Class Notes

Jeffrey Wing headshot
Jeffrey Wing
Caroline Venuti headshot
Caroline Venuti
Jennifer Schrage headshot
Jennifer Schrage
Wesley Lundburg headshot
Wesley Lundburg
Roald Helgesen headshot
Roald Helgesen
Heather Harris headshot
Heather Harris
Jessie Burbank headshot
Jessie Burbank
Samantha Olah headshot
Samantha Olah
Tanner Stephens headshot
Tanner Stephens


Dewberry, a privately-held professional services firm, announced that civil engineering alumnus Jeffrey Wing, B.S. ’86, has joined the firm as the water/wastewater market segment leader for the Raleigh, North Carolina, office.


Learning Resource Center coordinator at the Kachemak Bay Campus and public school administration alumna Caroline Venuti, M.Ed. ’91, was honored with the annual Staff Make Students Count award from the University of Alaska Board of Regents.


Congratulations to English alumnus Dr. P. Wesley Lundburg, B.A. ’92, M.A. ’94, who was named new president of San Diego Miramar College.


Co-founder and president of Signature Land Services Jennifer Schrage, B.A. ’93, received the UAA Journalism and Public Communications Alumni Award.


The Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska announced the hiring of political science alumnus Roald Helgesen, B.A. ’94, as chief operating officer.


Human services alumna Heather Harris, A.A. ’02, A.A.S. ’03, B.H.S. ’04, was appointed as the new director of the Anchorage Health Department.


History alumna Tasha Nichols, B.A. ’19, was promoted to human resources manager at First National Bank Alaska.


Engineering alumnus Dan Hart has taken over as general manager for Alaska, Hawaii and Guam at Siemens. He has been with the company for 14 years, most recently serving as service operations manager.


The Mat-Su Health Foundation announced that psychology alumna Jessie Burbank, B.A. ’11, has joined the Connect Mat-Su team in the role of community resource specialist.


Oklahoma City Community College announced the hiring of Samantha Olah, M.B.A. ’16, as the college’s new bursar.


PND Engineers announced the hiring of civil engineering alumnus Tanner Stephens, B.S. ’19. He joined PND’s civil team in Anchorage following a year as a project engineer with the Alaska Department of Natural Resources Office of Design and Construction.