Madeleine Welsch '17 is an illustrator and motion-graphics artist who spent the summer at the prestigious
artist's retreat in Sitka, Alaska, where she experimented with animation and new techniques
for visual storytelling and was also interviewed on local radio about her interest in images of food and agriculture.
Gabriella Stern '13, co-founder of Skidmore's garden, is the publicity manager for the GrowNYC farmer's market association. She previously managed its regional fresh-food distribution
centers, known as Greenmarkets, in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Manhattan. [read more]
Punster Laura Fralich '11 was a farm educator for AmeriCorps and Cultivating Community and now teaches landscaping
and gardening in Portland, Maine. But she more widely known for her veggie-themed activism T-shirts—"Kale not jail," "If you don't carrot won't happen"—on Etsy. [read more]
Julie Congress '08, Ryan Emmons '08 and Jen Neads '08 co-founded No. 11 Productions. Their world-premiere Friends Call Me Albert, recently at NYC's Access Theater, dramatized the life and theories of Albert Einstein
through puppetry. Emmons directed, Liz Richards '07 stage-managed, Neads set-designed,
and Congress and Alison Novelli '09 performed. [read more]
Annica Lydenberg '00, who studied type at Cooper Union and sign-painting in San Francisco, now owns the
Brooklyn-based Dirty Bandits typography and illustration firm. And she designed this
summer's specialty Red Sox cans for Budweiser beer. [read more]
Daniel Chernov '83 was recognized by AsiaLaw as one of Thailand's 2017 Market-Leading Lawyers in dispute resolution and litigation.
Chernov is a managing partner of Siam ADR, a Bangkok-based firm supporting foreign investors in Southeast Asia.