Class Correspondent

Ell works in New York City as the senior manager of development, fundraising and events at the Center for Information and Study on Clinical Research Participation. She is training to run a half-marathon. Robyn works in strategy at The Wall Street Journal, and photographs, writes and creates films on the side. She traveled to Thailand to celebrate her Brandeis CA’s wedding with a group of friends from her first-year residence hall, Shapiro. Amanda conducts clinical research at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, in NYC. She enjoys camping with Brandeis alumni.

Amanda Dryer, who teaches second grade at a New York City public school, received her master’s degree in special education. Last summer, she attended a Holocaust seminar at Yad Vashem with Classroom Without Borders. As a result of her experience in Israel, she is helping to plan the Holocaust curriculum for the Jewish Community Project. Iyvon Edebiri celebrated her one-year anniversary at the Sundance Institute Theatre Program, where she serves as producing coordinator. She produces theater workshops, labs and retreats for well-known and emerging playwrights and composers. Her job allows her to travel the world for both work and pleasure. Harrison Goldspiel spent the year studying wildlife and climbing mountains with AmeriCorps in California. He is now starting graduate school at SUNY’S College of Environmental Science and Forestry. Michael Rock lives in New York City and works at his dream job at the Museum of Chinese in America. All friendly faces are welcome to visit him either at home or at the museum.

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