Alumni at Work
From the Streets of Chicago to the Tallest Mountains
While many Bradley graduates follow traditional career paths, some pursue unique experiences and opportunities. From touring with several of the biggest names in the music industry and teaching law in Paris to developing a new way for computers to process information and delivering fresh water to millions, Braves follow their dreams all over the globe. In this issue, we profile 12 of these individuals and the roads less taken.
Barbara Bitting Gurtler ’55 sees the world from on high.
Tom Keeley ’68 is changing how computers process information.
Jack Riley ’80 battles the bad guys.
Jerry Lee ’73 helped Newton Running reshape the shoe.
Emily Hoerdemann ’08 shares her life's passion.
Matt Grob ’89 is leading the technological revolution with Qualcomm.
Katrina Schnell ’13 isn't your average gamer.
Advertising has been on the mind of Matt MacDonald ’98 from an early age.
Life in Paris lights up Fred Einbinder ’73.
Mohammed Hassan Elsheikh, MSCE ’01 supports his homeland.
Music comes alive thanks to Steve Ossler ’84.
Tara Molloy-Aksar ’97 is always in high style.