Karen Rose recently obtained her Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. She’s worked for 15 years at L.L.Bean, where she’s currently a project manager for the customer insights and analytics division. She gets together with Elizabeth Franco, Jaye Gennaco, and Michelle Friedland Gagnon every few months. She’s also busy raising her daughter, 11, and son, 7. * Matt Martel lives on the north shore of Massachusetts with his wife, Anna. They have a daughter, 3, and a son, 1. “I expect my oldest to join the Colby Class of 2033. Wow, typing that made me feel old!” * Noah Learner and his family love living in Louisville, Colo. Last year he started Bike Shop SEO to help bike shops across North America with search-engine optimization and digital marketing. In his free time, Noah skis a lot, is “obsessed” with Tenkara fishing (Japanese fly fishing), and enjoys car-camping trips. Last fall he visited New England for two weeks and visited Scott Koles, Greg Belanger ’93, and Brian Gressler, who is the father of new twins. * Emily Fantasia Hayes, Katey Ford DeTraglia ’92, and Julie Cyr Gibowicz ’94 are co-chairs of the Curtis Parent Organization. They enjoy working together to support middle school guardians and students of Sudbury, Mass. * Dan Polk recently visited Chris Shore and his family in New York, and he’s also in touch with Adam Cote and Ben Bartlett, who are running for governor of Maine and California state assembly, district 15, respectively. * Kristen Hanssen Goodell will become the associate dean for admissions at the Boston University School of Medicine in July. She’ll continue to see patients at the family medicine clinic at Boston Medical Center. In April Kristin and Ned Goodell ’92 hosted Erika and Ben Damon, Ken ’94 and Julia Rentz Dupuis, Adam Zois ’94, and all of their kids. “It was extremely lively, and an extremely large amount of tapas was consumed,” reports Kristen. * Julia Rentz Dupuis is the area manager of optical systems technologies at Physical Sciences, Inc. * Brett Hudson took a paragliding course in Northern California during his summer break. He also plans to go to the Rugby World Cup in San Francisco and participate in a weeklong fiction writing course in Squaw Valley, Calif. * Marc Herbst just obtained a Ph.D. in cultural studies at Goldsmiths University in London. He’s living between Berlin, Leipzig, and London, and he’s currently a fellow at the Humboldt Area Peoples Archive in Berlin. Marc has also published a series of books through partnerships with his small press, the Journal of Aesthetics & Protest.