Kevin Kosiewicz, BU15, earned an MBA degree from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management this past spring. He is director of strategy and operations at Lettuce Entertain You restaurants, the largest private restaurant group in Chicago.
Nicholas Lane, EMBA15, celebrated the second anniversary of the launch of his private investment firm, Pilot Equity, in Greensboro, N.C., in April.
Jack Krewson, LA15, founded St. Louis’ first personalized learning middle school, Kairos Academies, which launched in the Dutchtown neighborhood of the city in 2019. Kairos’ approach to student choice and self-direction was highlighted by Forbes as one of the country’s most innovative educational models to prepare kids for the 21st century. Krewson is working to […]
Xinyuan Zhang, LA15, is a resident physician in urology at the University of Washington.
Benjamin Sass, EN15, and Aliza (Jaffe) Sass, LA15, welcomed a son, Leo Uriel Sass, June 9, 2020. Proud family members include grandparents Ezra Jaffe, LA89, and Marla (Zissman) Jaffe, OT89; uncle Jeremy Rose, LA12, and aunt Paula (Sass) Rose, LA12; and aunt Monica Sass, LA19.
Willie Pudvah, BU15, was promoted from universal banker to credit analyst at Gateway Bank, where he has worked since 2018.
Blake Marggraff, LA15, is CEO of CareSignal (formerly Epharmix), a St. Louis firm that offers risk-based interventions using automated phone calls or text messages to manage patients’ health conditions while collecting disease-specific data. CareSignal’s partners include Mercy, BJC HealthCare and SLUCare Physician Group.
Callan Howton, SW15, leads the new Peer Recovery Center of Excellence, housed at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Nursing and Health Studies. As the principal investigator on a new grant by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Howton and colleagues will work in partnership […]