Alumni in the News for November 2014

Given second chance at life, young woman helps others through hospice

Published: Mon November 17, 2014
Source: OC Register

At 32, Michelle Wulfestieg has survived two strokes, the first at age 11.

Pan American Bank taps alumna

Published: Mon November 17, 2014
Source: GlobeNewswire

The oldest Hispanic community bank in the Western United States announced that Armida Colmenares-Stafford has been named Senior Vice President, Commercial Banking and Community Relations.

Pan American Bank taps alumna

Published: Mon November 17, 2014
Source: GlobeNewswire

The oldest Hispanic community bank in the Western United States announced that Armida Colmenares-Stafford has been named Senior Vice President, Commercial Banking and Community Relations.

Top candidate for head coaching jobs

Published: Tue November 11, 2014
Source: Ventura County Star

Ohio State offensive coordinator Tom Herman has only enhanced his credentials this season.

Marinelli's approach helping Dallas defense

Published: Fri October 31, 2014
Source: Foxnews.com

The Cowboys are benefiting from an unflinching optimism that has fueled a surprising turnaround for the defense

Eric Rogers to make Canadian Football League debut

Published: Fri October 24, 2014
Source: Calgary Herald

Calgary Stampeders wide receiver Eric Rogers is ready to make his mark.

Fox walks in the footsteps of Fiore

Published: Thu October 23, 2014
Source: Acorn

Thousand Oaks City Council’s unquestioned leader headed for sixth term.

Governor reappoints MBA alumna

Published: Mon October 20, 2014
Source: Imperial Valley News

Mary Rose has been reappointed to the 19th District Agriculture Association, Santa Barbara Fair and Exposition Board of Directors, where she has served since 2012.

Challenger is only former educator in race

Published: Thu October 16, 2014
Source: Acorn

After nearly 40 years of teaching and school counseling, Bill Gorback has joined the race for the Conejo Valley Unified school board.

Can Claudia top the charts again?

Published: Thu October 9, 2014
Source: Acorn

After opposing the City Council majority for years, Claudia Bill-de la Peña says improved relations between with fellow council members are one of the reasons she’s seeking another term.

Rotarian offers financial expertise

Published: Thu October 9, 2014
Source: Acorn

Vicki Arndt says she has the passion and wherewithal to lead the Conejo Recreation and Park District through challenging fiscal times.

Op-ed: Why LGBT and the GOP Are Better Together

Published: Tue September 30, 2014
Source: Advocate.com

Alumnus argues that the Republican Party needs LGBT voters and LGBT voters need the Republican Party.