Jennifer Zimmerman

Jennifer Zimmerman, SW99, was promoted to vice president of evaluation and impact at bi3, Bethesda, Inc.’s grantmaking initiative to transform health in Greater Cincinnati. Since joining bi3, Zimmerman has been responsible for developing, managing and evaluating its portfolio of multiyear grants and initiatives. 

Karen (Reed) Troy

Karen (Reed) Troy, EN99, EN99, was promoted to professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. A member of the faculty since 2013, she teaches upper-level and graduate-level courses. Her research focuses on the interactions between physical activity and musculoskeletal health, disease and injury.

Stephanie Schlaifer

Stephanie Schlaifer, LA99, FA99, authored two collections of poetry, Cleavemark (BOAAT Press, 2016) and Well Waiting Room (Fordham University Press, 2021). She also penned a children’s book, The Cloud Lasso (Penny Candy Books, 2019). Schlaifer works in marketing and communications, and maintains a creative practice as a sculptor and installation artist.

Corey E. Mohn

Corey E. Mohn, LA99, LA99, is executive director of the Center for Advanced Professional Studies. The program connects high school students in 73 programs across 19 states and three countries to industries in which they have interest. Started in Kansas City, the program has grown into an international network in the field of education.

Michelle Hirschman

Michelle Hirschman, SW99, owner and operator of Hirschman Clinical Services, moved from Los Angeles to Kansas City, Mo., where she expanded her services. She writes that she is pleased to be closer to WashU and looks forward to doing collaborative work and creating internship and job opportunities for students.

Katsuyuki Yamashita

Katsuyuki Yamashita, GB99, was appointed dean of the Graduate School of Business Administration and Economics at Otemon Gakuin University, a private university at Ibaraki, Osaka, Japan, in April 2020.

Chad West

Chad West, BU99, was honored with the Public Servant of the Year Award by the Oak Cliff Chamber of Commerce, Dallas, in addition to the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers Foundation Award of Excellence in honor of his philanthropic and community contributions. West has conducted school- supply drives and is a co-founder of the Dash […]

Adam Stoltz

Adam Stoltz, LA99, returned to HOK as director of global consulting, based in the firm’s New York studio. Stoltz, who for 15 years has addressed the issues involving people, organizational performance and the built environment, was the regional consulting leader for HOK’s New York studio from 2013-15.

Stephen D. Feldman

Stephen D. Feldman, BU99, whose expertise is in complex litigation, antitrust and appeals, recently joined Robinson Bradshaw as a shareholder, based in the firm’s Raleigh, N.C., offices. He is vice chair of both the North Carolina Bar Association Appellate Practice Section and the North Carolina Business Court Rules Committee.

Adam Schwartz

Adam Schwartz, GR99, who has taught high school in Baltimore for 22 years, is an award-winning author. His collection of stories, The Rest of the World, won the Washington Writers Publishing House 2020 prize for fiction, and other works have won prizes sponsored by Poets & Writers, Philadelphia Stories and Baltimore City Paper. His fiction […]