Michelle Landau Brooks
Michelle Landau Brooks, LA95, was awarded an honorary doctorate from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion’s Zelikow School of Jewish Nonprofit Management. Brooks has spent much of her career working for organizations in the St. Louis Jewish community and has been an active board member of the National Council of Jewish Women St. Louis.
Bridget Richardson, BU95, was elected to the board of directors of the Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia, one of the oldest and largest voluntary bar associations in metropolitan Washington, D.C. She continues her work as a regulatory and government affairs attorney in the food industry and her streak as the slowest runner […]
Kristin Smith Ladewig
Kristin Smith Ladewig, SI95, GB95, retired from Edward Jones in May 2021 after nearly 26 years of service.
Kristin Griffith, LA95, wrote and self-published Rush: Memoir of a Gay Sorority Girl (2020), a coming-of-age tale of her struggles and triumphs in coming out as gay and grappling with her gender identity while in a sorority at WashU.
Mark Buckles, LA95, is special counsel in the Executive Office of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. Prior to this appointment, he served one year as deputy general counsel and one year as acting general counsel in the Office of General Counsel at the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity.
Mark Pottinger, LA95, is associate professor of musicology and chair of the Department of Music and Theater at Manhattan College in New York City. The department recently implemented a new program in sound studies that combines the science of sound — acoustics, sound production and digital audio recording — with music theory and musicology.
Carlos Narváez-Hasfura, GL95, GL97, managing partner of Jurídicanh Abogados in Mexico, was recently named president of the Iberoamerican Association of Privacy Law.
Adam Elegant, LA95, joined Baker Street Advisors, a boutique investment and wealth advisory firm in San Francisco. Founded in 2004 by Goldman Sachs alumni, the firm manages $9.5 billion for some 300 families. Previously, Elegant worked 19 years with Goldman Sachs and KKR. He lives in Kentfield, Calif., with his wife and three children.