Andrea Pomerance married Eric Stangarone in Tiburon, Calif., just north of San Francisco, where the couple resides. Fellow alums Molly Van Campen and Amy McCallum were in attendance. Andrea is marketing lead at IDEO, and Eric is creative director at the Culinary Edge and a restaurant owner. * Bethany Record and her husband, Wes, welcomed their first child, Emmet, last May. * Josh Gerber was married this spring. In attendance were Bethany Record, Max Sadler, and Emma Hallowell. * Sean and Lydia Terry Flynn had their third baby boy, Spencer, in June. Her two other boys, Henry and Jack, love their baby brother. Lydia teaches third grade dual immersion. * Chris Cogbill and his family moved to Kalamazoo, Mich., where he works as a staff pathologist. His son, Grant, is in preschool, and daughter Evelyn is 1. Chris’s wife, Elizabeth, is medical director of CentraCare, a PACE program and clinic for geriatrics care. * Alyssa Severn moved to the Kansas City, Mo., area from Chicago after marrying her husband, Craig, whom she met through cyclocross racing. Alyssa is an account planner for a digital-marketing agency and earned a master’s in applied English linguistics in 2010 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Alyssa and Craig are avid cyclists, cyclocross racers, runners, and writers, and they share their home with their beloved rescue pit bull terriers. * Katie Dunn attended Alyssa and Craig’s courthouse ceremony. She works as a brand strategist for a small branding agency in Boulder, Colo., a job she took after finishing her M.B.A. at Presidio. * Bridget Duffy and her husband, Gavin, welcomed their second son, Killian Kimball, July 3. Big brother Finnegan just adores him. After Bridget’s maternity leave she’ll return to her pediatric practice in Atlanta, where she is a partner. * Noah Charney continues to write books and columns and to teach art history and art crime. He planned to teach a Guardian masterclass, How to Write About Art, in London in October. He will also teach other writing seminars this fall in Slovenia, where he lives with his wife, their toddler, Eleonora, and another member due in January. In 2015 he’ll have three books coming out. Stay tuned at noahcharney.com. * JJ ’01 and Piper Elliott Abodeely expected a third child (a girl) in September. They continue to love life in Sonoma, and Piper is launching the G3 Women’s Conference in Sonoma in November (g3sonoma.com). * Rashad Randolph is now an upper school dean in Brooklyn, where Coy Dailey ’01 is a dean of middle school student life. For the second summer, Rashad worked for Gabe Duncan Roitman’s company, Walking Tree Travel, leading a group of students around Peru. Rashad said, “It’s awesome to be in business with a fellow Mule!” Rashad is in frequent contact with Victor Cancel, Greg Jaboin, Matt Overton (who had a son, Brady, born this spring), and Denell Marsh. * Per and Catherine Benson Wahlen moved to Kampala, Uganda, from Malaysia, with their daughter, Emma, 1. Catherine completed her Ph.D. in environmental science in 2013 and does environment and development consulting. She welcomes anyone to contact her about connecting in East Africa. * Sr. Madeleine (Sarah) Miller will be in Brazil for three months starting in January to work with Sisters in Olida, who serve the destitute and educate local children. She teaches at Norfolk Catholic High School and Wayne State College for now. * Tammie Sebelius moved to London and runs the regional office for EF Tours, where she manages the U.K. and Irish tour directors. * After seven years at the Securities and Exchange Commission, Carl Tugberk is now an assistant general counsel at the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board. Carl attended the Colby alumni soccer game in September with Sean Skulley and Dave Friedman. * As for me, Sally Hall Bell, I direct professional development for the Oregon M.B.A. through the University of Oregon in Eugene. I spent a month in Nepal, India, and China this summer trekking in the Himalayas with my husband and running a business tour trip for my graduate students.