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Amanda MacArthur Scopelliti (Engr '06 L/M) and her husband, Frank, welcomed a daughter, Ava Rose, on June 18, 2014. Ava is the granddaughter of Duncan MacArthur (Engr ’65 L/M). The family resides in Thornwood, N.Y.

Posted 09/03/2014

Stephen Morgan (SCPS '13 ) is an auditor for the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Inspector General in Washington, D.C. Previously, he was an accounting tech with Defense Finance and Accounting Service in Rome, N.Y.

Posted 09/03/2014

Nevin Meissner (Col '12 L/M) received a Master of Education degree in human development and psychology from Harvard University in May 2014. While at Harvard, Mr. Meissner worked in admissions at Harvard Divinity School and assisted with several research projects. He currently resides in Cambridge, Mass.

Posted 09/03/2014

Natalie Eller (Col '12 L/M) has been selected to participate in the 2014-15 New York City Urban Fellows Program, a nine-month fellowship that combines work in mayoral offices and city agencies with an intensive seminar series that explores current urban issues affecting public policy.

Posted 09/03/2014

Robert John Shaughnessy III (Col '10, Com '11 L/M) and Noella Overbey (Col ’11 L/M) welcomed their first child, a daughter, Maya Grace, on June 19, 2014. The family resides in Plainsboro, N.J.

Posted 09/03/2014

Joseph Byars Duty (Engr '10 L/M) and Kelly Kathleen Ebert (Col ’11 L/M) were married at the University of Virginia Chapel on March 22, 2014. Mr. Duty is the son of James Duty (Com ’79 L/M) and Rebecca Coble Duty (Educ ’79 L/M), and Ms. Ebert is the daughter of Mark Ebert (Col ’75 L/M) and Cynthia Cleer Ebert (Col ’76 L/M). The couple resides in Fairfax, Va., where Mr. Duty is an IT consultant with Catapult Systems and Ms. Ebert is a contract specialist for the federal government.

Posted 09/03/2014

Zachary Drew Shapiro (Engr '09 L/M) and Susan Jane Grayden Bowden (Col ’10 L/M) were married on May 24, 2014, in Asheville, N.C. The couple resides in Raleigh, N.C., where Ms. Shapiro is a combined veterinary/Ph.D. student at North Carolina State University and Mr. Shapiro is an M.B.A. student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Posted 09/03/2014

Andrew Durfor (Grad '09 ) is a chemist for the Office of Compliance in the Center for Devices and Radiological Health at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. He recently began his one-year Mike Mansfield Fellowship in Ishikawa prefecture in Japan, where he will participate in a homestay and intensive language training before working for 10 months in a Japanese government agency or ministry in Tokyo. During his practical training, Mr. Durfor will seek to gain insight into the pressures and priorities that influence medical device regulation in Japan with attention to the risk management elements used for foreign manufacturers.

Posted 09/03/2014

Nicole “Niki” Davila (Col '08 L/M) and Johnny McCarthy were married on March 8, 2014. The couple resides in Honolulu, where Ms. McCarthy works for the Muscular Dystrophy Association and Mr. McCarthy is a third-year medical resident with the U.S. Army.

Posted 09/03/2014

Katherine “Katie” Calogero (Col '08 L/M) was named to the 2014 list of Washington, D.C., Rising Stars. She is an attorney in the government contracts and investigations practice group at Jackson Kelly. Her practice focuses on government contracts, including all aspects of contract formation, administration and dispute resolution.

Posted 09/03/2014

Lindsey Ruhf Smith (Col '07 ) and Bryan A. Smith (Col ’07) welcomed a daughter, Emory Davis, on April 24, 2014. The family resides in Louisville, Ky.

Posted 09/03/2014

Caleb Winslow Ballew (Col '07 ) is an attorney with the law firm of Martinson & Beason in Huntsville, Ala., where he focuses his practice on criminal law, family law, torts, and trusts and estates.

Posted 09/03/2014

Sarah Styf (Grad '06 ) was selected by the National Association of Independent Schools as a 2014-15 Teacher of the Future. As one of 35 teachers selected for the program, Ms. Styf will participate in a variety of initiatives to strengthen learning and teaching at independent schools, as well as grow her own personal and professional leadership capacity. She teaches 7th-grade science at Marist School in Atlanta, where she uses many leading-edge technologies, including social media and TED talks, as effective teaching tools.

Posted 09/03/2014

Ryan M. Yanovich (Col '05 L/M) and Charles Matthew Herbek (Col ’06 L/M) were married on June 14, 2014, in Tarrytown, N.Y. The couple resides in New York City, where Mr. Yanovich is an associate at O’Melveny & Myers and Mr. Herbek is assistant director of annual giving at the Juilliard School.

Posted 09/03/2014

Faith A. Alejandro (Col '05 L/M) was named to Lawyers of Color’s second annual “Hot List,” which recognizes early- to mid-career minority attorneys working as in-house counsel, government attorneys, and law firm associates and partners. Ms. Alejandro is an attorney at Sands Anderson in Richmond, Va., where her litigation practice focuses on representing businesses and individuals on issues related to commercial matters, employment law, and lawyer professional liability issues. She is active in the Richmond community and is a member of the Richmond Symphony Chorus.

Posted 09/03/2014

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