Alumni Books, Articles, & Publications

“Don’t forget – no one else sees the world the way you do, so no one else can tell the stories that you have to tell.” – Charles de Lint


Have you or another alumnus/a you know authored a novel? Successfully submitted an article for publication and would like it highlighted in an alumni newsletter? Wrote a piece of poetry that you would like to share? Had a magazine feature you were especially excited about?  If the answer is YES, to any of these questions you should consider informing the Alumni Association!

The Alumni Association is calling out for any publications written by the SUNY Downstate College of Medicine alumni. Your books, article and/or publications will be featured in our office if you submit them. Please mail us two copies when you submit, one copy will be given to the SUNY Downstate library and the other copy will be on display in the Alumni Association. With a growing library of alumni books, we hope to continue this growth with new submissions from the year of 2016-2017.

If you are cognizant of any alumni piece please do not hesitate to call us at 718-270-2075 or email us at

Calling All Class Chairs

As we bring one Reunion to close, preparations for the next Reunion Weekend have hit the ground running. With an official date of May 4th-May 6th and the Brooklyn Marriott booked, we are still lacking one integral component, YOU, alumni.
The Alumni Association needs help recruiting alumni to attend the weekend and this process is heavily aided by the assistance of Class Chairs. A Class Chair is an alumnus/a who directly contacts individuals in their graduating class with the hopes of getting as many members as possible registered for the Reunion weekend.
The following Class Years will be represented at the 2018 Reunion Weekend: 1958, 1963, 1968, 1973, 1978, 1983, 1988, 1993, 1988, 1993, 1998, 2003, 2008, 2013.
     If you would like to be a class chair or know of another individual who would serve as possible Class Chair, please email Kristian Balgobin at Also, if you know of any alumnus/a who would make an exceptional candidate for an award or scientific session presentation, please provide their contact information and I will reach out accordingly.
 If you agree to be a chair you will be provided will the following documents:
  1. Confidentiality agreement – please sign and return via email, regular mail or fax
  2. Draft letters – please review, make any changes, and send back to me via email, mail or fax
  3. Class Lists – please let us know if you have more up-to-date contact information for fellow alumni
  4. Journal advertising – For those interested in advertising with us. A $1,000 advertisement includes two tickets to the weekend.
  5. Awards – let us know of classmates who are particularly accomplished.  The best award nominations come from you!
  6. An alumni pin – thank you for supporting us in this endeavor.

SUNY Downstate News July 2017



Tis the Season: “Poison ivy rashes have been getting more severe each season due to global warming and longer growth seasons with stronger urushiol production,” says Jessica Krant, M.D., a clinical assistant professor of dermatology at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., and a member of Consumer Reports’ medical advisory board. For helpful tips.

You May Want To Reconsider Your Favorite Antibacterial Soap:” Dr. Laura Geer of the School of Public Health at SUNY Downstate, states “antimicrobial substances added to common household products can potentially disrupt the human endocrine system and are known to longer in the environment.”  For Dr. Geer’s research findings read more on the Brooklyn Eagle website.

Class Notes: July 2017


Class Notes:

Raymond Scalettar, MD’54
Dr. Scalettar states “On May 21, 2017 I was promoted to Clinical Professor of Medicine at George Washington University Medical Center. I closed my DC office for the practice of Rheumatology December 31,2016 As a Medical Expert Consultant for the Social Security Administration, I review cases appealing the ruling on disability. I continue as a Medical Consultant to the Charles E Smith Lifecare Center which is the fifth largest senior center in the USA. I am a healthcare consultant to the American College of Rheumatology.”

Gerald W. Deas, MD’63
Dr. Deas is being featured on Health Center talk show featured on networks like Bronxnet and Brooklyn Community Access Television(BCAT). His feature will air on June 25th 11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and July 2nd 11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Wilsa Ryder, MD’73 & Brian O’Malley, MD’ 74
In an article by, “Brian O’Malley and Wilsa Ryder talk about the bittersweet decision to close the doors of Provincetown Medical Group,  which the couple has run since the early 1980s.” To read more about their story go to the following link:

Brent Schillinger, MD’79
An interview with Dr. Schillinger is featured on, titled “A Lesson on Medical Ethics.” He has served on the Board of Governors of the Florida Medical Association, where he chaired the Council of Ethical and Judicial Affairs. To read more  on Dr. Schillinger’s expansive career and listen to his interview on ethics.

