Dan Giuliani is running Volt Athletics, a company in Seattle providing technology-based strength and conditioning solutions to more than 12,000 athletes on 600 sports teams across the country. YAfter eight years at Google, Charlie Hale joined Pinterest to head public policy and government affairs. He attended Bram Gellar’s New Year’s Eve wedding, where he saw Josh Montague, Rebecca Longworth, and Chris Zajchowski ’07. * Chad and Liz Mollo-Christensen Whipple are expecting a baby girl in April! * Kim Devine McDevitt and her husband moved out of the city to Princeton, N.J. She is an educator for Vega, which specializes in plant-based nutrition and supplements. Kim launched her own brand focusing on personalized nutrition consulting and nutrition communications. Check out kimmcdevittrd.com and follow her on social@foodierunnergrl or through weekly nutrition posts on a new Runner’s World site, Zelle. * Laura Snider accepted a position in Ghana doing education and girls leadership. Her contract is for one year, and she’s excited to be moving into international development. * Lauren Erickson is working as a therapist for Jail Psychiatric Services in San Francisco. * Christian and Amanda Stein Rieben happily shared that Hadley Lillian Rieben was born Sept. 27, 2014. * Caroline Theoharides finished her Ph.D. in economics at Michigan and is assistant professor of economics at Amherst. She and her husband live in Northampton, Mass., and enjoy being back in New England. * Emily Boyle Westbrooks spent the last few months working and traveling with her husband, Michael ’07. They spent Christmas in Maine. Emily visited Professor Mackenzie during office hours at Thanksgiving and writes that he hasn’t changed a bit. * Over the holidays Noah Balazs caught up with Steven Weinberg, Nick Beaird, and Matt Busch ’07 in Northfield, Mass. It was the first time they had been together since Noah’s wedding in 2013, and Noah says it was great to hang out around a crackling fire. * Dan Breen moved to the San Francisco area and started a job as a biologist with the Army Corps of Engineers. * Max Brown passed away in September. Max was a competitive lumberjack on Colby’s woodsmen’s team. At his funeral, friends and woodsmen remembered Max as “loving life, loving family and friends, living passionately.” A classmate remembered Max as “a sweet, kind, insanely creative, and brilliant guy who embodied everything it means to be a Colby woodsman.” Please take a moment to remember our friend.