At President Greene’s request, Sheri Berger Bronstein, global head of HR for Bank of America, spoke on a diversity and inclusion panel at Colby’s November Board of Trustees meeting. She was quite impressed with the College’s commitment to diversity from President Greene on down. Sheri lives in Ridgewood, N.J., with her husband and two kids and recently had a long weekend in Jackson Hole with non-’90 Colby pals. * Betsy Morgan, Chris Gaillard, Steve Nahley, Jimmy Reynolds, and Megan Blumenreich enjoyed a private behind-the-scenes exhibit tour at the Asia Society, which was hosted by Beth Parker Poole. * Jonathan Millard was on campus last summer dropping his and Jennifer Milsop Millard’s oldest daughter off for her first year at Colby. * One of Sarah Faragher’s paintings is included in the new book Art of Acadia by Carl Little and David Little. In June she’ll have a solo show at Landing Gallery in Rockland, Maine. Many of those paintings are from Schoodic Point and Mount Desert Island, which she made during fall 2015 when she was an artist in residence at Acadia National Park. * David Coleman lives in Mountain View, Calif., with his wife, two children, and four pets. David works for Visa, where he manages a team of 15 support engineers around the world. They’re lucky enough to spend part of their time on a small hobby farm in northern Vermont. * Kate Brennan Dailey lives in Marblehead, Mass., with her husband and three kids. She celebrated the one-year anniversary of opening her knitting shop in town and loves every day of it. She often remembers all those Lopi sweaters she made during her freshman winter with her floor mates in Hillside. * Thanks to her out-of-office email response, I learned that Imelda Marie Balboni is a clinical assistant professor in pediatric rheumatology at Stanford Medicine in Palo Alto, Calif.