Andrew Dolberg (’11) was the campaign manager for Congressman Jared Moskowitz when he succeeded Congressman Ted Deutch in Florida’s 23rd Congressional District.
Melissa (Metzger) Finkelstein (’04) has published two children’s books, Picky the Panda and the Tickly Tail and Bobby the Snake and the Broken TV. Picky the Panda highlights the importance of leading with empathy and slowing down to recharge when life feels overwhelming. Bobby the Snake shares the story of a highly sensitive snake who learns to “unplug” through nature, movement, and taking a deep breath.
Liam Asayag (’20) was featured on the cover of UC Santa Cruz’s magazine for his relief work in Ukraine. After visiting the war-torn area, Asayag learned that many Ukrainians were unable to receive medical equipment and other supplies in part because drones (costing between $50,000 and $100,000) were frequently shot down. With the help of his professor, Asayag built a more cost-effective drone to assist in humanitarian efforts.
Kenny McIntosh (’19) was selected by the Seattle Seahawks as a running back.
On the NFL Draft Day, Zay Flowers (’19) was recruited in the first round to play for the Baltimore Ravens as a wide receiver.
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