Members
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Liz Cullen 99
Chapter: New York
Aaron A. Akamu 01
Abigail E. Corcoran 02
Chapter: New York
Abigail E. Drevs 03
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
1014 Elgin
Forest Park, IL 60130

708.366.4208
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Abigail T. Augusta 98
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
I work at CGAP, a global resource center for microfinance. Before that, I worked at a community development credit union as a financial literacy trainer with Dominican immigrants in New York. I've also worked with Save the Children in Nicaragua, SSP in India and 2 years in Ecuador with WorldTeach. I got my Master's in International Development from the New School, but at Dartmouth I studied ethnomusicology and also worked in New York at World Music Institute for 2 years.
1825 Monroe St NW, Apt B
Washington, DC 20010

Occupational Information
City: Washington, DC
Economic Development
Overseas Development
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Adam B. Gottlieb 02
Chapter: New York
New York, NY
917.991.9024 (c) 212.859.8673 (w)
Occupational Information
City: New York, NY
Legal
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Adam H. Sigelman 05
Chapter: Boston, MA
I majored in Romance Languages, minroed in government, and plant to work for Insight Partners before applying to graduate school.
45 Strearns Road.
240-499-4892
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Adam L. Tapley 03
Chapter: Boston, MA
Adam M. Dotson 03
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
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Adam P. Kipp 03
Chapter: Portland/Pacific Northwest
Currently working at Madison High Schooling as a bilingual education assistant.
2915 NE 64th Ave.
Portland, OR 97213

503 288 2771
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Adam Rabiner 88
Chapter: New York
Agnes K. Chan 03
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
Currently completing a Master's in Urban Planning at UCLA. Research interests: reducing barriers of entry and creating sustainability initiatives for micro-enterprises, commercial corridor revitalization, economic development in redevelopment zones.
Occupational Information
City: Los Angeles, CA
Economic Development
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Ahmad S. Nazeri 11
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
I graduated with a History and Middle Eastern studies and I am passionate about education. I will be doing TFA for the next couple of years and I want to go into foreign service afterwards.
804-432-6829
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Aimee E. K. Barnes 04
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
Regulatory affairs manager focusing on strategic analysis of/ advocacy with regards to US state, regional and federal climate change policy initiatives. Experience with policy advocacy and payments for ecosystem services, primarily carbon, but also including water, biodiversity, soil quality, etc. Interested in monetizing environmental benefits, "ecosystemic" approaches to policy and regulation, and environmental justice issues.
330 California Ave.
Apt #306
Santa Monica, CA 90403

310-991-6706
Occupational Information
City: Los Angeles, CA
Environment
Finance
Public Relations
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Aisha E. Burrell 99
Chapter: New York
Alan Y. Cheng D 03 Th 03
Chapter: New York
Alex Kehl '07
Chapter: New York
9176088198
Occupational Information
City: New York, NY
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Alex Neuhoff 00
Chapter: New York
Alexander Nazaryan 02
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Alexandra Basak Russell 04
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
I am currently a law student spending the summer interning in DC at a impact litigation NGO that specializes in human rights.
1531 44th St. NW
Washington, DC 20007

630-744-9685
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Alexandra Checka 01
Chapter: Austin, TX
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Alexandra M. Wagner 03
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
Teaching middle school in Watts.
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Alexis Ettinger
Chapter: International
social entrepreneurship
London, UK
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Alexis K. Jhamb 03
Chapter: Boston, MA
Alfonso Tapia 97
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
773-301-3899
Occupational Information
City: Chicago, IL
Education - Secondary
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Alice C. Hartley 00
Chapter: New York
I've been in New York since October '03, working at an eco-cultural nonprofit called Green Map System. It's a global program that helps people make maps of ecological and cultural resources, in over 250 cities and towns around the world. I'm interested in urban ecology and eco-design, as well as sustainable food systems. At Dartmouth I spent some time as a geography major, then petitioned to graduate with an interdisciplinary major called Political Ecology. I get around town on a green bicycle.
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Alina M. Politzer 11
Chapter: New York
NY, NY
305-215-0766
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Allegra S. Love 03
Chapter: Boston, MA
Allison C. Bullard 04
Chapter: Southern CT/Yale Chapter
Allison C. Sands 99
Chapter: Boston, MA
Allison L. P. Lee 99
Chapter: New York
I am starting a Master's program in International Relations at Columbia. I plan to have one of my concentrations be human rights.
7 Olde Village Drive
Winchester MA 01890

703-371-5799
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Allison W. Caffrey 06
Chapter: Boston, MA
Allison W. Welsh 05
Chapter: Southern CT/Yale Chapter
Biology major at Dartmouth, then worked in Kenya on clean water project with Engineers w/out Borders, on development of Lwala Medical Clinic, and taught in schools (HIV awareness & promoting women's education). Worked in arts/restaurant/music industry in Boston, now in medical research program at Yale, although extremely interested in learning and getting involved in much broader issues of global/local health, education and also arts. Travel between Boston, CT, NYC and new england often.
10 Tyler Ave
Branford, CT 06405

908-963-7878
Occupational Information
City: New Haven, CT
Research
International Health
Education - Primary
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Aly Z. Rahim 02
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Post-Dartmouth I completed a Masters degree in international security studies at Georgetown in December '03, and since then have been working with the Africa Region Conflict and Development Team at the World Bank, where we focus on conflict-affected states and war-to-peace transitions across the region.
202-744-7620
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City: Washington, DC
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Amanda B. Jones 97
Chapter: New York
Currently working as an actor for an off-Broadway repertory company that has been around for over 30 years. Also an active volunteer for New York Cares.
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Amanda C. Paulson 97
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
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Amanda D. Johnson 04
Chapter: Boston, MA
Amanda E. Dwelley 03
Chapter: Boston, MA
Amanda L. Behm 04
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Amir Abu-Khalil 98
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
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Amish Parashar D 03 Th 03
Chapter: International
President of The International Humanitarian Foundation, a new non-profit offering support to at-risk populations worldwide through cooperation with local, grass-roots organizations. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact me, David Morse �03, or visit InternationalHF.org. Also studying for an M.Sc. at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
London, England.
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Amy D. Marcus 03
Chapter: Boston, MA
Amy E. Benziger 04
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
San Francisco, CA
415 722 6200
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Amy Hutchinson Schnitzer 02
Chapter: Boston, MA
Amy M. Chan 06
Chapter: New York
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Amy R. Bruton 06
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
I'm currently in the Upper Valley but looking to relocate, possibly to D.C. I'm most interested in pursuing employment in social justice and/or human rights advocacy.
603-667-7917
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Ana M. Jackson 11
Anastasia R. Lambert 02
Chapter: New York
Anat H. Levtov 98
Chapter: Other
work in higher education
123 woody house
charlottesville
va 22904

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Andrea R. Olinger 05
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
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Andrea V. Salone 03
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
Andrew D. Hanauer 04
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Graduate of Master's program in international studies. Interested in issues related to African politics, debt, and poverty.
1088 Keith Ave
Berkeley, CA 94708

(510) 495-5472
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Andrew Ferrone
Chapter: Boston, MA
Andrew J. Klein 08
Chapter: International
I love to learn, and I have a flexible and open mind. I care deeply about the peaceful evolution of humans and nature on this planet. I strive for the best in every aspect of my life.
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Andrew J. McConville 03
Chapter: Other
Currently attending a master's program at Duke for environmental policy
Carrboro, NC
Occupational Information
Environment
Communications
Campaigns
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Andrew R. Carreras 06
Chapter: Other
Anjali Thomas 00
Chapter: New York
Ann De Bord Smith 99
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
Anna E. Payne 08
Chapter: Other
603-208-8259
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Annalisa L. Harrington 02
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
Anne N. Sosin 02
Chapter: International
I am the director of Vizyon Dwa Ayisyen, or Haiti Rights Vision, a community-based health and human rights organization, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Port-au-Prince, Haiti
011 (509) 445-2868
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Anne P. Bellows 06
Annie Son 08
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
Ariana N. Almas 11
Chapter: Boston, MA
201-214-7997
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Ariel D. Stern 05
Chapter: Boston, MA
Arjun S. Ponnambalam 04
Chapter: International
I am currently working with three coffee cooperatives in the western part of El Salvador. My work includes research on gender and local development in communities that are involved with Fair Trade and organic coffee networks. I am also running some gender workshops for cooperative members.
Occupational Information
Overseas Development
Legal
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Arpana Sood 05
Chapter: New York
Arthur Peterson
Chapter: Other
Aruna M. Kamath 04
Chapter: New York
Asa L. Tapley 02
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Ashley B. James
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
An anthropology bachelor's degree with a master's in liberal studies/creative writing from Dartmouth
1201 swan pt rd
lake ridge va, 22192

703 473 0654
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Austin F. Whitman 99
Chapter: Boston, MA
11 Carol Ave #9
Brighton, MA 02135

857-498-0895
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Aya C. Caldwell 06
Chapter: Boston, MA
Beatrice M. H. Hahn 06
Chapter: New York
Benjamin E. Schwartz 06
Chapter: International
Working in education with migrant workers in West Africa with a focus on community outreach, teacher training, best educational practices, and technology.
P.O. Box 1977
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Benjamin James Keenan 02
Chapter: Boston, MA
Benjamin Moynihan 87
Chapter: Boston, MA
Director of Operations for the Algebra Project (AP), a national mathematics literacy program for students previously performing in the lowest quartile on standardized exams. We seek to "raise the floor" of mathematics literacy by accelerating the learning of low-performing students, so that they may graduate high school on time in 4 years, and be prepared for credit bearing college courses (without remediation). We believe math literacy is a key to citizenship in the Information Age. The AP is led by SNCC MS Voting Rights Movement veteran Bob Moses, and has an intentionally decentralized multi-generational, multi-racial national network of schools, as well as university and organizational partners. More at http://www.algebra.org/
8 Menotomy Road, Apt. 7
Arlington, MA 02476

617-901-3231
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Benjamin P. Doyle 02
Chapter: New York
Bennett M. Samson 80
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Bernd J. Ustorf 91
Chapter: New York
Beth E. Onofry 02
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
36 W. Wheelock St.
Apt. 8
Hanover, NH 03755

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Beth Rabbitt
Chapter: Boston, MA
Betsy Super 02
Chapter: International
Bill Cater 74
Chapter: New York
Blake J. Shepard 97
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
Brad Lang
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Brian J. Reilly 99
Chapter: New York
Brian S. Greenberg 95
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Brian T. Jacobs 02
Bridget L. Decker Adv06
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
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Brinda Sen Tu09
Chapter: Boston, MA
Brooke E. Lierman 01
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Brooking C. Gatewood 05
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
I live cooperatively in Oakland, CA and work at Global Footprint Network, a non-profit working to end overshoot and make ecological limits central to decision-making everywhere using the Ecological Footprint.
733 59th Street
314-550-6559
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Bunhong Youn 03
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
Getting my DDS degree at UMich.
122 N. Thayer St.
Apt #4
Ann Arbor, MI 48104

