Luke Black ’90

In late August my family and I (my wife, Katia, and daughter, Amina) relocated from New York to Portland, Oregon. I continue to work for the United Nations Development Program as an advisor on climate change and environmental finance issues. So far, we are enjoying life in the beautiful Pacific Northwest! I am elated to […]

John Busterud ’72

I retired from PG&E last fall after 31 years as Managing Counsel and Senior Director where I was fortunate to work on a number of emerging environmental issues, including climate change regulation at the state, regional, and national levels. This spring I was elected to the board of the California Council for Environmental and Economic […]

Lauren Bosche ’10

As of May 2017, I am moving to Tallahassee, Florida, for a job offer, having never set foot in the state! As a Hazard Mitigation/Resiliency Planner with Arcadis, I will be engaged in flooding mitigation efforts both locally and across the nation and in an upcoming project in the Everglades with the Army Corps of […]

Lance Ignon ’74

I finally reached my goal of opening my own business: a communications firm specializing in environmental issues, most of them related to climate change. One of my clients is, like me, a former faculty brat and Thacher grad! Our daughters, Lili and Sophia, are thriving and worship Bryan Beckham (CdeP 1974) thanks to his gift […]

Terry Kelly ’64

We are so fortunate to have two young grandchildren now: Liam (3 1/2) and Isla (8 months–the first girl in the Kelly family since about 1910!). All three of our sons now live in Madison with their wives. It is terrific to have the family together. We sold the last of our businesses (Weather Central […]