Class Correspondent

Scott Cohen has been named head of global talent assessments at TJX in Framingham, Massachusetts, and is president-elect of Temple Shir Tikva, in Wayland. However,he’s most proud that his youngest son, Jeremy, graduated summa cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania. Jeremy Pava, P’16, P’17, has plenty of good news to share: the arrival of his first grandchild, Oliver Brady; the June marriage of son Nathaniel ’16 to Alison Tawil ’17; and the graduation of daughter Devorah ’17. Wendi Zelkin Rosenstein, P’18, celebrated the publication of her cookbook, “The Lincoln Del Cookbook: Best-Loved Recipes from the Legendary Bakery and Deli,” on Sept. 1. The book is filled with family, customer and employee memories of Lincoln Del (a business that began in Minnesota’s Twin Cities in the 1930s and closed in 2000), along with recipes created by Wendi’s grandparents. When Wendi was a Brandeis student, she brought many of the delicious bakery items back to campus. Family friend Thomas Friedman ’75, H’88, whose mother worked at the Del, wrote the book’s foreword. Jill Strelitz Schneider has two grandchildren: 3-year-old Jacob and 2-year-old Maya. Her daughter, Daniella, a lawyer in New York City, plans to marry Michael Eric Seidenfeld in October at the Harmonie Club. Her son, Michael, started business school in August. Jill writes, “My psychotherapy private practice is thriving and rewarding. I feel immensely grateful that I love my work.” Andrew Sherman is now national public-sector market director at the Segal Group, a benefits, compensation and investment consulting firm. Andrew, a senior vice president at Segal, has worked at the company for more than 30 years. Laurie Solomon retired as the global director of risk management at Coca-Cola to found ELT Risk Solutions. The firm partners with risk managers, startups, finance executives and insurance brokers on a variety of risk-management issues. Laurie and her husband, Zach, live in Atlanta’s Druid Hills/Emory neighborhood. They recently returned from Japan and are planning a trip to Morocco.

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