Cooke ('78 BSN, Nursing) is president of the board of directors for the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. She works to promote excellence in nurse practitioner practice, education, and research at the Austin-based professional organization with more than 65,000 individual members and over 200 group members. Dr. Cooke has worked more than 12 years at the Fox Army Health Center in Huntsville, Ala.
Coltharp ('92 BS, Engineering) has been named president and CEO of Freese and Nichols, a Fort Worth-based civil and structural engineering firm, where he has worked his entire career. He currently serves as the company's chief operating officer and will take over as CEO in January of 2017.
Dinh ('03 BA, Broadcast Communication) has joined the news team at KPTV/Channel 12, the Fox station in Portland, Ore., serving as 10 and 11 p.m. news anchor. She was previously at KTVT/Channel 11 in Dallas-Fort Worth.
James D. McClure (BS, Mechanical Engineering) retired from Estes, McClure, & Associates Inc. in Tyler after 41 years in the engineering and consulting business. He served more than 20 years on Texas A&M's Advisory Board/Symposium for Buildings in Hot and Humid Climates and the UT Tyler advisory committee for the College of Engineering during their accreditation process.
Alan Yurman (BA, History) is a former U.S. Army Major who was featured in the book Legend by Eric Blehm, a biography of Medal of Honor winner Roy Benavidez of the Green Berets. Yurman, a retired National Transportation Safety Board air safety investigator, is now a consultant for several broadcast networks including FOX News.
Donald L. Jernigan (BS, Chemistry) is president and chief executive officer of Florida's Adventist Health System.
Donna Darovich (BA, English) is chair of the Arlington Parks and Recreation Board.
Ralph Hawkins (BS, Architecture), former chairman of HKS Inc., was recently presented with the prestigious American College of Healthcare Architects Lifetime Achievement Award, the highest honor that the organization can bestow on an architect.
Judy Collins Arrington (BBA, Business Management) founded JCA HR Strategic Consulting LLC. She is the recipient of the HR Excellence award for Strategic Leadership. David E. Chamberlain (BBA, Business) was elected chair of the State Bar of Texas. He is the senior partner in the Austin civil trial firm of Chamberlain McHaney and is certified in personal injury law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Mike Farris (BA, Political Science) authored Isle of Broken Dreams, a historical novel set in World War II Honolulu. An attorney and litigator in Dallas, he has written five other novels. Richard J. Gonzales (MS, Social Work) has written the book Raza Rising: Chicanos in North Texas, published by the University of North Texas Press. The book explores issues facing Chicanos, including economic, health, education, criminal justice, politics, immigration, and cultural issues. Jeff Leuschel (BA, Political Science) delivered the Commencement address at the December 2015 College of Liberal Arts graduation ceremony. Leuschel is a partner in the law firm McCall, Parkhurst, & Horton LLP.
Kelcy Warren (BS, Civil Engineering), chairman and CEO of Energy Transfer, was named a lifetime member at the annual Horatio Alger Award Induction Ceremonies in Washington, D.C. The honor recognizes outstanding business, civic, and cultural leaders who have succeeded despite facing significant adversity, and who are committed to philanthropy and higher education.
Roger K. Ihne (BA, Economics; '81 MBA) was elected to a three-year term as director of the Universal Acoustic & Emission Technologies' board of directors. He has worked in the oil and gas industry for 34 years, including 25 years at Deloitte LLP, and served in prior management positions with energy businesses.
Gary Tucker (BSN, Nursing; '82 MSN, Nursing) is president and chief executive officer of Mount St. Mary's Hospital in Lewiston, N.Y. He had been senior vice president and chief operating officer there since 2008.
Lydia Hall (BBA, Marketing) is vice president of programs and events for the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce. Therese Long (MBA, Business Administration) received the 18th Annual Dr. James J. Crawford Award, which is given for lifetime achievement in the field of dental infection control. She is executive director of the Organization for Safety, Asepsis, and Prevention in Annapolis, Md.
Stella Brooks (BBA, Management) authored Unbelievable, a story of faith, dedication, perseverance, and overcoming adversities in order to achieve greatness. The biography chronicles Dr. Harrison Miller Moseley's humble beginnings and is a tribute to his many contributions and achievements. David Minter (BBA, Systems Analysis) retired after 32 years of service with Fort Worth-based TTI Inc., a distributor of electronic components. He was senior vice president for business administration and information services.
