Lawrence Goldman ’84, a prominent figure in international development, has dedicated his career to enhancing education in impoverished regions in Asia, Africa, and Central America, currently serving as the Regional Education Director for Asia and the Pacific at FHI 360. Inspired early by interactions with Nobel Peace Prize laureate Muhammad Yunus, Goldman’s journey has spanned various roles in international organizations, notably rebuilding education systems in post-conflict nations like Afghanistan, and advocating globally for developmental and educational initiatives.
Nick LaBrocca had been a standout at CBA and Rutgers University and had an illustrious MLS career that began with the Colorado Rapids in 2007. It included stints at Toronto FC, Chivas USA, and culminated with the Chicago Fire in 2016. Having played over 250 games and accumulating nearly 20,000 playing minutes, LaBrocca’s highlights had included scoring the 10,000th MLS goal, being selected as an MLS All-Star in 2011, and winning various team awards.
Sean Duffy, a distinguished financial advisor affiliated with Stifel Nicolaus, has notably served Christian Brothers Academy as a trustee from 2002-2016, learning and contributing to stewardship in the LaSallian tradition. His extensive career includes hosting a unique financial radio program and engaging in impactful community work, underscoring his Hall of Fame recognition.
Timothy John Sewnig, a native of South Chicago, embarked on a diverse journey from attending Mendel Catholic High School to serving in the Peace Corps in Morocco. Later, with teaching as his calling, he moved to New Jersey, teaching Religious Studies at Notre Dame High School and subsequently at Christian Brothers Academy. Over two decades at CBA, Tim engaged in various roles, from teaching and coaching to moderating clubs and spearheading service trips. With humor and passion, Tim’s dedication to education and service remains unwavering, eagerly anticipating many more years ahead.
MARK J. ROWAN