daughter, Alexis Paige Frist, on April 17, 2010. u
Kathryn Maready Yates (’05 AB) and Dr. Joel Wade
Yates Jr. (’02 BSBIO, ’06 DDS) of West Jefferson; a
son, Joel Wade Yates III, on March 16, 2010.
Adrian Moore-Pleasant (’05 JD), 30, of Chapel Hill;
May 17, 2010. Moore-Pleasant was an employment
and labor law lawyer with Williams Mullen in Raleigh.
He was an Eagle Scout and a Habitat for Humanity
’06 Jeremy Scott Borden (’06 ABJM) of Arlington, Va., has received a fellowship at the Center for Public Integrity, a nonprofit that does investigative journalism. Borden is
pursuing a master’s degree in journalism and public
policy at American University. u Richard Randolph
Coble (’06 AB) of Philadelphia has received his master
of divinity degree and the Robert P. Goodlin Award
from Princeton Theological Seminary. Coble has been
named a chaplain at the Hospital of the University of
Pennsylvania. u Zachary William Howell (’06 AB) of
New York has been promoted to associate director,
engineering annual fund, at Columbia University.
Anna Jane Brinkley (’06 AB) and D. Landon White (’06
ABJM) of Raleigh. Brinkley and White both are enrolled
in Campbell University’s law school. u Marilyn Brooks
Carlson (’06 AB) and Grant Andrew Rush (’05 AB) of
Chapel Hill. u Paul David Christianson (’06 AB) and
Keri Jackson Peele (’07 AB) of Washington, D.C. u
Adam Brent Craver (’06 BSBA, ’09 MAC) and
Meredith Logan Crews (’08 AB) of Washington, D.C.
’07 Elizabeth Anne Crumpler (’07 ABJM) of Santa Fe, N.M., is the new co-leader of the Santa Fe Carolina Club. u Lindsay
Patricia Raplee (’07 ABJM) of New Orleans is the
new co-leader for the New Orleans Carolina Club.
Mark Pritchard Copeland (’07 PD) and Katherine
Elizabeth Serzan (’04 AB) of Elizabeth City. u Alicia
Joi Jones (’07 AB) and Rashad LaMar Gatling of
Aberdeen. u Katie Lauren Price (’07 BSN) and
David Alan Griffin Jr. (’07 BSBA, ’08 MAC) of
Charlotte. u Keri Jackson Peele (’07 AB) and Paul
David Christianson (’06 AB) of Washington, D.C. u
Brooke Allison Register (’07 AB) and J. Matthew
Lilley (’07, ’08 AB) of Raleigh. u Jennifer Lauren
Steele (’07 BS, ’08 PD) and Jonathan David Boyce
(’08 PD) of Huntersville.
’08 Kelly Ann Brewer (’08 AB) of Chapel Hill worked as a summer associate with Yates, McLamb & Weyher LLP. Kelly is a
third-year student at the UNC School of Law. u
Sierra Julia Day (’08 AB) of Cape Town, South
Africa, is the new leader for the South Africa Carolina
Club. u Kristin Gene Economo (’08 AB) of Santa Fe,
N.M., is the new co-leader of the Santa Fe Carolina
Jonathan David Boyce (’08 PD) and Jennifer Lauren
Steele (’07 BS, ’08 PD) of Huntersville. u Meredith
Logan Crews (’08 AB) and Adam Brent Craver (’06
BSBA, ’09 MAC) of Washington, D.C. u Erin
Elizabeth Hardee (’08 AB) and Christopher Gene
Ogburn (’09 BMUS) of Newark, N.J. Hardee has been
promoted to program coordinator with Teach For
America. u Jacqueline Summer Kelley (’08 AB) and
Brian Curtis Hunt (’08 AB) of Greensboro. u Nicole
Marie Lynch (’08 AB) and Joseph Scott Turner (’04
AB) of Norfolk, Va.
’09 ; marriage Christopher Gene Ogburn (’09 BMUS)
and Erin Elizabeth Hardee (’08 AB) of Newark, N.J.
Roxanne Shabani (’09 ABJM), 23, of Wake Forest;
June 25, 2010.
’ 10 Christie Lynn Hogan (’ 10 AB) of Raleigh as been named coordinator of mem- bership services for the GAA. u Taylor
Jo Isenberg (’ 10 AB) of Washington, D.C., has been
named a Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellow. The fellowship will fund a nine-month position for Isenberg with
the Partnership for a Secure America. u Elizabeth
Blair Longino (’ 10 AB) of Dallas and James Joseph
Waters (’ 10 BSMDS) of Morehead City, were featured in the June 9, 2010, issue of USA Today as
members of the first team of All-USA College Academic Teams. u Kelsi Beard Oliver (’ 10) of Greensboro is an intern in the database marketing and Web
analytics group at the National Hockey League in
New York. u Henry Lawlor Spelman (’ 10 AB) of
Swarthmore, Pa., and Lauren Nicole Teegarden (’ 10
AB) of Atlanta were featured in the June 9, 2010,
issue of USA Today as members of the second team
of All-USA College Academic Teams.
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