Nineties

90 Co-Class Secretaries: Margaret R. Judge, 21 Lessard Ave., Biddeford, ME 04805; Marjorie M. Patterson, 36 Green St., 2, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130; e-mailmarniepatterson@hmco.comClass President: Karen M. LaConte, 10 Brewster Terr., Swampscott, MA 01907-2012Next Reunion in 2000. James Ash is a guidance counselor at Westwood (Mass.) High School. He and several classmates had a fantastic time and mini-reunion at David Hazlett‘s wedding last September…. Tim and Jennifer Yakey-Ault now live in Windsor, Conn. Tim is a sales coordinator for New England Bakery Distributors and Jennifer is finishing her master’s degree at Springfield College…. Margie Austell has earned her real-estate license. She and husbandFrank Barbieri ’87 live in Arizona…. Jennifer Beggs Van Belle and husband Ron, both at London Business School, recently had a visit from Karen Andersen…. Sarah and Michael Bell live in Japan, where he works for the Bankers Trust of New York…. Cathy Boosales still lives in the Poconos and manages a Polo Ralph Lauren factory store…. Tina Brickley, still working for Digital Output magazine in Atlanta, attended Traci LaRosa‘s wedding last fall….Emily Brown completed her master’s degree in counseling psychology at Lesley College last spring…. Andrea Bueschel continues to enjoy living in San Francisco and working at a small educational consulting firm in Palo Alto. She reports sightings of classmates Andy Smith,Hani Durzy, Bob Keenan, and Bill Binan, all of whom live in the Bay area…. Susan Carrier, with her Ph.D. in chemistry completed at the Univ. of Minnesota, now works for GE Superabrasive in Columbus, Ohio. She would love to hear from other Batesies living in Ohio…. Connie Chaplan has begun work on her master’s degree in public administration at the Univ. of Washington. She attended Ellen Nam‘s wedding on Cape Cod…. Living in Norwell, Mass., Romalda Clark Blanchard works for Dunbar Educational Consultants Inc…. Rachel Clayton‘s band, Chapter Inverse, performs regularly in the Boston area….Kathy DeRaspe is a social worker at Youth Alternatives Inc. in Portland…. Amy Dohertyteaches composition at the Univ. of Michigan. She reports that Christy Swartz also is in Ann Arbor, working at the University Hospital…. On the farm in Hebron, Pete Doucette has bought a standardbred mare, “Bonny,” who has already given birth to one foal, “Sweet Tooth.” Pete and wife Jeannine (Kane ’92) plan to have Bonny bred again this past winter….Maggie Easton is a third-year student at New England College of Law…. Adrienne Ehlerthas completed her M.S.L.S. degree at the Univ. of North Carolina/Chapel Hill…. Tom andBetsy Dodds George are happy in Seattle, where Tom is an assembly manager at a plastics company that molds parts for Boeing and Betsy has started massage therapy school…. In New York, Kate Godin is a writer in the advertising department of Macy’s. She also made a short documentary film about women’s images in popular media that was screened at the fourth International Documentary Conference and Film Festival in Melbourne, Australia…. Eric Heyke works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange…. In the Washington, D.C., area,Regina Gutierrez Inguilli is a speech-language pathologist. She keeps in touch with Peterand Cathy Meoni Lucas in San Francisco and Kristin Stockmayer in Boston…. Laura Hillier is the director of health promotion for the Charles County Department of Health in Maryland…. Living in Portland, Ore., Lauren Holden is the European advertising manager for Nike. She, Maria Kourebanas, and Leslie Spencer-Wellott decided to “just do it” and ran the New York Marathon together this past year…. Richard Hollis has earned his J.D. from Drake Univ. Law School in Des Moines, Iowa…. At Mayo, Gilligan and Zito in the Hartford area, Christopher Huck is an associate in the litigation department…. Chris Johnson still enjoys skiing in Maine while working at Sunday River…. Rochelle Johnson is ABD with her Ph.D. in English at Claremont Graduate School, where she earned her 1993 master’s in English…. Peggy Judge is the manager of compensation and benefits at Cole Haan in Yarmouth…. Karen LaConte has been promoted to investment services officer at Fleet Bank in Boston. As we all know, she’s been working hard to raise money for the Bates Annual Alumni Fund so don’t be shy about sending your 1997 contributions to her (deadline June 30), especially since the Class posted record improvement in the 1995-1996 Fund…. Kathy Leafand husband Mark Tokarski asked Thomas Kugeman III ’89 and Jennifer Eifrig to be godparents to their son, Cameron…. Moving to sunny San Diego, Stephanie Mairs still practices real estate and environmental law…. Shawn Moran is in Tokyo, where he is a securities broker and vice president of Diana Securities America…. James Ash and Jeff Cook’89 were groomsmen at Spencer Ordway‘s wedding and were recruiting for his family-run camp up and down the East Coast this past winter…. In Boston, Marjorie Patterson is an acquisitions editor in the trade and reference division at Houghton Mifflin Co. Her husband, Moncrieff Cochran, is athletic director and teacher at Thompson Island-Outward Bound, also in Boston…. Daniel ’88 and Anne Pettigrew Woodruff live in Alaska, where she is a nurse in a neonatal intensive care unit…. At the christening of Paul II, son of Paul and Kim Rodick Guardino, were Jamie Maloney and Beth Blanchard Soule…. Dan and Elise Rodrigues Record, with children Matthew (4) and Kathryn (1), enjoy the great outdoors in the White Mountains. Dan is a elementary school counselor and a high school tennis coach….Natalie Searle Wrightson is coordinator of academic services at the Community College of Vermont. She has completed her M.Ed at the Univ. of New Hampshire…. Drawing on his experience with Bates TV, Craig Shibley is now a TV news reporter in Anchorage, Alaska….Christopher Sokoloski has finished his master’s in art history at the Univ. of Massachusetts/ Amherst. He then began formal training as an art conservator. Chris suggests to Dave Al-Chockhachy that he “wear a Bates sweatshirt on Baywatch now and then to get us a little publicity.” How about it, Chokes?… Bethany Spitzer Prunier teaches ninth-grade English at Souhegan High School in Amherst, N.H…. At Stephanie Stergiou Ferro‘s wedding, Andrea Bueschel sang at the ceremony…. In Washington, D.C., Kristin Stewart is completing her master’s in health services administration and policy…. In the Seattle area, Sarah Stone is a children’s librarian…. In Wilmington, Del., Andrew Tait teaches high school math at a private day school…. Ed Travers works at the Chic
ago Mercantile Exchange…. Last but not least,Norm Williams was admitted to the New York Bar last September.