Lori Glaze (BA, '89 MS, Physics) is the principle investigator for NASA's DAVINCI Mission—or the Deep Atmosphere Venus Investigation of Noble gases, Chemistry, and Imaging—managed by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland. She is also deputy director of the Solar System Exploration Division. Raul H. Gonzalez (BBA, Management) has been named to the executive board of the North Texas Area Association of School Boards. He is school board vice president in the Mansfield Independent School District and director of administration for Passman & Jones, a Dallas law firm.
Michele Hosey (MA, Interdisciplinary Studies) received the Arlington Kiwanis Club Elementary Teacher of the Year award. She teaches at Beckham Elementary School.
Alexandre Migala (BA, History) is the medical director of the First Choice Emergency Room in Highland Village. Previously, Dr. Migala served as the director of EMS and prehospital care as well as the director of disaster preparedness and bioterrorism at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth. Laura Sullivan (MS, '90 PhD, Materials Science) is a key member on the governor-appointed team of experts selected to address the Flint, Mich., water crisis. A professor of mechanical engineering at Kettering University in Michigan, she is a leading researcher on environmental issues.
Clay Jett (BBA, Finance) was named regional president for Bank SNB's south Texas region, which includes the San Antonio, Austin, and south Texas markets. Hanno Kirk (MS, Social Work) edited Restoring the Brain: Neurofeedback as an Integrative Approach to Health. The book describes the history and process by which neurofeedback has become an effective tool for treating many mental and behavioral health conditions. Kyle Walterscheid (BS, Civil Engineering; '93 MA, Structural Engineering) is pastor of St. John Paul II University Parish in Denton. Prior to becoming a priest he designed bridges in the Fort Worth area. Michael Williams (BE, Engineering Business Management) is the Alaska regional manager for Erickson Inc., a global provider of aviation services. He directs day-to-day activities for all Alaska operations from Erickson's Merrill Field Hanger in Anchorage and will promote future expansion in the region.
Debra K. Grant (BSN, Nursing) is chief nursing officer at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford. Previously she was chief nursing officer for Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center in California. John Morgan (BA, Architecture) is senior vice president of global design and construction at IDI Gazeley, a developer of logistics warehouses and distribution parks based in Atlanta. Chad Scott (BA, Journalism) is principal at Fayetteville High School in Fayetteville, Ark. Previously he was principal at Bentonville High School in Bentonville, Ark.
Susan Anderson (BBA, Business Administration) received the 2015 American Taxation Association/Deloitte Teaching Innovation Award from Elon University, where she is a professor of accounting in the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business. The award is presented annually to tax professors whose innovative teaching techniques encourage critical thinking and enhance the overall learning experience. Mary Goosens (BBA, Accounting) is chief financial officer and chief operating officer for the Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth. Previously she was vice president for administration and CFO for Catholic Charities of Fort Worth.
Dwight Lawson (MS, Biology; '99 PhD, Quantitative Biology) is executive director and CEO for the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Gardens. Previously, he was director of Zoo Atlanta.
Ken Freeman (BS, Public Administration) was named fire chief for the city of Burleson. He was previously a deputy fire chief in Fort Worth. Tonya Sosebee (BSN, Nursing) is assistant chief nursing officer at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital in Azle. She began her career at Texas Health Azle and served as the medical-surgical and ICU director, a role she will continue to hold while serving in her new position. Prior to joining Texas Health, she worked for 20 years at Cook Children's Health Care System, where she also served in leadership roles.
Cliff Keheley (MPA, Public Administration), who began his career with the city of Mesquite 21 years ago as a UTA student, has been named Mesquite city manager. Lee Koch (BA, Interdisciplinary Studies; '96 MA, Urban Affairs) is president of Arts Council Northeast in Bedford. She is former director of the Boys and Girls Club of Arlington. Arvind Rangarajan (MS, Computer Science and Engineering) is director of product marketing at BroadSoft in the San Francisco bay area. He has more than 19 years of experience in the telecommunications industry in various roles including software development, product management and marketing, applied across wireless, unified communications, and cloud-based communications.
