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Sebastian Bannister Lawler ’12 has been promoted to contract review specialist at TTM Technologies. He was also elected vice chair of the Oregon Citizen Involvement Advisory Committee, which works with the state of Oregon to promote community involvement in land use policy. 
Shannon Brown ’12 and Taylor Kane ’12 welcomed their daughter, Juniper Jade Kane, on Jan. 1, 2018.   
Tabitha Blankenbiller MFA ’12 was invited to discuss her debut novel, Eats of Eden, at Lunch in the Loft, a monthly lunch and book signing event hosted by Beach Books in Seaside, Ore. 
Chad Schobert ’11, OD ’14 became the pediatric eye care specialist for Eye Care for You, in Sandpoint, Idaho.
Amanda Fink OT ’11 is the co-founder of Infinity Kids, a newly established pediatric therapy group in Lake Forest, Calif. that treats infants and children with special needs.
Kaila Osmotherly OD ’10 is the associate dean of clinical affairs at Midwestern University’s Arizona College of Optometry. She appeared in the Phoenix Business Journal's “40 Under 40” section honoring Phoenix’s young leaders. 
Brett Bousquet ’10, PT ’13 published “Post-operative criterion based rehabilitation of ACL repairs: a clinical commentary” in the International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy this past April.
Bridgett Pride ’09 earned a master’s degree in Library and Information Science as well as a master’s degree of Arts in History from Simmons College in Boston, Mass.
Ashley Henscheid ’09 and Jason welcomed their daughter, Lainie Snow, on Jan. 9, 2018. 
Nick Engelfried ’09 published an article about native people's fight to stop Canada's TransMountain Pipeline on Waging Nonviolence, a blog site that focuses on the struggles for justice and peace around the globe.