Greg Jania ’93 was a speaker at the Private Equity International CFOs & COOs Forum 2017 on January 18-19 in New York, a gathering of senior finance and operational executives of the private equity community. Greg is the Head of Fund Investments for Private Equity at APG US Asset Management, Inc.
After Wabash, Greg received an M.B.A. with honors from the University of Chicago. His career has focused on private equity investment and investment management.
Bob Brennan ’87, an Economics teacher at Zionsville High School, has lead his seniors to a second consecutive win for title of Best in State in Verizon’s Innovative Learning App Challenge. Their app is called NuTown, designed to help newcomers to a community connect to local services, businesses and places to go. Click here for the news story. The win brought the school a prize of $5,000 to be used for STEM in their school, and qualifies them to move on to the Best in Nation Verizon App Challenge in February.
After Wabash, Bob earned an M.A. in Counseling at IUPUI. He has taught in Zionsville Community Schools since 1995.
Broecker says the project should be complete in the second quarter.
David Broecker ’83, CEO of Indiana Biosciences Research (IBRI), is working to bring together several big Indiana industry names to work together on a major study on Type 2 diabetes: Eli Lilly and Co, Roche Diagnostics Corp., Regenstrief Institute, and Indiana University School of Medicine. Click here for the news story and to hear Dave talk about the project on Inside Indiana Business: New IBRI Study ‘Essence of Big Data.
Photo courtesy of Inside Indiana Business.
Kevin Chavous ’78 has been named to the board of directors of K12 Inc., a technology education company with online school programs and for students pre-K through high school. He is a supporter of national education reform that includes charter schools and parental choice programs. Click here for the news release.
After Wabash, Kevin earned a JD from the Howard University School of Law, where he was president of his graduating class.
Andrew McCoy’05 was named Partner at the Faegre Baker Daniels’ downtown Indianapolis office. Andrew is a member of the firm’s intellectual property group, with clients ranging from entrepreneurs to Fortune 100 companies. He also maintains an active pro bono practice in Southern District of Indiana and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.
After Wabash, he earned his JD at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.
Jake Gilbert ’98 is the Indianapolis Colts’ nominee for the Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year Award. Representing the best coaches at the high school level, the coaches were nominated for the national award, named for the winningest coach in NFL history, by NFL teams for their character and integrity, leadership and dedication to the community, commitment to player health and safety, and on-field success. Click here for the press release. The winner will be announced during the third quarter of the 2017 Pro Bowl on January 29.
Jake is head football coach at Westfield High School in Westfield, Indiana. After graduating from Wabash, he was assistant coach at Ben Davis High School, head coach at North Montgomery High School, and assistant coach at Wabash College, before joining Westfield High School.
Alan White ’60 and wife Barbara are innkeepers and hosts of the The Yountsville Mill-Inn & Garden Bed & Breakfast, located just west of Crawfordsville on Sugar Creek. They bought the mill inn and property in 2009 and have been renovating, renewing, and expanding the historical buildings and gardens. Alan has degrees in dentistry and in music as a pianist; Barbara is an artist and portraitist. They enjoy living in and sharing the history of the Inn with guests.
Alumnus Phil Coons ’67 and his wife Elizabeth were recent guests of the Yountsville Mill B&B. Click here to read about their visit and for more details about the Inn and Mill and their history.
Kent Holden ’75 has been named to the board of directors for Steps to HOPE in Tryon, North Carolina. Steps to HOPE provides emergency temporary safe shelter to those seeking refuge from domestic violence and/or sexual assault. Click here for the news release.
After Wabash, Kent earned an MBA from the University of Houston.