After being awarded a Joel Gay Creative Fellowship, artist and designer Elspeth Michaels '05 created The Drip, a weekly newsletter that explores the intersection between art history and hip-hop.
Tech guru by day, vintner by night: Tom Cramer ’83 is co-owner of Altisima Winery, which he opened in fall 2021. The winery sits in one of California’s oldest wine regions, the scenic Temecula Valley.
Scott Reiner ’90 is in his dream profession. His company, Eat, Drink and Be Happy, sources specialty wines from around the world, which means Reiner travels much of the time, discovering new wines and matching those with the right client.
As senior federal policy advisor for the National Rural Water Association, Jennifer O’Hara Palmiotto ’82 acts as a voice for the thousands of small water systems around the nation that provide clean drinking water and safe wastewater treatment for the United States’ most remote communities.
Eric Woolworth ’83 is president, business operations, of the Miami Heat NBA franchise, not only a successful team, but also known as progressive in the workplace and with having a commitment to charitable efforts in the community.
The Platform Gallery in Lions River, South Africa, owned by Molly Malloy ’06, features work by local artists often inspired by South African wildlife in a restored 100-year-old train storage shed turned gallery. The gallery hosts a charity auction annually called Art for Conservation that benefits wildlife conservation.
As co-owner of saltwater fly and light tackle fishing company Westport Fly, Parker Mauck ’77 now enjoys taking clients out in Buzzard’s Bay in Massachusetts after working for close to 25 years in the cranberry industry.