Daniel W. Wilen, MD’89
Dr. Wilen, an Orthopedic Surgeon at the University Physicians of Brooklyn, has been named a 2017 Top Doctor in Brooklyn, New York. He graduated from SUNY Downstate Medical Center College of Medicine in 1989.

Douglas R. Lazzaro, MD’90
Dr. Lazarro, a longtime borough physician and resident leads efforts to expand Ophthalmology Services with NYU Langone. They have launched two comprehensive eye care practices in Brooklyn. Dr. Lazzaro is taking a lead role in helping NYU Langone identify opportunities for continued expansion. Chief of ophthalmology at NYU Lutheran Medical Center since 2003, he recently took on additional responsibilities for NYU Langone as vice chair of clinical affairs and business development for the Department of Ophthalmology and physician director for the health system’s network development in Brooklyn.

Kristina Wittig, MD’08
Kyle Jellings, talk show host on KHTS AM 1220, sits down with Dr. Kristina Wittig, a urologic surgeon and an assistant clinical professor of surgery at local City of Hope facilities. Topics both professional, like what signs people should be on the look out for and treatment options, and personal, like her childhood in Russia and her earlier desires to become an environmental scientist are discussed.

In Memoriam: *The Alumni Association recognizes in the “In Memoriam” section, not all alumni listed are recently deceased. As we become aware of the passing of our alumni we recognize them to provide their class mates with an update. *

Robin Goldman, MD’82
Dr. Goldman died in January of 2016.  We were just notified of her passing.

Stay in touch with SUNY Downstate alumni!
Make sure we have your correct address and email, here.


Student Profile – Zaki Azam

This month’s SUNY Downstate College of Medicine student profile is of Zaki Azam, class of 2019. Zaki completed his undergraduate education right here in our borough at Brooklyn College, where got his Bachelors in Science in Psychology. He is still unsure about his future specialty in Medicine but has had some remarkable experiences here at Downstate.

Who is/was your favorite professor at SUNY Downstate College of Medicine and why?

“My favorite professor is Dr. Eisner, because she always pushes her students to achieve even more than they think is possible.”

What is your favorite memory so far of your time studying at SUNY Downstate College of Medicine?

“My favorite memory is attending the AAMC Conference in Seattle with the faculty and Dean of the College of Medicine. I got to know them personally while presenting on the importance of student and faculty wellness.”

How has the Alumni Association for the College of Medicine at SUNY Downstate helped you (scholarships, clubs, events, white-coat ceremony, senior week, research, summer research, technology, healthcare in developing countries elective or other)?

“The Alumni Association has helped me realize great strengths through projects I would otherwise not have had an opportunity to pursue. Given the funding to present at a national conference has not only encouraged me but also gave me the confidence to continue formulating new ideas and present in such settings in the future. I look forward to the next time I can count on the Alumni Association for assistance whether it be for research, presentations or more.”

Alumni Throwback Thursdays

Every Thursday on the Alumni Association Facebook page and Facebook group a throwback photo will be featured. Photos will be taken from the yearbooks, with the goal that each year of SUNY Downstate College of Medicine graduates is represented.

If you have a photo you would like to share and be featured, please send it to

Be on the look out for a new post every single Thursday. If you see someone you recognize, do not hesitate to let them know they are featured and comment with their name.

The link to the Facebook page is:

The link to the Facebook Group is:



SUNY Downstate News June 2017


Congratulations to the Graduating class of 2017!

Executive Director of the Alumni Association, Eric T. Shoen-Ukre, recertified as a Certified Fund Raising Executive. Individuals granted the CFRE credential have met a series of standards set by CFRE International which include tenure in the profession, education, demonstrated fundraising achievement and a commitment to service to not-for-profit organizations. “As the certification is a voluntary achievement, the CFRE credential demonstrates a high level of commitment on the part of Eric T Shoen-Ukre to himself, the fundraising profession, and, the donors who are served”

SUNY Downstate Announcement
: Dr. JoAnn Bradley, Senior Vice President in the Department of Philanthropy, has officially announced her intent to retire effective on June 14th, 2017 after a 47 year career here at SUNY Downstate.

