Jennifer Anne Cuminale and Jamieson Ford Russell were married Sept. 28 at the First Congregational Church of Greenwich in Greenwich, Conn. The Rev. Patrick Collins, a United Church of Christ minister, performed the ceremony.
Mrs. Russell, 32, is an associate vice president and the manager of public relations and communications at the Christie’s auction house in New York. She is on the board of the Art Therapy Project, a nonprofit organization in New York providing group therapy to those affected by trauma; she is also on the board of fellows of Trinity College in Hartford. She graduated from Trinity, and received an M.B.A. from N.Y.U.
She is the daughter of Cynthia A. Cuminale and James W. Cuminale of Darien, Conn. The bride’s father is the general counsel and a partner in PJT Partners, an investment banking company in New York. He is on the board of trustees of Trinity and on the board of advisers of Vanderbilt Law School. Her mother was until 1998 a second vice president in global cash management and banking at General Reinsurance in Stamford, Conn.
Mr. Russell, 35, who goes by Jay, is a principal in the New York office of Charles River Associates, a Boston-based consulting firm. He graduated from Hamilton College.
He is a son of Catherine Gribbin Russell and Clement F. Russell, both of Acton, Mass. The groom’s mother is the manager of patient flow at Beth Israel Lahey Health at Beverly Hospital in Beverly, Mass. His father, who is retired, was a lawyer in private practice in Concord, Mass.
The couple were introduced in 2017 through the dating app Bumble, and a week later met for a drink topped off with late-night burgers at JG Melon on the Upper East Side, which turned out to be both their favorite burger place. They also quickly learned they were both reading the novel “A Gentleman in Moscow.”