Deborah Patterson

Deborah Patterson, HA97, was elected to the Oregon State Senate (District 10) in 2020 and named chair of the Senate Health Committee. Patterson writes that she is grateful to WashU for the opportunities she has had in health care over the years and is looking forward to this new challenge.

Mark Pankoff

Mark Pankoff, GA97, SI98, was promoted to executive vice president of the financial firm Wellington Shields & Co. In his free time, Pankoff and his wife, Rebecca, keep busy with their quartet of 5-year-old to 10-year-old children. In 2020 Pankoff coached his son’s squirt hockey team to a championship, lowered his golf handicap and mastered […]

Ron Eisenstein

Ron Eisenstein, LA97, co-founded The Solas Group, which was recognized by Tableau Software as the leader in fundraising analytics. Solas presented with its client, University of California, Berkeley, which raised a school record of $1B+ last year, at Tableau’s Higher Education Summit in December 2020.

Peter Vogel

Peter Vogel, LA97, is a co-founder and the CEO of Leafwire, an online platform connecting investors to cannabis companies looking to raise funding. The company, which has gained a reputation as the LinkedIn of the cannabis industry, has grown quickly to become the largest professional network in cannabis, with 30,000 members representing more than 10,000 […]

Joshua Mandell

Joshua Mandell, AR97, is a vice president at FGM Architects. As principal he specializes in municipal and law enforcement facility assessment. He is currently leading the design of a new regional PSAP/911 facility with Emergency Operations Center and 311 Citizens’ Service Bureau for the city of St. Louis.

Leona Ketterl

Leona Ketterl, GA97, and her husband moved from Los Angeles to Sacramento, where she is a senior architect with Rainforth Grau Architects, an exclusive designer of schools. Ketterl also is actively involved in the American Institute of Architects statewide committee on the environment. The couple shares their solar-powered home with their two cats, Shaggy and […]

Catherine Bowes

Catherine Bowes, LA97, is a program director of offshore wind energy at the National Wildlife Federation. She pursues clean energy options that work for both oceans and communities. Bowes was instrumental in helping bring the first commercial offshore wind farm in the United States to Block Island, R.I., in 2016.