recipient of the Frank Porter Graham Award,
presented to the graduating senior “who has
made the most outstanding contribution to a
realization of the human ideals of equality, dignity and community.” She also was a member
of the Honor Court, the Black Student
Movement Gospel Choir and Delta Sigma
’ 95 Geoffrey Wilfred Taylor
Hawkins (’ 95 AB) of Goodyear,
Ariz., is practicing with The
Logan Law Firm in Phoenix, focusing on
restricted stock sale opinion letters. Rufus
Lee Parker Jr. (’ 95 AB) of Durham has completed the N.C. real estate broker exam and
has joined Fonville Morisey Realty. Lori
Beth Wittlin (’ 95 AB) of Arlington,Va., has
been promoted to partner with Winston &
Strawn LLP. She concentrates her practice in
tax planning and tax controversy.
Lars Eric Munson (’ 95 AB) and Lynette
Tracy Mayo of New York.
■ family additions
Lee Zimmerman Callahan (’ 95 BSBA) and
Kent Gerard Callahan of Alpharetta, Ga.; a son,
Jack David Callahan, on Feb. 15, 2008.
Mona Bhavsar Dodia (’ 95 BSBA, ’ 96 MAC)
and Manish C. Dodia of Mableton, Ga.; a
daughter, Shayli Dodia, on Dec. 28, 2007.
Cindy Shearin Feagans (’ 95 BSPHR, ’02
PD) and John Christopher Feagans of
Battleboro; a daughter, Ellen Clary Feagans, on
March 4, 2008. Kristalara Massie Jacquot
(’ 95 AB) and Dr. John Hamilton Jacquot
(’ 95 AB, ’02 DDS, ’05 MS) of Atlanta; a son,
Jacob Cawood Jacquot, on Jan. 13, 2008.
Whitney Christine Madine (’ 95 BSPH) and
Tom F. Madine of Dallas, Texas; a son, Sean
Patrick Madine, on Feb. 13, 2008.
Laurel Elizabeth Zaks (’ 95 MPH), 38, of
Atlanta; March 28, 2008. Zaks joined the
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
after a Peace Corps tour and later was in the
Office of Global Health. She worked on global
disease surveillance, with the Global AIDS program, was a leader in the Atlanta chapter of the
Returned Peace Corps Volunteers and in 1994
received the N.C. Governor’s Award for
Outstanding Volunteer Service.
’ 96 J. Calvin Cunningham III (’ 96
AB; ’00, ’ 99 JD) of Lexington has
taken a leave from his real estate
litigation practice with Kilpatrick Stockton to
serve as senior trial counsel and military prosecutor for the multinational corps in Iraq.
Cunningham, as student body president, served
on the GAA Board of Directors (1995-96).
Melissa Kurzenski Morgan (’ 96 ABJM) of
Nashville, Tenn., has been awarded the 2007
Vice President’s Premier Award by Merck &
Co. Inc., where she is a senior professional
sales representative. Keitcha M. Royal
(’ 96 ABJM) of Durham has been named
community outreach coordinator at Family
and Youth Services Inc. Maj. D. Michael
Tucker (’ 96 AB) of Belleville, Ill., has been
promoted from captain to major in the Air
Force. Tucker serves as associate deputy general counsel for international affairs in the
Office of the Secretary of Defense.
Stephanie Lawrence Yelton (’ 96 AB) of
Chestnut Hill, Mass., has joined the Boston
College women’s basketball coaching staff
under coach Sylvia Yvonne Crawley (’ 94
AB). Yelton and Crawley played on the UNC
national championship team in 1994. Yelton
holds the UNC school records in every three-point shooting category.
■ family additions
Amanda Worthington Halek (’ 96 AB) and
Martin Halek of Madison, Wis.; a daughter,
Marianna Halek, on March 19, 2008. Lora
Rose McKinney (’ 96 BSBA) and W. Marshall
McKinney of Irmo, S.C.; a son, Thomas
Graham McKinney, on Jan. 31, 2008.
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