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301 E. 47th St., #19N
New York, NY 10017
Ross Freedman is
in Chicago, where he recently traded in his promotion copywriters shorts
and T-shirt for the starched world of mutual-fund marketing management at John
Nuveen and Co. He is looking forward to a trip East in early spring to see friends.
earned a masters in library science from Rutgers University last May. While
a student there, she was president of the student chapter of the American Library
Association and was presented one of two class service awards. Sharon is now an
adult-services librarian at the Monroe Township (NJ) public library.
married Katherine Lansbury 91 on Oct. 30, 1999. Jonathan is a marketing
director of Link Orthopaedics, an implant manufacturing company in Pine Brook,
Heidi Heusner married
Andrew Holt 91 on Oct. 2, 1999. They live and work in the Boston
Florida resident Scott
Higuera is a buyer at Champs Sports. He saw Stu Finley 91 at
a preseason Patriots game in Tampa. Scott plans to attend Reunion.
married Robert Rowan on May 30, 1999. In attendance were Jon and Liz Gudwin
Kolsky, Rodney and Nicole Hosler Twells, Laurie Maher,
Ray and Augusta Miner Martin, Sam and Gail Paley Fox, and Bill
91 and Krysia Syska Shull, Sloane Merl. Lisa is director of
publicity at Planned Television Arts, a subsidiary of Ruder Finn Public Relations,
in NYC. Robert is a commodity trader on the New York Merchantile Exchange.
Daniel Hollman graduated
from the University of Notre Dame Law School in May 1999 and is now an associate
with a Manhattan firm.
Sam and Heather Irvine
Capuano live outside Saratoga Springs. Heather is close to completing a masters
in public administration from the Sage Colleges in Albany.
Deborah Jacobs is
executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union in New Jersey. Her job
has more to do with fundraising than litigating.
Amy Josephthal Fleischer
lives in Norwich, VT, with husband Chip and son Daniel, 1. Amy is a psychotherapist
in private practice and a lecturer with the department of psychiatry at Dartmouth
Medical School. She is pursuing advanced training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy
After graduation, Paul
Viguerie attended proprietary trading school and later traded for Tudor Investment
Corp. In 1997, he registered as a CTA and started Viguerie Investments with $1
million. According to Futures-Cedar Falls, a publication of Futures Communications
Co. Inc., by the end of 1998, those assets increased to $3.5 million and, as of
October 1999, he was up to $14 million.
Andrea Wolfson graduated
from the French Culinary Institutes classic culinary arts program in Soho,
NYC, and loved it. She married Scott Stone on Oct. 25, 1998, in Glen Cove on Long
Island. "I was lucky enough to have a few Skiddies in attendance Alexandra
Tolan, Meghan Kennedy, and Stephanie Schwartz," says Andrea.
Scott is an alumnus of Northwestern University and is now with News America Marketing.
The couple lives in Stamford, CT.
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Johnny Carl Bullington
Ellen De Boer
Margaret Draesel Anastas
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Bradford W Goven
Margarita M Kodogiannis
J Eric Miller
Deborah Anne Rosenthal
Randi Rose Trupin
110 E. 13th St., #6B
New York, NY 10003
Robbie Anning married
Dulany Cain on April 10, 1999, in Hobe Sound, FL. It was a lot of fun catching
up with Brewster Jennings, Natasha MacNaughton, Lizzie Nichols,
Gabby Kreisler, Christy Snow-Johnson Moynihan, David Hummel
89 , Ellis Hummel 90, and Rodney Twells 90. A
year ago, Natasha opened a clothing store called Annies in San Francisco.
Whitney Romoser Savignano and Robbie are now cousins by marriage (she and
Dulany are second cousins), and it was great to have her do a reading. Steve
Angel was a groomsman. Hillary Schupf 93 and Courtney Morris
93 also added to the wedding weekend. Gabby is director of program and policy
at one of the oldest NYC child-advocacy nonprofit organizations. Dulany and Robbie
are enjoying married life in Cincinnati, and get to New York to see her sister
Debra Asher married
Anthony Zitrin on Aug. 6, 1999.
highly recommends travel in Israel, where he and wife Rosalie spent two weeks
and had an amazing time. Scott is a specialist on the floor of the Boston Stock
Exchange for Fidelity Investments.
married Chris Grosso 89 on Oct. 22, 1999. Kristin works in pharmaceutical
sales at Bayer Corp.
Matt Dylan Clark
is married and living in Boulder, CO, working on a Ph.D. dissertation in anthropology.
Chris Combs is an
FBI agent and lives in Washington, DC.
