Perry Bridger, who lives in Southern California, is vice president of logistics at BexBloomz, a floral design studio started by his wife. He writes that they are “proud parents of three daughters who believe that everyone, regardless of background, faith, gender identity or country of origin, has a right to live in peace and with health care in the United States of America.” Anika Dane completed a Master of Liberal Arts in social sciences at Wesleyan University in May. Alexander Heckler, a fundraiser and activist, was named deputy finance chair at the Democratic National Committee. He is also a board member at the Democratic Governors Association. Kirsten Lamb, who became managing partner at Webber Law in 2015, welcomed her first son in 2017 and her second son this past summer. Jacqueline Veissid’s second picture book, “Caspian Finds a Friend,” was released in the fall. She is also the author of “Ruby’s Sword.” Both books are published by Chronicle Books. Michele Werlin is a secondary and college counselor at the Uruguayan American School, in Montevideo, Uruguay.
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