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Individuals featured in third round of 125 Faces of DePaul

​​​​Nov. 1, 2022

This gallery is part of DePaul's 125th anniversary celebration, commemorating more than a century of engaging, diverse and global learning, service to the community, outstanding athletes, groundbreaking leaders and a strong commitment to the university’s Vincentian mission. 

On Sept. 9, Newsline announced the start of DePaul's 125th anniversary celebration​. Part of the year-long festivities is honoring the 125 Faces of DePaul. Those honored showcase a diverse group of innovative leaders, individuals challenging societal norms, groundbreaking STEM experts, those who exhibit Vincentian personalism, artists, life-long learners and record-breaking athletes.

Today, DePaul is featuring the third and final group of faces on the anniversary website. To learn more about the honorees’ career accomplishments and their impact, and to see historical photos, click on the photos below.​

Abdul-Malik Ryan, assistant director of religious diversity and pastoral care and Muslim chaplain, Division of Mission and Ministry

Aminah Al-Deen, professor emeritus, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences

Ann Dowd, actress

Cindy Summers, former associate vice president and interim vice president for Student Affairs

Richard J. Daley and Richard M. Daley, DePaul alumni and Chicago mayors

Dave Corzine, former special assistant to the director of athletics for community outreach

Diana Vines, highest scoring basketball player in DePaul history and academic instructor at Illinois Board of Education

Dick Heise, Successful businessman, CPA and chairman of the Board of Trustees

Dick Triptow, standout Blue Demon basketball player, author and educator

Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, former vice president for administration

Eldred C. Strobel, former department chair, Driehaus College of Business

Ilse Arciniega, current student and College Connect program assistant

Jaime M. Andrade, Jr., Assistant House majority leader, IL House of Representatives

Jenan Mohajir, senior director of student leadership, Interfaith Youth Core

Jessica Sarowitz, CEO of 4SBay Partners and Steve Sarowitz, founder and chairman of Paylocity

Joe Mantegna, actor

Joe Wilhoit, four-sport athlete and only Blue Demon to play Major League Baseball

John C. Reilly, actor

John M. McCann, former sports publicity director

Lynn Narasimhan, professor emeritus, College of Science and Health

P.J. Byrne, actor

Phyllis A. Gregg, senior executive assistant to the president

Rami Nashashibi, co-founder and executive director of the Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN)

Richard Ryan, former associate dean, School of Continuing and Professional Studies

Riley Reed, campaign associate, Youth Leadership Division, Jewish United Fund

Rod Strickland, men's head basketball coach, Long Island University

Samuel K. Skinner, attorney and of counsel, Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Sister Mary Kenneth Keller, first woman to earn a PhD in Computer Science

Tania Rodriguez, director of advising, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences

Thomas J. Murphy, professor emeritus, College of Science and Health

Title IX champions, Jean Ponsetto, Kate O'Brien and Arlene Limas

Victor Cacciatore, successful businessman

Victoria Romero, public health administrator, City of Chicago Department of Public Health