Class Correspondent

Robert Blau came out of retirement from the U.S. Foreign Service to work on the Trump campaign and the presidential transition. In June, Robert became vice president for compact operations at the Millennium Challenge Corporation. Chaim Caron retired from his career in database software development and moved to his hometown of Cleveland. Steve Chatinover, P’12, writes, “Leah and I are thrilled to announce the engagement of our son Jacob ’12 to Julia Snyder. The engagement and wedding were/are on Mother’s Day (albeit a year apart). I’ll be one of two co-officiants.” Steven London became president of the Jewish National Fund’s Boston board in October. He has been involved with the nonprofit for 30 years. Mark Meyerowitz was appointed by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to serve on the New Jersey-Israel Commission, a bipartisan body tasked with increasing business and research activity between New Jersey and Israel. Jerry Muller’s sixth book, “The Tyranny of Metrics,” has been published by Princeton University Press. He writes he and Sharon (Sachs) “derive immeasurable pleasure” from their three children, three children-in-law and six grandchildren. Robin Sitver has been appointed vice president of global business development, diabetes care, at Johnson & Johnson.

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