Emily Salander, Felipe Maciá

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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.

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