Lauren Cony has
been living in San Francisco since 1993. She went to the Conservatory of Music
in San Francisco and got an M.M. in piano accompaniment. She now teaches about
30 piano students and does a lot of freelance work, plus recitals for her own
enjoyment. She saw Miriam Newberger Hacker, who visited San Francisco for
a few days with husband Josh.
Last April, Glenn and Missy
DeFiore Warner moved to Leesburg, VA, and built a house, which they moved
into in September.
In Dallas, Carla DiGiorgio
says she acts like she is still in college but has a decent job to support all
the fun. She is a knowledge-management consultant at PriceWaterhouse Coopers,
where she does research, competitive intelligence, and helps manage internal information
and assets. She went to Rome last summer. Carla takes dance lessons tango
is her dance of the moment.
Stephen Doff married
MaryLynn Hartmann on June 20, 1999. Scott Bornstein was best man. The Doffs honeymooned
in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. They are both foreign language teachers in Howard
County, MD MaryLynn, the department chair, teaches French and Spanish at
Murray Hill Middle School in Laurel, and Stephen teaches Spanish at Centennial
High School in Ellicott City.
In Burlington, VT, Joshua
Doxsee is a pilot for Business Express AirlinesDelta Connection. Before
that, he flew in Alaska for six months. He loves Burlington and has seen many
Skidmore people there, such as Christina Mitchell and Amy Thompson.
Josh would like to reach Ken Ratcliffe.
After taking some time
off from her doctorate program in clinical psychology, Julie Emmerman is
finishing an internship at the University of Colorados Counseling and Psychological
Services. A Boulder resident for over five years, she races mountain bikes at
the pro level, is sponsored by Gary Fisher and Saab, and is involved with the
International Mountain Bike Association and local trail and land access issues.
Sue Evangelista Moore
vacationed in Hilton Head, SC, with Amanda Mildonian Scherger, Jennifer
Kett Mildonian 90, and husbands. Sue recently met new additions to the
Skidmore family: Jacob, son of Jeff and Christine Lynch Berg; Mackenzie,
daughter of Tom 92 and Chris Polizzi Cochrane 90; and
Chelsea, daughter of Mark and Jen Henry Weaver. Sue ran into Cynthia
Robinson Sandler while coaching field hockey.
Todd Faber lived
in Miami for eight years, where he was prosecuting child abuse cases. When he
got married last fall, he and wife Jen moved back to Boston, where she teaches
elementary school and he is director of corporate development for the Massachusetts
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. Todd keeps in touch with Mallory
Fuller, who has two daughters and lives in Minnesota, and Deb Lazar Galant,
who lives in NYC with her two sons. Through Mallory, he hears about Tripp Buckley,
who recently graduated from medical school and is probably ready to perform surgery
on anyone lacking the proper intelligence to say no to him.
is an account manager, handling temporary staffing needs at Credit Suisse First
Boston in NYC. She attended Kristin Carbones October wedding at the Hall
of Springs in Saratoga and Marcela Peralta Hoehns wedding last year.
She often sees Tim 91 and Kara Thornwall Stansel, who have
a daughter, Kaitlin, 1.
Joe Frame lives
in Buckley, WA, a little town about 50 miles southeast of Seattle. He teaches
in middle school and coaches baseball. Joe married Penny Marie Visnaw in February
97 and one year later (to the day), little Brock Anthony was born.
In London, Alex Griffin
has been preparing for an art show in Chelsea.
Patrick and Martha Gruppe
Cunningham have two children Alexandra, 3, and Nicholas, 1.
teaches fifth grade in Roslyn, NY. She spent last summer taking courses and enjoying
her summer timeshare in Southampton.
Andrew Holt married
Heidi Heusner 90 on Oct. 2, 1999. They live and work in the Boston
Allison Kelley Lutch
spent three years on the Mexican border teaching English, two years in the Peace
Corps in Belize, and is now in Bamako, Mali, West Africa, where she teaches at
an international school for English-speaking students. She enjoyed a dinner in
New York with Hope Coppinger, Eric Handman, Robin Meyers,
Todd Steadman, and John Zerbarini.
married Jonathan Greenwald 90 on Oct. 30, 1999. Earlier in October,
Kate completed a horticultural internship at the New York Botanical Garden in
In NYC, Jill Lytle
is finishing up her first documentary.
Krista Matsen married
Robert Paterson on May 22, 1999, in Balestrand, Norway, outdoors beside the Sognefjord.
