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Rebecca Blum is attending graduate school at Boston College, working toward a dual degree in social work and business.
Alex Bermel is working on a master’s in special education at the Bank Street College of Education.
Tessa Clark is attending the University of Washington’s School of Education in pursuit of a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction.
Laura Goldberg lives in Cambridge, MA, and is attending Lesley University to earn a reading specialist license.
Kevin Wozniak is working on a PhD in justice, law, and society at American University.
Sarah Etlinger is a teaching assistant at Syracuse University’s Writing Program.
Kaitlin Morton-Ranney is working toward a master’s in American history at the University of Rhode Island in Kingston.
Michelle Bernstein lives in Los Angeles, where she has begun a master’s program in nursing at Azusa Pacific University.
Ali Infield lives in Philadelphia where she is a research assistant for the Weight and Eating Disorders Program at the University of Pennsylvania.
In NYC Steve Yaeger is an analyst for Athilon Structured Investment Advisors.
This past year Kyle Ford has been cast in an independent film, worked for VH1, and assisted a National Geographic photographer. He is now attending Savannah College of Art and Design, working on an MFA in photography.
Josh Cristantiello has spent the past year as an art instructor at a summer camp, a welfare-to-
work case manager in Manhattan, and a high-school ESL special-ed aide.
Michael Grazewski is pursuing a master’s in public administration, specializing in health-care policy at Robert F. Wagner School of Public Policy at New York University.
In Washington, DC, Katie Finkowski is a research assistant at Abt Associates Inc., a research
and consulting organization with a focus on international and domestic economic issues. She volunteers for Community Family Life Services, where she assists with the development and implementation of new programs.
Ryan Cleary lives in West Hartford, CT, and teaches fifth grade at the Florence E. Smith School
of Math, Science, and Technology.
Andrew Brennan teaches reading to first- and second-graders at Davey Jackson Elementary
School in Jackson Hole, WY.
Nate Lew manages the latest American tour of Haiti’s only Grammy-nominated band, to benefit that country’s first rural university. The Boukman Eksperyans University of Fondwa Solidarity
Tour links one of Haiti’s most historically important musical groups and one of its most
innovative approaches to rural development and higher education. Nate and a high-school
buddy planned and directed the 2006 tour, traveling to American cities to raise awareness about, and support for, the University of Fondwa. The tour went as far south as Miami and as far west