Class of 1995

1994 was a roller coaster year. Record-breaking movies were released. Five young adults frequented a New York coffee shop. A figure skater was attacked and the most highly publicized criminal trial began. The first black president is elected in South Africa, while two internet giants were created. And the Class of 1994 crossed the finish line with their new Booth degrees!

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Celebrate Your 25-Year Reunion

In 1994, The Lion King, Pulp Fiction, and Forest Gump were released into theaters. Friends premiered on primetime and warmed the hearts of America. The OJ Simpson trial began, and Nancy Kerrigan, Olympic skater, was attacked after practice. Nelson Mandela becomes the first black president of South Africa, and Yahoo! and Amazon take the internet world by storm.

Reconnect 2019

May 2–4, 2019

Chicago, Illinois

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To see the full list of all Reconnect attendees, please visit our Why Attend page.

The list below reflects only those registrants who opted in to share their names on the website.   If you have registered and do not see your name listed, please contact to be opted in.   The list is updated weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

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Joanna (Anagnos) Brinckerhoff 1994 Full Time
Claire (Baldikoski) Koeneman 1994 Full Time Bully Pulpit Interactive
Corinne (Brogan) Fern 1994 Full Time 1792 Wealth Advisors
Julie (Estes) Plank 1994 Full Time
Margot (Kahn) Rosenbaum 1994 Full Time
Clare (Kelly) Metcalf 1994 Full Time Russell Reynolds
Libby (McCarten) Andrews 1994 Evening/Weekend @properties
Dawn (Pickett) Leijon 1994 Full Time Virginia Tech
Lissie (Rappaport) Rappaport Schifman 1994 Full Time Green Intention
Manish Aurora 1994 Full Time Rational Investing
Michael Barton 1994 Full Time Michael Barton Consulting
Tim Bass 1994 Full Time Hickory CRE Capital
Larry Berlin 1994 Full Time First Analysis
Jonathan Berry 1994 Full Time Morgan Stanley
Rajvi Berry 1994 Full Time Morgan Stanley
Dennis Bianucci 1994 Full Time Community Funded
Steven Bobowicz 1994 Evening/Weekend Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
Doug Bradley 1994 Full Time Dwight School
Stephen Calk 1994 Full Time Alpha IR Group
Laura Crosby 1994 Full Time Cargill
David Daigle 1994 Full Time Capital Group
Andreas Deutschmann 1994 Full Time Risk Werks
Gino DiGregorio 1994 Evening/Weekend Accenture
Andrew Drake 1994 Full Time Celsius Mobility
Elizabeth Foster 1994 Full Time Kilkenny Capital Management
Joseph Gold 1994 Full Time
Carole Harris 1994 Full Time Sonoma Clean Power
Meredith Hein 1994 Full Time Walgreens
Jim Hofmockel 1994 Full Time Hofmockel Investments
Mike Jakob 1994 Full Time Digital Golf Technologies
James Janoskey 1994 Full Time JP Morgan
Rina Jha 1994 Full Time BNP Paribas Asset Management
Raj Kapadia 1994 Full Time JPMorgan
Larry Kramer 1994 Evening/Weekend York.
Harish Krishnamurthy 1994 Full Time TechMileage Software Solutions
Tom Kurey 1994 Full Time Clearwater Advisors
Amy Levine 1994 Full Time Shenkman Capital Management
Kristine Mackey 1994 Full Time Midwest Jesuits
Paul Manos 1994 Full Time RBC Capital Markets
Lex Maultsby 1994 Full Time Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Scott Metcalf 1994 Full Time University of Chicago
Timi Mohanty 1994 Full Time Mohanty Gargiulo
Stephen Nied 1994 Full Time
John Nikolich 1994 Full Time LSC Development
Jerry O'Brien 1994 Full Time O'Brien-Staley Partners
Michele Packard 1994 Evening/Weekend
Matthew Park 1994 Full Time Main Event Entertainment
Daniel Paul 1994 Full Time ConocoPhillips
David Pelleg 1994 Full Time Kent State University
Andrée PInard 1994 Full Time Cogeco
Steve Plank 1994 Full Time Espalier Global
Daniel Posner 1994 Full Time Alliance Bernstein
Chad Richard 1994 Full Time
Amanda Rutledge 1994 Full Time
Keith Sedwick 1994 Full Time Planet One Products
Jonathan Seed 1994 Full Time Seed Wealth Management
Mark Seltzer 1994 Full Time Claire's Stores
Marc Shiffman 1994 Full Time SMS Assist
Philip Smith 1994 Full Time Investor RelationsScotiabank
Joe Stark 1994 Full Time DW Partners
Michael Stewart 1994 Full Time BBVA Compass
Don Stroberg 1994 Full Time Ligado Networks
Magesvaran Suranjan 1994 Full Time Procter & Gamble
Thomas Teles 1994 Full Time
Sukumar Thanawala 1994 Full Time
Greg Thorson 1994 Full Time Bottle Rocket - Ogilvy
Leon Walker 1994 Full Time DL3 Realty
Andrew Watt 1994 Full Time TD Bank
Bassam Yammine 1994 Full Time Excelsa Development Holdings
robert zabors 1994 Full Time Enovation Partners

Thursday, May 2

Reunion Happy Hour
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Gleacher Center, Room 621
Start off Reconnect Weekend by celebrating with your friends, classmates, and Booth alumni from across the generations.



