Zo‘ Vose Morsette 73 is working on a series of ethnic masks for the Juilliard School of Music theater department. She is also collaborating with a team of artisans to build yet another Pumbaa the Warthog for the Los Angeles production of The Lion King. Zoe spent several weeks at the Dunham Studio in the lower Adirondacks last summer working on a giant replica of the city of Cincinnati circa 1935, to become part of the Cincinnati Museum Centers new permanent exhibit.
Brad Moody 96 has been appointed advertising designer for Palio Communications of Saratoga Springs. After entering a graduate program in Electronic Art at RPI, Brad worked for TMG Corporation, where he earned kudos for developing interface, CD, print, and video advertising for a variety of corporate clients including Siemens, Panja, Nortel, and Waters. Brad has also taught advanced computer art at RPI.
Kari Banta 97 graduated in May with a masters in comparative literature from the University of Texas at Austin.
Linda Berkowitz 98 has enrolled in a combined J.D./M.B.A.
program at Golden Gate University Law School in California. Linda
writes, My friends tell me that graduating from Golden Gate
versus Stanford or Berkeley is like graduating from CCNY instead
of Columbia the other lawyer thinks, uh-oh, street fighter.
Carol Freyn King 98 is senior consultant for KPMG in California, where she is heading an effort to implement a mortgage banking loan origination system for multiple clients in that state. She finds the project challenging due to the complexity of the company.
Margaret Landry 99 was set to begin a graduate marine-biology field experience, Ecology of the Deep Sea, with the College of William and Mary in January 2001. Margaret is working in the colleges biology department as a research assistant to the director of the hydrothermal vents laboratory.