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Aaron Parker (Engr '99 ) was named a partner in the Washington, D.C., office of Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, one of the largest intellectual property law firms in the world. His practice focuses on patent litigation before U.S. district courts and counseling clients on global patent litigation strategies. Much of Mr. Parker’s work relates to medical device technology and technology related to the sports and fitness industry.

Posted 03/09/2015

Edward A. Mullen (Col '99, Law '08 L/M) an attorney in the Richmond, Virginia, office of Reed Smith, was promoted to counsel in the firm’s global regulatory enforcement group, focusing on administrative practice before all Virginia state agencies, legislative practice before the Virginia General Assembly and the Virginia congressional delegation, and commercial litigation practice. Mr. Mullen is also an adjunct professor at the U.Va. School of Law, where he teaches courses in legislative drafting and statutory interpretation as well as government ethics and lobbying.

Posted 03/09/2015

Katherine Griffin Greiling (Col '01 L/M) and Eric Greiling (Col ’99, Educ ’00 L/M) welcomed a daughter, Stella, in July 2014. Stella joins big sister Katie, 2, and is the niece of Chris Holbert (Col ’95). The Greilings live in Woodbridge, Virginia.

Posted 03/09/2015

Eric Greiling (Col '99 L/M) and Katherine Griffin Greiling (Col ’01 L/M) welcomed a daughter, Stella, in July 2014. Stella joins big sister Katie, 2, and is the niece of Chris Holbert (Col ’95). The Greilings live in Woodbridge, Virginia.

Posted 03/09/2015

Deborah Goldklang Gramiccioni (Law '97 ) has resigned from her position as deputy executive director of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, a position she has held since 2013, to make way for a single chief executive to lead the agency. She had shared day-to-day leadership responsibilities with executive director Patrick Foye. Ms. Gramiccioni, former chief of the commercial crimes unit for the U.S. Attorney’s Office under then-U.S. Attorney Chris Christie and former director of the Division of Criminal Justice for the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office, will head the Center on the Administration of Criminal Law at New York University Law School.

Posted 03/09/2015

Stephanie E. Duck Merritt (Col '96 L/M) was elected a general district court judge in Virginia’s 9th Judicial District. Judge Merritt presides in Gloucester, New Kent, Mathews and Middlesex counties.

Posted 03/09/2015

Salman Tajuddin (Com '95 L/M) and his wife, Mahnaz, welcomed a daughter, Camila Gisele, on Dec. 15, 2014. Camila joins big sister Inara, 3. The family resides in Arlington, Virginia, where Mr. Tajuddin is managing director at Capstone Advisory Group, a restructuring and turnaround advisory firm, in nearby Washington, D.C.

Posted 03/09/2015

Marvin S. Arrington Jr. (Col '93 L/M) was recently elected to serve on the Fulton County, Georgia, Board of Commissioners; his four-year term began in January 2015. He will serve as commissioner of the newly created District 5, which encompasses unincorporated South Fulton, parts of East Point, College Park, Union City and Atlanta. A partner in the law practice of Arrington & Phillips, Mr. Arrington also owns SWATS Enterprises, a marketing and entertainment company; and Urban Film Review, which showcases the talents of urban filmmakers. He resides in unincorporated Fulton County, Georgia, with his wife and their four daughters. Mr. Arrington is a lifetime member of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity and serves on the board of directors for the Sickle Cell Foundation of Georgia.

Posted 03/09/2015

Kevin Bolding (Col '92 L/M) was promoted to chief operating officer of the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh, where he will be responsible for daily operations of 18 urban and suburban branches and three summer camps. He has worked for the YMCA for nearly 20 years, first in Lynchburg, Virginia, and later at the YMCA of Greater Miami and the YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit, before arriving in Pittsburgh in 2006.

Posted 03/09/2015

Joan Polaschik (Col '91 L/M) was sworn in as the U.S. ambassador to the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria on Aug. 15, 2014. A career member of the U.S. Foreign Service, Ambassador Polaschik has served in Uzbekistan, Tunisia, Jordan, Azerbaijan and Libya, in addition to assignments in Washington, D.C.

Posted 03/09/2015

Thomas H. Estes Jr. (Col '90 L/M) is an associate justice of the Northampton District Court in Massachusetts. He was nominated in January 2014 by former Gov. Deval Patrick and was confirmed on March 26, 2014, beginning his term the following day. Judge Estes previously served as a public defender for 16 years.

Posted 03/09/2015

Elizabeth Freund Larus (Grad '89, Grad '94 ) received a Taiwan Fellowship for 2015 to conduct field research in Taiwan on U.S.-China-Taiwan relations. Ms. Larus is a professor of political science and international affairs at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

Posted 03/03/2015

Michael Goodove (Com '89 L/M) was selected by his peers for inclusion in Virginia Business magazine’s 2014 “Virginia’s Legal Elite” in the category of civil litigation. A partner at Swartz Taliaferro Swartz & Goodove in Norfolk, Virginia, Mr. Goodove specializes in personal injury law.

Posted 03/03/2015

Paul M. Meurer (Com '87 L/M) was named 2014 public company CFO of the Year in San Diego by San Diego Business Journal. Mr. Meurer has served as chief financial officer of Realty Income Corp., the 15th-largest real estate company in the U.S., since 2001. He resides in Coronado Island, California, near downtown San Diego, with his wife, Lysa; and their two teenage children, Annika and Nick.

Posted 03/03/2015

David Rees Evans (Grad '87, Grad '94 ) was selected to serve as president of Southern Vermont College beginning Jan. 1, 2015. He previously served as vice president of Buena Vista University in Iowa, as dean of the Petree College of Arts and Sciences at Oklahoma City University, as chair of the department of English, speech and journalism at Georgia College & State University, and on the English faculty at Cornell College.

Posted 03/03/2015

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