Where Are Our Students Now?

Adolfo Duarte (1997) is a senior software engineer with SUSE in the Sacramento area. He formerly worked for Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company.

Michael Duncan (2009) is a hazardous materials specialist for the Contra Costa County Health Services Hazardius Materials Programs. He earned an M.S. in physics at California State University, Fresno in 2012. He did research in experimental particle physics at CERN.

Alan Duquette (1993) is a quality supervisor at Amy’s Kitchen in Santa Rosa. He was formerly the quality manager at Dynatex International, a manufacturer of semiconductor equipment and materials in Santa Rosa.

Adam Dye (2009) is a mathematician at Grand Vision Gaming in Reno, NV.

Douglas Epperson (1988) teaches physics, astronomy, and other science courses at West Valley College in Saratoga. He was formerly a lecturer in physics at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. He earned his Ph.D. in physics at the University of California, Santa Cruz, in 2001 after doing research at the HERA accelerator in Hamburg, Germany. He earned his master’s degree in physics at San Francisco State University.

Lance Erickson (1980) is a professor emeritus of applied aviation sciences at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. He earned his Ph.D. in astronomy at the University of Florida in 1987.

Christopher Espenlaub (1986) retired in 2009 after 33 years as a psychiatric technician at the Sonoma Developmental Center.

Crystal Ewen (2012) is a software engineer at Raytheon in Arizona. She earned a master's degree in applied physics at Northern Arizona University in 2014.

Jim Eyer (1983) is a part time senior analyst with Distributed Utility Associates in Livermore. He is also a consulting analyst with the California Energy Storage Alliance (CESA) in Berkeley. Jim is also principal of his own consulting firm, E&I Consulting, in Oakland. He provides consulting services involving benefits, markets, applications and R&D related to 1) electrical generation fueled by renewable energy and 2) distributed energy resources (DERs) including distributed electrical generation and storage. A three-time candidate for Congress, he earned a B.A. with a double major in physics and management and he earned an M.A. in management at SSU.

Jarod Fahle (2012) is an audio software quality assurance engineer at Amazon Lab 126. He previously worked at Knowles Intelligent Audio in Mountain View and SGS in Lenexa, KS.