Class of 2003
Thank you for a wonderful 10th Reunion Weekend!!!
Thank you to those who were able to make it to campus for a wonderful 10-year reunion (and for those who couldn’t make it, we missed you!). The weekend was full of fun, friendly events and we hope you enjoyed every minute of it. Reunion kicked off in style Friday evening with a party on the Waterfront at Sequoia. The evening was sponsored in part by the JTJ Foundation in memory of our classmate, John Jackson. The Jackson family and JTJ Foundation wanted to say a special, sincere Thank You for all those that came in for the night, John was certainly there in spirit.
Saturday was full of on-campus activities from a family BBQ, to campus tours, to presentation panels updating our classmates on the amazing new initiatives at Georgetown. We had beautiful weather Saturday night to enjoy a party on the Esplanade (no rainout like the 5-year!), enjoying live music from our classmates and views of the new construction on campus including the new Hariri building, Regents Hall, and Southwest Quadrangle.
Most importantly, the weekend was a time for us to all re-connect with old friends and meet new ones, as we shared our personal experiences over the past 10 years since graduating Georgetown. Georgetown is a beautiful campus, a great academic institution, but more than anything it is a community of friends – we are fortunate to be a part of this community and we hope the 10-year reunion was an opportunity for you to become even closer.
Check out these upcoming events:
John Carroll Weekend 2015 in Los Angeles, California!
April 16-19, 2015.
Sean Cox (C'03) and Kathryn Schmit Cox (NHS'05) are proud to announce the birth of their second son, Lucas Christopher in January 2014 in Morristown, NJ. Older brother Henry Charles was born in May 2012.
Submitted on Feb 8 2014
Catherine Stuart Vrettos (s')
Catherine (Stuart) Vrettos (S'03) and Christopher Vrettos are proud to announce the birth of a baby , Cathleen Beasley Vrettos. She was born on October 1, 2013 in Nashville, TN. Big sister Caroline is thrilled!
Submitted on Nov 8 2013
Melisa Hoffman Galasso (b')
Melisa (Hoffman) Galasso (B'03) was recently honored as a recipient of the Emerging Leader Award by the North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants to recognize women who have made significant contributions to the accounting profession, their organizations, and to the development of women CPAs as leaders..
Submitted on Sep 19 2013
Amy Wolverton (l')
Amy Wolverton (L'03) was recently promoted to Vice President, Government Affairs from Executive Director, Public Policy & Govt. Affairs at HTC Americas, Inc. She is located in Washington DC.
Submitted on Jul 10 2013
Mark Marinello (m')
Mark Marinello (M'03) and Melissa Marinello Marinello School of Medicine 2005 are proud to announce the birth of a baby boy, Ryan Parker Marinello. He was born on May 15, 2013 in Richmond, VA and weighed 8 lb., 3 oz.. Big brother James (3 yo) and big sister Emily (2 yo) are thrilled to have a baby brother! Melissa is currently a general surgeon in the Richmond community and Mark is currently Medical Director of the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at the Children's Hospital of Richmond.
Submitted on Jun 10 2013
Joseph Sammartino (c')
Joseph Sammartino (C'03) has started the Sammartino Law Group, located in downtown San Diego. Sammartino specializes in the representation of individuals and businesses in civil litigation. His practice emphasizes commercial and business litigation as well as general business and corporate law. He also has experience with class action lawsuits, construction, and employment litigation. Sammartino holds a B.A. from Georgetown University and a J.D. from the University of San Diego School of Law. Prior to opening his own practice, Sammartino worked at Lewis, Brisbois, Bisgaard & Smith and has clerked in the Appellate Division of the San Diego County District Attorney’s Office.
Submitted on May 9 2013
Courtney Ozer (l')
Courtney Ozer (L'03) recently joined Unilever United States, Inc. as Senior Counsel - Litigation. Courtney was previously employed at Levine Lee LLP as a senior associate and prior to that as an associate at Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman LLP, both located in New York City.
Submitted on Apr 9 2013
Flynn Coleman (f')
Flynn Coleman (SFS '03) is a mindfulness consultant, attorney, yoga teacher, Huffington Post blogger, and the founder of SAMYA Practice LLC, an innovative social enterprise that designs and implements mindfulness and creativity seminars for organizations and individuals seeking balance and transformation. SAMYA also gives back locally and globally by providing legal aid and therapeutic yoga to survivors of trauma and abuse. Visit www.samyapractice.com to connect and learn more. Twitter: @samyapractice
Submitted on Apr 2 2013
Danielle DeCerbo (c')
Danielle DeCerbo (C'03,pictured upper right) and her wife Eliyanna Kaiser (upper left) welcomed their twin sons, Hugo Logan (lower left) and Leo James (lower right), on September 27th, 2012. The family lives in Manhattan.
Submitted on Feb 20 2013
Alyson Barker (c')
Alyson Barker (C'03) was recently promoted to Vice President - General Counsel at The Wet Seal, Inc. located in Foothill Ranch, CA.
