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“Guess what? I did it! At the Philly Marathon, I broke the Guinness World Record for fastest marathon wearing a Santa Claus suit. It was really close, but I beat the old record by about two minutes to cover the course in 2:54:02.” –Brian Lang C’08

Dr. Edward D. Weil Ch’50
writes that the second edition of his book Flame Retardants for Plastics and Textiles: Practical Applications was recently published by Hanser. He retired last year as a research professor at the Polytechnic Institute (NYU), but continues to consult in flame retardancy with industrial clients and is still adding to his portfolio of over 210 US patents; he lives in Copley, near Akron, Ohio.


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Amaranth Ehrenhalt FA’51, , is participating in the show Over 85—Still Creating at the Anita Shapolsky Gallery in Manhattan through March 19.

Michael Eigen C’57
is a psychologist and psychoanalyst who serves as an associate clinical professor of psychology at New York University; he received last year’s lifetime achievement award from the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis. His latest book, Image, Sense, Infinities, and Everyday Life, was published by Karnac Books in November.

Lynn Sandler Hubschman CW’57 SW’64 wrote in September, “I have a popular blog about sex, love, and marriage,, that I am now putting into a book. My daughter Jody Miller was just listed in Fortune as one of 10 women in business to watch; her daughter Amelia just began at Harvard. My daughter Tracy G. Drufovka SW’85 is director of transplant at Einstein Hospital in Philadelphia; her daughter Alina, a senior at Colorado College, completed a thousand miles of the Appalachian Trail. So all is well, and Emil and I leave for Florida next month for seven months.”

Richard A. Hasler G’59
retired last year. “Since I retired officially at age 62, I have ‘flunked’ retirement seven times. But this time it is for real, so says my wife, Arlene. We live in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.”

Dr. Eli O. Meltzer C’60
received the prestigious Gold-Headed Cane Award for 2015 from the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, which honors a fellow of the college “who has demonstrated the highest standards of scientific excellence and integrity.” Earlier last year, he received the outstanding-clinician award from the World Allergy Organization for “medical care and teaching which have contributed to allergy care worldwide.”


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Stephen A. Cozen C’61 L’64
is the founding chair of the Philadelphia-based law firm of Cozen O’Connor P.C. In October, he spoke at the National Museum of American Jewish History in their Young Friends’ inaugural C-Suite Speaker series.

Steve Stovall W’62 ASC’63
emails, “We live on our farm outside Durango, Colo. I am still teaching marketing courses full-time at Fort Lewis College; I began there in 1996. I was recently appointed to the board of the Ft. Lewis Mesa fire department; retired as an active volunteer over eight years ago, I have some practical experience. My wife, Denise, a Penn Stater, and I still operate a farmers co-op, selling naturally raised meats. I continue to run races, albeit slowly, and get in a sprint triathlon every once and awhile. Last summer, I got to see several Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity brothers in Philadelphia: Bob Weidman C’63, Rob Hartman W’64, Jim Reynolds W’63, Jim Keeley W’61 ASC’63, Hugh MacMullan C’61, Ed Deitch Ed’61, Harry Yates W’60, Tony Davis W’60, and Jerry Forest W’62. My office phone is (970) 247-7445 and email is [email protected] .”

Bruce Macbain G’63 Gr’75 writes, “The saga continues. The first volume of my Viking Age trilogy, Odd Tangle-Hair’s Saga, appeared last May. Now, Book Two, The Ice Queen (Blankslate Press), takes up Odd’s adventures as a skald (court poet) in the land of the Rus. Here he is drawn into a dangerous love affair with the passionate and cunning Princess Ingigerd of Novgorod, and is forced to break with his sworn lord, Harald the Ruthless. Along the way, Odd devises a stratagem to defeat the wild Pechenegs, nomadic warriors of the steppe, and goes off on a doomed mission to explore the distant reaches of the Black Sea. The novel concludes with Odd sailing into the harbor of Constantinople, bent on a secret mission, which will almost certainly cost him his life.”

