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Carrie (Waxler) Singer was named director of administration, head counselor and cornerstone liaison at Camp Laurelwood, Connecticut’s only Jewish overnight camp. She also works as the library program director at the Jewish Federation of Western Connecticut. She lives in Southbury, Conn., with her husband, Eugene, and their two daughters, Michelle and Mia. Michael Waxman joined Fenton as a senior vice president in its Washington, D.C., office, helping corporate and nonprofit clients reach opinion leaders, media, elected officials and other stakeholders. Formerly, he was a senior VP at Hyde Park. Securities litigator Jason Moreau was named a partner in the Boston office of McDermott Will & Emery. He was previously a shareholder at Greenberg Traurig. His practice concentrates on complex commercial litigation and disputes. Matthew Ohlson directs the Collegiate Achievement Mentoring Program (CAMP) at the University of Florida. CAMP is a leadership development training initiative in which college athletes serve as mentors to at-risk K-12 students. The program has now expanded through the creation of CAMP Wolfpack at North Carolina State and virtual mentoring with students around the United States. Program research has shown increased academic success for mentors and mentees.
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