Who Runs This

At the moment, I am running this page by myself. I am Eliza Bonner. I grew up in Richmond, Virginia. I attended CTY in 1992 at Goucher College, in 1994 at Hamilton College, in 1995 at Skidmore College, and in 1996 and 1997 at Dickinson College. I took some random math class, Writing 1, Writing 2, Fiction, Playwriting, and Archeaology. Since my nomore year in 1997, I've run the Real CTY, and organized bi-annual CTY reunions in Washington, DC. I have also had some communication with the folks at JHU to try and help make CTY a better place. In 2000, the essay I wrote about CTY, "The Pros and Cons of Gifted Summer Programs: A Case Study of JHU's CTY Summer Program" was published in the magazine "Our Gifted Children." Currently, I'm living in Washington, D.C. and am the website coordinator for a non-profit democracy organization.

I am always looking to make contact with people who are interested in involving themselves with CTY as an alum. While I no longer think that I want help running this site, Things are in the Works, and I would like to be in contact with people who are interested in helping out. If you would like to help out, please e-mail me at eliza@grass.org

Thanks to: The Armory, Grass.org, Matthew Belmonte, Jesse Biddle, Jeff Bishop, Jamey Borell, Robin Bose, Mark Bradwin, Dennis Clark, Jeremey Cooke, Ella Coscolluela, Justin Cutler, Katie Davenport, Chris Gill, George Henry, Amy Judd, Matt Korahias, Matt Krolak, Rich Lee, Tom Lotze, L, Mike Montanye, Jeff Morrow, Neil, Amy Phillips, Milo Polte, Moses Pounds, Eli Resnick, Wolfgang Rougle, Phil Sandifer, Sarah Shikenjanski, Beth Simmons, Jen Smith, Alex Reed Smith, Subbes, Nick Thornton, SarahT, Matt Weinstein, Galen White, Liz Wrigley-Field, Andromeda Yelton, The CTY-L list, the LLRT list, owners of the pages with links on this page, everyone who contributed writing to this page.