91 Class Secretary: Pamela M. Batchelder, 350 W 85th St., Apt. 64, New York, NY 10024Class President: A. Tracy Talbot Spencer, 1900 S St. SW 104, Washington, DC 20009Next Reunion in 2001. We boasted the largest returning class at Reunion last June and had a great time with the classes of 1990 and 1992…. Pam Batchelder works at St. Bartholmew’s Church in New York City…. Kyra Belcher continues with her job in the library at Dana Hall School…. Working as an ad agency production manager, Madeline Belliveau loves life commuting by ferry from Marin to San Francisco…. In his third year of teaching science, Ian Bleakney says he’s “learning from kids who have been deemed uneducable and worthless by Uncle Sam and the state of California.”… Danny Blum is an editor on The Journal of International Law at Case Western Reserve Univ. and plays Ultimate Frisbee on Cleveland’s club team…. Living in Chelmsford, Mass., Beth Bonner teaches in a full-inclusion fourth-grade classroom and takes postgraduate classes in elementary education…. Andrea Brennan Ayres works in corporate finance in New York City…. Bob Browning writes, “Like all people with a master’s degree in history, I am working as … a full-time swim instructor!”…Sean and Susan Arnold Carnegie “beg for visitors” in Tucson, where Sean is a programs officer in the Arizona Department of Corrections. Susan is taking prerequisite courses to enter the Univ. of Arizona’s accelerated second-degree B.S. in nursing program…. Susan Casey MacDonald keeps busy with her new daughter, Allison…. Leah Ciappenelli recently completed the Boston-to-New York AIDS ride, biking 300 miles alongside 3,000 riders….Mike Clarke attended the wedding of Matt Hays ’90 in St. Louis, Mo, where he saw Matt’s classmates Ivan Clatanoff and Ron Theriault.… Scott Clough is a first-year resident at the Children’s Hospital Medical Center in Cincinnati, Ohio…. At the Univ. of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law, Corrine Coburn Nikolenko is a first-year student. She and husband Sasha spent last spring in Russia visiting with his friends and relatives…. Tammy Colman‘s third-grade class in Baton Rouge, La., is busy taking care of its pet tarantula and rabbit…. Gordon Dean makes “edutainment” software for children. Recently in California he saw the first bald eagle hatched in 100 years…. Homeowners in West Chester, Pa., Kendra Sowers and Charles Dinklage are working to get the Bates Club of Philadelphia up and running…. Megan Falk Pickette spent last summer as a marketing intern at Johnson & Johnson…. In Maine, Kate Faragher is a published poet…. Becky Farr is a production coordinator for math, statistics, and physics books. She continues her volunteer work with the junior-high kids at her church…. Jennifer Farrell is a substance-abuse counselor in Manhattan…. While Christina Fasse is “digging in” for the last part of her clinical psychology doctorate in Chicago, she is thinking of moving to “sunnier climes.”… Carl Fey is an assistant professor at Stockholm School of Economics and Swedish School of Economics…. Chris Fisher, a professional cyclist, hopes to race in Europe for a Dutch team next season…. Liz Gillis attends Yale School of Nursing and sees Karen Gunn and Eddie Meloni around New Haven…. Emily Goff teaches first grade at Moses Brown School in Providence, R.I…. In Chicago, Mike Golden works in real estate…. Heidi Goodwin left for the Czech Republic in December to teach English in Prague…. Cynthia Gutmann has returned to the Lewiston-Auburn area as a social worker for children with behavioral problems…. Last September,Sharon Hartnett Hall and husband Kraig moved into their house in Chatham, N.J…. At Assumption College, Traci Higgins teaches statistics to “45 panicked students” in the psychology department…. In Brooklyn, N.Y., Lakin Hughes is studying to become a physician assistant…. Aaron Humphrey writes from Portland, Ore., where he is a lighting designer as well as holding down a “real job” coaching a kids’ ski team on Mount Hood…. At the wedding of Scott Larson and Amy Hutchinson last July, classmates attending the ceremony and the camping trip that followed included Laura Fried, Anne Gambrill James,Steve Moore, Karen Peterson, and Jill Uhlenhake…. “Trina” Janes works with international development grants at the Rotary Foundation. She and husband Said were fellow Peace Corps volunteers in Morocco…. Newlywed Jonathan Jordan is a real-estate attorney living in suburban Philadelphia…. Mary Kelly is the curriculum director of Salem State (Mass.) College’s Upward Bound program. She also coordinates an ESL language lab for Middlesex Community College…. Along with training for her second marathon, Estelle Lebeau is finishing her Ph.D. in chemistry at UNC/Chapel Hill. She “survived Hurricane Fran — barely.”… In January, Mary Lehman headed south for grad school at the Univ. of South Carolina…. Robin Levin Marshall works in the development office at the Bush School in Seattle, Wash. Husband J.K. is a “born and raised Seattlite.”… Laura Liolis Prewitt continues to teach Spanish at Concord (N.H.) High School…. In his doctoral program at Yeshiva Univ.,Adam Lynn specializes in geriatrics…. Fiorella Marchitelli lives in London…. Mary Marshall teaches eighth-grade English near her home in Falls Church, Va…. In New York,Kathleen McCarthy is the director of special grants at the Archdiocese’s office of development. Last September, she coordinated the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Dinner with guest speakers Al Gore and Jack Kemp…. In Utah, Don Medd is applying to medical school…. Christina Nelson Cook takes graduate classes in English literature and tutors first-year students in a developmental writing program at the Univ. of Cincinnati…. Jennifer Newton is a learning disabilities specialist at Northeastern Univ. She earned her M.A. in education at Simmons College in 1993 and a certificate in reading disabilities at Mass. General Hospital in 1994…. Living in Fairfield, Conn., Karen Peterson works for Hewitt Associates in South Norwalk. At the wedding of Laurie Edmond Nelson last September she joined Batesies Jim and Anne Gambrill JamesCaroline Smalley, and Robin Cohen ’90…. Ben Priest is a technical support manager at Charm Sciences in Malden, Mass…. Dean Putnamwrites from Paris, where he is working for his master’s in French through the Middlebury College program…. Gail Randolph Kisare, busy mom of two, also works on her M.B.A. and has moved to Columbus, Ohio…. In November, George Reese began work as a lead systems analyst for Carlson Marketing in Minneapolis. He designs Java database access systems for Web applications on the Internet. He al
