[quote align=”center” color=”#999999″]“I handily won a seat on our town’s board of ﬁnance. A frequently cited rationale for voting for me: ‘I never knew you were a Wharton grad. That’s so impressive!’ Now if only I could remember half of what I learned in Dietrich Hall.”[/quote]
–Dr. Ann Huntington Mickelson W’70
Charlie Bachman GME’50 last year received an honorary doctorate of engineering from Michigan State University, his undergraduate alma mater. He was also delighted to celebrate his 91st birthday on Dec. 11.
Norman M. Kranzdorf L’55, Bala Cynwyd, Pa., email@example.com, writes, “I am pleased to announce the publication of my autobiography, A Man Of Many Centers. It is the story of my 60 years in the real-estate business and my years at Penn Law School. I was also a founder of the Wharton Real Estate Center during my time in Philadelphia. I was pleased to have Dr. Peter D. Linneman on the board when I founded Kranzco Realty Trust in 1992.”
Arnold Regardie W’56 writes, “I’m pleased to announce the publication of my new book, Prelude To Disaster: How Imperial Japan’s Diplomatic Treachery Led to America’s Greatest Military Disaster—Pearl Harbor. I published it to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack, Dec. 7, 1941. Based on a Congressional report released in 1946, it is a true account of the diplomatic exchanges between Japan and the US in the months leading up to the attack. It is available on Amazon.”
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Will Derby C’61 writes, “Peter Eustis C’61 and Maxine Greenberg CW’61, event co-chairs for the 55th Reunion, have confirmed that our class-reunion dinner will be held at the historic Mask and Wig Clubhouse on Fri., May 13. They are looking forward to seeing many classmates at this extraordinary venue.”
Dr. Wesley B. Truitt C’61 wrote Stealth Gambit: A Cold War Novel Inspired by Actual Events. “This is a compelling espionage story set during 1975, in which the KGB steals bogus airplane designs from a CIA agent in order to disrupt Soviet aircraft designers. Its realism is based on my career as an executive in the aerospace industry and my long associations with the State and Defense departments, as well as the CIA. This is my fifth published book, but my first novel. Amazon and BarnesAndNoble.com have it.”
Hon. Edward G. Rendell C’65 Hon’00, the former governor of Pennsylvania and mayor of Philadelphia, and Hon. Marjorie O. Rendell CW’69, a senior judge on the US Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, both received the 2015 Gold Medal for Distinguished Achievement from the Pennsylvania Society last year. They have dedicated their award to the Rendell Center for Civics and Civic Engagement, which they co-founded in the Annenberg School for Communication at Penn.
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John Kirkpatrick C’66 was elected president of the Common Council of the City of White Plains, N.Y.
Eric R. White GEd’67 GrEd’75, executive director emeritus of the division of undergraduate studies and emeritus associate dean for advising at Pennsylvania State University, published an essay last year, “Academic Advising in Higher Education: A Place at the Core,” in the Journal of General Education.
Marilyn Turetz Kanas CW’68 and Michael S. Kanas W’68 WG’70 have retired to St. George, Utah. “We love living in ‘paradise’ amidst the red mountains. Michael started his career in the ‘Big 8’ accounting world, and finished after a successful Silicon Valley IPO. Marilyn spent most of her career in marketing, and founded an executive search firm, STRe Solutions, where she is now an adviser. She enjoys working part-time as a personal wellness coach, associated with Herbalife.”
Dr. Richard W. Cohen C’69 is a psychiatrist in Center City Philadelphia. He writes that last year he was “ranked number one in five age divisions in the Middle States section of the US Tennis Association (the 30s, 35s, 40s, 50s, and 60s).”
Hon. Marjorie O. Rendell CW’69 see Hon. Edward G. Rendell C’65 Hon’00.
Dr. Ann Huntington Mickelson W’70 writes, “After graduating from Penn, I worked for a short while on Madison Avenue, then pursued and earned a veterinary degree from Cornell. For the past 33 years, I have owned and operated Suffield Veterinary Hospital in Suffield, Conn., a five-veterinarian companion-animal practice. Last fall, at the request of my party’s town committee, I ran for and handily won a seat on our town’s board of finance. A frequently cited rationale for voting for me: ‘I never knew you were a Wharton grad. That’s so impressive!’ Now if only I could remember half of what I learned in Dietrich Hall! Thank you, Penn.”
