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1961

Arts & Sciences Reunion June 23-26, 2011

Barbara Simmonds B.A. offers Reiki healing and training, post-trauma healing, and Life-in-Motion coaching. Active in the Prospect Hill Friends Meeting (Quaker) and the St. Paul–Minneapolis peace and justice community, she recently became Friend-in-residence at the Twin Cities Friends Meeting. Simmonds also writes poems and memoir, and she is revising two book manuscripts. She enjoys her children, grandchildren, and many friends.

1963

Stephen Mathews B.A. re-engineered his career after 21 years in aerospace (NASA, Northrop, McDonnell Douglas). He earned his teaching certificate and taught high school math and science for several years, before relocating to California’s gold rush country. One son is close by in Rocklin, and both daughters live in the Bay Area. Now, as travel agents, Mathews and his wife love traveling. They live on a lake near some of California’s best skiing and enjoy their sailboat on San Francisco Bay.

1968

Sara Cerato B.A. retired from Citigroup after 30 years on Wall Street. She now serves as director of global equity sales for Mirae Asset Securities, an Asia-based start-up firm. Cerato oversees marketing the firm’s global research, strategy, and economic work to professional investors in Europe and the United States. She is a Philadelphia Orchestra board member and maintains homes in Philly and New York.

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Nan Stewart B.A. joined the Foreign Service in 1994 and is serving her last tour as a consular officer in Nicosia, Cyprus. She previously held posts in Italy, Senegal, Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire, and Kenya. Before beginning her own career, she lived with her husband, James (a former member of the Foreign Service), in Botswana and Niger. After traveling the world, the couple are pondering where to retire in two years.

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