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Richard Morgan was named vice president of immunotherapy at Bluebird Bio, a clinical-stage company developing gene therapies for severe genetic and orphan diseases. He joins the company from the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health, where he was a staff scientist. Richard Chasdi joined the Walsh College faculty after years of teaching at both Wayne State University and the University of Windsor. At Walsh, Richard teaches international security, international business management, culture and doing business in the Middle East, and public administration. Jenny Morgan is president and CEO of Basys, a health-benefits software company, and serves as chair of the Federal Reserve Bank’s Baltimore branch. She was profiled recently in The Baltimore Sun. Jeff Rubin is director of communications at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, a think tank he joined after 13 years as associate vice president for communications at Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life. He and wife Debbie have three sons: Ben, a chef; Alex, a writer, actor and musician; and Sam, a student at the University of Maryland. And to think it all got started at The Justice and the Brandeis Zionist Alliance, Jeff says.

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