Thomas Carnwath, ’73, was recently appointed chief information technology officer (CITO) for The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. He is the first CITO for the university. He is charged with developing a centralized information and technology services division and is leading a strategic planning initiative to develop a technology blueprint for future advances in technology supporting the arts.
Charles Judson, ’73, has been appointed to the Dispute Resolution Court Rule Committee by the state of Michigan’s Court Administrative Office. Charles is a shareholder in the Traverse City law office of Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge and practices in the areas of mediation of disputes, municipal law, real property matters, and commercial transactions. He lives in Traverse City.
Marsha Gentry Pointer, ’73, is a travel agent for Marlynn Global Travel, which she began in 2006. She previously worked as an educator for 33 years, retiring from the Denver Public Schools in 2005. Marsha worked as an administrator, assistant principal, and principal. She has traveled to Alaska, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Canada. Marsha was named to Who’s Who in America in 2004. She was also listed in Who’s Who in Education from 2002 to 2005. In 2001 to 2004, she received grants from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. She and her husband, James, moved to St. Louis, MO, in 2006.