Innovations in Medicine: Downstate prides itself on innovations in medicine and healthcare to provide patients with the best care possible. Below are some examples of  the exceptional and advances Downstate had been making in healthcare:

-Researchers at SUNY Downstate Medical Center’s School of Public Health have determined that two stressful work characteristics, low job control and “job strain” — that is, high-demand, low-control work — have been increasing in the U.S. since 2002. The findings were presented at the Seventh International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH) Conference on Work Environment and Cardiovascular Diseases, in Varese, Italy, by Paul A. Landsbergis, PhD, EdD, MPH, associate professor in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, and earlier by lead author and SUNY Downstate Doctor of Public Health candidate Stephanie Myers at SUNY Downstate Research Day in Brooklyn, NY. For more information.

-Upper airway angioedema, while rare, is a potentially life-threatening side effect of ACEIs. As there is currently no therapy approved to treat it, a team of researchers, led by Richard Sinert, DO, from SUNY Downstate Medical Center/Kings County Hospital Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY, evaluated whether icatibant was effective in patients with ACEI-induced angioedema. To read more:

– University Hospital of Brooklyn/Downstate is the  first in New York City to use the BIOVIGIL hand hygiene system to aid in preventing Healthcare Associated Infections.

-Functional near infrared spectroscopic (fNIRS) imaging technology developed here at SUNY Downstate has advanced communication in patients with ALS using Downstate’s  Dr. Randall Barbour’s new wearable system. The system allows patients to communicate to ‘yes’ or ‘no’ questions.

-Downstate’s Muscular Dystrophy Association Clinical Care Center, is administering a new treatment for Spinal Muscular Dystrophy called Nusinersen/Spinraza.-

–  SUNY campuses were awarded 57 U.S. utility patents for advances in biotechnology, cancer research, manufacturing, renewable energy, and much more.  Downstate was mentioned for its work toward a lower power, more stabilized alternative to implantable cardioverter defibrillators to restart the heart. The new technology repurposes a nerve stimulator to use the body’s own nervous system to control the heart.To read more.

LGBT Pride Month: June marks the month of Pride and SUNY Downstate encourages students, faculty, and staff to support SUNY’s founding principles of diversity, equity and inclusion. To march with SUNY register at by June 22. On campus, there will be talk held by Dr. Nick Gordon, who completed his residency in emergency medicine at Downstate, titled “Focus on LGBT Health.”

SUNY Downstate Job Postings:

SUNY Downstate Medical Center
Location : Brooklyn NY US
Title: Interview Coordinator
Serves as receptionist, greet applicants and respond to questions from prospective applicants. Monitors expenditures and supervise the planning and coordination…

SUNY Downstate Medical Center
Location : Brooklyn NY US
Title: Nursing Assistant 2
New York State employees who hold a permanent appointment in this title will be considered for lateral transfer. Applicants must have completed one year of satisfactory full-time experience in the provision of simple treatment and other patient care services under professional supervision.

Equal Opportunity Funding

The Alumni Association remains committed to diverse and inclusive practices.

Diverse and Inclusive practices are subjects many organizations often speak about, but seldom practice, however  the Alumni Association – College of Medicine SUNY Downstate, is not one the aforementioned organizations. Staying true to the vision of the State University of New York Downstate Medical Center, the Alumni Association remains committed to serving the broad spectrum of individuals that attend SUNY Downstate’s medical school.

Recognizing differing ideologies based on life experience, culture, language, and ethnic background, leads to profound innovations in medicine.

The Alumni Association is proud support Downstate’s minority students with scholarships every year, funded by our generous donors.

This year we provided over $67,859, to African-American, Latino, and Native-American medical students. Depending on your definition of minority/under represented, if we include Asian-American students we have provided over $220,677 this year.

To donate to one of our scholarships to support under-represented individuals at the College of Medicine or to support any of our initiatives that insure medical students have access to the best education possible, click the link provided below. If you have any questions about different ways to contribute do not hesitate to call the Alumni Association office at (718)-270-2075.

