Joel Goleburn has converted the International House Medellin, in Medellin, Colombia, from an 80-bed hostel into an 18-room bed-and-breakfast. He and his wife, Leidy Diana Aguirre, welcomed a son, David, in January 2018. Matthew Gordon works near Philadelphia as an environmental remediation project manager at AECOM, a multinational engineering firm. Last year, he performed at the Philadelphia Folk Festival with his band, Silvershade Scenery. Son Noah graduated from Brown University in 2017 with a degree in chemical engineering. Nancy Hamburger Starr has sold her dental practice and relishes her time as a grandparent to twin girls, born in April 2019. Nancy’s son, David, and his wife, Kalyani, are the proud parents; they are both dentists and live in the Charlotte, North Carolina, area. Younger son Alex is a lawyer at global law firm Morgan Lewis. Joan Hantman is a nurse at the UCLA Medical Center in Santa Monica, California. She also performs with an ethnic band, choir and dance group in Los Angeles. Her recent travels include trips to Armenia, Georgia, Turkey, Romania and Poland. This summer, she hopes to perform in Bulgaria. Henry Kopel — a federal prosecutor in Connecticut who focuses on national security matters — has signed a publishing contract for a book, “War on Hate: How to Stop Genocide, Fight Terrorism and Defend Freedom,” slated for publication by early 2021. The book argues that atrocities can be prevented if the indoctrination in hatred that precedes and triggers them is disrupted. Steve Schiffman, formerly chief financial officer of the private equity and venture group at Fidelity Investment, is now acting president of the company’s international ventures group. Based in London, he would love to connect with classmates in the area.
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