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AAGC Nominating Committee

Alumnae & Alumni of Goucher College
2016-17 Nominating Committee

Facilitator

Steven Klepper (2nd Edit)Steven Klepper ’97: A principal of Kramon & Graham, P.A., a law firm in downtown Baltimore, Klepper focuses his practice on civil and criminal appeals and insurance coverage. He has taught a course on Supreme Court history at Goucher. Beyond his service to Goucher, Steve is the Baltimore regional manager for the University of Virginia Law School Foundation. A veteran member of the AAGC Board of Directors, he served as vice-president from 2011-2013 and as president from 2013-2015. He lives with his wife, Meredith, and his two children, Vivian and Malcolm, in the Charles Village neighborhood of Baltimore.

Members

Brianna BowlingBrianna Bowling ’92: Bowling graduated from Goucher College with an English Literature degree.  In 1998, she started Zekiah Technologies which has grown to more than thirty employees supporting clients such as the Navy and Department of Homeland Security in custom software and geospatial solutions. Bowling volunteers with her local 4H club, coaches for La Plata Youth Soccer Association, and is a member of the Southern Maryland Women’s League, a cantor and lector for St. Ignatius Church, a riding coordinator for the local dressage club, and serves on multiple boards such as the Workforce Investment Board and the local hospital.  Bowling resides in Charles County, Maryland and is an active partner in her community.

Sarah Bryant (Edited)Sarah Bryant ’08: Bryant graduated from Goucher in 2008 with a double major in Communications and Art concentrating in Art History. In the summer of her sophomore year she studied abroad in Denmark. Since graduating she has handled the class of 2008 class notes for The Quarterly. Currently she is the marketing manager at a public policy think tank, The Cato Institute. In her spare time she volunteers in the DC community with the Junior League of Washington and The Madison. She resides in Arlington, Virginia.

Untitled-1 croppedHilary Davis ’10: Davis graduated from Goucher as a psychology major with a minor in history.  She studied abroad twice during her time at Goucher: in Spring 2008, she studied with DIS Copenhagen; and in January 2010, she participated in a Jane Austen course in Southern England.  While at Goucher, she was a leading member of admissions ambassadors and participated in the Music department’s musicals.  She worked also as an admissions counselor’s assistant for three years. Davis earned a Masters of Arts in General Education from Bank Street College of Education in 2013, and is dual certified in Literacy and General Education. She currently works as a second grade teacher at Solomon Schechter School of Westchester.

David Jadin 120wDavid Jadin ’10, M.Ed. ’12 After graduating with a degree in Communications, Jadin continued his education at Goucher obtaining his M.Ed. in 2012 while working as an Assistant Coach for the Men’s Lacrosse team. In his time as an undergrad, Jadin was a Captain of the first Men’s Lacrosse Championship team in 2010. That same year he earned All Landmark Conference 1st team honors, was named an USILA Academic All American, and was awarded the Goucher Athletic Department “Coaches” Award. After completing his master’s degree and winning another championship as a coach in 2012, Jadin went on to Coach at Division 1 Mercer University for three years. He recently moved to Albany with his wife Kristen (Goucher, M.Ed. ’12) where he works as an Assistant Director of Admissions and Strategic Initiatives at Albany Law School.

Morris JohnsonMorris Johnson ’11: Johnson graduated with a double major in communications and sociology. He then spent two years teaching in the Baltimore City Public School System for Teach for America.  In 2013, Johnson earned a master of arts degree in leadership in teaching special education from Notre Dame University of Maryland. At Goucher, Johnson was a member of the second cohort of EOP Scholars. As an undergraduate, he was finance chair for the Student Government Association, co-chair for Gophers for Goucher, president of Umoja, and as a student representative with the Board of Trustees Facilities and Development committees. Johnson teaches with the Friendship Public Charter School System in Washington, D.C. and is a resident of Baltimore City.

Jeffrey Judge 120wJeffrey Judge ’05: As a founder of Chesapeake Wealth Concepts, a financial planning and advisory firm with 4 locations throughout Maryland and Virginia, Judge’s practice is focused on developing holistic financial strategies for small business owners, contractors, and the families of individuals with special needs. He serves as a board member on the finance committee for the Brigance Brigade Foundation, as a board member of the Northeastern Business Advisory Council, as a committee member at the Center Club, and is actively involved with many charitable organizations throughout the Baltimore area. A Certified Financial Planner, Judge was celebrated as a VIP under 40 by The Daily Record in 2015 in addition to being named a 5 Star Wealth Manager in Baltimore multiple times. Currently, Jeff resides in Bel Air, MD with his wife, Courtney, and their son.

Will Lonczak (Edited)Will Lonczak ’10: Lonczak majored in business management and economics and now works as an associate in the Finance and Accounting department of Vocus, Inc (VOCS) in Beltsville, MD. A varsity soccer player, Will was a four-time letter-winner and Conference Academic award recipient, and was named to the 2009 Landmark Sportsmanship team. In 2009, Will received the Borden-Gladding International Management Award to study International Business at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Will is an Associate Member of the Goucher Society and a supporter of the Blue & Gold Society.

Kaye F. Williams (Edited)Kaye F. Williams ’83: A senior legislative consultant and attorney, Williams served as a liaison between the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the White House, the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the Federal Reserve, and national securities exchanges. She received, from the SEC, the Law and Policy Award for work on the National Securities Markets Improvement Act of 1996 and was appointed to the Senior Executive Service, the highest ranking civilian status in the government. Kaye is affiliated with Mitchell & Dunn law firm and provides counsel to historically black colleges and universities, nonprofit organizations, and small businesses. A resident of Alexandria, Va., she holds a doctor of law degree from Georgetown University Law Center and a bachelor’s degree in politics and public policy from Goucher College.