Link to donate:

SUNY Central Organizes SUNY Pride March

SUNY Pride

SUNY Central asked us to share this with our alumni:

March with SUNY at NYC Pride
SUNY invites you to join fellow students, faculty, and staff to march in the New York City Pride Parade on Sunday, June 25th. All members of the SUNY community are welcome to attend and be a part of the largest pride celebration in the world.
The event runs from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and registration is free. Specific details on exact parade day meeting time and location in Manhattan will be sent to all registered attendees prior to the event.
The day will be filled with excitement and pride as SUNY marches together through the streets of New York City in this one of a kind world renowned celebration. We encourage you to show your support for SUNY’s founding principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion as we walk in unity to celebrate the LGBTQ community and showcase the power of SUNY.
Registration is now open at and must be completed by June 22.
If you have any questions, please contact Johanna Kendrick-Holmes at
We hope to see you there!

Halfway There – Have you paid your dues yet this year?

The Alumni Association is proud of the support that we provide each year for our students.  That support is only possible because of the payment of dues each year or from the money from lifetime dues paying members.  Below is a list of all of the Alumni who have paid their annual dues as of June 8, 2017.  If you don’t see your name on this list, then we may not have received your dues yet this year.  Please consider making a dues payment online today at:

or mailing a check to:
Alumni Association College of Medicine
SUNY Downstate
450 Clarkson Avenue, BSB 1-6, MSC 1204
Brooklyn, New York 11203

Annual Dues Paying Members as of June 8, 2017

First Name Last Name Class
Albert Marsh ’55
Selig Eisenberg ’57
William Won ’57
Stratos Kantounis ’58
Richard Mazze ’59
Stanley Fischman ’60
Morton Diamond ’63
Lawrence Schulman ’63
E. Clifford Lazzaro ’65
S. Robert Contiguglia ’67
Suzanne Mirra ’67
Olympia Mottola MD ’67
Judith Turchen-Fishbein ’67
Kenneth Glassberg ’68
Lawrence Cohen ’70
Maurice Cerulli ’72
Rae-Ellen Kavey ’72
Madelyn Pullman ’72
Gregory Rauscher ’72
Mark Benkel ’74
Robert Block ’74
Daniel Lichtstein ’74
Richard Sadovsky ’74
Jacqueline Brunetti ’75
Louis Cregler ’75
David Flitter ’75
Robert Fuentes ’75
Henry Lim ’75
Douglas Mund ’75
M. Monica Sweeney ’75
Christopher Gostout ’76
Robert Weiss ’76
Barbara Cammer Paris ’77
Maurice Harris ’77
Murray Jonas ’77
Ann McNeal ’77
Matthew Rudorfer ’77
Niki Silverstein ’77
Gale Steinhauser ’77
Myron Yaster ’77
Stanley Lugerner ’78
Norman Riegel ’78
Kenneth Stein ’78
Miriam Caslow ’79
Aaron Stein ’79
David Rechtman ’80
Jill Rabin ’81
Martin Kafina ’82
Willie Morton ’82
Andrew Terrono ’82
Ann DiMaio-Ricci ’83
Joseph Werther ’83
Alice Lee ’84
Michael Gebel ’85
Ralph Guarneri ’85
Michele Lewis ’85
Helen Schleimer ’86
Gino Farina ’87
Stephen Wadowski ’87
Kevin McKenna ’88
Lynn Goldowski ’89
Blaise Latriano ’89
Rona Orentlicher Fine ’89
Paul Pipia ’89
Pamela Schultze ’89
Juana Hutchinson-Colas ’90
Sing Chan ’91
Christopher Kauffman ’93
Alfonso Tagliavia ’93
Robert Adamenko ’95
Arun Babu ’95
Walid Yassir ’95
Jess Shatkin ’96
Leonard Drey ’97
Ingrid Dodard ’98
Hayri Cabuk ’99
Christopher Cesa ’99
Jenny Libien ’01
Thuy Rotunda ’02
Kenan Stern ’06
Dov Ginsburg ’08


