Jackie Dao Dinneen still lives in the D.C. area and is now the associate policy director in the Office of the First Lady supporting Michelle Obama’s newest initiative, Let Girls Learn. * Justin and Lisa Reinhalter Burner moved to Tennessee where Justin teaches eighth-grade math at Baylor School, a private school in Chattanooga, and Lisa teaches Spanish at Sewanee: The University of the South. * Hillary Wiley McAllister is completing her clinical social work degree while working as a community case manager for adults with intellectual disabilities. Karli Jaffe Efron ’03 has been her field instructor for the last two semesters. Hillary spends her time at work, at school, and with her husband and daughter Brennan, 3. * Kevin and Emily Goodyear Forgett and son Ryan moved to Denver in December. Kevin works for the City of Thornton and Emily works in fundraising and communications consulting. * Chelsea Pawlek marked her five-year anniversary at Ibex Outdoor Clothing, where she works in supply chain management. She was recently elected to the board of directors of an outdoor industry nonprofit, the Conservation Alliance. * Paul and Jillian Parker Blakeslee welcomed daughter Vesper Estelle in June. Rachel Damon and Amy Squires have visited, as did Amanda Restell Mand, who brought her son, Cormac, to play with Vesper’s big brother, Parker, 2. * Sarah Eilefson writes in with updates from her friends. On Dec. 24, 2014, Isabelle Reining and Steve Bayes ’04 welcomed their daughter, Eleanor Marlow Bayes. This summer Haid Garrett married Leon Bloxham in Highlands, N.C. Sarah and Allison Neumeister helped the newlyweds celebrate. This summer Sarah received a Ph.D. in English from Loyola University Chicago. * Catherine Pappas Marks writes with exciting news that she and her husband, Will, bought a boat and will take a sabbatical from their jobs to sail all over the Caribbean next year. They left in October for their big adventure. Follow their blog at www.mondaynever.com. * Lauren Smith Camera recently accepted a job as the national education reporter for U.S. News & World Report. She’ll still be based in Washington and looks forward to continuing to spend free time on the weekends with Jackie Dao Dinneen, Will van der Veen, and the rest of the D.C. Colby crew. * Since seeing many of you at reunion in June, my husband, Brad, and I welcomed our first child, Madison Alexandra Callow, July 9. I am fortunate to be enjoying maternity leave until December, when I will return to Deloitte Consulting as a manager in the Monitor Deloitte Strategy Group. Best wishes for fall and winter.