Use this page to connect with fellow classmates, share updates, and prepare for Reunion Weekend.
FRIDAY Columbia CaseWorks Session
Personal Leadership Workshop
Manhattanville Campus Update
All-Class Welcome Reception at Cipriani 42nd Street
SATURDAY Dean Glenn Hubbard’s State of the School Address
Reunion Class Cocktails and Dinner at Sunset Terrace
SUNDAY Alumni Family Brunch at Guastavino’s
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Class of 1988:

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Nancy Rachman (nancyrachman@yahoo.com)
After almost a lifetime of living in NYC and the Northeast, four years ago I traded the winter snow and cold for the humidity and sunshine of Miami. My husband and I have enjoyed discovering the restaurants, culture and other activities Miami offers. There is much more here than the nightlife of South Beach you read about! However, we have stayed true to our respective sport teams. No transfer of loyalty to the Heat, Dolphins or Marlins. I have also changed careers. After many years of corporate life and stress, I am now selling real estate in a market that has rebounded. It is interesting and I am never at a lost for stories to tell about my new venture. Looking forward to seeing where this takes me. Happy to catch up with classmates in the area or who come down for a swim! My email address is nancyrachman@yahoo.com

Artie Isaac (artieisaac@gmail.com)
Artie Issac writes: "Alisa Cox Isaac '88 and I remain happily married and living in Columbus, Ohio, my natural habitat. We come to NYC frequently, with a child at NYU. Alisa enjoyed a varied career in finance and then earned a master's degree in nursing, working as a Family Nurse Practitioner in a hospital and in a drug and alcohol treatment center. I owned an advertising agency until 2008. Since then, I've led corporate creativity programs and served as a Vistage Chair. More info at http://artieisaac.com."

Eric Kreitzer (EKreitzer88@gsb.columbia.edu)
Eric Kreitzer writes: "Announcing our second child Isabel, who is 6 months old as I type this. She and her 4-year-old brother Ben are two good reasons to get off the consulting road as soon as we finish this new financial data mart project at the University of Connecticut. I am looking for networking interviews or any discussions on a purely informational basis with key individuals involved in either the sale or consumption of BI, ETL, and analytical software products and services. This would help me understand what kinds of opportunities might be out there and what companies or organizations I might target that I have not thought of."


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