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Dennis Scoville '90, computer information systems, is an IT Plan Manager and Business Intelligence Evangelist at Honeywell Aerospace in Phoenix, AZ. Honeywell Aerospace manufactures integrated avionics, engines, systems and service solutions for virtually every commercial and business aircraft in operation today with a focus on customer’s needs to make flying safer, more reliable, more efficient and more cost effective.

Karen Troncale ‘91, agriculture biology, has authored two novels, “Seventh Grade (Alien!) Hero” and “Maybe It’s Magic!.” Troncale began writing stories and articles for children magazines in 1995. She has taught elementary school for thirteen years.

John Andrews ‘92, food marketing agribusiness management, after 20 years, Andrews has sold his farm land in Bakersfield, CA and is in the process of relocating to Las Vegas, NV. Trinity Farms, Inc., his company website, provides online sales and a collection of 300 recipes Andrews has gathered since childhood. He still continues supporting Cal Poly Pomona’s College of Agriculture and the Collins College with 2 endowments.

Shawn Glaspell ‘93, hotel and restaurant management, owner of Spencer Lewis Marketing Group was awarded two major awards for its work by the American Advertising Federation’s Inland Empire chapter. Glaspell opened his business in 1998 and specializes in advertising, marketing and public relations.

Cynthia Flores Gautreau ‘94, liberal studies & ‘02, masters of arts in education, is a professor at CSU Fullerton in the College of Education and co-director of the expanding Math Access for all Center. She continues to be active in the research community and many of her research articles have been published. Gautreau is also the College of Education representative to the Academic Technology Center and is responsible for piloting new technology software and hardware. The education she received at Cal Poly Pomona has been instrumental in her success as an educator.

Jean-Paul James ‘96, marketing management, has been accepted to the PhD program at Rutgers Business School and will start fall of 2013.

Raymond Esparza ‘97, psychology, currently works for State Farm Insurance and oversees 38 State Farm agents. He has recently been assigned a new sales territory in North Orange Country.

Heather Poole ‘97, philosophy & history, received the “Honorable Benjamin Aranda III Outstanding Public Service Award,” given by the Los Angeles County Bar Association, for over 900 hours of public service in the past 12 years. She was also named “Super Lawyer: Rising Star” for excellence in immigration law for the 6th time in the Los Angeles Magazine and Law & Politics Magazine, an honor given to the top 2.5% attorneys under the age of 40 in Southern California.

Timothy Teagle ‘99, management & human resources, was promoted to director at Ernest & Young LLP’s Business Development in Los Angeles where he serves the West Region Accounts and Business Development Leader. In this new role, he will serve global accounts in the manufacturing, distribution and media & entertainment industries, and will lead the business development, sales and marketing team for the West Coast.

Tera Alferos ’90, communication, is a human resources consultant at Allstate Insurance Company. She’s been employed with Allstate for 14 years and is currently completing a master’s degree in organizational management. Tera and her husband have three children.

Arlene Andresen '90, marketing, is customer logistics manager at Avery Dennison in Fontana.

Gary Auclair '90, hotel & restaurant management, is general manager at Applebee's in Thousand Oaks.

Michael Battaglia '90, finance real & estate law, was named Distinguished Citizen of the Year by the Boy Scouts Council.

Dave Cunningham '90, business administration, sells residential real estate at Zephyr Real Estate in San Francisco.

Erik Daniels '90, marketing management, was named executive vice president and national sales manager for U.S. Bank. Daniels will manage SBA Division's sales and marketing activities across 24 states. He is a member of the National Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders and is currently residing in the Los Angeles area.

Kelly Dolan-Hagadorn, '90, management and human resources, is a facility manager/administrative supervisor at Child Guidance Center in North Orange County. Child Guidance Center is a non-profit that provides counseling services for families that suffer from domestic violence and provides services to children with learning disabilities. Kelly worked in a variety of industries since graduation, including: electronics, furniture, hydraulic manufacturing and insurance products.

Terri Hobbs Ellison '90, finance, real estate & law, is project manager for Edison Carrier Solutions, a telecommunications business at Southern California Edison.

Frank Figueroa '90, marketing, is employed with Continental Airlines and is serving his third term on Duarte's Board of Education.

Donna J. Grove '90, behavioral science, is an assistant vice president at Pomona First Federal Bank & Trust in Upland, CA.

Chris Mallon Hanson '90, communication, is the associate dean, Academic Program Planning at the CSU Office of the Chancellor in Long Beach.

Kirby A. Hanson '90, liberal studies, was commissioned a U.S. Army Lieutenant from Cal Poly Pomona's ROTC program and was recently promoted to Lieutenant Colonel. He has served in Armor and Cavalry units all over the United States and Germany . Most recently he completed his second combat tour in Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He is currently serving as a Leadership Instructor at the Army's Command and General Staff College in Kansas.

Dan Holloway ’90, manufacturing engineering, is a Rancho Cucamonga, CA fire captain. He lives in Rancho Cucamonga with his wife and three children.

Scott Kelly '90, MBA, is the director of marketing and communication for the L.A. County Fair.

Chris Mallon '90, communications, is the associate dean of Wilkinson College of Letters and Sciences at Chapman University in Orange, California.

Frank McDonough '90, botany, is a botanical information consultant at the Arboretum of Los Angeles County in Arcadia. He is also an assistant professor at Cal State Dominguez Hills, where his televised class, Gardens of California, is currently viewed by over 250,000 people weekly. His hobbies include cave exploring, and his research has been published by National Speleological Society.

Brian Morrison '90, computer science, is currently a member of the software management planning and architecture development for the NASA Constellation Program. Before joining the California Institute of Technology's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (Caltech-JPL) he was involved in reconnaissance aircraft and fighter jet avionics systems architectures at Lockheed Advanced Systems. Since joining JPL in 1990, he has been involved in systems development for the Deep Space Network, real-time software development for spacecraft, space borne instrument development and ground data systems engineering. In recent years he has managed the Advanced Mission Systems Engineering Group and the Mission Software Systems Engineering Group at JPL where he has been instrumental in developing software cost estimation models and techniques for utilizing integrated development tools to reduce the number of software defects in delivered spacecraft software. Currently he is pursuing a Ph.D. in Applied Computer Science working towards developing techniques to reduce cycle-time, improve schedule predictability and improve software systems reliability.

