2002 – Spring ’19 Class Letter
Corryn Siegel Greenwood
Dear Class of 2002-
Here is your class letter. We would love to hear from more of you. Send us an email or a Facebook message with an update!
JOSH MASON-BARKIN ’02 moved to Phoenix, Arizona in June, 2018. Working as a photographer and operations specialist for List Logix, a company specializing in media for the real estate industry.
LIZ WEBB BEELES ’02 reports “this is my sixth year living and working in Salem, Oregon. Continuing in my communications role for the Oregon Department of Agriculture, I will soon be graduating from the REAL Oregon (Resource Education & Agricultural Leadership) Program. The program offers opportunities to travel the state with a cohort of leaders to learn about the diversity of agriculture and natural resources.
When I’m not working, I paddle lead with a dragon boat team on the Willamette River (April-October). Dragon boat teams have 20 paddlers, a caller, and a tiller (to steer). Our Salem community has six teams that travel to races throughout the Pacific Northwest and Canada. Last year, the Portland Dragon Boat Festival had 68 teams compete over two days in downtown Portland! As a result of this involvement, my husband and I were excited started a small design business last year, where we create paddle sport casual apparel and stickers. ”
JAMIE GRANT ’02 is currently the Vice President for Enrollment Management at Converse College in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
CORRYN SIEGEL GREENWOOD ’02 was invited to speak at the 44th Annual March of Dimes Perinatal conference. The topic of her talk was the use of a sepsis calculator in infants born to mothers with Chorioamnionitis.
MARTHA DOBKE NETZLOFF ’02 says “I got married two years ago in April. I have a 9 year-old stepdaughter. I teach Special Education and am a strong union member in Madison Public Schools.”
We hope you are doing well and would love to see an update from you in the next newsletter!!
Leigh Mlodzik and Corryn Siegel Greenwood