Ed Housewright explores the impact of a longtime high school football coach on the lives of scores of young men he coached and mentored in Beyond Just Win: A Profile of G.A. Moore, Texas High School Football’s No. 1 Coach, which will be released August 1.
Susan Cancelosi ’88, an associate professor at Wayne State University Law School, will receive the Donald H. Gordon Award for Excellence in Teaching at the 2016 Treasure of Detroit April 21.
Sean T. Higgins has been named senior vice president of government affairs and business development by Las Vegas-based Golden Entertainment, Inc.
The Rev. Margaret Tyson was named pastor of Ironton Quinn Chapel AME Church in Ironton, Ohio. She also serves as pastor of Allen Chapel AME in Portsmouth, Ohio.
Steve Booth has been named CEO of Baird, an employee-owned international financial services firm.
Martin B. Cominsky has been named president and CEO of Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston.
Shari LeMonnier’s bold and vibrant acrylic paintings will be on exhibit through January 21, 2016 in Valparaiso, Indiana.
Melissa Eastman has been featured in the inaugural edition of D CEO magazine’s The Dallas 500, which recognizes the most influential leaders in North Texas.
Scott Wheeler, executive vice president and chief financial officer of Daseke Inc., has been named CFO of the Year in the middle market category ($25 million to $750 million), by the Dallas Business Journal.
Elizabeth Harris, a 2015 recipient of an A.R.T. Fund Award from the Berkshire Taconic Foundation, will have a solo exhibition, Entangled States, at Merrimack College in January 2016.