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Kevin Todd (Col '11 ) published an article, “Atherectomy offers no benefits over balloon angioplasty in tibial interventions for critical limb ischemia,” in the Journal of Vascular Surgery. He is listed as first author on the article, which he co-wrote with Dr. Sadaf S. Ahanchi. Mr. Todd is a third-year medical student at Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Va.

Posted 03/23/2014

Teodora Mihaylova (Col '09 L/M) received a master of arts degree in international affairs from Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service in May 2013. She is currently a research assistant with the Center for International Private Enterprise in Washington, D.C., where she is pursuing a career in international development focusing on democratization and market-oriented reforms. Ms. Mihaylova resides in Silver Spring, Md.

Posted 03/23/2014

Justin McDougall (Com '09 ) and Jessica Clarke (Col ’10) were married on May 4, 2013, in West Chester, Pa. The couple currently resides in Philadelphia, where Mr. McDougall works in private equity at Morgan Stanley and Ms. McDougall works in wealth management at TIAA-CREF.

Posted 03/23/2014

Enoch Chow (Col '09 L/M) received the Thesis Award from the Association for Applied Sport Psychology for his master’s thesis, The Effects of Music and Video on Perceived Exertion and Performance of a Cycling Task at Vigorous Intensity. The award acknowledges the completion of an outstanding thesis by an AASP student member. Mr. Chow recently earned a master’s degree in sport and exercise psychology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Posted 03/23/2014

William W. Watts III (Col '08 L/M) and Lindsay Katherine “Katie” McCarthy (Col ’09 L/M) were married on May 11, 2013, in Richmond, Va. The couple resides in Arlington, Va., where Ms. McCarthy is a volunteer services team leader at Children’s National Medical Center in nearby Washington, D.C., and Mr. Watts works in new business capture at SRA International in Fairfax, Va.

Posted 03/23/2014

Shakenya S. Johnson (Com '08 ) has received a $10,000 scholarship from the KMPG Foundation to pursue her doctorate in accounting at the University of Alabama. Previously, Ms. Johnson worked as a certified public accountant in the Montgomery, Ala., area.

Posted 03/23/2014

Jennifer Clifton (Com '08, Com '09 L/M) and Samuel Leven (Col ’07, Law ’10 L/M) were married on May 16, 2010. The couple welcomed their first child, Noah Robert Leven, on Feb. 12, 2013. The couple resides in Fairfax, Va., where Ms. Clifton is an accountant for KPMG and Mr. Leven is an attorney with The Baldwin Law Firm.

Posted 03/23/2014

Christopher W. Walters (Com '07 L/M) received an MBA degree in May 2013 from Columbia University’s Columbia Business School. He works at Credit Suisse advising high net worth individuals, foundations and institutions on comprehensive wealth management and investments. He resides in New York City.

Posted 03/23/2014

Nick Ramos (Col '07 L/M) , Greg Duffy (Col ’93 L/M) and Ben Davee (Col ’06) work together at the same camp as part of the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force to foster governance, development and security in Afghanistan.

Posted 03/23/2014

Kalin N. Kanov (Col '06 L/M) received a master of science degree in engineering from the Johns Hopkins University in May 2011 and is currently pursuing a doctorate in computer science at Johns Hopkins. He currently resides in Silver Spring, Md.

Posted 03/23/2014

Christopher Morrissey (Col '05 ) and his wife, Victoria, welcomed twin daughters Ashley Rose and Kayla Dawn on Aug. 22, 2013. The family resides in Connecticut, where Mr. Morrissey works for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

Posted 03/23/2014

Mark Meier (Grad '05, Arch '07 ) published a novel, Wisecrack, with Assent Publishing. A conspiracy thriller that adapts the structure of T.S. Eliot’s “The Waste Land,” Wisecrack features a female protagonist who often finds herself alienated and in danger. Meier is donating a portion of the novel’s sales to Safe Harbor in Richmond, Va., and the Shelter for Help in Emergency in Charlottesville, two organizations that help women in need, and to the nonprofit organization Roots of Peace.

Posted 03/23/2014

Michael Burgess (Com '04 L/M) and Kathleen Young Burgess (Com ’04 L/M) welcomed their first child, John Benjamin, on Sept. 19, 2013. The family resides in Charlotte, N.C.

Posted 03/23/2014

Sarah Gillies Ritzer (Col '03 L/M) and Michael Ritzer (Com ’03, Darden ’10 L/M) welcomed their first child, Graham Brantley, on June 10, 2013. The family lives in Charlotte, N.C.

Posted 03/23/2014

Atima Omara-Alwala (Col '03 L/M) was elected to serve as president of the Young Democrats of America (YDA) at the group’s biannual convention, which took place Aug. 8 to 11 in San Antonio. YDA is the largest national youth partisan organization in the country. Ms. Omara also became the first African American and first Virginian to serve in this position in the organization’s 81-year history.

Posted 03/23/2014

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