Lorrie King: Caire Beauty, the skincare startup for women over 40 that we launched during the pandemic, is off to a great start. In case you missed it. Caire was featured in the latest Wharton Magazine! Read it here: https://magazine.wharton.upenn.edu/issues/spring-summer-2021/caire-beauty/ We were fortunate to be 1 of the 10 companies featured during our 30 year virtual reunion’s Wharton Entrepreneurs’ Showcase.
Colin Watts: MLK Jr. once said “The quality, not the longevity, of one’s life is what is important”. For the past 3 years, I’ve been part of a bio-tech startup called Juvenescence (www.juvlabs.com) with the dual focus of extending lifespan and health span. It has been a great ride and has been especially rewarding during these trying times of COVID 19. We have seen a lot of our 3 daughters over the past 18 months having officially relocated to Kiawah Island, SC. Over Memorial Day 2021, we also downsized from our 20 year home in Princeton, NJ to a townhouse up in Morristown, NJ. Lots of change but still staying focused on family, friendship and health. Looking forward to reconnecting with Wharton colleagues in the near future!
Casey Carpenter: Thankful for vaccinations and the opportunity to travel safely again this summer to visit family and friends. Visited my Mom in Patzcuaro, Mexico this summer with special moments and time together. Also, had the opportunity to return to UCLA and the Rose Bowl (after more than 30 years) with my son who is starting in his first year in law school. Celebrated many birthdays with family including Kathy’s big celebration in our new home in Oregon and Cass’s birthday in her new home in Massachusetts and her second year as an ER resident. Dad is proud and thankful for so much!