USM's storied history of superior academics and supportive community have developed numerous notable alumni. Here, we feature some of those illustrious alumni, and share their stories of personal and professional growth and success. Check back for more alumni being added soon. If you know an alumni who should be featured, please contact our Alumni Office.
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Bruce Lee '81
Great things happen when great minds come together. This is evident every day within our School community, as members dedicate themselves in so many ways to supporting the educational development of our students while contributing to the vitality of USM.
The new Bruce '81 and Jennifer Lee Community Room will be an asset for all at USM–a place where parents and other community members mingle, connect with teachers, exchange ideas, and share more than a passing hello at drop-off and pick-up.
From stage to screen, there may not be a more talented and accomplished actor in the world today than Mark Rylance '78. The three-time Tony Award winning thespian earned the 2016 Best Supporting Oscar for his role in the Steven Spielberg-directed Cold War thriller "Bridge of Spies", as he continues to bolster his resume as one of the very best character actors. Rylance will also star as the lead in Disney's "The BFG", another Spielberg film, in July 2016 while continuing to shine as a stage actor.
Whether facing the Fed Challenge as a USM student or tackling global issues as a member of the Uber executive team, Gus Fuldner '00 has always relished solving complex problems. Fuldner, a senior director and global head of insurance with Uber, a ridesharing app that provides transportation to users in nearly 500 cities in the U.S. and abroad, has helped pass more than 40 state laws and changed regulations in many other countries that have allowed each Uber ride to be insured. As a result of his efforts, Fuldner was named Business Insurance's 2016 Risk Manager of the Year.
Recognized as "one of the top boys in his class" from this days at Milwaukee Country Day School, to his time as a technology pioneer in Silicon Valley, Dick Kramlich MCDS '53 has made an incredible impact throughout his academic and entrepreneurial career.
A visionary venture capitalist who has been involved with 10 companies that have grown from the start-up or near start-up stage to accrue market value in excess of $1 billion, Kramlich was recently inducted into the inaugural class of the Global Silicon Valley Hall of Fame in 2015.