Greetings Class of 2010! I hope you’ll enjoy these brief notes from our classmates around the world:
Katie Roose (Zackin) and her husband Robert Roose ’04 welcomed their second son, Alden, to their family on February 15, 2021. He joins big brother William, who is thrilled with his baby brother! The family lives in Lake Oswego, Oregon.
Sam Schilit and husband Jeremy Rosenweig welcomed their first child, Henry Schilit Rosenweig, in September. Henry is looking forward to becoming a Cardinal in 2038!
Peter Hull shares: “In July I’ll be moving to Providence, Rhode Island to start an assistant professor position in the Economics Department of Brown University.” Peter would love to connect to any Wes folks in the Providence area!
Sherry Sybertz has recently joined the board of directors of the Monterey Peninsula Yacht Club. Sherry adds “I enjoy spending free time, year-round, sailing on California’s beautiful Monterey Bay!”
Matt Tannenbaum recently joined the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, where he prosecutes hate crimes, law enforcement misconduct, and other civil rights violations. Matt owes a deep debt of gratitude to Wesleyan for teaching him about critical race theory and how to gracefully fail at public speaking in courtrooms across the country.
Finally, Mark Fajans, after working on the COVID Epi Task Force during the outbreak, left his job at the CDC to move to Seattle and start a PhD in epidemiology at the University of Washington, where he will be back to focusing on pediatric tuberculosis and diagnostics.
Thanks to those who contributed this time around and, as always, feel free to pass along notes anytime at DavidALayne@gmail.com, or email@example.com.