Morris A. Nunes C’70 W’70 writes that his sixth book, Designing Profits: Creative Business Strategies for Design Practices, was published in January by Routledge. Maury notes that he continues to practice law, counseling privately held businesses, professional practices, and nonprofits from his offices in Kennesaw, Ga., and Falls Church, Va.
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George Francis Edward W’71 writes, “I retired from the Whatcom Educational Credit Union (Bellingham, Wash.) last year, and wrote a book about a program I developed to combat the financial exploitation of the elderly: How to Steal From Mom: A Wake-Up Call for Seniors. Recently I presented Mom as a continuing-legal-education course to the Skagit County Bar. Last September, I spoke to the Whatcom County superior-court guardian ad litems.”
Dr. Jeffrey D. Goldstein C’72 moved to Los Angeles, after 33 years in his hometown, Jacksonville, Fla., and joined the faculty of the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA as chief of clinical pediatric pathology. He is also a newly elected trustee of the American Board of Pathology. But most importantly, he and his wife, Doris, are “living in the same building, two doors away, from their new granddaughter, Parisa (Class of 2033).”
Seth Bergmann GEE’73 writes, “On Sept. 13, I ran the Fifth Avenue Mile in New York. I finished the race in 6:17, good for 10th place of 55 in the male 65-69 age group.”
Dr. Kenneth A Grossman C’73 , a dermatologist who maintains a practice in Little Silver, N.J., was selected by New Jersey Monthly magazine as one of the top doctors in the state for the 10th consecutive year. “More importantly, I am also drummer in a rock band composed of doctors, the Docs of Rock, that performs for free at fundraisers for local charities.”
Deborah Lee Trupin CW’74 recently retired from New York state’s Bureau of Historic Sites (Peebles Island), where she had served as textile and upholstery conservator for 28 years. “I have not retired from the field of conservation, but have started a freelance practice, Trupin Conservation Services, with the motto, ‘Have Project? Will Travel!’ I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
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Andrew Filderman C’76 M’80 was named a top pulmonologist in Maine for 2013 and 2014 in a survey published by Down East magazine. He lives in Rockport with his wife Leetha, president, PopTech, and their three sons.
Michael P. Malloy L’76, a Distinguished Professor and Scholar at the University of the Pacific’s law school, is a US representative to the real-estate markets advisory group of the UN Economic Commission for Europe.
Nancy Princenthal C’77 last year wrote Agnes Martin: Her Life and Art, which was included in the longlist for the PEN 2016 Literary Awards.
Marcy B. Tanker L’77 last year joined the West Conshohocken office of the Pittsburgh law firm of Burns White LLC as of counsel. She specializes in the defense of medical professionals and hospitals in malpractice litigation.
Lawrence J. Haas C’78, email@example.com, is a senior fellow at the American Foreign Policy Council and a foreign-affairs columnist. His latest book is Harry and Arthur: Truman, Vandenberg, and the Partnership That Created the Free World, published by Potomac Books in April.
Michael E. Scullin C’79 is counsel at the Philadelphia law firm of McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, LLP, and a recent president of the Consular Corps Association of Philadelphia. Last year, he spoke on “It’s a Sister Act: Cultivating ‘Sister’ Bar Association Relationships in a Globalized World” at the fall meeting of the ABA’s section on international law in Montreal.
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Kenneth Kim C’81, Redondo Beach, Calif., writes that his novel, The Superhero Memoirs, “a meditation on the mysteries of modern love, life, relationships, and regret, viewed through a unique lens of science-fiction, mythology, and fantasy, has recently been published by Zharmae Publishing Press.”
John D. Woodward Jr. W’81 writes, “In May, I retired from the Central Intelligence Agency. In July, I began my new career as a professor of the practice of international relations at the Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University, where I teach undergraduate and graduate courses related to intelligence and national security.”
