14 Alumni Under 40 Issue Hot Off The Presses

9 Sep

Tonight’s a big night for the alumni chosen for our third annual 14 Alumni 40 issue of DePaul Magazine. (Which should be arriving in your mailboxes soon, if you haven’t gotten it already)

A reception for this year’s recipients and with previous honorees is taking place tonight in Chicago’s Lincoln Park.

Here’s who we feature in the issue:

Heather Kos (COM ’97), vice president of investor relations at Navistar International;

Jeffrey Levick (JD ’97), director of marketing and industry strategy for Google’s North American operations

Lorna Morales-Amill (LAS ’03), mentor, teacher and counselor at Chicago’s Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos Puerto Rican High School

Jim Deters (COM ’98), president and founder of Ascendant Technology

Michael G. Bergmann (JD ’02), director of pro bono initiatives with the Public Interest Law Initiative

Stephanie Mortimore (MUS ’94)
, piccoloist with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra

Lourdes Duarte (CMN ’99), reporter with Chicago’s WGN-TV News

Amanda Jedlicka (LAS ’95),
executive director of Habitat for Humanity of Omaha

Tarell McCraney (THE ’03), award-winning playwright

Warnita J. Taylor (COM ’05), founder and CEO of the Dime Child Foundation

Aaron Kuby (THE ’06),
president and executive director of the National Theatre of the Deaf

Anna Franczyk (EDU ’01), award-winning teacher at Chicago’s Erie Elementary School

Marty Frascogna (SNL ’07), founder of RedJet Records

Darren Liu (CDM ’03, MS ’05), consultant and CRM expert with Chicago’s Crowe Chizek and Co.

Check out the blog tomorrow for a recap of the event!

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