Diana Coben Einstein is the first community-engagement director at Dwell With Dignity, a Dallas-based nonprofit that creates soothing, inspiring homes for families struggling with homelessness and poverty. Candice Gidney is senior vice president and general counsel at Sweetwater Sound, the largest online retailer of pro audio gear and musical instruments. Previously, she was chief legal officer, vice president and secretary at Arteza. After winning reelection to the Massachusetts Senate, Becca Rausch was appointed senate chair of the Joint Committee on the Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture, and senate vice chair of the Joint Committee on State Administration and Regulatory Oversight, in addition to five other committee appointments. Becca also serves on the board of the National Association of Jewish Legislators. Michael Rose manages a team of reporters covering labor law at Law360 Employment Authority, drawing on his experience as a labor reporter for Bloomberg BNA. He’s worked at Law360, a legal news website, since 2017. Jamie Cutler Rubin is the infection prevention and control program administrator in the Maryland Department of Health’s Infectious Disease, Epidemiology and Outbreak Response Bureau. Jill Virag Samuels and husband Asher welcomed daughter Eliana Clara on Feb. 6 in Jerusalem. Jeffrey Symons is wrapping up a three-and-a-half-year assignment as global-operations digital-technology lead at Raytheon Technologies in Warsaw, where he lives with his wife and two small children. Recently, he’s watched as Ukrainian refugees pour into Poland. “All the volunteers who are helping them give me hope during this humanitarian crisis,” he reports. Kimberly Truong, chief equity officer at MGH Institute of Health Professions, has been named one of the top 50 diversity officers in the U.S. by Color, a Boston-based event producer focused on empowering professionals of color. Last year, Color gave Kimberly its DEI Champion Publisher’s Award.
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