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Alumni interviews as featured in the monthly News from Simon’s Rock.

Adam Miller ’97
MAY 2022 — Adam is an independent carpenter, consultant, and editor specializing in timber and log framing. He researches, publishes, teaches, and presents on this subject and has a particular interest in l'art du trait, the stereotomical drawing tradition of the French compagnon carpenters.

Tom Coote ’86
APRIL 2022 — Tom is Coordinator of Sustainability Programming and Visiting Faculty in Environmental Science at Simon’s Rock. He runs the Tropical Ecology and Sustainability program in Montserrat, and is the director of the Berkshire Environmental Research Center based on the Simon’s Rock campus.

Glenn Peacock ’83
MARCH 2022 — Glenn received his AA from Simon’s Rock and went on to attend the University of California Santa Cruz for his BA.

Maneesh Modi ’94
FEBRUARY 2022 — Maneesh received his AA from Simon’s Rock in 1996. He earned a BS in Economics from Duke University and an MBA from Harvard.

Anne Thalheimer ’91
DECEMBER 2021 — Anne has a BA from Simon’s Rock in Literary Studies. She holds an MA and PhD in English from the University of Delaware. Based in Western Massachusetts, she is an educator, artist, and activist supporting survivors of gun violence.

Erik Elbieh ’10
OCTOBER 2021 — Erik is a cybersecurity researcher and consultant with Palindrome Technologies, a small New York City-area company.

Mary Baine Campbell ’71
NOVEMBER 2021 — Mary is a poet, climate activist and Professor Emerita of English in Medieval and Renaissance Studies at Brandeis University.

Jamieson Webster ’96
SEPTEMBER 2021 — Jamieson is a psychoanalyst and writer. She works in private practice and teaches at The New School, Princeton, and City University of New York. She has written for the Guardian, Playboy, the Huffington Post, the New York Times, and many psychoanalytic publications.

David Segil ’00
AUGUST 2021 — David is a Financial Advisor for Westpoint Financial Group. He lives with his wife, Heather, in Chicago.

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