Richard P. Jaffe C’65
is a partner and co-head of the private-equity practice group of the Philadelphia law firm of Duane Morris LLP. In September, he began his term as the 2015-16 global chair of the Association for Corporate Growth. He also chairs the advisory board of the Center for Corporate Governance at Drexel University. He lives in Philadelphia with his wife, Julie Erber Jaffe CW’65; their children are Robert Jaffe C’96, Emily Jaffe C’99, and Kate Jaffe C’04.

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Arthur M. Shapiro C’66
writes that he was inducted into the Hall of Fame of Philadelphia’s Central High School on Oct. 29; it is the second-oldest high school in the country.

Bruce Wessels MtE’68,
the Walter P. Murphy Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Northwestern University, in August visited the Changchun University of Science and Technology in China to discuss a joint optics research center for the two universities.

Dr. Richard W. Cohen C’69
is a physiatrist 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).”

William H. Hernandez W’70
is the retired senior vice president and CFO of PPG Industries, Inc., in Pittsburgh; when there, he was selected as “CFO of the Year” by Chemical Week magazine and chosen four times as the “Best CFO in the Chemical industry” by Institutional Investor magazine. He currently chairs the audit committees of the boards for Northrop Grumman, the Albemarle Corp., and USG Corp., as well as chairing the nominating and governance committee of BlackBox Corp. He was the keynote speaker for the first cohort in a new program at Penn State’s business school called “Corporate Control and Analysis,” which is designed for accounting and finance majors seeking careers in corporations, consulting, and paths other than public accounting. He is the father of Lisa Hope Hernandez C’97.


Andrew Gilman C’73 GEd’73 reports on two anniversaries: “30 years of marriage to Dianne Rudo and 30 years as CEO of CommCore Consulting Group, based in Washington. I’ll skip the marriage secrets. The business secret, CAP: Customer-focus, Adaptability, and People we hire.”

Robert M. Steeg C’73 ASC’75, the managing partner of the Steeg Law Firm LLC in New Orleans, was included in New Orleans Magazine’s “Top Lawyers 2015 for Real Estate Law.”

Hon. Dennis J. Curran C’74 G’74,
a justice of the Massachusetts Superior Court, was honored by the Massachusetts Bar with its Chief Justice Edward F. Hennessey Award for “his exceptional contributions to the administration of justice in the Commonwealth.” An adjunct professor of law at the Roger Williams School of Law, he wrote “Abraham Lincoln: A Model for Today’s Trial Lawyers,” which was published in the October issue of the Massachusetts Law Review.

John J. Beardsworth Jr. C’75
is a partner in the law firm of Hunton & Williams LLP, based in Richmond, Va., and global head of its business-practice group. He has been appointed chair-elect of the ABA’s section of public utility, communications, and transportation law.

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Avrom Jacobs SW’76
writes, “I was presented with my first grandchild, Elior, by my daughter, Kayla, and her husband, Chaim, in Haifa, Israel, in July. Cute little fellow, if I say so myself. I spent last year in Jerusalem, studying international public health at Hebrew University with health professionals from developing countries. In addition, my son, Gilad, was just engaged to Dr. Jamie Stagl. All in all, a banner year!” Avrom and his late wife, Dr. Laura Furst Jacobs ChE’77 EE’77 GEng’78 Gr’82, founded NormaTec in Newton Centre, Mass., which manufactures medical and sports-related equipment.

Carol Tracy CGS’76 last November received the President’s Award for Distinguished Contributions to Justice from the American Society of Criminology on the 25th anniversary of her leading the Women’s Law Project, the only public-interest legal center devoted to the rights of women and girls in Pennsylvania.

Barton J. Goldenberg W’77,
president of ISM Inc. in Bethesda, Md., specializes in customer-relationship marketing. His third book, The Definitive Guide to Social CRM, published last year by Pearson, provides “a comprehensive understanding of the emerging social CRM marketplace.”