Michael J. Shannon ChE’82 is CEO of Houghton International, a specialty-lubrication company located in Valley Forge, Pa. He lives in his hometown of West Chester, with his wife, Amy Byers Shannon Nu’82, who works at Community Volunteers in Medicine in West Goshen.
Bart D. Cohen EAS’84 W’84 has joined the Nussbaum Law Group, a Manhattan boutique litigation firm, as a director. Previously, he was in private practice representing plaintiffs in class actions and other complex litigation, and earlier he was a shareholder of Philadelphia law firm Berger & Montague.
David L. Ulin C’84 last year wrote Sidewalking: Coming to Terms With Los Angeles, which was included in the longlist for the PEN 2016 Literary Awards.
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David Blatte W’86 and Sue Dreier Wishnow C’86, Class co-presidents, write, “Don’t forget to mark your calendars and plan to be on campus for our 30th Reunion, May 13-16. If you were at our 25th, you know you won’t want to miss this epic event. If you missed our 25th, even more reason to be there this May. See you all at The Button! Please also like our Facebook Page, UPenn Class of ’86. Any questions, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. We also are looking for volunteers to help us. Hurrah, Hurrah!”
David A. Jaffe C’86 is a partner in the Pittsburgh office of the law firm of Fox Rothschild LLP who specializes in mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance and governance. Last year, he was elected secretary of the Pittsburgh chapter of the Association of Corporate Growth.
Monica Sanders Embery C’87 writes, “It is with great sadness that I announce the passing of my father, Ronald V. Sanders WEv’84. When I was a freshman at Penn, he was the computer programmer for Undergraduate Admissions and then joined the Registrar’s Office as associate registrar in 1985. Many of my classmates might have met him in my dorm room in the Quad during Fling.”
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Ezra Haber Glenn C’91 is a lecturer in urban planning and community development at MIT. Recently, he received the Jeffrey Graham Award for Excellence in Community Development from the Massachusetts Association of Community Development Corporations, and the Outstanding Contribution to Student Life Award from the MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning. He lives in Somerville, Mass., with his wife, Melissa, and their three children, Mehitabel, Linus, and Tobit.
David S. Rich C’91, firstname.lastname@example.org, writes that he was honored to have been selected in October by Super Lawyers magazine as a New York Metro Super Lawyer (Employment & Labor) for 2015. An employment- and business-litigation attorney, he is the founder of the Law Offices of David S. Rich, LLC, in New York and in Englewood Cliffs, N.J. He also holds an AV (Preeminent) Peer Review Rating from the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory. He, his wife, Galit Chinitz-Rich C’90 (email@example.com), and their four children (ages eleven, nine, and seven and seven) live happily in northern New Jersey.
Sandeep Thakrar EAS’91 W’91 WG’95 has been promoted to president of Neema Hospitality, his family’s hotel-management company which runs 10 limited-service hotels in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.
Jennifer M. Bernstein C’93 writes, “I am very excited to report that my oldest son, Adam Bernstein, will be a member of the Class of 2020!”
Elliott Hornblass C’94 and his wife, Melissa, are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Hugo Louis Hornblass, on Oct. 2. “Weighing in at a hefty 9 lbs. 8 oz., he joined big sisters Mia (six), Olivia (five), and Charlie (three) in a world filled with Barbie dolls, glitter, and make-up. Yikes.”
Shawn Evans GAr’95 GFA’95 has been promoted to principal of Atkin Olshin Schade Architects. The manager of its Santa Fe office, which he helped establish in 2005, he also serves as director of preservation and cultural projects. (See “Preserving the Pueblos,” Nov|Dec 2013.)
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Melissa Epstein C’96 and her husband, Adam Jackson, are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Gabriel Joseph Jackson, on Oct. 5. He was welcomed to the family by grandparents Paulayne Sklarsky Epstein Nu’68 and Arthur Epstein G’68 Gr’71, and aunt and uncle Dana Epstein Stein C’00 and Michael Stein C’00. Melissa and Adam are still living in New York and would love to hear from old friends at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scott Mulhauser C’97 writes, “In a beautiful sunset desert wedding, I married Kara Carscaden on Oct. 11 in Scottsdale, Ariz., her hometown. We, who currently live and work in Beijing, were joined by a crowd including Todd Sternberg W’97, Jonathan Good EAS’97, Patrick Adelsbach EAS’97 W’97, Gene Song C’97, and Joel Mulhauser C’67, my father.”
