April 30, 2024

Diane McGrath: Over 25 WG’91 classmates and spouses gathered in London on March 1st for an evening of drinks and discussion at The Reform Club.  A good time was had by all!  Attendees included (left to right) Christine Safran, Nicolas Caron, Bill Safran, Cyrille Arnoud,  Ed Cappabianca, Mike de Vegvar, Hillary Kramer, Sybille de Vegvar, Tina Achkar, Burt Rea, Diane McGrath, Vincent Toolan (WG/G 96), Caroline Lutz (WG/G 90), Christine Bourron (WG/G 95), Vesa Vanhanen, Sarah Critchlow, Noreena Hertz, Vijay Sharma, Julian Critchlow,  Cleon Papadopoulos, Ilia Tchelikidi (WG 94), Efi Papadopoulos, Anvita Sharma, Habib Achkar (missing: John Hynes,  Ann Rea, Jane Cappabianca). More events photos are available here:https://www.facebook.com/groups/38041685549

Jordan Foster: Had a nice lunch in NYC recently with Evan Sturza, Pat LaVechhia and Sami Karam!

Lucinda Duncalfe: Our older daughter Emma just graduated from Drexel, and our younger is a sophomore at Bard College at Simon’s Rock. We sold my last company, AboveBoard, to True, an executive recruiting firm, and I’ve stayed on to run their technology and tech-enabled businesses. We’re still in what’s become the ?? of NYC, NoMad. And now we’re also in the Hudson Valley, on a farm in Rhinebeck. Anyone else upstate?

Lutz Braum: 2024 so far has been a good time for me to re-connect with fellow Cohort B members. I met up with Tom Heule in Beaver Creek, Scott Shaw in DC, Wayne Patton in VA, and Peter Ax in Phoenix, and with John Fadool and Steve Collins via zoom. How come everyone still looks the same as in ’91!?!

Carol Stein: My children published their first Neurodivergent guidebook: KidsRead2Kids Presents, Amazing Tales! Available on Amazon here: https://a.co/d/iYBRcbX This empowering guide is brimming with insights, tips, tools, healthy recipes, STEM activities, How-to videos, and real-life stories designed to help Neurodivergent kids, tweens, and teens—and their parents, teachers, and caregivers—be successful in and out of school.   Check out this interactive, inclusive book, developed to bring joy and confidence to struggling readers and all kinds of learners.  This comprehensive guide took over three years and has won the 2024 Parents Pick award for best middle and high school product. My high school senior, Reuben, is the book’s Illustrator! Please help us reach our goal of getting our book into the hands of every teacher, school psychologist, and student! No child should ever feel broken.


Colin Watts: Greetings – my wife and I officially entered our “empty nester” phase … so I decided to go back to work. I’ve joined Thorne, a leading scientific wellness company, as CEO. Thorne is located in NY and Charleston, SC which fits perfectly with our split living in both locations. Excited by the new challenge.

Ted Mourouzis: After 27 years with the same business, a lot of growth, and three sale transactions, I am retiring at the end of April. Looking forward to lots of travel, plenty of activity as long as my body allows (hiking, skiing, Scuba, and of course pickleball), visiting friends and bouncing between IN and NC. Thanks to those of who who encouraged retirement at our last reunion!