Tim Houghton C’77 writes that his sixth collection of poems, The Internal Distance (Selected Poems 1989-2012), was published recently in a bilingual (English and Italian) edition by Mimesis Edizioni, an imprint of the academic Italian press Hebenon in Milan.

Martin R. Siegel C’77 has joined Stock and Leader, Attorneys At Law, in York, Pa., as head of its environmental-law group. Previously, he was an assistant counsel in the south-central regional office of the state Department of Environmental Protection.

Dr. Stephen J. Rothenberg D’78,
who maintains a practice in Darien, Conn., was recently honored by the American College of Prosthodontists with the Private Practice Award for its Northeast region.

Laura Goldman W’79,
who returned to Philadelphia after living in Israel, is a freelance booker-producer for ABC’s Good Morning America. She is also a contributor to The Daily Mail, “the most read online newspaper in the world,” and The Huffington Post. Some of her “most popular stories include an interview with former President George W. Bush about his reaction to the capture of Osama Bin Laden. I came to journalism after a successful Wall Street career.”

Dan Moses W’80
writes that he is “currently spending 10 months in Fuzhou, China, teaching English at a university. Having never traveled to the East, I thought this might be a good opportunity to experience a different culture and to learn firsthand about some of the history of China. But having never been here before and not being a speaker of the language, I was a bit hesitant to make a 10-month commitment, especially considering that I would only be one of two American teachers here. But the experience has been amazing. The students are friendly beyond belief, eager to learn, respectful, and helpful in every way possible. They are full of love, compassion, and understanding. They routinely pay for my meals, bring me gifts, tell me how appreciative they are that I’m here, and even call me during typhoons to make sure I’m okay. There are six students to each 12×15 ft. dorm room. They live with the same roommates for all four years, and I’ve yet to hear a complaint or even a voice raised from any of them. Their obvious contentment is a good testament to the adage, Less is more, and I hope that we, as Americans, can learn from their humble and appreciative way of living.”

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James C. Palmer L’81,
an attorney who specializes in real-estate law in the Portland, Maine, firm of Verrill Dana, LLP, was included in The Best Lawyers in America 2016.

Dr. Flora Lum C’81 has been promoted to vice president in charge of the newly created quality and data-science division at the American Academy of Ophthalmology in San Francisco; she had been a policy director overseeing the Hoskins Center for Quality Eye Care.

Dr. Gale Blackmer C’84
was appointed the Pennsylvania state geologist and director of the state Bureau of Topographic and Geologic Survey; she had been acting director.

Joshua D. Cohen W’84 L’87 has joined the law firm of McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC as a member of its corporate and tax practice group and based in its Lancaster, Pa., office. A trustee of the New School of Lancaster, he serves on the boards of the EDC Finance Corp. and the World Trade Center of Central Pennsylvania.

Michael Kutzin W’84 is a partner in the New York City and White Plains firm of Goldfarb Abrandt Salzman & Kutzin LLP, where he specializes in trusts and estates, guardianships, and elder law; he also teaches nonprofit-management law at NYU. He writes that he was listed in the 2015 New York edition of Super Lawyers, for estate planning and probate. He and his wife, Wendy, live in Scarsdale with their two children, Caroline (17) and Matthew (14). Michael welcomes classmates to get back in touch with him at [email protected].

Fred Rossi C’84 WG’90 emails, “My custom-furniture designs recently received Best in Show awards for Contemporary Piece and Complete Body of Work at the 20th annual invitational Rhode Island Fine Furnishings Show. Rossi Custom Woodwork has been designing and building bespoke furniture and cabinetry since 2000; our complete portfolio can be viewed at We are moving to a larger workshop space this month and will soon begin producing a suite of custom production furniture. My wife, Faith Glickman Rossi C’84, and I still live in Manchester, Mass., and welcome beach visits from classmates; email me at [email protected].”