Carlos Ortiz '90, computer information systems, is project engineer at Robert Bein, William Frost & Associates, a professional engineering, planning and surveyors firm in Palm Desert.

Jeff Pellissier ’90, master's in business administration, is general manager of La Cañada Flintridge Country Club.

Stephen E. Snyder '90, aerospace engineering, was appointed COO of CBS Interactive.

Craig Stewart '90, finance, real estate and law & '95, masters of business administration, is a commercial real state broker with Marcus & Millichap in La Jolla, CA. He is also the director of the National Multi Housing Group. Stewart received the 1998 FRL Early Career Achievement Award.

Romano J. Verlengia ’90, mechanical engineering, is working as resident engineer in construction at Caltrans in the Banning/Blythe area in California. He has obtained professional registration as a civil and traffic engineer.

Tim Brogden ’91, master's in kinesiology, is Warren High School 's wrestling coach in Downey, CA.

Russ Brown '91, is a retired police captain from Claremont Police Department after 26 years of service. Brown lives in Tulsa, OK.

David Capocci '91, computer information systems, opened a guest Paca Pride Guest Ranch in the Cascade Mountains in 2004. The ranch features yurts, a four season garden and Capocci raise alpacas for their luxury fiber and sells alpaca products.

Mike Ciauri '91, accounting, is a CPA and is director of finance and accounting for Shea Homes Inland Empire. He and his wife, Jackie, live in La Verne with their daughter Brittany and son Nicholas.

Melanie Kay Curtice '91, political science, has joined the Philadelphia-based law firm of Cozen and O'Connor in their Seattle office as an associate in the health law department.

David A. Eaves '91, architecture, '92 master of architecture, project architect with HMC Ontario/Taylor Studio, has been promoted to associate of HMC Associates of Ontario.

Brenda Flynn '91, communications, was named director of communications for the Los Angeles Auto Show.

Ciran Hadjian '91, master's in urban & regional planning, is an urban planning professional at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in Los Angeles. She was appointed as one of nine community builders to serve as part of a new "urban peace corps" that will work to revitalize America's cities.

Craig Hensley ‘91, masters of urban and regional planning, has been appointed as the community development director for the City of Duarte, CA. He will oversee a department of 19 employees and be responsible for the City’s planning and building operations, redevelopment, engineering and field services.

Joe Irlanda '91, business administration, owns and operates Jackson Hewitt Tax Service franchises in Asuza and Glendora, CA.

Nazareth V. Jansezian '91, political science, is a partner at the Beverly Hills law firm of Escandari, Bolour & Jansezian.

Ilze Z. Lemus '91, accounting, is the community association manager at Keystone Pacific Property Management, Inc., in Irvine.

Eric Paul Miller '91, political science, is a newlywed since April 2003, and is senior resident in general surgery at Tulsa Regional Medical Center.

River Montijo '91, architecture, is the registrar at Virginia Commonwealth University School at the Arts in Qatar . He is living in Doha , Qatar on the Arabian Gulf.

Ann Noriel ‘91, music, sang Josephine in the Lewis Family Playhouse production of HMS Pinafore.

Karen Olson ‘91, management and human resources, received the city of Upland Employee of the Year award. She is currently a resource senior analyst for the city. Her duties include recruiting employees, assisting the human resource director and helping with customer service training programs.s

Eduardo Perez '91, architecture, is a senior project designer with Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates in their Los Angeles location. He is also on the adjunct faculties at El Camino and East Los Angeles Community Colleges Department of Architecture teaching Advanced Design Courses. His wife, Rikki '93, architecture, is a Program Manager with Tech 5 Corp., a construction management firm specializing in school construction. They are also both very busy with our 3 children.

Eric Rabity '91, biology, has become the dean of science, engineering and health sciences at Citrus College.

Matthew Reiser '91, computer science, minor in physics, was ASI senate president in 1988-89 and is an ASI honorary life member. He worked in systems engineering with Metropolitan Water District, Netscape Communications, and Vignette Corporation. He has been in contract work since 2002, most recently consulting in service-oriented architectures. He's enjoyed some overseas travel, with recent trips to Germany, Italy, Brazil, Thailand, New Zealand, and Australia. He enjoys scuba diving and earned a Divemaster rating in 2005.

Michael G. Roger ‘91, masters of architecture, is director of facilities at the J. Paul Getty Trust, Los Angeles, CA. He oversees Getty real estate including the Getty Center and Villa properties and manages a staff of 200. Roger is a senior manager with over 25 years of experience in facilities management, project management, architecture, construction, real estate, finance, and business management. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and International Association of Museum Facilities Administrators.

Lynda Kerney ‘91, communication, is currently pursuing a master’s degree in public administration at Cal State San Bernardino. Kerney is a strong advocate of community involvement and volunteerism and has devoted thousands of hours to civic organizations and charities. She served as board member and ultimately president of Leadership Coachella Valley, where she helped mentor valley professionals to become future leaders for three years. Currently she works as a legislative assistant for Riverside County Supervisor John J. Benoit, 4th District.

Ken Sherwood '91, communication arts, is currently director of forensics, tenured professor, and men's basketball game announcer at Los Angeles City College. He received his master's degree in speech communication from Miami University (Ohio) in 1993. He was published in the CEDA Yearbook (now the Journal of Contemporary Argumentation and Debate) in 1994. He was also named Los Angeles City College Teacher of the Year for 1999-2000. He currently lives with his wife, Jessica, and their children, Haley and Grayson, in Alta Loma, CA.

Michael Sigalos '91, finance, real estate & law, is the director for corporate operations analysis for American Multi-Cinema, Inc., in Kansas.

Charlene Usher '91, finance, real estate and law, founded Usher Law Group in Pomona in 2001, specializing in the legal defense of workers’ compensation claims for California employers such as AT&T, Sempra Energy, Southern California Edison and many others. In June of 2006, she was honored as one of the alumni of the year for Cal Poly Pomona's Finance, Real Estate & Law department.

Gregorio Velasquez ‘91, food marketing and agriculture business management, was recently named vice president of commercial lending for Community Valley Bank. Velasquez has 18 years of banking experience. He currently resides in Holtville, CA with his wife.

James N. Ward '91, park administration, is a human resources consultant at Allstate Insurance Company. She's been employed with Allstate for 14 years and is currently completing a master's degree in organizational management. Tera and her husband have three children.

