John Anderson (Comm'77) is the owner and executive producer at Black Watch Productions, which is currently creating and producing a filmmaker attraction video for the great state of New Jersey. Black Watch Productions has interviewed over 20 subjects from all across the film industry, including Jersey native Danny DeVito.

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Peter Finch (MJour'98) is a news anchor at KCBS Radio in San Francisco and is the producer and host of the podcast, Finch Files: Stories From San Francisco And Beyond. He has worked in San Francisco radio since moving there from Boulder in 1993. In 2014, he was inducted into the Bay Area Radio Hall of Fame.

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In February, 2021, Tom Stilwell (Jour'98) started a new role as vice president for corporate communications at cybersecurity unicorn Illumio. Previously, he ran communications at Zscaler and Splunk. Before moving into technology communications, Stilwell spent 12 years in broadcast news production working in the Colorado, Oregon and San Francisco Bay Area markets.

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Amy Bower (Jour'08) was appointed as the assistant United States attorney for the District of South Carolina. Prior to being appointed, she was a civil litigator in private practice. After graduating from CU, she went to the Charleston School of Law where she received her J.D. She lives in Charleston, South Carolina.

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Mike Davies (Jour’94) is senior vice president for field operations with FOX Sports, where he has worked for 15 years. Prior to that, he spent nine years with HBO Sports. Davies is currently chair of Sports Video Group, a trade organization formed to promote technical excellence in the sports industry. He lives in Encino, California.

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JB Brockman (Jour'92) creates content for the multimedia and marketing teams at Scaled Agile in Boulder. She has also written copy for Ogilvy and Leopard, as well as news stories for CBS4 in Denver and various small businesses. For fun with family and friends, she rides mountain bikes, plays tennis, travels and is a volunteer ski patroller at Winter Park ski resort.

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John Branch (MJour’96) is a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for the New York Times. He is renowned for covering offbeat stories in the sporting world, from alligator hunting to wingsuit flying. He is the bestselling author of two books that have been featured multiple times in Best American Sports Writing and his most recent book will be released on June 1, 2021. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Megan Bundy (Advert'01) has worked in advertising for the last 20 years in the New York City area and is currently the senior vice president at FCB New York. She lives in Connecticut with her family and is a proud mother to two beautiful girls. She misses Boulder and hopes to visit for a football game soon!

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Jonathan Treisman (Comm'92) is the senior director for strategic planning for the Television Academy and Emmy Awards, where he works with Fortune 500 companies and innovative brands on sponsorship integrations within their high-profile entertainment industry events. Previously, he worked in business development at some of the world's largest media and entertainment companies, including AEG, NBCUniversal and The Walt Disney Company.

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In March 2021, Morgan Bast (Jour'07) was named the new marketing director for Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation. In that role, she oversees the resort's marketing department and is responsible for creating and analyzing marketing campaigns and managing the Steamboat brand across all resort outlets, including the Steamboat Grand Hotel. Before joining Steamboat, she worked at Vail Resorts for 10 years, ending as regional director of marketing for Breckenridge and Keystone Resorts.

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Danielle Alberti (Jour'10) is currently the data visualization editor at Axios. She was previously a data visualization developer at Pew Research Center for five years. She lives near Washington, D.C.

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Megan Nyvold (Jour'20) moved to Miami following graduation. She works as a brandmaster and oversees social media operations at Biscayne Bay Brewing Company. Her broad background and excellent communication skills allowed her to gain experience working for an advertising agency, as well as both private and Fortune 500 companies, previous to her current role. She has extensive experience with video-sharing social networking, content creation and online communications.

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Rick Taylor (Jour'70) lives with Patti Jordan Taylor (Engl’70) in Olympia, Washington. After graduating from CU Boulder, he served 27 years in the U.S. Army as both a signal and public affairs officer. Later, he produced and wrote films, videos and radio and TV stories before retiring to teach high school. He then freelanced for regional and international boating magazines and penned a column for the local paper. His first novel came out last fall.

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Michael Getto (Jour'79) lived and worked in 15 countries––primarily in the former Soviet Union––for over 16 years while working for the United States Agency for International Development, the World Bank, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, Global Affairs Canada and UK Aid Direct. He now lives in California, where he works for the International Foundation for Electoral Systems' Ukraine election support program. In his current role, he writes and edits IFES communications for the international diplomatic, donor and civil society communities.

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Kelsey Kimball (Jour'10) is a senior director of sales at Swoop, an advertising agency focused on life sciences and technology. Previously, she managed key midwest relationships at The Trade Desk, a demand-side platform in the advertising technology space. She lives in Chicago with her husband and goldendoodle, Goose.

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Kristin Patturelli (Advert'98) has come full circle to land back in journalism after a 20-year career in digital media. Working in sales at Muck Rack, she resides in Westchester, New York, with her husband, 7-year-old daughter and rat terrier and chihuahua mix, Don Vito. After 15 years in New York, she spends her free time counting down the days until she returns to the West Coast.

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Larry Duthie (Jour'71) retired in 2009 as publisher of the Walla Walla Union-Bulletin after 40 years in community journalism. He and his wife, Rosalind (Edu'71), met at CU. Together they co-published a series of newspapers, beginning with purchase of the Silverton Standard & the Miner in Silverton in 1972. Duthie recently released Return to Saigon, a memoir dealing with his long association with Vietnam, beginning with high school in Saigon and his return as a naval aviator where he flew 137 combat missions.

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Cindy (Cossid) Stern (Jour'79) recently celebrated 10 years with the Chicago Festival of Israeli Cinema, where she serves as executive director. She spent the previous three decades at advertising and marketing agencies in Los Angeles and Chicago, including Frankel & Co./Arc Worldwide, J. Walter Thompson, Euro RSCG and Leo Burnett. During her career, she helped pair Starbucks and United Airlines and develop the USPS ReadyPost boxes. She lives in Lincolnshire, Illinois.

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While he was at CU, Grant McGilvray (Jour'04), was a member of the BuffVision family. After college, he won two technical achievement Emmy Awards while at Root Sports Rocky Mountain. He is now creating next generation broadcast and distribution ecosystems as an engineering architect for NBCUniversal while living in Denver with his wife, Jessica (Psych'04), and two sons.

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Marc Wilson (Jour'73), chairman emeritus of TownNews, the digital services company he co-founded in 1989, was elected president of the Inland Press Foundation in 2020. During his career, he worked as a journalist for three daily newspapers, five bureaus of The Associated Press, and was editor/publisher of the Bigfork Eagle in Kalispell, Montana, for 14 years. He is author of two published books and he and his wife, Virginia (Jour'69), live in Loveland.

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