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  • John Roberts ’94

    The benefits of a St. Bernard’s education can pop up at unexpected moments. A number of years ago, I was called upon to give a toast at a friend’s wedding. It had been over a decade since I had last spoken in front of a crowd and I was quite nervous, but taking the microphone was like putting on an old sweatshirt. No problem, I was just back giving a report on the varsity red soccer team’s recent match versus St. David’s, or reprising my role as the cow in “The Friendly Beasts” at Christmas Carols, or enunciating one of my seven endlessly rehearsed lines in the Shakespeare play. Familiar ground, nothing to fear.
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  • NOAH LEAVITT ’00

    Noah Leavitt ’00 serves as the Assistant Rabbi at Congregation Orach Chaim in New York City.  He graduated from Columbia University with a BA in history and completed an MA in Jewish philosophy at Yeshiva University.  Noah received rabbinic ordination from Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School.  As a Tikvah Rabbinical Fellow, he took part in a seminar to advance rabbinic involvement in American political discourse.  Before coming to Congregation Orach Chaim, Noah served as the Rabbi of Congregation Netivot Shalom in Baltimore and as the Campus Rabbi at Towson University.
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  • Zack O’Malley Greenburg '99

    Zack O’Malley Greenburg ’99 is the senior editor of media and entertainment at Forbes, where he started as a reporter shortly after graduating from Yale in 2007.  He is the author of three books:  most recently 3 Kings: Diddy, Dr. Dre, Jay-Z and Hip-Hop's Multibillion-Dollar Rise (Little, Brown, 2018); as well as Michael Jackson, Inc. (Simon & Schuster/Atria, 2014) and the Jay-Z biography Empire State of Mind (Penguin/Portfolio, 2011).  
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  • Michael Aduboffour '13

    After St. Bernard's I began attending Groton School in the Fall of 2013.  I played football from 9th through 11th grade, starting on Varsity my junior year, and I've spent all my time here as a sprinter for Groton's Track & Field team, of which I am now a captain.
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  • Robert Miyahara '90

    I have been working at the intersection of finance, technology, the United States, and Japan since graduating from Princeton.  Professionally I have been able to experience firsthand the upheaval caused by the Asian financial crisis, the boom and bust (and boom again) of venture capital technology investment, and the building of some amazing companies in Silicon Valley.  After moving back and forth between Tokyo and Silicon Valley for over fifteen years, I have now settled in northern California with my wife and two kids.
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  • Bill Dean '51

    Bill Dean, a graduate of Harvard College and Columbia Law School, is a lawyer, writer, and civic participant.
     
    As a lawyer, he served for twenty-five years as executive director of Volunteers of Legal Service, an organization providing pro bono civil legal services to benefit low-income residents of New York City.
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  • MICHAEL IVKOV ’12

    Michael Ivkov ’12 is currently enrolled in Harvard College and recently completed his freshman year.  Along with economics, he studies German and Ancient Greek language and literatures. Prior to enrolling, he championed the Harvard debate tournament as a junior at the Trinity School.  He also won the St. Bernard’s speech contest as an eighth grader. 
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