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David Blatte W’86
writes, “Greetings ‘86ers! Mark your calendars for our 30th Reunion! Planning is under way. We hope to see you in May to catch up with friends and classmates; there are many exciting new things on campus, even since our 25th Reunion. Please mark your calendars and make your travel plans. We need help on all of the various committees and would truly appreciate any time you can give to make our 30th Reunion a huge success—and of course lots of fun. Please contact me ([email protected]) orSue Dreier Wishnow C’86 ([email protected]) if interested. Hurrah, Hurrah, Pennsylvania!”

Kirsten Thoft C’86 GAr’91, an independent architect in Princeton, N.J., in October received the 2015 Emerald Award from the New Jersey chapter of the US Green Building Council for her own home there. In 2014, it was the first Princeton house to receive a LEED platinum certification.

Todd Pitock C’87
writes, “[Last March], I was a double winner of the American Society of Journalists and Authors Award. [In October, I received] the Lowell Thomas Travel Journalist of the Year Grand Award, and a [bronze] in the category of foreign-travel writing” from the Society of American Travel Writers Foundation.

Erin McNeill C’88,
[email protected] , writes, “I’m the founder of Media Literacy Now, a national education-policy initiative actively pursuing legislative solutions in 14 states so far. We have a lot of interesting projects going on, and I’d greatly appreciate involvement of alumni who also believe that media-literacy skills are critical to the health and well-being of America’s children and to their future participation in the civic and economic life of our democracy. I can also be reached on Twitter @erinmcnll.”

Dr. Luis J. Fujimoto D’90 GD’93, , a periodontist who maintains a private practice in Manhattan, has been confirmed as chair of the Joint Commission on National Dental Examinations of the American Dental Association. He is a past-president of the New York State Board for Dentistry.

Kathryn Lynch GFA’90 is participating in the show City Lives at the Shirley Fiterman Art Center in Manhattan through Jan. 16.

Phyllis H. Marcus C’90 has joined the Washington office of the law firm of Hunton & Williams LLP as counsel in its global-competition group. Previously, she was chief of staff of the advertising-practices division of the Federal Trade Commission.

Daniel LaPushin C’92
writes, “I recently moved to Accenture’s digital-analytics team as a manager based in San Francisco. When not working with companies on analytics projects, I enjoy spending time with my wife, Stacy, daughter, Ayelet, and twin boys Gil and Ronen. I am playing lots of jazz guitar in between. A shout out to my Van Pelt friends Vincent DeLorenzo C’93 W’93, Mike Steiner C’93, Kerem Yaman C’93, and Kent Mortimer C’93.”

Dr. Carol Vallone Mitchell GEd’92 Gr’00 is a cofounder of Talent Strategy Partners ( She writes, “My book, Breaking Though “Bitch”: How Women Can Shatter Stereotypes and Lead Fearlessly, published in September by Career Press, is based on my doctoral research and 15 years of study as a practitioner. It describes a profile of behaviors that top women leaders have in common, and it received an enthusiastic review by Fortune magazine.” She was the opening keynote speaker at the recent Iowa Women Lead Change 2015 conference.

Robert Brandwayn C’93
is director of BSR Idiomas in Bogotá, Colombia, which “teaches languages to the corporate sector with the mission of empowering people through language learning.” He wrote 10 Successful Colombian Executives Working Abroad (2014), and recently Como aprender un idioma en el siglo XXI, which “explains how to use technology, especially online resources, to learn a new language.” The Spanish edition was published last September and the English one this month.