Reace Alvarenga Smith (BA, Communication) is director of corporate communications for Dallas-based Dean Foods. Previously she was manager of employee communications for Dex Media. Smith's career includes public relations roles with Texas Health Resources and Children's Medical Center of Dallas. Kathy Berek (ME, Civil Engineering) is regional practice manager in charge of the water division for Burns & McDonnell, an engineering consultant firm based in Houston. Previously she was director of special projects for the Tarrant Regional Water District in Fort Worth. Yoko Matsumoto (BA, History; '06 MEd, Educational Leadership) was named director of Arlington Libraries and Community Services. Her accomplishments include establishing Literacy House and collaborating with the Arlington Independent School District to support early childhood literacy.
Chad McBroom (BA, Exercise and Sport Science) is a football and baseball assistant coach at North Crowley High School. Jason Patak (MS, Architecture) is the project director for health care of the South Region of McKinstry Dallas. He is responsible for developing and managing the strategies, goals, and objectives of large and complex projects. He also manages the identification, development, and execution of performance-based contracts and design-build projects for his clients.
Roland Fryer (BA, Economics) received the American Economic Association's John Bates Clark Medal, which is given annually to a rising young economist. He is Harvard's Henry Lee Professor of Economics. Kent Krabill (BA, Psychology) of the boutique Texas litigation firm Lynn Pinker Cox & Hurst was named a Texas Rising Star by Thomson Reuters in Texas Monthly magazine. He is also active in the Dallas Bar Society and community service activities, serves on the board of the nonprofit Drops of Love, and has published scholarly articles, most recently "No More Weighting: One Person, One Vote Means One Person, One Vote," published in the Texas Review of Law & Policy.
David Bradford (BBA, Finance) has been named chief financial officer of Environmental Pest Service (EPS), one of the fastest-growing pest control companies in the nation. Before joining EPS, Bradford was the chief financial officer of Outdoor Reservation Management Group, a start-up e-commerce software company. Jeronimo Valdez (BA, Political Science and History), founding and managing partner of the Valdez/Washington law firm, was honored by the Dallas Business Journal with a 2016 Minority Business Leader Award. The National Trial Lawyers Association previously honored Valdez as one of the Top 40 Under 40, and Texas Monthly magazine named him a Texas Superlawyer Rising Star. Lawrence Whitman (PhD, Industrial Engineering) is dean of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock's Donaghey College of Engineering and Information Technology. He worked as a researcher at UTA's Automation and Robotics Research Institute, now known as the UTA Research Institute.
Rory Maguire (BBA, Marketing; '04 MS, Real Estate Finance) was recognized in Fort Worth Business' "40 Under 40" list, which honors rising leaders for career accomplishments and community service. He also is a principal at Carnegie Holdings Company LLC. Son Mai (BA, History) is quality enhancement program director at McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Cherie Six (BSN, Nursing) received the Excellence in Leadership Award as Nurse Manager of the Year at Hendrick Medical Center in Abilene. She has been a nurse for 40 years, the past 10 at Hendrick. Diedra D. Toney (BA, Accounting) is assistant director of accounting at UTA. She was previously a grant accounting supervisor at the Dallas ISD.
Ben Austin (BS, Finance) was recognized in Fort Worth Business' "40 Under 40" list, which honors rising leaders for professional accomplishments and community service. He is the vice president of operations at Muckleroy & Falls, a full-service commercial construction company. Austin has been involved in several notable projects, including DFW Airport Terminal D and Toyota North American Headquarters. Gordon Butler (BA, Communication) is principal at McKinney High School. He previously served as an assistant principal at the high school before becoming the director of program evaluation for the McKinney Independent School District. Michelle Jennings (BA, English) was chosen as 2015-2016 Exemplar Educator at Tidwell Middle School in the Northwest Independent School District. Kelly Krause (BS, Economics) was named teacher of the year for Fossil Ridge High School and also a top 10 secondary teacher of the year for the Keller Independent School District. Krause teaches microeconomics and U.S. history. Rian Maguire (BS, Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering; '05 MBA) was recognized in Fort Worth Business' "40 Under 40" list, which honors rising leaders for professional accomplishments and community service. Maguire is a principal at Carnegie Holdings Company LLC, a boutique commercial real estate development and acquisition company.
Marie Bosillo (BBA, Business; MS, Accounting) is a partner with Pickens, Snodgrass, Koch, and Co., a full-service accounting firm in Arlington. She joined the firm in 2007 and her main service area is audit.
