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Nicole Hemmett Griffiths gave birth to her third son, Matiss, in February 2007. He joins brothers Wesley and Evan. Says Nicole, “I continue to enjoy life at home with them and my part-time home-child-care business. I also teach stroller aerobics and Roc-n-Tots at our local YMCA.” Husband Erik is employed by KAPL as well as the Navy Reserve. They live in Greenfield Center, NY.
Brad Saks and Kate Cosgriff ’02 have relocated from NYC to Minneapolis, MN. Brad has opened a regional office for AEG Live, a large concert-promotion company. Kate, who received her graduate degree from Columbia University, is a licensed social worker in Minneapolis.
Allyson Salinger Ferrante is a PhD student in comparative literature at the University of Southern California. Her dissertation compares several texts of Caribbean literature with Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities and explores the individual’s imagination and cultural self-determination. She is married to film composer Joe Ferrante and loves the southern California lifestyle (despite fond memories of digging through snow to get to class at Skidmore).
Meghan McGurk married Victor Quintanilla on Long Island on September 29, 2007, with several Skidmore alumni in attendance. The couple met at the Yale Physician Associate Program, from which they both graduated in 2003. Meghan (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a physician assistant at the Yale-New Haven Breast Center.
Jonny Woodring opened Jonny’s Pies, a specialty bakery in Philadelphia, PA, after a long search for the right location. He and partner Max Power are up very early every morning making “creampies,” their specialty. Jonny invites anyone in the area to come try one.
Alyssa Porter Griffin and husband Ryan welcomed son Cian on March 14, 2007. Alyssa is a stay-at-home mom to Cian and German shepherd Quinn in Boston, MA.