Rabbi Alysa Mendelson Graf C’93 writes, “A year ago, I became the rabbi of Port Jewish Center, a sweet and small Reform Congregation in Port Washington, N.Y. After nine years as assistant, then associate rabbi at Temple Israel in Westport, Conn., I am excited to be leading my own congregation. My husband, Adam Graf, and our children, Gideon (10), Solomon (10), and Rafi (six), are enjoying our new community on Long Island, and so am I. As my freshman roommate, Alison Feder Fliegler W’93, told me many times, Long Island is a great place to work, live, and raise a family: I am happily doing all three here. It has also been nice to reconnect with Penn friends in the area, like Alison and Stacey Graff Kaufman C’93, both of whom live nearby. If you are a fellow Long Islander (or even if you are not), feel free to reach out at [email protected].”

Dr. Howard B. Levene EAS’93 and Dr. Tamar L. Mirensky EAS’01 M’05 are delighted to announce their engagement. He is a neurosurgeon at the University of Miami and she is a pediatric surgeon at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York. “We are looking forward to celebrating with friends and family and many Penn alumni at a spring wedding.”

Anthony M. Calgani L’94,
an attorney who specializes in real-estate law in the Portland, Maine, law firm of Verrill Dana, LLP, was included in The Best Lawyers in America 2016.

Demetra Tassiou GFA’95,
a printmaker and painter, had a show, The Verve of Abstraction, at the Agora Gallery in Manhattan last October.


Holly White Blum C’97 is pleased to announce the launch of her business, A Speech To Remember, “a unique service providing professionally written and personalized speeches and toasts for life’s special occasions. Whether it’s a wedding, bar/bat mitzvah, milestone birthday, or other special occasion, I collaborate with clients to transform their own ideas, thoughts, and personal stories into customized speeches designed to make a lasting impression. As ‘The Word Whisperer,’ I am excited to help people find those ‘just right’ words to infuse humor and sentimentality into their speeches while still sounding authentic.” She lives in Chappaqua, N.Y., with her husband, Gary Blum W’97, and two daughters, and would love to hear from friends at [email protected] or via

Lindsay Waltower CGS’97 writes, “I have recently earned the Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy professional designation from the American College of Financial Services in Bryn Mawr, Pa. I help clients and donors develop and implement charitable, estate-planning, and wealth-management plans.”

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Robert O. Eggleston W’01 and his wife, Heather, are proud to announce the adoption of their daughter, Vivienne Alison Byeol Eggleston; she came home from South Korea in October.

Dr. Tamar L. Mirensky EAS’01 M’05 see Dr. Howard B. Levene EAS’93.

Brooke Resh Sateesh C’01 and Akshay Sateesh EAS’01 GEng’02 are overwhelmed with joy to announce the birth of their son, Kavi Jayden Sateesh, on June 13 in San Diego. Their two-year-old daughter, Aria, is thoroughly enjoying her baby brother.

Jared Susco W’01 and Chris Stearns L’05, who live in the Society Hill district of Philadelphia, are “happy to announce the adoption of their daughter, Ezra Marie; born on Jan. 26, 2015, she legally became part of our family on Oct. 15. We couldn’t be happier with this perfect addition to our family.”

Stacy Baum Taffet C’01 and Scott Taffet C’01 are thrilled to announce the birth of their son, Aaron Miles, on Sept. 16. “Three-year-old big sister Brooke was excited to meet her baby brother and has been a big help so far; the whole family is doing well and living in Irvington, N.Y.”

Warren Flax G’02 WG’02,
Yardley, Pa., a real-estate broker who runs Platinum Realty Team, in November launched Keeping it Real With Warren Flax, a local AM radio show about investing and home buying.

Neel Kashkari WG’02 is the new president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. A former managing director at Pimco in Newport Beach, Calif., he unsuccessfully ran for governor of California in 2014; he was also in charge of the TARP rescue of banks after the 2008 crisis.