Nafees Alam (BS, Information Systems) was recognized in The Dallas Business Journal's "40 Under 40" list, which honors rising leaders for professional accomplishments and community service. Alam is chief executive officer at DRG Concepts, a restaurant group managing an assortment of thriving restaurants in Dallas. He earned the UTA College of Business Outstanding Alumni Award for Early Career Achievement in 2013. Todd Burch (MS, Healthcare Administration) is chief executive officer of Aspirus Riverview Hospital in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Previously he was chief operating officer of Marshalltown Medical Center and Surgical Center in Marshalltown, Iowa.
Calvin Banks (BA, Kinesiology) is director of training and development of Benchmark Hospitality International in The Woodlands, Texas. Previously he was director of training for The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs. He has served in several positions of increasing responsibility for Gaylord Hotels, including director of training and senior training manager. Daron Evans (MS, Biomedical Engineering) is president and chief executive officer for Nephros Inc., a commercial stage medical device company based in San Francisco. Liz Heck Confiliano (BA, Public Relations and Broadcast Management; '12 MBA) was named president of the Greater Fort Worth Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America for 2016. She is community outreach coordinator at Moncrief Cancer Institute, in addition to serving as director of marketing and public relations for Innovador LLC. Juni Mukherjee (MS, Computer Science) authored Continuous Delivery Pipeline—Where Does It Choke?, in which she shares her software engineering experiences of releasing software from any source code control repository to production.
Courtney Sherman (BSN, Nursing) is a nurse practitioner and clinic supervisor at Tarrant County Public Health who was recently appointed to the Statewide Health Coordinating Council (SHCC) by Gov. Greg Abbott. The purpose of the SHCC is to make recommendations to the governor and legislature to ensure health care services and facilities are available to all Texans.
Jorge Acosta (BA, Spanish; MEd, Educational Administration and Policy Studies) is principal at Gilbert Elementary School in Irving. Previously he was an assistant principal at Davis Elementary School. He has been employed in the Irving Independent School District for the past 17 years. Kate Bolen-Lourie (BA, English) is assistant director of college counseling at The Emery/Weiner School in Houston. Stacy Bowers (BA, Criminal Justice) was recognized in The Dallas Business Journal's "40 Under 40" list, which honors rising leaders for professional accomplishments and community service. She is the vice president of community development lending at BBVA Compass Bank. Bowers is involved in several civic and professional organizations including the Business and Community Lenders of Texas Board of Directors. She also was recognized on the 2016 Fort Worth Business "40 Under 40" list. Vadim Cherkasov (BS, Mechanical Engineering) is an attorney at McCarter & English LLP in Philadelphia, focusing on patent prosecution, including assisting inventors in obtaining patents. Olabisi Eseyin (BSN, Nursing) completed her master's degree in nursing administration at Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio in May 2015. Kim Martinez Wright (BFA, Art) is CEO of Wright Commissioning, an independent building commissioning firm in Philadelphia, Pa. The company provides professional consulting services to educational, institutional, government, and corporate clients. Ashley Purgason (BS, '07 MS, Biology) was recognized in Fort Worth Business' "40 Under 40" list. Dr. Purgason, who played for the Lady Mavericks basketball team and served as a University of Texas System student regent, is now assistant vice president for strategic initiatives in the Office of the President at UTA. Robby Whites (BA, Economics) was recognized by Ernst & Young as an entrepreneur of the year. He works for Clarus Glassboards LLC.
Stephanie Campbell (BSN, Nursing) gives lectures for the American Burn Association. She treats patients at the Parkland Hospital Burn Unit in Dallas, where she is a staff nurse. Matt Geske (BA, Political Science; '12 MA, Urban Affairs) is vice president of governmental affairs for the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce. Giancarlo Lyle-Edrosolo (BSN, Nursing) was appointed to a two-year term on the board of directors of the American Organization of Nurse Executives. He is service line manager in critical care at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and is a doctoral candidate in the Doctor of Nursing Practice program at the University of San Francisco. Jeff Meyers (BBA, Business Management) is vice president for advancement at Odessa College. He helps raise funds for scholarships and aids in the development of the school. Rachel L. Proctor (BA, Interdisciplinary Studies) was recognized in The Dallas Business Journal's "40 Under 40" list, which honors rising leaders for professional accomplishments and community service. Proctor owns Raysquared Inc., where she mentors and coaches entrepreneurs. She is also a member of the DeSoto City Council and the youngest African-American woman elected to serve as a council member. Caroline Thomas (BA, Psychology) was recognized in Fort Worth Business' "40 Under 40" list. Thomas works in commercial sales and support at Origin Bank. She is an advocate with CASA of Tarrant County and is a Recovery Resource Council board member. CASA, which stands for Court Appointed Special Advocates, helps abused or neglected children. Alex Worden (BS, Architecture) and Audrey Lucardi Worden (BS, Architecture) displayed their "Lilypads and Petals" installation in front of the Denver Art Museum on the Martin Plaza in the summer of 2015. The lilypads are large-scale textile works hand-crocheted from industrial foam. The installation combines these crochet circles and irrigation tubing to create large petals, which are prefabricated and then assembled on site into multiple canopy structures. The Wordens are founding partners of the Boulder, Colorado-based StudioTJOA. Brenda Veach Zedlitz (MS, Social Work) was appointed to the Arkansas Early Childhood Commission by Gov. Asa Hutchinson. She serves as the director of children's services for the Economic Opportunity Agency of Washington County.
