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Jennifer Hersman Lando
Jen is anxious to return to running her law office (which represents children with autism and
other special needs)—where, Jen says, “at least I know what I’m doing!”
Since moving back to Atlanta, GA, Liesl Scheer Dana has been a stay-at-home mom of boys Jack and Finn. She recently started a business, the Happy Burping Company, which specializes in
baby gifts (www.happyburping.com).
Michael Judd and his wife welcomed a third child, Emma, in July 2005. Michael says, “I am working my ass off and missing college days.”
Alicia Lightfoot Campbell and husband Christopher welcomed son Yates on February 15; he
joins sister Aislin, 2. Alicia loves being home with the kids and doing some international adoption
work for the Home for Little Wanderers.
The Grammy Foundation and MusiCares appointed Scott Goldman VP of both nonprofit organizations. As a senior partner, he’ll be responsible for development activities and sponsor relationships that fund a wide range of programs and services. Scott is a longtime fundraiser for nonprofits in California.
Adam Throne married Ronette Bloom in Atlanta, GA, in July. They met in NYC two years ago and discovered they attended the same summer camp in 1982. Joining them at the wedding were William Purcell ’94 and wife Tricia (themselves newly wed), Clint Koenig, Stacey Epstein, Eric Drotch, and Gary Boas. After vacationing in Quebec, the couple visited Marla Melito and husband Andy Fogel in Saratoga, where they also admired Skidmore’s brand-new Northwoods Apartments. Adam, a four-year veteran of the NYC public school system, now teaches English in the Atlanta Fulton County school system. He remembers a time when he vowed he would never return to the South and says, “I’ll never say never again!”