Bangladesh, written by Muhiuddin Khan Alamgir.
Long’s correspondence to the Bangladesh Anti-Corruption Commission is quoted. The material was
generated during Long’s service as an attorney representing clients charged with corruption and subsequently acquitted by the High Court of Bangladesh.
Long is a lawyer in private practice. u Yolanda Denise
Makle (’ 98) of Washington, D.C., has been crowned
Ms. Galaxy International 2011. Makle, who competed
as Ms. Latina on a platform of empowerment for young
women and girls, made her first official appearance
at the WNBA game between the Washington Mystics
and the Indiana Fever on July 24. u Jay William
Sammons (’ 98 BSBA) of New York has been named
to the UNC Board of Visitors (2010-14). Sammons is
a vice president at The Carlyle Group, an asset management company.
Dr. Eric Terril Volckmann (’ 98 BSBIO, ’02 MD) and
Elaine Iris McNeany of Salt Lake City.
; family additions
H. Todd Doobrow (’ 98 BSBA) and Jennifer Hirsch
Doobrow of Birmingham, Ala.; a son, Hampton Chase
Doobrow, on May 28, 2010. u Kristin Leigh Cox
Humphrey (’ 98 BSPSY) and Robert Blakeley Humphrey
Jr. of Huntersville; a daughter, Julia Caroline Humphrey,
on May 26, 2010.
’ 99 John Justin McClelland (’ 99 AB) of Little Elm, Texas, has been elected to the board of directors of the Denton County Fresh
Water Supply District 11-A and named president.
McClelland works with intermodal logistics for Evergreen America. u Arthur Lloyd Samet (’ 99 MBA) of
Greensboro has been named to the UNC Board of
Visitors (2010-14). Samet is president of Samet Corp.,
a full-service construction and real property development company. u Amy Elizabeth Weldon (’ 99 MA,
’05 PhD) of Decorah, Iowa, has been selected as co-recipient of the Bevel Summers Award given by
Shenandoah for her nonfiction piece, The Odd Girls:
Flannery O’Connor and Me. Weldon is an assistant
professor of English at Luther College. u Emily Lynn
Williamson (’ 99 AB, ’03 MPA) of Hildebran has been
selected to serve on the Foundation Board for the UNC
School of Government. Williamson is vice president
of student development at Western Piedmont Community College and serves on the Hildebran Town
Council. She received the GAA’s Distinguished Young
Alumni award in 2009.
Elizabeth Cox Alley (’ 99 ABJM) and Christopher
Matthew Conway of Charlotte. u Sarah Rochelle
Greene (’ 99 AB) and James Ian Cundiff of Washington,
D.C. u Susanne Royal Streb (’ 99, ’03 AB) and W.
Britton Barham (’ 99 AB) of Chapel Hill.
; family additions
Amy Kubit Bassett (’ 99 BSBIO) and Ken J. Bassett
of Brooklyn, N. Y.; a son, Tyler Ian Bassett, on Jan. 19,
2010. u J. Jackson Hardison (’ 99 ABJM, ’04 JD) and
Nancy Dunn Hardison (’00 AB, ’03 JD) of Raleigh; a
daughter, Ann Elaine Hardison, on April 14, 2010. u
Caren Adler Krystopolski (’ 99 AB) and Kevin Edward
Krystopolski of Annandale, Va.; a daughter, Lindsey
Claire Krystopolski, on June 22, 2010. u Emily Ball
Kuhn (’ 99 AB, ’02 JD) and Benjamin Robert Kuhn of
Raleigh; a son, Walker Benjamin Kuhn, on July 2,
2010. u Leann Trefz Poindexter (’ 99 PD) and
Richard Clinton Poindexter Jr. of Greensboro; a son,
Gavin Richard Poindexter, on May 15, 2010. u
William Addison Warren Jr. (’ 99 BSBA) and Rebecca
Hart Warren of Cincinnati; a son, Oliver Frank Hart
Warren, on July 27, 2010.
Andrew Thomas McCune (’ 99), 33, of Parkersburg,
W.Va.; July 18, 2010. McCune was an actor and a
sports marketing intern with the Pittsburgh Steelers,
Washington Wizards and Capitol City Boomers of
’00 Amanda Harmon Cooley (’00 AB, ’03 JD) of Houston has been named an assistant professor of law at South Texas College of
Law. u Robert Damion Nelson (’00 ABJM) of New York
has been named co-anchor of ABC’s World News Now,
with Vinita Nair, on the air at 2 a.m. Nelson served
on the GAA Board of Directors as an ex officio member while editor of The Daily Tar Heel (1999-2000).
Erica Carter Ellis (’00 ABJM) and Kevin Pittman of
Raleigh. u Brian Grover Strong (’00 ABJM) and Kari
Elisa Van Ausdal of New York.
