Judy Gilles Demers MS ’91 has been appointed director of the Barron County Department of Health and Human Services.
James Hamachek ’91, is director of operations for a restaurant group in Honolulu consisting of Dixie Grill (two locations) and Auntie Pasto’s (two locations).
Barbara Lindeman Jackman ’91, North Mankato, Minn., is an ordained pastor in the United Church of Christ, a Board Certified Chaplain and a Fellow Thanatologist with the Association of Death Educators and Counselors. She is semi-retired, and does grief counseling and offers presentations and retreats on end of life issues and bereavement through her own company, Spiritual Connections MN.
Wayne Pick ’91 is front office supervisor for Inter Continental Chicago, Chicago.
Karen Heath MS ’93 is a researcher/trainer at the Center for Human Development, the University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, Education, Research and Services through the University of Alaska, Anchorage.
Kevin Jack ’93, Menomonie, received the Builder of the Year Award from the Chippewa Valley Home
Builders Association at their 33rd annual Installation Banquet held Oct. 11, 2005. Jack is the owner of Jack Construction.
Barbara Miller BS ’93, MS ’96, Oshkosh, is a student recruitment specialist working with Native Americans. She was recently named UW- Oskosh’s Outstanding Woman of Color.
Shelly Auldrich Rothbauer ’93 is director of prospective students at Inver Hills Community College, Inver Grove Heights, Minn.
Randall Ruder ’93 has been named president of the Metropolitan Club Managers Association of America. He is the general manager of the Beach Point Club, Mamaroneck, N.Y.
Gale Story Satchel MS ’93 is director of federal programs for Colbert County Schools, Tuscumbia, Ala.
Amy Westfahl ’93 is a buyer for Kleen Test Products, Port Washington. Kleen Test Products is a contract packaging manufacturer that makes and quotes items with large companies in the home care, personal care and cleaning product categories.
Deborah Lonneman Plikuhn ’96 is a new product development designer for Elkay, Broadview, Ill.
Autumn Stern Brown Steps into Enrollment Management Position at UW-Waukesha
In her new position, Brown will glean useful information from databases in order to create reports to assist in recruitment, advising and communication with students.
Formerly a student administration analyst at Mid-State Technical College, Autumn Brown ’98 was recently hired as the first enrollment management coordinator for the University of Wisconsin-Waukesha.
Previously, Brown had been a systems and procedures analyst in the student records area at Mira Costa Community College, Oceanside, Calif., a software training specialist at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego; and a management information technician at UW-Stevens Point. She graduated from UW-Stout with a B.S. in vocational, technical and adult education with an emphasis in accounting and training.
She moved from Amherst to Waukesha to accept the new position.
Steven Green ’94, Hastings, Minn., was appointed to the position of director of sales and marketing at Hotel Sofitel.
Brandon Johnson BS ’94, MS ’00 executive director for The LifeSkills Center for Leadership, Minneapolis, has been named an “Emerging Leader” by Twin Cities Business Monthly magazine. Johnson, who started with The LifeSkills Center for Leadership in March 2004, is one of five individuals recognized by the metro area publication. Of the five selected, he is the only person named in connection with a nonprofit organization.
a safety officer for Prince George County Government, Upper Marlboro, Md.
Jeremy ’97 and Teri Schaar Odegard ’99 reside in River Falls. Jeremy is a senior industrial designer for Phillips Plastics; Teri is an early childhood educator for South Washington County (Minn.) School District.
Jason Geissler ’98 is a senior software engineer with Monster.com, Maynard, Mass.
Jenna Johnson ’98 is a clinical research assistant in the Cancer Center of the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.
Daniel G. Will MS ’95 participated in the 12th Annual United States Paralympic Games in Athens, Greece, as a guide runner for Joseph P. Aukward. Aukward is a visually impaired track and field athlete who qualified to participate in the games in two events, the 200 meter and the 4 x 100 meter relay. Will is
Jane Accola Myers ’98 is a business analyst for Hearth and Home Technology, Lakeville, Minn.
Todd Johnson ’99 is a teacher at Warren High School, Gurnee, Ill.
STOUT OUTLOOK SUMMER 2006