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Beth Feingold and Daisy Freund
Beth Jamie Feingold sent Daisy Anna Freund an initial hello on the dating app Tinder in February 2015. They soon realized they were kindred spirits, at least when it came to advocacy for making a better food system.
“I noticed a screenshot of her on TV talking about chicken farming,’’ said Dr. Feingold, who responded by asking her about livestock farming.
Then Dr. Feingold’s name rang a bell to Ms. Freund, who recalled reading an article on her research on the spread of antibiotic resistance from hog farming, and even citing her research in a paper she wrote for the A.S.P.C.A. linking antibiotic use and farm animal welfare.
“It’s rare to meet someone online who works in reforming industrial agriculture,” said Ms. Freund, whose expectations plummeted once she learned Dr. Feingold lived in Albany, and she was not keen on Dr. Feingold suggesting they meet at sports bar in the East Village to watch a basketball game the next week, when she planned to be back in town.
Ms. Freund, hardly a sports fan, warily agreed figuring there would at least be a professional connection. “We didn’t even watch the game we were talking too much,” Ms. Freund said. Three weeks later they had a second date at a farm in Cold Spring, N.Y., where Ms. Freund once worked as a livestock apprentice.
They soon began seeing each other regularly, and on June 7, 2015, exactly three months after they met, Ms. Freund sent Dr. Feingold a voice memo of a poem by Lee Robinson, to which Dr. Feingold responded with a voice memo with one by Adrienne Rich.
Elyse Feldman, Andrew Berman
Elyse Jean Feldman and Andrew Brian Berman were married July 7 at the Mansion at Natirar, an events space in Gladstone, N.J. Rabbi Matthew Gewirtz officiated.
Ms. Berman, 31, is the senior compliance counsel at Justworks, a New York company that helps employers manage payroll, benefits and employee-related compliance. She graduated from Cornell and received a law degree cum laude from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York.
She is the daughter of Deborah R. Feldman and Dr. Arthur E. Feldman of Bedminster, N.J. The bride’s father retired as the chief of urology at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset in Somerville, N.J. Her mother is an owner of Advantage Promotions, an advertising specialty firm in Bedminster; she previously retired as a lawyer at Lowestein Sandler in Roseland, N.J.
The groom, 33, is a founder and the former chief operating officer of Nanit, a technology company in New York that develops smart baby monitors. He graduated from Emory University in Atlanta and received an M.B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania.
He is the son of Marcia M. Berman and Dennis N. Berman of Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. The groom’s father is a founder of Tocagen, a gene therapy company in San Diego. The groom’s mother retired as a psychiatric social worker at community health organization in Rockville Centre, N.Y.
The couple met in 2014 on a dating app.
Samantha Green, Andrew Tieniber
Samantha Lindsey Green and Dr. Andrew David Tieniber were married July 7 at the Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Cathryn Lavery, a cousin of the bride who became a Universal Life minister for the occasion, officiated.
The bride, 27, and the groom, 28, met at Boston College, from which each graduated.
The bride is a project manager for Schultz & Williams, a consulting firm in Philadelphia. She received a master’s degree in social work from Columbia.
She is a daughter of Janice C. Green of Yonkers and Alan J. Green of New Rochelle, N.Y. The bride’s father is an independent real estate appraiser in New Rochelle.
The groom is completing his residence in general surgery at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. He received a medical degree from Rutgers.
He is a son of Michelle E. Tieniber and Eric F. Tieniber of Moorestown, N.J. The groom’s mother is the operations manager of the Maxwell Service Group, a commercial heating, refrigeration, and food service company in Burlington, N.J., of which the groom’s father is the president.
Kathleen McGuirk, Miles Skorpen
Kathleen Rose McGuirk and Miles Erik Skorpen were married July 7 at Triple S Ranch, a resort in Calistoga, Calif. Timothy Calkins, an uncle of the groom who was ordained by the American Marriage Ministries for the occasion, officiated.
Ms. McGuirk, 30, received an M.B.A. from Northwestern University in June, and in September is to become a member of the business growth team at Plaid, a financial technology company in San Francisco. She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley.
She is a daughter of Margaret Crowley McGuirk and Denis R. McGuirk of Oakland, Calif. The bride’s father retired as a vice president for finance at Charles Schwab, the discount brokerage, in San Francisco. Her mother retired as an administrative coordinator at the Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute.
