Class Notes: March 2021


Howard Woolley ’80 was announced as a board member of Apple Hospitality.


Monica Levinson ’90 produced “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm” which won a Golden Globe.

Keri Potts ’98 G’99 was named vice president of communications and public relations at the America 250 Foundation.


Jessica Weinstein Stone ’00 is the author of “Crossing the Divide: 20 Lessons To Help You Thrive in Cross-Cultural Environments.”

Eli Saslow ’04 won a George Polk Award for Journalism for his oral history series “Voices of the Pandemic,” published in The Washington Post. 

Erin Bushinger ’05 has been promoted to director of corporate communications at Assured Information Security.

Jerry Mikorenda G’06 is the author of “America’s First Freedom Rider: Elizabeth Jennings, Chester A. Arthur & the Early Fight for Civil Rights,” published by Rowman & Littlefield, Globe Pequot imprint.

Katie Krause G’08 was named director of public relations for the Baltimore Orioles.

Boris Sanchez ’09 is the new co-anchor of Weekend New Day on CNN.


Jonathan Miller ’14 is the author of the children’s book, “The ABCs of News.”

Lauren Cavalli G’15 was named gallery manager at the new Southampton branch of Phillips Auction House.

Isabel Sanchez G’17, dayside reporter for Telemundo62 in Philadelphia, became a naturalized United States citizen.


Laiqa Hitt ’20 and Jared Bunn ’20 won the Best of Competition award at the Broadcast Education Association’s Festival of the Media Arts with their film on Caroline Sheldon, “Panacea.” They also won first place for best short form documentary. 

Madeleine Davison ’20 won the collegiate Dan Rather Medal in News and Guts for her Daily Orange story about nursing center violations.