Class Correspondent

Max Keilson and Jon Epstein ’14 started Nomad Trading Co., a Brooklyn-based business that produces radically sustainable teas from underutilized agricultural products. Max spends his spare time bicycling and cooking, and is always looking for new squash partners. Kapri Kreps, who lives on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, is assistant director at Jacobi Medical Center. She began her studies in Baruch’s two-year executive MBA program over the summer. Eliana Light received the 2017 Young Pioneers Award from the Jewish Education Project. She is director of music education at Park Avenue Synagogue, on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The award recognizes the dedication and creativity she brings to her work with learners of all ages. Aditya Sanyal graduated cum laude from St. George’s University School of Medicine and is completing an internal-medicine residency at Seton Hall University School of Health and Medical Sciences, in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Aziz Sohail returned to the United States in the fall as a South Asia Fellow at Cornell University, where he is conducting research on visual production in Karachi during the 1990s, a little-studied yet important time in Pakistani art history. He also works full time for British Council Pakistan, managing the newly opened Karachi library as it becomes an important cultural space in the city. Sam Stemper began a PhD program in public policy at Harvard’s Kennedy School. He spent the summer traveling in Europe and the southern U.S. Ariel Sugarman graduated from Jefferson University’s Sidney Kimmel Medical College and is a first-year pediatric resident at the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, in the Bronx. Jason Sugarman, who graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, is an associate at Davis Polk & Wardwell in New York City. Hanna Switlekowski was elected to the executive board of the Young Democrats of Massachusetts and also serves as communications chair for the organization’s Women’s Caucus. Hanna lives in Sharon, where she was reappointed to the town’s finance committee for a second term.

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