Our Wins

Nancy Crow ’70 had her name added to the firm Pendleton, Wilson, Hennessey and Crow. She is their tax and estate planning practice chair.

Matthew Allen Derr ’89 was named president of Sterling College in Vermont. Sterling has an enrollment of about 100 students with a hands-on environmental focus. Derr served previously as interim president of Antioch College.

Karl Grossman ’64 and his fifty-year career as an investigative journalist were profiled in the East Hampton Press.

Fred Mitchell ’74 was profiled in the Nassau Guardian for his candidacy in Bahamian elections as a member of the Progressive Liberal Party.

Eleanor Holmes Norton ’60 has received quite a lot of publicity for not being allowed to speak at a hearing on a bill to ban post-week-20 abortions in DC.

Julia Reichart ’70 was granted $30,000 by the NEA to support the production of a documentary following the creation of an American work of opera with students from the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati and using the resources of the Cincinnati Opera.

David Scott ’65 was profiled by The Pulse, the official magazine of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Services.

Torin Swartout ’72 was featured in the Ridgefield Press for his work in moving some of the hardest-to-move objects in the world, including most of the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial.