Jason Friedrichs is currently working in San Francisco. He is engaged to be married in 2010.
Lisa Friedrichs is living in San Francisco and working in Mountain View. Lisa, like her brother Jason, is also engaged to be married in 2010.
Dana Bronfman is currently a senior at Colorado College, where she is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority and Co-Captain of the Equestrian Team. She recently spent this fall semester studying abroad in Barcelona, Spain.
Caroline Conner recently graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in archaeology and anthropology from Hertford College at the University of Oxford. She is now studying cuisine and patisserie at Le Cordon Bleu in London.
Kate (Michelson) Goldkamp graduated cum laude from Bryn Mawr College in May 2009 with a Bachelor’s degree in art history. Kate married Joseph Goldkamp on August 1, 2009 in San Francisco. They are both living in New York City, where Kate is attending Bard Graduate Center: Decorative Arts, Design History and Material Culture.
Taylor Holubar graduated from Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania in 2009. Taylor is back in the bay area now, pursuing a doctorate degree in developmental psychology at Stanford University.
Chelsea Ono Horn is graduating from Harvard this June with a concentration in history and science through the School of Public Policy. She is finishing her last year playing for the Harvard Women’s Volleyball Team, where she is also team captain. Chelsea spent last summer working in New York City and is planning to return there after graduation.
Laura Michelson attends Vanderbilt University, where she majors in music, studying classical vocal performance at the Blair School of Music. Laura recently studied abroad in Vienna for her fall 2009 semester.
Grayden Holubar, a graduate of Crystal Springs Upland School, is now a freshman at Princeton University. Throughout high school, Grayden studied professional dance at the LINES Ballet School and Julliard School, and plans to dance for fun at Princeton.
Noel Alexander Laporte is currently a freshman at the University of Oregon studying Italian, business and wilderness survival. He is planning to travel to Australia on a study abroad trip to further his education and pursue his interest in photography.
MaryLynn Dodge traveled to Kenya this past summer with her mother to teach at a few of the schools there. While there, she found out that those nine schools no longer have the funding to provide lunch to their students who attend school from 8 am to 5 pm. MaryLynn has now started a non-profit organization called "Kids Feeding Kids." Through this organization, she has been able to raise money and awareness in her community and begin funding a sustainable lunch program in Kenya. If anyone is interested in getting involved, or donating MaryLynn can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.