Eric Buckley (Questrom’21) of Boston, Mass., joined the Massachusetts nonprofit Build Health International (BHI), as a senior structural engineer. BHI builds health infrastructure in low-resource settings. Eric has more than 13 years of experience in the design of new buildings and the renovation of existing structures. He has undergraduate and graduate degrees in civil engineering from Villanova University and an MBA from BU.From the Summer 2021 issue.
Anthony Trecek-King (CFA’15) of Franklin, Mass., is the host of The Silent Canon, a show created by the Omaha Symphony and KVNO highlighting Black contributions to classical music. The first episode aired in February 2021. Learn more at www.omahasymphony.org/the-silent-canon.From the Summer 2021 issue.
Marisa Roman (LAW’15) of Boston, Mass., is an associate in McGlinchey Stafford’s national commercial litigation practice group in the firm’s Boston office.From the Summer 2021 issue.
Aija Reke (CFA’15) of Boston, Mass., was selected to do a series of lectures and master classes sponsored by the US Embassy in Latvia. The lectures were well attended: the first lecture had 140 participants, and the second had 120.From the Summer 2021 issue.
Emma Kalff (CAS’15) of Ridgway, Colo., and Sandra Soto (Wheelock’ 16) of Brookline, Mass., cofounded Libraries for Liberation in 2020. The organization purchases books that raise awareness of systemic racism from BIPOC-owned bookstores and distributes them to communities across the United States through a network of volunteers. Learn more at librariesforliberation.com.From the Summer 2021 issue.
Che Edouard (Questrom’14) of Allston, Mass., has developed MustWatch, an app that allows users to see what shows their friends are watching and receive direct recommendations from them. The idea for the app was born during a BU graduation party and was built with the assistance of Aimee Carvalho (Questrom’13) of San Diego, Calif.From the Summer 2021 issue.
Judy Choy-Loong (CGS’10, Questrom’ 12) and Albert Loong (CGS’10, Questrom‘12) of Pasadena, Calif., were married in October 2020. The two met at a spring open house in 2008 prior to enrolling in BU, but did not start dating until after graduation.From the Summer 2021 issue.
Tyler Sit (COM’11) of Chaska, Minn., a faith leader, church planter, and United Methodist pastor in Minneapolis, published his first book, Staying Awake: The Gospel for Changemakers (Chalice Press, 2021).From the Summer 2021 issue.
Danielle Grimm (SPH’10) of Rochester, N.Y., was recently appointed to the National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health board of directors.From the Summer 2021 issue.
Daniela Chlimper (CAS’10) of Surfside, Fla., published a memoir, Boobless Mammal (Archway Publishing, 2020). Email her at email@example.com.From the Summer 2021 issue.