Tito E. Zamalloa Jr. '91, marketing management, is field marketing director at American Golf Corporation. He directs and manages marketing strategies and plans for the So Cal region.

Steven Bayer ‘92, management & human resources, is a product manager for Forsythe Technologies. He married Elissa Siegel, an event planner, on July 7, 2007. The newlyweds reside in Chicago, IL.

Mike Carona '92, management/human resources, is the Orange County Sheriff and is recently the recipient of the Charter Oak High School Class of '73 Success in Leadership Award.

Michelle Carr '92, music, is a sopranist currently on tour with National Touring Productions performing in "Showboat." She has performed at the Juilliard School in New York City, Humboldt and Eureka Theater, Gallery Theater, Hollywood Palladium and many more.

Rosemarie Claro-Lippman '92, liberal studies, is a curator at the Firehouse Jail Museum in Covina. She is the recipient of the "Christopher Columbus Award 2003," which was presented to her by the Federated Italo-Americans of Southern California for her continued support and involvement with the Historic Italian Hall Foundation.

Jeff Coulter ’92, communication, is director of public relations at the Michigan Institute for Health Enhancement, a health and wellness firm serving physicians, health plans, and employer groups in southeast Michigan.

Tanya Dinh '92, industrial engineering, was named director of quality at Daylight Transport LLC. Dinh is responsible for improving the quality of each area of the company. She was a recipient of a CWW Quarterly Leader Award in 2005.

Alex Flores '92, social sciences, is principal of Pioneer High School in West Whittier.

Tamara S. Gates '92, management & human resources, serves as the city manager of the city of Sierra Madre, CA.

Edward Gautreau '92, communications, is a teacher at Suzanne Middle School in Walnut, CA. He married his college sweetheart, Cynthia Flores, and they now reside in Chino, CA.

Lan V. Gear '92, management & human resources, '98, MBA, is employment services assistant for Glendale Federal Bank in Glendale.

Stuart A. Goss ‘92, operation management, received certification as a Health and Safety Inspector, in Jerusalem, Israel. Goss is the leading consultant for Health and Safety for the new Light Rail System that is being built in Jerusalem.

Geoff Hamill '92, finance, real estate & law, is senior sales associate and previews property director for Coldwell Banker Company. He was named the "number one associate" for 1998 in the Claremont/La Verne/Upland office, and for the 6th year in a row, was ranked in the International President's Circle-Elite, Coldwell Banker's most prestigious award, representing the top one percent of 75,000 Coldwell Banker sales associates worldwide.

Edith Hamilton '92, accounting, is the controller for The Seed Company in Santa Ana, CA.

Mark Hartwing '92, zoology, is currently San Bernardino County fire chief. He is managing daily operations and budget.

Brian Hoffstadt ‘92, management and human resources, was appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to a judgeship position in the Los Angeles County Superior Court. He served as a partner at Jones Day since 2007. Hoffstadt earned a Juris Doctorate degree from UCLA, School of Law.

Kristin Keeler '92, animal science, an equestrian and horse trainer at Sycamore Canyon in San Dimas, CA. Married Troy Engle on September 10 aboard the Dawn Princess. The couple currently resides in Glendora.

Esteban Kolsky '92, computer information systems, is western region SE manager for Intraware in Manhattan Beach.

Neil Lingle '92, master's in business administration, was promoted to chief deputy in charge of the coroner/public administrator functions at the Riverside County Sheriff's department.

Darryl Mori '92, communication, was recently named communications manager for UCLA Development. Darryl oversees publications and manages public relations projects for university fundraising. He recently participated in Cal Poly Pomona's Alumni Affairs Professor for a Day program and says he and enjoyed speaking at a communications class being taught by Dr. Judith Sanders, a former professor of his.

Don McKinley '92, marketing management, is a business development manager for Ryder Transportation Services.

Karen (Leaman) McKinley '92, marketing management, is a program specialist for University Extended Education at Cal State Fullerton. She received a master's in higher education at UCLA in '93.

Mardi Norman '92, hotel & restaurant management, is vice president for Dynamic Systems, Inc. in Pasadena.

Jerome Ochetti '92, computer information systems, is interim priest to St. Joseph church in Upland, CA . Ochetti is going to be interim administrator for 4,000 families for the six months.

Dan Palasciano '92, political science, works as an attorney in Diamond Bar and is also an adjunct professor of law at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, where he teaches Jurisprudence.

Alan Palermo '92, civil engineering, has been appointed a principal at Hall & Foreman, Inc., an engineering, planning, surveying, and landscape architecture firm.

Kevin M. Rosso '92, geology, has earned a doctorate in geological sciences from Virginia Tech. He is a research scientist and lives in Kennewick, Va.

Stacey Schneiderwent '92, psychology, was named Law Enforcement Officer of the Year by the Rancho Cucamonga Optimist Club.

Jenkins Shannon ‘92, masters of business administration, is the new executive director of the Pasadena Museum of California Art, in Pasadena, CA.

Alva Whetton ‘92, hotel & restaurant management, is currently working at the corporate headquarters of Packard Hospitality Group. She is part of the management team that oversees a dozen hotels from Anchorage, AK to Manhattan, NY. Whetton is married and has two children.

Curtis Yakimow '92, marketing management, has joined Monte Vista Water District as manager of finance and administration.

Wendy Aldrich '93, marketing management, is director of marketing for Ticketmaster Media Group in West Hollywood.

Lisa Maria Braun '93, business administration, is executive search consultant for The Mazy/Guthrie Group (TMGG) in Irvine, CA.

M. Jezzica dela Pena Camacho '93, architecture, is a team leader for Raytheon Technical Services Guam Inc., Facilities Engineering Department. She oversees engineering projects for the U.S. Navy in Guam. She is married to John and they have three children, Victoria and Vanessa (twins) and JJ.

Jeffrey Camiel ’93, computer information systems, is senior manager for Deloitte in the Bay Area. He is manager of Network Security Services, a group responsible for providing network penetration testing and vulnerability assessments for corporations. He is married and lives in Morgan Hill, CA. In his free time, Jeff likes to go white-water kayaking and backpacking.

Michael Cecconi '93, architecture, is project manager at Bundy Finkel Architects in Santa Ana Heights.

Brent Cooper ‘93, master’s in urban and regional planning, was hired as the planning director for the City of American Canyon in Napa County, CA.

Stephanie Jacques DuPont '93, social work, has been appointed and will serve on Chi Omega's Supreme Governing Council for the next two years. Chi Omega is the largest women's fraternity in the world with over 300,000 initiated members.

