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  • Lucine Ohannessian and Michelle Yeghyayan ’13

    Lucine Ohannessian had dinner with Michelle Yeghyayan ’13. Valedictorian of her CH graduating class, Michelle has had an impressive trajectory. After getting her BS in Psychobiology with a minor in English from UCLA in 2017 and her MD from the University of Virginia School of Medicine in 2021, Dr. Michelle is now finishing up her final month of pediatric residency at UCLA. Afterwards, she will be practicing primary care pediatrics at various clinics around LA. She is also deeply passionate about global health and is currently working to expand and strengthen developmental pediatrics in Armenia!
  • Lucine Ohannessian and Charles Kwong ‘17

    Lucine Ohannessian recently caught up with Charles Kwong ‘17. Charles played baseball at Stevens Institute of Technology and completed his Master's Degree in Business Analytics from Santa Clara University.
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  • Jason Lee Bruns and Ryan Baer ‘20

    Jason Lee Bruns and Ryan Baer ’20 caught up over brunch at Aeirloom Bakery. Ryan is graduating this May with a BS in Music Industry from USC Thornton. Check out his IG (@RyanBaerr) for updates on new music he’s producing.
  • Rachel Turner and Ayden Grace ‘23

    Ayden Grace ‘23 was one of Rachel Turner’s dancers for a choreographic project for the NACHMO LA (National Choreography Month) showcase, where choreographers were tasked with creating a piece in a month.
  • Jessica LeBlanc and Sullivan (“Sully”) Williams ’19

    Jessica LeBlanc met with Sullivan (“Sully”) Williams ’19 who recently graduated from NYU. She is currently living in NYC with a fellow alum who graduated CH in 2018. Sully balances her work as an assistant at an art gallery with making her own art.
  • Jessica LeBlanc and Stephanie Lisanti ’16, Annika Berglund ’16, and Talia Oberfeld ’16

    Jessica LeBlanc met up with Stephanie Lisanti ’16, Annika Berglund ’16, and Talia Oberfeld ’16, her first CH yearbook editorial staff. They all live in LA and work in marketing, graphic design, and finance, respectively. Her former students shared how their experience as part of the yearbook staff prepared them to navigate the workplace.
  • Jessica LeBlanc and Nick Gudis ’22

    Jessica LeBlanc had brunch with Nick Gudis ’22. Nick noted how much Gabi Ferrer's guidance in printmaking significantly impacted his relationship with art.
  • Gabrielle Ferrer ’01 and Hannah Saidiner ’17

    Gabrielle Ferrer ’01 met up with Hannah Saidiner ’17 for a bite to eat in Atwater. Hannah, who graduated from Cal Arts with a degree in animation, recently directed and designed an animation for Nestle Global that showcases how the company is reducing its carbon footprint and helping green Australia. Click here to watch the video.
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  • Dr. Steve Wachs and Cally Crane ’20, Jesse Goldberg ’20, Joely Granatt ’23, Rose Greer ’22, and Sophia Pinkerton ’23

    While in New Orleans, Dr. Steve Wachs met up with CH alumni who are attending Tulane University and thriving. Cally Crane ’20 studies Business Management major/Psychology minor, Jesse Goldberg ’20 studies Real Estate Development, Joely Granatt ’23 studies Communications, Rose Greer ’22 studies Marketing, and Sophia Pinkerton ’23 studies Psychology and Cognitive Science.
  • Allison Shrage and Lauren Cohen Schorr ’08

    Allison Shrage met with Lauren Cohen Schorr ‘08 for coffee earlier this week. Lauren graduated with a degree in nursing from the University of Michigan and earned a doctor of nursing practice at the University of Washington. Lauren is a pediatric nurse practitioner specializing in diabetes. She is married and has two daughters.
  • Elena Malone and Charlotte White ’19

