Regina Lipovsky lives in Massachusetts with her husband and two sons. She, Matt Marden, and Sarah Gurtman went to Santa Fe, N.M., for a long weekend and reminisced about their “awesome, embarrassing (and awesomely embarrassing)” Colby moments. Matt lives in New York with his boyfriend, Bobby, and Sarah lives in Washington, D.C., with her husband and two boys. * Karen Andreas received an M.S. from Tufts University School of Medicine in May. * Hilary Anderson manages her own business as a procurement analytics consultant for small chain restaurants. She, her husband, Chuck, and girls Phoebe, 8, and Eden, 6, spent July tent camping through Utah and Colorado, including Bryce Canyon, Rocky Mountain National Park, and Mesa Verde National Park. * Daniel Polk will join Leadership San Francisco’s class of 2016-17 to learn the essentials for being a trustee for the city of San Francisco. * Noah Learner lives in Colorado with his wife and two kids, where they do a lot of skiing, fishing, camping, and hiking. He works in search engine optimization at SmartEtailing, which hosts bike shop and other specialty outdoor retailer sites. Noah recently competed in the masters division of the amateur world championships for disc golf in Madison, Wisc. * Cristina Harris Faherty lives near the beach in Indialantic, Fla. She worked at Thomson Reuters, and after almost 14 years is now working as an account manager for CT Corporation, part of Wolters Kluwer. Her new role brought her to Boston for a few days where she met Kristin Eisenhardt Corbin, who is busy with her twin 3-year-old boys. She’s the director of enrollment management for The Meadowbrook School in Weston, Mass. * Sandra Jewers Dow, an administrative officer in the Maine’s U.S. District Attorney’s office, was invited to DC last summer by U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Attorney General Sally Yates, and the director of the Executive Office for United States Attorneys, Monty Wilkinson, to receive a Director’s Award in Administration. Her three boys, her husband, and her mom got to spend some time in DC and be tourists as well as experience the formality of the Department of Justice during its 31st Annual Director’s Awards Ceremony in the Great Hall. Sandra was recognized for her role in developing the newly automated Grand Jury Tracking System, an innovative concept that saves immeasurable time and expense by facilitating prosecutors’ ability to handle their grand jury workflow more efficiently. Congratulations Sandra!