Kim Johnson Krummel earned a master’s in counseling psychology from the Wright Institute, in Berkeley, California, in 2020, and is currently a psychotherapist working on her hours toward Marriage and Family Therapist licensure. Formerly, Kim was an educational book editor at St. Martin’s Press, Macmillan Australia and other publishers for 20 years. A resident of San Francisco, she is divorced and raising two teenage daughters, one of whom entered Wellesley College last fall. Kim reports it’s been wonderful to visit Boston and see several old friends again. David Liss, P’25, attended Brandeis’ Annual Legacy Family Celebration with wife Ellen, P’25; daughter Phoebe ’25; and Phoebe’s grandmother Elaine Liss ’59, P’90, G’25 (whose late husband, Mel ’58, also attended Brandeis). “Having three generations on campus feels pretty sweet,” David writes. Rachel Reisman, P’25, writes that, after deferring because of COVID-19, her daughter Gemma Sampas ’25 is finally a Brandeis student. Stacy Sarna married Darin Zenov ’88 on Dec. 11 near their home in Miami. The couple met at Brandeis in 1987. She writes, “We eventually lost touch after Darin graduated, but casually reconnected on Facebook in 2008. By 2012, we were competing on Words With Friends, using the chat to catch up on each other’s lives. In 2014, Darin came to NYC, where I was living, and we’ve been together ever since.” Michael Schmidt, vice chair of Cozen O’Connor’s national labor and employment practice, was named one of the Top 500 U.S. Corporate Employment Lawyers by Lawdragon magazine.
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