Mr. Skorpen, 31, is a director for product management at OpenTable, a San Francisco company that provides online-reservation services to restaurants. He graduated with honors from Swarthmore College.
He is a son of Lucy M. Calkins and John G. Skorpen of Ridgefield, Conn. The groom’s mother is the founding director of the reading and writing project at Columbia University’s Teachers College in New York, and where she is also a professor of children’s literature. The groom’s father retired as a psychotherapist in private practice in Waterbury, Conn.
The couple met in 2012 via mutual friends in San Francisco, and began dating in 2013.
Khanh Le, Matthew Sedensky
Khanh Thuy Le and Matthew Gerald Sedensky were married July 7 at the Andaz Peninsula Papagayo Resort in Guanacaste, Costa Rica. Marcelo R. Galli, a justice of the peace in Costa Rica, officiated.
Ms. Le, 37, is the global supply chain manager in the lithium division of the FMC Corporation, a chemical manufacturing company in Philadelphia. She graduated from Bucknell.
She is a daughter of Doan M. Dang and Chon V. Le of Elverson, Pa. The bride’s father retired as an electrical engineer in the American research, development and manufacturing unit, in Malvern, Pa., of IFM, a German maker of sensors, controllers and systems used in industrial automation. Her mother is a financial reporting manager for Customers Bank, which is in Phoenixville, Pa.
Mr. Sedensky, 38, is a national writer in New York for The Associated Press. He graduated from N.Y.U.
He is the son of Barbara C. Sedensky and Joseph J. Sedensky of Bridgeport, Conn. The groom’s mother retired as a secretary in the office of the Bridgeport comptroller. His father retired as a computer technician for the public schools in Norwalk, Conn.
The couple met in 2008, when mutual friends invited Ms. Le, Mr. Sedensky and several other people to join them on a two-week trip to India. Their first encounter was the check-in counter at John F. Kennedy International Airport. They were friendly during the trip, but there was no romance. When they returned, Facebook messages were followed by hours on the phone, and then, in May 2009, a first date.
Michelle Preston, Brian Kim
Michelle Lynn Preston and Brian Dongwon Kim were married July 7 at the Manhattan Penthouse, an event space in New York. Matthew Hoying, a Universal Life Church minister, officiated.
Ms. Preston, 36, is the executive director of the SITI Company, a New York-based nonprofit theater ensemble. She graduated from Northern Illinois University and received a master’s degree in performing arts management from Brooklyn College.
She is the daughter of Janis K. Preston of Bettendorf, Iowa, and Morris L. Preston of Donahue, Iowa. The bride’s father, who is retired, was an environmental engineer and owner of Preston Engineering in Davenport, Iowa. Her mother is a merchandiser for SAS Retail Services in Moline, Ill.
Mr. Kim, 37, is the digital analytics lead for Planned Parenthood Federation of America in New York. He graduated from Cornell and received a master’s degree in engineering.
He is the son of Jane H. Kim of Los Angeles and the late Won Y. Kim. The groom’s mother, who is retired, was the owner of Port Ludlow Village Market, a grocery store in Port Ludlow, Wash. His father retired as a major in the Air Force and was stationed at Scott Air Force Base in St. Clair County, Ill.
The couple met in 2011 through OkCupid.
Lauren Elmets, Christian Spencer
Lauren Elizabeth Elmets and Christian Joseph Spencer were married July 7. The Rev. Jesse L. Vaughan performed the ceremony at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Sacramento.
The couple met at Santa Clara University, from which both graduated, he magna cum laude.
Mrs. Spencer, 28, is a sales recruiter at Yelp, the San Francisco company that provides online crowdsourced reviews of restaurants, entertainment and various services.
She is a daughter of Pamela K. Elmets and Douglas G. Elmets of Sacramento. The bride’s father is the president of Elmets Communications, an advertising, marketing, and public relations firm in Sacramento and New York. Her mother is a vice president of the firm.
Mr. Spencer, also 28, is a certified public accountant, in San Francisco, in the audit and assurance practice of Deloitte & Touche, the accounting firm.
