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  • 1950s

  • 1959

    Dorothy Atkinson B.A. has completed 50 years of active nursing and is still going strong. She currently works in labor and delivery in a small hospital near Modesto, California.

  • 1956

    Robert McFarlane B.A. stays in contact with many Kappa friends from Lewis & Clark, including his brother-in-law, Drew Hall B.A. ’55. A general and thoracic surgeon, McFarlane practiced with Kaiser Permanente in Portland for 25 years and taught in the surgical residency program at Oregon Health & Science University. He enjoys sailing, cycling, and volunteering in medical activities and with peace and justice organizations. His wife, Betty Hall McFarlane B.S. ’55, died in December 2009.


    Keith Harcourt B.A. was a surgeon in Pendleton for 32 years, specializing in oncology and working with hospice patients. He maintains his interest in public health and volunteers in Depoe Bay, where he lives now. He is married to Pat Akse Harcourt B.S. ’57 and continues to enjoy great friends and memories from Lewis & Clark.

  • 1960s

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    Creating Art for the Spirit

    “I’ve installed that piece four or five different times, once for the 50th anniversary of the United Nations,” says artist Nancy Chinn B.A. ‘62. “Like a theatrical set design, it integrates fluidly with the expansive architecture of Grace Cathedral. It’s a celebrative piece that takes your breath away.”
  • 1960

    Arts & Sciences Reunion June 24−27, 2010

    Mary Patrick B.A. was a fellow at the Institute for Research into Early Christian- ity, Tübingen, Germany, in 2007–08. Patrick taught in Africa at Morija Theological Seminary, Morija, Lesotho, in 2002–03. Her works in biblical studies have earned her 16 entries in the New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible. Patrick is the mother of Jeremy Patrick and grand- mother of Tara and Fiona Patrick-Allinger.


    Violet Huber B.A. says, “I am still very proud of being a graduate from Lewis & Clark. I was a librarian in the Beaver- ton School District for 19 years. After I retired, I continued teaching as a substitute.Thank you for giving me a good start.” Donnea Sims B.A., after rais- ing five children in Ashland and co-owning and operating a construction company for 20 years, is now raising a grandchild in Portland.


    Arts & Sciences Reunion June 24−27, 2010
  • 1970s

  • 1970

    Arts & Sciences Reunion June 24−27, 2010


    Bruce Shilling B.A. has run a small painting company since 1989, doing interior and exterior painting and repairs on homes in the Seattle area. He and his wife, Jamie Tweedie Shilling B.S. ’75, have two children: Kyna, who graduated magna cum laude from Occidental College in 2007, and Calder, who is attending Sarah Lawrence College.


    Catherine Berger B.A. is on the media tech team at her church and has done volunteer work in Nicaragua; Chehalis, Washington (to help flood victims); and Portland (at Roosevelt High School).

    William Cobb J.D. has been elected to the board of regents of the Nevada System of Higher Education. Cobb is senior and managing partner of the law firm Erickson, Thorpe & Swainston. He is a master emeritus of the American Inns of Court and is listed in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers, The Best Lawyers in America, and Nevada Super Lawyers.

    Kathleen Jimenez B.A. is a chaplain and history teacher at Campbell Hall School in North Hollywood, California.

    Stephen Kantor J.D., an estate planning attorney, has been selected to manage and operate the Portland law firm of Samuels, Yoelin, Kantor, Seymour & Spinrad.


    Jack Hoffman J.D. was elected mayor of Lake Oswego in November 2008. He is a partner at Dunn Carney Allen Higgins & Tongue. Holly Reinhart-Marean B.A. and her husband, Tom, are both pastors. Their daughter, Anna, is married and works in the Washington, D.C., area. Reinhart-Marean also has two grown stepchildren and through them, four grandchildren. Richard Webster B.A. is “living the Cruz’in life” in Santa Cruz, California. “After 10 years heading up banking practice at Tandem/Compaq/HP, I decided it was time for a serious career change so now I am heading up banking practice for Cisco. My son, Paul, is seriously considering Lewis & Clark for academics, overseas programs, and baseball. We visited Portland in January and were all impressed how the school has matured.”


