Class Correspondent

Erika Eisman writes, “Since senior year, I’ve been suffering from a painful neurological illness that has steadily worsened. I now live in my hometown, Madison, Wisconsin, with my parents; husband/caregiver Rick; and our shiba inu dog, Suki. We also spend time in Plymouth, Massachusetts, in the summer. I’ve been held back from my goals and aspirations in life, but I still have the same sense of humor and positivity you may remember. Feel free to be in touch via Sharon Meiri Fox, our class correspondent.” Odelia Levy was named chief diversity officer and special adviser to the president at CUNY’s Borough of Manhattan Community College. She had formerly been executive director of the Office of Equal Opportunity with the New York City Department of Education’s Office of General Counsel. Stacy (Weitz) Nisman moved with her family from New Jersey to South Florida, where she is teaching at a private school. After working for 13 years in the field of early-childhood education, Rachel Rosenman graduated in June 2015 with a master’s in organizational development from Antioch University Seattle. She works as a Life & Legacy associate at the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle, helping local and regional Jewish organizations build their endowment funds through after-lifetime giving. Life & Legacy is a program of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation.
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