Matthew Becker, ’98, has been working at a crisis shelter for adjudicated teenage girls for five years as a special education teacher and teaching principal. Matthew completed his teaching licensure in June 2005, and also earned his master’s degree in education in June 2006. He and his wife, Jody, have been married for five years and have two children. They currently live in Dublin, NH, and are preparing a move back to Wisconsin in July.
Angela Benander, ’98, is a senior account supervisor for Res Publica Group in Chicago. She previously worked as the communications director for U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow. Angela also served as legislative aide, and later press secretary, for U.S. Senator Dick Durbin. She lives in Chicago.
Sally Goff, ’98, began working as education outreach coordinator of the Minnesota Planetarium Society in May. She is responsible for the management and operation of the ExploraDome Immersive Learning Program, a portable planetarium that travels to schools around the state. She and her fiancé, Max, moved to St. Paul, MN, from Maryland in August 2006.