Badal Pandhi W’02 WG’09 married Tina Mehta C’06 on Aug. 22 in Center City Philadelphia. After being introduced through mutual friend Raj Singh C’06 W’06 in 2008, they lost touch, but reconnected in 2014. Badal proposed to Tina on Penn’s campus last year. Tina and Badal celebrated their wedding with family and friends, including Penn classmates. “We even took wedding pictures on campus, had the Penn Quaker mascot at Badal’s baraat, and did a red & blue color theme for the sangeet.” Alumni at the wedding included David Ho W’02, Nimit Patel EAS’02 W’02, Niral Shah EAS’02 W’02, Tom Hickey C’02, Leonardo Dugan C’02 Gr’07, Scott Kend W’02, Ameesh Shah W’01, Neha Shah C’01, Raj Dedhia C’03 W’03, Akash Ghiya W’03 WG’09, Brinda Budhraja C’03 W’03, Nisha Khanduja C’03 L’06, Stootee Parikh W’03, Yogita Kashyap C’03, Shilpa Mehra C’03, Naveen Todi W’02 WG’03, David Luk WG’09, Rohit Kulkarni WG’09, Suma Balu WG’09, Peter Yoo WG’09, Manpreet Singh WG’09, Ankur Dharia WG’09, Neil Desai WG’09, Dan McLean WG’09, Chad Gomes WG’02, Jerry Meyer C’90, Adrianne Meyer C’89, Brian Zaratzian WG’11, Swati Bagaria C’06, Rhea Bhandare C’06, Leo Chang EAS’06 W’06, Lily Pan Chang C’06, Rasika Chakravarthy C’06, Chris Hogg C’06 W’06 G’13 WG’13 and Maya Varthi Hogg C’06, Kristy Leong C’06, Sha Ling C’06, Arati Jasani C’13, Neel Rane C’06 W’06, Nazia Siddiqi C’06, Raj Singh C’06 W’06, Kaushik Annam C’13, Hetal Shah Dodeja WG’17, Neha Sachdev Herrmann C’05, Vinayak Kakodkar C’05 W’05 WG’10, Maya Polack GEd’11, Pia Rasul C’03, Shikha Saxena C’13 W’13 M’17, Dharshak Shah C’10 W’10, and Ashish Thakrar M’17. Tina and Badal now live in New York and “look forward to catching up with everyone.”

Melinda Sanchez C’02 GCP’03 writes, “I recently started as a presidential appointee, serving as the special assistant to the mid-Atlantic regional administrator of the General Services Administration. I am humbled by the position and understand the responsibility to be a faithful representative and leader as I serve our country.”

Kyle. J. Beaird WG’03,
Louisville, Ky., has been promoted to COO-CFO of Hillerich & Bradsby Co., which produces the Louisville Slugger baseball bat. Previously, he was vice president of finance, having joined the firm in 2012. He and his wife, Jill, have two children, Boden and Bronwyn.

Alyssa Lambert C’03 and her husband, Scott, are thrilled to announce the birth of their daughter, Ella Rachel, on Sept. 28 at 9:31pm. “Although she arrived a week early, and caught both of us by surprise, we couldn’t be more in love.”


Keith Jones GGS’05 has been appointed executive director of the Washington-based Biopesticide Industry Alliance, “an international environmental nonprofit dedicated to fostering awareness and adoption of biopesticide technology.”

Chris Stearns L’05 see Jared Susco W’01.

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Beth Shapiro Lavin C’06
and Austin Lavin C’06 are thrilled to announce the birth of their daughter, Amelia Claire Lavin, in New Orleans, on Oct. 24.

Tina Mehta C’06 see Badal Pandhi W’02 WG’09.

Robert Lombardi W’07
married Annika Eiremo C’07 at Lake Tahoe, Calif., last year. They are currently based in London, where he is a trader at Bank of America Merrill Lynch and she heads European credit research for Janus Capital Group.

John Stetson C’07 married Tarra Wardrup on Oct. 31 at The Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach. The groomsmen included Duncan Swanston C’07. Alumni attending included Weston Gaddy W’07, Cameron Hoyler C’07, Beau Fowler C’07, Brandon O’Gara W’08, and Jason Pinsky C’08. John and Tarra live in Ft. Lauderdale, where he is managing member of HS Contrarian Investments, LLC, a hedge fund, and she is a physical therapist.

