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Rebecca (Gruber) Cooper and her husband, Marshall, welcomed Noah Grayson on May 31. Noah joins big sister Eliza Regan. Rebecca is chief copyeditor at the Chief Executive Group, which publishes the magazines Chief Executive and Corporate Board Member. After many years of living in California, Erica Goldman, MBA’00, returned to Brandeis, graduating from the Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program in 2016. Erica married Dustin Masterson in October; the couple was introduced by Mary Casady ’08, MBA’16. Wedding guests included Mary, Liora Cobin, Adam Barbanel-Fried, Rachel Poretsky, Mary Chapman Farbman and Jeff Farbman ’98. Daniel Green is the new principal at the Field School in Weston, Massachusetts. Previously, he was vice principal at the Pierce School, a K-8 school in Brookline. Daniel is co-founder and director of the Brookline Cambodia Partnership, a school-based nonprofit that funded the building and management of a middle school in rural Cambodia. He earned a Master of Education from Harvard and is completing his doctoral work at Johns Hopkins University. Allison (Menovich) Kates and her husband, Brad, were honored for their volunteerism and commitment to improving the lives of those less fortunate by Jewish Family Service of Metrowest at its annual Seize the Dream gala in May. Heather Stone Wodis wrote the book “Girls With Autism Becoming Women,” available from Jessica Kingsley Publishers. It explores the experiences of seven women with autism as they transition from childhood to adulthood, detailing how education, sexuality, career paths and social networks affect their lives. 
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