Natalie Owens-Pike ʼ07 is a canoe enthusiast, connector of people and second-career grad student. She recently moved to New Haven with her husband, Alex, and would love to connect with Blake Bears in the area.
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As a student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, James' dream of becoming a race car driver has taken a back seat to other interests.
Allison Bye ‘12 can be found hiking throughout our national park system and working on her natural landscape portfolio while simultaneously trying to ascend into Mrs. Frizzle.
George Karos '93 is grateful to be back in Minnesota with his wife, two girls and two shichons, even though he's faced with his childhood at every turn.
Dayna WongPoe ‘76 has worked in the learning and development field for Alaska Airlines for more than 35 years. She asks everyone to have courage and to be kind every day.
Jan and Lee Woolman retired from Blake in June 2008 and have enjoyed traveling, volunteering, film festivals and various other cultural events—but they especially love interacting with their four grandchildren
Katie Grudnowski Goldstein ’04 is a social worker who loves playing outside and having dessert.
T.J. Gordon lives with his family in Illinois but remains a die-hard, and suffering, Minnesota Vikings fan.
Sarah Carthen Watson '11 is a fair housing attorney who spends her free time reading, baking and chasing her escape artist puppy.
When he's not trying to figure out what his dogs are thinking, you might catch David Graham ‘85 daydreaming about Grand Marais’ World’s Best Donuts.
Brian Lukkasson knows plenty about music, but baseball and princesses are also his jam.
Rosa Gerdts ‘20 enjoys eating her mom’s mole poblano and listening to good music — often simultaneously.
Jon Friedell '85 is an avid biker and music lover who has seen his share of Grateful Dead shows.
Sovady Phe Huston '98 loves to spend time with her husband and kids, which turns out to be a blessing as they practice “Safer at Home.”
Brennan Greene ‘01 is the owner of Birch's on the Lake Brewhouse and Supperclub and Birch’s Lowertown. He married his high school sweetheart, Natasha Corver Greene ‘01, with whom he has two beautiful girls.
Simone Maddox ‘15 graduated last spring from Rice University and is now a Ph.D. student at the University of Minnesota studying the evolution of birds.
Steve Slovick ‘84 owns a successful global consulting firm. Last year, he and his family circumnavigated the globe, hitting 30 countries and learning all the way.
Kathryn Davis Malhotra '05 lives and works in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Though her global health career has taken her to far places, she still considers Minneapolis home.
Adam Dachis '02 lives and works as a technology writer in Los Angeles, but to save time he programmed his website to write for itself. If that's the strangest thing you've read today, tomorrow will surely surprise you.
Dharani Persaud ‘13 works in Boston as the youth and community programs coordinator for GrubStreet. When she's not at work, you can find Dharani attempting to pet other people's dogs.
Mark Webster Jr. ‘01 owns, operates and manages the only Fatburger Food Truck in Los Angeles, where on a typical day he and his crew flip 150 burgers an hour.