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Suzanna Makkos ’97

Suzanna Makkos has been promoted to executive vice president for comedy development and programming by Fox Broadcasting Company. She previously served as senior vice president for comedy development. In that role, she cultivated live-action and animated comedies, including the comedy series Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which won a 2014 Golden Globe Award,

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Jon ‘Reggie’ Dupard ’99

Jon ‘Reggie’ Dupard ’99

Jon “Reggie” Dupard, former All-American SMU running back, has accepted a position as development director for Dallas Can Academies, a nonprofit charter high school organization primarily serving at-risk youth. With a career spanning more than 25 years, Dupard’s professional experience ranges from professional football player and youth minister to social worker

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Heather Del Bosco Centurioni ’98

Heather Del Bosco Centurioni and husband Steve Centurioni welcomed Eloise Annalisa to their family August 29, 2013. She joins her very proud big sister, Sophia.

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Dan Koenig ’97

Dan Koenig, a community leader and attorney in Greensboro, NC, has joined the Mediation.com network to bring his dispute resolution skills to a broader range of clients, including individuals and business owners who prefer to have their legal disputes resolved in a private, efficient and cost-effective manner. He is a NCDRC Certified Superior

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Anna Blair ’90

Anna Blair heads the Rockwall-Heath High School Dance Department and serves as the JV drill director. Blair, who earned a bachelor’s degree in dance performance from SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts, has been with RHHS since 2007 and recently choreographed the school’s production of the popular musical Grease.

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Brigitte Hocking ’97

Brigitte Hocking has joined Berry Appleman & Leiden, LLP (BAL) as a partner in the firm’s Dallas office after leading an immigration law group at Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP for over a decade. The law firm now has approximately 400 employees worldwide and is one of the fastest growing

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Amy Martin ’98

Amy Martin, known to many as the Moonlady, retired in December 2013 after 15 years as editor of Moonlady News. The popular alternative news service is credited with creating a North Texas community of over 3,000 followers with interests in alternative health, faith and philosophy, as well as natural and

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Czarina Reyes ’98

Czarina Reyes ’98

Czarina Reyes welcomed her second daughter, Samantha Suzanne, October 11, 2013. Samantha Suzanne appears in the photo with big sister Sophia Czarina.

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Travis Tygart ’99

Travis Tygart led the doping investigation of cyclist Lance Armstrong. Recognized as one of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People, he is CEO of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency. He was guest speaker August 27, 2013, at SMU’s McFarlin Auditorium for an event sponsored by the Maguire Ethics Center: “Playing Fair and

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Sylvia Rhodes Bradley ’98

Sylvia Rhodes Bradley is president, and Lazonda Gardner ’01 is vice president of Lexington Preparatory School, a private school in Desoto, TX, for ages 12 months through 2nd grade. Though Christian, it is open to students of all faiths, nationalities and ethnic origins, who learn how to live righteously while

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