Class Correspondent

Tony Goldwyn starred in the revival of Neil Simon’s musical “Promises, Promises” on Broadway. Goldwyn is best known for starring in the movie “Ghost” and has directed such television series as “Dexter,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” and “Private Practice.”

Philip Kabler is a partner at Kabler Moreno Cason in Gainesville, Fla. He also teaches business law at the University of Florida’s Warrington College of Business Administration and is serving a three-year term on the Florida Bar Foundation’s board of directors.

After working as an independent seller of children’s books for 10 years, Melissa (Spivak) Fox started a nonprofit organization last year. Capital Bookshare ( helps organize book drives in private schools in the Washington, D.C., area and then gives the books to teachers in underresourced schools for use in their classrooms. She and her husband, Mike, have two daughters: Mollie, who graduated from Barnard College and recently joined Teach for America’s New York City corps, and Zoe, who entered Bryn Mawr College in the fall.

Amy Cohen was named to lead the New Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service at George Washington University. She had been associate vice president for child development programs at Save the Children. She also served as director of Learn and Serve America at the Corporation for National and Community Service.

Karen Levine of Lexington, Mass., a neuropsychologist, received the annual Founder’s Award from the Federation for Children with Special Needs. She helps children with autistic spectrum disorders control their extreme reactions to mundane activities. “Karen embodies the mission of the federation: informing, educating and empowering parents,” said Sara Miranda, the group’s associate executive director.

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