so is Games and Gophers editor “on the side” for theJava Developer’s Journal and has been published in Java books: Web Programming with Java, Tricks of the Java Programming Gurus, and Java Unleashed. His own book, Database Programming with JOBC and Java, will be published this spring by Reilley and Associates…. In New York City, Lisa Rosene has a job in advertising and takes classes at NYU…. At another Batesie wedding, Elizabeth and Tim Shaw‘s guests included classmates Mike Golden, Stephen CassellJeff KubickAndrew and Melanie SachsJamie Maloney ’90,Amy Cutler ’90, Mark Peabody ’90, and Dave Kim ’93…. Adrienne Shibles coaches basketball and teaches undergraduates at Swarthmore College, where she works down the hall from fellow coach Ted Dixon ’90…. Roger and Lisa Comer Sion moved into their new house last fall. Lisa still works in advertising while Roger is with Andersen Consulting….Patricia Stevens Langley is in art school and reports that “all is well.”… Drummond andNicole Ellingboe Taylor live in Bethlehem, Pa. Drum attends law school and Nicole is an accountant in Allentown…. Martina Todd is a adult nurse practitioner in Nantucket, Mass…. At her wedding on the same weekend as Reunion (best excuse there is!), Veronica Toro de Pritchard‘s wedding party included Tracie Willis Franklin and Laura S. Mello. Veronica works at International Planned Parenthood, Western Hemisphere region…. Rob and Nancy Collins True live in Canton, Mass., and are house shopping. Rob works for a medical software company and Nancy is still with Adams Publishing…. Kevin Wetmore recently returned from Japan, where he researched a book on Japanese theater. He is on his way to becoming “Dr.” Wetmore…. Howie Young is in the internal medicine residency program at the Medical College of Virginia. His wife, Alicia Hughes, also is a doctor…. “I love my new life on the West Coast,” writes Adriana Zabarkes from grad school at Berkeley. Classmates in graduate schoolDanny Blum, Case Western Reserve Univ.; Megan Falk Pickette, M.B.A., Boston College; Christina Fasse, Ph.D., clinical psychology, Chicago; Carl Fey, Ph.D., economics, Swedish School of Economics; Elizabeth Gillis, R.N., Yale School of Nursing; Kirsten Gurtler, M.B.A., Johnson School of Management, Cornell; Trina Janes, M.A., management, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern; Mary Lehman, M.A., applied history, Univ. of South Carolina; Adam Lynn, Ph.D., clinical psychology, Yeshiva Univ.; Christina Nelson Cook, English literature, Univ. of Cincinnati; Corrine Nikolenko, McGeorge School of Law, Univ. of the Pacific; Stacia Oakes Johnson, M.S.W., Boston Univ.; Dean Putnam, M.A., French, Middlebury College; Lisa Rosene, M.S.W., New York Univ.; Timothy Shaw, M.B.A., Columbia Univ.; Drummond Taylor, Widener Univ. School of Law; Kristin Wolcott, School of Social Welfare, Univ. of California/Berkeley; Pamela Wunderlich, M.L.I.S., Univ. of Rhode Island; Adriana Zabarkes, M.B.A., Univ. of California/Berkeley. Graduate degreesKyra Belcher, M.L.S., Simmons College; Andrea Brennan Ayres, M.B.A., Darden School of Business, Univ. of Virginia; Bob Browning,M.A., history, Univ. of North Carolina/Greensboro; Scott J. Clough, M.D., Dartmouth;Cynthia Gutmann, M.S.W., Boston Univ.; Sharon Hartnett Hall, M.B.A., New York Univ.; Traci Higgins, ABD, cognitive psychology, Clark Univ.; Laura Liolis Prewitt, M.Ed., counseling, Univ. of New Hampshire; Mary Marshall, M.Ed., George Washington Univ.; Martina Todd, M.S.W.
92 Co-Class Secretaries: Claudia E. Goldstein, 504 W. 110th St., Apt. 8A, New York, NY 10025 e-mail cegl7@columbia.edu; Jesseca P. Timmons 81 Hancock St., Somerville, MA 02144-3140Class President: Jennifer M. Otis, 15 Blueberry Ln., Wells, ME 040990-4460Next Reunion in 2002. In Minneapolis, Kate Albright paints props for the Children’s Theatre Co…. Living in Park City, Utah, with Clifford Kip Van Valkenburgh and Sarah CarothersRobert Al-Chokhachy works in an outdoor sporting-goods shop. In free time he competes at Extreme Skiing events…. In San Francisco, Heather Ames is a cook at Hawthorne Lane, located near the Museum of Modern Art…. After living in Sweden for several years, Katarina Arvedson and husband Hiram Sibley ’89 returned to Maine, where she teaches English as a second language to fourth and fifth grades in Portland…. Jenna Bagley is “still studying hard ” in her last year at dental school. Last September she andKristen Downs were attendants at the wedding of Suzy Ross and Pat Connelly ’91…. In January, Tom Baird began clerking for a judge in the Arizona Court of Appeals…. Amy Basspassed her Ph.D. orals last May “with distinction” and spent the summer working for NBC. She teaches at SUNY/Stony Brook and works on her dissertation…. Kristen Belka now has her first “real job” as a guidance counselor at Wellesley (Mass.) High School…. FredericTed Bernhard, at business school in Washington, D.C., sees lots of Batesies includingFawn Johnson and Guy Stevens, among others…. Joel and Dalas Cook Bines have relocated from New York City to Fort Wayne, Ind. Joel works for a British publishing company and Dalas is involved in projects for her restaurant company in New York…. In Manchester, N.H., Milton Canotas is managing the Backroom Restaurant, his late father’s family business. He recently bought a home in the area and says, “It’s safe to assume I’ll be here for awhile.”… Timothy Collins was hired last August to teach English at Walpole (Mass.) High School, his alma mater. He is also the boys’ varsity basketball coach…. In Kansas City,Paul Cooper works at the Federal Reserve Bank there. He also plays a lot of golf…. Newell Cotton spent last spring studying Arabic in Fez, Morocco, living with an extended Moroccan family in a homestay arrangement. During the summer he taught English as a second language to international high school students…. Courtney Cushing Kiernat is coordinator of special events at Children’s Heartline in Minneapolis. She received her M.S.W. degree in June 1995. Her husband is a ’91 Colby graduate, and their wedding guests included several Batesies: Nell Leadley AndreoliRoberta Desjardins BitarAmy Blair CollinsHeather Falk Nolan,Kate Tilney, Tom Goetz ’90, and Whitney Wright ’90…. In Foxborough, Mass., Craig D’Ambrosia works at Smith Investments…. After two and a half years of medical school at the Univ. of Pennsylvania, Karen Davis began work on a Ph.D. in neuroscience last fall…. While he finishes grad school, Roland Davis is in his third year of coaching track and field at Harvard…. John ’90 and Roberta Desjardins Bitar live in New Jersey, and she works at Goldman Sachs in New York City…. It is a “wonderful change” for Laura Detwiler, who has moved from New York to Portsmouth, N.H., to continue work toward becoming a midwife. She attended the wedding of Lindsay and Abraham Bo Grayzel in Portland, Oregon…. We wonder what else Christopher Donovan is doing in New York besides “goofing off,” as he writes…. Living within an hour of Philadelphia, Ellen Draegert is an executive secretary…. After their August wedding, Jon Dreibelis and Cheryl Rainford moved to Des Moines, Iowa, where Jon is finishing law school at Drake Univ. Cheryl is the news editor forSuccessful Farming‘s online edition. Go to www.agriculture.com/ then click “Successful Farming” under Updates…. Everett Evans works for the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department…. At the wedding of Heather Falk and Rich Nolan ’90 in Colorado last July, Batesies in attendance included Blair CollinsDave Butterworth, and Roberta Desjardins Bitar. Heather and Rich live in Arlington, Va…. Focusing on writing and editing, Julie Foster Hummer lives with daughter Maddie (3) in Boulder, “loving Colorado and missing Maine at the same time.”