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Class of 2011

    • 01/20/2020

      L-E Baldwin BA ’11, after six years of connecting communities at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, has shifted focus toward Planned Parenthood of Utah. Baldwin is currently partnering with the Pride Center to create Utah’s first transgender puberty education program. Baldwin, who is in the final semester of an MA program at Westminster College, is researching community building through artistic expression with gender nonconforming youth.

    • 10/13/2017

      Maia Boucher BA ’11 and Ben Perkins BA ’11, August 12, 2017 on Mount Hood in Oregon. Attendees included Matt Yelin BA ’11, Tessa Marzulla BA ’11, Andrew Quigley BA ’09, Lili Pill-Kahan BA ’11, Alex Beck BA ’11, Susan Su BA ’11, Robert Monteiro BA ’11, Claire Monteiro BA ’10, Hilary Gray BA ’10, Alice Longley Miller BA ’09, and Dan Miller BA ’09.

    • 06/14/2019

      Maren Corbly BA ’11 graduated in May 2019 from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado, with an MA in clinical mental health counseling, with a concentration in mindfulness-based transpersonal counseling.

    • 02/01/2018

      Katie Dahlhausen BA ’11 married her partner, Matthew, while scuba diving off the coast of Maui on August 29, 2017. They currently live in Davis, California.

    • 10/13/2017

      Alix Dixon BA ’11 graduated from Tulane University in 2016 with an MD/MPH. She is now back in Portland for the second year of her general surgery residency at Oregon Health & Science University.

    • 10/13/2017

      Chessa Eckels Anderson BA ’11 is in her second year as a middle school science teacher at the Jane Goodall Environmental Middle School in Salem, Oregon, a school that focuses on conservation biology, community service, and field learning. She received her M.S. in teaching from Portland State University in 2015.

    • 08/03/2017

      Rachel Erickson BA ’11 and Micah Cole-Wilkin, December 29, 2016. Theodore Stenmark BA ’13 and Laura Nash BA ’13 were in attendance.

    • 06/14/2019

      Annie Fassler BA ’11 and husband Jonah Geil-Neufeld BA ’11 have officially launched their new podcast production company, Puddle Creative. Check out their website: www.puddlecreative.com

    • 12/07/2017

      Jonah Geil-Neufeld BA ’11 and Annie Fassler BA ’11, September 23, 2017, in Chicago, by Susan McBerry (instructor in voice at L&C). Attendees included Mac Cooper BA ’09, Carmelle Cooper BA ’12, Emilie Sanchez BA ’11, Kylie Della BA ’10, Walt J. BA ’11, Terra Leifer BA ’10, Elizabeth Bartholomew BA ’11, Sophie Duba BA ’11, Andrew Erickson BA ’14, Sierra Bertolone-Smith BA ’15, Carolyn Pursinger BA ’11, Branden Pursinger BA ’12, Alison Stake BA ’11, and Dylan Peden BA ’10.

    • 06/14/2019

      Annie Fassler BA ’11 and husband Jonah Geil-Neufeld BA ’11 have officially launched their new podcast production company, Puddle Creative. Check out their website: www.puddlecreative.com

    • 12/07/2017

      Jonah Geil-Neufeld BA ’11 and Annie Fassler BA ’11, September 23, 2017, in Chicago, by Susan McBerry (instructor in voice at L&C). Attendees included Mac Cooper BA ’09, Carmelle Cooper BA ’12, Emilie Sanchez BA ’11, Kylie Della BA ’10, Walt J. BA ’11, Terra Leifer BA ’10, Elizabeth Bartholomew BA ’11, Sophie Duba BA ’11, Andrew Erickson BA ’14, Sierra Bertolone-Smith BA ’15, Carolyn Pursinger BA ’11, Branden Pursinger BA ’12, Alison Stake BA ’11, and Dylan Peden BA ’10.

    • 01/20/2020

      Christina Greever BA ’11 and Zach Wilson BA ’10, September 1, 2019, in Vail, Colorado. Attendees included Anne Blackmar-McHugh BA ’10, Tessa Marzulla BA ’11, Andrew Quigley BA ’09, Charlie Blackmar BA ’06, Kylie Della BA ’10, Walt Della BA ’11, Maren Corbly BA ’11, Carolyn Pursinger BA ’11, Branden Pursinger BA ’12, Asa Weiss BA ’10, Danielle Fagre BA ’10, Kirsten Fix BA ’10, MA ’17, Camron Roberts BA ’08, Emily Deichsel BA ’09, Daniel Lockley BA ’10, Elizabeth Terhune BA ’10, and Matthias Kullowatz BA ’09.

    • 10/13/2017

      Erika Harris BA ’11 has started a new job in Seattle as the communications director for Trust Women, an abortion provider network operating in underserved communities.

    • 02/01/2018

      Walt J. BA ’11 and Kylie Della BA ’10, September 17, 2016, in McCall, Idaho. Soon thereafter, they set off on a year of traveling and working abroad. Their adventures led them through Thailand, New Zealand, Japan, Portugal, France, and the Netherlands, all while working remotely with clients and coworkers back in the Pacific Northwest. Wanderlust sated, they’re thrilled to be settling down once again in their home in Seattle.

    • 02/01/2018

      Rachel Klabunde BA ’11 received her MS in global health and population from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in May 2017. During the 2017-18 academic year, she is on a Harvard travel fellowship in Chile, where she is studying adolescent smoking. In summer 2017, she married the love of her life, Hector, in Medford, Oregon.