732 754 1909
Occupational Information
City: Ann Arbor, MI
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C. Melissa Singh 01
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Callen H. Thompson 05
Chapter: Austin, TX
Camille A. Herland 08
Cara L. Abercrombie 97
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Carl N. E. Burnett 03
Chapter: Boston, MA
Carol B. Muller 77
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Caroline M. Pott 02
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Carolyn S. Magee 85
Chapter: New York
Currently I am running the campaigns of three candidates for State office in New Jersey. Our district has been chosen to participate in the NJ Fair and Clean Elections Pilot Project. As the minority party in the district, we are working feverishly to obtain the necessary $10 contributions to qualify for public funding. If anyone has ideas, time or money to share, let me know!
15 Lakeside Ave
973-948-4005
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Cassie R. Ehrenberg 96
Catharine L. A. Weiss 97
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
7204 Chippenham Place
Apt. 304
Baltimore, MD 21244

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Catherine A. McManus 04
Chapter: New York
Cayelan C. Carey 06
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
Charles Garland II Tu90
Chapter: New York
I am an innovation consultant, author, trainer, coach, and speaker
225 East 66th Street
Apt 2A
New York, NY 10065

2125355385
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Charles M. White 02
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Studying soil science at the University of Maryland.
714 Maplewood Ave #2
Takoma Park, MD 20912

703-489-1358
Occupational Information
City: Washington, DC
Environment
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Chelsea S. Voake 06
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
I'm an 06 Geography Major modified with Environmental Studies, I went on the ENVS FSP to South Africa this fall, I want to work in international development
HB 3572
Hanover, NH 03755

802 649 1321
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Chinedu C. Udeh 12
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
I want to be a History Major with a Public Policy Minor. I am interested in many things espcially public policy, law, and social issues.
9097723765
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Christian M. Felix 99
Chapter: New York
Christina L. LaMontagne 03
Fulbright Scholar in China; studying HIV prevention
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Christine Anneberg
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
Interested in Sports for Development.
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Christine B. Crabb 90
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
Christine M. Coldiron 03
Chapter: Boston, MA
Currently working in Mogadishu (aka Jamaica Plain) for the Somali Development Center, Inc, a non-profit dedicated to providing post-resettlement services to the Somali (and west African) refugee community in New England.
44 Morrison Ave
Somerville, MA 02144

917-558-3503
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Christine M. Kappaz 91
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
I work as a consultant to nonprofits and the public sector on a range of social justice issues. Primarily related to economic development. I do international development work and also work on projects here in Chicago. I volunteer as a board member of Girls Best Friend Foundation in Chicago.
28 East Jackson BlvdSuite 1700Chicago, IL 60604
312-922-9920
Occupational Information
City: Chicago, IL
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Christine Y. Mok 02
I'm starting up a Southern CT chapter, so for those Dartmouth grads who find themselves at Yale or in the area, please contact me.
Christine Mok
Yale School of Drama
222 York Street
New Haven, CT 06520

2037772529
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Christopher A. Wright 00
Chapter: New York
I have been missing the opportunity to reconnect with my fellow alums and I haven't been as active in my community lately. I feel AFSC is a great way to do both. I look foward to hearing from you.
1948 Bartle Ave
Scotch Plains, NJ 07076

908-313-2304
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Christopher C. Benner 87
Chapter: Other
Involved in anti-apartheid and Central america solidarity work in the mid-80s while at Dartmouth. Still do a lot of work in South Africa. Currently (2006) a professor at Penn State. Full professional information at: http://www.geog.psu.edu/people/benner/
1250 E Park Hills Ave
814-231-0161
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Christopher C. Bradt 00
Chapter: Other
I have a strong interest in education and sustainable development.
2614 Lincoln Ave.
Miami, FL 33133

(305) 856-2174
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Christopher C. Davidson 76
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
I co-founded the CBS Diversity Institute which identifies and nurtures writers, directors and actors of color: Giving access and opportunities in network television to emerging artists of diverse backgrounds. We have launched a number of careers in our six years of operation. See www.cbsdiversity.com.
I have also served as a board member and chair of AIDS Service Center in Pasadena - The second largest care provider for those living with HIV/AIDS in Los Angeles.
869 South Oak Knoll Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91106

626-792-6970
Occupational Information
City: Los Angeles, CA
Communications
Marketing
Charity Events
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Christopher R. G. Taylor 01
Chapter: International
I have been living in Budapest for the last two years, teaching English and working for an NGO (Autonomia Alapitvany) that focuses on Roma issues here in Hungary.
22 Erzsebet Krt
Budapest Hungary
1077

+3630 241 8728
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Christy M. Lazicky 11
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Chung-Yu Hsieh 01
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
Cindy Keppel 02
Chapter: Boston, MA
Clare M. Pinkert 97
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
Claribel E. Vargas 03
Chapter: Boston, MA
Colin D. Tong 93
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
I am committed to advanced social change where everyone is operating at "love and above" in business, in our families and globally.
327 North Vulcan Avenue
Encinitas, CA 92024

415-412-9723
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Cory H. Kendrick 10
Dartmouth senior exploring post-grad options -- I'm interested in green thinking and social design: sustainable, creative strategies to connect people and socially meaningful initiatives in a well-designed, innovative way. I'd love to chat with alums about their experiences -- in the non-profit sector, design consulting, business, media or creative fields!
HB 1115
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH 03755

(207) 749-6136
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Courtney P. Schenk 05
Chapter: Boston, MA
Crystal D. Crawford 87
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
D. Jackson Downey 03
Chapter: New York
Damali M.C. Rhett 99
Chapter: New York
I am a '99 currently working in finance in New York. I will be starting business school next year although I am not sure which school.
1093 Summit Avenue, #9
Jersey City, NJ 07307

201-533-0561
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Daniel B. Parish 89
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
Daniel J. Phelan 03
Chapter: International
I am currently in Hanover, NH working at DHMC. After Christmas I will be going through EMT training and then in march I will go to Uganda to join the Peace Corps
5275 Crestview Heights Drive
Bettendorf, IA 52722

563 271 9082
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Dara J. Adams 04
Chapter: New York
310-429-9428
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David B. Wallinga 83
Chapter: Other
David Becker
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
David Dawley 63
Chapter: Boston, MA
Peace Corps Volunteer, community development in Honduras, 63-65; University of Michigan School of Social Work, 67; Michigan Association of Social Workers, lobbyist, 66-67; Action For Human Rights (UM), founder/Chairman; Community Organizer in Chicago, Vice Lords, 67-70, Special Assistant to Governor of Massachusetts, 72-75; National Advisory Council of Peace Corps, 70-73; Independent Foundation (Peace Corps/Vista) co-founder/Vice Chairman; Harvard Business School OMP 79. Advisor/consultant for philanthropy: Nike, RJR Nabisco Foundation (Next Century Schools), National Foundation for Improvement in Education; Inmate Education Fund (founder); National Center For Gang Policy (founder/Chairman); consultant on gang prevention to the Departments of Justice and HHS. Nelson A. Rockefeller Center Board of Visitors, 05-current.

PO Box 873
Westminster, MA 01473

202-352-0339
Occupational Information
City: Boston, MA
Overseas Development
Campaigns
Advice/Counseling
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David E. Labrador 96
Chapter: New York
David G. Lysy 99
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
I am a 2005 graduate of the University of Chicago with a Masters of Arts in Social Service Administration, a Masters of Divinity in Social and Professional Ethics (2004), and a Masters of Public Policy in Public Management. My overall area of concentration in graduate school (2000-2005) was emergency management and disaster response.

I work for the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) in Washington, DC, and am on the Homeland Security & Justice Departments team.

Please feel free to contact me if you're interested in potential collaboration.

Cheers,

David G. Lysy, M.A., M.Div., M.P.P.
1401 Blair Mill Road, Apt.#1121
Silver Spring, MD 20910

301-588-0762
Occupational Information
City: Washington, DC
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David G. Pine 81
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
I serve on the school board for the San Mateo Union High School District. I am interested in education reform and public policy and politics more generally.
320 Chapin Lane
Burlingame, CA 94010

650-579-6587
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David J. Asmussen 02
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Support local, organic farmers! Visit my website www.3VotesADay.Org to find out how.
443 28th st #8
Oakland, CA 94609

518-755-7611
Occupational Information
City: San Francisco, CA
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David M. Anderson 04
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
I work as the Summer Camp Director for the DREAM Program, Inc., a non-profit mentoring program for low-income children in Vermont. DREAM was actually started by another Dartmouth alum, Mike Foote '01, and from our modest beginnings at Dartmouth, we've now expanded to a number of other colleges in Vermont, and we've just bought our summer camp this past year!
195 Howard St., Apt #2
Burlington, VT 05401

678-372-2148
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David W. Morse 03
Chapter: Boston, MA
I currently work for the Bridgespan Group, a non-profit consulting firm based in Boston.

I am also involved with the International Humanitarian Foundation (internationalhf.org), an international NGO founded at Dartmouth to link academic communities with grassroots communities abroad in the context of innovative, long-term development projects.
603-315-7584
Occupational Information
City: Boston, MA
Overseas Development
Administrative Assistance
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Deanne J. Battle 03
Chapter: New York
Debbie L. Greenberger 00
Chapter: New York
Devon J. Green 02
Chapter: Other
Diana Jih 09
Chapter: Other
I am interested in the interface between community development, environment and agriculture, and public health
1239 Eleonore Street
New Orleans, LA 70115

415-309-3320
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Diana R. Ellsworth 01
Chapter: Boston, MA
Diasmer P. Bloe 00
Chapter: International
I work internationally as the Senior Technical Advisor - Policy and Implementation at the National Investment Commission in Liberia. There I advise on economic policy and development.

Prior experience include positions as a Scott Fellow providing senior Liberian government officials expertise in policy, economics, finance and ministerial coordination and administration, the Director of Special Projects at the Jewish Healthcare Foundation of Pittsburgh, and the Associate Director of the Software Industry Center at Carnegie Mellon University.

I hold a MS in Public Policy and Management from Carnegie Mellon University and a BA in Applied Mathematics from Dartmouth College.
Occupational Information
City: Boston, MA
Overseas Development
Economic Development
International Health
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Djahane Salehabadi 01
Chapter: New York
101 Strawberry Hill Cr #1
Ithaca, NY
14850

607 330 0655
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Domingo T. Martinez 00
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Don S. Samuelson 62
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
Dartmouth '62, Peace Corps in Nigeria 62-64, U of Chicago Law School -67. Kirkland & Ellis Law Firm, back to the U of C Law School as Assistant Dean, then first Assistant Director of Illinois Housing Development Authority (provider of financing for developers of low/mod income housing), then 30 years in the field of affordable housing, using housing as the strategic catalyst for building human capital among residents and social capital in communities. Extensive use of wireless and wifi technologies and vertical market portals (like this one).


