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Pamela (Schneider) Dickstein writes, “I joined Goldman Sachs when we graduated from business school, and I am still enjoying working here almost 10 years later. I married the love of my life, Glenn Dickstein, and we live in Manhattan and have three children—Adam, Jason and Avery.”
Alexander Huber writes, “VIA, the wine company I helped found in 2001, is now Chile’s fifth-largest wine exporter. Our main brands are Chilcas, Chilensis and Oveja Negra. While still running the Asian market and bulk-wine-trading market and handling new-business development, I have branched out by forming a vineyard investment fund. So far, I have purchased 575 acres of prime vineyard, for an average of less the $8,000 per acre, and I am in the midst of planting another 200 acres. I’ve never had so much fun!”
Nancy (Levitt) Davis writes “I am disappointed to be missing our 10 year reunion but am excited about the arrival of our third child in April! My husband, Scott, and I live with our two boys in beautiful Key Biscayne, Fla., just outside downtown Miami. I drink café con leche each morning (nobody on our island serves brewed coffee), and we can walk to the beach on weekends—a big change from the Upper West Side. The closest bagel shop is 20 minutes away, we’ve totally given up on good Chinese food and if we arrive at a party an hour late, we are still the first ones there. Se habla español. I am the director of corporate partnerships at the New World Symphony. NWS is the world’s foremost postgraduate classical-music academy; it’s in the heart of South Beach, with an amazing new Frank Gehry-designed campus under construction. You can find out more about it at www.nws.edu. I hope there are lots of updates on our reunion Web site; I can’t wait to learn about what everyone is up to.”
R. Adam Smith, Co-Chair