What are our alumni up to these days?

Spring 2016 Newsletter

Gail Edmondson (Bosch III) joined Bain & Company as Global Editor on Oct. 1st, 2015. She is based in Berlin.

After 15 years in Portland, Oregon, serving as senior policy director for two mayors and as chief of staff for a city commissioner, Hannah Kuhn (Bosch XIV) recently started a new job as Government Relations Advisor with the U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden. She says, “It’s great to be back in Germany, using the language and the experience gained during my Bosch year. Needless to say, it’s an exciting time to be in Europe.”

After an exciting five years taking Infrastructure trade missions to great places like India and Saudi Arabia, Arica Young (Bosch XIV) accepted a promotion to become the Operations Director for the Western Hemisphere at the U.S. Commerce Department International Trade Administration. She also moved back to Washington D.C. after living in Ottawa, Canada and looks forward to getting re-engaged with the Bosch Alumni Association.

After 11 years in the Bloomberg administration, and more than 11 months in cabinet of Governor Andrew Cuomo overseeing human services, Louisa Chafee (Bosch XVI) is delighted to report that she has joined the nonprofit sector, namely as SVP at UJA Federation NY responsible for policy and external relations.

After successfully securing $1.3 million, Nikki Evans (Bosch XVI) has been hard at work implementing several new tech industry initiatives at the City University of New York (CUNY). As the Director of CUNY’s Office of Workforce Partnerships, she has helped to oversee the launch of the CUNY Tech Consortium, which brings together 12 CUNY colleges to collaborate on innovative approaches to workforce development and tech education, as well as launched the #CUNYCodes and the Python Immersive Programs. Helping to answer the call for NYC tech talent, these two new programs provide CUNY juniors and seniors with hands-on experience in software and application development.

Amanda and David Campbell (Bosch XXII) and daughter Maisie (age 4) welcomed Eleanor Lillian (Ellie) to the world on January 16. The Campbell family currently calls Alexandria, VA home.

Ellie Campbell

Maisie & Ellie Campbell

Michele Woonacott (Bosch XXI) is relocating to Melbourne, Australia this summer, where she will serve as the Vice Consul for Political and Economic Affairs at the U.S. Consulate General. Previously posted in the Dominican Republic, this will be her second overseas tour with the U.S. State Department. Any Boschies traveling Down Under are encouraged to get in touch!

Cordell Carter (Bosch XXIV) has recently been awarded the Eisenhower Fellowship! On fellowship, Carter will explore education and workforce development, to help further develop his own model and create bridges between educators and vocational programs in China and the U.S., with the ultimate aim of creating access to opportunity in a global economy for people of all ages, educational backgrounds and socioeconomic sectors.

Cordell Carter 2

Anna Schmitz (Bosch XXVIII) has joined the Los Angeles 2024 Olympic bid legal team as Staff Attorney. She will bring to the legal team her experience working on the cap-and-trade program in California. A comprehensive article about her addition can be found here.

Anna Schmitz

And last but not least, for the first time ever, Bosch I arranged a reunion and get-together with all of the fellows and their families:

The children of Bosch I: Damien Pieretti, Katherine and Christopher Bopp, Elizabeth Dettke, Anna Moser, Geoffrey & spouse Ally, Henry Peterson-Büngerler.

The children of Bosch I: Damien Pieretti, Katherine and Christopher Bopp, Elizabeth Dettke, Anna Moser, Geoffrey & spouse Ally, Henry Peterson-Büngerler.

Bosch I with spouses

Bosch I with spouses

Bosch I all

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