1745 Broadland Lane, Lake Forest, Illinois 60045
773-447-8794
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Donald L. Jolly Jr. 04
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
Dorothy H. Bright 97
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
3623 Elkader Road
Baltimore, MD 21218

410.662.9214
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Douglas P. Hannah 05
Chapter: Boston, MA
17 Simpson Ave
Somerville, MA
02144

860-573-3398
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Drew S. Sheriff 01
contact
Dyese C. Taylor 08
Chapter: New York
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E. Claire Cage 05
Chapter: International
Edward S. Spang 00
Chapter: Boston, MA
I work for Management Sciences for Health (MSH), a non-profit public health consulting organization that works to improve the delivery of health services in developing countries.
115 Norway St.
Boston, MA 02130

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Elena Y. Severinghaus 09
Chapter: Boston, MA
Elise N. H. Braunschweig 08
Chapter: International
Elise T. C. Ahyi 93
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Elizabeth A. Badger 02
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Elizabeth A. Hadzima 06
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
I'm an 06 who majored in Earth Science with minors in government and public policy. I'm interested in environmental public policy and sustainable development and am planning on moving out to San Francisco soon to look for a job!
Not sure yet!
617-921-6832
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Elizabeth A. Keenan 07
Chapter: International
Elizabeth A. Roberts 00
Chapter: New York
Just relocated to NYC metro area and am looking to get involved with things that don't have anything to do with how I'm going to pay my rent.
5030 Henry Hudson Pkwy
Bronx, NY 10471

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Elizabeth B. Craig 00
Chapter: New York
I am currently in my fourth year of teaching at a public elementary school in Connecticut. I took a year's leave to complete a master's in Education Administration, Planning, and Social Policy, and am interested in education reform and special education policy issues.
20 Kent Place
Cos Cob, CT 06807

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Elizabeth B. Ellison 09
Chapter: Other
I'm a first-year grad student at Carnegie Mellon and an emergency victim advocate at Pittsburgh Action Against Rape. I've been working primarily with victims of sexual assault and domestic violence since 2005.
5856 Alderson St, Apt. #2
Pittsburgh, PA 15217

(774) 526-3963
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Elizabeth B. Hovey 83
Chapter: New York
I thank you for embracing the potential of alums for social change. I am a frequently over-committed 50 year old mom & part time history professor who wishes to do more for peace, social justice and environmental health. I am particularly worried about "fracking" - hydraulic fracturing.

I wrote much of this in an 'registration' attempt yesterday, but it didn't respond when I pushed "submit". (I was/am using Safari on a Mac; I'll try another approach).

I'd be happy to learn about DASC events and be on your mailing list. I am a member of Brooklyn Parents for Peace, despite living in Manhattan - are you interested in my forwarding info from it from time to time?
I'm an '83. Formerly "Beth;" I now generally am known as "Zabby"
139 Fulton Street, #915
New York, NY 10038

2123493476
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Elizabeth B. Topping 02
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
1929 Calvert Street NW
Washington, DC
20009

202 841-9441
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Elizabeth C. Fairchild 12
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
contact
Elizabeth D. Spence 08
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Elizabeth J. Gibson 06
Chapter: Boston, MA
I'm graduating after the winter of this year. I am a Geography major, and a Women's and Gender Studies Minor. I am interested in sustainable energy, community development, and women's issues. I am brushing up on my Spanish.
HB 843
603 249 6572
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Elizabeth L. Agosto 01
Chapter: New York
contact
Elizabeth R. Middleton 06
Chapter: Southern CT/Yale Chapter
Elizabeth Storn
Chapter: Portland/Pacific Northwest
Elizabeth T. Allen 06
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
Ella J. Kim 09
Chapter: New York
Ellen P. Sandmeyer 12
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
I'm a recent grad from the class of 2012. At Dartmouth, I was involved with the varsity women's rowing team and Alpha Phi sorority. I'm currently living in Washington, DC.
2639 I St. NW
Washington, DC
20037

650 346 6952
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Emily A. Copeland 04
518-378-5232
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Emily E. Meier 05
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
Interested/Invovled with Habitat for Humanity and sustainable archtiectural design. Looking to work abroad in poverty/sustainable economic development issues
HB 3929
Hanover, NH 03755

contact
Emily F. Jones 08
Chapter: Boston, MA
Emily L. Chen 08
Chapter: International
Emily L. Fedman 02
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Erica Chin 06
contact
Erica Frost Finsness 04
Chapter: Portland/Pacific Northwest
I live in Seattle and am particularly interested in the intersection of human health and ecological health.
2409 E. Yesler Way
Seattle, WA 98122

206-999-1942
contact
Erica R. M. Mintzer 02
Chapter: Southern CT/Yale Chapter
I am a student at Yale School of Medicine, after working at Tellus Instiute, a non-profit environmental research and consulting firm in Boston. I am interested in the intersections between environment and health, and am currently doing research on the impact of school gardens on the nutrition of inner-city students. Also check out AIDG.org - an international appropriate infrastructure group that I have been involved with.
361 Elm Street
New Haven, CT

617-320-8873
Occupational Information
Medicine
Environment
contact
Erica V. Duque 03
Chapter: International
Erica Y. Cheung 13
Erika D. Owen 06
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
661 510-2331
contact
Erika P. Sogge 08
Chapter: Other
Erin E. Bingham 05
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
Captain of swimming and diving team
From Nebraska
Going to the Peace Corps in Latin America for next 2 years
HB 1588 Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH 03755

402-440-3483
contact
Erin E. Fifield 05
Chapter: Peace Corps Volunteers
contact
Esther J. M. Lee 97
Chapter: Boston, MA
Eva Vivalt 05
Chapter: International
Evelyn Chen 01
Chapter: New York
Senior Donor Relations Manager for The Nature Conservancy's New York City Office. Volunteer at the Museum of Natural History.
Occupational Information
City: New York, NY
Fundraising
Environment
contact
Evelyn L. Stevens 05
Chapter: New York
Ezekiel O. Webber 00
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
Femi M. Allen 99
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Frank J. Black 00
Chapter: New York
Franki L. Lambert 03
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
2350 N. Cleveland Ave. Unit 4
Chicago, IL 60614

contact
Frederica Helmiere 04
Chapter: Portland/Pacific Northwest
4610 S. Ferdinand St
Seattle WA 98118

301-520-4008
Occupational Information
City: Seattle, WA
Religious/Spiritual Ministry
Environment
Overseas Development
contact
Freya M. Sachs 04
Chapter: Other
contact
G. Peter Laufer 71
Chapter: Boston, MA
Also have been known as Prakash Laufer since 1972. I am a long-time dancer, meditator,yogi, socially responsible business entreprenuer and community activist. The father of 5 daughters - 4 adopted from all over the world
1005 Burts Pit Rd
Florence MA 01062

413-585-0763
contact
G. Rollo Begley 04
Chapter: New York
Gabriel H. Calvi 05
Chapter: Other
Gary E. Weissman 02
Chapter: New York
Geddes S. Golay 01
Chapter: New York
Genaro Bugarin 01
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
198 S Rosemead Blvd Apt. B
323-712-1193
contact
Georges H. G. Dyer 01
Chapter: Boston, MA
Co-founded Greenland Enterprises, a small consulting firm dedicated to creating a socially and ecologically sustainable society.
288 Essex Ave
Gloucester, MA

978-879-4589
contact
Gisela Insuaste
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
Hello.

I'm an artist and arts administrator/educator currently living in Chicago. I recently graduated with an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and am currently working at Association House of Chicago, a social service agency. I am the Arts Program Coordinator at the Community Center. For many years now, I have been active in the arts community wherever I have lived and worked. I have worked in cultural organizations such as museums, community-based organizations, schools, and art centers. I am interested in hearing from others actively involved in the arts....

I believe art is transformative- it can empower youth and adults with the skills, confidence, and knowledge to actively create art that explores, celebrates, and challenges the community they live in. It is a powerful tool of communication and healing; helping to understand and express our shared fears and joys.
1520 N. Western Ave. #1F
Chicago, IL 60622

773-865-1183
contact
Gloriana V. Gallegos 01
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Grace V. Leslie 02
Chapter: Southern CT/Yale Chapter
Grace Y. Lee 03
Chapter: Austin, TX
graduating with a dual degree (JD/MPAff) from law school/public policy school in May 2008
Occupational Information
Legal
contact
Gregory J. Pence 06
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
I'm a Fulbright researcher of Korean nationalism and editorial cartoonist for the DailyNK, an online hub for news and information about the DPRK supported by the National Endowment for Democracy. This year I'm working with volunteers to organize exhibitions for North Korean defector artist Song Byeok (www.songbyeok.com) in ATL and DC this February and April respectively. My past experiences in social service include serving as an AmeriCorps VISTA at the Tucker Foundation, working as a staff field organizer for a presidential campaign, and organizing a concert-fundraiser in Seoul. You can check out Song's work at www.songbyeok.com and my own scribbles at www.toonouttheworld.com.
1015 McClelen Way
Decatur, GA
30033

801-865-1007
contact
Gretchen E. Gehrke 05
Griffin J. Murray 99
Chapter: International
I work with TechnoServe, a U.S.-based NGO that provides economic and business development advisory services to governments and businesses throughout Latin America and Africa. I am presently living in Ghana working to develop a pan-African cashew industry development program
PO Box 78375
255-745-827-808
contact
Gyvonne V. Pinkston 99
Chapter: Other
Harsh Gupta 10
Chapter: International
I graduated in Economics at Dartmouth, and am currently working in Kolkata, India. I also volunteer part-time at an NGO called Calcutta Rescue where I teach English to students from disadvantaged backgrounds. I would love get in touch with like-minded Dartmouth alums, and I open to considering any new opportunity in social work or public policy.
174B, BLOCK-G
NEW ALIPORE
KOLKATA - 700053
INDIA

+919830197000
contact
Heather H. Ho 05
Chapter: Boston, MA
6173041863
contact
Heather K. Strack 07
Chapter: Other
Heather Stocks Pixley 02
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Helene M. Greves 97
Chapter: Portland/Pacific Northwest
Hilary A. Kopple 99
Chapter: New York
I'm about to begin my 2nd year at Columbia University School of Social Work, working with teen girls.
contact
Hillary E. Miller 02
Chapter: New York
India H. Wood 88
Chapter: Other
Irene Hwang 03
Chapter: New York
Isabel Casariego Bober
Chapter: Boston, MA
Jacqueline L. Buros 03
Chapter: Boston, MA
Jaime Guzman 97
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
James T. Cisneros 86
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Member of Deloitte Consulting's Enterprise Sustainability practice. Let Sustainability project at major US Financial Services institution.
34753 Snickersville Turnpike,
Round Hill, VA 20141

540.554.8524
contact
Jane T. Varner 90
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
concerned citizen
contact
Janelle M. Garrett 98
After Dartmouth, I taught for a year and then moved to DC to get a MA in Latin American Studies at Georgetown.
I am currently teaching Spanish and Debate in a semi-rural public high school outside of Fort Worth, Texas. (God has a sense of humor, doesn't she?) I also coach competitive debate and other speech events (prose/poetry/extemp), sponsor the Spanish Club and now, the newly created chapter of Amnesty International. At any rate, as a teacher every day I have a platform (my classroom)from which I can make kids think, open their minds, see things in different ways and hopefully inspire them to act--in order to change their world. I am also working with the Texan Democrats (no, it doesn't have to be an oxymoron :-) and have been very involved with the anti-war coalition, immigration advocate groups, and with several organizations focusing on Latino issues in this area. Although I am in Texas and not in one of the local chapters, please keep me posted and let me know how we can collaborate on different issues.
6212 Whitman Ave
Fort Worth, TX 76133

817-846-1859
contact
Janet Kim
Chapter: New York
Janice H. Kim 02
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
Janna I. Berke 02
contact
Jared Alessandroni
Chapter: New York
Having fun, developing iPhone apps, working on some cool projects, doing some educational consulting, and all that stuff.

