Class NotesView All Notes for Class of 2011
We’re happy to announce that Emily Duke will be taking over the Alumni Council representative position as we say goodbye to Delfina Gonzalez, who just finished her three-year term as our representative! Thank you again, Delfina, for a wonderful three years of service!
Another bit of class notes—while we won’t be seeing each other this summer due to the quarantine, planning is underway for a delayed reunion, so stay tuned. Your class officers—Christine Souffrant (president), Brandon Aiono (vice president), Shelley Han (treasurer), and me, Hillary S. Cheng (secretary)—and the 10-year reunion chairs Michael Brown, Marguerite V. Imbert, and Shayla Mars—will remain in their positions through 2021, when we hope to celebrate our rescheduled reunion.
Cynthia Akagbosu wrote in with an update: “Hello, fellow ’11s. I had the pleasure of marrying fellow ’11 Nathan Swire last summer in May. It was a three-day Jewish, Nigerian, and Catholic wedding bonanza. The bridal party had a great showing from the ’11 class, with Alex Gonazalez, Adriene McCance, Sarah Seng, and Caroline Ward as well as Nathan’s mother, Anne Scott-Putney ’81. I graduated from Tufts University School of Medicine in 2017 and am finishing up my last year at Boston Children’s Hospital in its pediatrics residency program. I am starting a pediatric gastroenterology fellowship at Children’s National Medical Center this summer. Nathan graduated from Harvard Law School shortly after the wedding, has been clerking in the federal district court in Boston under Judge William Young during the past year, and will be joining me in Washington, D.C., to start as an associate lawyer at White & Case.”
How have you been spending the quarantine? Write in and let us know!
—Hillary S. Cheng, 26611 La Roda, Mission Viejo, CA 92691; (603) 546-8452; email@example.com