Class of 2014
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Congratulations to Chisom Obi-Okoye for making Forbes’ “30 Under 30” list! Chisom, a product marketing manager at Pinterest, is referred to as “the powerhouse behind the app’s modern creator-monetization space” in an article recently published in People of Color in Tech, which was highlighted by Dartmouth news weekly in mid-December.
Chris Price completed a Ph.D. in materials science from Penn in the spring and moved to Boston in July with his fiancée, Caitlin Azzo. Chris and Caitlin were introduced by David Lerner and will be getting married in Philadelphia in June. Chris founded a startup in Boston called Atomic Data Sciences that builds analytics software for advanced semiconductor manufacturing and is looking forward to launching the company’s first product in early 2023. Also this year, Chris and Caitlin will be moving to Providence, Rhode Island, for Caitlin’s emergency medicine faculty role at Brown.
Vincent La and Helen Hou got married in San Francisco on December 9. Several classmates grew their family during the last several months as well. Mila Sheeline welcomed her son, Spence, into the world on June 13, Lauren (Jenny) Foley gave birth to her son, Carter, on September 23; and Lela (McCrea) Rincavage welcomed the newest member of her family, Kieran, on October 24.
Give a huge rouse to the countless ’14s who tackled the New York City Marathon in early November. Alesy (Iturrey) Lerner, Carly Emmer, John Bleday, Josh Hall, and Maggie Scanlon were among our classmates who took on the challenge. Dr. Lindsay Walsh was also in attendance as part of a medical team helping those affected by the unusually warm weather.
Renee Lai wrote in from Texas with an update on a museum show that she is running with a collaborator at the Elisabet Ney Museum in Austin: “I worked with fellow artist Rosa Nussbaum to make our show, titled ‘The Bathing of the Sphinx.’ It consists of a video installation that explores the key themes of the exhibition. On the exterior grounds of the museum the main sculptural element welcomes visitors to the show: A double-headed sphinx, the faces cast from me and Rosa Nussbaum, twists back to stare at its own image in the reflecting pond. The work weaves our bodies and our experiences of art, land, and femininity into Elisabet Ney’s personal history. We attempt to understand their own fraught relationships with Texas, femininity, and struggles of being a female artist.” Be sure to check out Renee’s work if you find yourself in Austin!
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