Class Correspondent

Stephanie Sofer is pursuing a master of public administration degree at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs of Syracuse University.

Damien Lehfeldt works in Washington, D.C., as a member of Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown’s staff. Ian Guss is an account coordinator in the technology practice at Weber Shandwick. His largest account is Samsung.

Noah Schnoll conducts substance-abuse research at the Columbia–Presbyterian Medical Center and lives on the Upper West Side in New York.

Hana Nagel is the head copywriter (virtual salesperson) at the AI software company in Tel Aviv. She is also a social media marketing and search engine optimization consultant.

Aaron Rosenberg lives in Westborough, Mass., and is in his second year at the University of Connecticut School of Law.

Arthur Attal works in investment banking at Lazard Freres in New York.

Brian Levenson lives in Minneapolis and is a technical account manager for Microsoft, where his customers include a Fortune 200 company. He writes, “Business travel has taken me all over the country. To celebrate my six-month anniversary at Microsoft, I met Fjodor Melnikov in Europe, where we traveled for a few weeks. I am now an official resident of Minnesota and plan to enjoy the rest of my time here before moving on to the next adventure.”

Naman Pugalia, a London School of Economics graduate, quit a banking career to join the Unique Identification Authority of India’s tech wing in Bangalore. “I do have my college loans to repay,” he told the Indian Express in a story about the surge of young people working in high-level positions in the Indian government, “but I haven’t let that influence my career choice. I’m enjoying what I’m doing and intend to continue. The job demands a high degree of lateral thought, which, in turn, results in a steep learning curve.”
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