MealPal, a lunch ordering app founded by Katie Ghelli ’05 and Mary Biggins ’05, was featured in Business Insider Oct. 15 as it was “preparing to expand into new markets after raising an additional $20 million (£15 million) from investors last month,” the magazine reported. Biggins said that three million lunches have been ordered using MealPal. * Jessica Foster Pizzutelli ’05, an attorney in Rochester, N.Y., was selected for the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce’s CLIMB program, which connects young professionals with area business leaders to encourage collaboration and growth. Participants are chosen based on leadership, vision, and integrity, as well as great promise within their organizations and community. * Elly Bookman ’09 won the Loraine Williams Poetry Prize from The Georgia Review for her poem “Lesson,” which will appear in the publication’s spring issue. Several of Bookman’s poems have been published in leading publications, including recently in The New Yorker.