Journalism major, Angoli has distinguished herself as an expert in the field of Internet advertising. She began her career at Laughlin/Constable, a Milwaukee advertising agency, in a position created for her- interactive media planner. She then served as media manager at Quantum Leap in Chicago with clients including MSNBC, Slate and OnHealth. She is currently a media supervisor for Integer Group, the advertising agency for Coors Brewing Company, in which she hopes to broaden her experience in traditional advertising.
B.S., 1995, B.A., 1999
Political science and international studies majors, he began work at World Resources Institute as coordinator of its Ecosystems, Protected Areas and Peoples Program (EPP) in 2000. He is part of the team that is doing research and developing a series of technological reports on protected areas management and implementation policy. He regularly travels around the globe but remains active in the Model United Nations as a voluntary staff member.
B.S.E., 1994, M.S., 1996
Green Bay, Wisconsin
English major and master's degree in Educational Leadership, Lor moved to Green Bay from Laos with his siblings in 1980 when he was nine years old. As an elementary student he mastered the English language and discovered his passion for education. He earned a Ph.D. in education from UW- Madison in 2000 and has taught communication arts and coached soccer in the Appleton Area School District. He was an associate principal in Green Bay Public Schools and recently accepted a position as assistant principal at Neenah High School.
Radio/Television/Film major, Povletich has contributed to numerous highly acclaimed films and television programs, including Inside Pol Pot's Secret Prison, an episode of History Channel's History Undercover series. Over the course of his brief career, his work has appeared theatrically worldwide and on numerous network and cable outlets such as ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, PBS, HBO, TNT, VH1, Comedy Central and The History Channel.