John Busterud ’72

I was recently appointed as Regional Administrator for United States Environmental Protection Agency, ┬áRegion 9. The Region, headquartered in San Francisco, is responsible for administering and enforcing federal environmental laws and programs in California, Nevada, Arizona, Hawaii, 148 Tribes, and the Pacific Island Territories. I lead EPA efforts to protect the environment and advance public […]

Alexandra Herbert van Helden ’02

After the birth of our second child last year (Maya, 11 mos. Peter 2.75 yrs.), I left my job in health care to become an executive coach. I currently work with managers and executives, from startups to large corporations, to improve individual and team performance. My husband and I still live in San Francisco and […]

Alison Flynn ’03

As of January 2019, I’ve embarked on a new career as a software engineer. While I’ve loved the entrepreneur life for six years as a comic and game shop owner, there’s something to be said for stability and enterprise-level resources. I’m still happily ensconced in the craft beer capital of the world, and will gladly […]

Will Shenton ’09

I’ve been loving my new job at The Richmond Neighborhood Center, a San Francisco nonprofit providing free and low-cost after-school programs, food pantries, home-delivered groceries for seniors, and neighborhood events. Since I last wrote in 2016, I became a founding member of the SF chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America, and I’ve been proud […]

Tony Thatcher ’85

Greetings from Bozeman, MT! It’s been a busy year for me as I start to ramp up a new business building and repairing guitars, mandolins and ukes. A shameless plug for Mountain Whimsy Guitars (www.mwcustomguitars.com). I’m still making maps and doing GIS analysis, mostly associated with rivers and streams. During a fabulous early fall camping […]