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'99As a manager with PriceWaterhouseCoopers' Organizational Effectiveness and Development practice in Stockholm, Sweden, Erika Ahr works closely with multinational companies undergoing major organizational changes or mergers and acquisitions. Ashley S. Kenzer-Bundis is a marketing associate with The Public Theater in New York City. She is in charge of all marketing campaigns and corporate sponsorships for The Public Theater, Joe's Pub and the New York Shakespeare Festival. David Darlington graduated in May 2001 with a master of arts degree in American history from the University of Maryland. He is currently employed by the American Historical Association as an assistant editor and lives in Maryland. Chirag Kalola, currently a third-year medical student at Tulane University School of Medicine, was recently engaged to Kamini Bhakta, a first-year medical student. The couple is planning a December 2002 wedding. Seth Myers currently is enrolled in a graduate program at the San Francisco Art Institute where he is pursuing a masters of fine arts degree. His area of concentration is in new genres (video, performance, installation). He lives in the North Beach area of San Francisco. Stephanie Pittocco is working for Windhover Information, Inc., in Norwalk, Conn., where she is a research analyst. Windhover is an information services company that publishes medical information for pharmaceutical, biotechnology and health care industries. She is in charge of a monthly column that tracks executive changes with in companies.
Anne Marie (Hundzinksi) Scott and her husband Joshua recently purchased their first single-family home in Gaithersburg, Md. Anne recently joined Otsuka America Pharmaceutical, Inc. in Rockville, Md., as a sales training assistant. Ayla Tezel has been promoted to account executive for Laura Davidson Public Relations. One of LDPR's major clients is The Australian Tourist Commission, and Ayla will be going to Australia in April 2002. Kerri-Lynn Young is working as an analyst with The Interpublic Group in New York where she is involved with negotiations and contracting for Interpublic's thousands of advertising and marketing agencies across the world.
Ifyou have ever wondered what happened to the captain of the football team, the guy who played short stop during your sophomore year or the field hockey player who lived down the hall, here's your chance to find out.
The staff of the Muhlenberg magazine is in the process of putting together a feature story about past Muhlenberg athletes and where life after the 'Berg has taken them, and we need your help. We are asking Muhlenberg sports fans to submit the names of those former athletes they would most like to read about in an upcoming issue of the magazine and what they most remember about that particular athlete. Then, based on the responses we receive, we will do our best to catch up with as many of these 'Berg sports stars as possible and report back to you in a future edition of the magazine.
When submitting your ISO request, please be sure to include the following:
- Your name
- Year of graduation
- Telephone number
- Email address
- Name of athlete you would like us to track down
- What sport or sports the athlete played
- What you most remember about the athlete
Please e-mail submissions to Mike Falk, sports information director at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax your response to 484-664-3477. Or, you can send your request via U.S. mail to the following address:
Mike Falk, Sports information director
2400 Chew Street, Allentown, PA 18104