Friday, May 3

Alumnae and Student Breakfast
9:30 – 11:00 a.m.
Gleacher Center, Room 621
Booth women (alumnae and students) are invited to a fun speed networking event.

Management Conference
11:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Fairmont Hotel and Gleacher Center
For over 60 years, Management Conference has shaped the theory and practice of business.

Class Reception
Osteria Via Stato
620 N. State Street
Chicago, IL 60654
7:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Details: The Class of 1994 band, The Lounge Cox, will be performing at the reception at 9:00 p.m. Guests will be able to dance the night away until midnight, with a cash bar starting at 10:00 p.m.



Saturday, May 4

Back to Booth Sessions
11:00 a.m.– noon
Charles M. Harper Center
Get back in touch with Booth’s renowned spirit of inquiry and analysis with esteemed faculty. The Class of 1994 reunion committee is inviting you to join them for Nick Epley’s session “Designing a Good Life.”  Back to Booth is supported by the Fred G. Steingraber / A.T. Kearney Endowment. The endowment supports lifelong learning among Chicago Booth alumni.

Homecoming BBQ
Noon – 4:00 p.m.
Charles M. Harper Center
Celebrate a reunion-wide barbecue. This event is family friendly and open to only reunion alumni and their guests.


Lounge Cox Gig
9:00 p.m. - Midnight
Bottom Lounge
1375 W. Lake Street
Chicago, IL 60607



Larry Berlin
Rajvi Berry
Dennis Bianucci
Doug Bradley
David Daigle, Gift Co-Chair
Robert Jurkiewicz
Pat Kirtland
Amy Levine
Clare Metcalf
Scott Metcalf
Jamil Nazarali
Jerry O’Brien, Gift Co-Chair
Tom Otterbein
David Pelleg 
Juan Calle Restrepo
Philip Smith 
Chris Sztam


From Challenging Courses to Carefree Cubs Games
Amy Levine, ’94

­­­­I will always have fond memories of my time at Booth. I still recall hearing “Sweet Home Chicago” during orientation and the feeling that we were all part of this community and about to start something very special together. This turned out to be even truer than I had thought. Our class was about 20 percent female and it was a great experience to meet so many other women with similar interests and ambition. To this day some of them are among my closest friends.

Looking back, Booth was a great fit for me and I really enjoyed the rigor of the program and interaction with the other students. My favorite class was taught by Professor Kaplan. I enjoyed the coursework and the case studies but particularly liked that he used to memorize everyone’s picture before the first day of class – an unbelievable feat.

It all came full circle when we were finishing our second year and went to a Cubs game in the afternoon. We all had our jobs lined up and got to spend a fun afternoon at Wrigley Field excited about starting the next phases of our lives.

I was back a few years ago for the 20th reunion and it was great to spend some quality time with everyone and see what they were up to. I’m always impressed with the range of interesting careers my friends from business school have pursued, and am looking forward to seeing and catching up with everyone at the 25th!

Amy Levine is senior vice president and senior risk officer of Shenkman Capital Management, Inc. in New York, New York.

Jazz, Blues, and Board Games
Rajvi Berry, ‘94

I really didn't know what I was going to get when I came to school, but honestly, every aspect of Chicago Booth was definitely the best two years of my life, even now; it was absolutely life changing from the personal growth and exposure, to the creation of friendships.

We were all so busy while in school, but it felt like we knew everyone in some way, shape, or form. We’d get together weekly for dinners and drinks—I remember a lot of us living in Lincoln Park—or we’d just be sitting outside on a bench playing dominos or backgammon. A bunch of us coordinated a big trip to New Orleans for the Jazz & Heritage Festival. Someone rented a van and picked each person up. I remember having a final the day we were leaving, so I was the last person to in the van. We literally drove from my final down to Louisiana.

I went to the 20th reunion and it was great to see everyone. It felt like we could pick up right where we left off. Our Friday night class dinner was really nicely done. Our classmates who are in a band played, and I know they’re playing again this year. I thought the faculty lectures on Saturday were fantastic, too, and a big group of us went out to a Blues place after the last event to spend more time together. We all enjoyed the weekend very much and I’m looking forward to another great one.

Rajvi Berry is a financial advisor at Morgan Stanley in San Francisco, California.


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