Christine Mahoney (Jour) is the public information officer and spokesperson for the University of Colorado Boulder Police Department. Prior to that, she spent 18 years at CU Boulder, first as an adjunct journalism instructor and then as the internship coordinator for CMCI. Mahoney continues to freelance in the industry, writing for magazines and websites, and doing voiceover work.

Posted Oct. 24, 2017

Emmy Award-winning journalist Tim Wieland (Jour) has been the news director at CBS4 in Denver since 2004. He serves as guest faculty at the Poynter Institute and on the board of Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver. In 2010, the Denver Business Journal recognized him as a 40 under 40 winner for his work in the community. 

Posted Nov. 15, 2018

In 2018, Priscilla Slocum Lacy (Jour, PolSci) started a new business, Andy Lacy Art, with her artist husband. Priscilla serves as the business manager and uses her communication skills daily to launch products, develop the brand and close sales. The couple live in Louisville, Colorado, and their son, Jack, is a CMCI junior studying strategic communication. They also have two daughters, Katherine (IntlAf’09) and Megan, a 2018 Willamette University graduate. 

Posted Jun. 3, 2019

Joe Nahra (Jour) is a senior business affairs executive at CAA Sports, a subsidiary of Creative Artists Agency, in New York City. He also teaches Intellectual Property and Licensing to graduate students in the Tisch Institute for Global Sport at New York University. Before joining CAA in 2010, he spent 10 years at the NFL Players Association and formerly worked at IMG. The Cleveland native lives in Montclair, New Jersey, with his wife, Meredith, and twin daughters, Cate and Lizzie.

Posted Jun. 3, 2019

Sarah Dawson Rothenbuhler (Comm) is the owner, president and CEO of Birch Equipment Co. in Seattle. Her responsibilities include strategic positioning, employee development, financial marketing and customer outreach. Once upon a time, she worked as an intern for the Seattle Seahawks.

Posted Jun. 3, 2019

Kelly Callahan (Advert) has been president of Williams Whittle Advertising in Alexandria, Virginia, since 2017. She lives in Bethesda, Maryland, with her husband and three sons. 

Posted Nov. 12, 2019

Eric Christensen (Jour) is the managing editor of sports at CBS4 in Denver. He and his wife, Megan Souther, live in Wheat Ridge. His son, Davis, is a freshman at CU Boulder. 

Posted Nov. 12, 2019

Moyra Knight (Jour) is vice president for communications and corporate citizenship at Astellas, where she oversees internal, external and digital communications and corporate responsibility initiatives. She lives near Chicago with her husband—a former faculty member at CU’s School of Medicine Physician Assistant Program—and two children.

Posted Nov. 12, 2019

David Oliver (Jour) is a senior vice president for member solutions at the Georgia Bankers Association, where he has worked since 2008. His responsibilities include media relations, member education programs, and products and services. He lives in Atlanta with his wife, Rachel, and 12-year-old son, Jack. In addition to rooting for the Buffs deep in SEC country, they enjoy traveling, watching Atlanta Braves baseball and spending time with David’s sister and fellow Buff, Leslie Oliver (Jour’96).

Posted Oct. 16, 2020

Andrew Beadle (Jour) has worked in public affairs for the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the past 16 years and currently works in the National Press Office in Washington, D.C. Before joining the FBI, he was a print reporter for several outlets, including Congressional Quarterly. He lives with his wife and two children in Maryland.

Posted Oct. 20, 2021

Patrick Everson (Jour) and his wife, Annette (Bus'92), live in Las Vegas, Nevada, where he worked at the Las Vegas Review-Journal for 22 years before moving to in 2016 as a national reporter covering the sports betting industry. In July 2021, he moved into his current role as the vice president of content for “It’s been a long journey from the Campus Press basement offices at Mackey, spending countless hours with the best peers from 1989–91. And CU continues to set me up for success,” Patrick Everson says.

Posted May. 4, 2022