Nick Motz graduated from St.
Xavier High School in 1987 and
in 1993 obtained a bachelor's
degree from the University
of Cincinnati in Industrial
Design. After college, he began
purchasing, remodeling, and
managing residential and small
commercial properties, and now
works with real estate sales/leasing, remodel/construction, and
property development. Nick has been an Ohio- and Kentuckylicensed
realtor for 20 years. In 2000, he married Mary Beth
Wilker who provides design input on business projects. They live
in Mt. Washington and love the outdoors, especially boating. Over
the last 20 years, they’ve boated sections of the entire Ohio River
from Pittsburg to the Mississippi River.
Jocelyn Keller, LPCC, is a
Professor of Sport Psychology at
Carleton College in Northfield,
MN where she also serves as
head coach of the women's
soccer team. She works parttime
as a licensed therapist.
Jocelyn is married to Ethan
Johnson and they welcomed
their daughter, Isle Bea, in May.
Erika El-Sawaf Schmidt works in promotional planning at the
Kroger general offices in downtown Cincinnati. She graduated
from the Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, FL where
she received a Master of Psychology degree. She and her husband
Zach live in Cincinnati and are expecting a baby girl in August.
Marlise Schoeny Vance is
the assistant curator of The
Ohio State University Historic
Costume & Textiles Collection.
She is also an adjunct
instructor in fashion history
at The Columbus College of
Art and Design. She enjoys
spending time with her two
daughters and their Golden
Spencer van der Zee is a
visual artist and musician.
Spencer married Villa
classmate Alex Doyle in 2014.
They enjoy traveling and are
pictured here on a recent visit
to Kyoto, Japan.
Alex Doyle van der Zee
graduated from the University
of Cincinnati School of Law in
2013 and owns her own law
firm, The Law Offices of Alex
van der Zee, Esq., specializing in all aspects of family law. She is
a volunteer with the Volunteer Lawyers Project representing low
income clients. She and her husband, Spencer van der Zee (’01)
have one son, two-year-old Oliver.
Alex Brokamp studied
Industrial Design at the
University of Cincinnati and is
currently pursuing his master's
degree in furniture and fixture
design at the ArtCenter College
of Design in Los Angeles,
CA. His designs have been
published in Metropolis, Dwell,
Design Milk, Dezeen, Contract
Mag, Core 77, Architectural
Digest, Leibal, Sight Unseen,
and Cincinnati Magazine. In
May 2019, he participated in the International Contemporary
Furniture Fair in New York City and was awarded a NYCxDesign
Best Student Design award from Interior Design Magazine.
Cassie Goldstein and her
husband Josh are the proud
parents of 2-year-old Brady
Middendorf. They reside in
Montgomery, OH where she is
a stay-at-home mom.