Josefina Castillo Baltodano '72 is president and chief executive officer of Marian College, a liberal arts Catholic college in Fond du Lac. She earned a bachelor of arts in sociology and social work in 1972. Later she continued her studies at the University of California-San Francisco's Hastings College of Law, where she earned a law degree.
Josefina is Marian's first lady, female president. She also is among a handful of female, Latino college presidents in the United States.
Dorian "Doe" Boyland '76 is president and founder of Boyland Auto Group, the fourth largest minority owned auto group in the country, with 10 dealerships in six states, including Washington, Oregon, Florida, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin.
Dorian studied business and played both baseball and basketball as a student at UW Oshkosh before beginning his career in major league baseball.
James LaBuda '79 and MSE '81'79 and MSE '81, is vice provost of student experience at Nevada State College in Henderson, Nev. Earlier in his career, he was a teacher and principal in Nevada, Colorado, Hawaii and Oshkosh's Emmeline Cook Elementary.
He began working in higher education in 2004 when he became an assistant professor at Nevada State College. A Berlin native, Jim earned both bachelor's and master's degrees in education from UW Oshkosh. He also earned another master's and a doctorate in educational leadership from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas.
John Schuh '69 is professor of educational leadership at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa. He earned a bachelor of science in social science and history from UW Oshkosh in 1969, followed by master's and doctoral degrees from Arizona State University.
John is one of the most published and recognized authors and researchers in the fields of student affairs, student services and higher education. He is author, coauthor or editor of more than 200 publications, including 24 books and monographs, and more than 60 book chapters. His textbooks are used at colleges throughout the U.S.-including UW Oshkosh