Where Are They Now? The Class of 2016

This past spring, the Indiana Iota chapter graduated four brothers. They are already dearly missed in our chapter but we are nonetheless excited to see them venture out and begin their lives after their undergraduate studies. They are now spread out across the country, but will always have a home back in Valparaiso. Below is an update on where these four members moved to and what they are now doing.

Nathan Hopper 

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Brother Nathan Hopper started his career on June 1st at WBNG-TV (a CBS affiliate), in Binghamton, New York’s News Leader and weather authority, as a full-time meteorologist/reporter. Nathan forecasts for the Twin Tiers every weekend and the newscast is then broadcast across southern New York and northeastern Pennsylvania as well as streamed online. During the week, Nathan reports on news stories as they happen around Binghamton and the surrounding area.

Jacob Schlosser 

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Brother Schlosser has moved back to his hometown of Springfield, Illinois where he is working with the Illinois Senate Republican Staff in District Planning and Member Services. More specifically, Jacob is drafting constituent letters, compiling event lists for our members, and supporting eight Republican senators connect to their voters.

Chris Sosnowski 

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Former chapter President Chris Sosnowski works in the marketing department at Angie’s List in Indianapolis. Specifically, he works in budgeting, search engine marketing (SEM), and with Angie’s List TV ads. As an employee of Angie’s List, he is part of the Orr Fellowship, which is an Indianapolis based, two-year program for new graduates. The Fellowship is great for networking, getting involved in the Indianapolis community, learning from prominent business leaders, and learning entrepreneurial skills.

Atolo Tuinukuafe 

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Brother Atolo Tuinukuafe is entering the materials science PhD program at the University of Alabama. He will be working on research to support new methods of detecting, assessing and preventing structural damage in buildings, dams, and bridges. This summer, Atolo has been riding his bicycle all over Washington state, while also doing plenty of hiking and even competing in a triathlon.