After the wedding, they spent two weeks traveling in Scandinavia. Two weeks later
at a reception in Connecticut, Krista spent time celebrating with Missy Donnelly
and Heather Kranz. Krista and Robert are in the process of purchasing a house
in East Granby, CT.
Morgan Miller lives
in Philadelphia but keeps an apartment in New Orleans.
Justin Model completed
an M.B.A. at Fordham, along with Spencer Goldin 93 and Michelle
Califano 90. He runs into a lot of people, including Craig Zolan,
who is president and counsel as well as co-founder of University Ventures, Courtney
Pulitzer, who writes a weekly column called the Cyber Scene and runs her own
public relations shop, and David Magdol 92, a venture capitalist.
Justin completes his term on the alumni board this year and remains active in
the NYC alumni club.
James and Deirdre Mullen
Heck announce the birth of Tristan Robert on June 10, 1999. Big brother Aleric,
2, enjoys having a baby brother. So far the cats are more jealous than he is!
Alan Osetek and
wife Julie live in Marlboro, MA, with son Alex, 2. They see a few of the old Skiddie
crew from time to time. Alan gives the scoop on some: Craig "Peanut Butter"
Ekedahl plays flag football with Mike Viane on Sunday afternoons in
LA. Eric "Kooch" Karch 90 moved into a new house in Plymouth,
MA. It is rumored that Mike Sampson 92 has become quite a golfer in his
old age (shoots in the low 80s). Jason "Scratch Master" Brown 92
purchased a house on Long Island. Erik Kuja 93 moved to Boston, where he
is training for a black belt in karate.
married Colin Hoehn on Sept. 12, 1999, in Marblehead MA. Kristin Grosso and Jamie
Mann 90 were bridesmaids. Stephanie Fabian gave a stellar performance
as a reader during the ceremony. Chris Grasso 89 and Susannah Blass
90 represented Skidmores legendary party reputation very well on the
dance floor. Marcela and Colin bought a house on the South Shore of Boston. If
anyone is in the area, look them up in Cohasset.
Amy Samson and Wesley
Flinn were married on July 10, 1999, in an outdoor ceremony in the Berkshires.
Sarah Sims 92, David Greenberg 92, Helene Schneider
92, Emma Hanson 93, and Marc Woodworth 84 attended.
Amy and Wes relocated to Eugene, OR.
Jessica Sawyer OConnor
paints and sculpts out of her lower east side studio. Sister Holly Sawyer
95 lives just a few blocks away, and they bond on the soccer field at least
once a week. Tiphany Yokas and Amy Quatromoni recently visited Jessica.
Tiphany moved to Grand Rapids, MI, where she is associate brand manager for convenience
foods at the Kellogg Company.
Laura Ann Schroback
Schmitz and husband Stefan, a microelectronic engineer at IBM, have two children
Stefani, 3, and Robby, 2. Laura Ann is vice principal at a Poughkeepsie,
NY, high school. She mourned the loss of our own youth at a Jamaican resort and
recommends its therapeutic value. She welcomes e-mails at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Perri Shapiro is
assistant director of student activities at Boston University. She owes her career
path to the guidance of Residential Life staff Lisa Kiely and Don Hastings and
the head resident experience. She attended the bris of Alexander Benjamin, son
of Greg and Amie Shapiro White. "Alex is absolutely beautiful!"
Claudia Sironi does
a lot of traveling as senior director of international merchandizing for Ralph
Last January, Allison
Staton traveled to South Africa (for fun). She has been sharing her experiences
from that trip at various adult-education programs around Boston. She was also
promoted to deputy director of policy at Health Care For All.
Amy Ritz Drescher
has retired to be a housewife and mom. She had a terrific summer with husband
David and sons Sam, 4, and Henry, 2. All three Drescher boys are begging for a
daughter and sister. The boys want to name this future sister Reggie, the name
of Wendy Rices horse. Amy also sees Hanna Cashman Calcagni
and Karen Hagstrom Lutz and recently visited Karolyn Buckner Micheels,
husband Brian, and their adorable new baby Lucas. Amys e-mail is email@example.com.
She would love to hear from Alix Argall Meystre and Midge Raymond.
Amy Singer works
at Arnold Ingalls Moranville, the San Francisco office of Boston-based Arnold
Communications. She works mostly with .com clients.
About three years ago,
Rich Wartel sold a home health care company that he helped start and traveled
cross country for three months. After that, he began working for Cardinal Health,
a Fortune 100 pharmaceutical wholesaler in Columbus, OH. Last month, he got promoted
to head up the business development group for pharmaceutical product management.
