GS Class of 1994
Mieka Freund Wick writes: “I live in my hometown of Washington, D.C., with my two children, Annabelle (16) and Sam (13), and my husband, David. I am the executive director of the J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation. David works in executive search for Spencer Stuart. Annabelle is a high school rower and Sam spends all of his free time on the basketball court. I’m in regular touch with Cynthia Fleming Ingelfinger, who lives with her family in Whitefish, Montana, and Danielle Taylor Holmes , who moved with her family to St. Thomas during the pandemic. I had the chance to visit with Arielle Strem en route to Maine last summer and frequently see Abigail Ross Goodman ’98. I also had a fun evening catching up with Dan Joss in San Francisco while there for work last fall. There are a few classmates in and around D.C., none of whom I see very often, sadly, though Jeff Nussbaum and I keep trying. I will forever be indebted to Ted Sizer ’94 PhD, who turned me on to the numerous social injustices in our country’s public education system while working and studying with him as an undergrad. It is because of him that I do the work that I do and continue to love it every single day.”
Richard A. Wright ’94 PhD, professor of New Testament in the Graduate School of Theology at Abilene Christian University, where he teaches courses on languages and literature, published A Reader in Biblical Greek with Eerdmans Publishing. It is an intermediate reader for students, clergy, and scholars who have completed at least one year of Greek instruction and want to build reading proficiency.
Robert G. Goodby ’88 AM, ’94 PhD published A Deep Presence: 13,000 Years of Native American History, in which he tells the 13,000-year story of Native Americans in the Monadnock Region.
Thomas S. Harrington ’94 PhD has published the following titles over the past five years: A Citizen’s Democracy in Authoritarian Times: An American View on the Catalan Drive for Independence Valencia (University of Valencia Press, 2019); Una democràcia cívica en temps autoritaris: Apunts d’un nord-americà sobre el Procès sobiranista a Catalunya (Barcelona: Gregal, 2018); Public Intellectuals and Nation Building in the Iberian Peninsula 1900-1925: The Alchemy of Identity (Bucknell University Press, 2015); and Livin’ la Vida Barroca: American Culture in an Age of Imperial Orthodoxies (University of Valencia Press, 2014).