    • 11/15/2019

      David Kroman BA ’11 visited Lewis & Clark in fall 2019 for an alumni reading and discussion. He spoke about his postgraduate life and how he keeps the writing fire lit.

    • 06/13/2018

      Ben Larson BA ’11 is a fixture in the Portland music world. He currently sings and plays mandolin and guitar for the Ben Larsen Band, Crow and the Canyon, and The Giraffe Dodgers.

    • 04/10/2018

      To Richie LeDonne Lenne BA ’11 and Eline Leemans Lenne BA ’13, baby Nico Rye, January 27, 2018.

    • 02/22/2019

      Jessica Lodal BA ’11 earned an ND (naturopathic doctorate) degree from the National University of Health Sciences outside of Chicago. She graduated valedictorian and summa cum laude. This degree, along with her DC (doctor of chiropractic), allows her to practice as a natural primary care physician in Illinois. In addition to private practice, she is also a part-time clinical supervisor for naturopathic interns at a health clinic in the Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center located in downtown Chicago.

    • 11/14/2019

      Rhea Manley BA ’11 a writer and educator based in Jamaica, published her poem “Warrior Princess” in PREE literary magazine. In 2019, Manley was shortlisted for the Poet Laureate of Jamaica Edward Baugh Prize for Poetry.

    • 10/13/2017

      Tessa Marzulla BA ’11 earned a master’s degree in genetic counseling from the University of Michigan in April 2017. She has since moved back to the Pacific Northwest and now works as a prenatal genetic counselor at Swedish Hospital in Seattle. She lives with her fiancé, Andrew Quigley BA ’09, and cat Renly.

    • 02/22/2019

      Tessa Marzulla BA ’11 and Andrew Quigley BA ’10, October 20, 2018, in Enumclaw, Washington. Including the newlyweds, there were 27 L&C alumni in attendance. Christina Greever BA ’11 officiated.

    • 10/13/2017

      Paige McFeeley BA ’11 began a new job in August 2017 as sports information director at Black Hills State University in Spearfish, South Dakota. She’s responsible for promoting 14 NCAA Division II sports as well as rodeo.

    • 07/09/2019

      Kate Myers BA ’11 has joined the general liability and auto defense trial group at Jones, Skelton & Hochuli in Phoenix.

    • 07/08/2019

      Katherine Paul BA ’11 is an artist, talent booker, and frontperson for the indie rock band Black Belt Eagle Scout. Her first album, Mother of My Children, was rereleased by Saddle Creek Records in late 2018 with plans for a national tour. Paul’s music deals with the personal and the political, from the pain of a fading love to the fury of social injustice. Paul’s identity–she was born and raised on the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community in Washington–is key to her work as an artist. “I think it’s important,” she says, “for people to know that native women exist and native women are strong and resilient.”

    • 02/19/2019

      Katherine Paul BA ’11 is a rock musician and the frontperson of the indie rock band Black Belt Eagle Scout. In a conversation with Pacific Standard Magazine, Paul talked about using music to explore her indigenous and queer identity in a culture that is dominated almost completely by white male artists. She was raised on the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community reservation in Washington, where she found inspiration in the powwow drumming traditions of her family and the riot grrrl scene of the Pacific Northwest. “I want to talk about my music and background, and hopefully other indigenous and queer voices can be raised up too.”

    • 06/07/2018

      Katherine Paul BA ’11, who performs as Black Belt Eagle Scout, has released her first solo album, Mother of My Children. She recently received a shout-out in Willamette Week’s “Best of Portland” issue. Since studying at Lewis & Clark, Paul has performed with various local bands, including Genders and Forest Park. Her desire to go her own way stemmed from a need to branch out creatively. “I wanted to feel fulfilled and to flourish in music,” she said in an interview with Oregon Public Broadcasting.

    • 10/30/2017

      To Carolyn Pursinger BA ’11 and Branden Pursinger BA ’12, daughter Natalie Amelia Pursinger, February 22, 2017. The family lives in Tualatin, Oregon.

    • 03/08/2019

      Jennifer Schildmeyer BA ’11 is on track to earn her MD from the Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine in May 2019. In addition to starting her residency in family medicine, she is getting ready to marry her partner, Tanner Clement, a nice Minnesota boy with no ties to L&C.

    • 07/08/2019

      Mariah Shields BA ’11 is principal for Arrow Benefits Group in Petaluma, California. North Bay Business Journal named her one of its Forty Under 40 for 2019.

    • 06/28/2018

      Katherine Shores BA ’11 recently earned her DVM from the Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. A longtime advocate for homeless and neglected animals, Shores has worked as a veterinary technician at the Anti-Cruelty Society in Chicago and spay/neuter programs in the Caribbean and Costa Rica. She plans on pursuing a career in shelter medicine.

    • 06/28/2018

      Hannah Somhegyi BA ’11 earned a PhD in neuroscience from Harvard University in May 2018. Over the summer, she biked across Norway before moving back to Portland. Somhegyi plans to pursue data science and continue her freelance work as a visual designer. She helps scientists explore and communicate their data using visualizations and illustrations.

    • 02/22/2019

      Kai Watts BA ’11 and Mary Bodine BA ’09, JD ’13, in the Estate Gardens on Lewis & Clark’s campus.

    • 06/14/2019

      Meryl Wisner BA ’11 has written her debut novel, Something to Talk About, which will be published by Berkley, an imprint of Penguin Random House, in June 2020.

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