Cory Farley and Darren Holmes '93, liberal arts, have formed the law firm Farley & Holmes, P.C. in Phoenix, Arizona.

Dwight Finckbone '93, marketing management, earned his MBA with an emphasis in international business from West Texas A&M University . He is currently working on a PhD in Diplomacy and International Relations at Texas Tech University.

Jaime Gonzalez '93, mechanical engineering, is a technical specialist/scientist at Southern California Edison.

Dean Henryson '93, psychology, has written a self-help book called Be Yourself . The book can be purchased at any major bookstore and at It targets college-age students and those finding a new life outside of college.

Baron Indradjaja '93, master's in business administration, returned to his home country, Indonesia, in 1994 after graduating from Cal Poly Pomona. He is the manager of his father's real estate, hotel resort and factory businesses. Baron manages Sanghyang Indah Resort, which is located on a beach in Java Island, about 90 minutes drive from Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia. He also is offering a special discounted hotel rate exclusively for Cal Poly Pomona graduates staying at his resort.

Richard L. Kuei ‘93, architecture, is a senior associate and senior designer and planner of Altoon + Porter Architects, LLP. Kuei has worked for A+P for seven years. He's also an associate member, of The American Institute of Architects.

Fernando Lavanchy '93, landscape architecture, owns Ambiente Landscape in Glendale.

Steve Lustro '93, urban & regional planning, is City Planner for the City of Montclair and is currently serving his second term as a member of the Pomona Unified School District Board of Education.

Trina MacLeod (Holden) ‘93, marketing management, is the vice president of finance at CauseForce in West Hollywood . CauseForce and its associates produce fundraising events throughout North America and Europe , netting millions for cancer charities. From concept creation to recruitment, retention and customer relationship management, CauseForce drives consumers to action, motivating them to become deeply involved in groundswell initiatives that deliver donors, funds and awareness.

William Morey '93, accouting, received the American Bar Association Law Student Division (ABA/LSD)-Ninth Circuit's highest honor, the Silver Key Award. He previously directed Southwestern's 1996-97 VITA Program, which won the ABA/LSD Rookie Site of the Year Award for assisting more than 150 taxpayers and offering services in three languages.

Hector A. Munoz '93, marketing, resides in Miami, Fla. He is the southeast region director of sales and marketing for the Burger King corporation, and is based in the that company's world headquarters. He has been married for seven years to Sandy, and has a 5-year-old son, Jacob, and a 2-year-old daughter, Maya. Hector began his studies in an MBA program at the University of Miami this summer.

Gustavo Oceguera '93, architecture, is community relations representative for governmental and community relations at the University of California, Riverside.

Patrick O'Keefe ‘93, finance, real estate & law, works for Hailo – Wind Systems, as a Business Development Manager. He obtained his State of California Real Estate Broker’s License in 1996. He also earned his Certified Purchasing Manager designation (C.P.M.) in 2000. He then went on to graduate from Pepperdine University with an MBA in Global Business in 2003. He has 3 girls Tara, Erin, and Patricia and they reside in Anaheim Hills, CA. He enjoys snow skiing, traveling, and Angel baseball games.

Rikki Perez '93, architecture, is a Program Manager with Tech 5 Corp., a construction management firm specializing in school construction. Her husband, Eduardo '91, architecture, is a senior project designer with Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates in their Los Angeles location. He is also on the adjunct faculties at El Camino and East Los Angeles Community Colleges Department of Architecture teaching Advanced Design Courses. They are also both very busy with our 3 children.

Kristen Peterson ‘93, urban and regional planning, has been appointed city manager and administrative service finance director for the city of Duarte, CA. She is married and has two children. Peterson resides in Monrovia, CA.

Debbie Pham ’93, civil engineering, serves a sanitary engineer in the City of Los Angeles, Department of Public Works, Bureau of Sanitation’s Wastewater Engineering Services Division (WESD). On February 24, 2005, she received a “New Outstanding Engineer” award from the Los Angeles Council of Engineers & Scientists.

Wendy Plassmeyer '93, marketing management, is assistant marketing manager at Disney Online in North Hollywood.

Raul Rehnborg ‘93, aerospace engineering, is currently the general manager and vice president of Great America in San Francisco, CA. In 22 years, he has worked his way up from park services, to shift leader, supervisor, department manager, and general manager of Knott’s Soak City in Chula Vista, CA.

Scott Schneider '93, communication, has retired after 14 years as a morning anchor for “WFMJ Today” in Ohio.

Steve Schulz ‘93, landscape architecture, is currently the official groundskeeper, a native plant nurseryman and an outdoor education instructor, specializing in native plant restoration.

Douglas Walker ’93, finance, real estate, and law, is a contractor. He married Tina Louise Palombo on February 14, 2004.

Robert D. Walsh '93, engineering technology, is currently employed as a contactor manufacturing engineer at NASA-JPL in, Pasadena, CA. Walsh received certificates of achievement for the THEL, ACTD, TRMM, and AXAF programs.

Mark Aldrich '94, finance, real estate and law, is an attorney and founder and managing partner of Aldrich Law Group, LLP, working primarily as an outside General Counsel to privately owned companies. He obtained his JD from the University Of San Diego School Of Law in 1997. Aldrich serves as a member of the board of directors for the Cal Poly Pomona University Educational Trust since 2003. He married Amy Beck in September, 2007 and he spends much of his spare time racing sailboats on the California coast.

Chris Baffo '94, landscape architecture, is president and founder of BlueSky Outdoor Environments, Inc. in Pasadena. Chris is licensed in California as a Landscape Architect and Swimming Pool Contractor. The firm specializes in custom residential design and construction.

Elisabeth Bingham '94, liberal studies, is a legal secretary at a probate/estate planning office in Placerville, CA.

Brad Bridenbeckers ’94, behavioral science, was appointed city manager of La Habra, CA in June 2002. He and wife, Beth; have two children, Victoria Elizabeth and Kathryn Rose.

Jennifer Castellon '94, psychology, is a social worker at Holy Family Services, Adoption and Foster Care.

Martin Chora '94, marketing management, is a senior sales manager at PSI Group, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Pitney Bowes. PSI Group, Inc. is the largest work share partner of the United States Postal Service, providing mail presort services. He works with clients to maximize postage discounts and expedite mail delivery throughout the US. He is based in Southern California.

