Last week, the FAU Alumni Association hosted its fourth annual Outstanding Young Owls ceremony and reception to recognize graduates under 40 years of age who are making a mark in their professions and communities. The honorees also were recognized on the field during the football game against Middle Tennessee State.
The 2017 Outstanding Young Owls are:
Corey A. Hancock, B.A. ’02, M.A. ’05, Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters
Director of the Program Office at USAID in Côte d’Ivoire
Karrie C. Prehm, B.S. ’02, M.B.A. ’11, College of Business
Founder and CEO of Global Regulation Advisers Corp.
Jessica Dornblaser, B.A.R.C. ’14, College for Design and Social Inquiry
Owner of The Everglades Architecture Group
Charlene N. Bobb-Smith, M.Ed. ’12, College of Education
Manager of Talent Development and Employee Engagement for the Worldwide Services Organization at Citrix Systems
Ryan D. Wheeler, B.S.C.V. ’06, College of Engineering and Computer Science
Project Manager with Caulfield & Wheeler, Inc.
Caitlin Saladrigas, B.A. ’08, Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College
Associate at Akerman, LLP
Daphne C. Hanson, R.N., NE-BC, L.H.R.M.; M.S. ’13, D.N.P. ’15, Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing
Director of Quality and Risk Management at Kindred Hospital of the Palm Beaches
Chandana Buddhala, Ph.D. ’12, Charles E. Schmidt College of Science
Senior Scientist with the Department of Neurosurgery at Washington University
Congratulations, Outstanding Young Owls!