Lifetime Dues Paying Members as of June 8, 2017

First Name Last Name Class
Anita Figueredo ’40
Vincent Santare ’44
Alfonse Cinotti ’46
David Cugell ’47
Stanley Gitlow ’48
Paul Kopsch ’48
John McGovern ’48
Emanuel Schwartz ’50
S. Sheldon Katz ’53
Frank Moya ’53
Harold Haft ’54
Robert Reardon ’54
Raymond Scalettar ’54
Robert Carras ’55
Albert Marsh ’55
Donna Younger ’55
Selig Eisenberg ’57
William Won ’57
Stratos Kantounis ’58
Alfred Kissack ’58
Richard Bloomenstein ’59
William Lee ’59
Richard Mazze ’59
Albert Oler ’59
Stanley Fischman ’60
Victoria Langsam ’60
Mitchell Rosenthal ’60
Arthur Drazan ’61
Allan Dunn ’61
David Jelaso ’61
Frank Medici ’61
Morton Diamond ’63
Michael Gold ’63
William McCormack ’63
Bruce Schlein ’63
Lawrence Schulman ’63
Elizabeth Jones-Lukacs ’64
Bob Pomerantz ’64
E. Clifford Lazzaro ’65
Lawrence Nastro ’65
Judith Rubenstein ’65
Sanford Avner ’66
John Forrest ’66
David Gordon ’66
Robert Iskowitz ’66
Gwen Klyman-Friend ’66
Foo Louie ’66
Samuel Packer ’66
Sharon Berkowitz ’67
S. Robert Contiguglia ’67
Michael Friedland ’67
Anthony Marlon ’67
Suzanne Mirra ’67
Olympia Mottola MD ’67
Judith Turchen-Fishbein ’67
Lawrence Brandt ’68
William Doscher ’68
Kenneth Glassberg ’68
Bruce Gordon ’68
Zonda Mercer ’68
Roy Fleischmann ’69
Marvin Garovoy ’69
John Nastro ’69
Walter Vukcevich ’69
Lawrence Cohen ’70
Marvin Frankel ’70
Lawrence Kane ’70
Stephen LeSauvage ’70
Joseph Marino ’70
Alan Rote ’70
Kenneth Winaker ’70
Nancy Falk ’71
Brett Gerstenhaber ’71
Marvin Kamras ’71
James Nelson ’71
Arthur Ostrowitz ’71
Walter Pedowitz ’71
Sheldon Zuckerman ’71
Joseph Bottino ’72
Maurice Cerulli ’72
Octavio Choy ’72
Marc Goldstein ’72
Margo Hilliard-Alford ’72
Rae-Ellen Kavey ’72
Madelyn Pullman ’72
Gregory Rauscher ’72
Robert Swersky ’72
David Tsoong ’72
Richard Farnham ’73
Alan Fein ’73
Ilona Hertz ’73
Ambrose Tsang ’73
Peter Wallach ’73
Mark Benkel ’74
Robert Block ’74
Erroll Byer ’74
Gerardo Camejo ’74
Mark Goodman ’74
Jonathan Harris ’74
Joseph Krause ’74
Neal Lewin ’74
Howard Lewis ’74
Daniel Lichtstein ’74
Stanley Ostrow ’74
Richard Sadovsky ’74
Charles Sprung ’74
Julia Block ’75
Ted Blum ’75
Jacqueline Brunetti ’75
Louis Cregler ’75
Salvatore Farruggia ’75
Howard Feldman ’75
David Flitter ’75
Robert Fuentes ’75
Louis Goyco ’75
Joyce Harper ’75
Henry Lim ’75
Richard Miller ’75
Douglas Mund ’75
Bandele Omokoku ’75
Erika Schwartz ’75
Stephen Snow ’75
M. Monica Sweeney ’75
Thomas Weiss ’75
Michael Zullo ’75
Harris Cohen ’76
Jonathan Cohn ’76
Ignatius Emeghebo ’76
Christopher Gostout ’76
Richard Herman ’76
Montgomery Hinkson ’76
Mamie Lim ’76
Leroy Odom ’76
Maxwell Ohikhuare ’76
Kevin Olden ’76
Daniel Tam ’76
