Dr. Julie Mittman Glazer (1979) is beginning year 6 as Superintendent of Schools in Nutley, New Jersey. Dr. Glazer is currently the President of Learning Forward New Jersey, the affiliate of the international organization dedicated to professional learning for educators. She has two sons, Max, an architect in Chicago, and Nathan, a law student at Seton Hall University
Decade Archives: 1970s
Tom Kirker ‘78 has been retired from teaching for over 7 years with 29 years with Columbus City Schools, and 1 year in Eastern NC. He has worked part-time as a park ranger with Columbus. Franklin County Metroparks for 35 years as well, leading nature hikes and outdoor activities for the City of Bexley and writing for OhioOutdoorNews about hunting, fishing and related topics. After raising their family in Bexley,where their 3 children (now 34, 30, and 28) attended Bexley Schools, we now live in Violet Township, Fairfield County where he works at Slate Run and Chestnut Ridge Metroparks.
Michael Segal ‘75 recently moved from Partner to Of Counsel at the New York City law firm Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, and was elected to the Board of Directors of the WTA Tour (professional women’s tennis) as a Player Board Representative for 2019 – 2021. He is still ecstatically married to Debra (Gombert) Segal (‘78).
Nan Jenks-Jay class of 1970 is to receive the Distinguished Alumni Award from Yale University, Graduate School of the Environment this fall. In 2020, she was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award from an international organization – the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. Nan is Dean of Environmental Affairs Emeritus – Middlebury College. She currently consults and co-owns Miller Hill Farm, Nursery and Gardens with her husband Carl Phelps offering herbaceous plants, shrubs and trees and specializing in native species. They recently conserved 100 acres of their farm in Vermont. Leading Voice in Environmental Education Wins YSE 2021 Distinguished Alumni Award For being a leading voice for environmental education and sustainability in higher education, and catalyzing environmental programs around the country and globally, Nan Jenks-Jay ’86 MES was honored with Yale School of the Environment’s Distinguished Alumna Award 2021 https://youtu.be/bgrZxiGhJJo