Olivier Adler W’08 see Erica Nachamkin W’10.

Brian Lang C’08 wrote in November, “Guess what? I did it! At the Philly Marathon, I broke the Guinness World Record for fastest marathon wearing a Santa Claus suit. It was really close, but I beat the old record (2:55:50) by about two minutes to cover the 26.2 mile course in 2:54:02. What’s more, I’ve currently raised over $3,800 for Mighty Writers, the Philly-based organization that helps kids learn to think and write more clearly so they can be successful in school and in life.”

Josh Garber G’09 L’09
writes that he was “named chief operating officer and general counsel of CloudPeeps, a San Francisco-based startup that matches businesses with the world’s top freelance community, content, and marketing professionals.”

Ana Gutiérrez-Colina C’09 married Avner Dagan M’11 on June 19 in Mt. Hood, Ore. Alumni who attended the wedding include Mariam Georges EAS’10 GEng’11 and Christi Julian C’09. Avner and Ana have settled in Atlanta, where he is an anesthesiologist and she is completing her PhD in pediatric psychology.

Erica Nachamkin W’
10 married Olivier Adler W’08 on Aug. 30 at the Holly Farm in Carmel, Calif. Her parents, Dr. Irving Nachamkin CGS’97 (director of the laboratory-medicine division at HUP) and Diane Church Nachamkin GNu’87 GNC’96, proudly walked her down the aisle. They all celebrated with family and friends from around the world, including Dr. Bidi McSorley C’78 M’83, Kim Dowden Dalgliesh C’78, Megan Bernstein C’10, Elizabeth Lawrence W’10, Alexandra Leavy C’10, Abigail Morton W’10 WG’16, Dana Robinson C’10, Melanie Strauss W’10, Carolyn Vinnicombe C’13, Jack Abraham W’08, Rafael Burde C’08, Matt Doka EAS’08 W’08, Michelle Domanico W’08, Adarsh Gupta EAS’08 W’08, Daniel Hillman C’09 EAS’09, Gabriel Kaplan EAS’08, Jeremy Kaplan C’08, Jason Karsh C’08, Edward Katz C’08, Gillian Levinson Katz C’08 GEd’08, Sonya Li C’08 W’08, Phuong Mai W’09, Josh Miller C’08 W’08, Nitzan Sternberg Miller C’08, Noz Nozawa W’08, Alec Ofsevit C’08 and Kacey Bayles Ofsevit C’08, Ashish Patel C’08, Edward Paulsson W’07, Dan Quinlan C’08, Dar Sandler C’09 W’08 and Courtney Nagel Sandler C’06, and Stuart Stein C’08. Erica and Olivier currently live in San Francisco.

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Avner Dagan M’11 see Ana Gutiérrez-Colina C’09.

Dominika Jaworski SPP’12 married Silvan Türkcan on Nov. 1 on Pfeiffer Beach in Big Sur, Calif. She is a research associate at the Stanford Center on Longevity and he is a postdoc research fellow in the Department of Radiation Oncology, also at Stanford University.

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    1. I joined NYU’s Tisch Institute for Sports Management, Media, and Business in the fall of 2015 as a Clinical Assistant Professor. As a full-time faculty member, I will be teaching undergrads and grad students about finance in the sports industry. After 28+ years in infrastructure finance including the funding of many professional, collegiate, and governmentally owned public assembly projects, I have the chance to put my experience to work. I spent the last 15 years as an adjunct faculty member in the MBA in Sport Managment program at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida. I will also continue to consult with teams, developers, and municipalities in the advancement of sports projects.

    2. Gregory D. Saputelli, C '65

      Gregory D. Saputelli, C ’65, a partner in the Philadelphia-based firm of Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP, in October 2015 settled a securities fraud case on behalf of his client, the New Jersey Higher Education Student Assistance Authority, against UBS Securities, for $12.5 million.

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