Lisa Gertler Braiterman, P’13, has a part-time consulting practice focused on independent school strategy and operations. She is a member of the Commission on Independent Schools at the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. Mark S. Cohen and Roberta Weinstein-Cohen ’79, P’09, P’17, who live in Jerusalem, do quite a bit of traveling and recently participated in several Brandeis alumni programs in Israel. Lisa Schindler Frankel and her husband, Larry, enjoy gourmet cooking and entertaining; experiencing all the art and culture the Berkshires have to offer; playing tennis, canasta and mah-jongg with friends; skiing; and doing agility work with Zoe, their Australian Cobberdog. Marilyn Heine appeared on the cover of Pennsylvania Physician magazine after receiving the American Medical Association’s inaugural AMPAC Award for Political Participation. She is vice chair of the AMA’s Council on Legislation. Gerald Isenberg has been named president of the medical staff at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital for a two-year term. He lives in the Philadelphia suburbs and has four grandchildren. “Friends” co-creators Marta Kauffman and David Crane ’79 appeared at New York City’s Tribeca TV Festival in August to mark the 25th anniversary of the popular sitcom’s premiere. Fathom Events and Warner Bros. celebrated the milestone by bringing 12 “Friends” episodes to movie theaters nationwide for three nights in September and October. Robert Koenigsberg and wife Bess ’80 welcomed the arrival of two grandsons, Clayton James and Jack Leonard, born six months apart. After the closure of Philadelphia’s Hahnemann University Hospital, Robert’s career pivoted from neuroradiology to pediatric radiology. His articles can be found at, the website for the Journal of the American Osteopathic College of Radiology. Mark Mishler is counsel and legislative director for Julia Salazar, a New York state senator representing North Brooklyn. Mark reports Salazar is at the forefront of the fight for the rights of tenants, women and immigrants; criminal justice reform; public education; and a just economy. Alan Spatrick joined the asset management board of Brandeis International Business School in September.
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