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Catherine Burke-Plumadore is a third-year grad student in history at Syracuse University, teaching ancient, medieval, and modern history.
Amanda Bleich is director of West Coast sales for Hollywood Media Corporation in Los Angeles, CA. She travels often to Orange County, San Diego, and Seattle.
Melanie Zalman McDonald is enjoying the country life in Jaffrey, NH. She is director of education at the Sharon Arts Center, where she implemented and runs the summer youth camp program. She and husband Chris, a home inspector, have two fun-loving dogs and aspire to getting some two-legged children. She invites alums to contact her at email@example.com.
Katherine Cunningham Wilker and family welcomed the birth of their second baby, Oliver, on February 8.
Barri Budin and Hilary Rosenman recently launched Madison Harding, a contemporary woman’s shoe line. The shoes will be sold through retail stores and online and will be featured in Lucky, Daily Candy, and Nylon magazines. Check out their Web site at www.madisonharding.com.
Kristin Haynes McNally lives and works in western Massachusetts. She is a full-time clinician and art therapist, working with incarcerated, troubled adolescent girls. She says, “Here’s to making a difference somewhere out there!”
Lindsay Miller McCormack (Lindsay.firstname.lastname@example.org) and husband Mack welcomed daughter Rosemary in September 2006. Lindsay says she is filling out nicely and smiling a lot, which makes the broken nights much easier. Rosemary has already met Liz Nyman, Erin Kuns, and Dan Manchester ’00. Lindsay loves living in England, and especially having the option of a yearlong maternity leave!
Luis Alicea (email@example.com) is pursuing a master’s in secondary science education in chemistry at Teachers College at Columbia University.
Bill Caleo’s acapella comic musical Minimum Wage previewed at 45 Bleeker Street in Manhattan in September. It opens on October 20. Bill (firstname.lastname@example.org) has been working for three years, performing parts of it in Montreal, Dallas, New York’s Fringe Festival, and on Nickelodeon. He is co-producing the show Aruba Productions, which staged The Lion King and Forever Plaid. For info and tickets, visit www.burgerboys.com. Bill encourages classmates to give him a heads up if they plan to come. “If you drink, I’ll buy you a stiff one afterward. If you don’t, I’ll buy you an ice-cream cone.”