Matt was named to the Loyola University Chicago School of Law Board of Governors.
Nikki Kanzia ’01 was appointed as the new President of IC Catholic Prep, a high school in Elmhurst, effective July 1, 2021.
Scott Moreau ’01, who has made a career of portraying Johnny Cash, is performing this month in Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash at Portland Stage.
Danielle (Blomarz) Kays ’01 offered legal perspective on employers’ ability to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine in this WGLT article.
Congratulations to Meredith ’01 and her husband Patrick on the newest addition to their family! The pair welcomed Desmond Ahimsa Oliver on April 10, 2021.
Karl Julian ’01 is a candidate for a spot on Vestavia Hills’ Board of Education. Read the full article here.
Erika (Rozinek) Holst ’01 curated Fashioning Illinois: 1820-1900, an exhibition that examines the experience of making, wearing, and caring for women’s clothing in the 19th century. This exhibition ran from July, 2020 – July 2021 at the Illinois State Museum’s Springfield facility and will run from August 3, 2020 to January 18, 2021 at the Illinois State Museum’s Lockport facility. Holst is the Curator of History at the Illinois State Museum.
Cozen O’Connor promoted 15 attorneys to member recently, among them Matthew Glavin ’01. Matthew helps clients navigate the complex legislative and regulatory landscape in Illinois. His background in politics, government, and managing in-house government affairs operations for large corporations, allows him to bring unique value to his clients. Before joining Cozen O’Connor, Glavin served as the national director of government affairsfor American Water, overseeing legislative and regulatory policy in 47 states for the largest privately owned water utility in the country.
Scott Moreau ’01 married Sonia Rincón Moreau on September 28, 2020. Congratulations to them!
Monday, February 8 is Thank-A-Giver Day at Illinois Wesleyan and we’re eager to celebrate generous Titans!
Thank-A-Giver (TAG) Day is the symbolic point during the academic year — about 70% of the way through — when tuition dollars are exhausted and Illinois Wesleyan relies on donor generosity to continue providing a world-class education and rewarding collegiate experiences.
Each and every year, every gift matters. Contributions benefit students and faculty, enhance academic excellence, and strengthen the IWU community.
Thank you to all who give back to move IWU forward.