    Cliff Bentz J.D. has been elected state representative for District 60 in southeastern Oregon. Richard Kraus J.D. has become a fellow in the Litigation Counsel of America Society, an invitation-only trial lawyer honorary society with a membership limited to 3,500. Kraus was honored as the 2006 Lawyer of the Year by Michigan Lawyer’s Weekly. Karli Olson J.D. and Linh Vu J.D. ’99 have opened the new office of Olson Vu in Portland.


    Peter Chamberlain J.D. has formed the firm Chamberlain Mediation-Arbitration, where he assists with statewide personal injury, professional liability, commercial, and construction defect cases. Chamberlain was recently appointed to the Oregon State Bar Professional Responsibility Board.


    Arts & Sciences Reunion June 24−27, 2010
  • 1980s

  • 1980

    Arts & Sciences Reunion June 24−27, 2010

    Michael Adler J.D. of the Deschutes County Circuit Court has been elected treasurer of the Oregon Circuit Court Judges Association.


    Paul Cosgrove J.D., who is of counsel with the Portland law firm Lindsay Hart Neil & Weigler, has been named vice chair of the national board of directors for State Law Resources, an international referral network of independent law firms that provide legal and regulatory strategy to clients across the country. Cosgrove has more than 25 years of experience in government relations representing national and state trade associations and Fortune 500 companies before the Oregon legislature and state and local agencies and boards.

    Deanne Darling J.D. of the Clackamas County Circuit Court has been elected vice president of the Oregon Circuit Court Judges Association.

    Don Grant J.D. has received the Civil Liberties Award from the American Civil Liberties Union of Oregon for his work with individuals detained by the U.S. government at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.


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    Steven Hunt J.D., professor of communication, was listed by the National Communication Association as an expert available to provide insight into the inauguration of President Barack Obama. Hunt
    has consulted on city council positions and a congressional race, and has commented on political debates. He teaches political campaign communication each election year.

    Daniel Lindahl J.D. has been elected to the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers, which recognizes outstanding appellate lawyers and limits its membership to 500. Lindahl practices at the Lindahl Law Firm in Portland.


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    Donna Bosworth Andrews B.A. has been married for 17 years and has two sons, aged 13 and 10. She and her husband spent four years in London, and she taught English as a second language and linguistics for about 13 years, “until I got lucky finding a job that had nothing to do with my background or training—and I love it!”

    Susan Caulkins J.D. has become an associate at Davies Pearson in Tacoma, Washington, after having been in private practice on the Kitsap Peninsula for more than 20 years.

    Stuart Cohen J.D., a partner at Landye Bennett Blumstein, has been named volunteer of the year by the Oregon Chapter of the Community Associations Institute. Cohen is a past president of the organization and has been a board member since 2003.

    Roxane White B.A. has garnered numerous awards for her work with people who are poor, primarily homeless teens. White has published articles on homelessness and homeless youth in Denver, including “Plan to End Homelessness,” published in the Denver Post in January 2006. She recently left government service to head a newly forming foundation. White’s family includes a 16-year-old daughter; a 17-year-old who joined the family; a 19-year-old stepson who is in college; and her partner, Denis Murstein.


    Katy Lloyd B.A. is on leave from active ministry to be a stay-at-home mom. She spent five days in Reno in October 2008, staying with Jen Huntley B.A. ’86, M.A.T. ’87 and working for the
    Obama campaign. Lloyd volunteers as a Sunday school teacher at Findlay Street Christian Church, a Disciples of Christ church in Seattle. She also serves on a committee in the Pacific Northwest Conference of the United Church of Christ, with a focus on creating support networks for Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans and their families.

    Debra Olson J.D. has joined Ausra, a provider of solar thermal energy, as executive vice president, general counsel, and corporate secretary.

    Beth Skillern J.D. has been appointed president at Bullivant Houser Bailey. In more than 20 years with Bullivant, Skillern has served in several management positions, most recently as the firm’s general counsel. A frequent speaker on insurance issues, Skillern was recognized in 2008 by Oregon Super Lawyers.

    Jeff Street J.D. has moved his practice to the firm Hodgkinson Street, in Portand.


    Blair Bobier J.D. has joined the New America Foundation’s Political Reform Program as its deputy director for northern California.

