Queens Library appointed Jonathan Chung (MPA ’10) director of government affairs. Previously he served as chief of staff to New York City Council members Peter F. Vallone, Jr. and Peter Koo.
Natalie Gardner (MS ’10) married Stephen Paul Krill III in April at the Tappan Hill Mansion in Tarrytown, N.Y. Gardner is the U.S. marketing and product development manager at the Manhattan office of Orrefors Kosta Boda.
Caitlin Hannon (’10) received an Education Entrepreneur Fellowship from the Mind Trust. Through the fellowship, she will develop ‘Enroll Indy,’ a new nonprofit that seeks to create a unified enrollment system for Indianapolis’s public schools.
Bahia Ramos-Synnott (MPA ’10) was named arts program director at the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. With an extensive background in the nonprofit sector, Ramos-Synnott previously worked at Brooklyn Botanic Garden and Brooklyn Children’s Museum.
Kalisha Davis (MPA ’11) is a director of community outreach and engagement at the Detroit Historical Society.
After serving as an assistant editor at Rolling Stone magazine, Lauren Musacchio (’11) joined TerraCRG as a leasing associate on its retail team. Musacchio is also the founder of Straw and Gold, an e-commerce blog featuring local Brooklyn artisans.
Jared Reichbaum (’12) crossed off a major item on his bucket list: walking across the country. From April to September, Reichbaum walked from New Jersey to San Francisco, raising awareness about bone marrow transplants along the way.
Justin DuBois (’13) married Jen Spisso in September. DuBois is a financial engineer; Spisso is a fashion designer.
Sameson Louis (MPA ’13) is the president and founder of Economic Development for Cap-Haïtien (EDCH), which aims to increase community awareness of environmental, social, and economic conditions.
Edward Probst (MBA ’13) is senior VP, regulatory reporting and risk, at AxiomSL. Previously Probst spent more than a decade in the financial industry.
Rabbi Jeremy D. Stern (MPA ’13) serves as the executive director of the Organization for the Resolution of Agunot, an international nonprofit group that advocates against the abuse of the get (Jewish divorce) process. He lectures frequently on issues of domestic abuse, the interplay between the Jewish and American legal systems, and the role of the Jewish community in preventing and counteracting get refusal.
The Town of North Hempstead unanimously approved the appointment of Averil Smith (MS ’14) as town comptroller. Smith is a CPA with more than 20 years of financial experience, most recently working as controller at ABC Home Furnishings and MZ Berger, Inc.
Ice cream aficionado Richard Tam (’14) opened 10Below Ice Cream in Chinatown in July 2015. Tam’s parlor specializes in Thai-inspired ice cream rolls, a made-to-order treat with fresh fruit.
Salihe Redzovic (’15), an endowments and foundations analyst at J.P. Morgan, has been named to the Baruch College Fund’s board of trustees.