Class Correspondent

Alyse Bass celebrated her 26th anniversary as an attorney at the U.S. Department of Justice, where she works to enforce the Americans With Disabilities Act. Malca Bassan is dedicating time to writing and illustrating. She recently wrote an essay about Don Justo Arosemena, who worked for Panama’s independence from Spain in 1821. David and Marci Silverman Baxter ’87, P’21, are excited their son, Andrew ’21, is a Brandeis freshman. Bradley Hamburger reports that classmate Jonathan Harris is a leading Democratic candidate for governor of Connecticut in 2018. Jonathan is already well on his way to qualifying for public financing from the state, and strong alumni support in the form of small contributions to his campaign could push him over the top. Jonathan has served as mayor of West Hartford and state senator, and most recently was commissioner of the state’s Department of Consumer Protection. Ed Robinson, a vice president in treasury services at Bank New York Mellon, splits his time between Athens, Georgia, and New York City.

Photo of event organized by the Alumni Club of New York City's Real Estate Network
SOLID FOUNDATION: Bradley Hamburger ’86, Steven Bloom ’64, Mitch Cohen ’76 and Steven Charno ’86 were featured at an event organized by the Alumni Club of New York City’s Real Estate Network. Hamburger, Bloom and Charno led a discussion, which Cohen moderated, about the challenges of building mixed-use and multifamily projects.
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