Beth Bohn, 1979
Nursing major, Bohn is vice president and packaging/literary agent for The Agency for the Performing Arts in Los Angeles, securing jobs for writers, producers, and directors on shows such as Providence, The Man Show and Weakest Link. After graduating from UW Oshkosh, she worked at La Crosse Lutheran Hospital for a year and then followed her husband to California. She also was the corporate trainer of Avon.
Daniel Burrus, 1971
Education major and social science minor, Burrus is the founder and chief executive of Burrus Research Associates Inc. He is recognized as one of the world's leading science and technology forecasters and futurists and has written six books. Burrus has founded and managed five businesses, authored nine audio books, and delivered more than 2,000 keynote speeches to executives worldwide since his graduation. He was inducted into the Professional Speakers Hall of Fame and has directed and produced several award-winning independent films.
James Dykstra, 1968
Cedar Grove, Wisconsin
English and sociology majors, Dykstra is currently the director of the Civil-Military Leadership Program of the Stennis Center for Public Service where he works with the senior leaders of the Pentagon and Congress to improve understanding and relations between Congress and the military. Dykstra started as a reporter for various publications and was U.S. Rep. Bill Steiger's press secretary from 1971 until 1978. He then became Republican staff director of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. From 1993-1997 he was chief of staff for California Rep. Steve Horn.