Who are you?

Who are you?

Don’t see your photo or bio on the members page? Please send answers to the questions below as well as a headshot to Mindi Laine and we’ll link it to the members page. We are counting on each of our Circle members to be her own editor so we can get these up

Martha Johnson Beattie ’76 P’07,’09 TUP’15

Martha was named vice president for Alumni Relations in 2011 after a 30-year career as a crew coach, math teacher, and volunteer leader for a range of charities and schools.
She is in the Dartmouth Rowing Hall of Fame and has coached in Boston, Seattle, Montreal and at Dartmouth. She was head coach for the U.S.

Catherine Craighead Briggs ’88

I live in: Los Gatos, California (northern Cali)

My bio in 5 sentences:

After graduating from Dartmouth, I left my east coast roots and moved to Chicago where I worked in brand management for Gatorade for three years. It was there that I met my husband, Gary – we’ve been married twenty-one years and have fraternal twin

Alane Bertsche McNulty ’86

Lanie McNulty is a fine artist with a unique background in business and education and a passion for educating and mentoring children from diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.

As an artist, Lanie is best known as a documentary photographer. Her work includes From the Ashes of Rwanda, which documents life in Rwanda in the aftermath of

Demetra Navab Taleghani ’94

Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2014
AB Dartmouth College

Demetra Navab Taleghani studied English Literature at Dartmouth and became a financial journalist with SmartMoney Magazine in New York after graduating in 1994. She subsequently became Publisher of the Capital Markets Group for Institutional Investor Newsletters. Deme then rejoined SmartMoney and moved to London to open

Elizabeth Mahoney Loughlin ’89 P’17,’18

Ellie has had a career in admissions and school counseling, and has worked for Buckingham Browne and Nichols School as an assistant director of admission for the past seven years. She had previously worked at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, teaching in the counseling track.

Ellie has been volunteering for Dartmouth since graduation in various

Peggy Epstein Tanner ’79 P’11,’16

I live in: New York City

My bio in 2 sentences: After Dartmouth, I worked at Chemical Bank followed by 10 years at Morgan Stanley working in Corporate Finance and Sales and Trading. After the birth of my 2nd of 3 children I have devoted my time to working in the not-for-profit sector serving on the


The Centennial Circle is formed, launching a new era in philanthropy to Dartmouth


Susan Dentzer ’77 is elected the first female Chair of the Board of Trustees


Hallidie Grant ’81 becomes the first female senior class president