Class Notes 1960-1980

• Bob Greenwald (B.A. '50) professional mediator with U.S. Department of Justice for 18 years, now retired.  Published in 2008, "Conflict Without Chaos."
• Paula Segal (B.A. '69) retired in 2007 from District of Columbia Public Schools after 37 years as a high school social studies teacher.  Currently Segal is a member of the George Washington University Alumni Board and volunteer for College Tracks that provides guidance to high school students applying to college.
• Christina Shelton(B.A. '71) retired after 30 years with the Defense Intelligence Agency, in both Soviet affairs analysis and counterintelligence assessments.  
• Mary Mills Barrow (B.A. '72) has published a new book:   "Small Moments: A Child's Memories of the Civil Rights Movement." 
• Jonathan Lippman (B.A. '72) last served as Honorary Consul for the American consulate in Geneva from 2004 to 2010.
• The Hon.Isaac Borenstein(ret.), (B.A. '72), will be a Visiting Professor of Law at Suffolk Law School in Boston for the 2014-2015 academic year. He has previously taught, full and part time, at Suffolk, Northeastern, BU, New England and other law schools, as well as serving for 22 years as a trial judge in Massachusetts.
• David J. Klinger, Esq. (B.A. ’74) is the managing partner at Gutterman, Markowitz & Klinger in Bridgewater, New Jersey.  David has taught law courses at Montclair State University and for the New Jersey Bar.
• Nate Kornfeld (B.A. '75) just finished the first semester in the NYU masters program in Global Affairs.
• Stephen Taber (B.A. '76) spent his career in banking with Latin America, including with a hedge fund in Brazil, and as a Director of 3 publicly listed Brazilian companies.  Currently he is consulting on Brazilian real estate and private equity from Boston.
• Paul Reidl (BA ’77, JD ‘80) is a trademark and copyright prosecution and litigation specialist with his own law firm in Half Moon Bay, California.  He was recently elected President of the Coastside Land Trust in Half Moon Bay.
•  J. D'Alba, (B.A. '78), heads Sun Fresh Water, LLC who has partnered with The Center For Advanced Engineering Design and Development of The City University of New York  to perfect their portable solar powered desalination system designed to address the critical global need for fresh water that contributes to the death of as many as 8,000 people a day.
• Stephen A. Cohen (B.A. '79) is Director of Partnership Operations and the Tax Matters Partner at Ernst & Young.