Michael Cole ‘94, architecture, is serving as project manager for the renovation of Eastern Washington University’s Patterson Hall and as co-project manager for the replacement of Eisenhower High School, Yakima, WA. His past projects include Shadle Park High School and Prairie View Elementary School, Mead, WA. He is a member of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Michael S. Collins '94, architecture, was named the second-place winner in an international architectural competition sponsored by the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists. His entry focused on the ceremonial nature of a memorial and the requirements for storing plutonium in a safe and secure manner to avoid combustion and visitor exposure to radiation.

Eric Crow '94, landscape architecture, is employed as a landscape architect with the Newport Beach Architect firm of Lynn Capouya. He is engaged to Reghan Kai and plans to have a spring wedding in Scottsdale, AZ. The couple will make their home in Huntington Beach.

Shelley Doonen '94, hotel & restaurant management, owns Off Citrus, a bistro in downtown Covina.

Wendy Finch '94, communications, is director of development and alumni relations at Alverno High School in Sierra Madre.

Raymond Flores '94, computer information systems, is the director of technology infrastructure at the University of Southern California - Marshall School of Business. Upon graduation he was hired by Northrop Grumman through the on-campus recruiting program. Working for a Fortune 100 company gave him the experience and background necessary to excel in the IT industry. He then ventured into an IT Management position at Children's Hospital of Los Angeles. He is currently attending USC, where he is finishing an Executive MBA program.

Mate Gaspar ‘94, civil engineering, is the engineering services manager for Culver City. He received his PE license in 1998 and is married with three children.

Cynthia Flores Gautreau '94, liberal studies, is a lecturer at Cal Poly Pomona. She teaches Foundations of Educational Computer Literacy for the College of Education and Integration Studies. She also taught elementay school for 8 years and recently completed a master's degree in educational multimedia.

Linda Geleris '94, M.A. english literature, is a singer/songwriter and is the creator of L.A. Songwriters Network, now known as SongNet.

Caroline George ’94, MS animal science, operates All Cats Clinic, a full-service feline hospital, with her husband Dr. Edgar Church in Ventura, CA. After earning her master’s degree at Cal Poly Pomona, she received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Washington State University in 2000.

Maria K. (Castillo) Gonzalez '94, civil engineering, is a teacher at the Ontario Montclair School District.

Kelly Haggard '94, liberal studies, owns a company which sells marketing services. She completed her MBA at UC Irvine and won one million dollars in the CA State lottery in 2005.

Teague Ho '94, architecture, joined the Sacramento office of HGA Architects and Engineers, a full-service architecture, engineering and planning firm headquartered in Minneapolis.

Karen Jack ’94, american studies, is a special education teacher at Chaparral Elementary School in Claremont, CA.

Joel Kenyon '94, electrical engineering, is a baseline technician at Verizon Wireless in Irvine, Ca.

Winnie LaNier '94, communications, is a director for the Cross-Cultural Center at UC Davis.

Jesus J. Lara '94, landscape architecture, is a doctoral student at Arizona State University in Tempe. He is working towards a Ph.D. in environmental design and planning. Lara was awarded a prestigious Fulbright Fellowship to do dissertation related research in the Netherlands during 2003-2004. Lara completed a master's degree in landscape architecture and a master's in urban planning at the University of Southern California. His research area is urban revitalization and the creation of responsive and adaptive urban environments through the application of sustainable urban design.

Samuel Ledwitz ‘94, finance, real estate and law, is the president of the estate planning law firm of Bezaire, Ledwitz & Associates. The company has offices in Long Beach, West Los Angeles and Torrance, CA. He married Kamila in 2003; they have two children named Emily and Charles.

Fred Lee '94, behavioral science, is a deputy sheriff at the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. He is married to Esperanza Lopez, a custody officer, on April 2007.

Denise Luker '94, mathematics, is a college math instructor. She was recently named Instructor of the Year at Marymount Weekend College. She has recently relocated to Hilo, Hawaii to continue her teaching career.

Joseph Miller ‘94, biology, was named director of business operations by ConsultNet, a premier engineering and technology staffing firm. He has 14 years of progressive experience in the technology consulting industry. Miller enjoys family time with his wife and three children as well as skiing and fishing.

Patrick Ott de Vries '94, electrical engineering, is newly married to Marguerite Keana (August 2003). The couple plans to live in San Diego.

Christopher Porras '94, graphic design, serves as the publications manager for Wagner Equipment Co. headquartered in Aurora, CO. Wagner is the Caterpillar dealer for Colorado, New Mexico and far west Texas.

Antoine "Tony" F. Raphael '94, mechanical engineering, is project manager with the City of Los Angeles Department of Public Works. He recently was appointed public works commissioner by the Ontario City Council.

Jeffrey Ribaudo '94, art, is an art teacher at La Sierra High School in Riverside.

Karin (Crosby) Ribaudo '94, biology, is a science teacher and varsity coach for the boys' and girls' swim teams at La Sierra High School in Riverside.

Kristin (Ward) Rigby '94, management and human resources, is the director of the Rocky Mountain Talent Search and the assistant director of Academic Youth Programs at the University of Denver.

Paul Rodriguez '94, master's in education, is the newly appointed principal at Moreno Valley High School.

Julie Shapiro '94, recreation administration, was inducted into the Orange Coast College Athletics Hall of Fame for her contributions as a student. She won state singles and doubles in 1988 and state doubles crown in 1989. Shapiro was named OCC Athlete of the Year twice. At Cal Poly Pomona she helped win a Division 11 national tennis championship and was a two-time All-American.

Beverly Smith ‘94, accounting, was appointed as the accounting supervisor for the City of Chino Hills in March. She is a certified public accountant and for the past 9 years she has held the position of controller for a number of private entities. Smith received the award for Administrative Employee of the Year. She currently resides in Chino Hills, CA with her husband of 30 years.

Diane von Gunten '94, music, is a singer/songwriter, actress and performing musician. She is involved in several musical groups such as the Platte River Dixie Band as a pianist and singer. She has also performed in a jazz trio called Allegria, where she wrote, sung and played the piano. In addition, she is involved in musical theater at Casper College and community theater in the adult and children's forums. She currently resides in Casper, WY.