Sam Unterricht ’76
Robert Weiss ’76
Steven Wilkofsky ’76
Stephanie Brandt ’77
Barbara Cammer Paris ’77
Howard Eisenstark ’77
Michael Erdil ’77
Michael Frankel ’77
Elizabeth Glackin ’77
Maurice Harris ’77
Murray Jonas ’77
Donald Kollisch ’77
Ann McNeal ’77
Matthew Rudorfer ’77
Leslie Saint Louis ’77
Niki Silverstein ’77
Robert Solomon ’77
Gale Steinhauser ’77
William Sutro ’77
Jeffrey Vorsanger ’77
Myron Yaster ’77
Ann Marie Beddoe ’78
Alan Black ’78
Steven Brenner ’78
Rochelle Chaiken ’78
Alice Chan ’78
Barbara Dash ’78
Helen Flamenbaum ’78
Max Greenlee ’78
Madhuri Kirpekar ’78
William Kutcher ’78
Stuart Lehrman ’78
Walfredo Leon ’78
Stanley Lugerner ’78
Jerry Neuwirth ’78
Beverly Prince ’78
Judith Prophete ’78
Norman Riegel ’78
Daniel Rubin ’78
Steven Rubin ’78
Kenneth Stein ’78
Laurence Weiss ’78
Orlando Adamson ’79
Brian Browne ’79
Alan Burghauser ’79
Miriam Caslow ’79
Daniel Charnoff ’79
Alexander Ferenczy ’79
Eric Freling ’79
Vinette Greenland ’79
Jason Koutcher ’79
Mark Kropf ’79
Harold Kudler ’79
Joseph LaMantia ’79
Elizabeth Levin ’79
Nicholas Lillo ’79
Michael Nissensohn ’79
Ira Parness ’79
Steven Piecuch ’79
Matthew Pincus ’79
William Robinson ’79
Mark Rosenbloom ’79
Jeanne Rosenthal ’79
Patricia Ryan ’79
Jeffrey Schmierer ’79
Richard Sorace ’79
Aaron Stein ’79
Peter Tsivis ’79
Anthony Battista ’80
Charles Bernstein ’80
Richard Black ’80
Robert Glover ’80
Ira Hanan ’80
Karen Johnson-Adamson ’80
Charles Jungreis ’80
Myrtho Montes ’80
Stuart Pomper ’80
David Rechtman ’80
Charles Schwartz ’80
Edward Wolf ’80
Felix Acholonu ’81
Sharon Bent-Harley ’81
Michael Bulanowski ’81
Kenneth Cohen ’81
James Ferguson ’81
Eileen Fontanetta ’81
Kristine Krol ’81
Gary Pess ’81
Jill Rabin ’81
Ara Sadaniantz ’81
Mark Sanders ’81
Alan Schneider ’81
Frank Segreto ’81
Barbara Zarou ’81
Jonathan Zenilman ’81
Russell Amundson ’82
David Berman ’82
Carol Dimond ’82
Paul Friedmann ’82
Robin Goldman ’82
Aaron Greenberg ’82
Joanne Gurin ’82
Peter Hallarman ’82
Martin Kafina ’82
Christine Kimble ’82
James Lafferty ’82
Mark Lema ’82
Steven Levine ’82
Gregory Menken ’82
Barbara Moriarty ’82
Willie Morton ’82
David Reisfeld ’82
James Romanelli ’82
Bennett Salamon ’82
Giles Scuderi ’82
Sharyn Solish ’82
Steven Spellman ’82
Andrew Terrono ’82
Mary Boylan ’83
Ann DiMaio-Ricci ’83
John Hausdorff ’83
Hana Ilan ’83
Jeffrey Klein ’83
Audrey Prefer ’83
Joseph Werther ’83
David Berger ’84
Mayling Chin-Chu ’84
Edward Conway ’84
Anna Filipkowski ’84
David Garson ’84
Enacio Hunt ’84
Alice Lee ’84
Wai Leung ’84
Viola Ortiz ’84
Steven Schneiderman ’84
Allen Seftel ’84
Edward Smith ’84
Raymond Wong ’84
Michael Zenilman ’84
Joseph Cooke ’85
Michael Gebel ’85
