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and in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.

Office of Environmental Management in the U.S. Department of Energy. Moury began his career as a nucleartrained submarine officer, and he holds the rank of captain in the Navy Reserves.

’93 has been named

director of Pennoni Associates’ locations in Columbia and Germantown, Md. He previously served as a director of international A/E services for Tetra Tech. TERENCE NOONAN ’92, executive producer

MATTHEW MOURY M.S. ’94, M.B.A. ’99 is

the deputy assistant secretary for safety, security and quality programs within the

Professional engineer THOMAS M. CHICCA

of “Anderson Live,” has been named executive producer of Warner Bros.’ upcoming talk show “Bethenny,” starring “Real Housewife”

Bethenny Frankel. Noonan also is the creator and executive producer of TLC’s “DC Cupcakes” and “A Slice of Brooklyn.” He helped produce “The Dr. Oz Show,” “The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet,” “The Rosie O’Donnell Show” and “The Montel Williams Show.” Carrick Capital Partners has named RAUL FERNANDEZ ’90

to its executive team as a special advisor. He is chairman of Object Video and former chairman and CEO of Dimension Data. He is founder and former CEO of Proxicom, a provider of e-business solutions. Fernandez is also vice chairman of Monumental Sports & Entertainment, a private partnership that owns the Washington Wizards, the Washington Capitals and the Washington Mystics, and owns and operates the Verizon Center. CHRISTOPHER HALKYARD ’90 has been

Jenn (Rinaca) ’04 and Jim Diercksen ’03 welcomed their first son, James William, on Feb. 13. She is an analyst for Moody’s Investors Service and he’s a compliance officer for the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission. They live in Hoboken, N.J.

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DARYN RUSH ’90 has rejoined White and Williams LLP, where he started his career, as a partner in the Reinsurance Practice Group. He’s based in the firm’s Philadelphia office.

promoted to chief supply chain officer for Gilt Groupe. He joined the online shopping destination company in April 2010 as vice president of operations. He lives in New Jersey with his wife and three children.

PRADEEP LALL M.S. ’89, PH.D. ’93 has

been honored with the Southeastern Conference’s Auburn University Faculty Achievement Award for 2012–13. Lall is the T. Walter Professor of Mechanical Engineering and director of the Center for Advanced Vehicle and Extreme Electronics at Auburn. He holds three U.S. patents and serves as associate editor for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ “Transactions on Components and Packaging Technologies” as well as the ASME Journal of Electronic Packaging. He has written two books, 13 book chapters and more than 325 journal and conference papers. CHERYL LOGAN ’86,

principal of Park-

dale High School in Prince George’s County, has received the 2013 Distinguished Educational Leadership Award from The Washington Post. She was cited for renewing the focus on academic achievement at the school in her three years there. A 26-year teaching veteran, Logan received a master’s degree in education from Johns Hopkins University and is pursuing a doctorate from Maryland.

BOB KEANE ’87, AIA, has been promoted to managing principal at WDG Architecture, a national architecture firm based in Washington, D.C. He has 26 years of experience and serves as director of higher education for WDG. He designed Oakland Hall, the newest dormitory at Maryland, and directed design for Sea Gull Square, a mixeduse development at Salisbury University; the West Grace Student Housing development in Richmond for Virginia Commonwealth University; and the CUNY Residences,

Terp Magazine :: Spring 2013  
Terp Magazine :: Spring 2013