Jeanette Gringo, Esq. was one of my coworkers in the Computer Applications Department at the law firm of Hogan & Hartson. She was hired in the fall of 1986 by then manager Sheryl Ferguson and left during the summer of 1987. She was a graduate of the Georgetown University Law School. She was a very bright young woman. She obtained employment on the DC Law Revision Commission.
On one occasion she made a comment about me and a coworker, Craig W. Dye. Jeanette Gringo said:
"You are a phenomenon. Craig is a phenomenon. You are both phenomena!" Yes, Jeanette, that we were.