Officials in Carson City, Nev., have promoted Darren Schulz, ’94 BSE, from deputy public works director to public works director. He has an extensive background in public works operations with more than 20 years of experience in administration, project management, civil engineering design and construction management.

Dr. Dawn Iwamoto, ’94 MED & ’98 EDD, is chief academic officer and provost of Education Corporation of America. The parent company of Virginia College, Golf Academy of America, Ecotech Institute and New England College of Business, ECA is headquartered in Birmingham, Ala. Dawn brings more than 30 years of experience in teaching and education administration. She previously held a leadership position for University of Phoenix. Dawn is also a consulting editor for the International Journal of Special Education and a peer reviewer for the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association and the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS).


Warren Sanford, '98 BSBA and '00 MPA

Warren Sanford, '98 BSBA & '00 MPA (photo above), has served the justice and municipal courts in Flagstaff, Williams, and Page since being appointed as Justice of the Peace Pro Tempore in 2001. Prior to his judicial appointment, Warren worked for NAU as administrative hearing officer for parking and shuttle services where he met his wife Kristen Coor as she was completing her doctorate in physical therapy.  Warren is a third generation citizen of Flagstaff.  His grandparents, John and Lola Allen, were teachers at Flagstaff High School, Emerson Elementary, and South Beaver.  Warren actively engages his passion for collaborative and restorative justice programs through community service and outreach.  He serves as a judicial panelist for Coconino County Victim-Witness DUI and Domestic Violence Impact Panels, and sits on the boards of the Flagstaff Leadership Program (FLP '03) and Citizens Against Substance Abuse.  Warren is a member of the Sons of the American Legion, Flagstaff Post 3, and Veterans of Foreign Wars Men's Auxiliary.  


Brian Seastone, ’94 MED

Brian Seastone, ’94 MED (pictured above), has been promoted to chief of police for the University of Arizona. University officials reportedly searched the country and found the best man for the job in their own backyard. Brian was previously the UA’s emergency preparedness manager and started at UAPD as a patrol officer in 1980. He replaces another Lumberjack, Anthony Daykin, ’97 MED, who recently retired.

Artist John Bradford, ’99 BFA, is pottery wheel instructor at First City Art Center of Pensacola, Fla. John has taken over the Tuesday night workshop, as well as a new Thursday night workshop for intermediate and advanced students only. He will also be hosting two teen pottery wheel workshops during the summer months. John has a pottery shop in Arroyo Seco, N.M.

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