Class Notes

Nicholas Magill
March 1, 2019

Jason Magill ’99 and his wife, Jessica, welcomed their first child, Nicholas Jason, born Dec. 4, 2018. The family lives in Indianapolis.

Phung Huynh
February 26, 2019

Phung Huynh ’04 is a restauranteur whose latest endeavor is Poke Sushi Bowl, a restaurant offering Hawaiian-inspired cuisine that already has six locations throughout the state, including two in Charlottesville—one on the Corner and another in the Barracks Road Shopping Center.


Allie Griswold
January 30, 2019

Allie Griswold ’15 is Co-Founder of Athena Club, a subscription service that delivers feminine care products. The company also provides free products to women who cannot afford them. 


January 15, 2019

Steven McAlpine (M.S. in Commerce ’11), Head of Data Science at First Street Foundation, co-authored a paper titled “Estimating Recent Local Impacts of Sea-Level Rise on Current Real-Estate Losses: A Housing Market Case Study in Miami-Dade, Florida,” which appeared in Population Research and Policy Review in 2018.

The Fun Empire team
January 15, 2019

Ryan Ho '14 is Co-Founder of The Fun Empire, a team-building and events company in Asia that provides unique activities such as bubble soccer, Saber Tag®, SaberFit®, Poolball™, Combat Archery™, Ninja Tag™ and Bullet Ball™. Ho shares his story of how he created and grew his business with The Asian Entrepreneur, in a Jan. 7, 2019, Q&A.


January 15, 2019

Valerie Camillo ’95 (Darden ’00) has been appointed by Comcast Spectacor as President of Business Operations for the Philadelphia Flyers and Wells Fargo Center. Camillo will oversee all key business functions, including sales, marketing, analytics, technology and overall business optimization for the NHL franchise and one of the country’s busiest arenas. Camillo joins Comcast Spectacor from the Washington Nationals, where she was Chief Revenue and Marketing Officer. Previously she was Senior Vice President, Team Marketing and Business Operations for the NBA. In this role, she provided strategic counsel to multiple NBA clubs that covered best practices in revenue generation, marketing, analytics, technology, and property development. Before joining the NBA, Camillo led a strategy consulting practice for Booz Allen Hamilton and acquired additional experience as a Consultant for IBM and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

January 4, 2019

Chaitenya Razdan '05 is Co-Founder and CEO of Care+Wear. The innovative healthware design company was recently named to Entrepreneur's 2018 Entrepreneur 360™ List


January 3, 2019

Samuel Ian Rosen '07 is the Founder of Tap, an app that keeps track of thousands of water refill stations—including public water fountains, cafes, restaurants, and stores that offer water bottle refills—across more than 7,000 cities in 30 countries. Thirsty consumers can simply open the free app, pull up their location, and look to see what is nearby.

Jon Butler with Disney's Faron Kelley, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, and athlete participants
January 3, 2019

Jon Butler '72, Executive Director of Pop Warner Little Scholars, is pleased to announce that the nonprofit recently celebrated the 90th season of Pop Warner Football and, coincidentally, Mickey Mouse’s 90th birthday during the organizations’ Pop Warner Super Bowl and National Cheer and Dance Championships at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Disney World.

January 3, 2019

David K. Golbahar (M.S. in Accounting '07), Director at strategic financial advisory services firm Brandlin & Associates, is one of 26 young CPAs who have received a Forensic and Valuation Services (FVS) Standing Ovation by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) for their significant contributions in their accounting specialty areas and in their communities. Recipients were honored in November at the 2018 AICPA FVS Conference in Atlanta. Says Golbahar, “Credit goes to Professors Paul Walker, Elizabeth Thurston, Roger Martin, George Overstreet, and Susan Perry for developing the foundation for what I do today.”