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Washington, D.C., attorney Gary Horlick ’68 has earned the 2018 Who’s Who Legal Lifetime Achievement Award. As an expert in international trade, he led the import administration at the U.S. Department of Commerce, served as international trade counsel to the U.S. Senate committee on finance, and was the first chairman of the World Trade Organization’s permanent group of experts.
Mike Kennealy ’90 has been promoted to the position of Massachusetts secretary of housing and economic development. The Lexington resident left a career in private equity to join the state department in 2015 as assistant secretary for business growth.
Donna Smyers ’79, Th’88, has been inducted into the USA Triathlon Hall of Fame. The Adamant, Vermont, resident has twice been named USA Triathlon Masters Triathlete of the Year and won four USA Triathlon national championships, two International Triathlon Union world championships, and six Ironman world championships.
Theater director David Fuller ’76 has been elected president of the National Theatre Conference, an association of professional and academic institutions and individual artists. Fuller, who has performed and directed on and off Broadway, is a producing co-director of Theater 2020 in Brooklyn.
Two-time Paralympic skier Joseph Walsh ’84, Adv’98, DMS’98, has earned the Massachusetts Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired Kara MacDonald Aspire Award. Walsh was the VP of the International Blind Sports Federation from 2013 to 2017 and is the president of Quincy-based Adaptive Sports New England, a nonprofit focused on increasing participation in sports among youth who have a visual or mobility impairment.
Miigis Gonzalez ’07 has been named a 2019 Bush Foundation Fellow, which will provide her with up to $100,000 to further develop her leadership skills. Gonzalez, a member of the Ojibwe tribe Lac Courte Oreilles, has been conducting research at the University of Minnesota School of Medicine on the impact of Native American culture on the prevention and treatment of health issues.
Andrew Schulz ’86 has been named dean and vice president of the arts at the University of Arizona College of Fine Arts in Tucson. Schulz was most recently associate dean for research at Penn State University College of Arts and Architecture, where he created a program to connect artists with scientists.