Ever wonder what's going on with your former classmates? Welcome to Class Notes online where you can stay abreast of the latest professional activities and other important milestones in your classmates' lives. Visit often, as we are frequently updating the site, with information compiled from alumni, including news published in local and national media.
Jennifer Coates celebrated the third anniversary of the opening her firm, Jenny Coates Law, a boutique tax and business law practice with offices in Seattle and Bainbridge Island, WA. Prior to starting her own practice, Coates worked in the Tax Departments of Dorsey & Whitney in Seattle, and Sidley Austin LLP and Dewey Ballantine in New York. (3/10/2014)
Ann Marie Henderson was named Senior Vice President and General Counsel for Raritan Bay Medical Center (RBMC). With hospitals located in Old Bridge and Perth Amboy, New Jersey, RBMC is a New Jersey state-designated primary stroke center. Henderson previously served as Senior Associate Attorney for the North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System and Associate Vice President and Deputy General Counsel for Staten Island University Hospital. (3/10/2014)
Linda A. Mercurio, executive director, lead instructor & attorney coach for the Lawyer Reentry Program at the American University Washington College of Law, was a featured speaker at the Military Spouse JD Network Annual Conference held in Washington, D.C. in May 2013. (9/8/2013)
Andrea M. Sharrin joined the U.S. Department of Treasury to serve as Director of the Office of Compliance and Enforcement at the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). Sharrin supervises 35 employees, and has responsibility for FinCEN's Bank Secrecy Act compliance and enforcement program, including developing and implementing compliance and enforcement strategies, investigations and other enforcement activities that have industry-wide, national, and international impact, including those related to national security. FinCEN is at the forefront in preventing and detecting terrorist financing, money laundering, and other financial crime. It serves as the nation's financial intelligence unit and protects the United States financial system from criminals and terrorist financiers. Sharrin previously served a Deputy Chief of the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section in the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. (1/7/2014)