Honduras, Micronesia, Philippines, Western Samoa
By JoAnna Haugen on Monday, July 16th, 2007
Rock climber Amy Reynolds (90-92) and her sister Polly are the creators of Climb On!, a line of natural skin-care products. The sisters currently sell three products: a cream for cyclists which prevents chafing, a bar form used by rock climbers to soothe roughed-up hands and a lip balm. Though primarily used by athletes, Climb On! products are also popular among people with eczema and psoriasis. In addition to providing products made completely with natural ingredients, the sisters educate people on the importance of using only pure ingredients in skin-care products.
Cumulus Broadcasting recently hired Tyler Stumpf as an account executive. The company owns and operates FM and AM radio stations that serve mid-size markets throughout the United States. In addition, Cumulus Broadcasting owns and operates a multi-market network of five radio stations in the English-speaking Caribbean. A native of Bismarck, Stumpf is a graduate of North Dakota State University.
Dina Brewster is the manager of The Hickories, a working farm in Ridgefield, Conn., that relies on community members for success. Community-supported agriculture, a system where those who help grow the produce also buy it, helps The Hickories succeed. Local volunteers are also essential to the farm’s success. Brewster graduated from Yale University in 1998 and was an English teacher in the Bronx before taking on her position at The Hickories.
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton recently hired Yaw-Jiun (Gene) Wu (98-00) to work at the Los Angeles law firm. In 2003, Wu earned his law degree from University of California-Berkeley and was admitted to the California State Bar. He has professional experience in real estate, reinsurance and patent litigation.