… Living in Vermont, Peter Friedman flies for USAIR Express out of Lebanon, N.H…. In Chandler, Ariz., Greg Gignoux produces the noon news for KNXV-TV, an ABC affiliate. He sees a lot of Tom Baird and has been “surviving 100-plus-degree days by playing lots of golf.”… “If everything goes as planned, I will have been in school for 25 years,” says Tom Gollan after four years and “three to go” at the Univ. of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester…. Last September, Greg and Paige Furniss Guidotti moved into their new home in Fairfield, Conn, “keeping busy” with night classes and working…. In Dedham, Mass., Mark Gwinn teaches English and does some college counseling at the Noble and Greenough School…. Law student Mark Helm has been “exploring the mind-body connection” through various forms of massage therapy and “never felt better.”… With her filmmaking partner, Ellen Holty has completed a partially animated film, Goose, and they are now “hitting the festival circuit.” Ellen also has worked in 3D film for George Coates Performance Works in San Francisco…. For three years Gillian Kahn has worked at the Univ. of Michigan’s Center for Russian and East European Studies. She and husband George Pipiavisited his family in Georgia last summer. He was an exchange student at Bates in 1988 and 1989…. At Endicott (Mass.) College, Chantel Kimball is the assistant athletic trainer and teaches within the athletic training program…. Stephanie and Darin Kwasniewski have moved to Rhode Island, where he is a computer programmer at a small consulting firm…. Fred andHelen Nell Leadley Andreoli own Bickford Enterprises, a rubbish and recycling company in Pittsfield, Maine…. Sam Leshnick and Sengsouvanh Soukamneuth live in Los Angeles, where she works as a research associate for a social policy research company in Menlo. Sam studies illustration at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena…. Erin Lydon works at Northwestern Memorial Hospital as director of philanthropic organizations. At her wedding toStephen Becker ’91 many Batesies attended including Colleen Masse and Rich Woolfson…. In Massachusetts, Sean McDonagh has been appointed assistant basketball coach at Curry College. He also works at the State Street Bank in Quincy and recently coached the South
eastern Massachusetts open men’s basketball team to a silver medal in the Bay State Games…. After this next year of course work in anthropology, John MacDougall will return to Bali, Indonesia, for his dissertation research. For the last few years he was in Bali for two Short Terms and as an academic director for the School for International Training…. Law school graduate Colleen Masse works at the Travelers in Hartford, Conn., while husbandRich Woolfson is a third-year medical student…. Jonathan Michaeles writes that he is “still coaching football” at Allegheny (Pa.) College…. Jesse Miller graduated with honors from the Infantry Officers Basic Course at Fort Benning, Ga., and has begun U.S. Army Ranger School…. Marc Morin has left his job in Boston as a research assistant at Mass. General Hospital and has moved to Palo Alto, Calif…. Last fall Alison Oakes moved to New York City from Connecticut to begin her master’s degree in dance and dance education at Columbia…. Jason and April Oberle Hayden live in Vermont where she is an admissions rep for the College Semester Abroad program of the School for International Training…. Living in New Mexico with baby Caitlin, Bob and Cindy Ordway Kearney hope to return to New England next year and begin work on their master’s at the Univ. of Southern Maine…. In California, Bob Parks is an editorial assistant for the Wired online edition and also writes for local papers in the Bay area…. In New York City, Brad Peacock works as a strategic planner at McCann-Erickson Advertising…. Candice Poiss was senior supervisor for sports information at the Olympic Games last summer. She worked at the canoe/kayak venue in Gainesville for six weeks…. Cheryl Rainford is editor of online news and features at Meredith Corp. in Des Moines, Iowa…. Judith Robbins welcomed a new grandson, Ezra, in October 1995, and continues her studies at Harvard Divinity School… In the July 29, 1996, issue of theWall Street Journal is an op-ed by Richard Samuelson, “How the Party of Lincoln Can Win on Abortion,” borrowing a lesson from the 19th century antislavery crusade…. Sean Sawyer is studying veterinary medicine at the Univ. of Pennsylvania, and Laura has begun work on an M.S. degree in environmental health at Univ. of Pennsylvania/West Chester…. Rob Saybolt is “riding and building bikes” in San Francisco…. Living in Brighton, Mass., Jessica Sheridanworks at the Marcam Corp. in Newton where she is a worldwide training coordinator. She sees a lot of Olivia Wakefield and Doug McIver…. In her second year at the Williston Northampton (Mass.) School, Jennifer Shultz is director of student activities, dorm parent, and field hockey and tennis coach…. Cindy Smith Alexander works at a Minneapolis company that builds databases of corporate documents for companies involved in lawsuits….Guy Stevens published an article in the January 1996 issue of Swords and Ploughsharesentitled “Toward Feminist Theorizing in International Relations.” Another article of his appeared in the Peace Review last fall entitled “Bridging the Gap between Men’s and Women’s Rights.” Guy works at the Council for a Livable World, an arms control and national security lobby in Washington, D.C…. Evan Swayze has been commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Air Force and is in medical school on an Air Force scholarship…. Vee Thomsak teaches second and third grade at the Manzanita (Calif.) Year Round Elementary School. Vee and wife Ashley, whom he met through Teach for America, have bought their first house, in Oakland. She is a graduate of Appalachian State Univ…. After Jesseca Timmons became a certified elementary school teacher, she joined fiancé Bob Abar in Kansas City, Mo., to look for a teaching job…. In Connecticut, Carolyn Treiss-Logan serves on the local NARAL board of directors for the current fiscal year…. In Burlington, Vt., Larissa Vigue works as a program coordinator for the Vermont Insurance Institute at Champlain College…. Rick Volpe passed the Vermont bar exam last May and took a job in August at Ryan, Smith and Carbine in Rutland…. After living in London for three years working as an account executive for an international recruitment firm, Olivia Wakefield now is in the accelerated all-women’s M.B.A. program at Simmons…. Living in Manhattan, Sarah Watson is a litigator at the