far more prevalent, but less understood than Type 1 diabetes. Together, the two forms of the disease affect about 29 million Americans. During his time in Hangzhou, he’ll be interacting with patients and clinicians to affect change.

“In terms of the research I’m conducting, this is not hard science,” he said. “It’s more of a public health project.”

Simple changes, Peng noted, can reduce the rates of diabetes. People can often create and maintain better health by eating more fruits and vegetables, and fewer high-fat foods and simple carbohydrates like white rice and potatoes. Another important factor, Peng said, is getting patients to understand and care about dietary restrictions.

Educating others comprises about half of his duties in China. He’s also going to be working to create a patient database that will help doctors understand the long-term affects of treatment.

Prior to his current job, Peng spent time working with diabetics of all ages at the Stanford University School of Medicine and at the Pacific Free Clinic in San Jose.

submitted Aug. 9, 2014 8:23A
'12
Oswood, Morgan

Morgen Oswood ’12 is now a Jesuit Volunteer with Legal Aid of Western Missouri, Kansas City, Mo. Based in four core values—social justice, simple living, community, and spirituality—Jesuit Volunteer Corps offers women and men an opportunity to work full-time for justice and peace. JVs serve the poor directly, working for structural change in the United States and in developing countries.

submitted Oct. 10, 2012 11:22A
'12
O'Hanlon, Rachel

Rachel O'Hanlon ’12 is now a Jesuit Volunteer with St. Ignatius School, in Brooklyn, N.Y. Based in four core values—social justice, simple living, community, and spirituality—Jesuit Volunteer Corps offers women and men an opportunity to work full-time for justice and peace. JVs serve the poor directly, working for structural change in the United States and in developing countries.

submitted Oct. 10, 2012 11:25A
GRD Law '12
Nuss, Elizabeth

Elizabeth Nuss J.D. ’12, who was sworn in as a member of the California State Bar in November, joined Gaw Van Male, a law firm specializing in wealth preservation, business law, and related litigation in Napa.

submitted Dec. 2, 2012 5:21P
'12
Neville, Meghan

Meghan Neville ’12 writes: "Living in Milwaukee."

submitted Aug. 11, 2012 2:18A
'12
Martinez, Cynthia

Cynthia Martinez ’12 is now a Jesuit Volunteer with Colegio Pan y Amor, in Managua, Nicaragua. Based in four core values—social justice, simple living, community, and spirituality—Jesuit Volunteer Corps offers women and men an opportunity to work full-time for justice and peace. JVs serve the poor directly, working for structural change in the United States and in developing countries.

submitted Oct. 10, 2012 11:14A
UGRD Leavey Business '12
Linzey, Claudette

Claudette Linzey ’12 recently began working at Barney & Barney, LLC as the Digital Media Communications Associate, joining Scott Terrill ’13, her former classmate. She is living in the La Jolla area.

submitted Jan. 7, 2014 9:11P
'12
Knudsen, Dana

Both Dana Knudsen ’12 and Tanya Schmidt ’12 who played volleyball for the Broncos are now playing professionally in Europe.  Dana in Murcia, Spain and Tanya in Germany.  Thanks to SCU for giving both girls the opportunities and growth to reach to a higher level.  Go Broncos!

submitted Jan. 31, 2014 11:49A
'12
Jin, Jenny

Jenny Jin ’12 is now a Jesuit Volunteer with Messmer Catholic Schools, in Milwaukee, Wis. Based in four core values—social justice, simple living, community, and spirituality—Jesuit Volunteer Corps offers women and men an opportunity to work full-time for justice and peace. JVs serve the poor directly, working for structural change in the United States and in developing countries.

submitted Oct. 10, 2012 11:16A
UGRD Leavey Business '12
Henninger, Bianca
The Houston Dash have acquired goalkeeper Bianca Henninger ’12 from FC Kansas City in exchange for the team’s third-round selection in the 2014 NWSL college draft, the team announced in January.
 
Henninger, recently on loan with FC Bayern Munich of Germany’s Frauen-Bundesliga, played four years at Santa Clara University before being selected by the Philadelphia Independence of the now-defunct WPS in 2011.
 
Henninger, 23, also played with the New York Fury of the WPSL Elite before being drafted by FC Kansas City in early 2013.
 
The Los Gatos, Calif. native was also a member of the 2010 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup championship team and played in all 5 games for the Gold-Medal winning U.S. team in the 2010 CONCACAF U20 World Cup qualifying tournament.
 
“We made a great trade in solidifying our goalkeeping needs,” Dash head coach Randy Waldrum said. “Bianca played for me with our U-23's, and she is one of the best young US goalkeepers out there.”
 
submitted Jan. 16, 2014 10:44A
'12
Hanbury-Brown, Holly

Holly Hanbury-Brown ’12 is now an associate editor at Discovery Girls Magazine! Thank you to Steven Saum for teaching me so much about publishing a quality magazine with high standards and a mission to better our world. Shoutouts to Chuck Barry, Clay Hamilton, and Russ Morris too! Long live Bucky!

submitted Oct. 5, 2013 12:25P
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