Beth Roberts Farley ’84

Better late than never: I successfully completed my Master of Education in Professional School Counseling in June 2019. It was a challenge paired with working full-time, parenting 3 kids (still at home), and getting a divorce. But I have learned the true meaning of the saying, “That which does not kill you, makes you stronger” […]

Andrew Holman ’77

Couldn’t be more appreciative of the ’77 and ’78 support for Inmedix, defining actionable stress biomarkers from human electronic signals (ECG, EEG, etc.) in our patent-protected ‘e-laboratory’ in the Azure cloud to improve care of autoimmune disease. Trying repeating all that 3 times quickly. Immuno-autonomics video Andrew Holman CdeP 1977

Katie Harmon Courage ’01

My latest book, Cultured: How Ancient Foods Can Feed the Microbiome, was published this February by Avery/Penguin Random House. Just a few months before the book’s arrival, my husband, Dave, and I welcomed our first baby–and are beyond grateful to have had Carina Fisher nearby for support! Katie Harmon Courage CdeP 2001

Alison Flynn ’03

As of January 2019, I’ve embarked on a new career as a software engineer. While I’ve loved the entrepreneur life for six years as a comic and game shop owner, there’s something to be said for stability and enterprise-level resources. I’m still happily ensconced in the craft beer capital of the world, and will gladly […]

Sarah O’Brien ’86

Raul Pacheco (CdeP ’86) and his band Ozomatli gave an amazing benefit concert for Tom Cole (CdeP ‘87) and his wife Linda’s nonprofit organization African Women Rising on Saturday, September 15. It was great to see Tom Hale (CdeP ’86) who flew down from San Francisco along with J.P. Manoux (CdeP ‘87) and his wife, Valerie, […]

Andrew Holman ’77

Fantastic to be working with so many Thacher alums to develop the new medical field of immuno-autonomics – especially our new Inmedix VP of Corporate Development, Stuart Hwang, PhD ’78. I could not be more appreciative of their support and confidence to help Inmedix, Inc. and subsidiary Inmedix UK Ltd. make a difference for patients […]

Katie Kirkmire Vining ’94

I had the wonderful experience of sharing a weekend in New York City and attending fellow classmate and dear friend Kenyon Phillips’s variety show at Joe’s Pub. Dubbed Unisex Salon with Kenyon Phillips, the show featured talented singers, dancers, actors and comedians, and a guest performance by my five year old son, Mitch “Bird” Vining. […]