He is a son of Kristine M. Spencer and Michael R. Spencer of Mukilteo, Wash. The groom’s mother is a second-grade teacher at Fernwood Elementary in Bothell, Wash. His father is a senior relationship manager in the business banking department at Coastal Community Bank in Everett, Wash.
Lisa Hill, Theodore Ellis
Lisa Ann Hill and Theodore Reuben Ellis were married July 7 at Onteora Mountain House, an events space in Boiceville, N.Y. Marilyn J. Hill, the bride’s aunt who became a Universal Life minister for the occasion, officiated.
The couple met in 2011 during admitted students weekend at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, from which each received an M.B.A., the groom with high honors.
The bride, 33, is a brand manager with the Starbucks Coffee Company in Seattle. She graduated cum laude from Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, Calif.
She is a daughter of Karen L. Hill and Stephen W. Hill of Concord, Calif. The bride’s father is a real estate agent for Balboa Real Estate in Concord. Her mother is a special education assistant at Clayton Valley Charter High School in Concord.
The groom, 32, is a founder and the chief executive of Riveted Labs, a New York-based start-up focused on developing ways to lessen digital device distraction. He graduated from Princeton.
He is the son of Amy F. Ellis of Portola Valley, Calif., and Pierre A. Ellis of Princeton, N.J. The groom’s mother, who is retired, was the president of MedAvante, a clinical data sciences company in Hamilton, N.J. His father retired as an economist at Decision Economics in New York.
Emily Salander, Felipe Maciá
Emily Neal Salander and Felipe Pantin Maciá were married July 7 at the Rhode Island Country Club, an events space in Barrington, R.I. Deanna Pantin Parrish, the groom’s sister, who became a Universal Life minister for the event, officiated.
The couple met at Washington University in St. Louis, from which they graduated.
The bride, 30, is the founding principal of the Achievement First Bushwick Empower Elementary School, which serves students with disabilities in Brooklyn. She received a master’s degree in teaching and curriculum design from Boston University.
She is a daughter of Martha N. Salander and Eric Salander of Bristol, R.I. The bride’s father is the vice president of investor relations and the treasurer of Textron, a global aerospace and defense technologies conglomerate in Providence, R.I.
The groom, 33, is a generalist consultant intern at McKinsey & Company, a consulting firm based in Manhattan. He previously worked at InterEnergy, an energy investment company for Latin America and the Caribbean, where he managed internal operations and investor relations. He is pursuing an M.B.A. from N.Y.U.
He is a son of Marianne Pantin of Miami and Sergio Maciá also of Miami. His father is the owner and president of the Trust Group, a commercial real estate firm in Miami. He is the stepson of Dr. Richard K. Parrish II. The groom’s stepfather is an ophthalmologist at the Miami Miller School of Medicine in Miami and the editor in chief for the American Journal of Ophthalmology.
Kate Christobek, Luke Jepsen
Kate Emily Christobek and Luke Joseph Jepsen were married July 6 in New York. Bishop Robert Baker, an uncle of the groom, performed the ceremony at the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola, a Roman Catholic church.
The bride, 31, and the groom, 32, met at Ohio State, from which they graduated.
Ms. Christobek works in the Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor for the City of New York as an assistant district attorney. She received a law degree from Ohio State, from which she also received a master’s degree in public policy and management.
She is a daughter of Mark A. Christobek and Carol A. Christobek of Lewis Center, Ohio. Her father retired as a professor of business at Ohio State. Her mother is the director of business process excellence at Ashland, a chemicals company based in Covington, Ky.
Mr. Jepsen works in New York as an account executive at Slack Technologies, a software company with headquarters in San Francisco. He received an M.B.A. from Columbia.
He is a son of Dr. Stephen J. Jepsen and Mary Ann B. Jepsen of Powell, Ohio. His mother works as a clinical counselor for Covenant Integrative Counseling Services, a counseling practice in Columbus. His father is a vascular surgeon at Adena Regional Medical Center in Chillicothe, Ohio.
Susie Saavedra, Jose Feliz
Susie de Los Angeles Saavedra and Jose Luis Feliz were married July 6. The Rev. Daniel P. Kane, a priest of the Catholic Diocese of One Spirit, officiated at the Army Navy Country Club in Arlington, Va.
Mrs. Feliz, 39, is the vice president for policy and legislative affairs, in Washington, for the National Urban League, the civil rights organization. She graduated from the University of Denver and received a master’s degree in public administration from George Washington University.
