Kellogg Magazine  |  Spring/Summer 2018




Chris Balough

Chris now works at Intel Corp. after his prior employer, Altera, was acquired at the end of 2015. He works in the internet of things group as an executive in strategic planning and marketing.

Bill Geyer Hara

Bill and his family left the city of San Francisco a few years ago for the beautiful suburbs on the enchanted Isle of Alameda just across the bay. Bill is a vice president in digital product management with Wells Fargo. These days, Bill also is immersed in the joys of being a quintessential family guy and soccer/ baseball dad. As always, messages from classmates – Big Dogs and all others – are much appreciated.

Keith Kaplan

Keith recently joined the Macerich Company in Santa Monica, California, as vice president of development. He is tasked with leading mixed-use redevelopment projects at two major shopping malls: Los Cerritos Center in Cerritos, CA, and Washington Square in Tigard, OR. Susan Osborn Baskin Susan and her family completed their six-continent bucket list by backpacking for 12 months. She’s involved in summer camps: Camp Champions in Texas, Pinnacle in North Carolina, Everwood in Massachusetts and IDEAS Camp in Beijing. A few of her classmates send their children to Camp Champions, and she enjoys watching them grow up over the summers. She also was appointed by the Texas Commissioner of Education to draft statewide out-of-school time standards.

Edward Ratinoff

Ed oversees a multifamily investment platform focused on California and is a member of the board of a publicly traded bank that counts Uzair Dada as a member. Ed also sees Mitch Feinman, who is now at Factual.

Ron Sann

Ron had a mini Kellogg ’94 gathering in St. Louis. Ron, Jennifer Sann, Doug and Sue Warshauer, Jim Kalishman and Amy Kalishman spent some time catching up. Ron and Doug, Sue’s eldest sons, are freshmen and classmates at Washington University in St. Louis. Perhaps this is the start of the Kellogg class of 2027.

Steven Sibulkin

Steven is living in NYC with his wife Ann, son Ben (15) and daughter Emme (13). He recently sold the agriculture data and technology company he co-founded in 2013, Agronomic Technology Crop, to Yara International.

Paul Stratta

Paul launched the exciting sports app iPlayMe2, enabling the world’s 60 million tennis players to easily hook up with others to schedule matches without interminable texts, messages and WhatsApp voicemails. Fellow Kellogg alums interested in investing are welcome to get in touch.