The bride, 26, is known as Molly. Later this month, she is to begin her second year at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York. She graduated cum laude from Princeton. From 2006 to 2007, she assisted with a mobile health clinic in the Laikipia district of Kenya for Community Health Africa Trust.

Her father retired last year as the executive director of the United States Golf Association, which has its headquarters in Far Hills, N.J.

Next month, the bridegroom, 29, is to start his second year of study toward an M.B.A. at the University of Pennsylvania. Until last week, he was a summer intern in the global marketing group of Celgene, a biotechnology company in Summit, N.J. He graduated from Brown.

His mother is on the board of the Bridgeport Ladies Charitable Society. His father is in charge of the energy financial services subsidiary of General Electric Capital in Stamford, Conn.