He had a great time with Scott Blick, Jon Koutcher, Andy Hurvitz
90, and Dave Backal 90 at their annual get-together in Atlantic
City. He would love to hear from some of the old crew and can be reached via e-mail
has been living in Minnesota, outside Minneapolis and St. Paul since 1994. He
received a masters in social work in 1997 from the University of Minnesota.
He and wife Michelle have a daughter, Nicolle, 3. Michael is a family court mediator
and evaluator for Hennepin County Family Court Services and loves the daily challenge
of helping resolve child custody and visitation disputes. He is also working towards
his LICSW. He keeps in touch with a number of people, and the last he heard, Dave
Sack was in the middle of a career change in Boston. He would love to reach
Ed Porter. Please write him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ive been living in
NYC since graduation, working mostly as a fundraiser for nonprofit organizations
and recently took a number of months off to travel through Europe and Asia. I
felt I was away for so long only to come back to find that my dear friends are
still doing great at the ripe ol age of 30.
Mity Lenahan Fowler
7833 Stanford Ave.
St. Louise, MO 63130
plans to defend her dissertation results this spring and complete a Ph.D. in counseling
Clark Hermes married
Anne Dudley on June 19, 1999, at the Old Meeting House in Portland, ME. Clark
is a Peace Corps volunteer, and Anne works at Ryan Swanson and Cleveland. After
a kayak trip in the San Juan Islands, the couple settled in Seattle.
earned a masters in early childhood and elementary education from Bank Street
College and now works at the Museum of Modern Art in family programs. She plays
football with Jim Kramer, Naomi Vladeck, and David Miner
married Tasha Brough on Oct. 23, 1999. Christian is an associate at the NYC law
firm of Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel; Tasha is manager of corporate communications
and public relations at the Estee Lauder Companies.
Kristin Tang married
Mike Marston on July 24, 1999, in Vail, CO, on the Frankie Tang stage at the Gerald
Virginia Will married
Tim Russell at Trinity Church in Boston on Aug. 28, 1999.
605 Middle St., #3
Braintree, MA 02184
Julie Armour married
Thomas Jones on Nov. 6, 1999. The couple works at the Ketchum publication relations
firm in New York, where Julie is an account supervisor, and Tom is vice president,
both in pharmaceutical marketing.
Jon Burkan received
an M.B.A. from Vanderbilt University in May. He now lives in NYC, where he works
for an Internet company. Jon celebrated the Fourth of July with Stephen Hattwick
and Randall Grace 94 at Randys Texas ranch.
earned a masters in physical therapy in May from Arizona State University.
In July, she and Darcy McAlister spent a weekend in Saratoga with Matt
95 and Caroline Orr DAbate. In September, she visited Seth
89 and Amy Judelsohn Gordon in New Rochelle.
Tom Caruso is director
of the new national tour of Master Class.
Shane Diekman is
a first-year doctoral student in health behavior and health education at the University
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
In October, Didi Linburn
attended a fundraiser for SMART, a San Francisco-based nonprofit of which Jennifer
Goldstock Wright was executive director until she and husband Michael
moved to New York in November. Michael Hauser, Chris Henry 91,
Dave Levine 91, Jeff Snyder 91, Kimber Hirsch
92, and Charlotte Riggs 94 attended also. Also in October,
Didi ran and completed the Portland, OR, marathon to benefit the Leukemia Society
of America. Brewster Crosby 92 ran the final eight miles with her.
After completing an M.S.
in exercise physiology at the University of South Carolina, Christopher McArdle
moved to Arizona, where he is a project manager with a medical computer systems
company and an exercise physiologist. He took the summer off to motorcycle around
the country and collect his thoughts before beginning medical school at Kirksville
College of Osteopathic Medicine.
married William Boone on Aug. 21, 1999. Maria is a floral designer at Cass Flowers
in Watertown, MA, and William is a business systems analyst at Brown Brothers
Harriman and Co. in Boston. The couple settled in Brookline after a wedding trip
to Nevis and Anguilla.
married Margo Alexander on Oct. 10, 1999, on Marthas Vineyard. Shep is president
of Vineyard Vines, a clothing company in Greenwich, CT; Margo teaches kindergarten
at Greenwich Country Day School.
Kelly Silberg Weinberg
earned a masters in social work last May and is now a child and family therapist
and director of an afterschool program in Maryland.
Julie Stone teaches
third grade in a NYC public school. She would like to hear from Schoeni Wolfe
Ian and Stephanie
Thorson Reynolds announce the birth of Gavin James on April 29, 1999. The
family resides in Annapolis, MD.
