Entries tagged with ‘2010’

Samantha Maranell ’10

Samantha Maranell ’10 now works as a Shelter Advocate for the Committee Against Domestic Abuse (CADA) in Mankato.

Gilles “Gee” Ouedraogo ’10

In 2013, Gee graduated from the U of M Humphrey School of Public Affairs’ Master of Development Practice program in International Development, and is now a Princeton in Africa Fellow with the Lutheran World Federation in Burundi and in Uganda (East Africa). During the crisis in Burundi, Gee was evacuated from Bujumbura to LWF offices […]

Emily Allex ’10

Emily Allex ’10 from medical school this spring and started residency in Internal Medicine at Gundersen Health System in La Crosse, WI, in July.

Carleen Crouse ’10

Carleen Crouse ’10 is now the Program Manager at Make-A-Wish Minnesota.

Azra Halilovic ’10

Azra graduated with a masters of science in journalism from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2012. She has lived in Chicago ever since. After working as a reporter and editor, she transitioned to work in public policy. She is currently the policy coordinator at Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities, a nonprofit that advocates […]


Abby Travis ’10

Abby Travis is now Engagement Coordinator at Milkweed Editions in Minneapolis, MN. Milkweed Editions is a nonprofit, independent publisher of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry and serves to identify, nurture, and publish transformative literature, and build an engaged community around it. Milkweed Editions is the publisher of the late Bill Holm ’65. Travis first encountered books […]

Apple Valley High Gusties

Alumni sported Gustie gear at Apple Valley High School to celebrate IDS196 College Fair Day on Monday, March 16, 2015.

Kelsey Schmidt Jentink ’10 and Robbie Schmidt ’09

Robbie Schmidt ’09 and Kelsey Jentink Schmidt ’10 welcomed their daughter, Lydia Rose, on February 6th 2014.

Eleanor Wood ’10

“The Federal Bar Association has announced that Eleanor Wood is the winner of the 2015 Donald C. Alexander Writing Competition for her article “Rejecting Tax Exceptionalism: Bringing Temporary Treasury Regulations Back in Line with the APA.” For more information see http://www.law.umn.edu/news/eleanor-wood-wins-tax-law-writing-award-2-19-2015.html

Angelica Matthes Yackel ’10 and Andrew Yackel ’10

Andrew Yackel ’10 graduated from Luther Seminary with his Master of Divinity on December 7th. On the same day, he was called by the congregation of Urland Lutheran Church, Cannon Falls (ELCA) to serve as their senior pastor. Angel (Matthes) Yackel ’10 will begin her final semester of Nurse Practitioner school in January. They will […]