Class Correspondent

Audrey Latman Gruber was named U.S. head of video at Daily Mail Online, the world’s largest English-language newspaper website, with more than 200 million unique visitors monthly. Greg Isaacs was named senior vice president of native and entertainment at Corbis, a Bill Gates company developing next-generation licensing and native advertising strategies. Howard Jeruchimowitz, a litigation shareholder at Greenberg Traurig in Chicago who specializes in real-estate litigation, was named an Illinois leading lawyer by publications focused on his field. David Klein, president of DHK Storage, was assigned a patent for an invention for mobile RAID devices. Lisa Manheim is an eighth-grade English teacher in Westchester, New York. She is also a freelance writer whose work frequently explores motherhood and teaching. She recently started ACCEPTional Essays, a college-essay coaching business. Lisa lives in Connecticut with her husband, Jeff, and son, Emmet, 7. Matthew Moore serves as director of hotel operations at the Boston Marriott Long Wharf hotel. He and his wife, Jeanne, and their three children (Bridget, Gavin and Finley) live in Holbrook, Massachusetts. Matthew is chair of the Board of Selectmen and a member of the school building committee. He founded the Holbrook Bulldog Basketball Association, a youth travel program, and coaches three teams. After 76 years of anonymity, Batman co-creator/original writer Bill Finger will now be officially credited on all Batman stories — thanks to discoveries that Marc Tyler Nobleman made while researching his book “Bill the Boy Wonder: The Secret Co-Creator of Batman.” As an author of books for young readers, Marc has spoken at schools across the United States and in India, Tanzania, Chile, the United Arab Emirates, Nepal, Thailand and Malaysia. Amy Yok-Ming Wong lives in Needham, Massachusetts, and has two children, Kayden, 8, and Emma, 6. Last summer, the family visited Amy’s native Montreal and camped in Vermont. Amy works as a development associate at Hebrew SeniorLife after taking six years off to raise her children. She is training to run her seventh marathon, this time with the DREAMFAR program. She has been an active Team Fox member with the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, which is dedicated to curing the disease that took Amy’s mom away in 2007. She has seen many fellow alumni recently, including Maritza Lie, Andrea Kramer ’91, Kenneth Wong ’91, Taeko Yamamoto ’91, Jonathan McIntyre ’88 and Peter Wong ’89.

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