Shafia Zaloom married
Brian Neece on July 25, 1999, at Viansa Winery in Sonoma Valley, CA. Skiddies
who attended were Ben Boyd, Lauren Craig, Michael and Jennifer
Goldstock Wright, Sarah Healy, Scott Kefer, Darcy McAlister,
and Charlotte Riggs 94.
126 Valley St., #2K
Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591
After Skidmore, Sarah
Adams spent four years studying veterinary medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
On March 1, 1997, she married Julian Lewis and now lives and practices in coastal
In August, Julie Finigan
married Corrado Dal Forno in Rome, Italy. Skiddies who attended were Abby Charbeneau,
Amy Chick, Zon-Wei Cheng 93, Alicia Samios 93,
Alisa Feinstein Davidoff 93, Alicia Lightfoot 93.
Sherie Gillman married
James "Wally" Barge on July 5, 1999, at the New York Botanical Garden.
Shannon Small, Meredith Eastman, Linda Schneiderman, and
Samita Ahluwalia were bridesmaids. Other Skiddies in attendance were Amy
Munichiello, Tony Reidy, Becky Saravay Crespi, Vicki Tisch,
Josh Weiner, and Chrissy Dempsey. The Barges live in Hartsdale,
NY. Sherie teaches second grade in Larchmont, and Wally is a project manager for
Allison Groom is
director of client services at Eisnor Interactive, a NYC-based agency that specializes
in offline promotions for online brands such as Reebok, Polaroid, and thestreet.com.
left Blue Sky Studios in New York for San Francisco and is now at Pixar Animation
Studios, where he worked as technical director on Toy Story 2.
Rebecca Klein is
assistant athletic director, girls varsity basketball coach, and middle-school
art teacher at the Watkinson School in Hartford, CT. She and husband Jason Qua
recently bought a home in Hartford.
Suzanne Klein is
a residential staff member at Showa University, a Japanese college in Boston.
Beth NeJaime married
Scott Casavant on May 22, 1999. Michele Badeau was maid of honor, and Becky
Woolbert was a bridesmaid. Melissa Raff Goldberg, Amy Pollack Hall,
and Jennifer Case Callahan also attended. Beth and Scott live in Framingham,
MA, where Beth teaches third grade and Scott is a foreign-exchange analyst for
Sylvia Stoner is
a member of the cast of Master Class.
married Matthew Smith, a financial advisor, in August 1998. Catherine earned a
masters in physical therapy last May, passed the PT boards, and became a
licensed physical therapist. She works at the Eddy Cohoes Rehabilitation Center
for geriatric rehabilitation in Cohoes, NY.
31-63 33rd St., #23
Long Island City, NY 11106
Rachel Braude, who
interns at an elementary school in South Central LA, expects to finish the M.S.W.
program at USC in May.
works for an insurance company in Atlanta, GA.
In August, Jen Carchi
traveled to Costa Rica to visit her former ESL students and help start an English
school. She now teaches sixth grade in NYC and is pursuing a triple masters
in elementary education, bilingual education, and special education at Mercy College.
Chad and Melissa Coates
Carmichael announce the birth of Sabrina Anne on May 29, 1999. Earlier in
May, Melissa completed a B.S.N. at New York University. The family resides in
New Providence, NJ.
After a brief but telling
stint in the corporate business world, Alison Flesch came out of the creative
closet by starting a garden-design business. Based in LA, Route to Roots has completed
12 gardens and has 12 more waiting in the wings. Alison conducted research in
New Hampshire while visiting Cindi McBain Taylor.
Laura Forlano lives
in Bologna, Italy, where she is studying international economics at the Johns
Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.
Dave Ghent married
Maria Cevera at Longfellows Inn and Restaurant in Saratoga Springs on Oct.
2, 1999. They honeymooned for a week at Sandals Golf Resort on the island of St.
Cory Gillette married
Jeremy Rinzler on Aug. 7, 1999. Cory received a masters degree from
the University of Pennsylvania and now teaches third grade in Brooklyn, NY. Jeremy
works at Creative Technologies New York in Manhattan. Skidmore alumni at the wedding
in Westport, MA, were Garth Altenburg, Peter Baron, Adam Clay,
Ed Galton, Karl Schwarz, Jordan Ramer, Marc Sulkin,
Jessica Tredeau, Emily Weinberg, Esther Odita 94, and
Jordan Sulkin 98.