She is a daughter of Paca D. Saavedra and Milton H. Saavedra of Fayetteville, N.C. The bride’s father retired from the Army as a sergeant first class and was a recipient of a Purple Heart for his service in Iraq. He was a combat engineer in the 20th Engineer Brigade at Fort Bragg, in North Carolina, and served in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Her mother retired as a special-education teacher’s assistant at Albritton Middle School at Fort Bragg.
Mr. Feliz, 46, is a captain in the Navy. He is the assistant commander for supply-chain management at the Naval Supply Systems Command in Mechanicsburg, Pa. He graduated from Fordham and received an M.B.A. from the University of North Carolina.
He is a son of Denise A. Morey of Tampa, Fla., and the late Miguel A. Feliz. The groom’s father owned Feliz Shoe Repair, which was in the Bronx.
The couple met in 2016 at a bar in Washington, when Ms. Saavedra, who was awaiting a friend, sat near Mr. Feliz and a group of his friends.
The groom’s previous marriage ended in divorce.
Edlyn Yuen, Jordan Christopher Pisarcik
Edlyn Rosanne Yuen and Jordan Christopher Pisarcik were married July 7 at the Church of the Immaculate Conception in Montclair, N.J. The Rev. Benny Prado, a Roman Catholic priest, performed the ceremony.
The bride, 31, is the senior product manager at Inscape, a meditation and wellness company in New York. She graduated from Wellesley College in Wellesley, Mass.
She is a daughter of Selina Chor Yee Yuen and Francis Hoi Tai Yuen of Foster City, Calif. Her father is a founder of Rong Xin CFI Foundry in Hebei, China. Her mother retired as an assistant housing manager for the Hong Kong Housing Authority.
The groom, also 31, works in New York as the vice president for account management and business development at DocASAP, a health care technology company in Herndon, Va. He graduated from Brown.
He is a son of Gail L. Pisarcik and Frank A. Pisarcik of Kinnelon, N.J. His parents are the owners of YTP, a ticketing distribution company in Lincoln Park, N.J.
The couple met in 2011 at a Halloween party in New York.
Tess Reed, Samuel Dippo
Teresa Alexandra Reed and Samuel James Dippo were married July 7 at the Alta Lodge, a hotel in Alta, Utah. Judge Patricia A. Millett of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, for whom the bride served as a law clerk from 2015 to 2016, officiated. On Aug. 18, the Rev. Raymond P. Allender, a Roman Catholic priest, will lead a ceremony at St. Agnes Church in San Francisco.
The couple met at Stanford, from which each received a law degree.
Mrs. Reed Dippo, 29, is known as Tess. She is a litigation associate in the San Francisco office of the law firm Munger, Tolles & Olson. In 2016 to 2017, she was a law clerk to Justice Anthony M. Kennedy of the Supreme Court, and at the same time was the law clerk for retired Justice John Paul Stevens. The bride graduated magna cum laude from Yale.
She is a daughter of Alexandra J. Jenkins and Ted S. Reed of Charlotte, N.C. The bride’s father is a freelance reporter on the airline industry, and is the author of “Carl Furillo: Brooklyn Dodgers All-Star” (McFarland, 2010). The bride’s mother is a senior vice president and regional financial analyst manager for medium-size business banking in the Charlotte corporate office of Wells Fargo & Company.
Mr. Reed Dippo, 30, is a litigation associate at the law firm Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich & Rosati in Palo Alto, Calif. He graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown.
He is a son of Cassia L. Dippo and Marc S. Dippo of Salt Lake City. The groom’s mother is a third-grade teaching assistant at the McGillis School, a private elementary and middle school in Salt Lake City. The groom’s father is a proprietor and the chief executive of the Alta Lodge.
Melanie Pettit, Vihar Parikh
Melanie Katherine Pettit and Vihar Kiran Parikh were married July 6. The Rev. Philip A. Gates, a United Methodist minister, performed the ceremony at the chapel at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. On July 7, the couple had a traditional Hindu ceremony, led by Pandit Sanjay Pathak, in Garden IX, also at the University of Virginia.
