2000-2009
Matthew Babcock ’08

Matthew Babcock ’08

Matthew Babcock is the author of Apache Adaptation to Hispanic Rule, a new book published by Cambridge University Press in its Studies in North American Indian History series.

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Desiree Brown ’06, ’10

Desiree Brown, a business architect IV for Fannie Mae (FNMA) in Dallas, celebrated her 10-year anniversary with the company in July 2016. She is responsible for the reporting data and infrastructure for FNMA’s real estate and credit operations.

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Catalina Aguirre Simmonds ’07, ’09 And Zac Simmonds ’05

Catalina Aguirre Simmonds ’07, ’09 And Zac Simmonds ’05

Catalina Aguirre Simmonds and Zac Simmonds welcomed twins Ford Michael and Sloane Katherine on January 15, 2015.

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Lauren Roberson Cangemi ’04

Lauren Roberson Cangemi ’04

Lauren Cangemi and Peter Cangemi welcomed twin girls – Madison Grace and Evelyn Jean – on May 31, 2016.

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Whitney Nichols Hansen ’08 And Stephen Hansen ’13

Whitney Nichols Hansen ’08 And Stephen Hansen ’13

Whitney Nichols Hansen and Stephen Hansen are the parents of Harper Elizabeth Hansen, born April 7, 2016.

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Jordan Carter ’08

Jordan Carter, who serves on the Cox School of Business Alumni Board, earned his MBA from The Wharton School, the business school of the University of Pennsylvania, in 2016.

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Alicia Booker ’05, ’13

Alicia Booker ’05, ’13

Alicia Booker, a Ph.D. candidate at Nova Southeastern University (NSU) in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, was selected to receive the James O. Elmore Scholarship. Her dissertation and research focus on the study of conflict analysis in corporate and academic settings.

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Lee Batson Armstrong ’05

Lee Batson Armstrong ’05

Lee Batson Armstrong and Micah Armstrong are the parents of Quinn Esther Armstrong, born April 19, 2016.

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Ashley Bruckbauer ’09

Ashley Bruckbauer has been awarded a prestigious summer internship for emerging professionals at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

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Artina Hunter-McCain ’03

Artina Hunter-McCain ’03

Artina Hunter-McCain will join the faculty of the University of Memphis as assistant professor of piano.

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