Class Correspondent

20th Reunion
June 6-8, 2014

Kimberlee Schumacher, interim director of the Jewish Federation of the North Shore, will continue to lead the office in her new role as Combined Jewish Philanthropies’ senior director of strategy and integration for the North Shore. She will help oversee the merger of the two federations. Rachel Masters lives in San Francisco and has a beautiful toddler, Lilah Grace Masters Mosedale. Rachel is engaged to Dan Mosedale, her partner, and looks forward to having many Brandeisians at their wedding. She is co-founder and partner at Red Magnet Media, a social marketing strategy agency, and is an adviser to Bandpage and The Hunt, two fast-growing tech startups. Paul Fenton, a detective with the Cape Elizabeth (Maine) Police Department, was promoted to sergeant. He joined the department as an officer in 1997 and became a detective three years later. Alexis Greenwold Levitt writes that she’s still enjoying life on Boston’s South Shore. She manages her own law firm, practicing elder law, special-needs planning and veterans’ benefits. Daughter Maya is in fourth grade, and son Noah is in first. Alexis joined Rachel Oliveri ’95, Jason Schneider ’93 and Mark Ryan ’93 at a recent birthday celebration for Lisa Klein ’95. Maya Stein’s 1,200-mile bicycle journey with a typewriter in summer 2012 — a project known as Type Rider: Cycling the Great American Poem, funded through a Kickstarter campaign — was featured in The New York Times, the Chicago Tribune and The Huffington Post. She has relocated from San Francisco to suburban New Jersey and recently collaborated on another project, Food for the Soul Train, to turn a vintage trailer into a mobile creativity workshop space. More about her adventures can be found at

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