Stuart Zeiger and Olga Guerra of Philadelphia, formerly of Blue Bell, announce the marriage of their son, Marc Joshua Zeiger-Guerra, to Veronica Esther Lee, daughter of Dr. Steven J. Lee and Ms. Mary D'Agostino of Glen Ridge, N.J.

    The ceremony took place Sept. 4 at the URJ Camp Kutz in Warwick, N.Y.

    Rabbi Steven Kushner and Cantor Meredith Greenberg of Temple Ner Tamid in Bloomfield, N.J., officiated.

    The bridal party included Joanna Zeiger-Guerra, sister of the groom; Carina and Jessica Lee, sisters of the bride; Melinda Taylor and Roxana Wells, cousins of the bride; Sara Gribbon; Andrew Hartwig; Becky Elias; Ari Nepon; and Brandon Slattery.

    Michael D'Agostino escorted Ms. Lee's grandmother, Carmela D'Agostino. Guests came from China, France, Italy, Israel and Germany, as well as from across the United States.

    The groom is the sales and marketing operations manager for SofterWare, Inc., in Horsham, a software and services company providing management systems to non-profits. He earned a bachelor's degree from Tufts University, where he majored in political science.

    The bride is a Foreign Service officer for the U.S. Agency for International Development. Ms. Lee holds three masters degrees — from the University of Pennsylvania in environmental studies natural resource management, from the École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris in environmental management, and from Tsinghua University in Beijing in environmental engineering. She also graduated from Bryn Mawr College with a bachelor's degree in anthropology.

    The couple, who met at URJ Camp Harlam, lived in Beijing, where Ms. Lee completed her studies, interned and worked for a French urban planning company. During this time, Mr. Zeiger-Guerra telecommuted to his job in Pennsylvania and took Chinese language classes. Both served on the board of Kehillat Beijing, a progressive Jewish chavurah. While in Beijing, they traveled extensively throughout southeast Asia.

    The newlyweds currently live in Washington, D.C.