Tag Archives: MC1999

JNEWS: Pompey, Aliann (MC1999) has an Invitational



Momentum grows for Pompey track meet
Lois Elfman | 7/13/2017, 9:43 a.m.

  • In her job as the sprints and hurdles coach at St. John’s University, Aliann Pompey shares her knowledge of track …

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In her job as the sprints and hurdles coach at St. John’s University, Aliann Pompey shares her knowledge of track honed over the course of a long and successful career that included four trips to the Olympics. Always one to give back, since retiring from competition after mthe 2012 Olympic Games, Pompey has also stepped up her efforts to enhance track programs in her native Guyana.

This Saturday marks the second Aliann Pompey Invitational, an international track meet held in Georgetown, Guyana. The quality of the field is strong, with athletes from 19 countries. Expected athletes include U.S. triple jumper Donald Scott, sprinter Kim Collins from St. Kitts and Nevis, young Guyanese sprinter Brenessa Thompson and sprinter Ashley Kelly from the British Virgin Islands. Eleven athletes at last summer’s meet went on to compete at the Olympics in Rio.

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Pompey, Aliann (MC1999)

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JFOUND: Botta, Brigitte Marie Nahas [MC1999] Attorney in New City, NY



Botta, Brigitte Marie Nahas [MC1999]
Attorney in New City, NY

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JNEWS: Meagher, Chris [MC1999] MCHA Board of Trustee



MCHA holds 118th annual meeting, elects four new board members
February 22, 2017 123

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RED BANK — The Monmouth County Historical Association (MCHS) held its 118th annual meeting where four new Board of Trustees members were elected.

The four new members who will join the MCHA Board of Trustees are Vera Vaughan Hough, Sandy Jones, Chris Meagher and Sean Moran.

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Meagher is a Middletown native, but currently resides with his family in Rumson. He is a graduate of Christian Brothers Academy and Manhattan College. Meagher currently works as director of Equity Sales at the New York Office of SunTrust Robinson Humphrey.

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Meagher, Chris [MC????]

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Dear John,

                I believe that Chris is a member of the Class of 1999.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Meagher, Chris [MC1999]

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JNEWS: Muniz, Luis [MC1999] is a lucky man



Valentine’s Special: Local couples on life and love, by Emily Kluver
February 13, 2017 2:29 am by gbrook@pipeline.com

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Lizzette & Luis

2017 02Feb 13 Luis and Lizzette pic

Lizzette Muniz, an attorney and President of the Brooklyn Bridge Rotary Club, and her husband, Luis, a Nuclear Medicine Technologist, have been married for 15 years, together for 20, and friends for 25.

Sitting in D’Amico Coffee, the dynamic duo thought back to the early days of their relationship. They had become friends back while attending Cardinal Spellman High School in the Bronx.

After high school, she went to Fordham and he attended Manhattan College. Of the time, Luis says simply, “We stayed behind and stayed in touch.” Expanding, Lizzette notes that they “were some of the few commuters from our group.”

Naturally, they grew closer, but they didn’t start dating right away. Lizzette recalls that it was while she watched Luis give a toast as the best man at a wedding that she began to see him in a different light.

“I realized how charming he was,” she explains.

The rest, as they say, is history. Luis proposed to Lizzette while they were vacationing in Mexico.

Teasingly, Luis points out that the first thing she said when he proposed was, “You didn’t get a haircut.”

“I didn’t want to remember that,” Lizzette replies sheepishly.

Eight years ago, their relationship hit another major milestone when the couple welcomed their daughter, Lila, into the world.

How did having a child change their lifestyle?

“[It changed] everything,” Luis replies without missing a beat.

“How didn’t it change?” Lizzette adds, laughing. “After having a baby, we realized we were never going anywhere ever again.”

But despite the changes to their lifestyle, Lizzette and Luis have remained strong as a couple and a family.

How do they make relationships look easy?

“Don’t go to bed angry,” Luis advises. Lizzette thinks for a moment, “And keep your fights between yourselves. You’ll forgive each other, but others might not forgive and forget so easily.”

As for relationship role models, Lizzette and Luis haven’t really had any. They smile at the idea and Luis shakes his head, “No, no one”.

