wood LLP. Forstner focuses his practice on health
care law. ◆ Lisa Nester Kass (’00 AB) of Mequon,
Wis., has been named a shareholder at Reinhart
Boerner Van Deuren, where she is a member of the
law firm’s litigation and intellectual property practices.
’01 Callie Fisher Dobbins (’01 BSN) of Huntersville has been promoted to assistant vice president of neonatal
services at Levine Children’s Hospital, a Carolinas
HealthCare System facility. ◆ Marsha Anne Rose
(’01 PhD) of Alexandria, Va., has been named a
director at Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox PLLC, an
intellectual property law firm. Rose is a member of
the biotechnology/chemical practice group, specializing in patent procurement and freedom to operate
for the biotechnology and chemical industries. ◆
Chelsea Charlene Tenny (’01 AB) of Charlotte has
been named family intervention specialist at Youth
Villages N.C. The program provides intensive in-home services to troubled children and their families. ◆ Sabrina Martinique Thompson (’01 AB) of
Brooklyn, N. Y., appeared on the latest season of the
reality TV show Survivor, which premiered in February. Thompson is an English teacher, a designer and
owner of her own jewelry company, beanp Ye, and
vice president of the nonprofit WEEN (Women in
Entertainment Empowerment Network).
Lesha Rebecca Hedgecock (’01 BSBA) and Hernan
Sabio of Winston-Salem.
■ family additions
Noelle Dorsey Davenport (’01 BSN) and John
Ballard Davenport of Atlanta; a son, Byron Richard
Davenport, on Nov. 5, 2011. ◆ Elizabeth Bizzell
Saylors (’01 AB) and B. Kyle Saylors (’01 AB) of
Goldsboro; a daughter, Eleanor Elizabeth Saylors, on
Dec. 12, 2011.
Wilson Bertoli (’01 MBA), 48, of Campinas, Brazil;
Nov. 15, 2011. ◆ Roper Warren Marks (’01 MAT),
56, of Chapel Hill; Nov. 8, 2011. Marks was a high
school teacher who did substitute teaching in
Chapel Hill-Carrboro schools. His graduate work at
UNC was in religious studies.
’02 Charles Frederick Bellomy (’02 JD) of Huntington, W.Va., has been named a partner at Huddleston Bolen, where he
is a trial lawyer representing a wide range of clients,
including gas and oil producers, land owners, railroads and employers. ◆ Carrie Elizabeth Lingo (’02
AB) of Rehoboth Beach, Del., has retired from competition after a decade as a member of the U.S.
National Field Hockey Team. Lingo, who continued
playing despite multiple surgeries on her right knee,
was a member of the 2008 Olympics team and won
two silver medals at the Pan Am Games. ◆ Stacey
M. Marrs (’02 ABJM) of Charlotte has opened
Raleighwood Pet Sitting, a second location of Queen
City Pet Sitting, the business she started in Charlotte three years ago. She plans to open a third pet-sitting venture this summer in Atlanta.
Nicole Kathleen Borchardt (’02 AB) and Kent T.
Feda of Hinesville, Ga.
Leslie Stewart Fann (’02 AB) and Gareth Fann of
Durham; a son, Scott Andrew Fann, on Nov. 3, 2011.
◆ Catherine Northcutt Mattox (’02 AB) and James
Kyle Mattox of Raleigh; a daughter, Molly Louise
Mattox, on Jan. 17, 2012. ◆ Allison Haywood Myers
(’02 AB) and Matthew Royce Myers (’02 AB) of
Charlotte; a son, Robert Royce Myers, on Oct. 11,
2011. ◆ Gabrielle Sosne Starr (’02 AB, ’03 MEd)
and William Michael Starr (’03 JD) of Weddington; a
son, Daniel Reuben Starr, on Jan. 6, 2012.
Tara Christina Viselli (’02), 32, of Ashburn, Va.;
Dec. 30, 2011. As a Marine, Viselli served two tours
of duty in Iraq and also was stationed in Okinawa
Japan; she attained the rank of sergeant. She was
an accomplished musician, winning the first chair
flutist position at the N.C. State Competition.
’03 Phillip T. Barron (’03 MA) of Davis, Calif., has published The Outspokin’ Cyclist, a collection of the best of his
monthly columns about bicycling written over a four-year period for the Durham Herald-Sun. ◆ Tina
Marie Cundari (’03 JD) of Columbia, S.C., has been
named a member of Sowell Gray Stepp & Laffitte
LLC, where she has been a lawyer since 2005.