Ashley Wren Collins C’98 married Colombian-born classical guitarist Francisco Roldán on Nov. 21 at The Upper Crust in New York. “Held in the round and presided over by a mutual friend, the ceremony featured live music performances and poetry readings from friends and family, as well as personal vows and a group sing-along.” Wedding guests included Carole Heavener Collins GEd’96, David Lavine C’93, Ellen Trachtenberg Copaken C’98, Jamie Copaken C’97, Jordan Rockwell C’00, Judy Kawaguchi W’98, Marguerite Nguyen Holmes W’98, Matt Barkan C’00, Nikki Rae C’00, Reshma Sohoni EAS’98 W’98, Tamar Shuldiner Levenberg EAS’98, and Tara Bruh C’97.” Ashley originally met Francisco at a film screening neither of them was planning on attending and had their first date several days later at a restaurant in the Meatpacking District that they have not returned to since. They currently live in Harlem, where she “acts, produces, directs, and choreographs for the stage and screen, as well as writes books, and he teaches classical guitar and plays concerts around the world.”
Douglas E. Roberts C’98 has joined the Philadelphia office of the Pittsburgh law firm of Pietragallo, Gordon, Alfano, Bosick & Raspanti, LLP, as a senior associate in its government-enforcement, compliance, and white-collar litigation, and qui-tam practice groups. Previously, he worked as a lead counsel with the Federal Defenders of Western North Carolina.
Nathan F. Fahrer L’99 WG’99 has been promoted to partner of the law firm of Perkins Coie LLP; he is a member of its real-estate and land-use practice in Chicago.
Amanda M. Knapp C’99, an associate in the Cleveland office of the law firm of Roetzel & Andress, has been named a 2016 Ohio Super Lawyer-Rising Star (business litigation) by Ohio Super Lawyers magazine.
Ann Meyer Abdi WG’00 has been promoted to chief operating officer of Meyer and Associates, based in Chatham, N.J., which produces insurance programs for collegiate alumni associations. She lives in Maplewood with her husband and two children.
Clay A. Barkley C’00 writes, “Our son, David Breckenridge Barkley, was born on July 15 in Louisville, Ky. Breck is healthy and enjoying adventures and misadventures with his brother, Ben.”
Jessie Beller C’00 and Scott Calidas EAS’00 W’00 are thrilled to announce the birth of their daughter, Zoe Alice Beller Calidas, on Nov. 19. “Zoe is happy and healthy and delightful, and we can’t wait to show her around campus. We live in New York, where Scott leads the firmwide-strategy group at Goldman Sachs and Jessie is an ethics lawyer for the City of New York.”
Michele Sacks Fenkel C’00 has been elected shareholder of Hangley Aronchick Segal Pudlin & Schiller, where she specializes in corporate and securities matters.
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Andrew P. Alin C’01 L’04 has been elected partner of the New York law firm of Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP, where he specializes in broad-based M&A and general corporate practice.
Melisa Kirkup Blatt C’01 writes, “My husband, Ben, and I are thrilled to announce the birth of our son, Samuel William Blatt, on Aug. 16 at 9:20pm at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.”
Brooke Beck Keeney Nu’01 and her husband, Randy, “joyfully announce the birth of our fourth child, Andrew Levi, on April 17. Big sisters Abbie and Anna and big brother Tyler love their little brother and we are all adjusting to life as a family of six! We are enjoying raising our growing family in Houston.”
Alexandra Minkovich C’01 in September joined Baker & McKenzie as counsel in its North American tax practice in Washington. Previously, she was an associate tax legislative counsel in the Office of Tax Policy of the US Department of Treasury.
Heather Brammeier GFA’02, an associate professor of art at Bradley University in Peoria, Ill., received an honorable mention in the Dave Bown Projects last November for an image from This Mortal Coil, a large sculptural installation she had shown at the Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts in Grand Rapids, Mich.
Gabrielle Levin C’02 L’06 was elected partner at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP. A member of its litigation department, she focuses on securities and employment litigation, practicing in its New York office.