Ms. Pettit, 29, is the chief of staff at Citi Bike, the public bicycle sharing system in New York. She graduated from the University of Virginia and received a master’s degree in sustainable development from HEC Paris. She also obtained a postgraduate diploma in management from the Indian Institute of Management, in Ahmedabad, India.
She is a daughter of Sharon L. Pettit and Robert L. Pettit of Severna Park, Md. The bride’s father retired as the general manager at WCBM-AM 680, a talk-radio station in Baltimore. Her mother retired in June as a family and consumer sciences teacher at Broadneck High School in Arnold, Md.
Mr. Parikh, 31, is the senior technical analyst at Annalect, an advertising analytics unit in New York of the Omnicom Media Group. He also graduated from the University of Virginia, though the couple didn’t meet there. He received an M.B.A. from Insead in Fontainebleau, France.
He is a son of Manisha K. Parikh and Kiran V. Parikh of Chantilly, Va. The groom’s mother is a staff physical therapist at Orthopedic Physical Therapy of Northern Virginia in Annandale, Va. His father is an architect in the Loudoun County Transportation and Capital Infrastructure Department; his office is in Leesburg, Va.
The couple met in 2012, when Mr. Parikh’s roommate invited Ms. Pettit to an annual French-themed Christmas party at his house in Washington. Even though she was standing beneath a sprig of mistletoe when they met, he didn’t seize the opportunity. “I’m not so presumptuous,” he said. “We had a conversation and I got her phone number, and we had a date afterward, probably within a week.”
David Allison, Clayton Critcher
David Donlan Allison and Clayton Roger Critcher were married July 7 at the deLorimier Winery in Geyserville, Calif. Mr. Critcher’s mother, Adrienne Pendery Critcher, became an affiliate of the American Marriage Ministries to preside at this event.
Mr. Allison, 36, (left) is a partner in 5AM Ventures, a health care venture capital firm in San Francisco. He graduated from the University of Iowa and received a doctorate in bioengineering from Rice University.
He is the son of Sharon E. Allison and Theodore C. Allison of White Bear Lake, Minn. Mr. Allison’s mother retired as an owner, with her husband, a pharmacist, of a Snyder Drug Store that was in White Bear Lake.
Mr. Critcher, 34, is an associate professor of marketing, cognitive science and psychology at the University of California, Berkeley. He graduated from Yale and received a doctorate in social psychology from Cornell.
He is also the son of C. Robert Critcher, who lives in Shreveport, La., with Ms. Critcher, who is a professor emeritus of computer science at the Shreveport campus of Louisiana State University. She is also a founder of People Acting for Change and Equality, an LGBT advocacy organization in Shreveport that produces the North Louisiana Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. She is also the chairwoman of the Greater Shreveport Human Relations Commission. His father retired as an associate professor of communication disorders at Louisiana State, and is also a speech pathologist in private practice in Shreveport. He is also a lead singer and guitarist in Deserters of the Alamo, a rock band that performs in Shreveport bars and restaurants.
The couple met in 2010, just a few days after Mr. Critcher moved to the Bay Area. A mutual friend introduced them at an outdoor performance of the San Francisco Symphony in Dolores Park in San Francisco.
Devora Kaye, Aidan Thomas
Devora Shiri Kaye and Aidan King Thomas were married July 6 at the Barn at Liberty Farms, an events space in Ghent, N.Y. Christopher W. Arp, friend of the couple who became a Universal Life minister for this event, officiated.
Mrs. Thomas, 31, is the communications director, in Manhattan, for the New York City Education Department, and later this month she is to become the assistant commissioner for external affairs at the New York Police Department, also in Manhattan. She graduated and received a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Vanderbilt.
She is a daughter of Cathryn Berger Kaye and Barry L. Kaye of Los Angeles. The bride’s father is a chiropractor specializing in neurology who practices in Los Angeles. Her mother is an education consultant and the author of “The Complete Guide to Service Learning” (Free Spirit Publishing, 2010).
Mr. Thomas, also 31, is the principal of the middle academy at Leadership Preparatory Bedford-Stuyvesant Charter School in Brooklyn. He graduated from Colgate, and received a master’s degree in education from the Bank Street College of Education.
He is a son of Joyce King Thomas and Michael L. Thomas of Brooklyn Heights. The groom’s mother is the creative adviser at McCann XBC, an advertising agency in Manhattan. His father retired as an art director in Manhattan at Bozell, another advertising agency.
