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Rose Graham practices pediatric gastroenterology at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She is medical director of the Intestinal Rehabilitation Program, caring for children with intestinal failure and short bowel syndrome.

Richard Greenfield joined BTIG, a broker dealer specializing in institutional trading and related brokerage services, in the firm’s new fundamental equity research group. He had been a managing director and media analyst at Pali Capital. In 2007, Richard was named a top stock picker by The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times/Starmine, and Institutional Investor magazine.

Payam Danialypour of Los Angeles married Estela Mejia on March 27. He works as a staff attorney in the enforcement division of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Warren Bloom of New York accepted a position as a general music teacher (PreK-2) at Pioneer Academy in Queens. Warren had been band teacher (grades 6-8) at Seth Low Intermediate School.

Steven Watson, a senior teacher leader at the Josiah Quincy Upper School in Boston, has been named headmaster of Watertown High School. At Josiah Quincy, a pilot school with more than 500 students in grades 6–12, he spearheaded the effort to establish the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program.

Jessica (Shulman) McGettrick and Mark McGettrick welcomed a baby boy, Max George. He was born on Dec. 31, 2009, in Boston. She writes, “Max was a perfect ending to 2009 and a start for 2010. His laughs and smiles make my day. We’re getting used to the new routines he brings into our lives, but those change constantly!”

Jill (Leferson) Bernstein and Eric Bernstein had a baby girl, Abigail Myra, who was born on Sept. 30, 2009, in Hartford, Conn. Jill writes, “Benjamin is doing a great job as the big brother!”

Joshua Braunfeld continues to work on the business he founded, PintPal ( He’s now developing special promotional pint pals (insulating jackets) for ice cream companies and other firms. He also appeared on this year’s season finale of “Rules of Engagement” on CBS.

Tae Kim completed a three-year residency in emergency medicine at the University at Buffalo and moved to Northampton, Mass., to start his first job at Cooley Dickinson Hospital. He and his wife, Dawn, have two sons, Ethan and Justin.

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