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Cindy Watson (’65) and her husband Chris (’68) celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, and Dr. Joseph H.G. Wint (’68) published Secrets of a Happy Marriage: Fifty Years of Love.
Josh Craddock (PPE ’13) was sworn into the Colorado bar, and Deborah Harrison (’74) spends her retirement visiting nursing homes with her therapy dogs.
King’s alumni found a coaching business, work with artificial intelligence, and hold a government position in the nation’s capital.
A communications director on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Hailstone (PPE ’13) navigates the tension between being in the center of policy battles and tending the garden of his soul and family.
Melissa McGinnis (’91) became Assistant Director of Admissions at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs at Yale, and Sarah Norton (MCA ’16) was accepted to the London School of Economics to pursue a MSc Media, Communications, and Development.
The performing arts is a competitive place, but King’s students and graduates are finding ways to enter the industry.
Kevin (’85) and Lilly Bals celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary this past July and Brian Bell’s (’91) SoCal school is looking for an upper school principal.
Janet On Anderson (’69) joyously welcomed her third grandchild on June 9, and Rebecca Sears (PPE ’13) was awarded a yearlong Public Policy Fellowship with The Fund for American Studies.
Alumni from the last six decades attended, with a large contingent of 1978 alumni celebrating 40 years since graduation.
Daniel Leiva (PPE ’09) and his wife Brittany welcomed their daughter Chloe Isabella on August 24, 2018. Andrea Noren (’86) works with the homeless and very low-income individuals in an Emergency Housing and Advocacy Program.