Bianca P. Goodman ’08, Stacey L. Grijalva ’08,
Alexander J. Gould ’08 and Yinyan Li ’08 enjoyed
a New Year’s reunion in Iceland, complete with
hot springs, geysers, waterfalls and the northern
lights. Bianca is practicing law in Georgia, Stacey
recently moved to Colorado, Alex is a diplomat
at the U.S. Embassy in Paris, and Yinyan
continues to work in the D.C. area.
Michael Pidgeon (’04L) joined
the business and corporate law, trusts
and estates law, and litigation practice
groups at Eastburn and Gray P.C.
Jane Ledlie Batcheller (’08L)
joined WestRock Co., in Atlanta.
Susan Slopek Ferrara and her husband, Tom, moved to Sumter, South
Carolina, in 2016 after three years in
Las Vegas. They welcomed their first
child, Anthony, in April.
Charles C. Hogge Jr. and his wife,
Anne, are enjoying being back in
Richmond, and raising their children,
Carson, 5, and Charlotte, 3. Chip is
a vice president with BB&T Capital
Markets, which he rejoined after
business school at Darden and a stint
with Deloitte Consulting. Anne has
returned to the classroom as a teacher
at All Saints Preschool.
David S. Phillips joined Eversheds
Sutherland (U.S.) LLP as a partner in
the firm’s corporate practice group, in
the Atlanta office.
Patricia Pond Miller was named
the 2016 Museum Professional of the
Year by the Georgia Association of
Museums and Galleries.
Thomas M. Cryan Jr. joined Littler in its Tysons Corner office as
shareholder. Littler is the largest global
employment and labor law practice,
with more than 1,200 attorneys in over
75 offices worldwide.
R. Scott Redmond ran a couple of
ultras and completed two Ironmans
in 2016. As fun as it was, he reports,
things will wind down a bit in 2017.
David E. Jennings joined Janney
Montgomery Scott LLC as vice presi-dent/wealth management financial
advisor, in the Richmond office.
Christina E. Petrides is teaching
English and living in Seogwipo, South
Korea. She is seeking a publisher for
her authorized co-translation into
English of the Russian history “
Utver-zhdenie v liubvi (Being Grounded in
Love),” by Maria Shelyakhovskaya.
L. to r: Dr. Jonathan Gardner ’97 and
Travis R. Wisdom ’97 in Roba, Alabama.
“The perils of quail hunting are great —