Kelly Giddens (MEd, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies) is principal at Barton Elementary School in Irving. Gina Kalb (BS, Biology) is employed by the Plano Independent School District. She was a member of the UTA volleyball team from 2005 through 2007.
Ryan Miller (MPA, Public Affairs; MCRP, City and Regional Planning) is the director of planning for the City of Rockwall. He has worked for the City of Rockwall since June 2012 and has served as the planning manager since January 2014. Puja Patel (MBA, MS, Healthcare Administration) was inducted into the VIP Woman of the Year Circle by the National Association of Professional Women for her leadership in health care. She is senior manager at the American Heart Association.
Karla Arenas-Itotia (BA, '13 MA, Sociology; '13 MS, Social Work) is assistant director of the UTA Relationship Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention (RVSP) program, which has merged with the Behavior Intervention Team. She was a peer educator for RVSP from 2011 until she completed her graduate work. She became a graduate assistant for the program in 2012-13. She is a licensed social worker and was a counselor who dealt with domestic and sexual violence. Laura Sliva (BFA, Visual Communications) received the Platinum MarCom Award for her motion graphic work and a NBC/Telemundo Employee Safety Award. She is graphic designer at NBCUniversal ArtHouse, providing graphics for all NBC and Telemundo stations across the country. She has designed for The Kennedy Center, Dallas Business Journal, and had work featured on Buzzfeed. Garrett Yuen (BA, Kinesiology; '12 MBA, Business Administration) is a teacher and coach in the Alvord Independent School District in Alvord, Texas.
Jennifer Fox (BBA, Accounting) is assistant director for Student Governance at UTA. A former Student Congress president, she helps guide and direct the UTA Ambassadors, Student Congress, and the Graduate Student Senate. Previously she was assistant director for University Events and Student Organizations. Jeff Tippey (ME, Electrical Engineering) is developing a wireless braking system for trains that will send signals to activate brakes on rail cars. His Arlington-based start-up, InteliRail Systems, is lining up an engineering partner to speed up the development process and move toward tests with major railroads.
Angie Blankinship (BSN, Nursing) was named to ASC Review's list of 2015 Women Leaders to Know in the ambulatory medicine core industry. She is an administrator at Nobilis Surgery Center in Dallas. Brenda Butler (BSN, Nursing) was named one of Houston's Top 10 Nurses of the Year by the Houston Chronicle. She is manager of critical care services at Tomball Regional Medical Center in Tomball, Texas. Melvin Ibana (BS, Exercise Science; '15 MS, Kinesiology) was chosen as an American Kinesiology Association (AKA) 2015 award-winner in the graduate scholar category. The AKA Scholar Awards recognize academic and leadership accomplishments of graduate students in AKA member departments at the national level. Doug McDonald (MPA, Public Administration; MCRP, City and Regional Planning) is comprehensive planning manager for the City of Plano Planning Department. He oversees the city's long-range planning and heritage preservation functions. Sherron Meeks (BSN, Nursing) was appointed to the Texas Council on Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke by Gov. Greg Abbott. She is a registered nurse and manages the Primary Stroke Center at Midland Memorial Hospital in Midland, where she serves as stroke coordinator and critical care unit education coordinator.
Shelly Conlon (BA, Journalism) is managing editor of the Waxahachie Daily Light. She joined the Daily Light in December 2013.