“Recently, Barack and Michelle,” Lizzette notes with tones of admiration

In the end, what matters the most to this dynamic couple is their friendship.

Lizzette explains that the other day on Facebook, she read a post asking people to come up with the name of someone they would most like to sit next to on a park bench for two hours, just talking.

“I thought it was so easy—Luis.” Lizzette explains.

Then, after reading other people’s responses of important historical figures like Abraham Lincoln and Mahatma Gandhi, Lizzette says she thought for a moment about whether she should have chosen someone famous and dead.

“I’d still choose Luis,” she says without hesitation. “I think it’s good I can spend time with someone I want to be with more than anyone else.”

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Muniz, Luis [MC????]

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Dear John,

              I believe that Luis is a member of the Class of 1999.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Muniz, Luis [MC1999]

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JFACEBOOK: Pompey, Aliann (MC1999) on coaching in Rio




Aliann Pompey with Simone Morris and 18 others.20 hrs · News 12 The Bronx · 

I cannot say enough what an honour is it to share the 2016 Olympic Games with Guyana’s six athletes. Five are here for the first time and one will go out with a bang. Congrats to Jamila Sanmoogan and Hannibal Gaskin. Best of luck to Aliyah Abrams, Troy Doris, Winston George and Brenessa Thompson. One People. One Nation. One Destiny.

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JNEWS: Pompey, Aliann (MC1999) coaching in Rio



Olympian, Manhattan College alum to coach runners in Rio
August 2, 2016 5:37 PM

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THE BRONX – Even though Manhattan College alum Aliann Pompey won’t be competing in this year’s Olympic games, she is still heading to Rio.

Pompey reached the Olympics four times, running the 400-meter race for her native Guyana. She reached the semi-finals twice.

Now retired, Pompey coaches at St. John’s University, and will head to Rio to help guide the next generation of Guyanese runners through their first games.

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Pompey, Aliann (MC1999)

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JNEWS: Flores, Will I. [MC1999] VP Transportation & Infrastructure STV JNEWS:



Experienced Project Executive to Help Lead STV’s Transportation & Infrastructure Division
Source: STV Group Inc. May 5, 2016

Will I. Flores, an experienced project executive who has overseen the development of a number of transportation initiatives in the New York metropolitan area, has joined STV as a vice president in its Transportation & Infrastructure (T&I) Division. He will be based in New York and report directly to Richard Amodei, STV senior vice president and head of the division’s Northeast Region.

Flores’s multi-faceted project management background, which runs the gamut of infrastructure improvement projects, signals and systems design, and resiliency initiatives, will serve him well in his role as a client manager to some of STV’s most significant transportation clients in the Northeast, including the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT), New York City Department of Design and Construction, and Amtrak.

An experienced project manager, Flores has an established track record in developing detailed design drawings, specifications, and procurement packages for stations and facilities, tunnels, yards, systems, viaduct structures, and bridges. He has successfully worked with city and state regulatory agencies, landmarks commissions and community boards to advance projects. 

Flores has held leadership positions in both the public and private sectors, providing him with unique insights relating to rail operations. He also has a longstanding history working collaboratively with multiple disciplines and stakeholders across project life cycles from proposal development through construction completion.

“Will’s experience has allowed him to develop a number of strong client relationships throughout the transportation industry,” Amodei said. “He has also demonstrated the ability to bring diverse entities together for the successful completion of a project.”

Prior to joining STV, Flores was with a major consulting firm where he performed project management duties for the award-winning MTA New York City Transit (NYC Transit) flood mitigation improvement initiative along the Upper West side on 86th street, and in Lower Manhattan on West Broadway; the Help Point emergency communication system, which is located throughout the MTA NYC Transit subway system; track and signal improvements for NYSDOT’s High-Speed Rail Program in Albany, NY; and large security infrastructure enhancements for the MTA’s systemwide security program.

He earned his Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from Manhattan College and his Master of Business Administration in corporate finance and strategic management from Pace University’s Lubin School of Business. Flores is an active member of the American Council of Engineering Companies New York Chapter, and the New York Building Congress.

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Flores, Will I. [MC????]

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Dear John,

               I believe that Will is a member of the Class of 1999.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Flores, Will I. [MC1999]

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