Alumni Blog Listing

Our alumni are thoughtful and creative, and they love to speak their minds. Some of them have created blogs to share their insights with the world. Below is a partial listing of alumni blogs. If you would like to be included, please contact us and be sure to give us your name, class year, blog title and URL. Please note, the University and Alumni Association do not control any of the content in the following blogs. 

Stacey (Agin) Murray '89 is a professional organizer, and her blog Organized Artistry is a compilation of cool products reviews, 'gotta-tell-a-friend' tips, and a 'whole lotta' organizing know-how.

Joseph R Alila, PhD '99, has made a career as a chemist, but found a calling as an author. Since 2007, he has published 11 novels and two epic poems. His themes are influenced by struggles with spirituality, marriage, adjusting to diverse cultures and his world travels.

Frances Andreu '11, also known as Fancy Chang, reviews books at Fancy Reads!

Marcia Naomi (Fisch) Berger '66 is on a mission to help people create the marriage they've always wanted - one that fosters the growth and vitality of both partners. She's the author of Marriage Meetings for Lasting Love: 30 Minutes a Week to the Relationship You've Always Wanted (New World Library, 2014).

Erica Bohrer '00 blogs at Erica Bohrer's First Grade; she teaches first grade on Long Island, and loves to do "freelance" teacher work (creating products to sell online, writing for Scholastic, and teaching courses).

Matthew Coleman '11, publishes The Music Court, an eclectic music blog that focuses on new band reviews, 60's music, and a diverse assortment of other music-related topics.

Amy Durant '96 blogs at Lucy's Football, sharing a little bit of everything - current events, theater, books, entertainment, snark, what's going on in her life, humor and open letters.

Tara F. Hall '98 writes in the genres of nonfiction, horror, suspense, erotica, and contemporary and historical paranormal romance. She also blogs about writing.

Adam Gilbert ’05 runs an online coaching service that helps people of all ages, sizes and shapes stick to their diet and exercise plans.

Marc Glazer '83, founder, president and CEO of Business Financial Services in the U.S. and Boost Capital in the UK, helps provide growth capital to established businesses via business loans.

Lee Jacobs '85, president of Lescoja Corp. and developer of the Matte For Men skincare line, has launched Startup Warfare, a website for sharing the lessons he has learned from creating a business.

Debbie Koenig '87 is a writer specializing in food and parenting. She has a new cookbook, Parents Need to Eat Too, and a blog with recipes and resources.

Jason Lasky '06, a playwright, actor, director and teacher, publishes the blog Disquiet Interrupted. He is co-founder of Shanghai’s 5th Wall Theater and Lasky Productions, a performance company dedicated to international collaborations.

Edgar Levy '84 documents the work he has performed on musical instruments for himself and others over the years at These Old Guitars.

Matt Mendelsohn ’85 is a photojournalist, portrait photographer and writer. He tells stories with photos and writes about the stories behind the photos.

Jennifer Miller '89, MBA '91 publishes the blog Creating Career Success, which offers a flexible plan for the world of work.

Kwame (Patrick) Marfo '03 urges those who care about Africa to visit his blog and share ideas on how to deal with Africa's great challenges — harnessing its human, financial, physical, social and natural resources — in ways that let the continent realize its potential.

Mike Rickicki '00, MA '02, director of operations for Rvinyl Performance, a tint and auto accessories business, is the writer and editor of the Rvinyl Aftermarket Blog.

Jane Rosales '09 writes about the New York City running and fitness scene at RunTheJungle.com: Taking on NYC One Run at a Time. The blog started in 2013 as a way for Jane to document her training for her first marathon.

Robyn (Spodek) Schindler '03 has been working with children for nearly a decade and blogs about issues concerning children and teens. Her business, Paint the Stars Art Therapy, offers a creative approach to psychotherapy for children.

Seth Segall '69 publishes the blog The Existential Buddhist, which contains essays on Buddhist philosophy, ethics, psychology, art, meditation and social activism.

Gary Shapiro '77 answers the question "should we be optimistic about the future of innovation in America?"

Steven Tenenbaum '75 publishes the blog Memory Carriers: A Holocaust Legacy; it is an ongoing culmination of his life and collective memory as a child of Holocaust survivors.

David Treichler '69, MBA '84, EdD '00 has published 15 novels and documents his travels on the blog Global Vino Snob.

Kenneth Wolman, PhD '76 writes The Awful Rowing Toward God, a blog of miscellaneous essays and thoughts about whatever is on his mind, and The Chronic Chronicles, a blog of reflections about chronic illness, both physical and mental.