Jason Tabalujan CFA '03 is a Director at SSG Capital Management in Jakarta, Indonesia. He was recently featured in the CFA Society Indonesia Career Guide.
Corinne Adams Heyning Laverty ’80 published North America's Galapagos: The Historic Channel Islands Biological Survey. The narrative nonfiction book recounts the story of a group of researchers, naturalists, adventurers, cooks, immigrants, and scientifically curious teenagers who came together in the late 1930s to embark upon a series of ambitious expeditions never before, or since, attempted. Their mission: to piece together the broken shards of the Channel Islands’ history and evolution. Sometimes called “North America’s Galapagos,” each island supports unique ecosystems, with varied flora and fauna and differing human histories. Readers follow the scientists behind closed museum doors and to all eight islands, spending time in the hot and dusty, or wet and foggy, field with them, rejoicing in their successes, cringing at their failures and shortcomings. Laverty's lecture schedule can be found under the "Events" tab of her website.
David Meredith (M.S. in MIT '03), CEO of Everbridge, was featured on CNBC’s “Mad Money” Feb. 19, 2020, to discuss the “breakout quarter” his firm had for critical event management deals.
Stephanie Mango ’94 (M.S. in MIS ’95), Senior Vice President at CGI, has been named to Washington Exec’s “Top 25 Execs to Watch in 2020” in the DC area.
John Griffin ’85, Founder of Blue Ridge Capital, is the next chairman of the Robin Hood Foundation, the poverty-fighting organization with Wall Street in its DNA. Griffin was elected last month for a two-year term, succeeding Larry Robbins of Glenview Capital Management.
Emmanuel Abebrese (M.S. in Commerce ’16, Medicine ’20) is completing his final semester at the UVA School of Medicine. He is Founder of nonprofit organization Citadel Foundation for Kids, as well as a board member with PROSAMI and WagiLabs.
Mike Lambros ’02 is a Director at London-based renewable energy investment advisory boutique Emel Solar Limited. We recently spoke with Lambros about how he applied his McIntire background in his current line of work, the challenges he faces in his sustainable business, and the opportunities he sees on the horizon.
Patrick Keating ’12 is the Founder of Globo. The company’s flagship product is an easy-to-use app that helps people go carbon neutral and channel their desire to mitigate climate change in the most effective ways possible.
Emilio Alonso ’03 serves as a basketball coach for George Mason University’s Special Olympics program, “Mason LIFE.” He recently assisted player Chris Carter in living his dream to play in the 2020 NBA Cares Special Olympics Unified Basketball Game, part of NBA All-Star Weekend in Chicago. In February, the two traveled to the Windy City, where Carter was one of 12 Special Olympics All-Star athletes from around the country and the world to play.
Sandra Reales (M.S. in Global Commerce ’18) is an Associate at Strategy&.