Harry Goldstein moved to Hong Kong to work for Amcor, a global packaging company. * Madison Gregor graduated from California Western Law School magna cum laude. She now practices medical malpractice defense law in Las Vegas. * Ned Warner lives in Colorado, where he’s pursuing a master’s in art education at the University of Denver. * Charlie Moore organized the first annual Jabroni Invitational, a charitable golf tournament at the Presidio Golf Course in San Francisco. Andrew Cheit, Bobby Gorman ’08, Logan King, Mather Neill, Henry Sears, Adam Salamon ’08, Travis Townsend, and Sam Wampler competed. * Christine Fitzgerald and Jesse Crouch traveled for two weeks in South America this summer, where they visited Leah Gourlie, who lives in Paraguay. They just started an international book club that spans three continents. Members include Christine, Jesse, Leah, Fiona Brown, Ali Coughlin, and Frazer Humes, who lives in Denmark. They’re also still searching for Owl. * Zach Bloom left his role as an account executive at ad agency RJW Collective (now JWalk) to work at MTV Scratch, a “SWAT team that channels the reach, connection, and creative force of Viacom in new ways to drive culture and commerce.” He and Peter Perry-Friedman recently engaged in a platonic domestic partnership, living together in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, alongside their rooftop plants, infantile reading material, and equally suspect circle of friends. * Nikolai Barnwell runs 88mph, Africa’s first Internet accelerator program. They do early-stage seed investments in nternet startups in Africa. The continent possesses a massive opportunity with its one billion people and more than 800 million cell phones. The Internet is in its very early days, and adoption rates are exploding with dropping handset prices. Their fund has set up Africa’s biggest tech hub in Nairobi, with more than 100 young Kenyans coding away and building startups. They recently partnered with Google to launch within the coming year in Cape Town and Lagos as well. They have been featured in major media all over the world (the Economist, Sunday Times, TechCrunch, etc.) and will be featured on BBC in October in a special on African tech. * Chris Lemmons started a new job as a litigation associate at Lawson & Weitzen, LLP in Boston. * Mac Simpson began a new position with CBRE in Portland, Maine, as an associate broker. * Laura Bisbee spent the summer traveling through Southeast Asia (Cambodia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand) with her sister and a good friend. An awesome time, despite the fact that they mistakenly planned their travels during the rainy season. Laura next goes to Nicaragua to serve in the Peace Corps. * Rachel Bonenfant was promoted to DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) clinical educator at Mclean Southeast Adolescent ART. * After studying geology for a year in Durango, Colo., Fritz Freudenberger moved to Las Vegas to pursue his M.S. in geosciences. * Lane Mahoney started her first year at University of Connecticut Dental School. * Naomi Smith is in her 2L year at Northeastern University Law School. She and Katie Dammann walked the Jimmy Fund walk this September. * Lauren Duval started a Ph.D. program in history at American University this fall. * Benjamin Hauptman and Elyse Apantaku married Aug 11. Zack Hauptman ’05, Ashlee Holm, Maria Ryden, Jason Stigliano, Lindsay Tolle ’08, Alea Thompson, Cliff Vickrey ’10, and Rachel Watson, attended. * Kat Brzozowski is engaged to Wes Miller ’08. * Alea Thompson and Jason Stigliano are engaged.