Angelique (Meredith) Whelan 94, english, operates her own business "Designs by Angel" out of her home in Illiniois. She does custom handpainted murals and craft items, as well as wedding invitations. She also operates a small eBay business selling restored antique items and collectibles. She and her husband have a horse, 8 dogs, 5 cats, a bunny and a blue and gold macaw.

Loredana Wicketts ‘94, liberal studies, was announced by state Superintendent Jack O’Connell as one of California’s five teachers of the year. She teaches third grade at Eisenhower Elementary School.

Karen Ann Wojan ’94, english, has been named the Associate Vicar at St. John Chrysostrom Episcopal Church in Huntington Beach, CA. Her primary responsibilities are coordinating adult spiritual formation experiences and providing pastoral care to the church and school community. She earned her Master of Divinity from Claremont School of Theology. Her son, Nathan, now attends Cal Poly Pomona and is majoring in physics.

Richard Woodland ‘94, marketing management, is the owner of NLINE marketing and apparel based near Charlotte, NC. NLINE is a custom apparel and promotional products manufacturer and importer that supplies sports teams and business across the U.S. Woodland moved to North Carolina in the late 1990’s to pursue a career in motorsports. His company counts many NASCAR teams and sponsors as customers. He still works with various racing teams on the weekend as a spotter. He is married to Kelly. His daughter Jaklyn was born in February of 2008.

Ronald A. Banaszak Jr., CCM. '95, hotel and restaurant management, received an award in recognition of his services as the Past President of the Club Managers Association of Southern California. He is the General Manager of the Long Beach Yacht Club in Long Beach, CA.

Shahid J. Butt '95, computer science, works as a lead data warehousing analyst/architect at in Santa Monica, Ca.

Jae Chang ‘95, hotel and restaurant management, is the owner of Octopus and recently signed a 10-year lease on an 8,000-square-foot space in Long Beach, CA. The new Long Beach Octopus will include a premiere lounge area with full-service bar and dining area that seats 150 on the floor level and the basement-level VIP area for private events seats 100. Chang currently owns nine locations throughout Los Angeles County and Orange County.

Joanne Coletta ‘95 urban and regional planning & ‘03, masters of public administration, is the new community development director for the City of Corona. She will oversee a department of 19 staffers with a budget of $2.66 million.

Fernando M. Fernandez '95, mathematics, is a math instructor at East Los Angles College in Monterey Park and director of the Escalante Program, an intensive math program that enables high school students to take and pass advance math classes.

John Feron ‘95, general civil engineering, was named the public works director for St. Helena, CA. Feron worked in the private sector for 17 years before joining the city of St. Helena in 2005. He will be responsible for the department’s long term goals of improving water reliability and wastewater capability.

Robert A. Grant ‘95, animal science, is an animal division manager for Natren Probiotics, the oldest probiotics company in the world. Also the only probiotics manufacturer to produce probiotics for the animal market at the drug level of GMP certification. He is currently designing new products for the market. Grant enjoys occasional triathlons.

Sean Michael Hedman '95, finance, real estate & law, is a pharmaceutical sales representative for Pfizer Pharmaceuticals.

Joan Kaplan '95, landscape architecture, is a landscape architect for the Bureau of Engineering, Architectural Division of the City of Los Angeles.

Dan Kezar '95, master's in urban & regional planning, is senior planner for the Clark County Department of Comprehensive Planning, Regional Analysis and Planning Team in Las Vegas.

Robert Y. Ko '95, agricultural biology, is an agriculture inspector at USDA, APHIS, Plant Protection & Quarantine in San Francisco.

Anthonette Leen '95, engineering, is working for Teradyne Inc. in Agoura Hills in customer parts services.

Rocio Lopez '95, urban & regional planning, is community and economic development planner for the City of Paramount.

Marnie (Levitt) Nemcoff ’95, marketing management, is the vice president of marketing for a large credit union is Los Angeles, CA. She is also the proud mom of Sean, born in August 2004.

Toby Norton '95, landscape architecture, started his own design-build landscape company, Good Earth Landscape, in 2001. It is located in Boise, ID.

Yvonne Rentmeester ‘95, food marketing, was promoted to the position of marketing manager for Dole Fresh Fruit. She assumes direct responsibility for Dole Fresh Fruit’s marketing representatives and the merchandising program.

Tene Thomas ‘95, management and human resources, was appointment to the 2008-2009 board of directors for the National Kidney Foundation of Southeast Texas by McConnell Jones Lanier & Murphy, LLP (MJLM). Thomas is a licensed CPA and has more that 14 years of technical experience in tax compliance and accounting services.

William Warner '95, chemistry, continued his education at USC and received a Ph.D. in polymer chemistry. He then spent a year conducting organic chemistry research as a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the University of California, Berkeley and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He has authored many scientific papers, including a publication co-authored by a Nobel Laureate. He is currently a Senior Chemist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.

Darryn Yates '95, communication, is the singer, songwriter of the rock band, On Tracy Lane. They recently finished recording a five-song EP with the St. Louis production company Shock City Music Works.

JoAngeli Zertuche-Kasper '95, behavioral sciences, was recently the recipient of the Leadership in Counselor Award, which was presented by the Chi Sigma Iota Counseling Honor Society Fellowship. She traveled to Washington, D.C. to accept the award. She is currently attending Texas Woman's University, where she is finishing a master's degree in counseling and development from the department of family science.

Lisa Alires '96, marketing management, is network marketing specialist at MarketSource, an IBM Personal Computer Company in Los Angeles.

Erik H. Beardsley '96, master's in agriculture, is a Resource Conservationist at the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Indio.

Bryan Bowers '96, computer information systems, has recently founded an information systems consulting firm, Bowers Technologies, Inc. He received his MBA from UC Irvine in 2002 and graduated in the top 20% of his class.

Jeffery Brown '96, economics, is the prosecuting attorney for the city of SeaTac Washington. After graduation and before going to law school Jeffery flew AH-64 Apache helicopters for the US Army. Jeffery continues to act in local theatre and is currently developing a tv series titled "Law's Untold Story."

Paul R. Contreras '96, liberal studies, is in private practice providing chiropractic house calls throughout the San Gabriel Valley.

Chad Davis ’96, pre vet science, has selected admissions to St. George University to study veterinary medicine for the class of 2009. Currently, Chad works as an ICU and triage nurse for a veterinary referral hospital in NYC.

