Ian Sander '04 lives in San Francisco. He recently joined Grand Rounds, a healthcare tech company, as an Organization Development Partner, where he is designing, testing, and implementing an enterprise-wide leadership development program to facilitate the company's mission to raise the standard of healthcare for everyone, everywhere. Previously, he built the Talent and People Operations organization at HomeLight, a real-estate tech unicorn backed by Menlo and Google Ventures. In May 2019, he earned an MS degree in Organization Development, garnering Dean's Honors, at the University of San Francisco.
Caroline Nutt ’06 started her first year at Georgetown in the Security Studies Program.
Alexis (Alfieri) Mullinix `06 recently got married and just had a baby girl, Campbell! She currently works at Xavier College Prep in Palm Desert in the advancement department. Katie Clancy '07
Carly Muir '06 is a teacher at Allendale Elementary School in Oakland teaching Kindergarten.
started a new job St. Philips School as a Teacher’s Assistant.
Mary Spohn '07
is a co-owner of Swordplay LA and continues to inspire fencers who are looking to excel in the sport.
Amanda Bennett '07
returned to Los Angeles in March 2019 from San Francisco to pursue her full-time MBA at the USC Marshall School of Business. In May, Amanda traveled to Japan for a consulting project based in Tokyo. At the conclusion of that project she will be moving to Seattle to join Microsoft as an MBA Summer intern.
Shea McConnell '09 graduated from Georgetown University in 2017, and has lived there since. He currently works at the American Bus Association, where he helps with the Foundation and some of the councils and committees within the Association.
Christina (Dorobek) Kiernan '00 and Matt Kiernan welcomed their daughter, Camilla Jean Kiernan, born January 5, 2019
Donovan Brambila '02 and Sara Antoun '08 currently work with Deputy District Attorney Lou Parise P '20, '28.
Marina Marmolejo '09 started a nonprofit in New Haven called DreamKit, a web-based platform for youth experiencing homelessness to connect them to services, mentorship, and employment.
Jacqueline Mix '09 will be starting a three year master's program in architecture at Princeton University this fall.
Brian Simpson '04 recently changed career paths. After having spent the past 6 years in talent representation working with actors and writers for both television and film, he joined the sports department of Creative Artists Agency, the largest entertainment agency and one of the most prolific sports agency in the industry. He currently works in the combat sports department, representing some of the biggest names in both mixed martial arts and boxing.