Class Correspondent

Shira Almeleh is enjoying her work in the government affairs division at DKC, a large PR firm in New York. She is living with her boyfriend of three years, whom she met at a college debate tournament. On weekends, she loves exploring New York’s coffee shops in search of the best latte. Rose Del Vecchio is finishing up her graduate studies in higher-education and student-affairs administration at the University of Vermont. She and Jenny Cheng have launched a startup, FanMail, a subscription box service geared toward “fangirls” and women of all ages who love pop culture and fandom. Gabriella Feingold is working in community engagement at HIAS, an immigrant aid society, in New York City. Jennifer Ginsburg is serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in Kosovo, where she’s teaching English. Samantha Gordon finished her last semester in Boston College’s graduate program in higher-education administration. She works as a resident director of first-year students, overseeing honors housing and the Boston College Women’s Experience. Danielle Gross was promoted to senior project coordinator at Bristol-Myers Squibb. Sarah Minkoff, who can speak some Mandarin, returned from a year of teaching English in southern China. She says she had an amazing experience traveling, trying new food and meeting people from all over the world. She really hopes to return to China or travel more of the world in the near future. A preschool teacher in Waltham, Sarah began a master’s program in early-childhood education administration. Qiyu Zhang finished his first year of classwork in Harvard’s neuroscience graduate program, joining David Ginty’s lab to study somatosensation.

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