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By JoAnna Haugen on Friday, June 11th, 2010
Juliet Kosarzycki (06-08) is a certified professional coach, speaker, trainer and the founder of Yellow Zone International, which encourages people to go beyond their comfort zones as a means to tap into one’s potential and feel energized and fulfilled. She works with clients on personal development, business and leadership goals, and other areas that clients would like to work on in their personal and professional lives. In addition to her work with Yellow Zone International, Kosarzycki performs with local theater and comedy groups and is a member of The Chamber of Manitowoc County, Women in Management, Sail Young Professionals of Manitowoc County, Toastmasters, SCORE counselors, Manitowoc Coaches Network and Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Speaker Match. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and her master’s degree from University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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Suzanne Ehlers (95-96) was recently elected as president and CEO of Population Action International. She has been with Population Action International for the past six years and served as interim president during the last eight months. Prior to that, she was a grants officer at the Wallace Global Fund. Ehlers is a graduate of Cornell University.
Christopher Vaughn (94-96), an associate in DLA Piper’s corporate and securities practice in its Baltimore office, will receive a Maryland Pro Bono Service Award from the Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland. Vaughn dedicated more than 230 hours in pro bono legal services to Catholic Relief Services and assisted in the due diligence process and negotiations surrounding the pending merger of five foundations committed to protecting the Baltimore Harbor by making more efficient use of grant funds. He is also active in Maryland’s Mentoring Male Teens program which serves Baltimore city school children. Vaughn concentrates his practice on international business transactions and private equity.
In addition to being a history teacher at Cactus Shadows High School in Cave Creek, Arizona, Barbara Hatch (72-75) sponsors the Arizona Heritage Project. The project works to preserve the history and memories of the local community by interviewing veterans and compiling books with local stories.