In addition to starting a graduate program to earn her M.A. in marriage and family therapy, Ingrid Moore Conway has become certified as an advocate for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. She finds being an advocate rewarding, and clearly her work is making life better for many deserving people. * Mike Marcello is seeking reelection to the R.I. General Assembly, where he has served since 2008. Otherwise, he practices law in Providence in the firm Morrison Mahoney LLP, where he’s been since 1996. (Can anyone else beat that tenure at one employer?) * Valerie Bryer Pettit lives in Alpharetta, Ga., with her husband and two children and has been teaching English and special ed at Roswell High School for 15 years. * Thomas McClintock and family continued making progress toward their dream of traveling around the country in an RV. While they don’t have an RV yet, they telecommute for long durations from the comfort of their minivan. This summer they visited Arches and Yellowstone national parks, the Strawberry Festival in Glenwood Springs, Colo., Ely, Nev., Lake Tahoe, and Thermopolis and Cheyenne, Wyo. * Bob Lian had the pleasure of running into Tony Corrado recently when he was chairing a meeting hosted by Bob’s firm. This summer Bob and family made a trip down the California coast with Tom Wilde ’89 and his family. * Jeff Jones and family enjoyed their yearly summer pilgrimage to Lake Winnipesaukee, N.H., to see family and friends. They live in Fincastle, Va., in an old farmhouse they are remodeling one room at a time. He and his wife have four kids, the oldest a senior in high school. (Not sure what is more nerve wracking—that we could be old enough to have children that age or that college tuition looms so close.) Running his own business, Mother Earth Landscaping, allows him the flexibility to coach soccer, baseball, and wrangle the kids. * Kathrine Cole Aydelott is an instructional librarian coordinator of assessment at the Oliver Wendell Holmes Library at Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass. This year she begins her two-year term as secretary of the New England Library Instruction Group. She and husband Jack ’91 traveled to Italy in August, spending time in Venice and hiking in Tuscany and the Dolomites. * Colleen Bulger Proppe checked in from the San Francisco area, where she is raising 10-year-old twin boys. Her oil paintings are popular in Marin County and San Francisco galleries, and she feels lucky to make a living doing something she loves. In addition to painting, she is communications director for Art Works Downtown, an art center in San Rafael. She keeps in touch with Jill Sinclair Smith and loves seeing photos of her growing kids.