Our Wildwood, Winter 2018, Volume 42
c l a s s n o t e s
Madison Fain Rootenberg Schwartz ’07 – Madison lives in Durham, North Carolina. In September 2017, she married Tyler Schwartz in a magical outdoor ceremony at a farm. Madison also co-owns an intentional lifestyle retail store called Everyday Magic. There, she sells crystals, tarot cards, herbs, and other items intended to bring magic to the home and life . in general.
Scott Beckendorf ’06 – Scott received a master’s degree in sports management from California State University, Long Beach, in August 2015. Shortly after, he became the social media and database manager for the Frisco RoughRiders, the Class AA affiliate of Major League Baseball’s Texas Rangers. After working in Dallas for two years, Scott recently took a job working for Michaels at its headquarters in Irving, Texas, as an email marketing specialist. In between all this work activity, he met his wife and got married. Spencer Ferguson ’06 and Ruby Erdmann ’07 – Spencer and Ruby were married in October 2017. They met at Wildwood more than 10 years ago and attended prom together.
Kristen Dorsey ’04 – In November, Kristen was sworn in on the El Segundo Arts and Culture Advisory Committee, where she will work with 10 other committee members to create and promote arts and culture initiatives for the city of El Segundo. She looks forward to giving back to El Segundo, the city she grew up in and where she currently resides. Perri Monkarsh (married name Sun) ’05 – In May 2014, Perri graduated from the Master of Social Work program at USC, and she has spent the past three years working at the Maple Counseling Center in Beverly Hills, gaining specialized training and thousands of hours of clinic work. She is now seeing clients in her private practice in Larchmont Village under the supervision of Sara Kenney, LCSW. Perri works with teens, adults, and couples. Her goal is to work collaboratively with clients and help them take steps to better understand themselves, find relief from distress, find or strengthen relationships, develop awareness and insight, and engage in healthier coping.
Our Wildwood /Winter 2018
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