law firm of Parker, Chapin, Flattau and Klimpl…. Jason Weiss is an account executive at McCann-Erickson Advertising in Atlanta. He also attended several events at the Olympics last summer…. Wilhelmina Mimi Weyer works at the American Geological Institute and weekends at Piedmont Vineyards and Winery near Alexandria, Va…. Katharine Wise andBill Pinches ’93 live in Princeton, N.J., where Katharine is happily a stay-at-home mom. The proud parents note that Master Andrew greatly enjoyed Reunion. Classmates in graduate schoolAmy Bass, Ph.D., George Washington School of Business; Kristin Bierly, J.D., Northeastern; Blair Collins, M.B.A., Northwestern; Paul Cooper, Ph.D., economics, Univ. of Missouri/Kansas City; Newell Cotton, M.A., Middle Eastern studies, Harvard; Kim Daniels, M.P.T., physical therapy, Univ. of Montana; Karen Davis, Ph.D., neuroscience, Univ. of Pennsylvania; Roland Davis, M.S.W., Boston College; Jon Dreibelbis, J.D., Drake Univ.; Claudia Goldstein, Ph.D. art history, Columbia; Tim Gollan, M.D./Ph.D., Univ. of Mass. Medical Center; Mark Helm, J.D., Vanderbilt; Gillian Kahn, M.A., education, Univ. of Michigan; Karyn Landry, M.D., Medical College of Pennsylvania; Ben Lowenstein, M.D., Univ. of Vermont; John MacDougall, Ph.D., anthropology, Princeton; Jim Marcotte, M.A., communications disorder, Univ. of Maine; Alison Oakes, M.A., dance and dance education, Columbia; Candice Poiss, Ph.D., exercise physiology, Washington, D.C.; Judith Robbins, M.S.T., gender, religion, culture, Harvard Divinity School; Isabel Roche, Ph.D., French literature, New York Univ.; Mark Rosenblum, M.A., French, Middlebury/Paris;Richard Samuelson, Ph.D., American history, Univ. of Virginia; Jennifer Shultz, M.A.L.S., Dartmouth; Carolyn Treiss-Logan, M.S.W./J.D., Univ. of Connecticut; Vee Jai Thomsak, teaching credential, John F. Kennedy Univ., 1996; Larissa Vigue, M.A., English literature, Middlebury; Olivia Wakefield, M.B.A., Simmons Graduate School of Management;Alexandra Weisman, M.Ed., early adolescent education, Bank Street College of Education;Rich Woolfson, M.D., Univ. of Connecticut. Graduate degreesHeather Ames, A.D.S., California Culinary Academy; Katarina Arvedson Sibley, M.A., literacy education, ESL, Univ. of S
outhern Maine; Tom Baird, J.D., Arizona State Univ., 1996; Kristen Belka, M.S., school counseling, Northeastern, 1996; Everett Evans, M.S., geology, Univ. of New Hampshire; Lydia Griffith, M.B.A., Univ. of Minnesota, M.S.I.R., fall 1996; Mark Gwinn, M.A., English, Univ. of New Hampshire, 1996; Kristin Haga, M.A., London; Chantel Kimball, M.A., applied anatomy and physiology, Boston Univ.; Colleen Masse, J.D.; Jesse Miller, J.D., George Washington Univ., May 1996; M.A., Latin American studies, Elliot School of International Affairs; Amy Robbins, M.A., expressive arts physiology, Lesley College, 1996; Richard Samuelson, M.A., American history, Univ. of Virginia, 1995;Jessica Sheridan, M.Ed., Univ. of Massachusetts/Amherst 1994; Sengsouvanh Soukamneuth, M.Ed., UCLA, 1996; Guy Stevens, M.A., international relations, American Univ., Jan. 1996; Jesseca Timmons, M.A., elementary education, Lesley College; Sarah Watson, J.D., Fordham Univ.
93 Class Secretary: Jodi Sturgis Coppeta, 8 Willard Ave., 3rd Floor, Medford, MA 02155Class President: Alexandra C. Messore, 7441 Wayne Ave., 2A, Miami, FL 33141Next Reunion in 1999. Living in Philadelphia, Elizabeth Barnes runs the Women’s Health Center there…. Valerie Belz works as a nanny in Bavaria and is looking for work as an editor anywhere in Europe…. Dan Blatt works in London…. Michael Bosse is clerking with the Maine Supreme Judicial Court and last October ran in the Maine marathon…. In Boston, Guy Bourgault works for the city’s Redevelopment Authority…. Sally Brewer Washburn is a program coordinator at U.S. First, teaching kids about science…. Andrew Cerillo is a marketing manager for American Management Systems in Fairfax, Va. This year he plans to pursue an M.B.A. in marketing….. Erica Chapman McPartland, who works at a translation agency, has been promoted to assistant production manager…. Robin Clifford is interning in the Wells/Ogunquit School District…. Ed Contreras works in the editorial department for the PR group, Snyder Communications…. In Salt Lake City, Marc Davis teaches French and English in grades seven through nine while Jennifer (Duncan) is studying clinical psychology at the Univ. of Utah….. At Mass. General Hospital, Michele Decareau has been promoted to clinical research coordinator…. Having finished her commitment with Teach for America in southern Louisiana, Melissa Dyckes moved to Denver to teach emotionally disturbed children in grades three through five. She also is enrolled in a graduate school special education program…. Bryce Fifield teaches environmental education in La Honda, Calif…. At the Olympics last summer, John Fitch witnessed Michael Johnson’s 400 gold win and Carl Lewis’s long jump. John still lives and works in Brookline, Mass…. Jerod Gillies works for Boeing as a hydraulics design engineer…. In Washington, D.C., Karen Gleason works for Senator Olympia Snowe of Maine…. Meredith Godley teaches Spanish part time in New Jersey while working on her master’s…. On the campaign trail, Betsey Grais had a busy fall serving as Tipper Gore’s personal assistant…. In the Washington, D.C., area Jonathan Haleworks full time as a legal assistant along with his studies in law and international affairs….Richard Hodges works for Smith Barney brokerage firm…. Living in Waltham, Mass., Lee Anne Holte works with adults who have severe mental retardation…. At Bates Dean Jacobyis the international recruitment coordinator for the admissions office…. Graduate student Rena Khan is in management training at the American National Bank…. At the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, Sue Kolb is a researcher…. In Colorado, John Leslie is the assistant cross-country coach at Boulder High School…. Jesse Loesberg cooks professionally and teaches his own classes in expressive dance and movement…. After working at a ski shop for two years in Steamboat Springs, Colo., Reese Madden moved back to Maine to begin a new career…. Now living back in Maine, Christine Marcotte is restoring an old farmhouse and works at Sunday River in marketing and advertising…. At Harvard Medical School, Doug Marksworks in AIDS research…. Becky Maxim is an executive for the Boy Scouts of America….Alex Messore still works in Miami…. Living in Hoboken, N.J., Kevin Moore works in a high-tech public relations firm where he has been promoted to manager of information technologies…. Elizabeth Myrick has earned her master’s degree and now works for a weekly newspaper in northern Maine…. Leon Nicholas moved to Norwalk, Conn., and works as a project director for Information Resources Inc…. Along with work on his doctorate, Keith Nordstrom plays the guitar, and enjoys mountain biking and rock climbing…. Last fall,Christine Randall moved to Philadelphia…. In Connecticut, Allyson Reynolds has