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Winter 2004

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Who, What, When

Centennial spotlight

On campus

Faculty focus

Arts on view



Class notes



After 30 years in law enforcement, Roger Fulton ’81 is moving on to new pursuits. He welcomes e-mail at Roger@RogerFulton.com.

Janet Christie-Oginz ’84 has spent 20 years happily running her own financial, tax, and business consulting firm—Oginz & Associates in New Hampshire—which focuses on helping small businesses. Janet has seven grandchildren, ranging from age 1 to 20. A founding member of North Shore Women in Business, Janet loves living by the ocean with her “best girl, Libby the Labrador.”

Renee Moore ’01 is working for a labor union and pursuing an MAT at Johns Hopkins University. She was on hand for the fifth annual Solomon Northup Day: A Celebration of Freedom, an event she founded in 1999 that has been officially recognized by Saratoga’s City Council and recognized by the Smithsonian Institution for inclusion in a traveling exhibition. A board member of Saratoga’s League of Women Voters and NAACP chapters, Renee can be reached at rmoore9@nycap.rr.com.

Dianne O’Donnell ’01 is founder and CEO of Walking Tree Baskets, a gift-basket business taking orders online (www.walkingtreebaskets.com) and via hardcopy catalog. She also volunteers part-time at a local not-for-profit business incubator.


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