Class Correspondent

On May 31, Linda Alpert marked her one-year anniversary at Barclays as a special investigator in the financial crimes unit. She was hired through the OnRamp Fellowship, which gave her six months to prove she could re-enter the workforce in a full-time capacity. After those six months, she became a permanent employee. She writes, “Now that I’ve entered my sixth decade and work with mostly 30-somethings, I have an added usefulness as a source of parenting tips.” Her son Daniel, a sports journalist at The Courier- Journal, in Louisville, Kentucky, married Hannah Hudson on June 24. Linda and her husband, Marc Karell, are still avid Israeli dancers. George Levy’s book “Can-Am 50th Anniversary” became an immediate best-seller in its category on Amazon and was recently named by Car and Driver as one of the 16 books car enthusiasts need to own. Saul Mishaan joined the law firm Montgomery McCracken as a partner in the real estate practice. Saul has more than 35 years of experience in all types of commercial and real estate matters, including complex leasing transactions. He works out of the firm’s New York City office. Seth Moldoff and his wife, Donna, celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary last year with trips to Iceland and Israel. Seth is board president of San Francisco Hillel after serving as its finance director for three years. Eldest son David is getting married in October, and one of the twins, Phillip, was recently engaged. Paul Sullivan gave two talks at Windsor Castle on energy and Middle East issues, and spoke at the National Defense University of Mongolia on Mongolian energy issues. The day before the talk, he rode a pony for two hours on the steppe. He and his family also enjoyed a week in Luxor, Egypt, visiting the antiquities sites and seeing the winter-equinox sunrise at Karnak. Paul teaches economics in Washington, D.C., at the National Defense University and Georgetown.

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