USD Introduces the 30 Under 30 Class of 2022
30 Under 30 recognizes outstanding young alumni who are making an impact in their professional and personal lives. Achievements are recognized in the areas of professional success, community involvement and/or university engagement. The 30 Under 30 program began in 2018.
USD is proud to present the Class of 2022:
- Jack Cochrane '21, Professional Athlete at Kansas City Chiefs
- Jackie Hendry '15, '22, Host and Producer of "South Dakota Focus" at South Dakota Public Broadcasting
- Hanna DeLange '18, Public Relations and Content Strategist at USD
- Jessica Gaikowski '17, '19, Director of Marketing and Communications at Avel eCare
- Alexandra Parkinson '15, '21, Physician Assistant at Children's Hospital and Medical Center
- Cole Bockelmann '16, City Administrator at City of Humboldt
- Chesney Garnos '17, '21, Strategic Communications Manager at The Event Company
- Zach Nelson '15, Associate, Reporting and Development at Amazon Conservation Team
- Malachi Petersen '17, '18, City Planner at City of West Fargo
- Kiana Dowdell '16, '19, Director, Prospect Research & Information Management at Dakota State University Foundation
- Nancy Fregoso '16, '18, Professional School Counselor at Des Moines Public Schools
- Shanel Goranowski '18, '21, School Psychologist at UmonHon Nation Public School District in Macy, NE
- Michelle Novak '17, '21, Clinical Assistant Professor at University of North Dakota
- Andrew Schuiteman '17, General Dentist at Kusek Family and Implant Dentistry
- Carmelita Shouldis '19, Lakota Educator at Sicangu Co.
- Lisa Harmon '15, '18, Legal Counsel at State of South Dakota - Department of Labor and Regulation Division of Insurance
- Saeed Dabbour '19, Paid Media Analyst at Voro Digital
- Allie McMullen '16, Communications Manager at Kansas City Zoo
- Alicia Susac '15, Pediatric Focused Prosthetist Orthotist at Hanger Clinic
- Kyle Beauchamp '20, Associate Attorney emphasizing in Criminal Law and Family Law at Colbath and Sperlich Attorneys at Law
- Matthew Hilson '18, AP Government Teacher at Chamberlain High School
- Casey Kasperbauer '16, Men's Basketball Assistant Coach at University of South Dakota
- Bailey Moore '14, '15, Adult Manager at Deloitte
- Sarah Schneider '18, '22, Resident Physician at Vanderbilt University Medical Center
- Mekko Bear Killer '22, Project Aware Social Worker/Counselor at Little Wound School
- Corey Christianson '14, Researcher at The Journey Museum and Learning Center
- Rachel Reinert '16, '17, Special Education Teacher at Valley Crossing Elementary, part of South Washington County Schools
- Ben Selbo '19, Prosecutor at Maricopa County Attorney's Office
- Elliot Zadow '15, '17, Science Teacher/ Assistant Football Coach at Humboldt Unified School District
- Lucas Holden '15, '16, Audit Manager at Eide Bailly, LLP
Learn more about the recipients at www.usdalumni.com/connect/30-under-30.
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