Thanks for the updates! No surprise that you’ve all been busy! * Virginia Brown moved back to Texas to attend the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, where she is studying education policy and nonprofit management. Before landing in Austin last July, she visited Meredith Keyser, Geoff Blanding, Meaghan Jerrett, Jake Obstfeld ’09, and Katie Porter ’09. This summer she’ll be a fellow with Education Pioneers in their Texas cohort. * Kevin Hobson was recently admitted to the District of Columbia Bar. * Steve Frechette returned from spending three weeks in Southeast Asia, where he and a couple of Sloan School of Management classmates were helping Warm Heart, an NGO in northern Thailand, to structure a silk microenterprise (growing silk worms and producing eri silk to weave into scarves and sell internationally). Check out his blog for some great details: flavorsofthefareast.wordpress.com. * Jessie Young is working at thoughtbot, inc., in the new San Francisco office. She was happy to have Kevin Shen, Sarah Rathman, Kelly Norsworthy, Stacy Petro, and Kiloran De Laperouse at her apartment in February to celebrate Meredith Carden’s quarterly visit to California. * Annie Feutz is in the process of creating a NESCAC Board of D.C. to create and host events for NESCAC alums in the D.C. area. She is hoping that this will help increase attendance from alums at each school, so D.C.-area classmates, be sure to keep an eye out for some of the great upcoming events! * Sarah Goldstein and Evan Eshelman are both attending York University in Toronto, Canada, for graduate school. After having graduated from culinary school, Sarah is now completing her master’s degree in environmental studies focusing on sustainable food policy and food systems education. Evan is working toward his Ph.D. in physics and astronomy, researching an instrument to search for organic compounds on Mars. * Stephanie Lubin-Levy was selected to run for the Miles & Memories Marathon Team during the Boston Marathon. The team’s fundraising benefits the Children’s Room, Massachusetts’s largest independent nonprofit serving grieving children, teens, and families. Stephanie and her team have trained over 2,400 miles collectively and have set a team goal to raise $60,000 for programming at the Children’s Room, where Stephanie has been volunteering for five years. * Have a wonderful summer!