Frances briefly attended ASU on the Regents Scholarship in dance before leaving for Chile to travel and immerse herself in the language, history, and culture. Upon her return, she earned a degree in Anthropology from NAU and one in Spanish from ASU. She continued to travel and continued dancing. Frances married a Cowboy and lives with him and her two sons in central Arizona where she is working on an inaugural event celebrating women in ranching called Home on the Ranch.
Elizabeth moved to Boston following her graduation from NAU in 2004 with degrees in Anthropology and Humanities. She received her Master’s degree from Harvard Extension School in May 2013 with a focus in Museum Studies. She works as a Research Administrator for the Stem Cell Program at Boston Children’s Hospital since 2010 and is actively involved with the Creative Arts Program at the hospital.
After graduating from FALA, Kari attended NAU. Her sophomore year at NAU, she studied abroad in Limerick, Ireland. She returned to NAU and then transferred to Columbia College Chicago to complete her undergraduate studies in Performing Arts Management in 2004. Kari returned to Flagstaff and NAU in fall of 2004 to pursue her Master of Music in Violin Performance and Suzuki Pedagogy. She graduated in 2006 and has remained in Flagstaff, teaching a studio of 40 violin and viola students. She performs with the Flagstaff Symphony and is a member of The Knockabouts. She also runs two companies, Living Traditions Presentations (founded in 2004), which promotes concerts of Celtic music, and the Grand Canyon Celtic Arts Academy (founded in 2009), which brings in instructors of Celtic arts to Flagstaff each summer.
Following high school, Danae enrolled in a dual degree program, earning a BA in Biology from Tufts University and a BM in Violin Performance from the New England Conservatory. She then attended UC Berkeley for graduate
school, earning a Ph.D. in Molecular and Cell Biology, and completed her postdoctoral studies at The Rockefeller University in New York City. Danae is now an assistant professor of biology at Harvey Mudd College.