May 2020 Class Notes

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Christopher DeVoe ’79: Board Member, Food Bank of Central New York

Gary Weiner ’83: Secretary for the Clients’ Security Board, Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Andy Reichgut ’91: General Manager, Arivia US

Sarah Wechsler Fajardo ’94: Registrar, SUNY Ulster

Neal Schack ’96: Project Manager – Chief Data Office Enterprise Data Quality Management Team, Citibank

Roland Williams ’97: President, J2 Medical Supply, Inc.

Brian McDonald ’03: District Director, U.S. Small Business Administration

Kaushal Dhruv ’04 MS: Chief Information Officer, Latham Pool Products

Eric Goode’05: Vice President of Finance, Hi Marley Inc.

Christopher C. Hines ’12: Director of Product and Solutions Marketing, Zscaler

Steve Moeller ’12: SSVF Outreach Liaison, Veterans Bridge Home

Jessica Santana ’13: Co-Creator and Head Coach, Social Good School

Pearl Cohen ’14: Senior Manager, EY

Michelle Caravas ’15: Enterprise Account Executive, ThoughtSpot

Devin Carbaugh ’16: Legal and Studio Affairs, Apple

Ava Miner ’17: Investor Relations and Capital Raising, Mack Real Estate Group

Jordan Evans ’17: Relationship Manager, Fidelity Investments

Aaliyah Roseman ’18: Assistant Pricing Manager, Macy’s

Harpavan Sandha, MD, MBA ’18: Clinical Research Coordinator II, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

Stephen Bolen ’18: Director of Customer Experience & Engagement, Mastercard

Luke Knapp ’19: Manager, Facility Operations, Institute for Defense Analyses


Stephen Babbles ’08 (above) and his wife, Lindsay, welcomed son, Rory, on March 17. Stephen also recently started a new position as Tax Manager with Cornell University.



Paul Murdock ’85 (above)Managing Director and President of MCG Consulting, LLC, was featured on The Top 100 Magazine’s 2020 People in Finance list.


Adam Gold ’06 (above), owner of Funk ’N Waffles in Downtown Syracuse, made his fourth appearance on Guy Fieri’s popular Food Network show, “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives,” as part of a series to showcase foods that you can take-out during the quarantine called, “Takeout: Funky Finds in ‘da House.” covered Gold’s repeat appearance with Fieri, which featured a dish created by 8th grade students at Wellwood Middle School of Fayetteville, NY, as part of a Family and Consumer Science class in partnership with Funk ‘N Waffles.