Please contact me with any questions or comments - I am, when I'm not totally sucked up by work, responsible for this website.

jaredwilliam.com
1 River Place
New York, NY 10036

cell 978.835.3420 land 212.795.1113
Occupational Information
City: New York, NY
Education - Primary
Information Technology
contact
Jason Maxwell Spitalnick 02
Chapter: New York
I've been doing education policy since leaving Hanover. DC Public Schools for a bit. New York City Council Education Committee for a year. Now I'm at PENCIL, a non-profit that facilitates partnerships between private sector folks and NYC public schools (www.pencil.org).
50 Horation St. #6
New York, NY 10014

516.606.1220
Occupational Information
City: New York, NY
Education - Community
Education - Primary
Campaigns
contact
Jean E. Eisberg 01
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Jeannine C. Murray-Roman 99
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
Jeffrey M. Garrett 02
Chapter: Boston, MA
Jeffrey P. Vardaro 02
Chapter: Other
Jennifer A. Rottmann 02
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Jennifer D. Mui 99
Chapter: International
Jennifer H. Lee 01
Chapter: International
contact
Jennifer L. Lawinski 99
Chapter: Boston, MA
I'm a journalist working at a small daily paper in Northeastern Massachusetts.
64 Plymouth Street
Cambridge, MA 02141

617-868-1550
contact
Jennifer L. Rackliff 04
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Jennifer L. Widham 95
Chapter: New York
Jennifer Loleta Daniel 97
Chapter: Other
contact
Jennifer M. Bordeau 06
Chapter: Boston, MA
Jennifer M. Chu 02
Chapter: New York
Jennifer M. Leahy 98
Chapter: Boston, MA
c/o MSH
165 Allandale Road
Boston, MA 02130

617 470 9075
contact
Jennifer M. Ross 03
Chapter: Portland/Pacific Northwest
I am a first-year MD/MPH student at OHSU in Portland. At Dartmouth, I was active in Habitat, but I like lots of health, housing, human rights-type issues.
1928 NE 17th Ave
Portland, OR 97212

(678) 986-9842
contact
Jennifer N. Kay 01
Chapter: Other
contact
Jenny M. Dahlstein 93
Chapter: Boston, MA
Jeremy A. Keyes 05
Chapter: New York
Associate Partner at Wesley Brown & Bartle. Executive search firm with a focus on diversity and women hiring.
contact
Jess P. King 98
Chapter: New York
Jessa E. Barnard 02
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Jesse L. Kearney Jr 97
Chapter: New York
Jesse M. Tichenor 06
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
As a teacher, counselor, consultant, and organizer for human liberation issues, I work with a wide variety of individuals and organizations to build diverse, just, and loving communities at every level- in our individual relationships, in our businesses and social networks, in our local towns and cities, and in our broadest political and economic systems.
PO Box 236
Glenbrook, NV 89413

775-301-5673
Occupational Information
City: San Francisco, CA
Education - Community
Environment
Religious/Spiritual Ministry
contact
Jesse R. Gero 06
Chapter: Other
921 Pinehurst Terrace
(812) 327-3021
Occupational Information
City: Atlanta, GA
Overseas Development
Legal
Research
contact
Jessica A. Drazenovich 12
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
I'm passionate about education for social change! among tons of other things
3827 Cantebury Ct Apt 2A
708 248 6714
contact
Jessica Alvarez 06
Chapter: Other
Jessica E. Mitchell 97
Chapter: New York
I teach 8th grade math in Newark, NJ at a school that was my original TFA placement school.
5 Grenada Place
Montclair, NJ 07042

contact
Jessica M. Marshall 01
Chapter: New York
I am natl co-coordinator of the Young Communist League & member of the National Youth and Student Peace Coalition (organized March 5th student strike). I am active in United for Peace and Justice on admin & steering committees & i do with the natl network on cuba and other intl solidarity work. In NYC I am a member of the Harlem/Washington Heights YCL and we do a lot of work within the community including anti-recruitment, youth organizing and cultural programs like open mics.
646-643-7702
contact
Jessica R. Lawson 04
Chapter: International
Associate Director/Co-Founder of The Mariposa DR Foundation

The Mariposa DR Foundation is a U.S. 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization with the mission of providing youth and families living in the Dominican Republic with the tools they need to become active community leaders for social change.

Education is the pathway out of poverty; but even to reach that pathway, we first need to confront the barriers that complicate and prevent learning: disease and poor sanitary conditions, hunger, lack of shelter and clothing, no jobs or financial resources and gender inequality.
Cabarete, Dominican Republic
829-578-0900
Occupational Information
Education - Community
Fundraising
contact
Jessica Reiten 06
Chapter: Boston, MA
Administrative Associate in the Education Department at Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts. Volunteer for PPLM's Sexual Health Counseling and Referral Hotline.
155 Mason Terrace, #1
Brookline, MA 02446

714.309.5718
contact
Jim Butterworth Tu91
Chapter: Other
Joanna N. Edwards 02
Chapter: New York
Joanne E. Schneider 10
505-470-7881
contact
Jocelyn A. Leavitt 01
Geography modified with ENVS major...interested generally in social justice issues, specifically in both environmental and education policy as well as how the non-profit sector can employ business models
c/o Island School
3-1875 Kaumuali'i Hwy
Lihue, HI 96766

808.286.2636
contact
Johanna R. Thomas 04
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
I am currently a first year law student at the University of Pennsylvania.
3600 Chestnut Street
Box 1103
Philadelphia, PA 19104

646-408-7220
contact
John B. Wason 71
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
John Lee 02
Chapter: New York
350 West 18th Street
Apt 2F
New York, NY 10011

917-886-5140
contact
John M. Brett 00
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Former Legal Services Non-Profit Executive Director, Current Seminarian, Interests include Racial & Economic Justice & I identify as Gay/Queer, most of my "social change" experience has been small scale, but looking to reconnect with Dartmouth Alums who share similar passions & social commitments.
2770 Marin Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94708

206-462-0838
contact
John M. Raser 01
Chapter: Boston, MA
I'm a resident in family medicine at the Greater Lawrence Family Health Center. I am also on the board of a small NGO (started by my fellow resident and '02 DMS '06 JP Dedam) working in rural Nicaragua on health, economic development, and education.

My wife works in development at the Home for Little Wanderers in Boston.
110 Ames Street
Lawrence MA, 01841

617 909 1522
Occupational Information
City: Boston, MA
Medicine
International Health
Health Policy
contact
John M. Strayer 96
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Assistant Public Defender
3011 Ontario Rd. NW
Apt. 15
Washington DC 20009

contact
Joie E. Jager-Hyman 00
Chapter: Boston, MA
Jon A. Dale 74
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
I'm old. I work in renewable energy. My motto is "saving the planet, one roof at a time"
364 Peachstone Terrace
San Rafael, CA 94903

415.302.0086
contact
Jon Sussman
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Jonathan A. Reich 68
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
Have been mostly in public sector public service work since Dartmouth, and active in alumni afairs....News Director of national public radio affil. WGUC, area director - American Jewish Committee - Midwest, seminarian - Chicago Theological Seminary, worked for Greenpeace and IL Public Action, hospital chaplain, minister to Unitarian Universalist Society Los Angeles West, videographer - private practice, Democratic party candidate against Rep. Dennis Hastert--1992, fundraiser with Pittsburgh PA firm for dozens of non-profits, now seeking a new challenge....
217 S. 2nd St., Apt. 299
DeKalb, IL 60115-3715

815-901-2021
contact
Jonathan B. Miller 00
Chapter: New York
Columbia Law student
411 W 115th Street, #41
New York, NY 10025

212.853.3261
contact
Jonathan O. Potter 01
Chapter: Boston, MA
I am the co-founder and Executive Director of The DREAM Program, Inc, a Vermont non-profit mentoring organization.
PO Box 162
Winooski, VT 05404

802-655-4378
contact
Joni Tracy 98
contact
Jordan H. Osserman 11
Chapter: International
A leftist alum hoping to connect with like-minded folks :)
contact
Jordyn L. Paradis 04
Chapter: Southern CT/Yale Chapter
Jorge A. Miranda 01
Chapter: Boston, MA
Math teacher at Media and Technology Charter High School in Boston, MA. Co-Founder of 2020 Democrats.
24 Queensberry St.
Apt. 5
Boston, MA 02215

617-670-2624
contact
Josephine S. Sandler 91
Chapter: New York
Executive Recruiter for nonprofit organizations, educational institutions and foundations.
132 East 35th Street, Apt. 4K
New York, NY 10016

917-743-9821
contact
Joshua B. Warren 02
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
3216 Walbridge Place
Washington, DC 20010

(202) 528-4331
contact
Joshua D. Heikkila 94
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
Joshua M. Labove Adv11
Chapter: International
BA Honours Political Science (Human Rights), The University of Chicago

PhD Candidate, Geography
Department of Geography
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Drive
Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6
CANADA

6043198655
contact
Judy S. Kuan 03
Chapter: New York
Julia C. Webb 04
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
1L @ W&M; Just started the Children's Advocacy Law Society here, and would like to hook law students up with non-profits in the field who have a need for legal research that could be done long-distance.
P.O. Box 8705; GSH 069
Williamsburg, VA 23187

contact
Julia E. DeWahl 09
Chapter: International
I was a History major, DOC member and Director of the Rockapellas while a student at Dartmouth. After graduating last June, I moved to India on a whim for a little adventure in the unknown. I am currently working in New Delhi to develop a healthcare platform with a global scope.
M-47 Greater Kailash 1
New Delhi, India

+91 8010006974
contact
Julia F. Bernstein 07
Chapter: Boston, MA
516-633-4517
contact
Julia M. Pinover 02
Chapter: New York
Preparing to apply to law schools and looking for a legal job with a non-profit organisation
205 West 15th Street Apt 2CNew York, NY 10011
212 414 1830
contact
Julie C. Mumford 04
Chapter: Boston, MA
Junko Kobayashi 03
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Justin K. Stearns 98
Chapter: International
After spending the last few years in the Arab world studying Arabic and Islamic history I'm currently trying to put together my dissertation in Medieval Islamic history at Princeton University. For the next year or so I will be
in Spain and Yemen.
Justin Stearns
Calle Principe, 20
4 Izquierda
28012, Madrid
Spain

contact
Justin S. Pae 00
Chapter: New York
Justine Chao 03
Chapter: New York
Kabir G. Sehgal 05
Chapter: International
Working to rebuild the Charfassion Orphange in Bangladesh.
contact
Kara L. Kapp 06
Chapter: New York
Kari A. Gleiser 97
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
1230 River Rd.
Plainfield, NH 03781

603-675-5500
contact
Karlise Y. Grier 86
Chapter: Other
Karsten A. Barde 04
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Kate Chamberlin 95
Chapter: New York
Kate E. Douglas 03
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Kate M. Brown 03
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
I currently work at a women's clinic in the mission (in SF) and am applying to medical school.
24 John St. San Francisco, CA94133
(205) 612-6062
contact
Kate M. Eklin 08
Chapter: International
Currently in Non Profit Management Grad Program in Argentina
Buenos Aires, Argentina
k.eklin@gmail.com

+54 11 6171 0335
contact
Katharine E. Churchill 06
Chapter: Boston, MA
903 Monument St.
978 807 5533
contact
Katherine A. Frett 05
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
Katherine B. Cochrane 02
contact
Katherine E. Ferguson 10
Chapter: Boston, MA
Currently living in Boston, MA and beginning medical school this August, with a primary interest in Global Health.
9732557042
contact
Katherine E. Winterbottom 04
I like to dance with no shoes on in the rain on Mondays.
203 West 1st Ave
614-583-5683
contact
Katherine I. Huyett 05
Chapter: Boston, MA
9 Upland Road
Apartment 4
Cambridge, MA 02139