The couple met in 2015 at a dinner party with mutual friends in Manhattan.
Lillian Newman, Jonathan Weinberg
Lillian Jennifer Newman and Jonathan Michael Weinberg were married July 7 at the Ritz-Carlton Bacara in Santa Barbara, Calif. Rabbi Evan Goodman officiated.
Ms. Newman, 29, works as a marketing manager in the Emeryville, Calif., headquarters of Peet’s Coffee & Tea, where her focus is on digital strategy and e-commerce. She graduated cum laude from Lafayette College in Easton, Pa.
She is a daughter of Carol A. Newman and Charles J. Newman of Yorktown Heights, N.Y. Her father is the owner and founder of the Charles J. Newman Company, an insurance brokerage company in Peekskill, N.Y., for which the bride’s mother is the case manager.
Mr. Weinberg, 31, is the co-founder and chief operating officer of Karuna Labs, a software company in San Francisco that uses virtual reality technology to develop medical computer programs for patients with chronic pain. He graduated from Harvard and received an M.B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley.
He is the son of Lynne M. Weinberg and David B. Weinberg of Winnetka, Ill. His father is the chairman and chief executive of Judd Enterprises, an investment management business in Chicago. He is also a director of the Coca-Cola Company.
The couple met on JDate in 2012.
Danielle Marshak, Evan Feinberg
Danielle Jacqueline Marshak and Evan Nathaniel Feinberg were married July 5 at the Candlewood Inn, an events space in Brookfield, Conn. Cantor Deborah Katchko-Gray officiated.
The bride and groom each received a graduate degree from Stanford, she an M.B.A. and he a Ph.D. in biophysics.
Ms. Marshak, 27, is to begin working at Google in August as a product manager of video search in Mountain View, Calif. She graduated magna cum laude from Brown.
She is the daughter of Lynn H. Walkoff of Weston, Conn., and Craig J. Marshak of Atlantic Beach, N.Y. The bride’s father works in New York and Tel Aviv as a managing director of Israel Venture Partners, a venture capital and merchant banking firm. Her mother is an account management analyst at Cartus, an international corporate relocation firm, in Danbury, Conn. She is the stepdaughter of Robert A. Machson, a lawyer in private practice in Weston.
Dr. Feinberg, also 27, is a consultant in Palo Alto, Calif., focusing on the application of artificial intelligence to drug development. He graduated magna cum laude from Yale.
He is the son of Bebe B. Feinberg and Dr. Mark P. Feinberg of Fairfield, Conn. Until 1991 the groom’s mother was the director of the child life program at Yale New Haven Hospital. His father is an orthodontist in private practice in Shelton, Conn., and a clinical associate professor in the department of orthodontics at the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington.
The couple did not begin dating seriously until their sophomore year in college, but were introduced while high school seniors, after the bride’s maternal grandfather, Richard Walkoff of Westport, Conn., met the groom’s mother at a bar mitzvah.
Danielle Wainer, Paolo Di Marco
Danielle Wainer and Paolo Di Marco Gómez were married July 3 at the city clerk’s office in Manhattan. Shunya Togashi, a staff member of the New York City clerk’s office, officiated.
Ms. Wainer, 34, works in Bogotá, Colombia, as a vice president of Elevar Equity, a venture capital firm. She graduated magna cum laude from Brown and received an M.B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree in international economics from Johns Hopkins.
The bride is a daughter of Irene B. Wainer and Mario E. Wainer of New York. The bride’s father is the maître d’hôtel at L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, a French restaurant in New York. He was previously a maître d’hôtel at Le Cirque, a French restaurant that was in New York. Her mother retired as a teacher at Public School 88 Seneca in Ridgewood, Queens.
Mr. Di Marco, 34, is an engagement manager for McKinsey & Company, a consulting firm with headquarters in Manhattan. He graduated from Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá and received an M.B.A. from N.Y.U.
The groom is a son of Margarita M. Gómez de Di Marco and Víctor R. Di Marco of Bucaramanga, Colombia. The groom’s parents are the owners a group of retail clothing stores in Bucaramanga.
The couple met in Bogotá in 2016, after being introduced through the bride’s sister and brother-in-law.
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