Annie Lerew, ’04, was featured in a USA Today article in January 2008 about her work with Math for America. The program, based in New York, pays for mathematicians to earn a master’s degree in teaching, and gives them an additional stipend over five years to supplement their public school salaries. Annie teaches a combination math/earth science class at Banana Kelly High School in the Bronx. She earned her master’s degree at Bard College.
Lindsay Lyman, ’04, received her graduate degree in social work and gerontology from the University of Southern California in May 2008. She lives in San Clemente, CA.
Harvey Steele III, ’04, is a vice president managing retail distribution in Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky for New York Life Investment Management. He is the youngest vice president in firm history. Harvey previously worked for an institutional asset manager. He has been a speaker at the Merrill Lynch 2007 Council of Excellence and the PNC Bank 2007 Asset Manager Review. He enjoys traveling and spending summers yachting on the Great Lakes. Harvey has relocated to Cincinnati, OH, but still maintains an office in New York City.
Jessica Testolin, ’04, is the new assistant prosecutor for Huron County. Jessica graduated in 2007 from University of Detroit Mercy Law School. She lives in Port Hope, MI.
Elizabeth Vogel, ’04, is the marketing director at Andrus Sotheby’s International Realty in Grosse Pointe Farms. She lives in Grosse Pointe Farms.