Huskers on the Move: July 2023

Wednesday, July 19, 2023 - 2:45pm

Thomas Broad ('72) who is now retired from Memorial Herman Health Care System in Houston, has been reappointed as a director for the Lake Houston Redevelopment Authority/Tax Increment Reassessment Zone #10. Congrats, Thomas!

Adi Kunalic ('11) and fellow Husker marketing grad, Nathan Lawrence are the founders of Opendorse, an online platform that helps forge name, image, and likeness (NIL) deals. Opendorse was named one of the Time100 Most Influential Companies of 2023. Congrats, Adi and Nathan!

Paula Lavigne ('98) was nominated for a Dan Jenkins Medal for Excellence in Sports Writing with co-writer Tom Junod for the ESPN story "Untold: Before Jerry Sandusky, Penn State football had another serial sexual predator. This is the untold story of his crimes and the fight to bring him to justice." Congrats, Paula!

Ilana Lewis ('22) will start law school at the University of Chicago Law School this fall. Three CoJMC faculty members (John Bender, Jemalyn Griffin and Dane Kiambi) wrote Ilana's recommendation letters. Congrats, Ilana!

Chad Mays ('23) accepted a graduate assistantship position in the Troy University Athletics communications office. Congrats, Chad!

Keri Mesropov ('98) announced the launch of her new business "Spring Talent Development," a talent development agency with the goal of effectively launching the next generation of leaders into the professional world. Congrats, Keri!

Matt Olberding ('96) was promoted to associate managing editor at the Lincoln Journal Star. Congrats, Matt!

Beau Poehlman ('15) and his colleagues at Ameritas were awarded two silver Tellys for an LGBTQA+ History Month video and for creative use of footage in their work. Congrats, Beau!

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