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Use this page to connect with fellow classmates, share updates, and prepare for Reunion Weekend.
FRIDAY CaseWorks Session
Executive Education
Manhattanville Campus Update
All-Class Welcome Reception at Guastavino’s
SATURDAY Dean Glenn Hubbard’s State of the School Address
Reunion Class Cocktails, Dinner, and Dancing at The Harmonie Club
SUNDAY Alumni Family Brunch at The Lighthouse at Pier 61
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Class Notes

Sandeep Tyagi
Hi everyone This to mark the 20th reunion of our class. Wow! In these 20 years, my family has grown 100% (2 kids). And hair have reduce 98%. I have taken my family to see the campus several times. We walk around the lawns, sit on the steps below the Alma Mater and generally soak in the atmosphere.We live in Short Hills, NJ, now. Professionally, after CBS, I went into consulting. After 6 years at Mitchell Madison Group left at started a firm called Inductis (also in consulting and analytics). And now run a systematic trading firm, Estee Capital. (www.esteeadvisors.com). Look forward to seeing old friends. Sandeep

S. Shirley (SShirley94@gsb.columbia.edu)
My debut novel, PLAYING BY THE BOOK, will be published by Magnus Books on June 11, 2014 and will be available on Amazon and anywhere books are sold. Columbia University is prominently featured in the book and on the cover. In addition, I was recently named President of the Board of Lambda Literary Foundation. I've worked in Corporate Communications at CITI for the past three years after an eleven-year sales career on Wall Street. I look forward to seeing everyone at our reunion in April! - S. Chris Shirley (CBS 94)

Keith Thomas (kthomas@vivecrop.com)
Keith Thomas was recently selected to serve on the Board of Governors for the University of Toronto. He also continues to serve as CEO of Vive, a company that formulates active ingredients to be better, cheaper, and environmentally safer using water dispersible polymer particles.

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