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I have always been loathe to share my updates because I have followed a non-traditional path for an MBA. Now I've decided to shed the guilt and feelings of inadequacy as a recovering MBA just in case any of you have similar experiences! After working several years in Real Estate Consulting at Arthur Andersen, I decided to stay home to raise our three wonderful global citizens, all of whom will be launched into the wide world this spring. As a kick-ass mom, volunteer extraordinaire, strict-but-fun substitute teacher and college advisor, I loved this "career", the hardest job I have ever had. Now I'm enjoying another fantastic stint as an elementary school substitute teacher, a job where people laugh at my corny jokes and hug me at the end of the day. Can't say that about too many careers! I have also started a personal organizing company, "Simply Uncluttered", where I get to spend time helping people find mental peace through visual order. I have never been sorry that I got an MBA because education is never wasted, and I met the love of my life, Scott Erickson (WG '90) at Wharton. I can only wish all of you the happiness we have experienced!
Sandy and I are living the dream in Ann Arbor, Michigan. This year is a whirlwind. After 15 years, Sandy resigned her position as school psychologist to pursue other interests. Our oldest, Lindsay, moved to New York City to work for the NBA. Our youngest, Gillian, is studying business at Indiana University. We're celebrating our 25th wedding anniversary and my 15th anniversary running Latitude CG, a learning management software firm.
Hello classmates. I am currently finishing my 13th-year as the Brentwood Middle School Psychologist in Los Angeles. My wife, Jessica and I have two children, Sofia 17 and Samuel, 14 in high school and middle school at Brentwood. I also have a Private Practice in Brentwood where I practice Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy-- I received my International Psychoanalytic certification from my institute--PCC in LA in December 2015. I see adults, children and families. That curriculum at Wharton really paid off! Still trying to attend a SoCal gathering. My best to all.