Actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin are making the headlines, but the federal indictment outlining a massive college admissions scheme that was unsealed Tuesday includes the names of dozens of other parents who find themselves in legal trouble for doing a little too much to help their kids get into college. Here’s who they are, according to the 204-page indictment unsealed Tuesday and media reports:
Gregory Abbott and Marcia Abbott — The “founder and chairman of a packaging company for the food and beverage industry, and the former chairman and CEO of a private-label clothing manufacturer.”
Gamal Abdelaziz — A former Las Vegas gaming executive who previously worked for Wynn Macau and MGM Resorts International.
Diane Blake and Todd Blake — Diane is “an executive at a retail merchandising firm” and Todd is an “entrepreneur and investor.”
Gordon Caplan — The co-chair of mega law firm Willkie Farr & Gallagher and the The American Lawyer’s 2018 Dealmaker of the Year.
I-hsin “Joey” Chen — A California resident who operates a “provider of warehousing and related services for the shipping industry.”
Gregory Colburn and Amy Colburn — Gregory is a doctor in Palo Alto.
Robert Flaxman — CEO and founder of Crown Realty & Development, a real estate firm.
Elizabeth Henriquez and Manuel Henriquez — Manuel is the “founder, chairman, and CEO of a publicly traded specialty finance company based in Palo Alto, California.”
Douglas Hodge — Former CEO of Pacific Investment Management Co. Bloomberg got him on the phone to talk about the scandal. He said, “I can’t talk right now.”
Felicity Huffman — An actress who most notably starred in Desperate Housewives.
Agustin Huneeus Jr. — An “owner of vineyards in Napa, California.”
Bruce Isackson and Davina Isackson — Bruce is president of real estate firm WP Investments.
Michelle Janavs — A “former executive at a large food manufacturer formerly owned by members of her family.”
Elisabeth Kimmel — A Las Vegas and La Jolla resident and “owner and president of a media company.”
Marjorie Klapper — A resident of Menlo Park, California, and the co-owner of “a jewelry business.”
Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli — Loughlin is an actress best known for her role on Full House and Giannulli, her husband, is a fashion designer.
Toby MacFarlane — A former “senior executive at a title insurance company.”
William E. McGlashan Jr. — A “ senior executive at a global private equity firm,” and the guy behind the Rise Fund, a social impact fund he co-founded with Bono and Jeff Skoll, eBay’s first employee.
Marci Palatella — CEO of Preservation Distillery in Kentucky.
Peter Jan Sartorio — A “packaged food entrepreneur.”
Stephen Semprevivo — An executive at Cydcor, a “privately held provider of outsourced sales teams.”
Devin Sloane — The founder of aquaTECTURE, a water-focused investment firm in Los Angeles.
John B. Wilson — The president of private equity firm Hyannis Port Capital and a former executive at Staples and Gap Inc.
Homayoun Zadeh — A dentistry professor at USC.
Robert Zangrillo — CEO of Dragon Global, a private investment firm in Miami.
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