Adam Goldfarb is on the board of directors for WNY Planned Giving Consortium and is a treasurer and board member for Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus Rotary Club. His paper “It’s Not Rocket Science: Back to the Basics of Nonprofits’ Sustainability” was published in Advancing Philanthropy. * After building a hotel-and-travel site, Nikolai Barnwell invested in 43 Internet startups across Africa through his company, 88mph. This year he cofounded a media startup that aims to fill the local content gap in sub-Saharan Africa. * Sarah Storms lives in Brooklyn, is style editor at Lonny magazine, and is getting married in October. * Kat Brzozowski married Wes Miller ’08 in Richmond, N.H., last May. In attendance were John Chung ’08, Nolan Gagne ’08, Skylar Sutton ’08, Ronnie Wise ’08, Keane Ng ’08, Hang Chang ’08, Jim Kelly, Patrick Boland, Andrew Cherne, Elizabeth Zagroba, Casey Lynch, Rob Dillon, and Mike Barrett. * Dan Zawitoski is the legislative director for Congressman Scott Peters from San Diego. * Jen Caruso is director at Octagon, a sports and entertainment marketing agency. She spent two months in Brazil for the FIFA World Cup for work and got engaged to James Farris in August. * Liz O’Neill married John Dennison in September at the Milton Academy Chapel. Caroline Hunt read a Yeats poem. * Ben Hauptman and Elyse Apantaku are now certified foster parents. * Carley Millian graduated from UCLA School of Law last spring and was admitted to practice law in California in December. * Kate Vasconi moved to Houston, where she’s teaching sixth-grade social studies at the Presbyterian School. In March she planned to marry Jack Stoessel in Sonoma County, Calif. * Kim Cohen and Christopher Neil ’07 welcomed son Griffin Dyer Neil in November. * Amy Keefe Bauer got married in October. Sarah Storms, Lee Rotenberg, Kalli White, and Nadège Roux were bridesmaids. * Harry Goldstein lives in Singapore, where he manages a packaging manufacturing plant. * Alex Richards rang in the new year in Boston with Sam Hoff, Scott Zeller, Jay Larmon, and Ben Goldenberg. * Chelsea Eakin works at Paulson Institute in Beijing, where she manages communications and public affairs. * Liza Comeau lives in San Francisco and teaches kindergarten. She returned to Maine for Christmas break and spent New Year’s with Lauren Cipriani. * Lauren McClurg returned to South Africa in 2011. She completed her training as a clinical psychologist and now works at a government hospital that serves underprivileged communities. * Sam Hough works for a software company in Stamford, Conn., and got engaged to Kate Pigue in December. * Collin Weiss passed the Rhode Island and Massachusetts bar exams. He’s in the BU graduate tax program and will graduate in May. * Scott Zeller survived his first semester of PA school at Duke and is training for the Boston Marathon. Danny Wasserman and Dan Heinrich visited Scott Carberry (UNC M.B.A. student) in December. * Dave Metcalf works for Deloitte in Boston. * Over the holidays Dylan Perry bumped into Austin Nicholas and Brett Guenther in Thailand. He’s taking an extra year of medical school to do research and will start residency in 2016. * Jason Stigliano and Alea Thompson are finishing their doctoral coursework in philosophy and educational policy respectively. * Cassie Ornell spent Columbus Day weekend in Florida with Meghan Moynihan, Michelle Presby, Megan Saunders, Soelma Shagdarova, Amanda Smith, Jess Suarez, Jamie Warner, and Cara Whalen. Cassie will move with her fiancé to Copenhagen this spring. * Since graduating, Sean Prockter has conducted bird research in Kruger National Park, South Africa, lived in a tent in Alaska while guiding natives on trail building, been a children’s ski instructor in Colorado, and spent the past two years in Jasper, Alta., as a naturalist hiking guide and driver for Sun Dog Tours while earning his guide license.