Maggie Reniers ’92

With our son home safely from the Marines and our daughter headed off to Davis in the fall, Gwyn and I are excited to get back down to Ecuador to work on getting our foundation (Latitude) off the ground. We will open both a community acupuncture clinic and an English-language school on our hotel property, […]

Ami Becker Aronson ’86

Hard to believe I have lived in DC the past 20 years! I love our nation’s capital and my children are 6th generation. I manage a private foundation and invest in people and ideas (www.bffdc.org). Any toads are always welcome to share arts, culture and democracy! I spent a few days in Reno with Leslie¬†Clark […]

Sophie Brown Twichell ’85

I recently started a new position as the executive director of the National Recreation Foundation which focuses its grant-making on programs for at-risk youth in the field of recreation. My son Cameron is now a soph0more at Thacher – such fun to have an excuse to regularly visit the Ojai Valley! Sophie Brown Twichell CdeP […]

Christopher Carpenter ’58

I retired in 2000 after 30 years with the United Nations having worked in the Congo, Malaysia, China, Japan, Somalia, Vietnam and Russia. Upon retirement I set up a foundation which builds small-scale infrastructure projects in the Central Highlands of Vietnam and, over the past 5 years, primary and secondary schools in North Korea. Having […]