Christopher Rannefors '13, was named to Forbes' 30 Under 30 list in the Social Entrepreneurs category. Rannefors, along Harrison Broadhurst, founded BatBnB, an ecofriendly pest control product that helps fight mosquito-borne illnesses while also helping the declining bat population.
Alex Wu '07 is a Founding Team member of NEX Team, creator of HomeCourt, an app that's revolutionizing the basketball industry. The app, which uses AI to allow players to track performance in real time and share it, was recently named to TIME magazine's list of the 100 Best Inventions of 2019.
Nalini Agrawal ’13 and Nishant Ambasht were married Oct. 8, 2019. Nalini is a Data Science Consultant, Strategy & Analytics, at Deloitte Consulting. Nishant is a Technology Consultant at Accenture.
Samuel Muffly (M.S. in Commerce ’12), Special Gifts Officer for Cohen Children’s Medical Center, is using his calling to philanthropy and his M.S. in Commerce degree to help the hospital in its mission to provide the best healthcare to children.
Allen (“A.J.”) Dudley '91 was reelected to serve another four-year term as the Commonwealth's Attorney for Franklin County, VA. Dudley was first elected in 2015. His new term will expire in December 2023.
Patrick Keating ’12 is the Founder of Globo, a tool that helps users reduce their carbon footprint by allowing them to track their incremental improvements over time and keeping them accountable to their progress.
Alex Murray (M.S. in Accounting ’12) recently joined the faculty at University of Oregon's Lundquist College of Business as an Assistant Professor of Management.
Alexandra Yin Yeung ’07 and Alvis Kam Ko (Architecture ’09) are delighted to announce the birth of their son, Asher Yik Ning Ko, born Oct. 15, 2019.
Qiao Ma ’06 is Portfolio Manager - Asian Equities for Cooper Investors in Melbourne, Australia. She was featured in an Oct. 13, 2019, Australian Financial Review article titled "Qiao Ma's Journey from Wizard's Apprentice to Wall Street."
Dina Tamimi '99, Director of Smart Cities, Verticals & Strategic Accounts for Honeywell, contributed to a recent Wired article titled "Can Smart Buildings Lead to Smart Cities?" that discusses how "smart" buildings and cities can enhance citizen experience as they address the challenges that come with the population shift to urban areas around the world.