Cundari focuses her practice on commercial litigation, business dispute resolution and appellate
advocacy. ◆ Dr. Steven Todd Dickens (’03 DDS, ’06
MS) of Matthews has been named a partner at
Starr Orthodontics. Dickens also donates his services to the N.C. Missions of Mercy-Charlotte, which
provides free dental care to area residents. ◆
Rachelle Elizabeth Hill (’03 AB, ’07 JD) of Arlington, Va., has joined Bean, Kinney & Korman PC as
an associate, focusing her practice on litigation. ◆
Mark Leonard Newman (’03 AB) of Asheville has
been named the alumni relations and resource
development coordinator at the Asheville-Buncombe
Technical Community College Foundation. ◆ Charles
Joseph Phaneuf (’03 BSBA) of Washington, D.C.,
has been named executive director of the Raleigh
Dr. Bradley Austin Samuel (’03 DDS) and Deena
Victoria Qubein (’05 BSBA) of High Point.
■ family addition
William Michael Starr (’03 JD) and Gabrielle Sosne
Starr (’02 AB, ’03 MEd) of Weddington; a son,
Daniel Reuben Starr, on Jan. 6, 2012.
’04 Marie Duncan (’04 BSBA) of Raleigh as been promoted to key account manager at SharedVue, a division of
the media companies UBM LLC and UBM Channel.
◆ David Benjamin Greer (’04 MS) of Chapel Hill has
been named the first director of development-environment for the UNC Institute for the Environment.
◆ Moses Kim (’04 JD) of Atlanta has joined Insley
& Race, where he practices civil litigation, specializing in defense of hospitals, doctors and medical
device companies. ◆ Michael Lafon Wiley (’04 MFA)
of Pittsboro attended the premier of a feature film
version in which he performed his one-man stage
production, Dar He: The Lynching of Emmett Till, at the
Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles in February.
■ family additions
Ryan Verne Glover (’04 AB) and Marie Southern
Glover of Greensboro; a son, Carter Nathaniel
Glover, on Sept. 23, 2011. ◆ Moses Kim (’04 JD)
and Diana Sarju Kim (’07 JD) of Atlanta; a daughter,
Naomi Grace Kim, on Sept. 1, 2011.
’05 Shalane Grace Flanagan (’05 AB) of Portland, Ore., was named Athlete of the Week on Jan. 19, 2012, by USA
Track & Field after she won the U.S Olympic Team
Trials Marathon in Houston with a record-breaking
time of 2:25: 38, breaking the old record by 2 minutes and 47 seconds. This was Flanagan’s second
marathon. Her first marathon was in 2010, when
she was the first American woman in two decades
to finish as high as second in the New York City
Marathon. ◆ Sean Henderson Goforth (’05 AB) of
Calabash has published Axis of Unity: Venezuela,
Iran & the Threat to America, a study of the motives
and contributions of Venezuela, Iran and Russia to
their alliance. Goforth is an analyst for Wikistrat, a
geostrategic consulting firm. He contributes to
World Politics Review. He blogs for the Foreign Policy
Association and appeared on the Great Decisions in
Foreign Policy TV series on PBS earlier this year. ◆
Dale Thomas Jobes (’05 MS) of Madison, Ala., has
been promoted to vice president of GIS and energy
at Magnolia River International Inc., a provider of
infrastructure and geospatial solutions, including
pipeline, energy, GIS, surveying and mapping, and
software products. ◆ Emily Hughes Johnson (’05
ABJM) of Raleigh has been named an MD Preferred Real Estate Agent by U.S. Medical Specialties Inc., a national medical consulting firm that
recognizes excellence in service to the medical
community. Johnson is a broker with RE/MAX Preferred Associates.
Deena Victoria Qubein (’05 BSBA) and Dr. Bradley
Austin Samuel (’03 DDS) of High Point.
■ family addition
Anna Riddle Mitchell (’05 PD) and Michael D.
Mitchell of Cary; a son, Charles Henry Mitchell, on
Jan. 19, 2012.
Patrick Guy Herring (’05 AB), 30, of Greensboro;
Dec. 7, 2011.
’06 Ashley Ann Kernodle (’06 MSW) of Durham has been named a family counselor at Youth Villages N.C. The
program provides intensive in-home services to
troubled children and their families. ◆ Nicole Gina
Pfleger (’06 MEd) of Marietta, Ga., has been
named National School Counselor of the Year by
the American School Counselor Association. Pfleger
is the school counselor at Nickajack Elementary
School. ◆ Christian Rhodes (’06 AB) of Suitland,
Md., has been named education policy adviser for
Prince George’s County, where he will work to unify
the county executive, the school board and the
county council. ◆ Kristine Louise Sullivan (’06 JD)
of Cary has published The Right to be Safe in
School, a practitioners’ manual for advocates and
lawyers who represent students with disabilities to
help prevent the use of seclusion and restraint on