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Alumni news roundup - April 29, 2021

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Lauren Brandstatter ’12 was named community outreach coordinator at Traverse Bay Children’s Advocacy Center.

Chuck Brooks ’79 wrote an article for Forbes about three key cybersecurity trends to know for 2021.

Emily Chen ’18 wrote a series of Twitter bilingual educational posts about autism.

Yang Chen ’11 was named to 40 under 40 by San Francisco Businesses Times.  

Justin Christian ’95 was honored with TechPoint’s Trailblazer Award at the Mira Awards Gala.

Willis “Bing” Davis ’59 discusses musical past with the Dayton Daily News.

Blogger explores the art of Mary Beth Edelson ’55 on display at MoMA.

Laura Allport Hammack ’95 was appointed Beech Grove City Schools superintendent.

Peter Prowitt ’77 was named chief operating officer of Aerospace Industries Association.

Dean Rush '65 talks on The Believer's Journey podcast about ethical standards in business and life. 

David Singer ’91 was named to Forbes 2021 Best-In-State Wealth Advisors list.

Carol Hoopengarner Smith ’85, DePauw's chief information officer, was interviewed by the Chronicle of Higher Education for its Roundtable Report, “The CIO Perspective: First-Generation Students.” She also was interviewed by EdTech Magazine for “Higher Education Gets a Crash Course in Online Event Planning.” 

Niles Stewart ’20 was quoted in a story about Black Americans investing in Bitcoin and stocks.

Greg Werner ’89 was mentioned in a story that listed his son Pete among the top linebackers in the 2021 draft class.

Deb Zellers ’92 was profiled on North Coast Athletic Conference website.

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