Class Notes June 2018

June 01, 2018

Jacky Robin Clyman, BA ’69, went on to work as an interpreter for the U.S. State Department after graduation in 1969 but moved to New York City to marry Jeff Clyman, JD ’70. Both started Cockpit USA, a flight and military apparel business.

Gregory Brown, BA ’73, has served as general counsel, executive vice president and chief administrative officer of Breitburn Management Company since 2007. He currently serves on the city council and is a former mayor of La Cañada Flintridge, California.

Kenneth Winneg, BA ’82, will be working as an analyst on ABC News' election night decision desk this November for his 7th election cycle, going back to 2006. Kenneth’s day job is managing director of survey research at the Annenberg Public Center of the University of Pennsylvania.

Joel Bolstein, BA ’82, was named the chairperson of the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission by Governor Wolf. PHRC is the state's civil rights commission and enforces the state's anti-discrimination laws. Joel is a partner at Fox Rothschild LLP.

Laura Wooster, BA ’97, is a D.C.-based PR and marketing consultant, where she primarily works with high tech companies. She is also a circus artist, teaching and performing flying trapeze at Trapeze School New York - Washington D.C. and with Sweet Spot Aerial Productions.

Kwei-Bo Huang, MA ’97, is now vice dean at the College of International Affairs, National ChengChi University in Taipei.

Nicholas Bronni, BA ’03, currently serves as the deputy solicitor general of Arkansas. In that role, he is lead counsel for 39 states in an original jurisdiction case in the United States Supreme Court involving competing unclaimed property claims.

David C. Earnest, PhD ’04, joined the faculty at the University of South Dakota in July 2017 as the Odeen-Swanson Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science.

Aaron Bock, BA ’06, is the director of Birthright Israel Fellows at Taglit-Birthright Israel, where he is responsible for North American Birthright Israel trip staff. He lives in Brooklyn with his partner.

David Frenkil, BA ’06, founded Centennial, an energy company, in Sub-Saharan Africa in 2014, after working as a project finance attorney. Centennial offers more affordable and reliable electricity to businesses through on-site solar and battery storage projects.

Christopher Stevenson, BA ’12, is founder & chairman of the Minority Leadership Program at the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy & Public Administration. Currently, Christopher is running for public office and working for the Maryland Senate.

Nicholas Carr, BA ’16, served as the deputy campaign manager to the successful campaign for Francis Rooney - Congressman for Florida District-19. Nicholas now works on Capitol Hill serving as the director of special projects/digital media.