Along with their families, Derek Cohen and former roommate Fred Reynolds visited Peru. Yaron Dori has been appointed a member-at-large on the Brandeis Alumni Association board of directors. He lives in the Washington, D.C., area, where he practices law in the areas of communications, data privacy and consumer protection. Jason Ensler serves as directing executive producer on a TV series inspired by the 2018 film “Love, Simon.” The series will air on Disney+ in 2020. Jason was previously executive producer/director on two TV series, “The Passage” and “The Exorcist.” He has also directed episodes of “The Newsroom,” “The West Wing,” “Lethal Weapon,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and “Grace and Frankie.” He is a mentor for the Alliance of Women Directors and a board member at Shifting Baselines, which seeks to find more effective ways of communicating science to the public. In the fall, Benjamin Morse ran for a seat on the Board of Education in Bloomfield, New Jersey. “Nothing more fun than fighting the good fight for public education,” he writes. Jason Paris and Jill Van Denburg ’97 were wed on Aug. 24 in Manchester, Vermont. The bride and the groom’s sister, Gail Paris Schwartz ’97, have been close friends since they met in 1993 on the first day of freshman year, when they lived across the hall from each other on the third floor of Reitman. An exhibition of new works by Janis Loewengart Yerington, called “,” opened in November at Bolinas Gallery, in Bolinas, California. “I am grateful to Carl Belz (of blessed memory), Nancy Scott and the Brandeis art department for mentoring and encouraging me in art, art history and life,” she writes.
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