Class Correspondent

Jack Esher is retired from the practice of law after completing six years as a mediator in the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy case. He lives in Beverly, Massachusetts, and is happily married, as are both his children, who live in New York and Arlington, Virginia. A book by Nina Josefowitz, “CBT Made Simple,” was published in September. The user-friendly guide helps mental health professionals learn cognitive behavioral therapy. Rachel Kovacs has taught communications, public speaking, writing, public relations and management courses at CUNY, where she is an adjunct associate professor. She researches the use of public relations and social media to underscore the surge in global drug abuse and opioid-based deaths. She also organizes events to raise awareness of domestic violence and hate crimes, and leads an annual Kristallnacht series. She writes, “Working on the 45th Reunion Committee was great, and the Reunion was even greater.” Shelley Wyant still teaches her MaskWork classes for the MFA and BFA programs at the New School, the NYU Tisch New Studio on Broadway, and Circle in the Square Theatre School.

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