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Liz Blumenthal '60 is a leadership energy coach and will be doing an introduction to Compass coaching, which is designed to help you clarify what you want, create energetic support and involvement in your project, and get going!

Christie Barnard Smith '60 owns a photo/digital service.

Margaret Kurzman LCSW '61 is a psychotherapist in private practice.

B. J. Yudelson '61 is retired and in addition to travel, tutors in a city school and is an active volunteer with the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester. She is working on a memoir of her journey from her classical Jewish reform background to her current modern Orthodox practice.

Virginia Rex Day '62 retired from the Trinity Episcopal Church in Mt. Pocono, PA where she had been rector since 1999. She is currently doing some supply work in parishes around the diocese of Bethlehem and continues on the Diocesan Council and on the Evangelism Commission.

Leslie McKenzie'68 owns Joyce Gold History Tours of New York with her spouse.

Linda Burns Jones '70 has retired from 20+ years of part-time parenting education/consulting with Families First, a non-profit parent ed organization in Cambridge, MA.

Ross Kraemer '70 is a professor of religious studies and Judaic studies at Brown.

Cathy (Kitty) Axelson-Berry '71 is president of a personal history company.

Renee Levine Melammed '73 is dean and professor Jewish History at the Schecter Institute in Jerusalem.

Augusta Molnar '73 is senior director in an International Coalition for advancing forest tenure and rights and forest policy reforms in tropical, forested countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.

Elisa Maselli '74 is working as a consultant and volunteering for Habitat for Humanity.

Tracy Garrett Rubin '77 is a student at Harvard Divinity School, a gallery instructor at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and a Trustee of Smith College.

Linda Jackson Sharp '77 is co-chairing a high school parent committee called Ethical Conduct and Global Responsibility (ECGC).

Donna Marie Lee '79 was an ordained UCC minister for 15 years before received into full communion with the Roman Catholic Church. She is an oblate of the Benedictine Sisters of Erie.

Sharon Vardatira (Vardamis) '79 is the founder and senior management consultant with Meridian Consulting, Amherst, MA.

Susan von Salis '79 is curator of archives, Harvard Art Museums.

Lesley Adams '80 is chaplain at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, NY.

Ellen Greenspan '80 is a Reform rabbi (ordained in 1986). Currently has a part-time pulpit.

Linda Hartke '80 is serving as the president and CEO of the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service in Baltimore, MD.

Julie Priest '80 is working for Social Security at the Great Lakes Program Service Center in Chicago as a benefit authorizer.

Aline Kalbian '82 is associate professor of religion at Florida State University

Madonna Burke Quinn '83 develops and teaches religious studies courses in a Catholic high school.

Elizabeth Holma '88 is a psychologist at the Denver VA Hospital.

Judith Miller Conlin '89 owns and operates Wintergreen Kennels, boarding/grooming for dogs & cats.

Morgana Race '89 is life coach, author, teacher and professional speaker.

Eleanor Applewhite Terry '91 is an ordained Episcopal priest currently serving as vicar of St. Paul's Church, CT and also is a secretary of convention for the Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut.

Lucy Park '92 serves as church's state youth leader.

Beth Janus '93 is a Reform rabbi in Philadelphia, and is also teaching a variety of ages and doing hospice work.

Elizabeth Morse '93 is director of development, UWC-USA, Montezuma, New Mexico.

Sarah Potter '94 is a social science analyst for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and focuses on initiatives for vulnerable youth.

Natasha Wendt '94 is a professional realtor.

Julia Bond Ellingboe '95 is a behavioral instructor in Greenfield (MA) Public Schools and works with children ages 5–12 with severe developmental challenges. She is also a freelance writer and role-playing game designer.

Silvana Gravini '97 is a professional Web site designer/developer.

Andrea Kresge Ecke '97 is adjunct professor of world religions and working on her second novel.

Holly Bland '98 is associate director of college admissions, University of Chicago.

Emily Knox '98 is a doctorial candidate in library and information science at Rutgers University.

Rebecca Metzger '98 is a reference and instruction librarian at Lafayette College in Easton, PA.

Marine Reichelderfer Leavitt '98 is currently working as a labor & delivery nurse in Northern Virginia.

Laura Brueck '99 is associate professor of Hindi literature at the University of Colorado.

Eleanor Cartelli '99 is associate director of marketing & communications for the Center of Career Development at Boston University.

Tiffany Rauch-Dickson '99 is a senior producer in interactive & experiential advertising.

Narelle Bouthillier '00 is living and working in Boston and practicing shamanism.

Darcie Price-Wallace '00 works as a licensed clinical social worker in Chicago treating children and families.

Andrea Lynes '01 is teaching high school English language and literature.

Stephanie Spray '01 is a Ph.D. candidate in Harvard University's Anthropology Department, with two secondary fields—Film and Visual Studies and Critical Media Practice. She is currently in Nepal doing her dissertation fieldwork, making films, and working on experimental sound projects.

Sunshine Finneran '03 is working in a community-based outpatient program as a psychotherapist.

Gwendolyn Heaner '04 has completed her Ph.D. in the Department of the Study of Religions at the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London.

Louise Barrett '05 is finishing her first year of law school at the Maurer School of Law, Indiana University.

Christine Germanotta '06 is finishing an MSW at Boston University.

Chelsea Sunday Kline '07 is finishing her master's in theological studies at Harvard Divinity School, focusing on women, religion, gender and sexuality.

Annamarie Harmon '08 is finishing her second year of seminary at Earlham School of Religion.

Emily Floyd '09 is studying for a MAR in religion and arts through the Institute for Sacred Music at Yale University.

Kelly Forbush '09 is studying at Yale Divinity School to be a pastor in the United Church of Christ.

Lilian R. Jackman '09 is in the master's degree program at Yale Divinity School, focusing on ancient Christianity and the Gnostic literature.

Mary Kate Long '10 is working as a researcher for the Mariposa Museum and World Culture Center in Peterborough, NH.

Jessie Taylor '10 is working at a computer repair and Web development company.