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Sophie Luxmoore is a special-ed teacher and member of the Washington, DC, Teaching Fellows. The two-year program offers teachers who commit to working in the DC area assistance in obtaining masters degrees. So far, she comments, things are going really well.
Rachael Masons plans to move to Los Angeles were cancelled when her brother, Christopher, decided to abandon his projects there and move back East. Rachel is now director of the ImprovOlympic Theater in Chicago, where she also performs every Friday and Saturday with Baby Wants Candy. She would love to hear from classmates at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lisa Mathaisel practices law in Newport Beach, CA. She loves living and working by the beach.
Christopher Atwater moved into a beautiful new home in Richmond, VA, with wife Tricy. Currently pursuing a masters in sports management, he is happy as a lark. A grand opening deck party at his home last fall was attended by John Cooney, who commented, Who knew pork ribs could taste this good?
Julie Anderson-Exposito lives in Miami Beach with husband Joel and their newborn daughter, Isabella. A French teacher for the past seven years, Julie recently received a masters in TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages).
Amy Lamb Renner announces the birth of daughter Zahy in March 2004. They live in Lowell, MA.