Mark Hanis ’04 has been named a member of the prestigious 2012–13 Class of White House Fellows. President Lyndon B. Johnson created the White House Fellows Program in 1964 to identify and train future American leaders by exposing them to the inner workings of the federal government while also promoting the ideals and practice [...]
Emily Marks ’03, an associate with the Philadelphia law firm Kolsby, Gordon, Robin, Shore & Bezar, was rated a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer “Rising Star,” a distinction she has earned annually since 2010. The Thomson Reuters rating service features no more than 2.5 percent of the state’s attorneys either below age 40 or in practice for [...]
Ben Francisco Maulbeck ’99 has been named president of Funders for LGBTQ Issues. Funders is a philanthropic affinity group that advocates for resources that enhance the well-being of LGBT communities, promote equality, and advance racial, economic, and gender justice.
From 2007–12, Maulbeck held positions of increasing responsibility at Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP), culminating in his role [...]
Benjamin Schall ’97 was named the chief operating officer of Rouse Properties, Inc., a real-estate firm
headquartered in New York City with a reputation for innovation, and has served in that capacity since March. The company is one of the largest publicly traded regional mall owners in the country, spanning 31 malls and approximately 22 [...]
Monica Eileen Patterson ’97 was named a Banting Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for Ethnographic
Research and Exhibition in the Aftermath of Violence at Concordia University in Montreal. She earned a Ph.D. in anthropology and history from the University of Michigan, and her current book project examines the constructions of childhood in late-apartheid South Africa.
Mira Seo ’95 has joined the faculty of the newly created Yale–NUS College, Singapore’s first liberal arts college and fully residential learning environment. She received tenure at the University of Michigan last spring but will instead make the move to Singapore with her husband, a molecular biologist.
Seo is a fellow with the National Forum for [...]
Evan Wittenberg ’91 was recently named vice president of people at Box, a secure content collaboration platform. Before becoming a member of Box’s executive team, Wittenberg served as chief talent officer at Hewlett-Packard (HP). Wittenberg graduated with distinction in psychology and English literature before receiving a master’s of business administration with honors from the Wharton [...]
Juliana Eades ’75 was recently awarded the 2012 Ned Gramlich Award for Responsible Finance by Opportunity Finance Network, a leading national network of Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs). Eades is president and founding executive director of the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund, which aims to make responsible loans to economically disadvantaged people and communities, allowing [...]
Tralance Addy ’69 was named the first executive director for the Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies (SEED). SEED seeks to stimulate innovation and entrepreneurship in developing countries, with the aim of attaining levels of enterprise formation and scaling of businesses that have beneficial impact, especially on the lives of those living in poverty.
Former chief [...]