Cornell Class of 1999
Being a class officer is a great way to reconnect to the university and old classmates. Please consider volunteering your time and helping the Class of 1999. You can sculpt the future of the Class of 1999 by helping to connect our classmates to each other and Cornell.
Class Officers plan and implement activities that keep you and our classmates in touch. It's a modest time commitment over the next five years and you're working with the Cornell staff and our class leaders. Please click on the class officer roles for a description of the different positions. Of course, the Cornell staff, other officers, and past officers will assist you.
Contact Rachel the Class of '99 Nominations Chair, Rachelle Considine to get involved: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Class of 1999 Officers
Risa S. Shapiro
Margaux E. Neiderbach
Margaux Neiderbach found her way back to Ithaca after a decade stint in NYC and serves as the Director of Student and Young Alumni Programs in Cornell's Office of Alumni Affairs. In her spare time, she plays rugby with the Ithaca Avengers women's club team, rows with the Cascadilla Boat Club, and serves as a board member of Cinemapolis, Ithaca's nonprofit movie theater.
Sabrina L. Smith
Garrett C. Baird
Sam B. Pollack
Rachelle Loranger Considine
Sheyna Q. Horowitz
Sheyna Q. Horowitz is the co-chair for our 15th year reunion. She currently resides in Minneapolis where she is an active member of the Cornell Club of MN book club. She is married to fellow '99 Cornellian and has a son, Sam, who has not yet been to Ithaca!
Rebecca Harris Mulvaney
David I. Sandoval
Taber Sweet currently resides in Denver, Colorado and works for himself doing everything from design consultation to construction management. After graduating Cornell, Taber began his career as a design consultant in Aspen working on resort design and has called Colorado his home ever since.
Melanie Grayce West
Melanie Grayce West (A.B. government) is a reporter for a national newspaper. In 2005, she married Doug West '98 beneath the portrait of Anabel Taylor in the Founder's Room. She lives in New York City.
Elizabeth Borod Wright
Meagan Ballard Hall
Meagan Ballard Hall lives in the Boston area with her husband, Douglas, and two sons, Griffin (3) and Maximilian (1). Meagan is currently the Assistant Dean at the F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College.
Anne M. Law
Carolina Maharbiz: After graduating from Cornell with a degree in Art History, Carolina earned her JD at Yale Law School. She then practiced law in Miami for several years before returning to New Haven to work at Yale Law School.
Sarah Berger Sandelius