Walter Hutchens

Walter Hutchens, LW99, GR99, was appointed by the University of Arizona Rogers College of Law as director and faculty member of the student program in Qingdao, China. Students who graduate from the program earn a BA in law from the University of Arizona and an LLB from the university’s partner institution, Ocean University of China. […]

Dennis Fish

Dennis Fish, LA99, joined the U.S. Mint in June as the chief equity officer. For the previous eight years, he was the associate director for program operations at the U.S. Department of Labor’s Civil Rights Center. He lives in Arlington, Va.

Nancy A. Johnson

Nancy A. Johnson, LW99, an attorney in the Orlando office of Littler Mendelson, P.C., was promoted to shareholder effective Jan. 1. Working with in-house counsel through all phases of labor and employment litigation in state and federal courts and at the administrative agency level, Johnson advises and defends employers confronted by complex workplace challenges and […]

Sapna Kudchadkar

Sapna Kudchadkar, LA99, a pediatric critical care physician and pediatric anesthesiologist at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, was named anesthesiologist-in-chief of the Johns Hopkins Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children’s Center and vice chair for pediatric anesthesiology and critical care medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She lives in Ellicott City, Md., with her husband, Raj, […]

Ben Westhoff

Ben Westhoff, LA99, is an award-winning investigative journalist, who has written five books, including Original Gangstas: The Untold Story of Dr. Dre, Eazy-E, Ice Cube, Tupac Shakur, and the Birth of West Coast Rap (Hachette Books, 2016); and, most recently, Little Brother: Love, Tragedy and My Search for the Truth (Hachette Books, May 2022). Little […]

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.
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