It doesn't get any better than Sue Yoo, an associate at Sullivan & Cromwell, New York, N.Y. I got 20 bucks says she's going to make partner.
Jeffrey M. Advokat is a lawyer in Morristown, N.J.
Laura Knott-Twine founded, in 1985, the Windham Textile and History Museum in Windham, Conn. ("thread city"). She also served as its executive director for many years.
Cynthia Houser is a realtor in Silver Spring, Md.
William Dement, M.D., is a professor of psychiatry and behavioral science at Stanford.
David Dollar is an economist at the World Bank.
*aptronym (n): A name that inadvertently describes its bearer's occupation. Widely attributed to Franklin P. Adams, aka "F.P.A.," whose newspaper column, "The Conning Tower," was popular during the 1920s and 1930s.
Updated Aptronym Yellow Pages:
Dr. Richard Madden (Hudson, N.Y.)
Alan Heavens (University of Edinburgh)
Margaret Spellings (Secretary of Education)
Jaime Lachica Cardinal Sin (former archbishop of Manila)
Ngoc Quang Chu, DDS (Bethesda, Md.)
Dalbert Fear, Jr., DDS (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
Ken Hurt, DDS (Albuquerque, N.M.)
Kenneth Krowne, DDS (Brookline, Mass.)
Les Plack, DDS (San Francisco, Calif.)
Anthony J. Puller, DDS (Richmond, Va.)
Randall Toothaker, DDS (University of Nebraska Medical Center)
Barth, Lacy, and Craig Toothman (Columbus, Ohio)
Brian Baldinger (former defensive lineman, Dallas Cowboys, Indianapolis Colts *, and Philadelphia Eagles)
Joey Goodspeed (former running back, St. Louis Rams)
Quentin Jammer (cornerback for the San Diego Chargers)
Angel Colon(Annapolis, Md.)
Francine Prose (New York, N.Y.)
Office Supplies and Equipment
Dean Boring, president, Boring Office Supplies (Lakeland, Fla.)
Dr. Kevin Blinder (Washington University)
Sarah Slipper (former dancer with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet)
Dr. Allen Korn (Washington, D.C.)
John Lawless (Haverstraw, N.Y.)
Dr. Jules Angst (emeritus professor of psychiatry, University of Zurich)
Roberta L. Nutt, Ph.D. (director, Counseling Psychology Doctoral Program, Texas Women's University)
William Dement, M.D. (professor of psychiatry and behavioral science at Stanford)
Robert Raper (Boston, Mass.)
Religion, Professors of
Terry Godlove (Hofstra University)
John C. Chicken (author, The Philosophy of Risk)
Sexual Misconduct Researcher
Laura Knott-Twine, (founder, Windham Textile and History Museum in Windham, Conn., known as "Thread City.")
Dr. Richard ("Dick") Chopp (Austin, Texas)
Dr. Dennis Peters (Pensacola, Fla.)
Dr. Alexander Philpott (Wheat Ridge, Colo.)
Dr. Keith Waterhouse, retired (New York, N.Y.)