Dr. Cynthia Omoge Akagbosu and Nathan Putney Swire were married May 25 at the Cathedral of Christ the Light in Oakland, Calif. The Rev. Raymond Ogbemure, a Roman Catholic priest, performed the ceremony. On May 24, the couple took part in a traditional Edo Nigerian ceremony at the Jack London Aquatic Center, also in Oakland.
The couple met at Dartmouth, from which they graduated.
The bride, 28, is a resident physician in pediatrics at Boston Children's Hospital and Boston Medical Center. She also holds a master's degree in medical sciences from Boston University and a medical degree from Tufts
She is the daughter of Dr. Fidelis T. Akagbosu of Richmond, Calif., and the late Dr. Lilian C. Akagbosu, who lived in Tampa. The bride's father is an obstetrician and gynecologist at the Kaiser Permanente Center for Reproductive Health in Fremont, Calif. He is also a former consultant obstetrician and gynecologist, and a infertility specialist, at Bourn Hall Clinic in Cambridge, England. Her mother was a doctor of occupational medicine in Tampa.
On May 30, the groom, 30, is to receive a law degree from Harvard. In November, he is to become a law clerk for William Young, a judge on the United States District Court of Massachusetts, with chambers in Boston. The groom is a former infantry captain who served in the Army from March 2012 to July 2016.
He is a son of Anne Scott-Putney of Sandwich, Mass., and Peter P. Swire of Atlanta. The groom's mother is the chief executive of the Heritage Museum and Gardens in Sandwich. His father is the Holder Chair of Law and Ethics at the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business in Atlanta. He is also the former chief counselor for privacy during the Clinton administration, as well as a former member of President Obama's Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies.
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