Beth Anderson was named to the board of trustees of Elms College, in Chicopee, Massachusetts. She is founder and CEO of the Phoenix Charter Academy Network, and board president of the Massachusetts Charter Public School Association. She is proud that one of her students from Lawrence, Massachusetts, Destiny Morton ’21, is studying at Brandeis. Beth and her wife, Susana, have three children: Ciara (12), Galileo (4) and Orion Jack (2). Larry Farber earned an LLM in insurance law from UConn School of Law, graduating with honors. He is a regional vice president at the Hartford Fire Insurance Company. Mark Goldstein, of Philadelphia, died Dec. 13. He was the vice president of Liberty Property Trust. He is survived by his wife, Joanna (Maixner) ’92, and two children. Fred Jacob is solicitor at the National Labor Relations Board. Previously, he served as solicitor at the Federal Labor Relations Authority. Ari Marcus is director of biostatistics in the Real-World Evidence Solutions division of IQVIA, a global human data sciences company. He has been elected to a one-year term as master of Norfolk Masonic Lodge, in Needham, Massachusetts, and he is an active member — along with his wife, Beth — of the school board of Temple Aliyah, a conservative synagogue. His son, Joseph, is in fourth grade. After 10 years at VF Corp. as vice president of footwear for Timberland and the North Face, Brian Moore is testing the entrepreneurial waters by joining Boston-based running-gear startup Tracksmith as a partner and chief operating officer. Shari Soloway received a 2019 Westfair Family-Owned Business Award, which recognizes business owners in New York’s Westchester and Fairfield counties. Shari and her husband, Kevin Cohen, founded the Law Offices of Kevin H. Cohen in 2003. The White Plains firm focuses on trusts and estates law.
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