Jay Flagg ’76 graduated from UC Berkeley in 1980 with a BA in History, and earned his JD degree from University of San Diego Law School in 1984. Since 1999 he has resided in Southampton, NY and is Senior Managing Director for Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
Chad Greulach ’88 lives in Santa Monica with his wife and two daughters. He is CEO of Lorenzo Cycles (www.lorenzocycles.com), in Santa Monica and is Executive Producer of “Hard Core Pawn,” which premiers on December 21.
Rodney (Fife) Bowen ’89 is founding principal of DreamYard Preparatory School, Bronx, New York (www.dyprep.org). He studied Art and Architecture at Brown University and then moved to Harlem to teach 4th grade as a member of Teach for America Corps. While a teacher, he studied theater, became a board member of the Harlem Theater Company, and founded his own company, “Rising Circle.” He has a MFA in printmaking from City College and a MSE in Education Administration and Supervision from Pace, and he is a proud member of New Leaders for New Schools (www.nlns.org).
Bethany Goldstein ’90 lives in Santa Barbara and continues to work as a graphic designer, although she is pursuing an MFA online through The Academy of Art in San Francisco (www.divinetiles.com) and (www.bethanyanderson.us). Developing her fine art skills has helped her take leaps and bounds in her graphic design skills as well. She is now focusing on illustration based graphic design.
Patrick White ’92 is Vice President, Sponsor Finance with American Capital, in Los Angeles (www.americancapital.com). He is a 1996 graduate of Washington & Lee with a BA in Economics. He is also a Veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom III where he served as an Infantry Officer in the U.S. Army. While in Iraq, he served with the 1st Infantry Division and 42nd Infantry Division as a Rifle Platoon Leader, Company Executive Officer, and Division Task Force Commander. He was awarded the Combat Infantryman Badge for actions in combat and numerous other medals for his service.
Karen Hiles ’95 completed her PhD in Historical Musicology at Columbia University early last summer and is now a Professor of Music at Muhlenberg College, in Allentown, PA.
Chris Chatham ’96 practices law in Los Angeles (www.chathamfirm.com). He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and Southwestern School of Law. He appeared recently with other attorneys in a piece on the television program, Dr. Phil. Chris Orosco ’96 married Lisa Fowler in November, in Maui, with mostly immediate family in attendance. He was joined on the occasion by Stevenson classmate Aaron Snegg ’96 and his wife Renee Wilson. They intend to have a local reception and celebration in the spring or summer. Chris graduated from Stanford in 2000 with a BA in Economics; he works with the Orosco Group, in Monterey.
Andrew Gaul ’97 has been living in San Francisco for the last four years and working as a programmer with Riverbed on networking and file systems (www.riverbed.com). The company had a successful IPO in 2006 and it has been a lot of fun for him to help it grow from a startup to 1000 employees. He has been in touch with Chris Jou ‘97 who is living in Los Banos and doing well. Andrew graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 2002 with a BS in Computer Sciences. He can be reached at http://gaul.org/.
Shawn Cronin ’98 lives in San Francisco with his wife Blair (Williams), who graduated from Carmel High in 1999. He earned a BS degree in Marine Biology at UC Santa Cruz in 2002 and started but didn’t finish a Masters degree in Marine Ecology. He is the manager of Business Development with Widgetbox.com (www.widgetbox.com).
Brian Boitano ’99 has been living in Geneva, Switzerland for almost three years and works with Caterpillar. Much of his time is spent in Africa and the Middle East. He graduated from Santa Clara Univ. in 2003 with a BS in Economics. Matt Chatham ’99 lives in San Francisco with his wife Samantha. He graduated from Rollins College in 2003 with a BA in International Relations. He is Vice-President of Jones Lang Lasalle, a financial and professional services firm specializing in real estate service and investment management (www.us.joneslanglasalle.com) with offices in 60 countries around the world. Matt co-leads their Markets/Corporate Solutions Group in San Francisco; his division consults local and multinational companies/firms regarding their corporate real estate. Brooke Steven ’99 is living in New York and will complete her studies for her BS degree in Nursing at NYU in May. She earned a BS in Psychology at San Francisco State in 2004.
Todd Holman ’01 is in his second year at the Anderson School of Business at UCLA, in a four-year JD/MBA degree program. After graduating from UC San Diego with a BA in Economics he worked at a hedge fund in San Diego before moving to D.C. to work as an Analyst, then Senior Business Analyst for Capital One. Last summer he worked with the Department of Justice in the Office of the U.S. Trustee overseeing corporate restructuring in Los Angeles; this summer he will work with Shartsis Friese LLP, a law firm in San Francisco. Brian Orosco ’01 was on TV in December for a show called American Ninja Warrior. It aired over the course of five days beginning December 12 on G4TV.
Tracy Wong ’03 graduated from UC Berkeley in 2007 with a BS in Molecular Environmental Biology and has been working since then in a vaccine research lab at Children's Hospital Oakland. She travels to Hong Kong at least once a year and will be back there again in January to see family and friends.
Wendy Garrett ’04 recently purchased her first home in Los Angeles and is working in music promotions and as an event producer. She is working on a music festival that will take place in March, with all of the proceeds being donated towards arts and music programs for under-privileged schools. Nedjo Spaich ‘04 is an assistant producer for a documentary film and Maggie Greene ‘04 graduated from Lehigh in 2008 with a BA in Graphic Design; she is a freelance designer in Los Angeles (www.designgreene.com).