    Erin Waterman B.A., a medical transcriptionist, works for an oncology clinic in Florida and for large hospital networks around the country, all from her basement in Washington state. Her daughter, age 8, is a cancer survivor, and Waterman’s advocacy for families affected by childhood cancer includes volunteering for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, providing support to newly diagnosed families. “If there are enough hours in a day to accommodate being a mom, working two jobs, plus becoming an advocacy chair for my local Relay for Life chapter of the American Cancer Society, I will find them.”


    Arts & Sciences Reunion June 24−27, 2010
  • 1990s

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    Building Bridges Between China and the U.S.

    When Ron Cai was a student at Xiamen University Law School in the early to mid-1980s, he served as an interpreter for Steve Kanter, professor of law, who was then a visiting Fulbright scholar. “Steve invited us to apply to Lewis & Clark Law School if we were interested in furthering our studies in the United States,” says Cai.
  • 1990

    Arts & Sciences Reunion June 24−27, 2010

    Derek Larson B.A. earned his master of arts in religion (M.A.R.) at Yale Divinity School in 1993, then switched fields to environmental history (M.A. ’95, Ph.D. ’01). Since 1998 he has held a joint appointment in history and environmental studies at two single-sex Catholic liberal arts colleges that are sponsored by Benedictine monasteries. He still does work on religion and the environment occasionally, including several conference papers and a book chapter on the idea of “Benedictine stewardship” as practiced in Minnesota. He and wife Theresa Anderson B.A. ’91 and their two daughters live in St. Cloud, Minnesota.

    Elizabeth Lavenue B.A. has been married to Myra Lavenue since 2001. Their daughters are Aria, born in 2004, and Claire, born in May 2009. Learn more at Elizabeth Lavenue.


    Theresa Anderson B.A. is an academic advisor for multicultural students at the College of St. Benedict and St. John’s University in central Minnesota. She is married to Derek Larson B.A. ’90, and their daughters are Hazel Anderson-Larson, 8, and Piper Anderson-Larson, 4.

    Charles Hoskin J.D. has been appointed a judge in Nevada’s Eighth Judicial District Court, Family Division.

    Abby Landon J.D. has been appointed shareholder of Bullivant Houser Bailey. Landon, who works in the firm’s Portland office, specializes in estate planning. She also serves as a board member for the Better World Club and has presented at CLE seminars on behalf of the Portland Leadership Council for the Oregon Community Foundation.


    Gilion Dumas J.D. has become of counsel to the O’Donnell, Clark & Crew firm. She works in commercial, real estate, and tort litigation. Dumas is a former chair of the business litigation section of the Oregon State Bar, a former president of the Oregon chapter of the Federal Bar Association, and a current member of the Republican National Lawyers Association.

    A. Lynn Jesus-Olhausen B.A. recently relocated to Bend.

    John Kaempf J.D. and partner Scott Brooksby have opened a civil defense litigation firm in Portland; information is available at www.brooksbykaempf. com. Editor’s note: In the summer 2009 issue of the Chronicle, we inadvertently misspelled Kaempf’s surname and inserted an additional typo. We regret these errors.


    Roger Alfred J.D. has been promoted by Perkins Coie to of counsel. Alfred’s practice focuses on land use and development law.

    Michael Frazier J.D. has joined Tucker Ellis & West as an associate in the firm’s newly added Denver office. His civil litigation practice focuses on personal injury, product liability, and complex commercial litigation.

    Susan Safford J.D. is operations director for the Oregon Building Environment and Sustainable Technologies Center. Safford, a former environmental attorney for Stoel Rives and community affairs specialist, previously served as environmental outreach manager for the Port of Portland and as an administrator of the Oregon Hanford Waste Board for the Oregon Department of Energy.

    Malik Wickramanayake B.A. has been with the HSBC Banking Group for the past 12-plus years. In 2007 he and his wife, Shani, and daughter, Sehanya, moved from Colombo to Dubai. Wickramanayake is now a senior manager in operations for HSBC, overseeing the relationship management function for the Middle East region.


