1991-2000

1991
Total Giving $6,450
Class Participation 13%

Maria-JoAnna Ahn  6
David Bard  16
Christopher Carrano  8
Chi Chan  15
Hi Sun Cho  11
Allen Deur  1
Lisa Gee  2
Pamela Gillman  15
Gavin Gong  13
Akeo Ihara  9
Daphne Joachim  18
Wendy Lee  17
Eli Mayerfeld  9
Douglas Mickity  16
Laura Mircik-Sellers  8
Ben Ohtsu  18
Daniella Olibrice  5
Joseph Orchowski, M.D.  9
Gina Pollara  7
Dina Radeka Lyons  7
Irena Rappaport  15
Ju-Young Suh  3
Thomas Witelski  10

1992
Total Giving $11,356
Class Participation 12%

Sarah Bedford  15
Arun Bheemarao  5
Meivile Chen  7
Anna Colangelo  8
Theodore Dezvane  17
Christian Dickson  3
Adam Egelberg  17
Sari Eskildsen  16
Gerald Fioriti  16
Myles German  12
Ian Kremenic  15
Philip Kuhl, Ph.D.  2
David Lee  11
Phillip Li  15
Scott Lyne  6
Gail Mitchell  9
Francis Montgomery  13
Peter Mullaney  6
Michael Raikher  11
Yashodhan Risbud  16
Charles Robertson  16
Philip Trahanas  7
Thomas Velleca, PE  9

1993
Total Giving $12,400
Class Participation 14%

Julia Ai  7
Jason Banfelder  9
Rubina Bard  11
Nicolas Brunetti  12
Robert Canestra, Jr.  1
Frank Cantelmi  6
Steven Caruso  7
Derek Costas  9
Sumeet Datt  8
Maria Dikeakos  11
Alon Dominitz, PE  8
Yvette Francis  11
Harry Gaveras  2
Maxim Karasik  2
Jacqueline Kelly  4
William Kelly, Jr.  3
Robert Marano  6
Gwen Miller-Tapogna  5
Meirav Moran-Hoffman  2
Kevin Powderly  10
Sarah Rossiter  1
Domenico Savatta  11
John Shen  7
Douglas Stoffa  7
Paul Tapogna  5
Jason Tyll, Ph.D.  11
Miriam Vidal  16
Floriza Witzke  13

1994
Total Giving $4,770
Class Participation 9%

Monica Arboleda-Pena  12
James Banks  8
John Barrera, P.E.  12
Richard Benini  5
Joseph Casaceli  7
David Cheung  1
Wan-Bor Chiu  9
Athena DeNivo  7
Larry Hausman, P. E.  6
June Jung  5
Amit Lahav  6
Anthony Lomma, PE  9
Kathleen McInerney  7
Stuart Ng  2
Catherine Nordenson  8
Joanne Pesce  12
Dara Schaefer  5
Damon Schenck  9
Dowlatram Somrah, PE  9
Henry Villadiego  12
Vishal Vipul  4
Ellen Young  4

1995
Total Giving $12,786
Class Participation 17%

Eddie Adams  3
Samantha Baker  6
Michael Bartolone  4
Cliff Bollmann  5
Christopher Borello  6
Mariam Cantelmi  6
David Cantor  4
Kevin Chang  4
Jennifer Crupi  7
Troy Custodio  8
Theresa Dooley-Bollmann  7
Chenggong Fan  7
Andrew Fanning  6
Amoz Gol  7
Shahar Harel  1
Jackson Ho  10
Hemangi Joshi-Deodhar  13
Anne Kim  5
Eugene Kim  9
Craig Krasinski  4
Ming Lai  1
Patrick Lee  12
Christian Luis  7
Peter Maksymuk IV  9
Melanie Mauro  1
Raymond McGarvey  4
Christine Moh  11
Richard Newton, Jr.  15
Amy Nowacki, AIA  12
Anik Pearson  6
Andre Pennycooke  2
Peter Quilty  9
Stephanie Reyer  3
David Sanchez  8
James Scire, Jr.  6
Mingzhou Sun  4
Kimsu Theiler  2
Roong Uabhaibool  7
Nathaniel Worden  10
Ho   Yung  1

