James Blachly’94, received a Grammy Award for “Best Classical Solo Vocal Performance” at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards. James Blachly earned the award for his conducted recording with Experiential Orchestra and Chorus of Dame Ethel Smyth’s “The Prison,” which was originally composed in 1930. Read more
SidraBell ’93, is featured as one of twelve black leaders making a difference in Westchester county. Read more
Jamila Baucom ’91, was featured in a member spotlight for Women in Development. Read more
April Goff’02, was highlighted in a piece from the Event Leadership Institute. Read more
SidraBell ’93, was the first Black female choreographer to create a new work for the New York City Ballet. Read more
Matt Stine ’94, was recently nominated for a Tony Award for his work as a music producer for Moulin Rouge! the Musical. Read more
Simon Rodberg ’92, published What If I’m Wrong?, for anybody who wants to better understand why schools are the way they are, and how they can be better.
Shuwanza Goff ’99, has joined President-elect Joe Biden’s White House staff as a new deputy director of the Office of Legislative Affairs. Read more
Sydney Ireland ’15, who advocated tirelessly for years to be recognized as an official member of the Boy Scouts, has been awarded the Eagle Scout rank. Read more
Dalas Zeicher, ’11, Counselor, Bank Street Summer Camp, is pursuing her Master’s in Public Health (MPH) at Boston University of Public Health and teaching EMT classes at Boston University’s EMS education institute.