Jim Naumovich

Jim Naumovich '85
naumovichJim Naumovich ’85 is currently in his 10th year as the Commissioner of the Great Lakes Valley Conference—the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country and home conference to Quincy University.  He is currently the longest tenured commissioner in the league’s 32 year history and has led the expansion of the league from 11 to 16 teams during his ten years as commissioner.

Linda Moore

Linda Moore '81
mooreIn 1994, while serving on the St. Louis Sports Commission, Linda Moore capitalized on an opportunity to join the Olympic movement which eventually took her to the 1996 Olympic Games.  She facilitated Olympic Festival events in both St. Louis and Denver prior to the Atlanta Games before moving to San Diego and landing her dream job with ESPN.

David Lakine

David Lakine '89
lakineFollowing graduation, David Lakine relocated to St. Louis and began working as a substance abuse counselor for two years before joining Faith House—a home for young children who were prenatally exposed to drugs or were born to substance-abusing parents. Lakine served as the deputy executive director for fifteen years before joining the Northside Community Center as director of their DREAMS program.

Scott LeMaire

Scott LeMaire M.D. ‘88
lemaireScott LeMaire is a professor of surgery and molecular physiology and biophysics and the director of research in the division of cardiothoracic surgery at Baylor College of Medicine.  In addition, he is a member of the cardiovascular surgery service at the Texas Heart Institute at St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital in Houston, Texas.

Joseph Pusateri

Joseph Pusateri '81
jopusateriAfter graduating from Quincy in 1981, Joseph Pusateri moved to Chicago where he worked as a studio musician and live performer in a number of projects.  Throughout the 1980’s, the multi-instrumentalist’s talents became in high demand for many nationally-recognized artists, bands and ensembles.  Pusateri moved to Los Angeles in 1989 where he worked as a session player and also drummed with the band “BET”; a supergroup comprised of bassist John Entwistle (The Who), guitarist Jeff “Skunk” Baxter (Doobie Brothers, Steely Dan), and vocalist Mickey Thomas (Starship, Elvin Bishop).