Class Correspondent

Actor Tony Goldwyn directed the movie “Conviction,” which tells the true story of Betty Anne Waters’ efforts to get her brother out of prison. Waters devoted 18 years of her life to freeing him, earning her GED and passing the Massachusetts bar exam.

Andrew Breslau was named president of the Nation Institute, a nonprofit media center established in 1966 to extend the reach of progressive ideas and strengthen the independent press. Since 2006, Breslau had served as executive director of City Futures, the parent organization of the public policy think tank Center for an Urban Future. Prior to City Futures, 
Breslau worked at CNN for eight years as a senior manager and producer.

Andrea Casson and Glen Milstein ’83 live in New York City with their two children, Luca, 13, and Alessia, 10. Andrea and Glen sent a letter saying, “They are tried-and-true New York City kids, and we marvel at their grace and ease in navigating city life!” Glen is an associate professor of psychology at City College, where his teaching focuses on the immigrant experience and his research centers on the collaboration between clergy and mental health professionals to better serve the needs of both congregants and clients. Andrea teaches Italian at the Fashion Institute of Technology and has been working on translations of Italian philosophers for MIT Press.

Mark Slade had his first anniversary with Keller Williams as a realtor and celebrated by making his agency’s Top 10 list. Additionally, Mark recently created several websites that cater to the Sunday open-house hunter for some bedroom communities of New York City, including
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