been promoted to titled underwriter at CIGNA Life Insurance Co. She also is the assistant volleyball coach at Trinity…. Rebecca Sanferrare Throop continues to work at the Genetics Institute. She hopes to attend business school this fall…. Derek Scheuerell is a computer consultant and marketing director at a high-tech firm…. Jon Schofield is a Peace Corps volunteer in Senegal, West Africa, and works as an agroforestry extension agent…. Kathleen Schuster is working for ESPN’s X Games…. Evan Silverman attends business school in New York City and still works with the NBA communications group…. Beth Singer teaches second grade at Bowdoin Central School…. Jeff Smithson led a group of 13 teenagers on a theater tour through France, Spain and Portugal last summer…. In Washington, D.C., Kristie Stinchfield Swaney still teaches French to middle-school students while Bill finishes his master’s degree…. Laurie Verplanck works at the Univ. of Virginia/Charlottesville…. In the past year, Danalynne Wheeler has worked as an operations manager for the National Managed Health Care Congress…. French and history teacher in Louisville, Ky., Jason Yaffe finished the Marine Corps marathon last year…. In Newton, Mass., Madeline Yanford handles legal compliance issues for a small real-estate company…. John Yuskis III is a project manager for the Semiconductor Products Group for Intel…. Living in Freeman, Wash., Telle Zeiler works in Seattle for Microsoft’s public relations firm…. In Atlanta, where he works for a television commercial producer, Dave Zorn also is writing screen plays. Classmates in graduate school: Mary Jane Call, Ph.D., Virginia Consortium for Professional Psychology; Robin Clifford, teacher education, Univ. of Southern Maine; Jeanine Downing, M.A., education;Jennifer Duncan Davis, Ph.D., clinical psychology, Univ. of Utah; Melissa Dyckes, M.A., special education, Univ. of Colorado; Jerod Gillies, B.S., engineering, Univ. of Washington;Meredith Godley, M.A., educational administration, Columbia; Jonathan Hale, law and international affairs, American Univ.; James Hamilton, M.D., Univ. of Maryland; Megan Hollis, M.A., higher education administration, Miami (Ohio) Univ.; Lee Anne Holte, M.Div., Andover Newton Theological School; Rena Khan, M.B.A., Northwestern; Johanne Kim, D.M.D., Case Western Reserve Univ.; Kate Miller, M.D., Medical College of Virginia/Richmond; Matthew Nicely, J.D., Arizona State Univ.; Keith Nordstrom, Ph.D., theoretical geophysics; Jonathan Redmond, M.B.A., finance, Indiana Univ.; Lance Rozear, D.V.M., UNC; Zohra Saifee Haziq, M.A., secondary education, College of William and Mary; Paola San Martini, M.A., math education, Pennsylvania State Univ.; Stacy Sherwat, M.A., early childhood education, Bank Street College; Jeff Smithson, Dell’Arte School of Physical Theater; Bill Swaney, M.A., internationa
l relations, Washington, D.C.; Kristin Swartz, M.A., elementary education, M.A., special education, American Univ.; Christopher Wilson, J.D, Columbia. Graduate degreesMattthew Anderson, M.S., chemistry, Univ. of California/Irvine; Bill Ingate, M.A., Latin American studies, Univ. of Florida 1995; Elizabeth Myrick, M.A., Andover Newton Theological School; Bill Pinches, M.Div., Princeton Theological Seminary, 1996; Christine Randall, J.D., Univ. of Connecticut, 1995.
94 Class Secretary: Mark G. Doctoroff, 360 W 34th St., Apt 9H, New York, NY 10001Class President: Sheela T. Agarwal, Boston Globe, 135 Morrisey Blvd, Boston, MA; e-mailsacool@aol.comNext Reunion in 1999. In Boston, Sheela Agarwal has a full-time job on the local paper, The Daily Planet…. At the Presidio of Monterey, Patrick Andrews is in California learning Chinese, a difficult language, for the Army…. Living in Denver, Chip Balser says he “can’t wait for skiing.”… In his new job at the FBI in Boston, Jen Berry enjoys her work and is excited that she got in…. Living in Skokie, Leah Boshak Babitz is a staff accountant with Warady and Davis, LLP, in Deerfield, Ill…. At the Smithsonian Institution Press, Alissa Boyd Kanwit is in charge of writing and designing catalogs that advertise their books on photography, art, history, aviation, science, anthropology…. Jeanette Braaw has moved to Aarhus, Denmark, where she sells peripherals to Macintosh computers for a German company, Disc Direct. On her way back from a visit at the mother company in Germany, she had a good visit with Katharina Osmers in Gottingen…. Amy Brunner is finishing an internship in the athletic department of Knox College, a Division III school…. Since last March, Mei Lun Chau has been living in Hong Kong, waitressing for now, waiting to see what happens in the handover next year…. Sarah Clough is an assistant editor at the Feminist Press, a non-profit literary book publisher in New York City…. In Boston, Michael Cowhig clerked at Sullivan and Worcester last summer, and plans to join the firm after law school…. In Washington, D.C.,Kimberly Crichton worked for a senator and taught government at a non-profit organization.“It’s hard to believe that I work in Muppet Land,” says Matthew Curtiss, who is with Jim Henson Productions as the coordinator of marketing and international publishing…. In Marblehead, Mass., Rena Cutchin works at Opus Communications as assistant coordinator of editorial services…. In Boston, Emily Daughters is a paralegal in the litigation department of Palmer and Dodge…. After a year in New York City on a Teachers for Tomorrow fellowship, Emily Demong taught in East Harlem, took a course with the National Outdoor Leadership School in Alaska, and last summer worked for The Wilderness School that runs courses for at-risk 13- to 16-year-olds…. Busy class secretary Mark Doctoroff took time to fly to London and visit Alex Galinos, visited Duy Pham ’95 in Salt Lake City, swam, and hiked. He is in his third year at Chase Manhattan Bank as a senior financial analyst…. Tammy Dortteaches dance at a local studio in Belgrade, Mont., outside Bozeman…. Ben Dunlap spent most of the past two years teaching English in Russia…. Last fall, Rachel Dymon hiked “a good chunk of the Appalachian Trail. Best thing I ever did for myself.” She now works at Chile’s to “drag myself out of debt.”… In New York, Eric Eckelman is at MTV, working on everything from MTV Sports to the music department. He also captains a men’s Ultimate Frisbee team most weekends, and continues his musical aspirations…. Conor Fennessyworked in the political campaign last fall, first for Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld’s Senate campaign in Boston, then for Rep. Peter Torkildsen as operations director…. In New York City, Adam Fifield writes for the Village Voice, now free in Manhattan!