Kellogg Magazine  |  Spring/Summer 2018




Bernie Armstrong

Bernie collaborated with David McConnell ’92 on a 343-bed student accommodation for the University of Auckland, which opened earlier in the year. Bernie’s company, Cedar Pacific, provided the development and capital, and David’s company, Hawkins Construction, built the building.

Wendy Church

In September Wendy was invited to South Africa by the Tekano Foundation to provide training in social network analysis and leadership development. She spent time with foundation members in Cape Town’s largest township, Khayelitsha, and then traveled the country.

Peter Bell

Peter recently moved with his family to Basalt, CO, where he assumed a new role as president and CEO of Ascendigo Autism Services, a leading outdoor recreation and autism service provider. The nonprofit is based in the Roaring Fork Valley near Aspen and was founded as a summer sports camp in 2004.

Jennifer Cornell

Jennifer has joined the Curry School of Education Foundation at the University of Virginia as a development officer. She focuses on connecting with and engaging alumni, parents and friends across Richmond and Northern Virginia with the Curry School and its transformative work in education and human development.

Albrecht (Al) Grell

Al attended a mini reunion after 25 years that was hosted by Anna, Glen and Beans in Manila, Philippines. The weekend was filled with lunches, dinners and a tour of old Manila. Some had not met since graduation, so there were endless memories, updates and laughter. Since the reunion was short, perhaps there will be a 30-year reunion in 2022.

Richard Hirsch

Richard is an investor in and head of marketing at Lavit, a health/wellness company focused on improving hydration in offices and, soon, homes. Imagine combining the key features of a Nespresso machine and a water cooler. The result is both healthy and unexpectedly eco-friendly. Rich would love to reconnect with Kelloggians in similar health/wellness verticals for a call, a beer or just a refreshing water.

Steve Rappaport

Steve celebrated the 25th anniversary of his company, LinkAmerika, in Prague – outlasting the actual time he spent in America.