1996
Total Giving $11,620
Class Participation 13%

Omodara Adonai  1
Reid Betz  11
Enid Blader  7
Patricia Chael  4
Lana Chan  3
Ying Chen  10
Thomas Cho  7
Erik DePaula, Esq.  12
Janice DePaula  7
Aimee Ellingsen  13
Nicholas Enright  9
Adriana Farmiga  1
John Gleason  2
Armando Gomezplata  10
Lester Jenkins, Jr.  10
Jennifer Kann  14
Steven Kann  14
Goon Koch  11
Terence Lam  10
Michael Levak  13
Kora Manheimer  4
Stephen Mullins  10
Bethany Nagy  2
Jonathan Pera  10
James Pyun, P.E.  11
Christopher Raup  13
Ilia Solovey  12
Shannon Spence  8
Gunnar Tamm, Ph.D.  13
Peter Tomopoulos  14
Adam Wertheimer  13

1997
Total Giving $9,698
Class Participation 11%

Erich Arcement  1
Matthew Barboni  8
Susana Chang  4
John Chen  4
Jill Ciotti  11
Jonathan Cohen  1
Marc Colello  7
Paul Deppe  8
Michael Doubovis  4
Beth Fabinsky  5
Kenneth Francis  5
Eric Fung  12
Michael Gabriel  8
Alec Gellman  13
Charles Krekelberg  15
Stephen Leibman  11
David Levine  8
Yvette Li  3
Jon Maass  9
Kate MacArevey-Colello  7
Mariss Mednis  11
Diego Pena  9
Karen Sandler, Esq.  9
Taylor Sherman  9
Diane Toy  11

1998
Total Giving $7,547
Class Participation 10%

Tom Abraham  2
Paul Birnbaum  5
Michael Dominelli  10
Sandra Donner  5
Joseph Fedullo  9
Erinn Fitzgerald Wenrich, RA  8
Robert Forstner, P.E.  10
Sara Haskins  10
Eubin Kim  4
Jena Kim  5
Michelle Krochmal, RA  1
Aimee Lopez  1
Omar Moustafa  7
Efrem Orgel  7
Andrew Schauer  2
Raymund Vargas  4
Sanjeevanee Vidwans  11
Yueyue Wenren  4
Bryan White  9
Xingzi Xu, CMA  1
Felicia Zusman  8

1999
Total Giving $16,683
Class Participation 16%

Mary Alestra, Esq.  7
Yuri Birchwood-Fuentes  1
Simcha Blaustein  2
Joseph Bush  6
Rocco Cetera, PE  8
David Chen  4
Jack Chen  6
Heung-Heung Chin  7
Wesley Chung  5
Pierce Cleary  8
Elizabeth Colore  1
Mayer Crystal  9
Xenia Diente  4
Edward Ferara  3
James Gaughan  2
Julie Gaughan  2
Gerard Gay  3
Douglas Henderson  1
Brad Herman  6
William Hernandez  5
Philip Hollander  9
Abraham Kinney  7
Isaac Levy  9
Ismini Miliaresis  9
Joseph Nahmias  6
Nadia Pervez  6
Otto Petersen  1
Angel Sampaga  9
Akiva Sklar  2
Theo Stewart-Stand  5
Karina Tipton, P.E.  5
Kate Wright  2

2000
Total Giving $7,238
Class Participation 12%

Marco Alves  5
Susan Barber  2
Lisa Cahoon-Cleary  2
Kerry Carnahan  2
Meredith Carr  6
Wayne Chen  3
Monica Chorzewski Guarini, P.E.  8
James Cole  7
Andrew Dieckman  6
Kenneth Feldhamer  7
Matthew Foster  6
Mark Francisco  5
John Hartmann  3
Leslie Hewitt  1
Michael Horowitz  5
Mei Jia  3
You-Me Lim  1
Noradilia Mora  3
Joseph Plastina  5
Malini Ramanarayanan  5
Diana Rea, Esq.  7
Sheila Sorokin  5
Peter Wohlsen  1
Man Yiu  9

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