    Antonia De Meo J.D. has been appointed head of program by the U.N. Office for Project Services (UNOPS). Based in Amman, Jordan, De Meo is responsible for managing primarily governance sector programs for the UNOPS Iraq Operations Center and the UNOPS Jordan Operations Center. In June 2008, De Meo earned a master of public administration degree from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, where she was a Public Service Fellow.

    Thomas Lange B.A. is pursuing his passion for music in the form of sound therapy, primarily using didjeridus, gongs, Tibetan singing bowls, and flutes. He offers group sound meditation evenings, individual sessions, and private events. More information is available at Sonic Massage.

    Steven Shropshire J.D. has been elected managing shareholder of the firm Jordan Schrader Ramis, where he continues his practice in water rights and natural resources law, real estate, and agribusiness. Shropshire was named one of the Portland Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 in 2005. He is a published author and frequent lecturer on water rights and natural resource issues.


    Jeff Bachman J.D. was featured in an article highlighting his contributions to both environmental and human rights causes in the January 2009 issue of the Oregon State Bar Bulletin. Bachman is chair of the board of directors for Amnesty International.

    Julia Waco J.D. exhibited her acrylic paintings at Portland’s Attic Gallery in February. The exhibit, titled “Breezy Day,” was inspired by Waco’s toddler, Marla, and featured birds dancing among the artist’s signature lollipop flowers.


    Patrick Ebbett J.D. is assistant attorney general in the appellate division of the Oregon Department of Justice. Previously, Ebbett was associated with Chilton, Ebbett & Galli in Portland.


    Christian Boenisch J.D. has joined Harrang Long Gary Rudnick in Portland. His practice continues to focus on labor and employment law and business transactions.

    Teri Durham J.D., formerly of Marandas, Perdue, Durham & Lowney, has joined Thomas P. McElroy J.D. ’00 in forming McElroy & Durham, a Portland law firm focusing on family law and domestic relations.

    Mitchell Olson J.D. has been named a partner at the Madison, Wisconsin, law firm of Axley Brynelson. His litigation practice includes civil litigation, real estate, land use and zoning, municipal, insurance, and appellate law.

    Doug Striker B.A. is chief operating officer at the Denver law firm Foster Graham Milstein Calisher. He received his M.B.A. at the University of Colorado at Denver and married Michelle Striker in 2006.

    Edward Tylicki J.D. is employee relations manager in Global Human Resources at Nike.


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    Brent Foster J.D. has been appointed to the top job in the environmental division of the Oregon Attorney General’s Office. After several years in private practice, he joined Columbia Riverkeeper in 2005, refocusing a group that was on the verge of bankruptcy. In a recent article in the Oregonian, journalist Steve Duin described Foster as a “firm believer in using litigation to force polluters to obey the law and persuading regulatory agencies to enforce it.”

    Adam Smith B.A. completed his Ph.D. in computer science at the University of Wisconsin at Madison in May 2009. His dissertation work was on using computers to interpret biological data. He has returned to the Portland area.

    Linh Vu J.D. and Kari Olson J.D. ’77 have opened the new office of Olson Vu in Portland.

  • 2000s

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    Financial Therapist Delivers Reality Check

    After his nine-year stint in Chicago, Brian Farr purchased and managed a San Francisco personnel agency, which he sold for a profit to a regional firm in 1993. He then moved to Oregon and cofounded a successful investment management firm. But something was missing.
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    A New Leader in the Oregon House

    Jules Kopel Bailey canvassed Portland neighborhoods seven days a week during his 2008 bid for state representative of Oregon House District 42. He estimates he knocked on 10,000 doors in the space of five months, ratcheting up his efforts to 100 visits a day during the final leg of the campaign—all while holding down a full-time consulting job and hustling to raise money for the race.
  • 2000

    Arts & Sciences Reunion June 24−27, 2010

    Steven Burke J.D. has joined the board of Friends of the Refuge, a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting and restoring the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge.

    Robert Childs B.A. oversees operations at a harm reduction agency in New York City for 10,000 drug users and sex workers. He recently led a multimodal study, titled “Blood in the Bog,” of homeless people who use intravenous drugs in public areas, detailing practices and outcomes for this population. Childs is married to Paige Travis.

    Gregory Levinson J.D. has founded his own law firm, Levinson Law, in Portland, where he continues to focus on business entity formation, contracts, trademarks, and estate planning.

