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Dedicated Alumni Honored at 2014 Service Awards

Dedicated Alumni Honored at 2014 Service Awards

GW and the GW Alumni Association (GWAA) honored seven dedicated alumni at the 53rd annual Alumni Outstanding Service Awards on Thursday, Apr. 3, recognizing them for their volunteer efforts that advance the mission of the university. Established in 1961, the Alumni Outstanding Service Awards recognize GW and Mount Vernon College graduates. The awards include the

Alumnus Named to Boston’s Top 20; Receives Chairman’s Circle-Diamond Award

Chuck Silverston, CCAS BA ’95, principal at Prudential Unlimited Realty, was named to Boston’s Top 20 December 2013 list of top suburban real estate agents in Massachusetts. The list is based on monthly closed residential sales volume within each geographic region. Silverston has also been awarded the Chairman’s Circle-Diamond Award, given to the top one-half

Introducing the 2014 Alumni Service Award Recipients

Seven alumni, who advance the mission of university through volunteer efforts — ensuring the university’s impact on our community and future generations of students — will be honored on Thursday, April 3, at the 53rd Annual Alumni Outstanding Service Awards.  All alumni are invited to attend the event, hosted by the George Washington Alumni Association

Alumna Testifies Before Department of Defense Panel

K. Denise Rucker Krepp, ESIA BA ’95, testified before the Department of Defense Response Systems to Adult Sexual Assault Crimes Panel in January 2014. Krepp is a former Coast Guard legal officer and former Chief Counsel, US Maritime Administration. To learn more about Krepp’s expertise on the matter, visit The Maritime Executive.    

CCAS Alumnus Releases New Children’s Book

Frank Eldridge Anderson, CCAS BA ’95, has published the new children’s book, Jimi Wifi and the Train of Time (Trafford Publishing). Anderson co-authored the book with Ghada Ahmed. Train of Time teaches children how people kept time before digital clocks were invented via Jimi and Grandma Rhyme, who, according to the author, “represents the modern

SMHS Alumnus Releases New Book

Don S. Lee, SMHS MPH ’95, has released a new book entitled, “Ancient History of the Manchuria.”  The book examines the eastern end of the Great Wall, tackling disputed issues and offering in-depth analysis. Lee, who received a master’s degree in Public Health from the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences, is a retired

CCAS Alumna Receives MBA from Simmons School of Management

Heather Patenaude, CCAS BA ’95, was awarded her MBA, with a concentration in non-profit management, from Simmons School of Management in Boston, MA. As part of the program, Patenaude traveled to Dubai and Abu Dhabi, where she attended the Women as Global Leaders Conference at Zayed University.  She was able to see several GW students

CCAS/LAW Alumnus Named Resident Partner of NYC Law Office

Greg Blue, CCAS BA ’90, LAW JD ’95, has been announced as the resident partner in charge of Dilworth Paxson’s recently opened New York City office. Dilworth Paxson conducts a broad and diverse regional law practice that represents a wide array of clients from non-profits to Fortune 500 companies.  Blue will serve in the litigation

Alumnus receives Next Generation Award from Metro Weekly

Washington, DC’s Metro Weekly recently named its 2013 Next Generation Award recipients–and a GW alumnus is among them. The annual award, now in its fifth year, honors  “the achievements and potential of LGBT leaders under the age of 30.” Michael Komo, CPS BA ’11, GSPM MA ’12, who is a GW LGBT Alumni Association board