In February, Paul Friedman celebrated the first anniversary of the incorporation of his Virginia-based nonprofit, Safer Country, which works to keep guns out of unsafe hands. Yaacov Guy established YZtherapeutic Performance, which provides services to companies developing therapeutics and their investors that help support project management and investment decisions. Last year, Laura Miller Mann, P’15, retired from a law career that spanned more than 30 years. An active volunteer, she uses her law license to help various nonprofits. Her elder daughter is engaged to be married, and her younger daughter is pursuing a medical residency in Pennsylvania. Laura says she is always up for a hike or a visit with Brandeis friends in the Boston area. Frank Segall, P’11, has been named a New England Trailblazer by Am Law. He is chair of the business, finance, restructuring, and venture capital and private equity groups at law firm Burns & Levinson, and co-chair of its cannabis business and law advisory group. He hopes to establish a framework that banks can use to accept cannabis-derived deposits, and is working with financial institutions and private funds to set up pilot programs for cannabis lending. Bruce Zamost, a pinball and arcade historian, will appear in “Welcome to Arcadia,” a documentary film to be released in theaters in 2020 or 2021.
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