Tag Archive for 1989

CLASS OF 1989 | 2017 | ISSUE 1

NEWSMAKERS | 1980s NEWSMAKER LAURA HARDIN ’89 Laura Hardin ’89, a damages expert for international arbitrations with Alvarez & Marsal Disputes and Investigation, recently testified for the Federal Republic of Germany in the case of Vattenfall AB vs. the Federal Republic of Germany. This case is related to Germany’s decision to shut down all nuclear…

CLASS OF 1989 | 2016 | ISSUE 3

← 1988 | 1990 → NEWSMAKERS | 1980s NEWSMAKER DAVID MILCH ’89 David Milch ’89 was named the program director of the Leadership in the Arts and Entertainment Industries program at the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT). This graduate program is a collaboration between NYIT and Nederlander Worldwide Entertainment in Manhattan. “I’m very excited…

CLASS OF 1989 | 2016 | ISSUE 2

Damn. When Michele shakes the tree, she shakes it hard. We even got a few first timers, so we’ll lead with those. Amy Berk has reinvested in her home in San Francisco, where her two kids attend Creative Arts Charter School. She is starting a new venture to help recenter and reset creativity: reapprojects.com. She…

CLASS OF 1989 | 2016 | ISSUE 1

Class of 1989 Scholarship Joanna Korpanty ’18, Bristol, Conn. Kristen Montas Graves writes: “It was a sad occasion that brought a number of us together for a mini Wes reunion the first weekend in December. For those of you who may not have heard, beloved Professor Jerry G. Watts passed away Nov. 16th. Jerry only taught…

CLASS OF 1989 | 2015 | ISSUE 3

Newsmaker: Melinda Weekes-Laidlow ’89 Melinda Weekes-Laidlow ’89, president of Weekes In Advance Enterprises, is the first social entrepreneur in residence at Echoing Green, with a focus on racial equity. Echoing Green is a global nonprofit organization that provides fellowships, seed-stage funding, and strategic support to social entrepreneurs around the world. In an interview with Echoing Green president Cheryl Dorsey, Weekes-Laidlow called the post, “a…

CLASS OF 1989 | 2015 | ISSUE 2

Jonathan writes: Hey, all. Things seem to have been a little quiet for ‘89ers these past few months. Michele and I can’t believe that’s true, so please take a few minutes to drop one of us a line for the next issue. Please. Thanks, peeps! Susan Turkel leads us off with her reflections on last year’s Reunion:…

CLASS OF 1989 | 2015 | ISSUE 1

Let’s discuss how apples (and more) don’t fall very far from trees… As we huddle up to eyeball what’s going on with our classmate, Michael Goldman and his son, 10-year-old Max, and Mike’s 17-year-old nephew, Sam: Max is excelling at playing drums and Sam is competing in the NY State Wrestling Championship Finals. So Sam…

CLASS OF 1989 | 2014 | ISSUE 3

Jonathan reports on the 25th Reunion: We kick off the 25th Reunion report with a big thank you to Phoebe Boyer, our class representative, and our entire Reunion committee, without whom this weekend would not have been the great success it was. It was great to see her and her husband, Todd Snyder ’84, at…

JASON G. HUNT ’89

JASON G. HUNT, 45, a specialist in computer graphics technology and photography, died May 2, 2013. He received a master’s degree from New York University and worked for several corporations before becoming an independent consultant for Star Company. An award-winning photographer, he was also an avid athlete and volunteer fireman. His parents survive, as do…