; family addition
Robert Craig Bryant (’ 86 ABJO) and Brandee Potts
Bryant (’01 ABJM) of Jackson Springs; a son, Owen
McCaslin Bryant, on Oct. 28, 2009.
’ 87 Cassandra Quin Butts (’ 87 AB) of Wash- ington, D.C., has been named senior adviser in the Office of the CEO at Millennium Challenge Corp. by President Barack Obama.
The Millennium Challenge Corp. was created by Congress in 2004 to deliver U.S. foreign assistance, leading the fight against global poverty. Previously, Butts
served as deputy White House counsel and general
counsel for the Obama-Biden transition team. u Adam
F. Falk (’ 87 BSPHY) of Baltimore represented UNC at
the installation in September of Ronald J. Daniels as
the president of the Johns Hopkins University, where
Falk is the James B. Knapp dean of the Krieger
School of Arts and Sciences and a professor of
physics and astronomy. u James Randolph Zook Jr.
(’ 87 ABJO) of Atlanta has been named senior communications manager for Deloitte Services LP. Zook
serves on the GAA Board of Directors (2007-10).
Mountain View Elementary School in Marietta, Ga. u
Aaron Palaski Noble Jr. (’ 89, ’ 93 MPA) of Burlington
has been named to the N.C. Future of Retirement
Study Commission. Noble is human resources director for the City of Burlington. u Jeffrey Scott Sims
(’ 89 BSBA) of Greensboro served as the flight director of the Triad Flight of Honor, Oct. 28, 2009, which
flew 100 WWII veterans to see the WWII Memorial in
Washington, D.C. Sims is a commercial loan officer
for Bank of Granite in Winston-Salem. u Lisa Carol
Wynne (’ 89 ABJO) of Durham has been named marketing director for Carolina Meadows in Chapel Hill.
Charles Lloyd Bateman Jr. (’ 89 AB) and Dr. Jennifer
Ahn Hanner (’ 93 AB) of New York.
; family addition
Donna M. France (’ 89 BSBA, ’ 89 MAC) and Robert
Binkele France of Alexandria, Va.; a daughter,
Caroline Marie France, on Oct. 29, 2009.
Carol Jean Currin (’ 89 BMUS), 42, of Knightdale;
Oct. 23, 2009. u D. Scott Hinkle (’ 89 AB), 43, of
Mooresville; Dec. 11, 2009. Hinkle was a planner
and technical writer for a planning, civil engineering
and landscape architecture company. He was
founding editor and publisher of the Lake Norman
Times newspaper. He was on the board of directors
of the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce and
Historic Latta Plantation, among numerous other
Alison Michelle Pollock (’ 87 BSBA) and Shaun Alan
Ingersoll of Raleigh.
A Class Note for Adam F. Falk (’ 87 BSPHY) in the
January/February Review incorrectly identified
the college where he has been appointed president. Falk takes the leadership post at Williams
College in Williamstown, Mass., on April 1.
’ 88 J. Steven Fisher (’ 88 BSBA) of Salisbury, formerly senior executive vice president of F&M Bank, has been named president. Fisher is the son of Paul Edward Fisher (’ 60
BSBA), chair and CEO of F&M Bank. u Mark Lee
Glover (’ 88 BSPHR, ’ 94 DPHAR) of West Palm Beach,
Fla., has published his second novel, The Road
Ahead. Glover is director of pharmacy for the Palm
Beach satellite campus of Nova Southeastern University. u Todd Wofford Gossett (’ 88 ABJO) of Lompoc,
Calif., has taken command of the 30th Operations
Group at Vandenberg Air Force Base. Gossett, a
colonel, oversees range activities in support of
polar orbiting space launches, operational and
development missile system testing, and operational
missile defense system testing. u Niklaus Andreas
Steiner (’ 88 AB) of Chapel Hill has published
International Migration and Citizenship Today, a book
that addresses immigration issues for a nonacademic audience. Steiner is director of the UNC Center
for Global Initiatives. u Ronda Denise Tatum (’ 88,
’ 92 MPA) of Winston-Salem has been named director
of budget and management for Forsyth County.
The General Alumni Association
strives to support its members in
all facets of collegiate life, from
applicant to alumnus. Whether by attending the alumni
admissions forum or an admitted student reception, alumni are
encouraged to stay connected and remain involved.
Alumni Admissions Forum*
Admitted Student Receptions
This two-day forum is developed speci;cally
for 9th-, 10th- and 11th-grade students and
their parents. Regardless of where a student
plans to apply, the forum will provide an
in-depth view into the ever-changing world
of college admissions and is bene;cial to any
student and parent preparing to begin the
college admissions process.
’ 89 Cutter Dickinson Davis Jr. (’ 89 AB) of Charlotte has joined N.C. Bank and Trust as a senior vice president in the
commercial banking division. u Brian David Devore
(’ 89 ABEd) of Powder Springs, Ga., has been elected
vice president of the general division for the Georgia
Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation
and Dance. At the organization’s annual conference,
he presented on teaching lacrosse to elementary
and middle school students. Devore teaches at
It is because of the dues paid by nearly 70,000
GAA members that these programs are possible.
Should you have questions regarding GAA alumni
admission initiatives, contact Tanea Pettis ’ 95,
manager of affinity activities and alumni
admissions programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org
or (919) 843-9694.
Thank you for all you do, and will continue to do,
These congratulatory receptions will honor
recently admitted ;rst-year students.
Attendees will receive a Carolina perspective
from current students, alumni, parents and
University representatives. Receptions will
take place in various cities in North Carolina
with several hosted by out-of-state Carolina
Charlotte, April 12 ;
Triad, April 15 ;
Asheville, April 18 ;
Greenville, April 20 ;
Wilmington, April 21 ;
Fayetteville, April 26 ;
Triangle, April 27 ;
Out of State
New York, April 19 ;
sponsored by the New York Carolina Club
Information will be posted on ;
alumni.unc.edu/asr as additional
out-of-state reception dates are