Katie Frank started a new job as a health officer with the U.S. Agency for International Development Career Candidate Corps in January and is initially based in Washington, D.C., before being posted overseas. * Sonya Roderick is in her 14th year at Bates College in the biology department, where she met William Locke, a research associate in marine biology. The couple married June 18. * Dave Fasteson works as a campaign manager for a state representative candidate in Rhode Island. * Louisa Williams West had her second baby boy, Harry, who joins big brother George. Louisa recently attended the wedding of Pete Bowden ’98 in Sonoma, where she rented a house with Larry Spollen, Andy Brown, and Ben Schreiner ’01. * Christina Schleicher married Billy O’Donnell in December in Whitefish, Mont., and had Colby friends Kelly Bregou and Allison Birdsong in attendance. Christina and Billy also announce the arrival of their baby boy, Tommy, Feb. 24; she’s loving being a mom! They run RIDGE Mountain Academy, a gap-year winter semester offering college credits and mountain sports training in Whitefish. * Busy summer for Liz (Czernicki ’98) and Erik Quist. Liz won her re-election bid as mayor of Occoquan, Va., and began her second, two-year term July 1. Her CPA practice is growing steadily, and she continues to focus on not-for-profit entities. Erik, a major in the United States Marine Corps, was selected as aide de camp to a Marine Corps lieutenant general in Quantico, Va., and is busy learning his new role. * Elise and Ali Mian are excited to report the December arrival of their second boy, Jonas Joseph (Jojo for short). Although big brother Noah, 3, prefers to call him Donuts Joseph he nonetheless is rather impressed with the new arrival. * Matt Olsen, his wife, Mitzi, and their baby girl, Izzy, moved back to Washington, D.C., from Hawaii in January and Robyn Osborn Pashby couldn’t be happier to have them back in her neck of the woods! Izzy and Alexa (Robyn’s daughter) are only four months apart and are bound to be best buds and maybe even future Colby kids! * In August 2015 Laura Houston moved to Nicosia, Cyprus, to teach IB economics. She looks forward to learning Greek and exploring Venetian ruins, but misses the annual Boston dinners with Jessica Williamson, Meg Belanger, and Kristi Jacobi. * Jack and Erika Blauch Rusley and big sister Meg welcomed baby Josephine Ivy in June 2015. They reside in Baltimore, where Erika teaches English at an online high school and loves working from home. * Anna Tesmenitsky’s daughter, Sophia, turned 10 in January, and they enjoy life in Ashland, Mass. Anna works as litigation counsel at Resolute Management, Inc. and volunteers each year with the New England Ride for Kids, a motorcycle ride she helps organize to support the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. She encourages Colby alums who ride to join the event at BOSE headquarters in Framingham, Mass., Aug. 28, 2016. * After 15 years wandering in the forsaken wilderness, Oliver Griswold returned to his beloved Maine in July. He lives in Portland with his wife, Ellen, and two daughters, Amelia and Isobel. He leads branding projects for DC-based ad agency +GMMB and eats as much lobster as possible. * In 2015 Alex Wall started his own law firm. He practices business, technology, and data privacy law, and he balances his for-profit work with discounts and pro bono to nonprofits and disadvantaged individuals. Alex was proud to have his firm join several large corporations in sponsoring a full-page Wall Street Journal ad in support of a firm commitment by the U.S. at the Paris Climate Conference. Alex has also enjoyed helping small business entrepreneurs with big dreams get organized and prepared for growth.