    Elena Malone met Charlotte White ’19 for coffee. Charlotte is finishing her final year at Boston College. She conveyed how much she loved CH and how well-prepared she felt for college. Charlotte especially appreciated the research skills she gained in AP Capstone with Ms. Malone and Ms. Sciuto.
  • Luis Delgado and Annabel Bastien ’23, Silver Echavarria ’23, Dylan Wheelock ’23, and Luna Mock ’23

    Luis Delgado met up for lunch with four recent graduates. Annabel Bastien ’23 is studying Jazz and Contemporary Vocal Performance at The New School. Silver Echavarria ’23 is studying Video Game Design at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Dylan Wheelock ’23 is studying Marine Biology at the University of Washington and recently joined the AFROTC program. Luna Mock ’23 is studying Scenic Design at Cornish College.
  • Gabrielle Ferrer ‘01 and Rio Hanson ‘23

    Gabrielle Ferrer ‘01  met up with Rio Hanson ‘23 for lunch. Rio loves school, is happy on the rugby team, and works hard in his labs. He is considering a double major in Religion and shared how he fondly remembers his class with Head of School Julian Bull. He is now in Australia and will then head to Vietnam to backpack for two weeks!
  • Gabrielle Ferrer ‘01 and Finn Darby ‘23

    Gabrielle Ferrer ‘01  met up with Finn Darby ‘23 for coffee and a hike. They had a great time catching up. Finn is studying interior design at The New School and is enjoying New York. He loved his first semester classes but misses the wheel and is looking forward to getting back into ceramics in the spring!
  • Allison Shrage and Katherine Miller ’07

    Allison Shrage met with Katherine Miller ’07 for dinner. After taking AP Art History in high school and majoring in art history in college, Katherine now works as the Senior Sale Coordinator for the Modern Decorative Art and Design Department at Bonhams Auctioneers where she just celebrated her ten-year anniversary with the company.
  • Valerie P. Jiménez, Ph.D. and Rio Hanson '23, Finn Darby '23, and Paolo Pesce '23

    Valerie P. Jiménez, Ph.D. connected with Rio Hanson ’23, Finn Darby ’23, and Paolo Pesce ’23. Valerie was happy to hear them each share how grateful they are for Campbell Hall. They are particularly thankful for the library sessions with Ms. Sciuto where they learned to do research and find information.
  • Melanie Goldring '13 and Betsy Santonastaso

    Melanie Goldring ’13 visited Mrs. Santonastaso's AP Spanish classes on December 4 to speak about her work with AYUDA, an organization that helps young people with diabetes in the Dominican Republic. Click here to learn more.
  • Katie Kline '01 and Louisa Solarz '16

    Louisa Solarz ’16 stopped by Campbell Hall to visit with Katie Kline ’01, Chair of the Visual Arts Department.
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  • Elizabeth Santonastaso and Margaret Stratford ’78

    Argyll alumna Margaret Stratford ’78 visited Señora Santonastaso's Spanish class on November 2 where she practiced her Spanish with the students and told them about Campbell Hall's first high school, Argyll Episcopal Academy, which was the all-girls institution from which she graduated.
  • Coach Brad Himes, Tanner Mahon ’23 and Joey Light Rake ’20

    Baseball Coach Brad Himes met up with two former CH star baseball players, Tanner Mahon ’23 and Joey Light Rake ’20.
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  • Jim Meade and Mick Giacchino ’16

    Mick Giacchino ’16 connected with Jim Meade. 
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  • Jason Lee Bruns and Jackson Shanks ’19

    Jason Lee Bruns caught up with Jackson Shanks ’19, a former student and CH Steel Band member. 
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  • Lucine Ohannessian and Liza Jacoby ’18

    Lucine Ohannessian and Liza Jacoby ’18 met up for breakfast in South Pasadena over the weekend. Liza is pursuing her Ph.D. in Mathematics from UC Berkeley.
  • Josh Adell and Mary Chieffo ’11

    Mary Chieffo ’11 and Josh Adell connected recently! 
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  • Allison Shrage and Jordan White ’17

    Allison Shrage met with Jordan White ’17 last week! 
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