Amanda Detmer (B.A., theatre arts, '95)
made her professional acting debut in a made-for-television
movie. She has since appeared in several films, including
Big Fat Liar, The Majestic, and Saving Silverman.
Megan Seely (B.A., international relations,
'95) is the youngest woman to be elected president of the
California chapter of the National Organization for Women.
She also was elected as the first Young Feminist Coordinator
for California NOW. She directs the Service Learning program
at Sacramento City College.
Kelly Craighead Mullen (B.S., recreation
administration, '89) is the former deputy assistant to President
Clinton and director of the advance team for First Lady Hillary
Rodham Clinton. She served as trip director during Senator
Clinton's 2000 campaign and is now fundraising director for
HillPAC, the senator's political action committee in Washington,
Pugh (B.A., art, '83) began his career as a muralist
with a trompe l'oeil masterpiece on Taylor Hall on the CSU,
Chico campus. Since then, Pugh has painted murals on buildings
across the country; his work was recognized in Time magazine.
Mike Thompson (B.A., public administration
and economics, '82; M.A., public administration, '86) is a
congressman for California's First District. He also served
as a California senator for eight years.
D. Craig Young (B.S., business administration,
'79) is vice chairman and director of AT&T Canada. In 1999,
as CEO of MetroNet Communications, Canada's largest competitive
telephone company, he orchestrated the sale of MetroNet to
AT&T for $6 billion.
Russ Woody (B.A., broadcast journalism,
'79) is a consulting producer with Brillstein-Grey Entertainment,
a 1997 Golden Globe winner as co-executive producer of Cybil,
and a 1990 Emmy winner as writer and producer of Murphy
Sandy Lerner (B.A., international relations,
'75) is co-founder of Cisco Systems, Inc. and former director
of computer facilities for the Stanford Graduate School of
Business. Lerner, founder of Urban Decay cosmetics, funds