ALUMNI MAKING NEWS
William Tynan '83 was promoted to professor in pediatrics at Jefferson Medical College and named editor of Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology.
Jeffrey Altabef '89 wrote Fourteenth Colony (Tate Publishing, 2013), a political thriller set in America's near-future. He uses faux historical footnotes to explain, with humor, America's progression from the present day to a very different country deeply divided by wealth. Altabef is donating half his proceeds to Covenant House, a charity that takes in homeless youths aged 18 to 21.
Jeffrey Rogoff '90 was selected as deputy regional solicitor for the U.S. Department of Labor, Region 2. He assists in overseeing the department's attorneys in their litigation throughout New York, New Jersey and Puerto Rico. Common statutes enforced in the region include the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act and the Occupational Safety and Health Act.
Rory Clark '05 expanded his real estate brokerage Elevated Realty to Halstead Property in Manhattan, joining Halstead as a vice president/associate broker, where he specializes in brokering transactions on behalf of high net-worth sellers, buyers, investors and landlords in condominium, cooperative and townhouse residential real estate transactions in New York City. He is co-leader of the Alumni Association's Metro New York Chapter.
James Carlucci '11 co-founded a basketball sportswear start-up called true athelite. The company makes shirts, shorts and custom team uniforms using specially designed fabric called true athelite TECH.