Class Correspondent

Ariel Ahram co-edited “Comparative Area Studies: Methodological Rationales and Cross-Regional Applications,” published by Oxford University Press this year. Josh Bob lives in Sharon, Massachusetts, with his wife, Rachel Silverman ’04, a rabbi at Temple Israel of Sharon. They have two children, Anna (3) and Daniel (1), and an overly friendly yellow Lab named Abby. Josh works at TripAdvisor as a product manager. A documentary about tennis coach Nick Bollettieri, “Love Means Zero,” directed and produced by Jason Kohn, premiered on Showtime in June. In January, the auditor for the state of Massachusetts appointed Kimberly Truong, of Woburn, Massachusetts, to the Self-Determination Advisory Board. Kimberly is director of inclusion programs at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and an adjunct lecturer at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Previously, she was the administrative fellow for equity, diversity and inclusion at Harvard College. She is also a member of the state’s Asian-American Commission. Samantha Zirkin runs Point 93, one of the first companies to leverage blockchain in the retail sector. 
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