978 873 0566
Occupational Information
City: Boston, MA
Finance
Marketing
Legal
contact
Kathleen M. Vaughan 93
Chapter: New York
a dispute resolution professional who has been known to do ESL on the side and is involved in initiatives related to the concerns of minority and ethnic groups and intercultural relations in New York City.
302 Ross Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10306

718-815-4557 x25
Occupational Information
City: New York, NY
Community Care
Training
Regeneration
contact
Kathryn M. Labrum 08
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
contact
Kathryn Q. Knight 01
Chapter: Portland/Pacific Northwest
I am currently living in Seattle and working with Unitus, a microfinance accelerator (www.unitus.com). While at Dartmouth, I put together the first annual nonprofit career fair and recruiting program, and I would love to find more ways for undergrads to get connected with alums doing good work, as well as for us to be able to connect with each other.
16061 SE 16th ST
Bellevue WA 98008

206.335.3027
contact
Kedar Deshpande 05
Chapter: Other
Comparative Literature (History and Portuguese Literature) major. Fulbright Scholar to India 2004-2005. Currently working for Cargill Inc.'s green unit, Cargill Environmental Finance, which creates renewable energy and greenhouse gas reductions (carbon credits) from agricultural waste.
2108 Pleasant Avenue # 313
Minneapolis, MN 55404

630-596-6226
Occupational Information
City: Minneapolis, MN
Environment
Overseas Development
Research
contact
Kelley A. Ellsworth 86
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
As a student I was involved in the Dartmouth Community for Divestment, an anti-apartheid movement. I was then a welfare rights organizer in Boston, a union organizer for SEIU in D.C. and a researcher for the Women and Poverty Project. I then created a video production company specializing in social change videos. After taking a couple years off the raise my kids, I ran a small foundation providing grants to organizations serving the low-income community in the D.C. Area. Currently I am Executive Director of Byte Back, a computer and job training center working to bridge the Digital Divide and serving 1400 adults and youth each year.
contact
Kelly M. Bonnevie 87
Chapter: Boston, MA
Kelly M. McGlinchey 12
Chapter: New York
I graduated from Dartmouth with a degree in Environmental Studies and currently work in New York City public and private schools teaching both nutrition and cooking classes to elementary school students. I also conduct targeted project-based work on sustainability in the travel and tourism sector for a Manhattan hotel group and green consulting firm.
1509 Hummel Ave
Holbrook, NY 11741

631-560-8467
contact
Kenji Hosokawa 98
Chapter: Boston, MA
Kent C. Liske 04
Chapter: International
I am studying theater as a graduate student at the Moscow Art Theater.
contact
Kevin C. Findlan 99
Chapter: New York
Kevin M. Wolfson 08
Chapter: Boston, MA
I'm graduated in 2008 and have been working at Independent Fabrication designing custom bicycles since I left. It's been a great job but I am looking for new work that I can be proud of.
80 Bristol Rd. #1
Medford, MA 02155

617-797-0463
contact
Ki Mae P. Heussner 01
Chapter: New York
Kimberly J. Marable 05
Chapter: New York
Kirsten E. Anderson 02
Chapter: Other
I am currently pursuing a doctorate in clinical [sychology at the University of Denver.
2550 South York St
Apt # 104
Denver, CO 80210

contact
Kirstin N. Weeks 00
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Kiva R. Wilson 04
Chapter: International
Krista N. Stellavato 02
Chapter: International
Brussels, Belgium
contact
Kristen L. Parkinson Lang 04
Chapter: Boston, MA
I work at Ceres, a Boston-based NGO that brings together investors, environmental and social experts, with corporations to find strategic business solutions to today's greatest sustainability challenges. We have a company network of over 80 companies--and I work with those in the consumer product, footwear, and apparel sectors. Ceres also directs the Investor Network on Climate Risk--a group of over 80 investors with nearly $8 trillion in assets under management.
contact
Kristian G. Lau 04
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
contact
Kristin Brenneman Eno 97
Chapter: New York
Kristin R. Brief 03
Chapter: Boston, MA
contact
Kristin T. Delaney 01
Chapter: New York
Kyle J. Chambers 03
Chapter: Boston, MA
Somerville, MA
contact
Kyle J. Roderick 99
Chapter: Boston, MA
61 Winthrop St.
contact
Lara K. Hoffman 98
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
I am finishing up my 3rd year of law school in the public interest law program at UCLA.
7100 Playa Vista Drive, #417
Los Angeles, CA 90094

267-575-6919
Occupational Information
City: Los Angeles, CA
Legal
contact
Lara N. Santiago Renta 03
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Currently finishing MA in French in Paris, soon relocating to San Francisco
860 569-4752
contact
LaRell D. Purdie 03
Chapter: Other
Laura A. Gibson 99
Chapter: Boston, MA
Laura B. Goodrich 05
Chapter: Southern CT/Yale Chapter
Laura C. Dellatorre 03
Chapter: Boston, MA
Laura H. Jorgensen 05
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
HB 3464
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH
03755

603-236-6636
contact
Laura J. Christman 02
Chapter: Other
Laura K. Tepper 02
Chapter: New York
Laura L. P. Anderson 03
Chapter: Boston, MA
Laurel Clark Runcie
After graduating from Dartmouth, I joined Teach for America and taught 4th grade in Las Vegas. When my two year commitment was up, I moved to Colorado and have been working a variety of positions, most recently as Advancement Director for World Partners in Education and a member of the development office at the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory.
Crested Butte, CO
contact
Lauren C. Allan-Vail 99
Chapter: Portland/Pacific Northwest
Lauren C. Meiklejohn Adv10
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Lauren E. Chow 07
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Lauren E. Meldonian 04
Lauren K. Brumsted 03
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Lauren S. Foley '03
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
Lauren S. Weldon 02
Chapter: Other
Laurie C. Carafone 99
Chapter: Boston, MA
Lavinia M. Weizel 04
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
Lea N. Kiefer 04
Chapter: New York
I'm here in the big apple, directing the Manhattan office of Grassroots Campaigns. We do grassroots canvassing and campaigning for different progressive issues... human rights with Amnesty International, environmental protection with Environmental Action PAC, actual democracy through MoveOn and a little bit of work for that guy, John Kerry. I'm exhausted, but very proud.
60 Skillman Ave.
Apt. #1R
Brooklyn, NY
11211

contact
Leah A. Scrivener 11
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
contact
Leah K. Horowitz 02
Chapter: Portland/Pacific Northwest
I'm currently semi-employed as an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer at a cool little food security non-profit on the Oregon Coast. I'm also interested in settting up a Pacific NW chapter so if you want to help out or be involved, just drop me a blitz or a buzz 503-842-5261.
2211 11th St.
Tillamook, OR 97141

503-842-5261
contact
Leah R. Threatte 01
Chapter: New York
Leigh C. Heeter 04
Chapter: Boston, MA
contact
Lena E. Golze Desmond 04
Chapter: New York
Leo E. Twiggs 04
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
I work for a locally headquartered nonprofit - College Summit - that is working to change the college access system in America, to ensure that all students who can make it in college , make it to college, regardless of economic background.
1875 Mintwood Place NW
3057900270
contact
Leonora R. Snyder 99
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
After working at Mercer Management Consulting for two years, I am now the program director for the Bay Area chapter of a national nonprofit organization that teaches entrepreneurship to low-income youth.
119 Quillen Court, 11A
Stanford, CA 94305

(415)699-6973
contact
Liana E. Chase 11
Chapter: Other
I am currently a Fulbright Scholar working with Bhutanese refugees in Eastern Nepal
Damak-10
Jhapa, Nepal

+9779813488263
contact
Lily Lam 02
Chapter: International
I am currently working in Japan (on the JET Program). Worked at the World Bank prior to moving to Japan.

Occupational Information
Education - Secondary
contact
Lindley S. Gray 10
Chapter: New York
6 Tomlinson Court, Cabin John, MD 20818
240 447 7302
contact
Lindsey L. Noecker 97
Chapter: Boston, MA
Lindsey M. Horton 05
Chapter: International
I spent two years working on a case in South African environmental justice and carbon trading for my thesis. I have been teaching biology and developing a guidance counseling program for high schools in the Marshall Islands since August 2005.
c/o Dartmouth Volunteer Program
P.O. Box 673
Majuro, MH 96960

contact
Lisa A. Lindstrom 00
Chapter: New York
529 West 111th Street, #62
New York, NY 10025

917-846-4616
contact
Lisa Matsubara 00
Chapter: Other
Liza L. Veto 93
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Llezlie L. Green 97
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Lois C. Schonberger 03
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Lucy E. Goddard 01
Chapter: Southern CT/Yale Chapter
Finishing medical school at Yale and then on to training to provide primary care... I'm very interested in education & reproductive health.
86A Howe Street
contact
Luminita Stevens 03
Chapter: New York
M. Morning F. Washburn 98
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
After graduate school, I worked as a Presidential Management Fellow at the Department of Energy, working on Rewewable Energy. In October, I joined the US Agency for International Development, working on their energy team.
1802 East West Highway, Silver Spring, MD 20910
301-841-5033
contact
Mahalia A. Asanaenyi 02
Chapter: New York
Marcus N. Norton Tu09
Chapter: International
Margaret L. Kuecker 01
Chapter: Boston, MA
Margaret P. Chapman 97
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
Maria B. Curreri 02
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
4385 lee highway apt. 1
arlington, VA 22207

contact
Maria D. Simental 97
Marianne H. Hraibi Adv09
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
Marie B. Choi 06
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Work as a researcher for the Service Employees International Union's Long Term Care Division.
2610 Highland Avenue
(201) 314-0323
Occupational Information
City: San Francisco, CA
Research
Campaigns
Health Policy
contact
Marion Peters Denard Adv04
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
Marisol Negron 93
Chapter: Boston, MA
Professor of American Studies and Latino Studies at UMass Boston as of 9/1/2008
contact
Mark B. Weiss 86
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
I'm a concert promoter and music business artist manager. My company is called Earthwise Productions because its initial mission was to put on concerts that benefitted environmental and social action organizations. It is a socially-conscious business. I think of working in the arts generally as work towards social change.
Earthwise Productions
6503224507
Occupational Information
Communications
Marketing
Public Relations
contact
Mark D. Butterfield 82
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
Mark E. Berry 94
Executive Director of Downeast Lakes Land Trust, a non-profit in Grand Lake Stream, Maine committed to the environmental and economic well-being of our region. We manage a 27,080-acre Community Forest and are engaged in a major new conservation project. Check www.downeastlakes.org or email for more information.
Princeton, Maine
contact
Mark P. Harty 73
Mark S. Giordono
Chapter: Portland/Pacific Northwest
After Dartmouth served in Peace Corps, worked for tech startups and got MBA with desire to combine new business skills with social impact.
128 NW 28th
Corvallis, OR 97330

541.619.9548
contact
Mary Anna Sullivan 76
Chapter: Boston, MA
1 Simon Atherton Row
Harvard, MA 01451

