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to do her first Ironman (in a few years, once
Dad recovers), maybe when she's attending
Mount A!"
Charles Rand ('86)
, founder of a number of
start-up companies and a leader in both for-
profit and nonprofit organizations -- includ-
ing a micro-financing program in Indonesia
and several consultancies, has been named
executive director of the Entrepreneurial
Opportunity Center at the University of
Baltimore's Merrick School of Business.
Krista (KV) Johansen ('90)
published a new
book, Blackdog (Pyr/Prometheus) in Sept. '11.
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After passing the PHR (Professional in Human
Resources) exam last year, in Jan '11,
Carson ('90)
started a new job as a Business
Systems Consultant at Wells Fargo in Char-
lotte, NC. She supports HR PeopleSoft users
through reporting, system set ups, trouble-
shooting, and resolving payroll issues.
Dr. Patrick Lo ('92)
took part in the 30th
Chinese Martial Arts Self-Attainment Award
Display in Hong Kong on May 22 '11. It was his
first time to participate in such an open mar-
tial arts competition, and he won two Excel-
lence Awards for his "Praying Mantis Boxing"
and "Taiyi Single Saber" routines. His Kungfu
brother, Mr. J. Tam (right) won the champion-
ship for his long double-handed straight sword
routine, "Praying Mantis Damor Sword." Stand-
ing in the middle is their Sifu (martial arts coach
in Chinese), Master Wei Fengci, chair-person
of the Hong Kong Taichi Plum Blossom Praying
Mantis Boxing Association.
April (Austin) MacKinnon ('98)
"We have added a new baby boy to our family,
Andrew was born in Halifax in Mar. '11, a little
brother for Anna (6) and Cameron (4). I have
also since sold Nurtured (natural products for
parenting business based in Halifax) and we
have relocated to Sackville where I am now
focusing on my family and on my second
business, Anointment Natural Skin Care (www., which is being sold in Sackville
along with many locations across Canada."
Phil Davis ('99)
writes, "I'm married with
two boys (Benson 3 and Malcolm 1). I've been
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with the people of Mount Allison
University. We have welcomed
prospective students and parents;
celebrated graduations; hosted
reunions; and accommodated
alumni, visiting lecturers, honorees,
and board members. We are a
pre-Confederation Victorian home
with 18 rooms and a fine dining
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when you can get a home?"