Dale A. Dyan '96, finance, real estate & law, is a systems analystfor the County of Los Angeles. He was married to Darla Draper on Sept. 7 at Saint Dennis Church in Diamond Bar. The couple honeymooned on the Mexican Riviera, and currently resides in Rancho Cucamonga.

Dexter Galang '96, urban & regional planning, joined RTKL design firm in Los Angeles as an architectural intern.

Troy Handojo '96, microbiology, received a doctor of medicine degree on June 6, 2003 at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. He will begin his residency in internal medicine at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego.

Reky Hiramoto '96, general civil engineering, is development manager at Beazer Homes Southern California. He is responsible for preparing land development budgets and providing development support to the Land Acquisitions Department.

J.P. James '96, marketing management, was promoted to director of strategic planning for UniWorld Group, Inc.

Jeanne Morales Langdon '96, accounting, was married to John Langdon on August 31, 2002 at Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church. She is an accountant at Watson Pharmaceuticals. She currently lives in Corona with her husband.

Earl Lawson '96, sociology, was named police chief for Cal State University Monterey Bay. Most recently he was a commander for the university and was chosen to lead the Monterey Peninsula’s regional SWAT unit.

Jason Lee '96, civil engineering, is vice president of engineering and planning for real estate developer Burnett Co. in Newport Beach, CA.

Bernard Melendez ’96, microbiology, has since graduated from UCLA School of Dentistry and has recently opened his own dental practice in Riverside, CA. He’s been married to his wife, Jennifer, for two years, and they have a 7-month-old son, A.J.

Kathryn Norton '96, food science and nutrition, has held a few food scientist and clinical nutrition positions since graduation. She is now focusing on managing Good Earth Landscape and caring for her two children. She now resides in Boise, ID with her husband and children.

Linda O'Brien (Travers) '96, accounting cum laude, is the corporate accountant for Young Homes in Rancho Cucamonga, the sixth largest homebuilder in the Inland Valley. Linda is remarried, and lives with her husband of two years in Diamond Bar.

Raymond Ortegasa '96, management/human resources, is the administrative service manager for the L.A. County Fair.

Ralph Rivera '96, behavioral science, is a police officer for Pomona Police Department. Before joining the police department, he was a teacher and acting assistant principle at Emerson Middle School in Pomona.

Kathleen Sessman ’96, behavioral science, is City Clerk for La Cañada Flintridge, CA.

Christopher Bazyouros '97, chemistry, was ordained as a priest at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angeles. He is assigned at St. Joseph's Church in Hawthorne.

Daniel Beebe '97, master's in business administration, is a contracts manager in the Law Department for Broadcom Corporation. He received his juris doctor in 2004 from Whittier Law School, and is preparing to take the California bar exam. He joined Broadcom in 2003 and works at their Irvine location.

Barbara Bowers '97, master's in business administration, has joined the Temecula office of Coldwell Banker Associates Realty.

Jennifer Daly '97, psychology, married Alvin Pablo, a Cal State Los Angeles graduate, on September 27, 2003. She is a teacher.

Jane Delahoyde ‘97, agricultural biology, is a pest control advisor for the grower-owned co-op in citrus and avocados in Oxnard Pest Control Assn. in Ventura County. She is currently serving as president for the Ventura County Board. Delahoyde spends her free time hiking, fishing, bike riding and going to concerts. She resides in Ventura, CA.

Rafael Deloera '97, history, launched a school program at LeRoy Haynes Center for Children and Family Services in La Verne. The program helps troubled boys with school and in planning for their future.

Cybele Garcia '97, anthropology, is working on her master's at George Mason University, Virginia at the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution.

Carrie Hudson '97, agriculture, owns Hudson's House and Yard Service in Morongo Valley.

Anthony Iten '97, marketing management, was inducted into the 2011 Holtville High School’s Green & Gold Hall of Fame. Iten was recognized for his contributions and accomplishments.

Stephen L. Jacobs ‘97, horticulture plant and soil science, is a local landscape contractor and founder of Nature Designs Landscaping in Vista. The company will be featured on several upcoming episodes of HGTV's Landscapers' Challenge. Jacobs is a certified landscape professional, arborist, and irrigation specialist. The company was honored with the 2006 California Landscape Contractor's Association Beautification Awards for Large Landscape Renovation and Residential Landscape Maintenance.

Randy J. Kent '97, management & human resources, is human resources representative for Deutsch Metal Components in Gardena.

John J. Liu ’97, finance, real estate & law, is currently a relationship manager in the Commercial Banking Group of Wells Fargo. In 2007, he received his MBA from the USC Marshall School of Business.

Tsaochun C. Lin ‘97, management and human resources, is an army specialist, and has been decorated with an army achievement medal.

Robert J. Nebres '97, finance, is an Oracle consultant for Deloitte Consulting in San Francisco.

Alison Paulus ’97, liberal studies, is a teacher at Cypress Elementary in Covina, CA. She married Stephen Mann, also a teacher, on October 16, 2004.

Nancy Power '97, master's in agricultural science, has recently begun a three-year assignment as an agriculturist in the Philippines with the Mennonite Central Committee.

Misty Said ‘97, philosophy, is the new director of business development for the Child Guidance Center (CGC) in Mission Viejo, CA. Said will be responsible for increasing revenue generated by Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) and take the lead in extending brand awareness of CGC’s newest PCIT facility. She currently resides in Foothill Ranch, CA.

Kevin R. Salger '97, electrical engineering, is a servo systems engineer at Aiwa Digital Technology Inc. in Santa Ana.

Boon Setser '97, biology, was named principal at Green Acres Elementary School. Setser has three daughters 9, 6 and 4.

David Steele ‘97, electrical engineering, was named partner at Christie, Parker & Hale LLP. Steele’s focus is in trademark law, internet law, domain names, and issues related to cyber squatting. He is also an adjunct professor of trademark and internet law at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, CA.

Jan Tomeny '97, aerospace engineering, is a flight test engineer for the C-17 at Edwards Air Force Base. He obtained his pilot license three years ago and flew in an air race last summer.

Fernando G. Uribe '97, political science, is senior deputy probation officer with San Diego County Probation Department. He is currently heading the training unit in San Diego County's Juvenile Hall, directly managing the training of newly hired Correctional Officers in Juvenile Institution Services.

Natalie Wright ’97, english, is a teacher a Claremont High School. She lives in Monrovia, CA with her parents and siblings.

Jayson Yardley '97, master's in business administration, is a consultant in health care at Ernst & Young LLP in Los Angeles.