Lauren Plackter Rubin C’02 and Jared Rubin W’02 are thrilled to announce the birth of their son, Nathan David, on Nov. 13. Big sister Eliana (four) and big brother Asher (two) are excited to now be a party of five. Lauren and Jared live in Columbus, Ohio, where he is a director with American Signature Furniture, Inc., and she is an adjunct professor of legal writing at Ohio State’s law school and a consultant providing corporate-litigation assistance to law firms.
Lauren Stakias C’02, director of exhibition and program funding at the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan, was included in the “40 Under 40” list in the January issue of The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Julie Berstein Palley C’03 and Josh Palley C’04, and big sisters Etta and Lucy, are excited to announce the birth of their son and little brother, Samuel Reese, on March 6, 2015. “We live in Philadelphia, and Sam is excited to explore Penn’s campus.”
Stephanie Langin-Hooper C’03 and her husband, David Stanton, are proud to announce the birth of their son, Myer Edward Stanton, on Dec. 29. “He is an exceptionally good-natured little man, and truly a ‘bringer of light’ (the Hebrew meaning of his first name).” All three live in Dallas, where she is assistant professor and the Karl Kilinski II Endowed Chair of Hellenic Visual Culture in the Department of Art History at Southern Methodist University.
Josh Palley C’04 see Julie Berstein Palley C’03.
Roni Elchahal C’05 W’05, London, in charge of capital partnering in Europe, Middle East, and Africa for General Atlantic, an international growth-equity firm, was promoted to principal last year.
Caitlin Lukens Lasnoski C’05 and Kent Lasnoski C’05 wrote in November, “God has given us a year full of adventure. In Sept. 2014, Kent’s book, Vocation to Virtue, was published by Catholic University of America Press. Last April, God blessed us with our sixth child, Socorra Perpetua; she joined siblings Augustine (two), Maksymilian (four), Magdalena (six), Gabriel (seven), and Aquinas (nine), who welcomed her with much attention and love. In July, we moved from Illinois to Lander, Wyo., where Kent is now working as an assistant professor of theology at Wyoming Catholic College, a school that combines the traditional liberal arts with outdoor leadership programs. I, Caitlin, am busy passing on my brilliant education to my children, whom I educate at home. My parents, David and Donna Lukens SPP’07, also moved out here. We love Wyoming and spend as much of our free time as we can outdoors hiking, biking, climbing, skiing, and sledding.”
Nathan J. Pangrace C’05, an associate in the Cleveland office of the law firm of Roetzel & Andress, has been named a 2016 Ohio Super Lawyer-Rising Star (employment and labor) by Ohio Super Lawyers magazine.
Jason M. Reefer C’05 L’08, a member of the product-liability group of the Pittsburgh law firm of Pietragallo, Gordon, Alfano, Bosick & Raspanti, LLP, was elected partner in October.
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Roy D. Prather III C’06 and his wife, Dr. Kristal Elliston Prather C’07, are thrilled and blessed to announce the birth of their son, Roy D. Prather IV, on Dec. 30 in Baltimore. Roy is a practicing attorney at Beveridge & Diamond and Kristal is a pediatric resident at Johns Hopkins.
Rebecca Santoro Melley L’07 has been elected shareholder of Hangley Aronchick Segal Pudlin & Schiller. She is a general commercial litigator with experience in IP and real estate, and had also served pro-bono as co-counsel with the ACLU in Whitewood v. Wolf (2014), which overturned Pennsylvania’s ban on same-sex marriage.
Dr. Kristal Elliston Prather C’07 see Roy D. Prather III C’06.
Kate Cella GAr’08 GFA’08 GLA’08 has been promoted to associate in the international design firm W Architecture and Landscape Architecture in New York. She is project manager of Plaza 33, the temporary plaza at Penn Station and of Prudential’s Newark (N.J.) headquarters, which features an acre green roof and the largest green wall in the New York area.