Karrie Clark (BA, Kinesiology) is an elementary physical educator at Central Elementary School in Duncanville. Daniel Hargrove (BA, Kinesiology) is a science teacher and coach at Wayside Middle School in the Eagle Mountain-Saginaw Independent School District. Josh Lang (BM, Music Theory) is organist and choirmaster of St. Gregory's Episcopal Church in Mansfield. He teaches organ and keyboard privately at St. Gregory's. Lindsay Lawrence (BS, Interdisciplinary Studies) is a pre-kindergarten teacher at Nocona Elementary School in Nocona, Texas. Haleigh Morris (BA, Kinesiology) is an elementary physical educator at Dunn Elementary School in Arlington. E.J. Ruiz (BA, Kinesiology) is an elementary physical educator at Mary Moore Elementary School in Arlington. Jovana Sanchez-Melendez (MPA, Public Administration) is assistant director of advancement services for the Office of Information Technology at UTA. Previously she was a development funds assistant at the University. Kathleen Weaver, (EMBA) was recognized in Fort Worth Business' "40 Under 40" list, which honors rising leaders for professional accomplishments and community service. She is the senior vice president and chief human resources officer at Ryan LLC, a global tax service firm. Weaver is involved in several civic and professional organizations, including the Dallas Human Resource Management Association and the American Society of Training & Development.
Amy Billingslea (BS, Athletic Training) is an athletic trainer and teacher at Spring Hill High School in Spring Hill, Texas. Johné Booty (BS, Athletic Training) is a graduate assistant trainer for UTA Athletics, working mainly with the cross country and track teams. Chelsea Bruce (BA, Kinesiology) is a social studies teacher and coach at Hughes Middle School in Burleson. Schayya Carper (BS, Exercise Science) is an exercise physiologist with Frontera Strategies. She provides cardiac and pulmonary diagnostic testing for primary care physicians. Clare Carroll (BSN, Nursing) was named one of Houston's Top 10 Nurses of the Year by the Houston Chronicle. She is a certified hospice and palliative care nurse in the Memorial Hermann Health System based in Houston. Katie Clark (MS, Athletic Training) is a physician extender/athletic trainer for the Arlington Orthopedic Group. Janet Cover (MS, Nursing Administration) published "The Leadership Practice Circle Program: An Evidence-Based Approach to Leadership Development in Health Care" in the journal Nurse Leader in August 2015. She is a nurse practitioner in Dallas, specializing in pediatric nursing. Eren Cruz (BS, Athletic Training) is an assistant athletic trainer at MacArthur High School in Irving. Cody Hicks (MS, Athletic Training) is an assistant athletic trainer at Irving High School. Anita Huang (MS, Athletic Training) accepted a doctoral research and teaching assistantship at Oregon State University. Kyle Kratzenberg (MS, Athletic Training) is an athletic training intern at UT San Antonio. Kiley Lodrigue (BS, Athletic Training) is an assistant athletic trainer at Nolan Catholic High School in Fort Worth. Chris McNeely (MS, Athletic Training) is doing contract athletic training for Ben Hogan Sports Medicine. Victoria Morris (BS, Athletic Training) is an assistant athletic trainer at El Campo High School in El Campo, Texas. Joey Pena (BS, Athletic Training) is an assistant athletic trainer at Martin High School in Arlington. Alex Quinones (BA, Kinesiology) is an elementary physical educator at Clifford Davis Elementary School in Fort Worth. Jesse Ramirez (BS, Athletic Training) is doing contract athletic training at Ben Hogan Sports Medicine. Anneliese Roberto (BS, Athletic Training) is an assistant athletic trainer at Sam Houston High School in Arlington. Maya Seals (MS, Athletic Training) is an assistant athletic trainer at Duncanville High School. Sanjay Shrestha (BS, Kinesiology) is an exercise physiologist at Baylor All Saints, Carter Rehabilitation and Fitness Center, part of the Baylor, Scott, & White Health System. His work was recently selected for publication in the Baylor Medical University Center Proceedings, a quarterly, peer-reviewed medical journal. J.T. Updegraff (MS, Athletic Training) is doing contract athletic training for Ben Hogan Sports Medicine. Canesha Woolford (BS, Athletic Training) is an assistant athletic trainer and teacher in the Carrollton Independent School District. Cierra Young (BS, Athletic Training) is an athletic trainer at Prince of Peace Catholic School in Plano.