Jennifer Brummet ’08 joined the Auxiliary Board of the Chicago Council on Science and Technology. The Chicago Council on Science and Technology’s (C2ST) mission is to inspire and engage all segments of society about science and technology and their contributions to society. Read more here.
Caitlin (Ludwig) Pusateri ’08 was named president of the Rockford (Ill.) Chamber of Commerce in April 2022. She previously served as the organization’s executive vice president. In the new role, Caitlin will lead strategic initiatives, create and oversee implementation of regional connections, manage staff and day-to-day operations, and set a path for continued success. Caitlin also sits on the boards for the Illinois Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives and the Discovery Center Museum.
Anne Kopf ’08 and Daniel Reinhard welcomed their new child Phoebe Joyce into the world on July 5, 2021. Congratulations!
Dr. Nurman Noor ’08, a general practitioner with Cygnet Family Practice in Tasmania, Australia, will be a contestant in the new season of The Great Australian Bake Off, premiering Jan. 27 on FOXTEL’s LifeStyle channel.
Dr. A.J. Keller was just named this year’s winner of the Julius Herford Dissertation Prize for his 2020 dissertation from Northwestern University. You can read more here. Congratulations!
Daniela Stojkova (’08) and her partner Jonathan Warren welcomed a baby girl, Zoey Paige on 2/27/2021. Congratulations!
Carrie (Otto) Stahl ’08 and husband Alan welcomed Henry “Hank” David Stahl on Friday, September 10, 2021. Congratulations on the new Tiny Titan!
William Dwyer ’08 joined current and former members of the IWU Collegiate Choir to support the St. Joseph Church of Chenoa and St. Mary Church of Lexington at a joint Easter Vigil Mass.
Kayla (Kindred) Roan ’08 was part of a Sports career panel on March 10, 2021, which gave insight for students interested in working in the sports industry. The versatile alumni panelists have worked with the Chicago Bulls, Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago Fire, and more.
John Caywood, a State Farm agent in Champaign, Illinois, directed a grant of $10,000 to Champaign’s Don Moyer Boys & Girls Club. The grant allowed State Farm to serve as the title sponsor of Don Moyer’s golf outing fundraiser, which raised $47,000 for an academic enrichment program. Kids enrolled in the program will receive academic support and two meals a day.