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Andrew Albert is medical director of Illinois Masonic Medical Center’s digestive-health program, which received an achievement award from the National Colorectal Cancer Round Table. The program was recognized with the ringing of the bell at the NASDAQ and an awards ceremony in Times Square. Joshua Gordon is an instructor of sports business and the undergraduate-program manager at the Warsaw Sports Marketing Center, part of the University of Oregon’s Lundquist College of Business. He remains managing principal at the Sports Conflict Institute and is chief strategy officer for Trading Players, an athlete stock market. Brian Morrison received his MBA from Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management, where he was commencement speaker for his class. Since Brandeis, he has graduated from Harvard Law School, worked in private law practice, served in Iraq as a military officer, and held a succession of civilian positions in defense and intelligence. He currently leads the international department at the corporate headquarters of General Dynamics. He lives in Virginia with his wife, Mary-Leigh, and their 5-year-old son, Jack. Olga Rodstein (formerly Rodshteyn) is head of legal at Electric Imp, which has offices in Los Altos, California, and Cambridge, England. She is a mom to two girls (Julia, 13, and Victoria, 7), whom she enjoys bringing to various Brandeis alumni events, including Faculty in the Field and the annual San Francisco Giants baseball outing.

Photo of Jonathan Sarna with attendees at a Faculty in the Field event in London

ACROSS THE POND: Jonathan D. Sarna ’75, MA’75, University Professor and the Joseph H. and Belle R. Braun Professor of American Jewish History (second from left), spoke about future trends in American Jewish life at a Faculty in the Field event hosted by the Alumni Club of Great Britain. Those attending included Aviva Raichelson ’96, Josh Pines ’96, Agi Kazal Pines ’99, Jenny Marcus Sandler ’03 and Aaron Sarna.

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