Thanks for all of the updates, ’08ers! Katherine Koleski graduated from the Fletcher School at Tufts and moved to Washington, D.C., to work as a policy analyst on the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission. * Rebekah Fasel is recently engaged to Adam Kiser, who is a 2009 graduate of the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. Their wedding is planned for April 2015 in Charleston, S.C. * Kossi Nacheva is a marketing specialist at Vedra International, a company in the pharmaceuticals sector in Bulgaria. She recently finished and shipped her first big commissioned artwork to an art consultant in the United States. * On July 5 Kristin Weigle married Colin Roberts at Helwig Winery in Plymouth, Calif. She was happy that Steph Bowman Alvarado, Kit Clark, Sarah E. Clark, Katie Harris, Brian Lam, Luke LaViolet, Laura Perille, Ling U, and William Whitledge were all there to celebrate. * Ed Davis has joined a startup private equity firm called Renewable Energy Trust and has the good fortune of working with Justin Amirault ’01. * Patrick Sanders stayed in Los Gatos, Calif., with Katie Price ’07 and Tom Testo ’07 while in the Bay Area for work. On the same trip, Patrick had lunch with Courtney Johnson in Palo Alto. * Dori Smith was hired as visiting assistant professor of voice at Fort Lewis College, a liberal arts school in Durango, Colo. * Charles Frederick is working in a new job doing economic predictions for Prudential, living in Hoboken, and loving city life. * Kim Graves completed her Ph.D. in chemistry at Princeton this May and started as an assistant professor in the department of chemistry and biochemistry at the University of Delaware. She’s excited to work with the Blue Hen freshmen but knows the White Mules will always have her heart! On July 26 Sarah Goldstein and Evan Eshelman married in an intimate outdoor mountain ceremony in Whistler, B.C. Family, friends, and a group of fellow Colby alums were on hand to celebrate with them under beautiful blue skies. * Patrick Collins’s company has expanded into the Denver marketplace on a GSA contract. In August he was promoted to assistant general manager. * Steve Frechette earned his M.B.A. from MIT Sloan School of Management and joined a social enterprise in Myanmar called Proximity Designs. He is helping to lead the organization’s renewable energy business. He would love to connect with alums in Myanmar (he’ll be based in Yangon), those traveling through Southeast Asia, or those interested in visiting the country. * After living in Shanghai for six years, Zach Goodnough has started the master’s in engineering management program at Duke. He enjoyed attending Evan Phelps’s Austin wedding in September. * Over the summer Julie Wilson produced Leon Panetta’s audiobook memoir, Worthy Fights, which was recorded in Monterey, Calif. * I’m excited to share that in August, Justin DePre ’06 proposed while we were vacationing with my family on Swan’s Island, Maine.