Gina Zadravec White has been traveling the world on Christian mission work. She returned from Mozambique in September, and plans to visit Nicaragua, Eastern Europe, and Guatemala this year. She says she enjoys teaching inner healing and “soaking prayer” to children and adults at her local church. She is in her 21st year with Costco Wholesale NE buying team, and her three daughters are now in their mid-20s.
Peter Eliot is serving as a member of President Dick Celeste’s International Advisory Board. Peter lives in Bangkok, Thailand, where he is a managing director with Citigroup, Inc.
Mark Levy is living in Paris with his family and working for Thomson, a global video solutions company. He is vice president, human resources, looking after group legal and finance departments as well as worldwide talent management. Visitors include Sally Schulte Dulin ’84.
Muffy Mead-Ferro was featured in the May/June 2008 edition of Wasatch Woman magazine. In the article, “Slacking Toward Success: Loving your kids enough to stay out of the way,” Muffy talks about how to be a more effective parent by backing off and letting your child pursue his or her own self discovery.
Lisa Team lives in Savannah, Ga., and recently celebrated her 25th wedding anniversary with her husband Brian Taylor. They have two daughters, Amelia, 11, and Laura, 3.
Patrick Williamson has been promoted to operations manager, Mexico, for Schlumberger Water Services. He, wife Suzanne, and son, Bryce, are relocating to Monterrey, Mexico. Schlumberger specializes in assessing, developing, and managing world groundwater resources.
John Whitney Randolph is relocating this summer to Camden, Maine, where he will be on the staff at the Penobscot Bay Medical Center. He completed his residency in emergency medicine in Danville, Pa.
25th Reunion October 9-11, 2009
Ralph Rieker is serving as a member of President Dick Celeste’s International Advisory Board. Ralph lives in Donaueschingen, Germany, where he is owner of Ricosta Shoe Company.
Matt Weber teamed with Armin Sarabi to write “The Role of Internal Investigations and Self-Disclosure in Effective Compliance Programs,” published in the November 2008 issue of Compliance Today. Matt also authored a chapter in “Inside the Minds: Responding to Health Care Fraud and Abuse Investigations.” His contribution was titled “Internal Investigations, Self-Disclosure, and Remediation for Health Care Entities.” He also spoke on the topic of self-disclosure at the annual conference of the Florida Association of Health Plans in October 2008. He is a partner in the white collar and health care practice groups at Holland & Hart in Denver, Colo.
Eduardo Martinez is serving as a member of President Dick Celeste’s International Advisory Board. Eduardo lives in London, where he is a managing director with Citigroup, Inc.
David Pollak served as the New York State director of the Obama for President Campaign. Previously, he was the co-chairman of the New York State Democratic Party.
Gregor Robertson is the new mayor of Vancouver, British Columbia. Robertson has a Wikipedia page, which covers his career as an organic farmer and a co-founder of Happy Planet, a Vancouver-based company that makes and sells organic fruit juices. Gregor entered politics in British Columbia three years ago when he was elected MLA (Member of the Legislative Assembly) for Vancouver Fairview. He resigned from that position to run for mayor. He lives in Vancouver with his wife, Amy, and their children, Terra, Satchel, Johanna, and Jinagh.
Jim Shallow has been awarded a fellowship by the TogetherGreen Conservation Leadership Program. Jim is one of 40 people selected from competitors nationwide for the program, part of a new conservation initiative of the National Audubon Society with support from Toyota. Fellows receive specialized training in conservation and are given the chance to work and share best practices with gifted conservation professionals.
They also receive assistance with project outreach and evaluation. Each fellow receives $10,000 toward a community-focused project to engage residents in conserving land, water, and energy, and contributing to greater environmental health. For his fellowship, Jim will focus his efforts on conserving the Sherman Hollow Brook Watershed. He is currently the conservation and policy director of Audubon Vermont.
Jim Grossman and his wife, Pirie, were founding chairs of the 2009 Special Olympic World Winter Games in Boise, Idaho. More than 3,000 athletes and coaches from more than 100 countries attended this sporting event.
Paul Markovich has been promoted to executive vice president and chief operating officer for Blue Shield of California, one of the state’s largest health plans. Paul was previously senior vice president of the company’s large group business unit. In his new job, he oversees a new organizational structure that includes health care services, network management, and two new business units designed to provide medical and specialty benefits coverage to large and midsize groups.
20th Reunion October 9-11, 2009
Sebastian Suhl is serving as a member of President Dick Celeste’s International Advisory Board. Sebastian lives in Hong Kong, where he is CEO of Prada Asia Pacific Ltd.