; family additions
Sarah Sizemore “Lynn” Blocher (’00 BSBA) and
Jesse Alan Blocher of Chapel Hill; twins, a daughter,
Claire Abigail Blocher, and a son, William Frederick
Blocher, on June 19, 2010. u Nancy Dunn Hardison
(’00 AB, ’03 JD) and J. Jackson Hardison (’ 99 ABJM,
’04 JD) of Raleigh; a daughter, Ann Elaine Hardison,
on April 14, 2010. u Virginia Tuller Weiner (’00 AB)
and Charles M. Weiner of Forest Hills, N. Y.; a son,
Alexander Maddox, on June 29, 2010.
’01 Latrica Evette Best (’01 AB) of Louisville, Ky., has been named assis- tant professor of Pan-African studies
and sociology at the University of Louisville. u
Namita Shah Biggins (’01 AB) of Washington, D.C.,
has been named a foreign service officer at the U.S.
Department of State. u Alexander Tucker Robertson
(’01 AB) of New York has been promoted to manag-
ing partner of the hedge-fund firm Tiger Manage-
ment LLC. u Cecilia Alexander Till (’01 AB) of Bear,
Del., has received a graduate degree as an educa-
tional specialist in school psychology from the Uni-
versity of Delaware in May. Till is a school psycholo-
gist in the Capital school district in Dover, Del.
Devin William Bigoness (’01,’04 AB) and Celia
Philippa Whitaker of London. u R. Wilson Crow Jr.
(’01 BSBA) and Lauren Kimble Joyce (’02 ABEd, ’06
MEd) of Raleigh. u Dr. Lauren Michelle Holmes (’01
BSBIO, ’07 MD) and Jason Scott Griffin of Cary. u
Dr. Jared Nathan Silver (’01 BSCH) and Amy Nicole
Lieberman of Charlottesville, Va. Silver received his
medical degree in May from the University of Florida
College of Medicine and has begun a three-year resi-
dency at the University of Virginia Medical Center.
; family additions
Namita Shah Biggins (’01 AB) and Michael Charles
Biggins Jr. of Washington, D.C.; a son, Sohan Declan
Biggins, on July 17, 2010. u Erin Lynne Toews
Lemon (’01 BSBIO, ’03 BSN) and David Austin
Lemon (’01 AB) of Charlottesville, Va.; a son, Austin
Jacob Lemon, on Aug. 9, 2010. u Shanda Setzer
Lewis (’01 ABJM) and R. Alexander Lewis (’02 AB) of
Pittsboro; a son, Finley Alexander Lewis, on March 2,
’02 Joseph Francis Cannon (’02 BSBA, ’09 MBA) of Greensboro has been named to the UNC Board of Visitors (2010-14).
Cannon is a vice president at Bell Partners Inc., an
investment firm. u Brendan Ernst James (’02 AB) of
Pasadena, Calif., has released a second CD, Brendan
James, on Universal/Decca records. The release
includes his single The Fall, showcased on a music
video directed by Justin Baldoni and starring Melissa
Ordway of The Last Song and Melrose Place. u Ryan
Rebecca Mills (’02 AB) of Wilmington has been named
executive assistant to the athletics director at UNC-Wilmington. u Amy Elizabeth Scharf (’02 ABJM) of
Charlotte has received a specialist in school psychology degree from Winthrop University.
Lauren Kimble Joyce (’02 ABEd, ’06 MEd) and R.
Wilson Crow Jr. (’01 BSBA) of Raleigh.
; family additions
R. Alexander Lewis (’02 AB) and Shanda Setzer
Lewis (’01 ABJM) of Pittsboro; a son, Finley
Alexander Lewis, on March 2, 2010. u Dr. Bradford
Lee Picot (’02 BSBA, ’06 DDS) and Lauren Acie Picot
of Charlotte; a son, Sterling Bradford Picot, on July
25, 2010. u William Flynn Southern III (’02 AB) and
Beth Carroll Southern (’03 AB) of King; a daughter,
Katherine Carroll Southern, on April 26, 2010.
Christopher Linn Honeycutt (’02 MS), 35, of Blue
Ridge, Ga.; July 13, 2010. Honeycutt was the owner
of Blue Ridge Pharmacy.
’03 Michael Steven Dibbert (’03 AB) of Montagnola, Switzerland, has been amed a teacher and coach at The
American School in Switzerland. Dibbert received a
master’s in educational administration from Boston
College in May. u Blake Small Griffin (’03 AB, ’09 MA,
’09 JD) of Philadelphia has joined Curtin & Heefner
LLP as a member of the firm’s litigation section. Griffin focuses his practice on insurance defense litigation.
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