April ’18 Alumni Notes

Terry Boston, Knoxville ‘77, joined Dewberry’s board of directors. Dewberry is a privately held professional services firm headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia.

Bridget Landis, Knoxville, ‘17, has been named the marketing coordinator at Advent, a Nashville-based experiential design firm. 

Steven Lavaggi, Knoxville ‘75, known as the Artist of Hope, created a sculpture based on a painting of an angel, which led to an invitation as a guest of the South Africa Parliament and as a speaker throughout South Africa with civil rights leader Martin Luther King’s daughter. He has been a regular guest on the QVC Television Shopping Network for the past 16 years selling his home decor and jewelry products.

Laura Joy Pewitt, Knoxville ‘82, has written Wally the Wayward Sea Turtle: A Story About Choices, Mistakes, and Saving Grace. The book’s story assures children that needing a helping hand or guiding light from time to time is normal. The book is available through Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Westbow Press.

James Segroves, Knoxville ‘99, joined Reed Smith’s Life Science Health Industry group as a partner in the firm’s D.C. office.

Frankie Spero, Chattanooga ‘07, was promoted to partner at Bradley Arant Boult Cummings in Nashville.