    Thomas McElroy J.D. has joined Teri Durham J.D. ’97 in forming McElroy & Durham, a Portland law firm focusing on family law and domestic relations.


    Bethany Bacci J.D. has been named a partner at Stoel Rives in the Portland office. She counsels clients on tax and fiduciary matters affecting pension plans.

    Amy Baggio J.D. has received the Civil Liberties Award from the American Civil Liberties Union of Oregon for her work with individuals detained by the U.S. government at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

    Brian Cable J.D. has been named a partner at Dunn Carney. His primary areas of practice are corporate governance, securities, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate finance.

    Michael Hallas J.D. is an associate with Stahancyk, Kent, Johnson & Hook. His practice focuses on family law.

    Charles Harrell J.D. has joined Buckley LeChevallier’s business and real estate transactional practice group. His practice focuses on land use, real estate, condominium and subdivision formulation, and general business transactional matters. Prior to joining the firm, he was a senior associate at Gunn, Cain & Kinney.

    Cheryl Kringle J.D. has been appointed to the Aero Law Group. She represents clients in sales, leasing, and the exchange of business and commercial aircraft. Most recently Kringle worked at Tousley Brain Stephens and the Washington State Attorney General’s consumer protection division.

    Anne Kunkel J.D. has been named partner at Givens Pursley in Boise. Kunkel’s practice focuses on complex real estate and asset transactions. Kunkel is secretary of the real estate law section for the Idaho State Bar Association. She was accepted into the Leadership Boise class of 2008–10.

    Jeff Lindberg J.D. has joined attorney Loren Joner to form a new law firm, Joner Lindberg. The firm in Battle Ground, Washington, serves business, real estate, estate planning, and litigation needs.

    Anna Salim B.A. produced a feature film that was among 10 semifinalists (out of 2,000 original applicants) in the Netflix Find Your Voice competition. The film, by writer-director Jon Goldman, is Paul Sussman’s Eleven-Step Guide to Self-Actualization. Information about the semifinalists and the winning film is available at Find Your Voice.

    Andrew Solomon J.D. has been promoted to of counsel at Perkins Coie. He is a member of the firm’s real estate and land use group, providing representation for real estate transactions and project development.

    Alejandro Tosi LL.M. ’01, J.D. ’04 is a legal advisor to the president of the Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal at The Hague, Netherlands. The president is one of nine judges on the tribunal, which was created in 1981 as one of the measures taken to resolve the hostage crisis with Iran.


    Derek Bangs B.A. returned to Oregon in March 2009 for a wine sales position in the Portland metro area. His wife is an in-home personal trainer.

    Amy Campbell J.D. has joined Vestas American Wind Technology, counseling the company on employment and immigration issues.

    Marisa James J.D. is a deputy in the office of the Oregon Legislative Counsel, where she specializes in drafting laws related to public health and human services.


    Anna Bellersen B.A. earned her black belt in Poekoelan Tjimindie Tulen in 2008. She is working toward her M.A. in teaching German at the Monterey (California) Institute of International Studies.

    Nick Lantz B.A. married Vicky Pettersen Lantz ’03 in 2005. In 2007–08 he was the Jay C. and Ruth Halls Poetry Fellow at the University of Wisconsin at Madison.

    Jessalynn Pinsonault B.A. graduated from the University of Washington in 2009 with a master’s degree in library and information science. She is now a librarian at Ledding Library in Milwaukie, working primarily in the children’s department.

    Nichole Robbins J.D. has joined the Law Office of Erin Olson. She represents crime victims, including victims of child sexual abuse and elder abuse, in civil and criminal cases.


    Dillon Bracken B.A. formed the Lifestyle Design Group “after becoming disillusioned by the corporate ladder prison. Now I invest in real estate and own a marketing company. I am open to helping other Lewis & Clark graduates liberate themselves from their corporate chains.”

    Adam Draper J.D. is director of land protection at the Northern Virginia Conservation Trust in Annandale, Virginia.

    Diana Wiener Rosengard B.A. ’04, J.D. ’09, after graduating from Lewis & Clark Law School in May, moved to Los Angeles to become a judicial coordinator for the University of California at Riverside.

