Mallory Bonbright

(JOU/2008) is a news producer at WLWT-TV in Cincinnati.

Jane Smith

(SLIS/1972) retired on December 31, 2013 from the Boone County (KY) Library. She was the first librarian and library director hired by the newly formed library system in 1974.

Erin Reardon

(COM/2002) is an event planner and fundraising professional in the Cincinnati area.

Russell Zik

(COM/2007)  was recently engaged to Kelli Johnson. He also completed his Master of Divinity degree from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and is employed by Chick-fil-A.

Danny Maupin

(ISC/2005) is a crew member at Trader Joe's and an intern/student at the IO Theater in Chicago.

Alexis Witherspoon

(JOU/2004) is the employee recruitment and retention coordinator for the Keeneland Association in Lexington, Ky.

Mary Patton

(COM/2004) is an attorney in Lexington, Ky.

Kris McGlosson

(JOU/1989) is Vice President and Marketing Manager for JP Morgan Chase in Columbus, Ohio.

In Memoriam: William Starr Blakeman

(JOU/1960) died on January 9, 2014.  He was a reporter and editor of the Winchester Sun newspaper for 40 years. He was president of the Kentucky Associated Press editors on three occasions. 

DeBraun Thomas

(JOU/2013) is a local musician and radio show host.

Jan Haley-Schwoyer

(JOU/1973) is principal at Jangle Advertising in Allentown, Pa.

Paul Knapp

(JOU/1953) is an independent computer hardware professional in Houston, Texas.

Michele West

(COM/1991) is the director of professional development at the Association for Communications Technology Professionals in Higher Education in Lexington.

Sarah Caldwell

(ISC/2008) is an associate attorney at DeLaney & DeLaney LLC in Indianapolis.

Courtney Kowlchuk

(ISC/99) is President/CEO at BrightLight Branding in Orlando, Fla.

Mark Powell

(COM/1986) is a certified financial planner at Edward Jones in Chicago.

Emily Hagedorn

(JOU/2005) is the new Buzz columnist for the Louisville Courier-Journal.

Tim Mudd

(JOU/1981) is the producer of "Taken: The Search for Sophie Parker."

Stacey Spencer

(TEL/1991) produces "Just for Teens" which airs on ION Television's WBNA channels and will run through March 2014.

Amy Brennan

(COM/1986) is the new executive director of the Center for Women, South Carolina's largest women's resource and development organization.