Since the start of the pandemic, Michael Chen ’07 has been working remotely as a data engineer for Meta (formerly Facebook) in San Francisco. He doesn’t own a car; he can walk, bike, or ride a bus or cable car almost anywhere he needs to be. It’s a “car-free” lifestyle that he’d like to see become more the norm in San Francisco and other cities, an idea he has been cha
Imagine gaining real-world work experience before you even graduate high school. That’s exactly what Tessa Stern ’23 is doing.
The Hotchkiss Alumni Association Board of Governors recently celebrated BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) alumni during a special two-day event on The Hotchkiss School campus in Lakeville, CT. One of the highlights was a dinner to honor Patricia Redd Johnson, former senior associate dean of admission, director of multicultural programs, and advisor to the Black and Hispanic Student Association (BaHSA).
Christopher K. Ho ’92 is a celebrated artist, a teacher, a writer, and a leading advocate for Asian and Asian-American contemporary art. In 2021, he was named Executive Director of the Hong Kong-based Asia Art Archive – a non-profit responsible for the most important and valuable collection of materials about recent art in Asia.