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Hello, ’14s! I hope you’re well and enjoying the summer so far. It was lovely to see you all who attended our reunion early this month, and I hope everyone had a blast! I always love going back to Hanover; that feeling of first walking back onto campus is unlike anything else. It definitely feels like a homecoming. It was lovely reconnecting with many of you, and I hope to see you all at various events in the future elsewhere! For those of you who were unable to attend, we hope you’ll be able to come to the 10-year; time surely will fly, as it always does. And now, to the news!
Aaron McGee will obtain his M.B.A. upon graduating from Wharton this year. Although he wasn’t able to make the Dartmouth class of 2014 five-year reunion (super disappointed, by the way), he was thinking of his classmates from Europe, where he will be completing an M.B.A. exchange program at INSEAD’s Fontainebleau, France, campus. Anyone should feel free to look him up in Europe this summer or in New York City, where he will be returning to work in management consulting, starting this fall!
Anna Winham wrote in to update us on her two roles. “As the director of corporate relations at DHP, I organize art fairs in Miami and Barbados with a focus on underserved genres. In particular, I manage our sponsorships, venues, marketing, and contracts. As the director of marketing at Biblionasium, an education-tech startup that has been dubbed ‘the GoodReads for kids,’ I manage our publisher advertising relationships as well as our digital marketing strategy.”
Deborah Yeoh-Wang was promoted to a product strategy manager, unified membership experience, on the digital experience and platforms team at American Express. Her team focuses on ensuring that commercial customers have a streamlined and uniform experience using its products. She also recently visited Reykjavik, Iceland, with fellow ’14 Semarley Jarrett.
Emily Jordan reports, “I recently started my M.B.A. in international business at the University of Colorado Denver, and I am loving it so far. I also just kicked off my fourth season of road racing. My last season was cut short for hip surgery last summer, so it feels great to be back to training and racing full time!”
Mike Zhu also sent in an update: “I have been living in Boston since graduation with two Dartmouth alums (Anoush Arakelian and Amrita Sankar ’12) and recently started a new job at Bain as a consultant. Since graduation I’ve remained connected to the Upper Valley, often visiting my girlfriend, Abiah Pritchard ’17, who is in her first year at Geisel, and our new dog Frankie.”
Thank you to everyone who emailed in and have a lovely rest of the summer!
—Jessica Womack, 223 Madison Ave., Box E, Fort Washington, PA 19034; email@example.com