Williams Announces New Administrative Appointments

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass., March 19, 2001 — Williams College has announced the following administrative appointments:

Amy Costa as sports medicine intern. She comes to Williams from Bridgewater State College.

Lisa Dorin as curatorial assistant at the Williams College Museum of Art. She has been a curatorial intern at MASS MoCA.

Julie Dykstra as assistant provost and research analyst. She was with Bear, Stearns & Co. Inc. as vice president for Latin American equity research.

Jennifer Grow as assistant editor, Alumni Review. She was formerly editor of Darby O’Brien Advertising, Inc.’s in-house trends report.

David Lamarre as assistant unit manager, dining services. He has been chef at Buxton School and Mount Holyoke College.

Louise Mackey as public relations coordinator at the Williams College Museum of Art. She previously was writer/editor at Rotary International.

Andrew McKenzie as assistant football coach and athletics intern. Before coming to Williams, he coached football at Northeastern University.

Stephen Mischissin as director of operations, buildings and grounds. He comes to Williams from Stanford University, where he was associate director of facilities operations.

Mary Prior as manager, Faculty House and Alumni Center. She had been manager at Jiminy Peak.

Jennifer Small as senior development officer, alumni development. She was formerly director of development at the Emma Willard School in Troy, New York.

Karen Theiling as mental health counselor, health services. She is a clinician at Northern Berkshire Mental Health Agency.

Tracey Tidgewell as development officer, planned giving. She comes to Williams from Washington D.C., where she was litigation associate at Troutman Sanders LLP.

Barbara Walsh as postdoctoral research fellow in biology. She completed her Ph.D. at University of California at Davis, and did postdoctoral research at University of Washington before coming to Williams.

Brian Wilson, who graduated from the University of Virginia, as athletics intern.

Judith Win as psychologist, health services. She was formerly director of counseling services at Simon’s Rock College of Bard.

Catherine Yamamoto as development officer, alumni fund. Before coming to Williams, she was director of development at Edith Wharton Restoration, Inc., in Lenox, Mass.

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