Mehmet Balcik ‘98, hotel & restaurant management, was named the general manager of Peter Island, the largest private island resort in the British Virgin Islands. He will oversee all of the Peter Island Resort’s operational activities.

Glenn Ho '98, landscape architecture, has been named senior associate for ima+design, the landscape architecture firm responsible for some of Southern California 's most memorable destinations. He will be responsible for design development and project management. Ho is a California licensed landscape architect and joined ima+design in 1997.

John Johnson '98, behavioral sciences, is a psycho-social rehabilitation counselor at Denton County Mental Health/Mental Retardation in Denton, TX.

Kari Kikuta '98, landscape architecture, has been named senior associate for ima+design, the landscape architecture firm responsible for some of Southern California 's most memorable destinations. She will be responsible for design development and project management. A California licensed landscape architect and graduate of Cal Poly Pomona, Kikuta joined ima+design in 1997.

Nikki H. Love '98, finance, real estate & law, graduated from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego , Ca. She was a member of the Black Law Students Association, the Public Interest Law Foundation and Phi Alpha, a professional law fraternity.

Lansing Chew '98, master's in business administration, is group product manager for Experian's Business Information Solutions unit. He and his team blend expertise in direct marketing, product development, distribution, sales and service. They are also responsible for leveraging the company's capabilities and information assets in the business-to-business marketing space. He has been instrumental in developing Experian's business-to-business Web site, ExperianBizInsight, an end-to-end solution for marketers wanting to conduct more profitable campaigns. He joined Experian in 1998 and works at their Orange location.

Angel Colon '98, electronics engineering, is an electrical engineer at Jacob's Engineering Group, Inc. He has worked as a volunteer advisor for the National Society of Black Engineers and served as an industry representative on the MEP Industry Advisory Board. In 2002, he was the recipient of TRW's 2002 Black Professional of the Year Award.

Kheam R. Kay '98, biology, is a software engineer for FileNet Corporation in Costa Mesa, CA. FileNet Corporation helps organizations make better decisions by managing the content and processes that drive their business.

Helen Papadopoulos '98, master's of arts in education, was named one of the top five California Teachers of the Year for 2007, by the State Superintendent for Public Instruction, for the Walnut Valley School District and L.A. County.

Amy Shoupe-Croxall '98, graphic design, is a graphics design engineer in the Engineering Visualization Center at TRW Space & Electronics Group, Redondo Beach.

Kevin Struve '98, marketing management, is a senior investment associate and director of the National Multi Housing Group at Marcus & Millichap, Real Estate Investment Brokerage Company. He has received the firm's most coveted award, the National Achievement Award, for four consecutive years.

Lori Whalen '98, animal science, is a naturalist with The Nature Conservancy's Irvine Ranch Land Reserve where she has taken the lead role in developing and implementing an outdoor environmental education program for grade school children based on the California State Content Standards. Lori also leads and develops interpretive tours for the general public, assists in training docents, and is managing editor of Preservation News, the quarterly newsletter of The Nature Conservancy's Irvine Ranch Land Reserve and the Laguna Greenbelt. Prior to working with The Nature Conservancy, Lori was a field naturalist and media relations coordinator for Inside the Outdoors, the Orange County Department of Education's outdoor environmental education program. Lori is also the Public Relations Chair for the Friends of the Shipley Nature Center, a docent at Crystal Cove State Park, and a volunteer at the Orange County Zoo. Lori has a master's degree in communications from California State University, Fullerton.

Gita Beri '99, political science, is enrolled at the Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles.

Annette Buhr '99, finance, real estate and law, is a commercial property manager for Insignia/ESG, Inc., a real estate management company in Irvine, CA. He manages 1,274, 983 square feet of industrial and office properties for one of their clients, The Irvine Company. She also has a real estate broker's license and enjoys competitive figure skating as a hobby.

Jane DeVries ’99, dietetics, is a public health nutritionist. She recently married Zach Van den Berg, a graduate of Calvin College in Michigan.

Kathryn Douglass '99, education, is a first grade teacher at Sumner Elementary School.

Tim Fitzsimmons ’99, management and human resources, is a planning specialist. He recently married, Jennifer Matsuno ’00, liberal studies, a Cal Poly Pomona graduate and first-grade teacher.

Roldan Jess Flores '99, liberal studies, is currently in the Multimedia Masters Program at Cal Poly Pomona. He is employed by USC as a Technology Coordinator for the Marshall School of Business.

Jim Grizzell '99, master's of business administration, received a certification as a master certified health education specialist (MCHES). Grizzell has met the national standards for individual health education practitioners.

Libby Lee ‘99, behavioral science, is a special education teacher in Chino Valley Unified. He will be completing his master's in special education from Cal Poly Pomona fall of 2007.

Chad Louie '99, mechanical engineering, was named 2012 president of the Kern County Bar Association.

Holly Moore ’99, management/human resources, is a financial analyst at ConAm Management in San Diego. She recently married Peter Breckheimer at the historic Hotel Del Coronado on Coronado Island.

Luis Munoz '99, MBA, currently leads the Network Performance Corporate 13 State Data Collection Staff, AT&T Services. Mr. Munoz has been involved in organizational planning around data collection and other operational support systems in response to several recent mergers. He was recently appointed by the City Council of Rancho Cucamonga to serve on the city's planning and historic preservation commission.

Malina Rodriguez '99, technical theatre design, is living in the Pacific Northwest and works as the technical director for the Time-Based Art Festival. She is also a freelance lighting designer and tech director for artists/choreographers in the Portland area.

Meleisa Shaffer '99, communications, is a designer for the Riverside Press-Enterprise. She married former student, Aaron Mendonca in 2005. The couple met while serving on the 1998-1999 Poly Post editorial staff.

James Edward Sink '99, architecture, was married to Kimberly Beth Scorsatto on July 27, 2002 at Pilgrim Congregational Church in Pomona. He is an architectural project manager in Claremont.

Ronaldo Tapia '99, general anthropology, has graduated from the Roger Williams University School of Law in Bristol, Rhode Island in May 2003.

Sandra Jeannette Vasquez '99, marketing management, works in the sales and marketing field. She married Eric James Guignard, who is in mortgage sales and a furniture craftsman, on June 3, 2006.

Joanna Wong '99, architecture, is an associate and designer at Altoon + Porter Architects, LLP. She has been with the company for seven years.

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