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Rob Connoley Pauley ’90 (communication), Silver City, N.M., was featured in Saveur magazine’s 2013 “The Saveur 100” as one of the top 100 notable culinary benchmarks for the upcoming year. Noted for his restaurant’s use of molecular gastronomy and its application on local and foraged cuisine, Rob’s restaurant, The Curious Kumquat (curiouskumquat.com), is just one of a small handful of restaurants featured in this annual highlights issue.
Thomas J. Meyer ’90 (communication), Mandeville, La., vice president of Benefit Planning Group, was named to New Orleans CityBusiness’ Money Makers Class of 2012, which recognizes the area’s leading fiscal professionals based on their professional and community achievements.
Jerry Hingle ’90 (marketing), CEO and executive director of the Southern United States Trade Association (SUSTA), for the past six years, has worked with small companies throughout Louisiana, introducing them to the possibility of expanding their business by exporting homemade products to a foreign market.
Maureen “Molly” Corbett ’90 (political science), Parkville, Md., after graduation, went on to graduate school at the University of Colorado, Denver, and became a community organizer. She worked for Fr. John Bauman, S.J., at PICO in California and later volunteered for Fr. Jim Short, S.J., in Belize. She has worked in the nonprofit sector her entire career, starting as a community organizer and going on to director of programs and grants at the Ventura County Community Foundation; having her own nonprofit consulting business; and most recently, starting a nonprofit. She founded Asylee Women Enterprise (www.asyleewomen.org) two years ago with the help of eight Catholic women’s religious communities. They provide housing, community, and companionship to women seeking political asylum. Currently, they are assisting women from Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Bhutan, Cameroon, Central African Republic, and Eritrea.