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Teta Moehs is on the move again. She is now the public affairs officer at the U.S. Consulate in Leipzig, Germany. She had been a consular officer at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing. Teta’s new responsibilities include public outreach, student and scholar exchanges, and arts and educational programs. Writes Teta, “My family and I are excited to return to Germany. My husband, Bill, will do part-time consulting, and Alina will attend 11th grade. I’d love to hear from any Brandeisians in the neighborhood.” Stuart Grief was named chief human resources officer at Steward Health Care System, a New England-based community care organization and community hospital network with more than 14,000 employees. He formerly served as executive vice president of human resources at Fidelity Investments. Lindsay Gardner was named a strategic adviser to Miramax CEO Mike Lang. Lindsay played a central role as Miramax’s lead negotiator in its recent deal with Netflix. Lindsay had been president of affiliate sales and marketing at Fox Cable Networks, leading the launch and distribution efforts for more than 30 cable channels. Stuart Grant co-founded and serves as managing director of Grant & Eisenhofer, a law firm based in Wilmington, Del. He is nationally recognized for his representation of institutional investors in securities, regulatory and corporate governance litigation. Stuart serves as litigation counsel to many of the largest public and private institutional investors in the world. Andrew Straus returned to the Bay Area as the new senior rabbi at Temple Sinai, a Reform congregation with 975 families in Oakland, Calif. “It is a very healthy congregation,” Andrew told a reporter from JWeekly. “I was excited by its commitment to constantly challenging itself to do better in every aspect of temple life. It’s not a congregation that rests on its laurels.” Andrew went to rabbinical school at Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati and served congregations in New York and nearby Burlingame, Calif., before becoming the head rabbi at Temple Emanuel in Tempe, Ariz. Martin Stone is on the faculty at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University. He has taught at Duke, Cornell, Harvard, Princeton and Michigan and is an adjunct professor of philosophy at the New School.
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