Class of 1995
- Suzanne (Lavin) Samuel
David Harrison was promoted to chief compliance officer at Fifth Street Finance, a NASDAQ-listed business development firm in White Plains, N.Y., that invests in small to mid-size companies through private equity sponsors. David was an attorney at Dewey & LeBoeuf before joining Fifth Street four years ago. Timothy Henseler was named director of the Office of Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). He had served as acting director since July 2012. He advises the chair, commissioners and SEC staff on legislative matters, provides technical assistance on securities-related legislation to congressional committees and staff, and assists in preparing SEC testimony for congressional hearings. Timothy began his career at the SEC as an enforcement counsel in the Boston office. Judith (Sackrowitz) Goodstein was named a vice president at the Segal Group, a benefits and human resources consulting firm based in New York. She joined Segal Consulting’s Washington office in 2007 and has more than 17 years of actuarial and consulting experience. Jessica (Shulman) McGettrick writes, “I am entering my 14th year as the drama/theater teacher at Day Middle School in Newton, Mass. I am very proud to report that my one-act play, ‘Screens,’ was just published by Youthplays.com.”
ANOTHER CANDLE: Lisa Klein ’95 (second from left) savored a recent birthday with Alexis Greenwold Levitt ’94, Mark Ryan ’93, Rachel Oliveri ’95 and Jason Schneider ’93.