Class Correspondent

10th Reunion
June 9-11

Albert Fox Cahn joined the New York chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations as director of strategic litigation. Mauricio Camargo was named senior vice president of planning and business intelligence for HCA’s Gulf Coast division. He leads the division’s strategic growth, including physician partnerships, service line development, regional outreach and other efforts to improve health-care programs in the region. Previously, he was an engagement manager at the Houston office of McKinsey & Co. Gila Daman self-published a memoir, “The Roadmap Ends Here: Entering Adulthood,” about her transition from adolescence and academia, to adulthood and the real world. Gila is a registered dietitian nutritionist at a pediatric clinic, as well as a certified yoga instructor and Pilates mat instructor. Ari Fleisher married Jonah Kaitz on Aug. 20 in Boston. Attendees included Ari’s parents, Helen (Zelitch) and Michael Fleisher, both ’70, P’07. Melissa (Young) Hagerstrom and her husband welcomed a daughter, Hazel Roddy, in December. Sarah (Passarelli) and Andrew Katz, IBS MA’07, celebrated the first birthday of their daughter, Olivia Leigh, in February. Jonathan Kay was promoted to vice president at KYNE, a strategic communications company. He oversees health-care clients — including pharmaceutical and biotech companies, and nonprofits — on the West Coast. Jenny Paul produced the award-winning indie web series “That Reminds Me.” Samantha Saltzman, Lynn Spector and Kim Ash, all ’06, were part of the production team. Jenny’s production company has several new projects in development, including a full-length sitcom set to shoot this summer. Shari Seinuk-Ross and husband Daniel welcomed their third child, Cheryl, last summer. Big brothers William, 5, and Isaac, 2, are very happy to have a sister. Shari joined Top of the Park PEDs in Great Neck, New York, as a full-time pediatrician. David Spear and his wife celebrated the birth of their first child, Brody Ethan, on Dec. 18. David left AIG for a job at Starr Companies. Bryan Steinkohl and Sydney Reuben ’10 were married at the Kyoto Gardens in the Los Angeles Double­Tree in June. The happy couple initially met at the Stein in 2007, where Bryan worked as a waiter, then reconnected in 2013 in LA. The ceremony was attended by many fellow Brandeisians.

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