Victoria C. Fisher, '80 M.A. Education, is principal of Rorimer Elementary School in La Puente. She received the 1994 Milken Family Foundation National Educator Award.

Brian Kito, '80 B.S. Business Administration-Finance, is the proprietor of the oldest shop in Little Tokyo-the Fugetsu-do Confectionery Store on First Street.

Amanda Aguirre, '81 M.A. Home Economics, was named director of college services for South Yuma County. She is the former executive director of the Western Arizona Area Health Education Center.

Fannette Downie, '81 B.S. '91, M.S. Nursing, received a Family Nurse Practitioner certificate from the University of Southern California in 1994.

Nancy Acord, '82, was promoted to president of Favorite Nurses, a national supplemental staffing agency that provides nursing and health-care staff to hospitals, nursing homes and industry.

Daniel W. Kwong, '82 B.A. Political Science-Public Administration, was appointed national campaign adviser by the National Republican Senatorial Committee.

Eric Luthi, '82 B.A. English, has opened his own law office in Monrovia.

Ralph Valle, '82 B.A. Physical Education, is the new coach of the East Los Angeles College wrestling team.

Blandine R. Leavitt, '83 B.A. Psychology, is currently finishing her dissertation. She is a licensed marriage, family and child therapist and resides in Oregon with her husband of seven years.

Rosario Marin, '83 B.S. Business Administration-Marketing, is one of six winners of the 1995 Kennedy International Mental Retardation Awards. She is mayor pro-tem of Huntington Park and has led a nationwide battle to bring equality and dignity to people with developmental disabilities.

Jocelyn Bayle Sanchez, '83 B.S. Business Administration-Marketing, an advertising account executive for American Cablevision in South Pasadena, won the Sunland-Tujunga Chapter of Business and Professional Women's Young Careerist award.

Andrew Carney, '84 B.A. Music, after undergoing major surgery, continues to play his trumpet and is -performing, writing and recording better than ever.'

John Koegel, '84 M.A. Music, is an assistant professor of music at Nebraska Wesleyan University.

David Craft, '85 M.S. Health Care Management, teaches at Los Angeles High School.

Suzanne Gage, '85 B.A. Art, is the executive director of Progressive Health Services and Holistic Health for Women in West Hollywood.

William Bamattre, '86 M.A. Political Science, was named interim chief of the Los Angeles Fire Commission.

Barry Gordon, '86 B.A. Political Science, former Screen Actors Guild national president, is running for the U.S. Congress in the 27th District.

Charlene Jung, '86 M.B.A. Business Administration, is West Covina city treasurer.

Jesse Mandujano, '86 B.A. Child Development, is working for Century 21 Union Realty.

Mark R. Miller, '86 B.S. '90 M.S. Criminal Justice, wrote a training manual for police, Police Patrol Operations.

Chinedum C. Nathan, M.D., '86 B.S. Medical Technology, graduated from Loma Linda University School of Medicine in 1994. He is a board member of Good Shepherd Home Health, Inc.

Dennis Yokoyama, '87 M.S. Psychology, has been named director of legal research and writing at Southwestern University School of Law.

Pat Fitzgerald, '88 B.S. Business Education, recently purchased Skateland in Whitter which has been in business since 1955.

Freeman House, '88 B.A., is an orchestra, strings, and guitar instructor at Huntington Park High School.

Nitzam Matzkevich, '88 B.S. Engineering-Electrical, is the diversity coordinator for Chevron Petroleum Technology Company.

Edward G. Sugar, '88 B.S. Business Administration-Marketing, was appointed director of marketing and market research for the Pine Company, Santa Monica.

Allen H. Clason, '89 M.S. Business Administration-Finance, is the founder of Quest Financial Services, a company that helps small and medium-sized companies with mergers, acquisitions and divestitures.

Andrew L. Lagravinese, '89 B.S. Fire Protection Administration and Technology, is a loss control consultant for a major insurance company.