tions coordinator and handles marketing and public
relations for the school. Story, page 63.
’07 Rebecca Kate Miller (’07 MSLS) of Blacksburg, Va., has been named the college librarian for science, life sciences
and engineering at the University Libraries at Virginia
Tech. u Alex Ruffin Watson (’07 BMUS) of Wilson
has completed Navy basic training at the Recruit
Training Command in Great Lakes, Ill., and serves as
a Navy seaman. u Takeita Shernay Wilkerson (’07
ABJM) of Concord has received a juris doctor and a
master’s of public administration degree from the
School of Law at the University of Akron.
Lauren Ashley Patterson (’07 ABJM) and John
William Robbins of Raleigh. u Justin Michael
Stirewalt (’07 AB) and Rebecca Freeman of Elkin.
Stirewalt has been sworn in as a deputy sheriff in
the Surry County Sheriff’s Office.
Neil Maddux Miller (’07 JD), 29, of Charlotte; Aug. 8,
2010. Miller was a lawyer with Robinson, Bradshaw
& Hinson in Charlotte. In law school, she was on Law
’08 Meredith Carol Bryson (’08 BSBA) of Asheville has been named development associate at the Asheville School. u
Casey M. Cooper (’08 MBA) of Cherokee has been
named to the UNC Board of Visitors (2010-14). Cooper
is CEO of Cherokee Indian Hospital. u Anoop Manoj
Desai (’08 AB) of Los Angeles performed, along with
other acts, at the Lincoln Theatre in Raleigh at a
fundraiser organized by Band Together N.C. The May
concert raised more than $358,000 for StepUP Min-
istries. u Lindsay Priester (’08 AB) of Raleigh has
been named an account associate at Rick Rountree
Communications, a Raleigh-based public relations
firm. u Martin Mark Rosenbluth (’08 JD) of Hillsbor-
ough has been named the new chair of the Civil
Rights section of N.C. Advocates for Justice (formerly
the N.C. Academy of Trial Attorneys). Rosenbluth is a
lawyer on the staff of Southern Coalition for Social
Justice. u Pablo Martin E. Vega (’08 BMUS) of
Durham has been the composer and lead sound
designer for Arcen Games since December 2009.
Vega wrote the music for Tidalis, the latest game
release written by Marisa Miner Park (’06 AB).
Laura Read van Rens (’08 AB) and Frank Day Howell
of Leland, Miss.
’09 Chase Rice (’09 AB) of Fairview com- peted in the Survivor: Nicaragua TV show this fall. Story, page 61. u Starling
Bernard Underwood III (’09 JD) of Fletcher has been
named to the board of trustees for the Carolina Day
School. Underwood is an associate with McGuire Wood
& Bissette PA. u Lauren Elizabeth Winstead (’09 AB)
of Arlington, Va., has been named a performance
measurement analyst with the International City/
County Management Association in Washington, D.C.
Juliana Trask Proctor (’09 AB) and Dr. Benjamin
Nolin Stepp (’ 10 MD) of Asheville. u Benjamine
Joseph Reid Jr. (’09 AB) and Katherine Fuquay of
Coral Gables, Fla.
’ 10 Julie Marie Adamo (’ 10 MSLS) of Stevensville, Md., has been named one of ive associate fellows at the National
Library of Medicine, a one-year postdoctoral position
with an optional second year. u John Charles Clark
(’ 10 BMUS) of Greenville, a recipient of a UNC Kenan
Music Scholarship, sang in the season finale of the
Celebrating Emerging Artists series at the Kenan
Chapel in Wilmington. Clark has begun his master’s
degree in music studies at East Carolina University.
u Andrew Mark Dunn (’ 10 ABJM) of Wilmington is a
reporter covering crime and higher education at the
StarNews. Dunn served as an ex officio member of the
GAA Board of Directors (2009-10) as editor of The
Daily Tar Heel. u Nathaniel Addison Haines (’ 10
ABJM) of Carrboro has been named a customer service representative for Harrington Bank. u Catherine
Margaret Park (’ 10 BMUS) of Raleigh, recipient of a
UNC Kenan Music Scholarship, sang in the season
finale of the Celebrating Emerging Artists series at the
Kenan Chapel in Wilmington. Park attends the Fletcher
Opera Institute at UNC School of the Arts. u Emily
Elaine Purvis (’ 10 AB) of Garner has been named girls’
tennis coach and social studies teacher at Cleveland
High School in Clayton. u Kathleen Andrews Warren
(’ 10 MBA) of Raleigh has been named vice president
of Cardinal Capital Management Inc., an independent, SEC-registered investment adviser.
Dr. Benjamin Nolin Stepp (’ 10 MD) and Juliana
Trask Proctor (’09 AB) of Asheville.
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