Lynette Johnson Piper,
husband Tyrone, and daughter Aliyah announce the birth of Asiyah Lenise on July
18, 1999. Lynette is a media buyer in NYC for McCann-Ericksons consolidated
buying group, LCI. She purchases local TV and radio for Buffalo, NY, and Wilkes
Barre and Scranton, PA. Some of the accounts she works on are General Motors,
Nestle, Lipton, and Lowes.
Sarah Mikesell married
Garrett Growney in June in Kennebunkport, ME. Skiddies at the wedding were Sybil
Harcourt, Beth Kulpa, Erin Postl, Cat Singer, and Lucy
Stinson. The couple resides in Tempe, AZ, where Garrett is in his second year
of business school. Sybil earned a masters in public health and is now manager
of a disease-management program at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
Michelle Noel married
Eric Furlong on July 18, 1998.
Heather Pace married
Douglas Lewis on July 17, 1999. Heather teaches in the Mansfield, MA, public schools.
Scott White is in
his final year at the University of Pennsylvania getting his M.F.A.
Mark Wolkstein is
getting his M.B.A. at Carnegie Mellon.
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Please call us at 518-580-5600
if you have an address for a "lost" classmate:
Katharine Chandler Blodget
Nina M Del Favero
Karen Schwarz Bellig
Corrina Sue Snook
Catherine Ann Zbailey
80 Gold St., #4D
New York, NY 10038
Kara Eidell attends
Massachusetts General Hospitals Institute for Health Professions for an
M.S. in speech and language pathology.
Eric Goss spent
a year in Ketchikan, AK, volunteering for Americorps VISTA. He handled publicity
and student recruitment for the adult education center. In his spare time, Eric
hosted a show for the community radio station and managed to get in some mountain
climbing when it wasnt raining (Ketchikan gets an average of 224 days of
rain annually). In November, Eric planned to return to Washington, DC.
In May, Amy Lamb
will complete a masters in marine biology from Boston University.
also expects to complete a masters, hers in early childhood education from
Boston College, and she hopes to teach first grade.
Colin Moore is a
staff assistant for the director of the international relations center at Harvards
Kennedy School of Government. He is excited to have the opportunity to explore
government from a different perspective after spending two years at the Massachusetts
Jodi Siegel married
high-school sweetheart Edward Sharon on July 15, 1999, in Westhampton, NY. The
couple honeymooned on the French Polynesian island of Huahine.
Arisleyda Urena Grullon
will earn a masters degree, then pursue at Ph.D. at Teachers College.
Last fall, Teri Wise
ran into Bridget Devine at opening night of Boston Ballets Firebird
and the Princess and the Pea. Bridge works in the costume shop for the
ballet and helped sew hundreds (maybe thousands) of jewels on the firebird costume.
At the opening, Teri chatted with Bridget, who told her that Jill Provost
moved to NYC and is staying with Linda Leonard. Teri had brunch with Brian
Ostrowski when he visited from Washington, DC, where he works for Unisys and
is still a member of the National Guard.
is an assistant account executive at Grey Advertising in NYC.
married Jason Friedman on June 20, 1998. Johanna teaches high-school English in
124 Wednesday Hill Rd.
Lee, NH 03824
Last May, Amy Berkley
earned an M.F.A. in photography from Cranbrook Academy of Art. She is now an editorial
intern at Aperture in NYC.
Matt Bonaguide and
fiancée Missy Compeau are pursuing acting careers in NYC. They have
been involved in a series of original short plays called Americana. Missy
is producer, Allison Mattera 98 directs, Brian Cronin is writing
some of the pieces, and Matt is acting.
Justin Demola married
Jaime Berlant on July 3, 1999.
Isabelle de Trabuc
teaches kindergarten at the Buckley School in NYC. She is also pursuing a masters
in at the Bank Street College of Education.
Liza Haas spent
two months backpacking in Europe with Rena Siwek. She is now living in
Amelia Island, FL, where she does mural painting and faux-finish work.
Latasha Hasty is
a research technician at Memorial-Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
Ian Johnson teaches
art and coaches soccer and basketball at Saint Thomas Moore School in Oakdale,
Gina Kapustin received
her M.S.W. from NYU and is now a therapist for Greenwich House Childrens
Chad Kasdin will
be an associate in the law firm of Hinshaw and Culbertson after graduation from
law school in May.
Bret Lagasse is
manager and soon-to-be owner of a two-store rental center in New Haven, CT, and
directs plays and musicals throughout the year at his old high school in Madison.
He recently directed The Importance of Being Earnest and will finish the
season with The Heidi Chronicles and Guys and Dolls.
