Class NotesView All Notes for Class of 2010
Lucretia Witte is starting her fourth year as the executive director (a.k.a. principal) of the expeditionary learning program at Summit Public Schools, a charter network serving the Bay Area and Seattle area. Lucretia used her interviewing and coaching skills to prep Thea Sutton for interviews for a new role in advocacy at Genentech, which Thea recently accepted!
Kari Cholnoky attended the wedding of her little brother, Robbie Cholnoky ’13, to Sara Medina-DeVilliers ’12 in Virginia in August, with Dartmouth folks from ’77 to ’13!
Chris Bustard finished the Tor Des Géants ultra marathon through the Italian Alps this September. The course was 220 miles long with 80,000 feet of climbing, and he completed it in six days. (Whattt?!) Chris says he couldn’t have done it without the support of his wife, Kate Lyon ’05.
Landon Brown and Ali (Flanagan) Brown welcomed their daughter, Madison Carter Brown, on September 13. “Madison has already been visited by several Dartmouth friends and we can’t wait for her first trip to Hanover!”
C.P. Frost: “Starting in January 2020, I will serve as youth justice policy coordinator in the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families. Our team continues to reform the state’s approach to youth justice by adopting validated risk assessment and case planning tools, modernizing data systems, encouraging innovative practices at the county level, and integrating our work with the full continuum of care in child welfare. Most importantly, we focus on developmentally appropriate practice and center youth voice in our policymaking process.”
Peter Boldt and his business partner have founded an architecture and design office based in New York City called Howard St. They’ve recently been joined by fellow ’10 Matt Wang and are working on a range of hospitality, commercial, and residential projects in New York, Chicago, D.C., and L.A.
Finally, a Jake Routhier joke submission: “I got to see our classmate and friend Lou-Lou in L.A. this summer, and she shared with me some exciting news that you might want to put in the Class Notes. Ms. Igbokwe won a Moth story-slam with her endearing tale of how she finally stepped out of her sister’s over-sized Jelly’s footwear. The story is called Lou-Lou Loses Her Loose Ooze Shoes.”
—Jennifer Chong, 7A Marine View, 19 Middle Lane, Discovery Bay, Lantau, Hong Kong; firstname.lastname@example.org
ObituariesView All Obituaries for Class of 2010
Robert M. Hoffman ’10 passed away peacefully in his sleep on September 21, 2015, in Los Angeles. At 27 years old, Robert led a short but full life. He came to Dartmouth from Bethlehem Central High School in Delmar, New York.