… Jason Fraserrecently returned from South Africa, where he worked for a law firm east of Johannesburg. He represented labor-tenants in land claims court to help them regain some of the land they lost during apartheid…. In New York, Erica Frew lives in Harrison and is doing cancer research at the American Health Foundation…. In South Carolina, Tasha Friend teaches college English and is writing a book of short stories. She finished From Bugjuice to Bumpertubing — the Ultimate Camp Counselor’s Guide and hopes to publish it…. Somewhere in London, Alexis Galinos is studying economics. He spent the summer in Greece and had visits from Duy Pham ’95 and Jiho Hyun…. In Auburn, Andrea Georgian Hahesy teaches ninth-grade English…. After working at L.L. Bean for two years, Mike Giandrea moved to Boston to go to grad school. He also took in a few Red Sox games with Chris Duffy…. Giancarlo Giangola is a legal assistant at Willkie, Farr and Gallagher in New York City…. Jordan Ginsberg works full time at Sunday River Ski Resort…. During summer field work for his geology graduate work, Matthew Grove spent six weeks in Bolivia and Peru. Now he is doing geochemical analyses of the samples they collected. As a teaching assistant, he has greater appreciation for the work professors must do. “Being at Duke has really opened my eyes to the way undergraduates often lose out at large research institutes.” Matt is definitely interested in teaching at a small college…. Maureen Gwinn does research on localized juvenile periodontics for her graduate school study…. In Boston, Heather Hall works at a small investment-management firm, Appleton Partners…. Enjoying his job and living in Japan,Steve Harris is an assistant English teacher with the JET program near Osaka…. Gael Hinesloves living in the Southwest. She is the assistant manager at Harry and David, a specialty food item store in Santa Fe. She has applied for teacher’s certification and has been doing some writing on her new computer…. Living in Belfast, Denis Howard handles accounts with Harborside Graphics. They make T-shirt and sweatshirt designs for L.L. Bean, REI, Coldwater Creek, and Orvis. He handles the Discovery Channel and Nature Co., as well as the Underwater World Aquarium stores and Agway…. Apprenticing to be a healer, Sarah Irelandworks at Green Hope Farm in Norwich, Vt., making flower essences…. Sarah Jaquay Swaner is a children’s librarian at Highland Park (Ill.) Public Library…. In San Francisco,Randy Jones is a real-estate analyst for an institutional investor…. Ji-mi Lee is in London, working in the art program at Sotheby’s Auction House…. In New York City, Jennifer Lockhart Nespole works at the Tinker Foundation and thinks she has found her “calling.”… In Austin, Polly MacGregor teaches basic life skills at the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired. She spent last summer in Rome painting…. Having left the environmental consulting world, Jenna Maconochie McClintock is studying for certification to teach secondary-school science…. Rick Magnuson has been a substitute teacher and coach, a software technician at Image Sensing Systems, and still works there as the Northeast sales rep…. Megan Masson, who worked in the Ukraine doing logistics in 1995, now is in Washington, D.C., as an assistant volunteer coordinator with Citizens Network for Foreign Affairs. She recruits farmers from the United States to go to Russia or the Ukraine to help farmers there. She also plays soccer…. Still happily living in New York City, Tara Mattsonworks for Walter Cronkite…. In the past year Becky Minahan has been a legal assistant at the International Institute of Boston, a non-profit agency assisting refugees worldwide. She studied Spanish in Costa Rica last summer and ran into Kelly Garvey there…. Amanda Nickersonand Brian Nishiyama find Columbia, South Carolina, a great location for weather, social life, and friendly people. Brian has begun computer consulting with a firm there while Amanda started grad school…. For the last two years, Robert O’Donnell has taught at Deerfield (Mass.) Academy…. In New York City, Tracy O’Mara still works at Liz Claiborne in the change management area…. In Minneapolis, Matthew Orr is “ready and willing” to show anybody around the Twin Cities. He is hard at work with the rock `n’ roll band, TENT…. Katharina Osmers is studying in Gottingen, Germany. Last March, she was an intern at the World Trade Organization in Geneva and now is a research assistant…. Along with grad school, Allyn Pazienza waits tables at a small Lebanese/Greek restaurant in Tonawanda, N.Y…. Living in Hoboken, N.J., Elizabeth Polizzi is a research scientist for Merck and Co., pharmaceuticals…. In Georgia, Audra Pontes worked in a juvenile court last summer, and luckily was near the Olympics. It was very exciting to see Michael Johnson beat the world record…. After a year in Guatemala working on girls’ education programs in the eastern rain forest, Melissa Prodiscame home to prepare for her GRE, then expected to return in January 1997 to study midwifery and herbal medicine with indigenous midwives in the highlands…. Last FebruaryPaula Redes published her first book, Irish Love Poems, an illustrated anthology she compiled. She still works as an editor, “truly a labor of love.”… Stacie Renfro is a trainee in the New York Public Library…. James Rhodes works in the legal department of Fidelity Investments writing fund prospectuses…. In the Atlanta area, Kathryn Sanders is free-lancing as a photographer and photographer’s assistant. During the Olympics she worked for Kodak in the darkroom and saw amazing photos of athletes in action. In 1994 she interned for the National Geographic Society in the TV photo archive, then worked as library manager and back-up photographer at PhotoAssist. “I haven’t uttered one line of Latin poetry since final exams!”… Craig Sarney is a production art specialist at WearGuard Corp. He draws corporate logos on a computer to be embroidered and screen printed on jackets, hats, shirts. He also works in the technical end and runs the output devices: color laser jet printers, ink jets, and image setters…. In Nutley, N.J., Pratibha Singh does oncology research for Hoffman-LaRoche…. Since last February, Carter Smith has been at the State Department operations center, which is open 24 hours to help the president and government deal with crisis situations around the globe. He saw and talked to Secretary of State Warren Christopher and had contact with President Clinton…. Tired of cold weather, Susan Spano has become a Floridian and worked in insurance sales for a while…. Sherry Stadig is in Ohio for clinical training towards her D.O. degree from the New England College of Osteopathic Medicine…. In London,Karen Sternfeld is researching p.l0s, small solid particles produced by London buses and other vehicles…. Nicole Marie Thompson is a reference librarian at the Brooklyn (N.Y.) Public Library…. In Needham, Mass., Todd Vogel is at the Walker School. For two years he worked in Vermont for Eckerd Family Youth Alternatives with emotionally disturbed 12- to 15-year-olds….Last spring Jacques Vroom worked on a ranch, taught two German boys who had just moved from Stuttgart, and traveled in the fall to England, Scotland, Holland, and Belgium…. In Massachusetts, Jamie Wallerstein has been a