Financial and motivational coach Darryl Wortham (MTeleComm’91) wrote a book called Transforming from Consumer to Producer in 90 Days: $aving Money, Energy, and Time Equals More Money to INVEST (AuthorHouse Publishing). The book aims to save people money, energy and time that will generate more money to invest, creating real income. Darryl lives in San Francisco.

Posted Mar. 1, 2012

The Virginia Tech Board of Visitors named David Tegarden (Bus’91) the Darrel D. and Betty R. Martin Junior Faculty Fellow of Accounting and Information Systems. He received the three-year fellowship for his teaching and scholarly excellence. David is associate professor of accounting and information systems in Virginia Tech’s business college and has worked there since 1994. He lives in Blacksburg, Va.

Posted Mar. 1, 2012

BlueCross BlueShield of western New York appointed Jeffrey Martin (MBA’91) vice president of underwriting. He lives in Lake View, N.Y.

Posted Jun. 1, 2012

Last winter Angela Reed (Psych, Thtr’91) performed in Denver in the world premiere of the drama The Whale at the Ricketson Theatre. She also traveled for two years in the Broadway tour of Spring Awakening, and she and her husband both appeared in the national Broadway tour of War Horse in April. They live in New York City.

Posted Jun. 1, 2012

Co-owner of Sewn Kirsten Coplans (Art’91) appeared in The Denver Post featuring her boutique. Kirsten is a recycler whose specialty is using old clothing to be newly fashionable. She has her own clothing line, Pearl, named after her dog. The store is located in Denver and contains vintage items as well as merchandise from local designers. Visit her website at www.sewndenver.com.

Posted Dec. 1, 2012

Broadcast journalist Christine Mahoney Rubin (Jour’91) joined CU-Boulder’s journalism and mass communication program as the internship and career coordinator. She taught broadcast news courses for nine years at CU, worked as a TV news anchor and reporter in Denver, Sacramento, Calif., Las Vegas and Michigan and serves as the producer and media coach for Honk! Media.

Posted Dec. 1, 2012

CU couple Jill Hunsaker Ryan (Psych, Soc’91) and Taylor Ryan (MechEngr’03) welcomed their first child, Daxton Taylor, on May 1. Taylor works as an engineer for Eagle County and Jill ran for county commissioner. The couple and their baby live in Edwards, Colo.

Posted Dec. 1, 2012

The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics selected Ashok Srivastava (ElEngr’91, PhD’96) as editor-in-chief of its Journal of Aerospace Computing, Information and Communication. In his role Ashok is encouraging the submission of original, high-quality, theoretical and application-oriented papers that describe methods, tools and techniques that advance the state of the art in several disciplines. He lives in Mountain View, Calif.

Posted Dec. 1, 2012

Steamboat Springs, Colo., resident Jeff Weeden (Psych’91) earned his master’s degree in professional studies in law firm management from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Jeff is a partner at Feldman Nagel and became vice president of the Northwest Colorado Bar Association in June.

Posted Dec. 1, 2012

Since graduating from CU Albert DeSilver (Art’91) has survived a challenging run with alcohol, a dramatic cult experience in California and has become an internationally published poet, author, teacher, speaker and writing coach. He published a book describing his harrowing and inspirational adventures titled Breamish Boy: A Memoir (The Owl Press) about overcoming his zany, abusive childhood, struggles with alcohol and ultimately his redemption through art and poetry. Albert lives in Woodacre, Calif.

Posted Mar. 1, 2013

Denver’s CBS4 news director Tim Wieland (Jour’91) spoke at the journalism and mass communication Homecoming program “Hot News: Smart Tools,” sharing how his team uses digital technology for its storytelling. Tim oversaw his staff’s coverage of last summer’s news stories, including the state’s devastating wildfires and Aurora theater shooting. In 1999 Tim covered the Columbine High School shootings for CNN.

Posted Mar. 1, 2013

In December Kathleen Finnegan Chambard (Ger, CentEastEur’91) earned her master’s degree in strategic communications at Columbia University. She walked in the Columbia University commencement ceremony in May. In June Kathleen’s two children graduated from middle and elementary school and they held a triple-decker graduation party. Kathleen and her family live in Brooklyn.

Posted Jun. 1, 2013

Brothers Eric May (Art’91) and Kyle May (EPOBio’93) are creators of CoKnown, a free collaborative online research tool that helps students conduct research and organize their notes more efficiently. Eric lives in Boulder and Kyle lives in Austin, Texas.

Posted Jun. 1, 2013

Earth sciences professor and pioneer Greg Asner (ArchEgnr’91, MGeog’95, PhDEPOBio’97) was elected to the National Academy of Sciences. Greg developed his own new methods for investigating tropical deforestation, degradation, ecosystem diversity, invasive species, carbon emissions and climate change using satellite and airborne instrumentation. He is a staff scientist in global ecology at the Carnegie Institution for Science and an environmental earth system sciences professor in the Stanford University earth sciences school. Greg lives in Stanford, Calif.

Posted Sep. 1, 2013

CU-Boulder Alumni Association board member Allen Buckner (Mktg’91) finished his term in May. His corporate marketing experience was invaluable in both the marketing and communications and events and outreach committees. He helped offer guidance on how to better reach alumni. Allen lives in Loveland, Colo., with his wife and children.

Posted Sep. 1, 2013

Salsa Crossings by Cindy Garcia (Anth’91) is a book about how Los Angeles salsa clubs are a place where social statuses of gender, race, class, nationality, citizenship and belonging are enacted on and off the dance floor. Cindy is a theatre arts and dance assistant professor at the University of Minnesota.

Posted Dec. 1, 2013

In June North Star Press published Milissa Nelson’s (Mus’91) first novel Seasons of Raina. The story is about timid ninth-grader Raina whose parents arrange for her to move in with her aunt and uncle in Minnesota. There she embraces change and discovers she is a talented athlete and musician. Milissa grew up in Minnesota and Colorado. At CU-Boulder she played trumpet in the Golden Buffalo Marching Band. She lives in Sartell, Minn.

Posted Dec. 1, 2013

Attorney Scott Ross (Law’91) joined Fox Rothschild as partner. He represents clients in residential and commercial real estate purchase and sale transaction easements, zoning issues, subdivision and land use law, common interest communities and local government matters. His clients include real estate development companies, homebuilders, general business corporations and special districts. Scott lives in Denver.

Posted Dec. 1, 2013

Sandia National Laboratories combustion chemist Craig Taatjes (PhDChemPhys’91) received the prestigious Polanyi Medal for his work in hydrocarbon combustion and atmospheric chemistry. The Polanyi Medal is awarded every two years by the International Symposium on Gas Kinetics for outstanding contributions to the field of gas kinetics. Craig’s research aims to understand the fundamental chemistry of combustion and hydrocarbon oxidation. He lives in Orinda, Calif.

Posted Mar. 1, 2014

Experienced entrepreneur in the clean economy Joe Madden (Econ’91) co-founded and serves as chief business development officer of EOS Climate, a recognized leader in the North American greenhouse gas marketplace for its partnerships and award-winning team of experts. Joe’s work includes creating market-based approaches at the intersection of refrigerants and climate to drive economic and environmental benefits on a global scale. He lives in Santa Cruz, Calif.

Posted Mar. 1, 2014

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