781-744-8869
contact
Mary R. Cipollone 02
Chapter: New York
Marybeth Walsh 02
Chapter: Other
Matthew B. Oppenheimer 05
Chapter: Boston, MA
Matthew H. Fisher-Post 09
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
I'll go anywhere, cross any river, scale any mountain, to do a job that works FOR social justice rather than against it.
HB 401, Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH 03755

978 621 6184
contact
Matthew K. Sueoka 04
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Matthew L. Wilson 83
Chapter: Boston, MA
National Field Director of Grassroots Campaigns, a progressive political consulting firm.
385 Summer Avenue
781-942-7544
contact
Matthew R. Lindsey 90
Chapter: Boston, MA
A former computer professional looking to make a career change into an area of 'common good', such as teaching or working for a non-profit
49 Rockland Street
508-647-3782
contact
Matthew S. Lee 06
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
2800 Quebec St
339-927-2133
contact
Mayank P. Keshaviah 97
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
I currently work at an SAT test prep agency teaching and writing curriculum. I just finished my MFA in Dramatic Writing from USC and am looking to get back into teaching, which I was doing in the D.C. Public School system before coming to Los Angeles for grad school.
3435 Jasmine Ave.
Apt. 17
Los Angeles, CA 90034

310-287-0988
Occupational Information
City: Los Angeles, CA
Education - Secondary
Education - Primary
contact
Meagan M. Patrick 10
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Meagan S. Morrow 03
Chapter: Boston, MA
Meaghan C. Gragg 02
Megan K. Ahern 02
Meghan E. Lopez 00
Chapter: International
I am currently the Country Director for Whole Child International, a NGO dedicated to improving the quality of care for children in orphanages. Before this I worked as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Before that I worked at Chemonics International as the New Business Manager of the International Health Group. And before that I was in Peace Corps in Paraguay for 4 years. I majored in the "Politics of Religion" at Dartmouth.
+505-8419-9289
contact
Melanie J. Fox 03
Chapter: New York
contact
Meli Garber 08
Chapter: New York
Was a Women & Gender studies major and Theater minor at Dartmouth and currently work for a small non-profit in Brooklyn helping women coping with addiction, HIV/AIDS and domestic violence. Currently in charge of overseeing 10 peer outreach educators that spread the word about HIV prevention and the services provided at our organization, as well as conduct educational presentations in the community.
386 Parkside Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11226

(786) 417-1442
Occupational Information
City: New York, NY
Public Health
Education - Community
Advice/Counseling
contact
Melinda C. Kendall Adv07
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
5902 N. Las Virgenes Road, #499
Calabasas, CA 91302

818-434-0898
contact
Melissa J. Lindberg 85
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
Meredith A. Larson 88
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
While at Dartmouth, was involved in campus feminist and anti-racist activism, anti-apartheid/divestment, and human rights in Central America. Have stayed on a social justice-human rights track since graduation. Currently, am the director of anti-trafficking and slavery coalition for Humanity United and prior to that led human rights campaigns for Amnesty International USA for almost ten years.
Occupational Information
City: Washington, DC
contact
Meredith B. Esser 03
Chapter: New York
Currently finishing an MSc in Gender Studies from the London School of Economics
contact
Meredith C. Eilers 03
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Meredith L. Liu 04
Chapter: Boston, MA
Michael A. Evans 00
Chapter: Other
I'm transitioning out of working at The Food Project in Boston, MA. A wonderful organization that works to create personal and social change through sustainable agriculture, TFP works with teenagers from the city and suburbs to grow healthy organic produce. We work on land in the suburbs and city and about 35% of the produce goes to homeless shelters. I have been the Youth Program Coordinator and have run workshops about race, gender, sexual identity, and so on.
During the 2001-2002, I taught elementary school in the Marshall Islands.
Austin, TX
Occupational Information
Education - Community
Environment
contact
Michael A. Novello 99
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
I am currently working in wind energy development for a company in the Upper Valley
I have also worked in the solar energy industry, and with "clean coal"
I've been with a large company, and a small start up that went bankrupt.

I'd be glad to speak to anyone interested in fighting global warming
76 Partridge LN
Canaan, NH 03741

603-667-0775
Occupational Information
City: Hanover, NH
Environment
Finance
contact
Michael A. Ordonez 08
Chapter: New York
Michael B. Davis
Chapter: International
Michael Bloom 64
Chapter: Peace Corps Volunteers
Sociology Major. Baseball Team. PCV Bolivia 1964-66; Associate and Deputy Peace Corps Director, Panama 1967-1970; MPA, JFK School,Harvard; Executive Director, Valley-Wide Health Services, Inc., (Federally Qualified Health Center, Alamosa, CO. 1977-1990; CEO, Sunrise Community Health Center (FQHC) Greeley, Co, 1995-2006; Currently, CEO North Colorado Health Alliance--an intentional collaboration among Safety Net Providers in northern Colorado. Married (Lonna Pelton Bloom), three children, three grandchildren. Still hike and travel.
4425 W. 36th Ave
Demver, CO 80212

303-480-1802
contact
Michael D. Foote 01
Chapter: Boston, MA
Michael D. Teruel 93
Chapter: Other
Michael G. Borden 99
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
3201 S. Racine Ave #3R
Chicago, IL 60608

773-517-3721
contact
Michael J. Day 78
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
Michael J. Griffin 79
Chapter: International
3-8-1-306 Shiba Minato-kuTokyo 105-0014 Japan
+813 5443 0355
contact
Michael W. Bruzga 80
Chapter: Other
Michele C. Lamberti 97
Chapter: New York
23-35 Broadway, Apt. 1F
Astoria, NY 11106

(718) 204-6206
contact
Michelle E. Hunscher
Chapter: International
Michelle J. Chui 01
Chapter: New York
110 W. Third
New York, NY 10012

212-443-5974
contact
Michelle Meyers 83
Chapter: Boston, MA
Michelle P. Rebosio 97
Chapter: International
I work in a community development/democratization project in Southern Serbia. Our work consists of helping communities improve the infrastructure, environment and economics in their communities, and to help minorities participate in community decisions.
Alonso de Torres N43-34
Edificio Vista Sol Apt. 602
Quito, ECUADOR

593-22-467167
contact
Mikisha M. Brown 00
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
Mindy K. Au 03
Chapter: Other
Miranda Johnson '97
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
I am on the faculty of Loyola University Chicago School of Law, where I serve as the Associate Director of the Education Law and Policy Institute. I previously worked at Advocates for Children of New York, representing parents and students seeking to remedy educational inequities and exclusion. I also lived in Tanzania for three years after college, so I'm happy to talk to folks interested in careers abroad generally or in Tanzania in particular.
Oak Park, IL
mirandaj@gmail.com
Occupational Information
City: Chicago, IL
Legal
Education - Secondary
Education - Primary
contact
Molly B. Stutzman 02
Chapter: Boston, MA
I work at Tufts University in the Provost's Office. I love Boston and I'm interested in helping with this new group! Erica Mintzer and I are working on the first Boston get-together.
24 Queensberry St.
Apt. 5
Boston, MA 02215

781-526-9101
contact
Monica R. Barrera 05
Chapter: New York
I graduated in 2005 and served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Dominican Republic from 2005-2007. I'm now a graduate student at Columbia University School of Social Work.
547 Riverside Drive #1D New York, NY 10027
619 817 1901
Occupational Information
City: New York, NY
contact
Monique A. Roy 00
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
Grad student at Dartmouth, MALS
PO Box 395
Hanover, NH 03755

603-646-5611
contact
Morenike I. Balogun 03
Chapter: Other
Morgan J. Cohen 08
Chapter: New York
516-526-2935
contact
Morna Ha 04
Chapter: New York
917-270-2244
contact
N. Taylor Thompson 08
contact
N.A. Kudumu
Chapter: New York
N/A
Nader S. Akhnoukh 99
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Nahoko Kawakyu 99
Chapter: New York
Najam I. Haider 97
Chapter: New York
Spent over a year in Syria on a Fulbright and another two in the UK. Also spent a school year teaching social studies and math atg a public middle school in the Bronx.
Currently, I'm @ princeton in a Phd Program...
If you need something/someone dealing with Muslims/Islam, i do believe that i can help.
14 tharp lane
marlboro NJ
07746

732-580-9005
contact
Nana A. Ashong 99
Chapter: New York
Occupational Information
City: New York, NY
contact
Nancy B. Sharpless 81
Chapter: Other
I worked as a hydrogeologist after graduating from Dartmouth til I had children. I developed a business training dressage horses and riders, which meshed with family. Now I am in grad school in Conflict Resolution. I volunteer as a community mediator and am working on certification as a superior court mediator.
3078 Benny Lineberry Rd.
Climax, NC 27233

336-685-9968
Occupational Information
Community Care
Environment
contact
Nancy E. Langston 83
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
I'm a professor of environmental studies and forestry at U of Wisconsin-Madison. I'm married to Frank Goodman '82, who's an organic farmer.
4673 Schneider Rd
Oregon WI 53575

608-835-2643
contact
Nancy I. Lai 03
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
high school English teacher in West Oakland, just moved out to the Bay...
Occupational Information
Education - Secondary
contact
Natalie A. d. Reese 01
Chapter: New York
Natalie K. Herring 95
Chapter: Southern CT/Yale Chapter
Natalie M. Garza 98
Chapter: Boston, MA
Natasha Zaretsky 97
Chapter: New York
Nathan D. Monnig 05
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
I am an avid outdoorsman and whitewater kayaker.
I am new to the world of social activism, but hoping that I can do my part to promote social change following my graduation this spring.
HB 3957
Hanover, NH 03755

(603) 643-3576
contact
Nathan T. Pinsley 07
Chapter: New York
Neil G. Miller 98
Chapter: Boston, MA
Nellie L. McAdams 02
Chapter: Portland/Pacific Northwest
Nelson Armstrong 71
Nicholas S. Devonshire 11
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
I'm a current student interested in environmentalism and sustainability at Dartmouth College. I am currently the chair of the Environmental Conservation Organization, the student appointee to the Resource Working Group, and pretty much have my fingers dipped into everything green on campus. I'd love to help any interested alums in furthering sustainability operations and finances on campus.
Hinman 1087
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH 03755

847 962 7810
contact
Nicholas W. Stine 02
medical student
Philadelphia, PA
contact
Nii S. Sai 97
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Nikolaus S. Steinberg 02
Chapter: New York
Niral T. Shah 08
Chapter: New York
Back at school I was in The Progressives, ran a left-of-center biweekly publication called the Dartmouth Free Press, and led a group that secured the college's divestment from Sudan in response to the crisis in Darfur. These days, I'm headed to Law School, where I'll also be studying Economics, all with the end goal of becoming a better advocate for social justice.
40 Marcy Ave
Apt 1L
Brooklyn, NY 11211

908-601-1530
contact
Nisa L. Ojalvo 89
Chapter: New York
Noa Gafni 05
Chapter: International
I currently work at the World Economic Forum in the Global Shapers Team. I'm passionate about the role of technology to empower and connect people, particularly youth and women.
+41799495039
contact
Nora Yasumura
I'm the Assistant Dean of Student Life and Advisor to Asian and Asian American Students
6217 Collis Center
(603) 646-0123
contact
Oliver C. Bernstein 03
Chapter: Austin, TX
Oliver Caplan 04
Chapter: Boston, MA
Olivia A. Stalcup 10
Chapter: Other
Anthropology Major in the Class of 2010. Currently applying to graduate school programs for a Masters in Public Policy and Public Administration. I plan to focus on non-profit management and education policy.
1404 Laurel Rd Gatlinburg, TN 37738
603-715-0262
contact
Pamela R. Metzger 87
Chapter: Other
DCD and WIL member. Former public defender and clinical law professor. Now teaching criminal procedure and criminal law at Tulane.
901 Burdette Street
New Orleans, LA 70118

(504) 554-5159
contact
Patricia Frausto 97
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
Patrick A. Jones 06
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
Most recently employed in Social Work, actively looking for a CA job. Attempting to get my MSW fall 2009.
69 Woodhaven Drive
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677

617.921.3314
contact
Patrick L. Saylor
Chapter: Other
3426 Sterling Valley Rd
Stowe Vt 05672

contact
Patrick T. LaBlance 00
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
Paul A. Allen 98
Chapter: New York
Paul F. Hodosh 86
Chapter: Boston, MA
Cranston, RI
contact
Paul J. Biggs 01
Chapter: Boston, MA
Peter B. H. Elias 69
Chapter: Other
Peter K. Crownfield 66
Chapter: Other
Currently, I coordinate campus sustainability internships, and climate-protection efforts for the Alliance for Sustainable Communities in the Lehigh Valley area of Pennsylvania; I am also a member of the Alliance steering committee. In addition to traditional environmental issues, the Alliance works on relocalization, restoring a healthy food system, participatory democracy, local economies, democratic & progressive education, democratization of the media, and corporate personhood (among others!).

