Lee Awbrey accepted a position as staff attorney with the Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia. Having previously served as an attorney with the U.S. Department of Labor, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, Greenpeace, and Morrison & Foerster, LLP, Lee is happy to land in a public-interest setting doing work she loves for causes she cares about. She lives with her kindergartner son in the western suburbs of Philadelphia, where she strives to make others feel validated through her authentically un-Pinterestable life. She reports that Stephanie Cain Sherman, Ana Pitchon, and Beth Scoville all look gorgeous, lead enviably interesting lives, and give good friendship. * Elizabeth Bancroft Hoch hosted Thanksgiving at her house and had Creighton McDonald ’95 and his family over for the holiday. Her daughter, Katherine, started kindergarten in September and, needless to say, keeps her on her toes. Elizabeth is of counsel to a small law firm around the corner from her house, and in New Jersey where everyone commutes to work, her one-minute commute is a true luxury. * Dan ’95 and Marsha Ilmonen Marsh live in Medway, Mass., with their triplets—Nick, Hannah, and Paige—now in seventh grade. They’re active with them in 4H, where they show rabbits. Marsha works as director, scaling and analytics, at EH Impact, a digital marketing agency. Dan teaches environmental science and marine biology at Holliston High School. * Jason Sudano, daughter Maggie, and significant other Laurie Perino moved to Lynnfield, Mass., last summer to open a new branch office for his company in Stoneham. Sean McBride ’95 lives in Lynnfield too, and Natasha Cotter (Jeff Cotter’s wife) was his real-estate broker. * Emily Davis Wall lives in Douglas, Alaska, on a beach on the Pacific Ocean. She’s married and has three daughters. She was recently tenured and is an associate professor of creative writing at the University of Alaska. She has two books of poems published.