Submitted on Jan 17 2013
Michael Kaplanidis (g')
Michael Kaplanidis (G'03) and Aphrodite Lutz are happy to announce their marriage on July 22, 2012 in Kifissia, Greece. They currently reside in Palm Beach, FL, USA. Michael Kaplanidis (MBA '03) has had a successful career in tax accounting, and now leads Water Street Associates, his own tax preparation firm in Boston's financial district, servicing high-net worth individuals and businesses with their tax needs. He has also come up with a unique, cutting edge HR benefit for companies to implement in the workplace: Taxes at Work, which brings his team of CPAs to employees, either in person or via a secure digital portal to do their taxes. Boston companies that have implemented the no cost benefit program include Akamai Technologies, New England Baptist Hospital, Cumberland Farms, Sasaki Associates, Hill Holliday, Lois Paul and Partners, and the list is growing. And Water Street Associates just launched a presence in Palm Beach, FL, servicing clients in the area. Not a typical CPA, internally motivated to do the right thing in life, Michael credits Professor Richard America, who inspired him to give his time and expertise generously to help others in the community. Michael really enjoyed Professor America's inner city development class while at GU, and although his schedule is busy throughout the year, he has found a meaningful way to help inner city youth achieve their academic potential. Michael's childhood dream came true earlier this year, when he successfully crossed the finish line at Copley Square in 4:51 for the first time at the 2012 Boston Marathon – in record high heat - only a day before federal tax day. He ran to raise money for Dorchester’s Codman Academy Public Charter School to support inner city academic student programs. Michael is doing it again next year. He is currently training for the 2013 Boston Marathon again as part of Team Codman, although this time, the race is on tax day: April 15. He and his wife, Didi, are both optimistic and excited to give back to the community. The cause to help Codman Academy Public Charter School is deeply rooted in Michael; his parents and older brother immigrated from Thessaloniki, Greece, in 1974 and settled in Dorchester, MA when they first moved, and in the area where Codman Academy now stands. Michael Kaplanidis, CPA, is the Founder and Managing Director of Water Street Associates and can be reached at email@example.com
Submitted on Nov 1 2012
Keenan Flynn (b')
Keenan Flynn (B'03) writes, "Keenan Flynn (B '03) and wife Lisa traveled from Boston to spend a week in Santa Monica, CA hosted by fellow classmates Matthew Korcinsky (B '03) and Nicholas Schultz (B '03); much hilarity ensued. The weather was sunny and the hosts most gracious. "
Submitted on Oct 18 2012
Gabriel Dejarden (l')
Gabriel Dejarden (L'03) was recently named Vice-Chair of the Young Lawyers Interest Network of the American Bar Association's Section of International Law.
Submitted on Jul 1 2012
Gabriel Dejarden (l')
Gabriel Dejarden (L'03) was recently promoted to Senior Associate at Squire Sanders in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Submitted on Jul 1 2012
Victoria Terheyden (b')
Vicki Terheyden (MSB '03) lives in San Francisco and is the Director of Communications at Archbishop Riordan High School. Recently, her job involved helping to open Riordan's residential boarding program, the only program of its kind in San Francisco, and one of only a few boarding programs in any of the major U.S. cities. She also holds board positions with the San Francisco Symphony and Pulse of the Arc of San Francisco, an organization that supports people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Submitted on Jun 19 2012
Sean Cox (c')
Sean Cox (C'03) and Kathryn Schmit Cox (N'05) are proud to announce the birth of a baby boy, Henry Charles.
Submitted on Jun 6 2012
Elissa McCormack Cutter (c')
Elissa (McCormack) Cutter (C'03) and Duke Cutter are happy to announce their marriage on August 20, 2011 in Sudbury, MA. Here's a photo of the Georgetown alumni that attended the wedding. From left to right: my uncle Jonathan Reiss (C'80), my uncle Edward (Skip) McCormack (C'70), Tracey Hartman (N'03), Roopika Risam (MA'07), myself (C'03), my husband Duke Cutter, Kiersten Varner (N'03), David Varner (C'02), my aunt Carolyn Reiss (attended, but did not graduate), my mother Anne McCormack (N'72) and my father John McCormack (C'72).
Submitted on Jan 12 2012
Sungwoo Koo Ishikawa (c')
Sungwoo (Simone) Koo (C'03) was recently honored as a recipient of the 35 Under 35 by GlassHammer.com for being a woman under 35 with C-level responsibilities at a major investment bank in financial industry. http://www.theglasshammer.com/news/2011/11/10/35-under-35-simone-koo-vice-president-institutional-equities-morgan-stanley/
Submitted on Nov 16 2011
Erica Nonni (c')
Erica Nonni (C'03) writes, "Since graduation, I've spent a few years in London and earned an MSc from the London School of Economics. I now live in New York City, work in wine marketing and serve as Co-President of the Georgetown Club of Metropolitan New York."
Submitted on Oct 20 2011
Michael Durst (c')
Michael Durst (C'03) completed his PhD in applied physics at Cornell University in 2009. After a couple years of postdoctoral work at Boston University, he and his wife Alison recently moved to Maine, where he joined the physics faculty at Bates College.
Submitted on Oct 19 2011
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