Our Wildwood, Winter 2017, Volume 40
Shannon Nataf ’95 is writing self- empowering books for children. The first, Just Bee , in stores this spring, encourages kids to be the best version of themselves. She lives with her boyfriend between Los Angeles and Nashville where she does art direction for photography, brands, and musicians. Shannon will travel to Peru in March to work with women and children in an Andean village that is only accessible by horseback. Elementary Alumni
connect gather engage give thrive
At Wildwood, the hands-on, innovative, and individualized approach is a way of life—and things are no different when it comes to alumni. The new Class Connectors program is a fresh spin on the traditional class representative, emphasizing approachability, personal touches, and the opportunity to have each and every alumni voice heard. The mission of the Class Connectors program is to link alumni with one another, Wildwood’s campus, and the greater community, forging strong connections along the way. Class Connectors will work closely with the Alumni Council and contribute to all aspects of alumni life, including events, program development, and outreach. The five principles that inform the Class Connectors program— connect, gather, engage, give, and thrive—encompass an extensive range of responsibilities, from collecting class notes and spreading the word about upcoming events, to supporting Wildwood philanthropically and creating opportunities for fellow alumni in professional settings. Any Wildwood alumni searching for ways to be more involved are encouraged to become a Class Connector. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Announcing Alumni “Class Connectors”
Jessica (Rand) Hanberry ’96 left Wildwood in 1996, before the opening of the middle and upper school. She went to Crossroads School after that followed by UC Santa Cruz. Twenty years later, she lives in Portland, Oregon with her husband of one year. Jessica works for Oregon’s NPR affiliate as an arts producer and afternoon host for the jazz station. For fun she dances the Argentine tango and hikes the beautiful mountains in the Pacific Northwest.
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