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Class Notes—1990s


Arts & Sciences Reunion June 25−28, 2015

Class Correspondent: Zena


Class Correspondent: Laura Mundt,


Renne Brock-Richmond BS was a presenter at the 2014 New Media Consortium Summer Conference in Portland. Brock-Richmond presented “Authentic Avatar—Your Virtual Identity and Integrity,” an interactive session on the uses of an avatar as a visual and visceral representation of you, your personal branding, and your professional reputation.

Ruthe Farmer BA is the 2014 winner of the Grace Hopper Celebration Social Impact ABIE Award. The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing is the world’s largest gathering of women technologists. Farmer sits on Lewis & Clark’s Board of Alumni and is a student ambassador for the University of Oxford Said Business School, where she earned her M.BA in social entrepreneurship.


Class Correspondents: Erik Thorin and Marcye Mokier,


Susan Francois BA wrote in her blog about Lewis & Clark’s Alumni Weekend 2014: “We have all grown up…. But the connections we made 20+ years ago still matter. I am glad I was able to come for a bit and look forward to the time when I return to the Pacific Northwest and see these people more often. We may not see each other frequently. Our lives may have diverged as we follow different paths. But I am who I am today in no small way because of these relationships. And for those ongoing connections I give thanks!”

David Nelson BS is an independent health care privacy consultant at PrivacyGuy. He’s an expert in the consolidation of privacy and security regulatory mandates for the health care industry.


Arts & Sciences Reunion June 25−28, 2015

Molly Huffman M.P.A. is the new head of school at Children’s Day School in San Francisco.


Class Correspondent: Jo Becker,


Class Correspondents: Nicole Miranda and Mike Skrzynski,

Erin Miller BA is the pinot noir winemaker for Twomey, managing wine production from grape to bottle and serving as an ambassador for the winery. Miller was most recently with Provingage Wine Associates, working for Evening Land Vineyards as California winemaker and Oregon assistant winemaker and managing four boutique wineries. Previously, she worked for Hartford Family Winery and Kendall-Jackson’s Vinwood Cellars.

Jessica Roberts BA has worked since 2006 at Alta Planning + Design, where she was promoted to principal consultant. Her team manages campaigns and programs to reduce driving and increase walking and bicycling throughout North America. Elizabeth “Liza” Smith BA, who performs under the name Liza Maytok, recently released her second album titled Somewhere In Between.

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