Where Are Our Students Now?

Douglas Greenwood (1981) is an internet software consultant in Tahoe City.

Robert Greeson (1989) is a Fleet Implementation Officer in the U.S. Navy. Formerly a naval pilot, he now uses his physics background to conduct analysis on underwater acoustics.

Steve Grossberg (1992) is on a special assignment for the 2017-18 school year as district coordinator for online learning in the 4J School District in Eugene, OR. He usually teaches mathematics at Churchill High School in the district. From 2004-06 he taught high school mathematics, including International Baccalaureate courses, at the European School in Heredia, Costa Rica. Previously he taught math and science at Geyserville Educational Park, along with numerous courses for Sonoma State University’s PreCollege Programs.

Michael Grzesik (2000) develops infrared sensors at Teledyne Scientific & Imaging in Camarillo. He formerly worked on focal plane arrays capable of single photon detection at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. He earned a Ph.D. in physics at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell in 2009.

Brooke Haag (2001) is a STEM Evangelist at Microsoft in Washington state. She earned an M.Ed. at Harvard University in 2016. Before that she taught physics at American River College and Hartnell College. She earned her Ph.D. in nuclear physics at the University of California, Davis in 2009.

Milton Hagler (1985) from San Francisco, has lived in Vietnam since 1998. He is currently General Director of BriskHeat Vietnam doing manufacturing. Previously he was an entrepreneur and founder of Corigo, Inc. He earned an MBA from the University of Hawaii, Shidler College of Business in 2013.

Zee Betty Hakimoglu (1975) is President and CEO of ClearOne Communications. In 2007 she won Frost & Sullivan’s 2007 Audio Conferencing CEO of the Year award. Formerly vice president for product line management of Oplink Communications in San Jose, she earned an M.S. in physics at Drexel University in 1979. She was chosen as one of SSU’s Distinguished Alumni in 2011.

Daniel R. Hale (1996) is the chair of the physical sciences department at Folsom Lake College, where he teaches physics and astronomy. He earned an M.S. in physics at Michigan State University.

Luke Haley (2011) is global transformation manager at Keysight Technologies in Santa Rosa. He earned an MBA at California Southern University in 2018.

John J. Hall (1980) is teaching middle and high school science and math in Sonoma County. He earned his teaching credential at SSU in 1998 after working as a thin film design and project engineer at Optical Coating Laboratory, Inc., Santa Rosa for 15 years.