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Maggie Kane ’13

Maggie is program quality coordinator for the St. Paul (Minn.) Public Schools Foundation, an AmeriCorps position. She’ll spend the next year coordinating tutoring programs that support literacy and math at the public schools, evaluating the success of those programs, and working with the resource library to assist tutoring partners.

Thomas Neubig ’76

Thomas is the new Deputy Head of the Centre for Tax Policy and Administration ’s Tax Policy and Statistics Division at the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). He will be working on the G-20 requested anti-Base Erosion and Profit Shifting global tax initiative.  Neubig has over 30 years’ experience as an economist in both government and the private sector. He has spent the last 20 years at Ernst & Young, where he founded and led a group of 34 tax policy economists, statisticians, and survey specialists. He eared his B.A. in economics from K and his Ph.D. in economics for the University of Michigan. The OECD provides a forum in which governments can work together to share experiences and seek solutions to common problems; works with governments to understand what drives economic, social and environmental change; measures productivity and global flows of trade and investment; analyzes and compares data to predict future trends; and sets international standards on a wide range of matters. Jane (Crane) Neubig ’77 retired from her social work position with Goodwin House. Jane and Tom will live in Paris for up to two years.

Zari Haggenmiller ’13

Zari serves as an AmeriCorps tutor and mentor in the Detroit Public Schools. What to do during her summer break was not a problem for Zari. She is a leader for Teen Treks, an adventure biking and hostelling program based in Buffalo, New York. As part of that leadership role she keeps a blog, in which she mentions Kalamazoo College and memorable Kal-Haven bike trek. Leadership is in Zari’s DNA. She served as a President’s Ambassador her senior year and is a Class Agent for the Class of 2013. Of particular interest in her blog is her long and liberal arts-ish list of interests, and the fact that she’s been attending bike mechanic classes.

Paul Joseph Carpenter ’49

Paul died on March 6, 2014. He served with the U.S. Navy in the Pacific theater during World War II, and his war experiences precipitated his lifelong advocacy for peace and justice. After the war he graduated earned his B.A. in sociology from K and then earned his Master of Divinity degree from Union Theological Seminary in New York City. His thesis advisor there was the noted theologian Reinhold Niebuhr. Paul was ordained in the Community Baptist Church of Montgomery Center, Vermont in 1954. He also served American Baptist churches in Cleveland and Norwalk, Ohio. He was granted standing in the Congregational Church (known today as the United Church of Christ) in 1962, and he served UCC churches in Parkman, Brecksville, and Youngstown, Ohio, where he was instrumental in establishing a chapter of Habitat For Humanity. At the age of 55 Carpenter returned to school, achieving a master’s degree in community counseling. He concluded his career ministering successfully to persons suffering with mental illness in the Youngstown community.