Alumni Spotlight Sometimes It Pays to Scream at Your Boss J Allard (CAS’91) had a very successful career at Microsoft, in part by disagreeing with Bill Gates to argue in 1994 that the company should focus more on the Internet. Allard’s team went on to develop Internet Explorer for Windows. Bringing the World to the Classroom In addition to his successful career at Accenture Ltd., Matthew Boggie (CAS’99), serves on the Board of Directors of ProjectExplorer. The nonprofit produces free online films and educational programming for primary and secondary school students and teachers around the world. Bold Moves to Success Throughout his 24-year career, Shabbir Dahod (CAS’85) has been a cutting-edge innovator focused on the intersection of technology, business and management. And he has never shied away from jumping headfirst into new projects and opportunities. A Leader in Computing Security Rebecca Norlander (CAS’91) joined Microsoft in June 1991 as a developer in the Excel team, and has since established herself as one of the most capable technical leads at Microsoft. Helping Robots to Reason More Effectively Over the course of her career, Manuela Veloso (GRS’86) has followed her interests in computer science and then robotics and autonomous reasoning, putting herself at the forefront of one of the most rapidly evolving fields in science.