Elizabeth Zagroba works for NY Public Radio and lives in Brooklyn. She sees Kat Brzozowski and Wes Miller ’08. * Alex Richards works for UBS and lives in NYC, where he sees Alex Hoder and Lissa Martin. He saw Maxime Guillaume, Ben Goldenberg, and Simon Levy when they visited for a partial Apt. 231 reunion. Jay Larmon and Chris Vancisin were not missed at all (just kidding). Alex also saw Sam Hoff and Caitlin Leibenhaut at The Hunt in October. * Abby Sussman and Devon Anderson moved to Portland, Ore., in August. Devon attends Oregon Health & Science University for an M.D./Ph.D., and Abby works in admissions at Reed College. They see Spencer Crim and John Lewallen ’10. Abby met up with Samantha Given-Dennis in San Francisco. * Shirmila Cooray returned from a trip to Nepal, where she worked on human trafficking and gender-based violence programs for the Asia Foundation. She capped off her trip with a vacation in Australia and the Cook Islands. * Chelsea Eakin lives in Beijing and works for the China Greentech Initiative, a commercial collaboration focused on green technology solutions. Byron Meinerth, studying with Johns Hopkins in Nanjing, uses her apartment as storage space. * Dylan Perry moved from DC to Worcester, Mass., to study at the UMass Medical School. He’s bunking up with med classmates Geoff Buckle ’07 and Josh Kahane ’07. * Laura Bisbee teaches English at a primary school in Hangzhou, China. * Paolo Pepe moved twice last year for his job: first from New York to Atlanta, and most recently to Boston, where he hangs out with Katie-Elyse Turner and Sam Gillies ’11. * After two years as a newspaper reporter in Rockland, Maine, Fritz Freudenberger moved to Durango, Colo., to earn geology credits at Fort Lewis College to pursue a master’s in geology. * Kat Brzozowski and Wes Miller ’08 live in Queens, N.Y. Kat is an assistant editor at Thomas Dunne Books, where she recently acquired her first book as an editor. * Chris Copeland works in Portland, Maine, at the mobile marketing firm Liquid Wireless. He hangs out with Ben Many, Krishan Rele, Nick Cody Friedman ’10, Brandon Pollock ’10, and Jared Hourihan ’11. * Bryan Brown is in Hawaii helping with a humpback whale study. * Nikolai Barnwell is setting up an accelerator space for East African web/mobile start-ups in Nairobi. He works as the country manager for the Danish investment fund 88mph. * Tyler Plourde married Jaime Bisson Aug. 20 in Woolwich, Maine. John Wagner, Greg Zartarian, and Tom Milaschewski attended. Tyler is athletic director at the Hyde School in Bath. He saw Denis Cronin when Tilton School (where Denis coaches) played Hyde’s football team. * Ned Warner lives in Laramie, Wyo., and is applying to graduate schools to study art teaching. * Mark Phillips married Raven Adams ’08 May 29 in Denver. Mules in attendance were Mike Piacentini ’07, Ian London ’07, Melyn McKay ’08, Courtney Johnson ’08, Emily Wilson Connelly ’08, Angela Martinelli ’08, Menya Hinga, Eben Witherspoon, Xander Kotsatos, Adam Lowenstein, Nick Van Niel ’10, Amy Snickenberger ’10, Elizabeth Disney ’10, Sam Brakeley ’10, Anna Kelemen ’11, Raleigh Werner ’11, Kevin Baier ’11, and Austin Sutherland ’11. It was a beautiful spring evening with lots of great dancing. The couple honeymooned in Costa Rica, and are now finishing up law school. * Amy Keefe works in marketing at the mobile gaming company ngmoco. She moved from San Francisco to transfer to her company’s Brooklyn, N.Y., office. * Sally Drescher works at Milton Academy as officer of parent programs and lives with Justine Scott ’08, Matt Ahern, and Sara Burbine. * Lokesh Todi still works at Analysis Group and is applying to business schools. * Sam Hoff is working on applications to law school for fall 2012 and also serves as chairman of the Mayflower Foundation’s Boston committee. He lives in the North End with Logan King and Sam Witherspoon. * Kimberly Cohen and Chris Neil ’07 got engaged on a recent trip to Maine. Maggie Hayes and Rachel Baird took her out for a fun night in Boston to celebrate. Chris is a Ph.D. student studying molecular biology at Brown, and Kimberly is in her first year as a biology Ph.D. student at BU studying bats and disease ecology. * Adam Goldfarb received his certificate in fundraising from Canisius College. He’s working as the VISTA program manager at the Service Collaborative of WNY, Inc., and is getting his M.S. from Buffalo State College in higher education administration. * Rebecca Lynch was elected the youngest Democratic district leader for the Queens County Democratic Organization. She took a road trip to Nashville with Sara Gutt while visiting her in Atlanta. * Julia Bacon lives in DC and will marry Sam Fabens ’08 next fall. * Prabhdeep Singh is in New Delhi, India, working for American Express. He was one of two people selected from Amex in India to represent Amex at the One Young World Summit in Zurich in September.