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Class of: 2017

Jen Sendros-Keshka

Jen Sendros-Keshka (CFA’17) of Glen Ridge, N.J., created lil’ smARTies, a series of art books for kids aged five and under, published under the pen name Jenny Pinkerton. Jenny’s debut title, Play with Clay! (Penguin Workshop, 2020), was published in March. Learn more at www.jennypinkerton.com.

From the Summer 2020 issue.
Class of: 2016

Chris Kayser

Chris Kayser (MET’16) of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, released his second book, Cybercrime Through Social Engineering: The New Global Crisis (2020). Robert Cadigan, a BU Metropolitan College associate professor emeritus of applied social sciences, wrote the foreword. Chris is founder, president, and CEO of Cybercrime Analytics Inc.

From the Summer 2020 issue.
Class of: 2016

Christiana Kalfas

Christiana Kalfas (CAS’16) of Somerville, Mass., was awarded her NASM-CPT certificate. She also ran the B.A.A. Distance Medley to not only spread obesity and health awareness, but also to fundraise for a scholarship at her high school. Email her at Ckalfas@bu.edu.

From the Summer 2020 issue.
Class of: 2016

Harsh Arora

Harsh Arora (LAW’16) of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., has joined the Fort Lauderdale office of Kelley Kronenberg as a partner. He heads the business litigation and corporate transactions practice group. Harsh can be reached at harora@kklaw.com.

From the Summer 2020 issue.
Class of: 2015

Ashley Mayrianne Jones

Ashley Mayrianne Jones (CAS’15, COM’15) of Arlington, Va., has accepted a position as advocacy communications coordinator for the American Society for Microbiology. Ashley develops and disseminates press releases, op-eds, and social media for the largest life sciences society in the US. Previously, she worked for the headquarters of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the Environmental Protection Agency. She is a member of the National Association of Science Writers, secretary of the Society for Conservation Biology (Washington, D.C., chapter), and a volunteer tour guide at Smithsonian National Zoo. She earned a master’s degree in environmental law from Vermont Law School in 2019. Email Ashley at amayrianne@gmail.com.

From the Summer 2020 issue.
Class of: 2015

Cassidy Bissell

Cassidy Bissell (CAS’15, COM’15) of Cambridge, Mass., is operations director for the campaign to reelect US Senator Ed Markey (Hon.’04). Previously, Cassidy was the operations coordinator for HubWeek and the scheduling and operations director for Setti Warren’s campaign for governor of Massachusetts.

From the Summer 2020 issue.
Class of: 2012, 2013

Erin (Miller) Roger

Erin (Miller) Roger (Questrom’13) and Jonathan “JD” Roger (CAS’12) of Seattle, Wash., were married in August in Portland, Ore. The two have been together since 2010 when they were both undergrads. JD is director of operations for Treehouse Technology Group, a technology strategy and software development and integration firm. Erin works in finance supporting Providence Health & Services.

From the Summer 2020 issue.
Class of: 2012, 2013

Molly Ford

Molly Ford (CGS’10, COM’12) of Boston, Mass., and her business partner, Sarah Jesup (CGS’10, SHA’13) of Putney, Vt., are the founders of the Food Lens, an online guide to Boston’s best restaurants, bars, and events. They recently launched the Food Lens Podcast, a biweekly show that features candid interviews with some of Boston’s most beloved chefs, sommeliers, and tastemakers. Molly cohosts the podcast with Catherine Smart (MET’10) of Somerville, Mass., a New England–based journalist and local business owner. You can learn more at www.thefoodlens.com.

From the Summer 2020 issue.
Class of: 2011

Jonathan “Yoni” Binstock

Jonathan “Yoni” Binstock (GRS’11) of Vienna, Austria, was an award recipient at the VR Awards in London for his work on web-based virtual reality at Emblematic Group.

From the Summer 2020 issue.
Class of: 2010

Lis Hulin Wheeler

Lis Hulin Wheeler (CAS’10) of Framingham, Mass., published her debut novel, No Parking (Ninestar Press, 2020). Set in a small Massachusetts town, No Parking is a queer love story that explores what it means to find and keep your home.

From the Summer 2020 issue.