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Class of 1990

Kara Aiello YearbookKara Aiello

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Although Kara Aiello has Osteogenesis Imperfecta (brittle bone disease) and has been in a wheel chair for her entire life, this has never stopped her from living life to its fullest and inspiring others along the way. Ms. Aiello has studied dance for nearly 30 years and currently dances with American Dance Wheels Foundation. For the majority of her dance career, she danced with Kardon Institute of Performing Arts. Her performances took her to The Kennedy Center in 1994, The Clef Club in Philadelphia and New Orleans, and talent shows on two Carnival Cruises.

In addition to performing dance, Ms. Aiello sings with the Academy Chorale and is a writer for MobileWomen.org and other organizations including United Spinal Association and Amnesty International and Montgomery County Community College. Ms. Aiello has a master’s degree in social work and a certification in therapeutic recreation and works as a Recreation Therapist at Meadowood Senior Community in Worcester. Ms. Aiello was inducted into the Montgomery County Community College Alumni Hall of Fame in 2003 and won the President’s Distinguished Honor Award at graduation in 1996.


Jennifer Finn, Class of 1990Jennifer Carnahan Finn

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WHS Activities: Drama (10-12); Marching Unit (10); Pit Orchestra (9-12); Honor Society (11, 12)

Post-Graduate Achievements: Graduate, University of Cincinnati College - Conservatory of Music; Professional dramatic coloratura Soprano; performed in major opera houses in the United States and Europe; performed for patients in veterans' hospitals and nursing homes; founder, Concerts in Motion; recipient, Certificate of Achievement from The Fordham University Center for Non-Profit Leaders Program; completed the Columbia University Business School Senior Leaders Program for Nonprofit Professionals; recognized as New Yorker of the Week by NY1.


Gregg WalkerGregg Walker


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Gregg Walker is an accomplished senior executive with more than 25 years of business leadership and experience in the media, technology, and telecommunications industries. He has combined that industry experience with mergers and acquisitions expertise to create value for clients and companies investors over the course of his career.

In 1996, Mr. Walker joined Goldman Sachs in the Mergers and Acquisitions Department and left Goldman in 2006 to help lead the Corporate Development Department at Viacom. After three years at Viacom, Mr. Walker became the head of the Corporate Development Department at Sony where  he worked across all business units, including PlayStation, Sony Pictures, Sony Music, and Sony Electronics.

Mr. Walker joined Muller & Monroe in July 2021 as a Partner and Managing Director where he leads the firm’s co-investment efforts and heads the New York City office. Additionally, he has been the Managing Member of G.A. Walker since its inception in 2016 and served as the President and COO of Remarkable, a live entertainment company. When Remarkable invested in the Big Apple Circus, Mr. Walker also assumed the role of CEO of the Big Apple Circus, achieving the highest revenues in the company’s 40 year history. In 2022, Mr. Walker joined the board of Gorilla Technology Group Inc., a publicly traded company and a global leader in artificial intelligence and cybersecurity.

Mr. Walker earned a full academic scholarship to attend Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri where he graduated magma cum laude, then enrolled at Yale Law School, where he received his law degree in 1997.