Sara Lenrow Kahn C’08 and Scott Kahn C’08 (and big brother Corey) are excited to announce the birth of their son, Justin Blake, on Nov. 5 in Wynnewood, Pa. Proud grandparents are Natalie and Dr. David Lenrow C’81 GM’93 (Penn faculty) and Roger Kahn W’77 and Pam Lebwith Kahn C’77. Sara and Scott live in Bala Cynwyd, Pa.
Michelle Alpert Kelrick C’08 and Scott Kelrick C’08 are happy to announce the birth of their first son, Henry Frank Kelrick, on Mon., Dec. 28, at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles. “Aside from his parents, Henry comes from a long line of alumni, including grandparents Howard Kelrick C’77 and Karen Frank Kelrick W’77, and great-grandfather Joseph Kelrick W’49.”
Dr. Paul Marthers GrEd’08, the associate vice-chancellor for strategic enrollment management and student success for the SUNY system, writes that he has “just published Follow Your Interests to Find the Right College (Wheatmark Publishing). Organized around academic programs and types of colleges, it is of interest to prospective students, parents, and college guidance counselors.”
Dr. Sabrina Kay GrEd’09, chancellor of Fremont College in Los Angeles, in November received a Lifetime Learning Leadership Award at the Learning 2015 Conference of the Learning Consortium.
Richard J. Slavin C’09 L’12 has joined Larsson & Scheuritzel P.C., a Philadelphia commercial real-estate law firm, as an associate who specializes in transactional real-estate law and local administrative approvals.
Rachel S. Vigneaux L’09 writes, “I recently married Pietro Deserio G’10 L’10. Attending the wedding wereDiana Iskelov L’09, Eric Wolfish L’09, Will Stafford L’09, Josh Glickman L’09, Matt Schwartz L’09, Nicole M. Sugarman L’09, and John Hein L’09. Pietro and I recently moved (with our two dogs) to Los Angeles, where I started working as an associate principal counsel at Marvel Studios and he transferred from Proskauer Rose LLP’s New York office to their Los Angeles office.”
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Alejandro Gac-Artigas GEd’11 is the founding head of Springboard Collaborative, a nonprofit that runs intensive five-week summer-reading programs for urban school districts; last summer it served 2,000 children in Philadelphia and Oakland, Calif. For this, he was included in the “40 Under 40” list in the January issue of The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
K. Ross Merrill C’11 has joined the tort group at Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP in Kansas City, Mo. He graduated from the University of Missouri–Kansas City law school last year.
Emily Burns C’12 has been promoted to consultant in the San Francisco office of Mars & Co., a management-consulting firm.
Samuel M. Franklin C’12 has joined the Philadelphia office of the law firm of Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC, as an associate in its real-estate practice. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh law school last year.
Dr. Joe Khodari V’13 married Dr. Hillary Rosen D’15 on Nov. 1 in Rockleigh, N.J. “Her parents, Dr. Ira Rosen D’83 and Dr. Karen Knopf Rosen C’82 D’85, proudly walked her down the aisle. We all celebrated with family and friends from around the world, including Dr. Maetal Henig D’15, Dr. Oze Henig M’13, Dr. Gabriel Martin Strauss D’14, Dr. Haim Tawil D’14 GEd’14, Dr. Isaac Kuyunov D’14, Dr. Laurel Wiley V’13, Dr. Jessie Wallach V’13, Evan Richter C’08 W’08, Rebecca Gittler EAS’12 GEng’12, Jonathan Sassover C’11, Dr. Matthew Paradisgarten D’15 GEd’15, Zahava Stadler G’14 GEd’15, Dr. Evan Eisler C’11 D’15, Dr. Debbie Schub C’11 D’15, Simon Basseyn M’17 WG’17, Dr. Courtney Lam D’15, Dr. Katie Romelfanger D’15, Dr. Yossi Davis D’15 and Mollie Sussman EAS’13 GEng’14, Jacob Warren Gr’16, Dana Warren SPP’16, Dr. Rose Gallo Coombe D’85, and Dr. Susan Dworetsky Schlesinger C’81 D’85 GD’86 and Cliff Schlesinger W’81 L’85. Hillary is currently in a pediatric dental residency at LIJ-North Shore and Joe is working in a general-practice veterinary clinic in New York.”
Dr. Hillary Rosen D’15. See Dr. Joe Khodari V’13.