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Scott Goldman is a senior VP of development at the City of Hope in Los Angeles, where he has worked for 15 years fundraising in the music industry. Last summer he produced a two-day music festival in Lake Placid, NY, that featured Los Lobos, Little Feat, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Rosanne Cash, Rodney Crowell, and Steve Forbert.
Sondra Katz recently left Broadway in Boston after 13 years as VP and general manager. After a brief period of rest and relaxation, she is now a theater consultant at the Huntington Theatre Company, which is in the midst of constructing a new pavilion that will contain two new theaters and two rehearsal halls adjacent to the Boston Center for the Arts. Sondra is seeking other work as well and queries, Anyone hiring?
Christiane Wiese Wyckoff is in her third year of teaching gifted 4th- and 5th-graders in Marietta, GA. She and husband Kurt have three children: Spencer, 16, a junior at a magnet school for math, science, and technology; Camden, 12; and Virginia, 9.