Jamie Lake is still
in school at the University of Illinois, working toward a degree in law and higher-education
administration. She spends summers working on the administrative staff at a camp.
After three summers interning
at Chase Manhattan Bank, Tony Llano joined the management training program
in 1997 and is now assistant treasurer in the credit card group of the consumer
banking division. When not working, he golfs and reads and recently accepted a
position of member-at-large on the Skidmore Alumni Association board.
Sara McKenna moved
to Ridgefield, CT, and works for a management consulting firm in Stamford, CT.
She attends Quinnipiac College school of law in the evenings.
Ren Messina was
last seen working on a llama ranch in Wyoming, where she trained llamas to act
as pack-mules for hikers who dont want to carry their stuff. She also continues
to pursue a writing career by way of supplying copy to the Go network. She gets
paid to make up and pass on the jokes we all receive as forwards on e-mail.
Hillary Palm Twigg-Smith
and husband Kina announce the birth of daughter Kaeli Sara on July 11, 1999, at
their home in Colorado. In September, the family moved to Vermont.
A graduate student at Texas
Tech University, Eric Prensky is getting used to 10-gallon hats and pick-up
Sarah Puffer married
Justin McCarthy in October 1999.
Susan Rivers moved
to New Haven, CT, to start a Ph.D. program in psychology at Yale University.
Quin Robertson attends
Florida International University in Miami for a masters degree in coastal
has done a variety of things since graduation. She taught at an Albany dance school
and aerobics at a local gym. She then worked in a daycare facility and as a nanny.
She returned from a trip to Europe and plans to live in the Worcester, MA, area.
Jennifer Sokol resides
in Miami Beach, FL, where she is the orchestra library fellow for the New World
Symphony, Americas orchestral academy. She was the librarian for the Spoleto
Festival USA Orchestra in Charleston, SC, last spring. She was also the head librarian
for the Breckenridge (CO) Music Festival, including the Breckenridge Music Institute
Orchestra and the National Repertory Orchestra, last summer. She began her second
season with the New World Symphony this fall, and invites anyone in the south
Florida area to stop by.
Megan Sullivan attends
Tufts University, working toward a masters in classics.
Jennifer Toran Sargent
and husband Jonathan live in northern Virginia, where Jennifer works at a consulting
firm and goes to graduate school part time.
2195 Everette Rd.
Peninsula, OH 44264
Meg Breuer is a
research technician in Skidmores biology department. Her poster won first
prize out of 200 entries at the annual meeting of the Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology
Fanya Engler, video
production associate at Myriad Productions in Saratoga Springs, played a key role
in editing and compressing seven hours of coverage of President Studleys
inauguration into a 16-minute video, which the president took on the road as she
introduced herself to alumni in cities across the country.
Eric Ferraris is
a Web developer for priceline.com. He lives in Stamford, CT.
attends the College of William and Mary and is an archival historian at the Library
of Virginia in Richmond.
After a year teaching in
Qufu, China, Ellen Hock returned to the States and teaches English to immigrants.
Deb Marino works
for Corporation Counsel in NYC and plans to attend law school in the fall.
Sarah Monkton works
for a native tribe in Anchorage, AK, in the field of Indian child welfare.
Since August, Luke Reusser
has been with the U.S. Geological Survey and the Southern California Earthquake
Center working on a project called LARSE II (LA Region Seismic Experiment II).
"I dont know if I will end up being a seismologist, but the past few
months have been amazing," he says. "I have worked harder and learned
more than I ever have in such a short period of time."
Jared Dokovna, and Elliot Wasser witnessed baseball history as they watched
David Cone pitch a perfect game at Yankee Stadium. It was only the 14th perfect
game in the history of modern baseball.
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Sarah Andrus is
having a great time living in Washington, DC, and attending Georgetown Medical
Amanda Bleich is
a trading assistant in equity derivatives for Société Générale
in New York City.
Amy Burk is a staff
accountant for Grant Thornton LLP in Boston.
married Jason Plumadore on July 31, 1999. The couple honeymooned at Walt Disney
World in Orlando, FL.
Last year, Seneca Clark
lived in London and worked for Esquire magazine. On the side, she bartended
at night for a pub in Leicester Square. Seneca moved to Boston in January.
Sarah Coleman is
a paralegal for Rogers & Wells in the Washington, DC, area.
Last fall, paintings by
Julie Comball were exhibited at the Spence School in NYC.
Kathleen Cowan recently
moved to Washington, DC, to pursue a career in publishing. She plans to enter
a masters program this year.
