Jessica Porter Stauth ’00 was hired as vice president of quant strategy at Quantopian, the first browser-based algorithmic trading platform. She joined Quantopian from Thomson Reuters, where she served as director of quant product strategy. * In May Erin Parry ’06 earned two degrees from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine: a Ph.D. in human genetics and molecular biology and an M.D. Parry received the Warfield T. Longscope Prize in Clinical Medicine and was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. She is in her first year of the Osler Medical Residency Training Program at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. * Meaghan Fitzgerald ’08 was named one of Britain’s 30 Under 30 Women in Digital 2013 by The Drum, the country’s top trade publication for the industry. A founding member of 23snaps, Fitzgerald is head of marketing for the company, which lets parents save and privately share photos and videos of their children. * Byron Meinerth ’09 received a Boren Fellowship to study Mandarin Chinese at Nanjing University in China during the 2013-14 academic year. Meinerth is a graduate student in international economics at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.