Malca Bassan published a course, Hebrew Lessons for Beginners, on Udemy, an online learning and teaching platform. The course teaches students how to read and write Hebrew letters, and form words. Francine Ferraro Rothkopf, P’23, is a Judaics teacher and technologist at MetroWest Jewish Day School, in Framingham, Massachusetts. She is also an advocate for people with Down syndrome, like her daughter, as well as those with other abilities. Son Micah ’23 is a Brandeis freshman, and niece Hannah ’21 is a junior. Robin Katz Rabinowitz is temple administrator at a synagogue in Jericho, New York. She and her husband celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary in May. Her older son, who graduated from Fordham University School of Law, is an associate at Demarais. Her daughter is an associate merchandise planner at Macy’s. Her younger son is a first-year medical student at New York Medical College. Andrea Saperstein-Gropman received a five-year $5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to lead an international consortium that seeks to better understand rare diseases and accelerate potential treatments to patients. She is a tenured professor of neurology and pediatrics at The George Washington University, and an attending physician in neurology and division chief of neurogenetics and neurodevelopmental disabilities at Children’s National Hospital, in Washington, D.C.
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