    Kelly Rudd J.D. has become a shareholder at Baldwin, Crocker & Rudd, a Wyoming law firm emphasizing federal Indian law.

    Maneesh Varma J.D. recently finished three years with the Peace Corps in Zambia, where he was a legal support officer for the nongovernmental organization Zambia AIDSLaw Research and Advocacy.


    Sharl Azar B.A. is a fourthyear medical student at Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine.

    Paul Blechmann J.D. is an associate at the Roberg J. McGaughey firm, focusing on securities fraud, broker disputes, and corporate and employment litigation.

    Travis Eiva J.D. has joined Corson & Johnson Law Firm in Eugene as an associate.

    Andrew Graham J.D. has become a shareholder in Cummins, Goodman, Fish, Denley & Vickers in Newberg. He practices in the litigation department, focusing on administrative law defense matters.

    Jeremy Innis B.A. earned a master of theological studies in religion, literature, and culture from Harvard Divinity School in June 2009. He plans to work, teach, and make music in the Boston area this year.

    Quiana Washington B.A. received her Ed.M. degree from Oregon State University in 2006. She relocated to Atlanta, where she teaches fifth grade.


    Jessica Bullock B.A., after finishing postbaccalaureate courses in speech-language pathology at Portland State University, is now in the PSU master’s program in speechlanguage pathology. She also teaches private piano lessons part time and works as a lab assistant in the voice disorders lab at Portland State. See also Marriages.

    Adam Greenman J.D. has opened his own law office in Portland, specializing in criminal and traffic defense, plaintiff’s personal injury, medical malpractice, and elder law.

    Susie Pillsbury B.A.: I have a one-year-old daughter named Maya Hernandez Garcia.

    Nikki Zimmerman B.A. is pursuing graduate work at the Monterey (California) Institute of International Studies. She was awarded a full fellowship to attend Middlebury Language School for its summer intensive language program in Russian.


    Nate Carter J.D. is a law clerk for Oregon Supreme Court Justice Robert Durham.

    William Erickson J.D. is employed as a hazardous-material response team member and firefighter for the Mobile Fire Rescue Department in Alabama.

    Laura Rose Gage B.A. is currently pursuing a master’s degree at Oregon College of Oriental Medicine.

    Kasia Rutledge J.D. joined the Multnomah County office of the Metropolitan Public Defender. Rutledge is involved with the National Lawyers Guild, and she worked as a certified law student at Metropolitan Public Defender from March through December of 2007.


    Nicholas Beaudoin B.A. is living in Taiwan and teaching children English. He is applying to Washington, D.C.– based graduate schools that offer M.A. programs in international relations. Beaudoin expects to be living in D.C. in the fall of 2010. E-mail him at

    Lizzie Brodeen J.D. has been appointed as an honors attorney in the torts section of the trial division with the Oregon Department of Justice. Brodeen previously clerked in the U.S. Attorney’s Office and spent a year in the AmeriCorps program coaching low-income high school students for college admission.

    Lindsey Detweiler J.D. has joined the appellate division of the Office of Public Defense Services as a deputy public defender for the state of Oregon.

    Joseph Furia J.D. has joined the K&L Gates firm, where his practice focuses on energy, environmental, and natural resources law.

    Sarah Harlos J.D. is a new associate at Francis, Hansen & Martin in Bend. Harlos practices in the area of civil litigation and trial.

    Dylan Hydes J.D. has joined the personal injury group at Smith, Freed & Eberhard in Portland.

    Becky Cruz Lizama J.D. is a legislative assistant in the congressional office of Gregorio C. Sabla, nonvoting delegate to the House of Representatives from the Northern Mariana Islands. Lizama works on environmental and natural resource issues.

    Sarah Petersen J.D. has joined Bullard Smith Jernstedt Wilson in Portland as an associate. Her labor law practice includes representation of both public and private employers.

    Jedediah Peterson J.D. has joined the appellate division of the Office of Public Defense Services as a deputy public defender for the State of Oregon.


    Emily Henke B.A. recently began singing with the Portland-based Al-Andalus Ensemble. The world music group, led by Tarik and Julia Banzi B.A. ’96, tours internationally.

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