Timothy McCarty, PhD’11, and Sabine von Mering, associate professor of German and women’s and gender studies at Brandeis, have collaborated on a book, “Right-Wing Radicalism Today: Perspectives From Europe and the U.S.” The book grew out of a conference held at Brandeis in 2009 and organized by the Center for German and European Studies, which von Mering directs. Timothy is a visiting assistant professor of government at Franklin & Marshall. McCaela Donovan, MFA’11, teaches acting at Dean College in Franklin, Mass., and starred in Harold Pinter’s “The Lover” at the Bridge Repertory Theater of Boston. A four-time Independent Reviewers of New England nominee, she has performed with the American Repertory Theater, SpeakEasy Stage Company, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company and Berkshire Theatre Festival, among other companies. Anna Guelzim, IBS MBA’11, joined Wilson Sporting Goods as a global marketing manager for the company’s tennis division. She previously managed global marketing campaigns for Rockport shoes at Adidas. Tim Mather, Rabb MS’11, is the chief information security officer and VP of security and compliance markets at Splunk, which provides big-data intelligence software. A longtime information security practitioner, Tim served in senior roles at RSA Security, Symantec, VeriSign and Apple. He has co-authored two books on security: “Cloud Security and Privacy: An Enterprise Perspective on Risks and Compliance” and “The Executive Guide to Information Security: Threats, Challenges and Solutions.” David Zadok, IBS MBA’12, and a partner founded a startup called SplitMyTaxi, which allows users of its mobile app to find other taxi riders who want to travel to the same destination.