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Class Notes October 2022

Class of 2010 Yesenia Rivera ’10 is an Energy Justice Award 2022 Finalist. Class of 2012 Megan Coyle ’12 opened Home Trust Legal, practicing in Maryland and Virginia, serving clients in wills, trusts and estates; contract review and drafting; collection matters; general legal advice and more. Class of 2022 Akeem […]

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Class Notes September 2022

Class of 1975 Nancy Shia ’75 is running for Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner for ANC 1C07. Class of 1978 Mary Ann Stiles ’78 is featured in the second edition of the Top 50 Fearless Leaders Publication by International Association of Top Professionals. Class of 1982 Deborah Sines ’82 worked on the […]

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Class Notes August 2022

Class of 1993 Vikram Kapil ’93 was elected to the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Board of Directors. Class of 2020 Kalani Browne ’20 started a new job as an Assistant District Attorney with the Bronx County District Attorney Office. Kyle Rush ’20 moved from Temporary Contract Attorney to […]

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Class Notes July 2022

Class of 1978 Mary Ann Stiles ’78 will be inducted into the International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP) Hall of Fame in December. Class of 1987 Karen Newton Cole ’87 was elected to the D.C. Bar Board of Governors. Class of 1996 Joe Werner ’96 is running for Governor of […]

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Class Notes June 2022

Class of 1976 and Class of 2008 “Imagining the Indian: The Fight Against Native American Mascoting,” directed by Aviva Kempner ’76 and produced by Yancey Burns ’08, will be screened at the Kennedy Center on the Millennium Stage June 30 at 8:30 p.m. Class of 1983 Stephen Merrill Smith ’83 […]

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Class Notes May 2022

Class of 1986 Tom Carpenter ’86 retired from Hanford Challenge after 30 years. Hanford Challenge (based in Seattle) is “one of the leading watchdog organizations keeping tabs on what is arguably the most radioactively and chemically contaminated spot in the Western Hemisphere.” Class of 2003 Stanley Myers ’03 was named […]

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Class Notes Apr. 2022

Class of 1976/Class of 2008 Yancey Burns ’08 (Producer) and Aviva Kempner ’76 (Director and Producer) won the Indie Spec Best Documentary Award at the Boston International Film Festival for “Imagining the Indian: The Fight Against Native American Mascoting.” Class of 1977 Sherri Myers ’77 joins mayoral race in Pensacola, […]

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Class Notes Mar. 2022

Class of 2009 Keri Nash ’09 joins the National Legal Aid & Defender Association as its new Director of Racial Equity Initiatives. Class of 2013 Alicia Altamirano ’13 is running for Circuit Court Judge in Howard County, MD. Class of 2016 Adrian Madsen ’16 was on the winning side of […]

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Class Notes Feb. 2022

Class of 1985 Rev. Dr. Cynthia Jackson ’85 was interviewed on NorthJersey.com about her church leadership. Class of 1987 Tim Gresback ’87 is running for the Idaho state legislature. Class of 2011 Evan Mascagni ’11 produced Persistent: A Challenge to Kentucky’s PFO Law, a short film on the work of returned […]

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