Class Correspondent

Theodore Froum and Jason Hoffman joined 12 other Brandeis alumni at a group swearing-in ceremony to the U.S. Supreme Court bar in June. Theodore owns the Law Offices of Theodore E. Froum in Chicago and Evanston, Ill. Jason is a partner in the intellectual property group at BakerHostetler in Washington, D.C. Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, H’96, offered their greetings to the group. Jessica Grossman was appointed CEO of Medicines360, a global nonprofit women’s-health pharmaceutical company with a mission of expanding access to quality medicines. She has been chair of the board of directors of Alliance Partners360, Medicines360’s for-profit subsidiary, since 2014 and a director of Medicines360 since 2011. She most recently served as president and CEO of Sense4Baby, a startup company that developed an innovative wireless maternal/fetal heart-rate monitoring system for women with high-risk pregnancies. Adam Levin, Brandeis’ longtime sports information director, won a writing award for his story about soccer player Jordan Zides ’15, who returned to the Judges team after suffering life-threatening injuries in a car accident, becoming the program’s first-ever undergraduate assistant coach. Adam’s piece was selected as a Story of the Year in District 1 (New England, New York and Eastern Canada) by the College Sports Information Directors of America. Marc Tyler Nobleman sold three picture-book manuscripts: a nonfiction book about the Japanese World War II pilot who was the only person to bomb the U.S. mainland from a plane, the true story of the Cottingley fairies, and “The Chupacabra Ate the Candelabra” (funny fiction). He also landed a publisher for “Thirty Minutes Over Oregon” after seven years of rejections. On his blog Noblemania, he ran a series called “The Girl in the Video,” which featured interviews with nearly 50 women who appeared in some of the most iconic music videos of the 1980s.

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