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Jason Del Pozzo
Brendan Bellefeuille is business development manager for a Boston-based technology firm that specializes in the research and development of hardware and software solutions.
Michelle Bernstein married Eric Simkin in Palo Alto, CA, last August. Kathryn Wink, Yael Katz, Krystle Quinn Dalton, Emma Staatz, Derek Oberman, Rebecca Balder, Daniel Pratt, and Christian Dunne ’07 attended the wedding. The newlyweds live in Los Angeles. Michelle is a registered hospital nurse and attends graduate school at Azusa Pacific University.
Jill Hanson moved from Boston to Los Angeles in August to take a position teaching English at the Viewpoint School, a co-ed K–12 independent school. Instead of flying, she drove across the country with a friend and enjoyed seeing, among other places, the Badlands in South Dakota and Arches National Park in Utah.
Alex Koch’s video projection design for the play Irena’s Vow can be seen at the Walter Kerr on Broadway in NYC. The show will run indefinitely.
Lindsay Leal lives in Boston, MA, where she works for Yahoo and “is killing it, per usual.”
Erica Meade moved to Oakland, CA, to pursue an MBA in design strategy, a program focused on innovation, sustainability, and leadership. It’s the first of its kind in the US, and Erica is a member if its first graduating class.
After graduation Patrick O’Leary moved to California. He lives in San Francisco with his wife and works in business strategy for an advertising company.
Miriam Popper is pursuing a master’s in criminology at the University of Pennsylvania.
Josh Singer spent six months training for his run in the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, DC, in October.
Matt Ferrari relocated to Washington, DC, last August to pursue an MBA at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. He currently lives in the Georgetown area with good friend Russell Dey. He also sees fellow Thoroughbreds Rob Parks ’03 and John Thornton ’03 regularly in the DC area. Prior to moving to the nation’s capital Matt and Rich Palmer traveled to Italy and Hvar, Croatia. Rich relocated to Boston last August to pursue an MBA at Boston University’s School of Management. He regularly spends time with fellow Thoroughbreds Brendan Bellefeuille, Patrick Bigelow, and Jason Del Pozzo.
Elizabeth Closson is working on a master’s in anthropology and development management at the London School of Economics. Before leaving for school, Elizabeth worked as a cowgirl on her family’s ranch in New Mexico.
Dorsey Ward Harris reports that the Talford Gentlemen’s Club (represented by Frankie Camarrano, Josh Jones, Doug Miller, Tim Gates, Bleecker Wheeler, and Mike Pyers) and the Head Foundation (represented by Porsey Harris, Samantha Anderson, and Haley Jacobs) had their first annual meeting and campout in Salisbury, CT, over Labor Day weekend. “A glorious time was had by all.”
Katherine Driver lives in Portland, MA, where she is a counselor at Portland Regional High School. She is still involved in music, both as a vocalist and an aspiring bass player.
Joanna Caliman and William Ziese ’04 were married October 11 in Long Island, NY. Greg Ludovici ’04 and Mike Sciaretto ’04 were groomsmen, and Matt Bohenek was a reader. There were 16 Skiddies in attendance. Bill works for Travelers Insurance company, and Joanna teaches fourth grade; they live in Manchester, CT.
Co-secretary Kristen Coates is working on an MBA at UMass-Amherst.
In Providence, RI, co-secretary Jason Del Pozzo is looking forward to a few business trips, including Tokyo and Keystone, later this spring.