Christopher Crosher (2001) is a staff engineer with Schafer Corporation in Albuquerque. He was formerly a graduate student and research assistant in the department of chemical and nuclear engineering at the University of New Mexico.
Phil Cullen (1989) passed away on 3 May 2015. He was a senior consultant with Manex, a non-profit NIST affiliate, helping small to mid-sized manufacturers to be more competitive. He had previously worked at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and at Read Write systems. He earned an M.B.A. degree at Santa Clara University in 2008.
Michelle Renée Curtis (2004) is a reliability technician currently on assignment at Keysight Technologies in Santa Rosa.
Antoinette "Toni" Davis [formerly Matthies] (1984) is the executive director of the Activities & Attractions Association of Hawaii, where she directed the creation of Pono Rez, a Central Reservation/Global Distribution system for Hawaii’s activities & attractions. She earned an M.B.A. at the University of Hawaii in 2002.
Greg Davis (1990) is the lab technician in the Chemistry & Physics Department at Santa Rosa Jr. College.
Jon C. Davis (1989) is a capture manager/solution architect at Hewlett Packard Enterprise in the Sacramento area.
Matt Davis (1993) teaches physics at Santa Rosa High School.
Tiffany Davis [formerly Borders] (2004) is a health coach in Emeryville. She worked as a research and instrument analyst at the Space Telescope Science Institute from 2008 to 2013. She earned her M.S. in astronomy at San Diego State University in 2008. Formerly a telescope operator at the Very Large Array of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Socorro, NM, she worked at NRAO and also at the Hubble Space Telescope during summers while a student at SSU. She has been featured on the Hubble website.
Dakota Decker (2008) is the chief technology officer of GeoOrbital in the Boston area. His company produces an electric bicycle wheel that has attracted some attention. He formerly worked in the propulsion department at SpaceX in Hawthorne, CA. He earned an M.S. in mechanical engineering at UCLA in 2009.
Susan Milligan DeFelice (1998) is an estate and trust manager with Lifetime Advocacy Plus in Seattle.