Sarah Lavender Smith ’86

After some 25 years of living in the East Bay Area, Morgan (’85) and I are moving year-round to the outskirts of Telluride. We bought property there and have spent the past three years planning and building a home and barn. It’s been a long, exciting process, and we encourage alumni to get in touch […]

Tyfahra Singleton ’96

Recently became Executive Director of a summer camp for Bay Area kids from low-income communities. Kids, many of whom have never been away from home, spend 3 weeks in beautiful San Gregorio near Half Moon Bay, swimming, camping, hiking, reading, doing adventure math, visiting farms, bonding and being kids. I spend a lot of time […]

Alexia Allen ’96

I got an old Amish pony team to help expand our market garden. The team knows more about plowing than I ever will. They are voice-activated, solar-powered, reproduce themselves, their exhaust is fertilizer, and they are fully compostable. I have yet to see any electric car beat that. It’s a new phase for Hawthorn Farm. […]

Aloyse Blair Brown ’96

I am the first woman to run for Hamilton County Mayor in Tennessee and am told that my campaign had profound impact on peoples perceptions of local politics, what politicians look like, and who they are. I won the Democratic primary in May with 70% of the vote, but lost the general election in August […]