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GW Alumnus Brings Light into Darkness

GW Alumnus Brings Light into Darkness

As a child growing up in Washington, D.C., Antwanye Ford, SEAS BS ’87, GWSB MS ’93, learned that a single individual could have a significant impact on the world around him. His parents owned a small upholstery shop in the U Street Corridor, where Antwanye worked after school. Living, working, and contributing to his community

GWSB Alumna Celebrates 40 Years in Finance

“When I first entered the financial services business,” says Jeanie Knigin, GWSB MBA ’83 and Morgan Stanley financial advisor, “I really stood out – women were extremely rare. Now it’s very common.” This year, Jeanie celebrates 40 years of working in finance, the past 30+ of which have been spent in New York. Jeanie graduated

Frances Eizenstat, GWSB MA ’89

Frances Eizenstat, GWSB MA ’89, passed away on Feb. 17 at a Miami hospital. She was 68. Eizenstat worked on initiatives to strengthen low-income families and improve the lives of children, and had leadership roles with several Jewish foundations and charitable groups. After moving to Washington in 1977, when her husband joined the White House

Adam Mitchell Beloff, ESIA BA ’86

Adam Mitchell Beloff, ESIA BA ’86, of Philadelphia, PA, passed away on December 1, 2012 at the age of 48. Raised in Ventnor, NJ, Beloff graduated fromAtlantic City High School, received a BA in public affairs from GW, and attended Catholic University and St. Louis University as part of his continuing education abroad in Spain. After

Carl Lounsbury, CCAS MA ’77, PhD ’83

Carl Lounsbury, CCAS MA ’77, PhD ’83, recently had two book projects published: a collection of his papers entitled Essays in Early American Architectural History, and Bruton Parish Church: An Architectural History, which honors the three-hundred-year anniversary of the present church in Williamsburg. Lounsbury teaches a summer architectural field school course in the College of

Steven L. Frick, CCAS BS ’87

Steven L. Frick, CCAS BS ’87, a GW basketball standout and member of the University’s Athletic Hall of Fame, has been named chair of the department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Nemours Children’s Hospital in Orlando, Fla.  Until recently, he and his wife Lisa Frick, CCAS BA ’85, resided in Charlotte, N.C. with their two children, Eric and Rachel. Dr. Frick

David Abrams, GWSB DBA ’87

David Abrams, GWSB DBA ’87, opened a new law office in Lake Mary, Fla., serving Central Florida in aviation, bankruptcy, commercial, corporate, computer & internet, copyright and trademark, family, and real estate law. Abrams is licensed to practice law in California, Florida, and Maryland.

Douglas F. Schneiderman, GWSB MBA ’86

Douglas F. Schneiderman, GWSB MBA ’86, a partner in his family’s Washington area real estate development company, Madison Homes, passed away July 29. Douglas Foster Schneiderman was a native of Queens and a 1983 community development graduate of the University of New Hampshire. He joined the now-defunct Milton Co., started by his father, in the