Fanny Delaunay is
an assistant account executive at BBDO, an advertising agency in NYC. Fanny worked
on the Gillette account for Mach3 razors, the ads for which came out in January.
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Social work major Jen
Ellis is an intern at Maryhouse, a homeless shelter for women and children
in Sacramento, CA.
This summer, Dan Fitzpatrick
worked at Skidmore under an AT&T summer fellowship grant building an online
course for the LS program. Dan now works for a technology company in Millbury,
MA, that specializes in software outsourcing and CD manufacturing. He is a graphic
designer and a Webmaster, but also works with the companys marketing team.
Following graduation, Adrian
Gray went to Iowa to begin preparations for the August 14 Ames straw poll.
Following this, he moved to Texas, where he is working on the George W. Bush for
President Campaign as regional political coordinator responsible for the Northeast.
is a mutual funds representative for American Skandia in Shelton, CT.
Kelly Jones married
Daniel Houck on June 19, 1999. Tracy Timmons-Gray 00 was a bridesmaid.
Jen Kahn is a research
assistant in the world payments and economic activity section of international
finance at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors in Washington, DC. Jens
main duties involve following Scandinavian economies.
Dana Kelley works
for Putnam Investments in Quincy, MA. She lives with Liz Nyman, who works
at a home design Internet company called Home Portfolio. Both have fun bumping
into Skidmore graduates in the Boston area.
Things are going very well
for class fund chair Lindsay Kern, who is in her first year of law school
at Seton Hall University in New Jersey. Lindsay is very happy to still be in school
and meeting many new people, but she is also looking forward to finishing up and
going abroad this summer.
Joanne Lefrak is
in the M.F.A. program at Montclair University in Montclair, NJ.
Ruben Medina is
a law student at Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark College, focusing
his studies on environmental law.
Brooke Miller is
a Ph.D. student at Mt. Sinai Graduate School of Biological Sciences. She is finding
out firsthand the joys and difficulties of living in NYC.
After traveling around
Nova Scotia for a month with Christy Coleman, Gabrielle Mitchell-Marell
moved to NYC and is a marketing assistant at Curious Pictures, an animation and
Suzy Obuck is a
personal assistant to a Brooklyn-based art appraiser. She enjoys living and working
in the City and is excited about the opportunities of appraising as a future career,
although a museum research position is equally possible. In addition to her work,
Suzy is looking into a contemporary art program in the city.
Ben Ormsbee works
at the Cascade Club, a five diamond resort in Vail, CO, and in sales at a ski
A third-grade assistant
teacher at the Latin School of Chicago, Emily Pick is exhausted at the
end of each day but loves working with kids and in the field of education.
Lani Radack is a
sexuality educator and professional education associate at Planned Parenthood
League of Massachusetts, working with kids in middle schools, high schools, and
lock-up facilities throughout metro Boston. She and her cat live in Somerville
with Marcy Bouley 96. Lani is considering graduate school for next
attends the Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, FL, earning a masters
Liz Roberts lives
with Katie Cunningham in Washington, DC, and works at the Troyer Gallery,
while applying to graduate schools. Liz has a new puppy, Lucy.
In July, Sara Ruback
joined the medicinal chemistry department of Albany Molecular Research Inc.
Wandy Santiago is
a human-resources specialist for the Boston Consulting Group Inc. Wandy is also
working on her professional certification in the field of human-resource management
and is applying to graduate schools for next fall.
Kate Savage is a
freelance graphic designer in Suffern, NY, but also keeps busy painting and creating
her own works on the side.
Joe Schaeffer is
a computer publishing coordinator for a number of school districts in Monroe County,
After travelling all summer
until the month of September, Nellie Soliman is relaxing and searching
for a job in NYC.
Amy Steele teaches
third grade at Pineville Elementary School, located near Charlotte, NC.
Returning to his homeland
China, Yang Wang is working in both Beijing and Shanghai for a TV commercial
and film production house called Pacesetter Pictures International. Yang spends
most of his time producing TV commercials for companies such as Sony and Unilever,
but he also works on the production of his firms first feature film.
Derek Weaver works
at SEI Investments, one of the top mutual funds services company in the King of
Prussia, PA, area. Derek sounds enthusiastic about his position, the people he
works with, and the area he lives in.
Tracy West works
for the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, conducting storm water research
in the Lake George basin. She works at the Darrin Freshwater Institute in Bolton
Matthew Wind is
working on a masters in teaching at Monmouth University.
Melanie Zalman is
ecstatic about her new job working as a museum educator at the Aldrich Museum
of Contemporary Art in Ridgefield, CT. Melanie oversees the student docent program.