Bobby Bernstein is head tennis pro at the Boca Raton, a luxury resort and beach club in Florida, where he has worked since 2012. Marshall Fisher is the author of “A Terrible Splendor” (2010), which centers on a 1937 Davis Cup match, and “Seventeen and Oh: Miami, 1972 and the NFL’s Only Perfect Season” (2022). He says he’s fulfilled his classmates’ prophecy that the only topics he could write about are tennis and the Miami Dolphins. Martha Greenwald is founding director of the WhoWeLost Project, dedicated to remembering America’s pandemic victims in a space free from politics, trolls and judgment. Paul Katz has been elected to the Waltham City Council, representing Ward 7 (where Brandeis is located). He lives near campus with his wife and son. Paul leads content strategy for Dun & Bradstreet’s sales and marketing business unit. In April, Jim Leahy was inducted into the Connecticut Soccer Hall of Fame, in recognition of his accomplishments as a Brandeis player and a coach. Rabbi Daveen Litwin is director of community engagement and programming at the Jewish Federation of the Berkshires, in Pittsfield, Massachusetts.
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