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1990 page for news and updates. Heather Griffioen-Young manages international projects at a contract research organization in the Netherlands called TNO. Current projects focus on urban security, increased information visi- bility in the maritime supply chain, and avoiding violent incidents in crowds. She keeps in touch with Michal Klau-Stevens and Robin Foley Desmond. Rich Brooks lives in Maine, where he owns Web design and Internet marketing company Flyte New Media. He also runs the annual digital-marketing conference Agents of Change. Rich and wife Cybele is a ’91 Colgate alumna; they have two daughters, Maya, 12, and Sophie, 10. Kimberley Gorelik Moran relocated to Hampden, Maine, with her husband and their children Annie, 6, and Felix, 8. Kim teaches first grade at her children’s school. Her husband manages a local Walmart store. They recently purchased a 19th-century farmhouse, which they are happily renovating. Susan Aho Decelles lives in Ottawa, Ontario, and is always looking for alumni in the area to connect with. She went back to school a few years ago and now loves her second career as a registered nurse. Her daughters attend elementary school and are very involved in hockey (how typically Canadian) and lacrosse. Susan’s husband works in the tech indus- try. She welcomes hearing from class- mates at sldecelles@vif.com. Katie Riker Sternberg is an executive coach at Success Labs, a full-service strate- gic organizational and leadership-develop- ment company. She lives in Baton Rouge, La., with husband Erich and children Jake, 17, and Hallie, 13. Andrea DeMartino Wiepert moved back to the Buffalo, N.Y., area in 2010 and is working for the development and alum- ni relations at SUNY-Buffalo. She and hus- band Larry are happily raising two teens, Emma and Matthew. Andrea is very much looking forward to our 25th reunion. She stays in touch with Amy Hishmeh Ibrahimaj (whose son attends SUNY- Buffalo) and Marcy Redford Beach. Heather O’Neill Berry lives in the San Francisco Bay area with her husband and their four kids. The eldest is a freshman at


Notre Dame, the second is a high school sophomore, the third attends middle school, and their “baby” started kinder- garten. She says, “Life is good.” Will Pollock published his first eBook, Pizza for Good (Agate Digital), a guide to raising money and building community using America’s favorite food. View the book and follow the blog at www .pizzaforgood.net. Attorney Kate Roberts Knox was elected to a three-year term on the board of direc- tors of Bernstein Shur. Kate is a member of the firm’s legislative and political-law practice group. Tracy Adler is the founding director of the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y., which opened in 2012. Tracy has curated two major exhibitions at the Wellin with accompanying publications, Dannielle Tegeder: Painting in the Extended Field and A Sense of Place. Lately she’s been curating an exhibition called Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature, which opens at the Wellin and travels to the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art at the College of Charleston in 2015. Tracy lives in Clinton with photographer husband John and their 6-year-old son. Amy Donohue Korman is the author of Killer WASPs, an “almost”-murder mystery set on Philadelphia’s Main Line, where Amy grew up. She is a longtime magazine writer there. The novel was published by the HarperCollins Witness Impulse imprint.


Ross Freedman works with Chicago- area marketing agencies and brands as a freelance creative director. An accom- plished musician, he released a charity single I Will Get There last April, and recently completed a second solo album to be released later this year. He is looking forward to seeing you at our 25th. On a sad note, I traveled to Wyckoff, N.J., on May 9 to say goodbye to Jennifer Landers, who passed away on May 5. Joining me at the memorial service were Tim Clemmey, Randy Edgar, Emily Wallengren, Elizabeth Crane Swartz and Bob Swartz ’87, Kristin Rothrock, Whitney Alexanderson Heavey, Mike Mone and Aimee Bedo Mone, Tim Stansel and Kara Thornwall Stansel ’91, Will Pollock, Michelle Segre, Jon Rabinowitz, Chris Kovell, Bonnie Ades Pennell, Remi Joyeuse, Alex Toti, Paul DeWoskin, David Hummel ’89, David Maxwell ’89, Liz Ross ’89, Anne Margiloff Wargo ’89, David Levine ’91, plus many more who were there in spirit. Jen succumbed to bile-duct cancer after a


brief, intense battle fought with her typi- cal humor (“I have a very elite cancer”) and strength. We spent the weekend cry- ing, laughing, and remembering a woman whose friendships stretched across classes, years, and social groups, at Skidmore and beyond. She was loved and will be missed. DANA METES 142 BEST ROAD WINDSOR, VT 05089-9564 DANAMETES@YAHOO.COM


Jon Rubinstein owns and oper- ates Joe (joenewyork.com), a chain of 11 coffee bars in NYC and Philadelphia. He lives in Brooklyn Heights with his 5-year-old daughter. Todd Zorn and wife Lisa celebrated the birth of their first child, Wendy Brielle, on October 31, 2013. Tracey Meltzer Kyle authored a bilin- gual children’s book. Gazpacho for Nacho uses rhyme to tell the tale of finicky eater Nacho (short for Ignacio), who discovers a new world of food choices during a trip to the vegetable market. The book includes a glossary of Spanish words and a recipe for gazpacho soup. An eighth-grade Spanish teacher, Tracey discovered her passion for the language in middle school after seeing boy-band Menudo on TV and acquired her taste for gazpacho while studying abroad in Madrid as a Skidmore student. HEATHER SANTMIRE DENKMIRE 71 READ ST., APT. 4 PORTLAND, ME 04103-3481 HEATHER@GRANTWINNERS.NET


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Joel Lubin returned to campus in March to participate in a panel on careers in the entertainment industry. He co-heads the motion-picture talent divi- sion at Creative Artists Agency, a leading entertainment and sports management firm. Based in Los Angeles, CAA has offices in NYC, London, Nashville, and Beijing. Joel works in the home office and represents some of the world’s most suc- cessful actors. Before becoming an agent, he ran Nick Nolte’s production company, Kingsgate Films, which produced Affliction starring Nolte and James Coburn, and Simpatico, starring Nolte, Jeff Bridges, and Sharon Stone. JANET MACAULAY REARDON 2829 EAGLE ST. SAN DIEGO, CA 92103-5421 JANETREARDON@HOTMAIL.COM


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