Robert Greenberg ’85
Ralph Guarneri ’85
Nogah Haramati ’85
Tak Kwan ’85
Michele Lewis ’85
Isaac Lowenwirt ’85
Allan Perel ’85
Joseph Rozenbaum ’85
Harris Sterman ’85
Theodore Strange ’85
Laurie Varlotta ’85
Jay Weiss ’85
Janice Whitty ’85
Gary Freeberg ’86
Joyce Grossman ’86
Paula Klein ’86
John Maese ’86
Samson Mebrahtu ’86
Michael Mendeszoon ’86
Peter Michalos ’86
Patricia O’Neill ’86
Anthony Rizzo ’86
Helen Schleimer ’86
John Stafford ’86
Debbie Youngelman ’86
Gino Farina ’87
Edwin Levine ’87
Glenn Schattman ’87
Alan Strobel ’87
Stephen Wadowski ’87
Gaston Deysine ’88
Joseph Di Vito ’88
Judith Hugh-Goffe ’88
Marnie Lustig-Dolin ’88
Kevin McKenna ’88
Pedro Murati ’88
David Schwartz ’88
Laurence Shapiro ’88
Peter Varunok ’88
Robert Vitiello ’88
Abraham Warshaw ’88
Courtney Williams ’88
Nicholas Germanakos ’89
Lynn Goldowski ’89
Insu Kong ’89
Blaise Latriano ’89
Modestus Lee ’89
Rona Orentlicher Fine ’89
Paul Pipia ’89
Carolyn Raia-DeCorato ’89
Pamela Schultze ’89
Marc Waldman ’89
Patricia Allen ’90
Nicholas Condulis ’90
Douglas DeCorato ’90
Christine Gourin ’90
Carlette Graham ’90
Juana Hutchinson-Colas ’90
Douglas Lazzaro ’90
Barbara Barnett ’91
Traci Burgess ’91
Sing Chan ’91
Jack Choueka ’91
Judith Dattaro ’91
Maxime Gedeon ’91
Lauren Kearney ’91
Jacqueline Lamour ’91
Robert Meyer ’91
Kevin Mudd ’91
Joseph Navon ’91
Carol Petruff ’91
Russ Saypoff ’91
Jill Waldman ’91
Chow Ng ’92
Tze Poon ’92
Umeko Takeshige ’92
Alfred Tinger ’92
Camilo Torres ’92
Robyn Wolintz ’92
Cathryn Cunningham ’93
Flynn Delaney ’93
Phyllis Gelb-Seidler ’93
Jeffrey Gibberman ’93
Rosalind Hoffman ’93
Christopher Kauffman ’93
Alfonso Tagliavia ’93
Sungwai Chiu ’94
Jordan Foster ’94
Eric Nager ’94
Nanette Silverberg ’94
Richard Macchia 94H
Robert Adamenko ’95
Arun Babu ’95
Aaron Berger ’95
Anh Nguyen Reiss ’95
Jane Pachter-O’Rorke ’95
Jason Wexler ’95
Eric White ’95
Walid Yassir ’95
Christopher Daigle ’96
Margaret Hooks ’96
Chiyin Lee ’96
David Neuman ’96
Jess Shatkin ’96
Robert Wetz ’96
Andrew Yacht ’96
Daniel Beckles ’97
Leonard Drey ’97
Monica Hum ’97
Demetrios Karides ’97
Nancy Silva ’97
Pete Williams ’97
Kidane Assefa ’98
Ingrid Dodard ’98
Kevin Rosas ’98
Jared Sender ’98
Hayri Cabuk ’99
Christopher Cesa ’99
Seong Cho ’99
Gautam Khakhar ’99
Si-yuen Moy ’99
Solomon Osei ’99
Ilya Blokh ’00
George Fernaine ’00
Punita Ponda ’00
Matthew Smolkin ’00
Jenny Sung ’00
Julie Gershun ’01
Stephen Havasy ’01
Srinivas Kolla ’01
Jenny Libien ’01
Adam Rotunda ’01
Sam Gao ’02
Fenney Kwan ’02
Thuy Rotunda ’02
Kaye Malton ’03
Christopher Teng ’04
Xiaoqian Zhang ’04
Alyson Myers ’05
Kenan Stern ’06
Dov Ginsburg ’08
Jonathan Barker ’09
Jillian Perry ’09
Felix Pacheco ’10