Paul Anger, 1972
Journalism major, Anger is currently the editor and vice president of the prestigious Des Moines Register, where he oversees more than 150 newsroom employees. In 1972, he joined the Miami Herald, becoming the executive sports editor for 18 years. He was named news editor for the Washington D.C. bureau of the Knight-Ridder news service and received the SW Broward Regional Chamber of Commerce Pinnacle Award for service to the South Florida community.
Danae D. Davis, 1977
Political science major, Davis is the executive director of PEARLS for Teen Girls, Inc., a Milwaukee-based girl empowerment and leadership non-profit organization. She previously served as director of diversity affairs at Miller Brewing Company, director of the Department of Employee Relations for the City of Milwaukee, a commissioner on the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission, executive assistant at the Department of Employment Relations, legal counsel for Gov. Tony Earl and director of diversity management and work/life programs at Kraft Foods, Inc. Davis is a member of the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents and African American Women's Project of the Milwaukee Foundation. She is also on the Board of Directors of Safe and Sound. Davis earned a law degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School.
Janine Geenen, 1970, and James Geenen, 1969
Kimberly and Appleton, Wisconsin
Political science major and English major, respectively, the Geenens have spent most of their lives helping others. He is a Peace Corps director of Paraguay and she teaches English at the American School in Asuncion, Paraguay. They have tried to improve the lives of the poor in Third World countries for more than 25 years by helping them help themselves. He has worked for Big Brothers/ Big Sisters of the Fox Valley Region and she taught at Winneconne High School. In 1980 they returned overseas at Foster Parents Plan International, where he started his own foundation called Fundacion NanPaz or "Road to Peace."
Michael Langenhorst, 1977
Microbiology and public health majorss, Langenhorst is currently president of Anamax Group, a full service food by-product recycling company located in Green Bay. He has contributed to planned growth and strategic vision which has helped Anamax more than double in size and quadruple its cash flow. He has more than 26 years in the rendering industry and in 2001 he was awarded the State and Regional Exporter of the Year Award by the United States Small Business Administration. He is the first president and founder of the three-year-old World Rendering Organization, which gives rendering businesses worldwide one voice on issues affecting the industry.