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1992

UGRD Engineering '92
zavaleta, oscar

Oscar Zavaleta ’92 started Montez Group Inc., an engineering consulting firm specializing in Quality Control/Quality Assurance.

submitted Jun. 27, 2013 3:48P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '92
Stevens, Lisa
Lisa Stevens ’92 was recently profiled at newsok.com. She is the head of small business banking at Wells Fargo & Co. and president for West Coast Regional Banking. She's married with three kids and lives in Pasadena, Calif.
 
 
submitted Jul. 29, 2013 11:44A
GRD Ed./Couns Psych./Pastoral Min. '92
Romano, Xavier

Xavier Romano M.A. ’92 writes, "After taking on a consultancy in Saudi Arabia during the 'Arab Spring' near the Yemen boarder, and witnessing one Tahrir Square protest in Cairo, I found myself back in California in April 2012 taking on the role as Fresno campus director of Alliant International University. After more than a year in Fresno I have a newfound respect for Silicon Valley, the Bay Area, and a dozen years in the 'wilderness' of Illinois while at Knox College! Good to be back in California—and my time in the Middle East prepped me well for the heat of Central California.  ;-)"

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Xavier E. Romano Director, Fresno Campus Alliant International University Fresno CA 93727
submitted May. 28, 2013 5:19P
'92
Rodriguez, Luis
Luis Rodriguez ’89, J.D. ’92 is the first Latino and the first active public defender elected to be president of the State Bar of California, which regulates more than 237,000 attorneys in the state.
 
"I'm the first Latino and that's something to celebrate, especially in the state of California but at the same time, it's a stark reminder of how long it takes for certain groups to move up and become part of the leadership of the community," said Rodriguez.
 
The Los Angeles native, who was the first in his family to attend college, came to believe the best way to help his family and give the disadvantaged a voice was by getting a formal education and becoming an advocate of the legal system. 
 
Rodriguez was admitted to the State Bar in 1994. He is a former president of the California La Raza Lawyers Association, the Mexican American Bar Association, and the Latino Public Defenders Association.
submitted May. 22, 2013 4:50A
GRD Leavey/MBA '92
Lindblad, Paul

Paul Lindblad ’88, MBA ’92 writes, "At the start of the year we relocated to Shanghai where I have taken over responsiblity for Wacker Chemical's business in China. My wife Monica ’90 and my two daugters are settling back into Asia, though they are missing friends in Germany. They still get to summer and see family at Christmas at our place in Incline Village, but China is a far cry from Germany!"

submitted Aug. 5, 2013 7:59P
UGRD Leavey Business '92
Fedeli, Lisa (Kellers)

Nick Fedeli ’92 and Lisa (Kellers) Fedeli ’92 welcome Cormac Frank Fedeli, born April 11, 2013. Big brother, Aengus, could not be more elated! The family lives in Reno, Nev. where Nick is the Controller for Campus Dining/Chartwells at the University of Nevada, Reno, and Lisa stays-at-home with the two boys and two basset hounds.

submitted Aug. 19, 2013 2:31P
'92
Biafore, Lani (Biafore)

Lani L. Biafore ’92 is serving as In-House Staff Attorney for Delta Gamma Executive Offices in Upper Arlington, Ohio. While at Santa Clara, she was a member of Delta Gamma Fraternity. She, daughter Lia, and husband, Dr. Michael S. O'Mara, moved to the Columbus, Ohio area in 2012.

submitted Jul. 8, 2013 8:10A
GRD Leavey/MBA '92
Amelse, Adrian

Adrian Amelse MBA ’92 is running for County Board, District 20, in Vernon County, Wisconsin. He has 22 years of experience in manufacturing, product marketing, engineering, and business unit general management positions at Apple Computer and Cisco Systems. Amelse and his wife Donna also own Amelse Farms in Viola. 

"I am an objective problem solver seeking to make a positive contribution to Vernon County government," he says. "We purchased our farm outside of Viola 14 years ago and have an active interest in our community. A key tenet of my candidacy is to listen and learn from the community to properly represent our district. I have met with nearly 250 households over the past two months and have many more people to meet. If elected, I will put the residents of our district first and make decisions based on data vs. personal opinion or self interests."
 
Read the full profile in the Vernon Country Broadcaster.
 
submitted Mar. 24, 2014 12:07P

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