I am also interested and involved with community partnerships, education reform, youth development, and justice system reform.
569 Brighton Street
Bethlehem, PA 18015

610-866-8933
Occupational Information
Education - Community
Environment
Communications
contact
Philip A. Lord 97
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
I am an alum. I am interested in social change. Also, I think miranda rules, and I'll do anything she tells me.
1908 Euclid St #4
Santa Monica, CA 90404

310 351 5733
contact
Philip W. Mone 02
Chapter: Boston, MA
Phyllis Utley 84
Chapter: Other
Pradine Saint-Fort 05
Chapter: New York
Priscilla Zee 04
Chapter: Other
8080 134th Street West
612-616-1190
contact
R. Gregg Nourjian 88
Chapter: Boston, MA
R. Quinn Thomas 05
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
I believe in social change grounded in truth, environmentalism, and science. I am a grad student studying forest dynamics and carbon models under scenarios of global climate change, and I believe that change must occur in our local communities if we expect nations to alter their thinking and patterns.
103 Henry Law Avenue
contact
R. Tina Catania 03
Chapter: New York
In MA/PhD program at Syracuse University in the Geography Dept, doing research on race, immigration, and detention.
144 Eggers Hall
Syracuse, NY 13244

Occupational Information
Education - Secondary
Research
contact
Rachel A. Rochat 95
Chapter: Boston, MA
Rachel A. Roth 02
Chapter: Boston, MA
Program Manager at New Sector Alliance
contact
Rachel Gilliar 98
Chapter: New York
Rachel H. Bond 91
Chapter: Southern CT/Yale Chapter
Writer, living in the Bay Area and working in Silicon Valley; parent of 16 yr-old son, born my senior year at Dartmouth.
307 Laguna Street
831-423-7007
contact
Rachel J. Strohm 08
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
I'm currently doing an MA in International Relations at the Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University.
2400 M St. NW, Apt. 802, Washington DC, 20037
8153411421
contact
Rachel Kim 98
Chapter: New York
National Urban Fellow, placed at Sesame Workshop until May 2006. www.nuf.org - Inquire about applying to be a Class of 2007!
Occupational Information
City: New York, NY
contact
Rachna Kaul 99
Chapter: New York
Randy P. Choiniere 01
Chapter: Boston, MA
Ravi Raj I. Prabakaran Tu07
Chapter: Boston, MA
contact
Rebecca G. Taxier 03
Chapter: Southern CT/Yale Chapter
I am in my first year of residency in Pediatrics at Yale New Haven Hospital. Very interested in primary care, health policy, child advocacy issues.
Occupational Information
City: New Haven, CT
Medicine
Public Health
contact
Rebecca L. Armistead 09
Chapter: International
Reid F. Thompson 03
Chapter: New York
I am a first-year MD/PhD student at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
contact
Richard F. Burst-Lazarus 04
Chapter: New York
Richard Jay Nussbaum 03
Chapter: New York
Richard W. Clapp 67
Chapter: Boston, MA
Rita Sanchez-Torres Adv88
Chapter: New York
I finished MALS in 88 and am pursuing a PhD in Social Welfare at City University in NY. I have devoted most of my life to social services.
255 Cabrini Blvd. 5J
New York, NY 1000

212-781-3263
contact
Robert C. White Jr 84
Chapter: Other
Just found this site via google! A software developer/entrepreneur by day and a scuba instructor by night - work with handicapped to teach them to dive. Interested in mine clearance and removal - it's a terrible problem.
8990 W. Ohio Place
Lakewood, CO 80226

303-619-1048
contact
Robert J. Fencl 85
Chapter: International
Post-grad anthropology student; Expressive arts therapist
Parkvegen 9A
3400 LIER
Norway

+47 905 52 521
contact
Robert L. Ashe III 97
Robert L. Weil Jr 70
Chapter: New York
I'm semi-retired (i.e. Trying to figure out what I want to do when I grow up. I'm currently Middlesex County, NJ Community Organizer for Organizing for America. My background is in Business Development, Marketing & Sales. I am particularly concerned about inequality of opportunity and the growing disparity in wealth.
2250 Plainfield Ave N
Piscataway, NJ 08854-3903

732-369-6225, 732-216-1711
contact
Robert M. Schwartz 84
Chapter: Portland/Pacific Northwest
The new book Courageous Souls: Do We Plan Our Life Challenges Before Birth? by Robert Schwartz (www.CourageousSouls.com) explores the premise that we are all eternal souls who plan our lives, including our greatest challenges, before we�re born for purposes of spiritual growth. The book contains ten stories of people who planned physical illness, having handicapped children, deafness, blindness, drug addiction, alcoholism, losing a loved one, and severe accidents. The information about their pre-birth plans was obtained by four gifted mediums and channels, including one who has the ability both to see and to hear the dialogue we have with one another before we�re born. The book presents the actual conversations people had with their future parents, children, spouses, friends, and other loved ones when they planned their lives together. For readers, suffering that once seemed purposeless becomes imbued with deep meaning. Wisdom may be acquired in a more conscious manner; feelings of anger, guilt, blame, and victimization are replaced by acceptance, forgiveness, gratitude, and peace.

Author Bio

In a personal session with a medium in 2003, author Robert Schwartz was astonished to speak with nonphysical beings who knew everything about him - not just what he had done in life, but also what he had thought and felt. They told him that he had planned many of his most difficult experiences before he was born. Realizing that a knowledge of pre-birth planning would bring great healing to people and allow them to understand the deeper purpose of their life challenges, he devoted the next three years to studying the pre-birth plans of dozens of individuals. The extraordinary insights that emerged speak to our heartfelt, universal yearning to know . . . why.

Prior to his spiritual awakening, Mr. Schwartz was a freelance journalist for such publications as Life magazine and US News & World Report. He has also worked extensively in the corporate sector in marketing and communications. He holds a BA from Dartmouth College and an MBA from Case Western Reserve University.

P.O. Box 1121
Ashland, OR 97520

soulpower834@yahoo.com
Occupational Information
City: Portland, OR
Publishing
contact
Robin L. Nunn 99
Chapter: New York
164 Waverly Place
contact
Russell A. Moffitt 02
997 Wainiha St.
Honolulu, HI 96825

626-590-9031
contact
Ryan F. Frisinger Adv09
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
I am interested in social change. But unlike most advocates I have focused my energies on animal activism. Yet I have also worked as an anti-war activist, political blogger, and ecological artist. I will support anything that makes our lives here on this planet peaceful and productive. And I would like to network individuals who answer to a similar calling.
28661 Fern Glen Cir.
818-477-4523
contact
Sabrina A. Peric 03
Chapter: Boston, MA
Saleela Salahuddin 02
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Sally C. Newman 05
Chapter: Boston, MA
I work at KLD Research and Analytics (KLD.com) and manage Boston's ASC Careers for the Common Good pilot mentoring program. I'll be starting law school in 2006.
1694 Beacon St, Brookline MA
(603) 724-4117
Occupational Information
Research
Finance
Legal
contact
Sam Reisner
Chapter: New York
Sara B. Greenberg 97
Chapter: Boston, MA
Sara E. Yablon 03
Chapter: Boston, MA
88A Elm Street
Somerville, MA 02144

917-657-8865
contact
Sara Szkola 03
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
Sarah A. Uhl 07
Chapter: Other
Sarah E. Hackney 06
Chapter: Portland/Pacific Northwest
Currently Executive Director of Gorge Grown Food Network, a 4-yo food and farm nonprofit working to build an economically and environmentally sound regional food system that engages, educates, and improves the health and well-being of our community. We work primarily in the Columbia River Gorge region of Oregon and Washington and strive to inform, empower, and connect local farmers, food producers, farm workers, consumers, policy-makers, educators, health promoters, and food enthusiasts.

Check out www.gorgegrown.com for more information.
Hood River, OR
sarah.e.hackney.06@alum.dartmouth.org
Occupational Information
City: Portland, OR
Environment
Economic Development
contact
Sarah E. Morton 05
Chapter: Boston, MA
I am the administrative director at the Harvard Prison Legal Assistance Project (PLAP) at Harvard Law School. I used to work as a case writer at Harvard Business School, and before that I was a legal assistant at Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders (GLAD). I live in Cambridge (Central Square).
I volunteer as a judge for the Boston Urban Debate League.
I volunteered for the Eastern Massachusetts Abortion Fund (EMA Fund), which helps people in Eastern Massachusetts pay for their abortions, for five years, including serving as treasurer and president on their board.
Aug '06 - ?
48 Fairmont Street
Cambridge, MA 02139
USA

978 337 3093
Occupational Information
City: Boston, MA
Education - Secondary
Legal
Research
contact
Sarah E. Rainwater 98
Chapter: Boston, MA
Sarah J. Mathew 03
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Sarah K. Fink 05
Chapter: Boston, MA
Sarah K. Grow 97
Currently living in Istanbul and looking for volunteering opportunities for women's issues. Worked for an NGO and later for a diplomatic organization in Bosnia for 2 years. I'm interested in connecting with other alums or undergrads who are interested in international work for social change!
4836 NE Princeton Way
Seattle Wa 98115
(Permanent address)

206 524 1313
contact
Sarah K. Webb 02
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
I'm finishing up my third year of law school at Berkeley. Currently, very interested in prisoner's rights work...
190 Noe St.
San Francisco, CA 94114

415-516-6591
Occupational Information
City: San Francisco, CA
Legal
contact
Sarah Kate Nelson 02
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Sarah L. Caputo 97
Chapter: Portland/Pacific Northwest
Sarah W. Hughes 02
Chapter: Other
Scott F. Abramson 06
Chapter: Other
Scott H. Anderson 05
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Scott M. Osman 80
contact
Sena Ku 01
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
I'm currently finishing up my masters degree in City & Regional Planning at the University of California, Berkeley.
1640 Scenic Avenue, Apt. 3
Berkeley, CA 94709

