hospitalist program at Geisinger Community Medical
Center in Scranton, Pa. ◆ Jai Glasgow Pausch (’ 94
MA) of Chesapeake, Va., published her debut book,
Dream New Dreams: Reimagining My Life After Loss,
a look at the challenges faced by cancer-patient
caregivers. The book is based on Pausch’s experience as the primary caregiver for her husband,
Randy Pausch, author of The Last Lecture, written
shortly after he was diagnosed with adenocarcinoma, a terminal form of pancreatic cancer.
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ner at Northwestern Mutual.
Greg Anthony Douglas (’ 95 AB, ’ 97 MS), 43, of
Fuquay-Varina; Sept. 22, 2011. Douglas joined Cisco
Systems in 2000.
’ 95 Andrea Jean Bruce (’ 95 ABJM) of Ori- ental has received the first Getty Images and Chris Hondros Fund Award for her
extensive work as a photographer in Iraq and
Afghanistan. The $20,000 award will allow her to
pursue documentary projects. Bruce, a freelance
photographer with the Noor Photo Agency, was a close
friend and colleague of Hondros, who was killed while
photographing in Misrata, Libya, on April 20, 2011.
◆ Lawrence Patrick Doyle IV (’ 95 AB) of Gibsonia,
Pa., was promoted to president of Conair Group, an
auxiliary equipment manufacturer. ◆ Carol Elaine
Flynn Malloy (’ 95 PhD) of Wilmington was named
to a four-year term on the UNC Board of Visitors.
◆ Richard Allen Murray (’ 95 AB, ’ 99 MSLS) of
Durham is the co-author of What Do Employers
Want? A Guide for Library Science Students, a guide
for planning a job search. Murray is the metadata
librarian and Spanish and Portuguese cataloger at
Duke University. ◆ James Richard Worrell Jr. (’ 95
BSBA) of Charlotte was promoted to managing part-
’ 96 Malcolm Logan (’ 96 AB, ’02 MBA, ’02, JD) of Charlotte was named to a four- year term on the UNC Board of Visitors. Logan is a customer experience manager with
Blackbaud Inc. ◆ John Robert Mattocks (’ 96 AB) of
New Bern was named to a four-year term on the
UNC Board of Visitors. Mattocks is president of the
Williams Energy Group.
■ family addition
James Bell Black IV (’ 96, ’ 95 BSBA) and Shanah
Fuerst Black (’ 97 AB, ’00 JD) of Raleigh; a son,
Robert James Black, on July 11, 2012.
Looking for a way to give back
to your alma mater? Interested in
planning events for Tar Heels in
your area? Want to gain valuable
leadership experience that will
enhance your life and career?
Volunteering for your
local Carolina Club is a
great way to gain valuable
leadership experience while
serving your alma mater.
Management: Set a new direction for
your local club, and help committee
members implement club goals.
Public Speaking: Serve as an ambassador
for the GAA and the University at local
events, greet event participants and
Event Planning: Negotiate contracts,
develop project timelines and coordinate
Marketing: Promote club events using print
and electronic communications, and contact
the local media to help publicize your club’s
’ 97 Melissa Hardesty O’Buch (’ 97 BSBA) of Winston-Salem was promoted to vice president at Southern Community Bank.
O’Buch is a special assets officer and manages the
special assets department assistants. ◆ Emily Smith
Pearce (’ 97 AB) of Charlotte published her second
book, Slowpoke, a children’s book about a girl whose
family is exasperated with her because she does
everything so slowly. ◆ Julie Dumont Rabinowitz
(’ 97 MA) of Falmouth, Maine, was named director of
communication for the Maine Department of Labor.
◆ David Lee Rust Jr. (’ 97 MPH) of Valdese retired
from the Burke County Health Department after 33
years. Rust served as director from 1998 to 2012,
established an adult dental program and helped the
department earn accreditation. ◆ Dr. Adam Jason
Zolotor (’ 97 MPH, ’ 98 MD, ’ 11 DRPH) of Carrboro
was named vice president at the N.C. Institute of
Medicine. Zolotor is an assistant professor and director
of maternal and child health services in the department of family medicine at UNC’s medical school,
director of the N.C. Child Medical Evaluation Program and adjunct professor in the department of
■ family additions
Shanah Fuerst Black (’ 97 AB, ’00 JD) and James
Bell Black IV (’ 96, ’ 95 BSBA) of Raleigh; a son,
Robert James Black, on July 11, 2012. ◆ Christopher
David Ehrenfeld (’ 97 BSBA) and Jana Dolezelova
Ehrenfeld of Chapel Hill; twin sons, Mason Ehrenfeld
and Max Ehrenfeld, on July 4, 2012.
Learn how your local Carolina Club
can help you gain valuable experience.
Contact the GAA at (919) 962–6705
General Alumni Association
’ 98 Gregory John Kaliss (’ 98 AB, ’02 MA, ’08 PhD) of Lancaster, Pa., published Men’s College Athletics and the Politics
of Racial Equality: Five Pioneer Stories of Black Manliness, White Citizenship, and American Democracy, a
book that profiles athletes and teams that challenged the color line in America. Kaliss is a
research associate at Franklin and Marshall College
and associate editor of Vol. 9 of the Frederick Law
Olmsted Papers Project.
Susan Whittle Kluttz (’ 98 AB) and William Haywood
Smith (’ 88 AB) of Burlington.
■ family addition
Robert Lee Hong (’ 98 AB) and April Youngmyung