Alumni Returning to LMS

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  • Vytheswaran Brothers Back for MLK Day of Service 2018

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  • Katie Chen Participates in MLK Day of Service 2018

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  • Alums Back on Campus for Montessori Across the Ages 2017

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  • Cassondra Basile `99 joins LMS Teaching Staff

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  • Ali Campbell Teaches in Horizons 2016 & 2017 Summer Program

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  • Adriana Voci `15 brings books to 2017 LMS Summer Horizons Program

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  • Alex Tung Performs at LMS During 2017 & 2018 MLK Day of Service

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  • Daniel Lehman `11 Back in the LMS Classroom with 2017 LMS Summer Horizons Program

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  • Jasmine Duffy `99 Co-Head Teacher in Children's House

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  • Ben Boegehold `02 Launches Farming Program at LMS

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  • Fabienne Jules `04 Comes to Observe Students and Speak at M.A.T.A.

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Young Alumni Leads by Example

Conversation With Young Alum

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  • Brandon Voci `15 Publishes his Showcase Project ~ "The Faces of America"

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  • Yliuz Sierra Marin `14 High School Student Shares Thoughts About LMS

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Alum Notes

Charlotte Mines ’13 is a senior at Concord Academy, fresh off her junior year abroad in Spain. She dances at school and also serves as an editor on the school newspaper. Her favorite classes this year are Contemporary Russia and Engineering.

Max Thebaud ’13 is a senior at Lincoln-Sudbury High School, wading through the college admissions process! Max spent a junior year semester at The Island School in the Bahamas building relationships, helping local middle schoolers learn to swim, and gaining a new world view. He worked at Ride Studio Cafe in Lexington and at Blue, a men's clothing store in Concord. Max plays club soccer year-round, and he also plays tennis, fishes, and sails. He is a member of his school’s investment club, and he enjoys both photography and cinematography.
Megan Parker-Gray ’00 worked as a barista at Panificio on Beacon Hill during college. After several years as a server, she became a manager at Lineage in Coolidge Corner. Inspired by Executive Chef and Owner Jeremy Sewall, and loving oysters and the craft-brewing world, she became Beer Director for Sewell’s Row 34. Last Spring she became the Sales Manager at Boston’s Trillium Brewing Co. 
Alec Long ’06 went from LMS to The Rivers School in Weston, MA. He studies history and philosophy at Boston University. His work in Arts and Arts Administration took him to Padova, Italy and London, England, where he worked in an art gallery in South Kensington. Recently he worked at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts and at Haley & Steele Gallery. He has taught art classes at Newton Community Education and the MFA. Additionally, Alec volunteered with Boston Health Care for the Homeless at Saint Francis House and sang with the Marsh Chapel Choir at Boston University. He likes to spend time outdoors, hiking or drawing and painting.
Liam Dermady's '09 collegiate flight team (Eagles) once again won in their regional competition! Liam (pictured middle) and his teammates scored first place, or in the Top 10, in all flight skill and related categories.

Liam was a member of the first graduating middle school class at LMS. After LMS he attended Cambridge School of Weston, and simultaneously obtained his flight training, earning his single-engine pilot license in his senior year.

This is Liam's fourth year as a flight team member, and he competes each year nationally, with recognition, as well. He currently balances his studies as a pilot and certified flight instructor and aviator tutor on campus. Liam graduates from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University this year, earning a degree in aeronautical science and with hopes to begin a professional pilot career.



Friends at LMS, Ted Hattemer-Maier '10 and James Lindberg '11 continued to play together (in this photo, on the BB&N football team) in high school.  They have headed off to college now:  Ted is at Villanova University in Pennsylvania, and James at Colby College in Maine.
Alex Mines `10 recently co-founded Hearty Start, a NYC non-profit focused on providing breakfast to the disadvantaged in that city. Actively involved in his community and wanting to make the world a better place, Alex jumped at the opportunity to bring breakfast to New Yorkers in need. He puts his talents to good use as head of strategic development at Hearty Start. After attending LMS, Alex graduated from Concord Academy and will join the Washington University class of 2019 this fall.
Maggie Klureza ’09 went onto Lincoln-Sudbury High School after LMS and now attends Wellesley College. In addition to her studies, Maggie works as a lab assistant and supplemental instructor and has toured with the Wellesley College Choir in South Korea. 
Aditi Dugar `04 attended Lexington High School after leaving LMS and then graduated from Cornell University with a B.S. in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering in 2012. After interships at Zapotec Energy in Cambridge, MA and Apple in Cupertino, CA, Aditi landed at Proctor & Gamble in South Boston where she is currently a Process Development Engineer.

Larissa Lutz ’03 reports that after LMS, she attended Lexington Christian Academy and then went to Lexington High School. Following high school, Larissa studied Marketing and Psychology at Bentley University, which included time at Lorenzo de ’Medici School in Florence. She is now an account manager at Oracle.
Theodore Ho `02 is currently a Ph.D candidate in Biophysics at the University of California, San Francisco. Ted is studying autophagy and mechanisms of aging in hematopoietic stem cells in the lab of Emmanuelle Passegue. Prior to his doctoral studies, he graduated from Harvard with both a masters degree in Bioengineering and a BA in Human Development and Regenerative Biology. 
Laura Pond `02 tells us, "I've been working for the Department of Justice in D.C. since I graduated college three years ago. This year, I am applying to graduate school, training for a triathlon, and planning some foreign travel."
After studying in the Netherlands for two years, the quaint cities, bike culture, and amazing work-life balance drew Darcy Dwyer `01 to stay.  Darcy says, "As an embedded engineer for a Dutch smart thermostat company, I've embraced the Dutch weather during my 5.5 mile bike commute through Amsterdam.  In my free time, I am learning Dutch and scouting out good brunch places, after it became clear why we don't have Dutch restaurants in America.  I would love to connect with any classmates or teachers visiting the Netherlands!"
Miranda Meyer `00 is in her first year in the Georgetown M.A. Arab Studies program. She graduated from the University of Chicago with a B.A. in International Studies in 2010 and after that spent a year and a half in Egypt and also a summer working in New York for a diplomatic consulting nonprofit. Miranda is spending this summer conducting thesis research in Israel and Lebanon; she then plans to apply to Ph.D. programs. Miranda also does freelance media writing online (mostly about television).
Rebecca Taft `98 reports, "I am currently in my fourth year of a Computer Science PhD at MIT and living with my parents in Lexington. Before coming to MIT, I spent two years working as a consultant at Exeter Group, and another two years working as a software engineer at Bloomberg LP. After several years away, I'm happy to be home!"