case manager for the elderly at a home care organization in Chelsea, Braintree, and Winthrop…. Donald West is stationed at the Naval Air Station Whiting Field in Milton, Fla… Barnaby and Kate Ganley Wickhamworked in the family’s design business and went to the Olympics, watching a number of events…. For the past two years, Monika Wirtz has been a paralegal in Washington, D.C.Classmates in graduate schoolPaula Arnell, M.D., Northwestern; Michael Cowhig, J.D., Boston Univ. School of Law; Kimberly Crichton, J.D., American Univ.; Meredith Davis, D.M.D., Univ. of Pennsylvania; Chris Duffy, J.D., Suffolk Univ.; Ben Dunlap, M.A., Russian studies, Harvard; Tasha Friend, M.A., English, Clemson; Alexis Galinos, M.A., economics, London; Mike Giandrea, Ph.D.; Scott Greenleaf, Ph.D., math, SUNY/Albany;Matthew Grove, Ph.D., geology, Duke; Maureen Gwinn, Ph.D., oral biology, SUNY/Albany; Paul Hahesy, J.D., Univ. of Maine; Kimberly Howland, Ph.D., immunology, Harvard; Ji-mi Lee, art, Sotheby’s Auction House; Cory Liebergott., J.P.F. Boston Univ.; Jennifer Lockhart Nespole, M.A., nonprofit managing, New School for Social Research; Jenna Maconochie McClintock, M.A., secondary school science, Columbia; Rick Magnuson, M.Ed., Univ. Southern Maine; Colleen McCafferty, D.V.M., Virginia Polytechnic Inst.; Rebecca Minahan, J.D., Univ. of Maine; Thomas Morey, M.A., math and history, and philosophy of science, Univ. of Indiana; Amanda Nickerson, Ph.D., school psychology, UNC; Robert O’Donnell, M.A., public administration, Univ. of Mass./Amherst; Katharina Osmers, economics, Gottingen, Germany; Raki K. Pai, M.D., Univ. of New Mexico; Audra Pontes, J.D. and M.Div., law and religion, Emory Univ.;Stacie Renfro, M.S.L.S., Pratt Institute; James Rhodes, M.A., international economics, Suffolk Univ.; Sally Ryan, J.D., Univ. of Connecticut; Jill Shahverdian, M.S., math, Northern Illinois Univ.; Sherry Stadig , D.O., Univ. of New England; Karen Sternfeld, M.Sc., chemistry, London; Tom Swaner, Ph.D., history, Loyola Univ.; Alyssa VanDuizend, J.D., Univ. of Connecticut School of Law; Jacques Vroom, M.B.A., SMU; Jamie Wallerstein, J.D., Boston Univ.; Monika Wirtz, J.D., Boston College. Graduate degrees:Erica Devine Podgorni, M.Ed., Boston College, Dec. 1995; Andrea Georgian Hahesy. M.Ed., Lesley College, 1996; Maureen Gwinn, M.S., oral biology, SUNY/Buffalo, Sept. 1996; Allyn Pazienza, M.A., SUNY/Buffalo; Nicole Thompson, M.L.S., Simmons College.
95 Class Secretary: Marjorie C. Northrop, P.O. Box 186, Sharon, VT 05065Class President: Rebecca J. Wolfe, 27 Durham St., Apt. 3, Somerville, MA 02143; e-mailrwolfe@wjh.harvard.eduNext Reunion in 1999. At the Culver Academies, Brooke Belcher teaches English and aerobics. At the Indiana school, she is a faculty sponsor of Choices, a student group that examines issues and decisions teens face today…. Steve Ciciotte works at Jackson Lab in Bar Harbor…. Back in Boston, Mike Coggins is ready to start work as a researcher…. In Center Conway, N.H., Kate Drummond works on the ambulance crew and has nearly completed her paramedic certification…. In her job with a biomedical research company in Madison, Wis.,Naomi Fields travels a lot…. Kirsten Geisel lives in Boxford, Mass., working at a physical therapy clinic and riding horses…. In Old Saybrook, Conn., Marci Gendreau works as a researcher for a pharmaceutical company. She enjoyed a trip to Utah last year…. In Boulder, Colo., Ed Goldin works at EMS…. Evan Halper and Barney Beal were last seen traveling the country and planning to write a guide book…. Stacey Keegan still works in San Francisco…. In grad school at Stanford, John Lyle enjoys fine merlots in Napa while eagerly awaiting James Hogan‘s visit last Thanksgiving…. Martha MacDougall is a research assistant at Idexx Labs in Westbrook…. Charles Melville lives and works in New York City….Reportedly living in Maine, Brook Mullens was last seen running a half marathon in Woodstock, Vt., last summer…. Brendan O’Reilly has been working in the White Mountains…. Brooke Perrins is heading to England to study veterinary medicine for five years throughout the country. She can’t wait to try out all the pubs!… Scott Richard works at Jackson Lab in Bar Harbor…. In Amherst, Mass, Jon Sawyer works and takes some courses…. Still in Steamboat, Colo., working at a book shop, John T. Smith also is the assistant coach of local track and cross-country teams.,,, Back in Maine, Amy Starer attends a Salt Center for Documentary Field Studies in Portland. She then hopes to find a job in journalism. Classmates in graduate schoolDave Guay, M.S., Scripps (Calif) Institute of Oceanography; James Hogan, Ph.D., geology, Dartmouth; Dave Kirk, D.M.D.; Carrie Levesque, Russian, Duke Univ.; John Lyle, Ph.D., Stanford; “Kitty Northrop, J.D., Vermont Law School; Erica Parthum, D.V.M., Univ. of Pennsylvania; Brooke Perrins, D.V.M., Royal Veterinary College of London; Duy Phan, M.D., Univ. Utah; Alex Robertson, geology, Univ. of Colorado/Boulder; Margaret Schroeder, R.N., Univ. of Pennsylvania; Laike Stewart, D.V.M., Tuskegee Univ.
96 Class Secretary: Faham Mamunur Rashid, Kennedy School of Government, 79 JFK St., Cambridge, MA 02138Class President: Natasha G. Heath, P.O. Box 775827, Steamboat Springs, Colo., 80477-5827Next Reunion in 2002. In an e-mail to the College in January, Ari Friedlaender writes that he’s living in Wilmington, N.C., and working for the Univ. of North Carolina at Wilmington and the National Marine Fisheries Service. He is also employed as a fisheries observer to monitor and report on the commercial fishing activities in North Carolina and human interaction with marine mammals. “I am on the beach, on the water, or in the air more days than not,” he writes. “I respond to strandings and perform necropsies from one to three times a week. North Carolina is a high-profile area for stranded marine mammals for a couple of reasons: there’s a local population of bottlenose dolphins that strands — often as a result of human interaction — and the outer banks of North Carolina stick out into the Atlantic, and some whale species that would otherwise not reach land strand out there.” Ari would enjoy talking to anyone who is interested or has questions about marine mammals…. Since last August, Kristin Gagne has been a member of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, Southwest. Volunteers in social service agencies throughout Arizona and California, they work in domestic violence and homeless shelters, schools, medical clinics, AIDS ministries, refugee services, legal clinics, food banks and job placement….Karen LeComte writes from the Univ. of Vermont Medical School that all is going well. She would love to meet other Batesies “out there.” Jennifer Webber ’92 also is in the Medical School there…. And right there in Vermont, Nathan Webb is with Potter Simon Pearce in Quechee. Emily (Woodside) works in Woodstock as a marketing assistant at the Jewish Lights Publishing Co.
97 Class Secretary: Sharleen DavisClass President: Larry Ackerman