Lisa C. Taylor, ’79 (CLAS) MA ’81 (Neag)
Lisa C. Taylor, ’79 (CLAS) MA ’81 (Neag) had her sixth book, Impossibly Small Spaces , a collection of short stories published in October 2018. Impossibly Small Spaces was published by Arlen House/Syracuse University Press. Lisa has four collections of poetry and two collections of short stories. She teaches private writing workshops here and in Ireland. She also holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Stonecoast (Univ. of Southern Maine). She is married to Russ Taylor ’80 (CLAS) and they collaborate on many creative projects. His photography has been used on four of her book covers.
Bill Hendricks ’75 (BUS)
Bill Hendricks ’75 (BUS) has been recently appointed Director, Branch Control Officer at Oppenheimer & CO. Inc, Los Angeles, California. Bill has over 30 years experience in the secuirities industry, holding mangement positions for Wells Fargo Advisors, UBS and PaineWebber.
Howard Weinstein ’75 (CLAS)
Howard Weinstein ’75 (CLAS), hree-time New York Times bestselling author won a 2018 Western Fictioneers Peacemaker Award for his new historical novel Galloway’s Gamble. His 16th book earned honors as Best First Western Novel. A sequel is in the works.
Bruce Lubin ’75 BA , ’77 MBA
Bruce Lubin ’75 BA , ’77 MBA has been named Chairman of the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce, which represents 1,000 member organizations that employ 400,000 people and create more than $24 billion in annual revenue in the Chicago region. Lubin works at CIBC, where he is Executive Managing Director and President of Illinois Commercial and Specialty Banking.
Michael F. Maglio ’79 (CLAS)
Michael F. Maglio ’79 (CLAS) has each been named the Best Lawyers® 2019 “Lawyer of the Year” in Hartford, Connecticut in the area of Banking and Finance Law. His practice is concentrated in the areas of commercial and corporate finance, asset-based lending, and other secured and unsecured lending. Mr. Maglio is a member of Robinson+Cole’s Finance Group.
Colleen Murphy Davis ’79 (CLAS)
Colleen Murphy Davis ’79 recently retired as an Assistant United States Attorney after serving almost twenty-four years with the United States Department of Justice. Colleen began her career in 1987 as a criminal prosecutor with the Travis County Attorney’s Office in Austin, Texas, later accepting a position as an Assistant District Attorney with the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office in Dallas, Texas. In 1995 she accepted a position as an Assistant United States Attorney in Fort Worth, Texas. In 2000 she transferred to Tampa, Florida where she worked until her retirement in June, 2018. During the course of her career Colleen prosecuted violent crimes, child exploitation offenses, drug offenses, and white collar crimes.