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Class of 1998

    • 02/05/2018

      Bonnie Tompkins Crawford BA ’98, after completing her expat assignment in Australia, accepted a new role as vice president of account management with moovel, a mobility technology company owned by Daimler. She and her husband, Preston Crawford BA ’97, live in Beaverton, Oregon, with their kitten, Sydney (named for their Australian home city).

    • 10/14/2016

      Julie Dickover BA ’98, director of the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum in St. Augustine, Florida, was featured in Folio magazine as part of its fall arts preview. In the piece, Dickover talks about her education, her entry into the art world, and her reaction to the museum’s fall show.

    • 02/01/2018

      Ciel Downing BA ’98, MA ’00 has experienced a wide-ranging career that has taken her from traditional therapist, to sheriff (briefly), and to author of Uncommon Knowledge About Common Drugs (which deals with addiction and substance abuse). During a stint as an adjunct professor, Downing found her niche teaching neurobiology and substance abuse and is currently instructing at a remote facility near Tillamook Summit. She still loves taking photos of wildlife and enjoys spending time with her new bride, Joan Snyder.

    • 12/08/2017

      Tanya King Dumas BA ’98 shares that she is volunteering for the 2018 Lewis & Clark reunion committee and that she is excited to see her classmates in June.

    • 12/08/2017

      Jan Martin BA ’98 completed her master’s degree in communication and technology at the University of Alberta at Edmonton. She looks forward to seeing her classmates at Alumni Weekend in June.

    • 06/28/2018

      Molly McAllister BA ’98 and her husband relocated to Camas, Washington, and are enjoying the great birding opportunities afforded by the Columbia River Gorge. They have a 4-year-old son, Anders, and a 1 1/2-year-old daughter, Harper. McAllister was recently promoted to vice president of veterinary science at Banfield Pet Hospital, where she leads research in the advancement of medical quality. She enjoyed catching up with classmates at her reunion in June 2018.

    • 09/29/2017

      To Molly McAllister BA ’98 and husband Brandon Archibald, daughter Harper Mai, May 19, 2017. Harper joins brother Anders Thomas, 2.

    • 04/25/2018

      Jason Rodgers BA ’98, MAT ’99 was just awarded the Eugene Kaza Music Educator of the Year Award by the Portland Youth Philharmonic. The award celebrates music teachers who “go above and beyond to inspire, educate, and instill excellence” in their students. Rodgers lives in Lake Oswego, Oregon, with his wife, Jessica Youngman BA ’98, and their 13-year-old daughter, Lily. When he’s not teaching, he builds custom electric guitars under the moniker Jayemar Guitars. He exhibited several guitars at the Vancouver International Guitar Festival in Vancouver, B.C., over the summer. 

    • 02/01/2018

      Emily Seru BA ’98, who received her MS in experiential education, was promoted to director of U.S. programs and community engagement for the Higher Education Consortium for Urban Affairs. She lives in St. Paul, Minnesota, with her husband, Davu, and son, August.

    • 12/08/2017

      Marnie Troska BA ’98 wants to share that she is volunteering for the 2018 reunion committee and is excited to see her classmates in June.

    • 12/13/2017

      Stephen Wright BA ’98, a partner at VLP Law Group in San Francisco, spoke at an event held by the Sonoma County Bar Association. He discussed the intricacies of advising clients on the rebuilding of homes lost in the recent fires in Southern California.

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