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After 7 years in California, Claire Tam finally moved back to the Boston area this summer to teach. She is looking forward to her first year as a history teacher at Boston University Academy, to reconnecting with Boston-area alums, and to finally being able to wear scarves and boots again!

2015ers Ayana Aaron, Angela Bilkic, Lia Gallitano, Melodie Ha, Lynn Hsu, Erika Liu, and Melissa Jo Zambrana traveled to Philadelphia for a multi-day trip to celebrate their continued friendship. They ate delicious food, wore matching shirts designed by Angela, saw historic sites like Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, and commented on how hot each member of the group was while taking photos in front of the Rodin Museum.

Vicky Zeamer got married in January 2022 to Marc Exposito Gomez, who she met at MIT in 2016. They eloped at San Francisco city hall with their immediate family present. Jillian Seymour married Lexie Rukhadze ‘17 who she met at Wellesley in 2014. They had many alums in attendance and their wonderful officiant was Sarah Robbins-Cole, Wellesley College Chaplain.

Sophia Garcia worked as a raft guide this summer to get away from the heat. Mariam Saifullah graduated from school in France and is moving to London. Morgan Moore is still in grad school! She is now entering the fifth year of her PhD in Medieval Studies (fall 2022 semester), still in Toronto, Canada; with at least another year in this program and with the border easier to navigate these days, she would love to catch up with anyone headed that way.

Celeste Zumwalt was recently appointed by the Biden-Harris administration as the Briefing Book Coordinator in the Office of the Secretary of the Interior Department. Congratulations!

Cayla Vila, 2015 Alumnae Class Secretary

As always, great to hear from you, Class of 2015!

Anita Li, MD caught up with Oana Diaconescu in Oxford where Oana is completing her PhD in Computational Biology. Alexandra Day is pursuing a PhD in computer engineering at Northwestern and is enjoying getting to know the Chicago area. Melissa Jo Zambrana graduated with her master's degree in Higher Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education last year and is now working at Bowdoin College.

Gabriela Salcedo announces the birth of her daughter Isabelle Marisol Hedrick who was born on March 1st, 2022. She is looking forward to taking Isabelle to campus this summer! Congratulations, Gabi!

Katherine LeVine and Victoria Brown celebrated their 27, 28, and 29th birthdays together with Joanna Bi and Grace Atherton to make up for lost time during the pandemic. Fiona Porkka moved to the bay area to start a new chapter of her life and career and is deeply enjoying the many many flowers in her yard.

Fiona Logan is delighted to report that she ran her first Marathon a few months ago, in October 2021! Looking forward to running another one this year. Also, there is great excitement in the Logan household as they will soon welcome their first family member to visit from Ireland in 3 years! Lastly, her wonderful middle son, who was born in Spring semester of her junior year at Wellesley just turned 8!!

I (Cayla Vila) enjoyed catching up with Melissa Jo Zambrana, Luisa Reyes, Zoe Moyer, Chinyere Obasi, and Katherine Schwartz recently for speed-networking. It was great hearing each other’s work stories over the past few years and sharing great tips for navigating tricky situations!

Cayla Vila, 2015 Alumnae Class Secretary

Dana Marks and her husband (Douglas Halpert, Northeastern '13) bought a house in Elkridge, Maryland! They welcome any and all advice for home ownership and DIY projects. If you find yourself in the DC-Baltimore area, there will be a room for you to stay! Dana has also been at her new-ish job at the Maryland Historical Trust for a year and still absolutely loving it. Natalie Anderson is halfway through her Executive MBA at Wharton! She takes the train from NYC to Philly every other weekend for class.

We look forward to hearing from more classmates next quarter – remember, no news is too small! Your classmates would love to hear from you!

Cayla Vila, 2015 Alumnae Class Secretary

This quarter the Class of 2015 sent in Love Letters – appreciating people, times, and places inspired by Wellesley.

I wanted to write a love note to my old roomie and amazing friend Maria Merson (LaBouyer) for always checking in on me. While I love medical school, some days are tough and it always makes me smile to see a text from her asking about my day. Maria is a gem and I'm lucky to call her my friend :)” – Amelia Winter

These super snowy days remind me of the blizzard of 2015 during my senior year at Wellesley. It resulted in classes being canceled to which Mara Palma, Elena Shaw and I (aka The Golden Triangle) responded to by popping open a bottle of wine to celebrate while marathoning Game of Thrones and running lines for our last Shakespeare Society show. – Leve Freeman

Many thanks to those traditional and Non-Traditional (Davis Scholar) Alums who compelled me, inspired me, to continue this educational journey.  May you realize your part in a larger world. To those who have interacted with a Davis Scholar, taken classes with them; including abroad classes, Thank you.  Know, your interactions with them, have made an impact.  This is important! Your influence will never be forgotten. – Linda Kosinski

I remember all the super cute bonding we did first week for Davis First, when I was in awe of how smart everyone around me is/was. That turned into ongoing relationships and friendships that were fundamentally part of finding my way. – Claire Milldrum

Shout out to Haneen Anbarserri for signing her very first contract as a dentist! – Zoe Moyer

Thanks to Oleander Furman's meticulously curated "Lush Lovers" playlist on Spotify, I have discovered some new jams and for that I'm very grateful! Would also like to pass my kudos along to e-board for their efforts keeping the Golden Class of 2015 connected and informed. <3 – Chinyere Obasi

There’s no doubt that 2020 and the beginning of 2021 has been different. Nonetheless, the Wellesley love has been in the air! I’ve truly loved and have been so thankful for the recurring Wellesley Squash team zoom parties and check-ins with freshman year besties! – Alexandra Spiliakos

To my once and future roommate Sophie Bybee (’16), I love you so much. I have always loved you and I will always love you. Thank you for getting me through first year. – Grace Atherton

I celebrated my second wedding anniversary with takeout at home and a trust exercise with my wife: letting her pierce a second hole in my ear. – Hannah Lindquist

For Elena Shaw – “My dearest bright Shining Star // The mornings are gloomier and the birds have stopped singing their beautiful songs the moment we parted. // I wait for your radiant smile and your sparkling personality to waltz back into my life, even if only for a millisecond. Come ‘home’ soon ;). // Sincerely, Your Secret Admirer, xoxoxo”

Cayla Vila, 2015 Alumnae Class Secretary

I hope you and your loved ones had a safe, healthy, and fun holiday season! I’m proud that I managed to cook my first Thanksgiving meal being away from my family and it wasn’t too shabby, if I do say so myself.

Congratulations are in order for these Class of 2015 members! Shirley Li started the first semester of her PhD program in Social Welfare in New York City, and Diana Lee got married! She and her husband had a courthouse ceremony with our family and a few close friends attending via Zoom.

Sarah Herman and Jocelyn Wong were delighted to reconnect as neighbors in Manhattan a couple of years ago. Since then, they've enjoyed picnics in their neighborhood park and spent weekend evenings at each other's apartments playing Scrabble, completing jigsaw puzzles, or cooking a meal together for a movie night. Escaping the city to visit the New York Botanical Gardens and wearing matching Wellesley apparel are some of their favorite things!

These days, Jocelyn Wong is enjoying bi-costal life between New York and California, and feels grateful for the extra time the pandemic has granted her. She has been designing hats/fascinators, volunteering on boards (including serving on the national committee for Wellesley Friends of Art), and hosting weekly barre workout classes on Zoom.

Happy New Year, Wellesley!

Cayla Vila, 2015 Alumnae Class Secretary