Class Correspondent

Sarah Brin has relocated to Copenhagen, Denmark, where she is working on a European Union research grant with a consortium of European museums to develop playful and meaningful gallery experiences. Sarah Lipsey Brokman was named president of the Honey Foundation for Israel, which supports community rabbis of multiple religious approaches who are ineligible for funding from the Israeli government. She previously served as the associate director of the congregational school at Park Avenue Synagogue, where she created a new experiential curriculum that helped double the number of students over a five-year period. Whitney Gray married Rob Bailer on Sept. 4 in Rye, New Hampshire. They live in Washington, D.C. Whitney works in communications at a trade association. Emily (Silver) Huff is an assistant professor in human dimensions of forestry at Michigan State University. Brian Price married Katherine Alberti on Sept. 17 at East Hampton Point, a restaurant in East Hampton, New York. Brian is a producer at “Fast Money,” a CNBC talk show. After graduating from Brandeis, he earned a master’s in sports management and international business from St. John’s. He is the son of Jane Paley ’69 and Laurence Price ’67, P’08. On July 2, Chase Shutak and Hannah Ramer were married in a ceremony in Minnesota attended by many Brandeisians. Sam Vaghar, executive director and co-founder of the Millennium Campus Network, accepted an advisory post to the head of UN Women. He is one of 12 members of the Global Civil Society Advisory Group, which will advise the executive director for the next two years. Dahlia Yoeli married Paul Weinger ’06 on Jan. 8 in New York City, where they live. They look forward to their first Reunion as a married couple in 2018.

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