510-540-7748
contact
Seth M. Kelly 99
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Shakari N. Cameron 96
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
I have worked in education in various capacities. I have been a high school English teacher in San Francisco Public Schools, counselor and mentor for a non-profit in Los Angeles, and a Legislative Aide for California State Assemblymember Jackie Goldberg. I am very interested in public policy, civic participation, politics, the improvement of urban education, community and economic develoment and the amelioration of poverty. I'm active in the Democratic Party and currently a part-time consultant in the District Office of CA State Assemblyman Mark Ridley-Thomas and graudate student of public policy at UCLA.
Los Angeles, CA
310-558-9373
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City: Los Angeles, CA
Education - Secondary
Advice/Counseling
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Shannon L. O'Neill 02
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Shannon M. Marimon 00
I just completed my MBA at Yale SOM in nonprofit management and environmental strategy. I was also the co-chair of our Net Impact chapter, an organization which seeks to achieve social change through smart business approaches. I am now looking for work in art administration or education reform.
707 W. Washington St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48103

650-400-2076
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Shauna N. Brown 99
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
Sheila J. Hicks 04
Chapter: Portland/Pacific Northwest
Americorps Member working in Health Education right now and searching for a cool NFP coordination job in Seattle for August.
2305 N. 130th St
Seattle, WA 98133

856-305-3529
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Shengzhi Li 12
Chapter: Boston, MA
617-299-6689
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Shilyh J. Warren 96
4 Haggis Ct
Durham, NC 27705

919-477-7909
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Shirley Lin 02
Chapter: New York
Shounak Simlai 05
Chapter: Boston, MA
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Shraddha Shah TH
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
Smita Tripathi 00
Chapter: New York
Soon Hyouk Lee 01
Chapter: New York
Did tucker, led a team to Jacksonville for I.M. Sulzbacher's homless shelter spring break. Overwaw Parthenon's nonprofit consulting portion of a consortium, Inspire-inc.org while I was a consultant up in Boston. Now I mentor a low income individuals to train them on building work skills and gain stable employment as an officer for Streetwise Partners. My day job is venture capital in the life sciences.
300 East 85th Street
Apt. 1904

646-331-5514
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Finance
Economic Development
Overseas Development
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Soralee Ayvar 07
Chapter: Other
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Stanley T. West Jr 78
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
I have put my regular business of management consulting on hold to head up Howard Dean's minority outreach efforts in Southern California. If you want to learn more about the next President of the United States, feel free to give me a holler.
5818 shenandoah ave.Los Angeles, CA 90056
310 641 8324
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Stephanie A. Williams 92
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
I am specifically interested in arts and education programs for children.
5050 S. Lake Shore Drive, #1806
Chicago, IL 60615

773-241-5873
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Stephanie B. Long 04
Chapter: New York
173 W 85th St
Apt 4
New York, NY 10024

917 817 8347
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Stephanie E. Dolan 05
Chapter: New York
Stephanie E. Lawrence 06
20 Amory Street
Brookline, MA 02446

617.678.0183
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Stephen H. Zegel 66
Have been a social justice advocate/activist since summer of 1965, when/where I worked at the Warwick State Training School in Warwick, NY (where Claude Brown, Manchild in the Promised Land, learned to read). From 1/66-12/66 served as VISTA Volunteer at the 100 corpsman Catoctin Job Corps Center in Cacotin, MD, within 2 miles of Camp David. Received Dartmouth Fellowship for graduate study in social work in 6/67, at St. Louis University School of Social Work. Rec'd MSW in '69. The next 38 years have been professionally rewarding in social justice and social change activities in St. Louis. Have been a member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers since 1971 and currently a MO Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Am a register mitigation specialist and expert witness in death penalty cases. Teach Sociology at Ranken Technical College (100 yrs old) and Social Issues in Criminal Justice at St. Louis University College of Public Service. My son is a G W Brown WUinSt.Louis (MSW)graduate, Peace Corps '03 in El Salvador, chair of Human Rights Task Force for MO Ass. of Social Welfare. Would like to start a mid-west chapter and participate in social justice advocacy activities.
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Stephen Leland Keel 99
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
Stephen W. McDonnell 87
Chapter: Other
1325 South First Street
Louisville, KY 40208

502-213-3191
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Steven A. Zyck 04
Chapter: International
Steven J. Koutsavlis 05
Chapter: New York
241 71st Street
917-968-5217
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Sudeshna Chatterjee 05
Chapter: Other
Susan Ackerman 80
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
6036 Thornton Hall Dartmouth CollegeHanover, NH 03755
603-646-2160
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Susan Avril 88
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
Susan Monagan 83
Chapter: New York
I have lived at the intersection of art and social change for decades and have worked to create experiences and environments that bring people together to create art and valorize public life.

http://staff.ithaca.edu/smonagan/
216 S. Geneva Street
Ithaca, NY 14850

607-252-5105
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Susan R. DuBois 05
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
I'm interested specifically in organic farming and farming/food education. I currently work for Lily Films, the people who produced the film The Future of Food and am getting involved in the SF Bay Area sustainable ag. scene.
2224 Grant St., Apt D
908-337-1639
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Susan Reynolds Cappetta 84
Chapter: Boston, MA
I am a writer and teacher, but right now I am working with high school and college students to create ABC Legacy, a non-profit committed to finding ways to make a difference by identifying their passions first, and serving from that place.
65 Park Lane
Concord, MA 01742

978-369-4887
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Susanne M. Kandel 00
Chapter: New York
After graduating from Dartmouth, I worked for a year at NARAL in Boston doing community organizing work on reproductive rights issues. Just graduated from NYU Law. I'm also on the board of D-GALA, Dartmouth's LGBT alumni association.
76 Saint Mark's Place. #3C
NY, NY 10003

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City: New York, NY
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Suzanne G. Semmes Adv98
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Suzanne T. Rosen 95
Chapter: New York
I'm a recent LLM grad from University of Denver Natural Resources and Environmental Law graduate program and have just returned to NYC, looking to meet like-minded, motivated, entrepreneurial folks.
201 East 79th Street, 2B
New York, NY 10075

786-514-9194
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T. M. Moriarty 05
I have a strong interest and background in Asia -- 05 AMES major, Chinese minor.
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Taja-Nia Y. Henderson 97
Chapter: New York
Talease N. Cleveland 98
Chapter: Other
Tanvi Chug Adv14
Chapter: New York
3475155366
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Tatyana S. Venegas 03
Chapter: International
Theresa M. Ellis 97
Chapter: Boston, MA
Theresa M. Ramponi 13
Chapter: Southern CT/Yale Chapter
178 Hillside Ave, New HAven CT 03755
9072523954
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Thiago M. Oliveira 06
Chapter: New York
Thomas M. Cooper 71
Chapter: Other
Columbia Univ School of Social Work M.S.
University of Stockholm
medical administrator, global health & mental health consultant
3412 E. Fairfax Rd.
Cleveland Hts., OH 44118

513-256-9231
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Thomas S. Quinn 75
Chapter: Boston, MA
Tiayana N. Marks 97
Chapter: New York
Tony J. Perry 99
Chapter: International
Tracey G. Parr 97
Chapter: New York
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Tracie L. Davis 97
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
I'm an OB/Gyn working for Family Health Centers of San Diego.
2025 Granada Avenue
San Diego, CA 92104

619 269 8498
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City: San Diego, CA
Medicine
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Tracy B. Landers 03
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
1659 Torrey Pines Rd.
La Jolla, CA 92037

858-459-7630
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Tracy M. Davis 01
Chapter: New York
109-2 Mt Rose Rd
Marlboro, NY 12542

845 527 8913
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Unai Montes-Irueste 98
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
1605 Waterloo #5, L.A., CA 90026
3109627369
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Uriel Barrera-Vasquez 98
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
V. Michael Bousquet 05
Chapter: Other
Vanessa C. Frey 03
Chapter: D.C. Chapter
I work for the Environmental Investigation Agency, an environmental nonprofit that investigates environmental crime and campaigns to protect the natural world.
1211 Q Street NW
Washington, DC 20009

(202) 641-4591
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Vanessa M. Ferro 00
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
Vanessa N. Lee 02
Chapter: Portland/Pacific Northwest
hey there// i've moved out here to be part-time unemployed, part-time landscape architecture student @ uw -- studying public spaces, community, social change through art + design :)))
5026 17th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105

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Vanessa Vega 05
Chapter: New York
Varun S. Rao 05
Chapter: Boston, MA
Boston
MA

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Vivian M. S. Chung 07
Chapter: New York
Wendy H. Wong 03
Chapter: Boston, MA
I wanna help save the world! ... but I'll settle for just getting to know more people around boston ; )
87 Marion St. Apt. #3
Somerville, MA 02143

206-817-8577
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Wendy M. Simon 98
Chapter: Boston, MA
Whitney D. W. Smith 03
Chapter: New York
William D. Roberts 72
Chapter: Chicago Chapter
Rector of St. Gregory's Episcopal Church in Deerfield, IL, for the past 19 years. Our parish does hands-on as well as financial support for a variety of public/community service and advocacy venues, from a Soup Kitchen in Waukegan to St. Leonard's House, the oldest half-way house for ex-offenders in Illinois. We are also members of Lake County United, a citizen's action group that seeks systemic change by engaging issues with politicians and other power brokers.
875 Wilmot RoadDeerfield, IL 60015
847-945-1923
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City: Chicago, IL
Clergy
Community Care
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William G. Lehan Jr 92
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
I have had very little contact with the College or classmates since graduation but stumbled across this blog in an aimless late-night surf session and recognized, perhaps, an opportunity to communicate with some like-minded people. My political views tend to careen between the political poles from issue to issue (I guess you might call me an independent) but since my ultimate heartfelt goals for civilization call for the sacrifice of our doctrine of unrestrained economic growth as a means for promoting the greater good, I suppose, on the balance, that makes me a progressive.
31 Aries Ln
Novato, CA 94947

(415) 897-1923
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William M. Morrison 05
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
William R. Scott 92
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Willy Wong 99
Chapter: Southern CT/Yale Chapter
I'm a graphic designer currently in grad school for my MFA. I am interested in civic engagement and social change as inspiration for and a result of visual form.
1156 Chapel Street
Yale School of Art -GD
New Haven, CT 06520

617-256-3444
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Winnifred A. Lewis 09
Chapter: New York
Xantha S. Bruso 97
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Yana Ernazarova 12
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
YanJiao Chen 12
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
I love Southern California, with its sun and beaches, yet ironically, I go to Dartmouth, which i love too though. I am a fast learner, intrigued by a number of topics, and would love to find an internship for the summer.
2 Liquid Amber
7146790639
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Yanlin Liu 02
Chapter: New York
Yashodhara R. L. Rana 09
Chapter: LA/Southern California Chapter
Yuki Kondo-Shah 07
Chapter: San Francisco/Bay Area Chapter
Zach Goldstein
Chapter: Boston, MA
Zachary A. Kaufman 08
Chapter: Hanover/Upper Valley Chapter
Graduating senior with a major in Health and Society in Latin America and the Caribbean. Interested in international public health. Working full-time in '08-'09 for Grassroot" target="blank">http://grassrootsoccer.org"target="_blank">Grassroot Soccer's HIV Prevention Program
23 School St.
Hanover, NH 03755

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Zoe M. McLaren 00
Chapter: Boston, MA
alums for social change