Herbert Krosney (SHS 1955)

Writer and award-winning documentary filmmaker specializing in investigative and historical projects. He is the author of the new National Geographic book, The Lost Gospel: The Quest for the Gospel of Judas Iscariot. As a filmmaker with more than 30 years' experience, he has worked for BBC, PBS, The History Channel and CBC (Canada).

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Jay Lalezari (SHS 1977)

Physician.  
Devoted his life to discovering the roots of AIDS. Does research as Director of Quest Clinical Research in San Francisco.  Runs dozens of clinical trials, 23 now. Including ones on AIDS and hepatitis, Herpes Simplex, and Human papilloma virus.

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Max Krohn (SHS 1995)

Founder of OKcupid,  Sparknotes, and TheSpark.   Max has been an academic superstar earning a Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude from Harvard College  and a PhD in Computer Science from M.I.T..  He recently sold Okcupid to Match.com.

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Glenn Kramon (SHS 1971)


 Journalist,  Assistant Managing Editor of the New York Times. Glenn has been overseeing major reporting projects for more than a decade. Reporters working under his editing supervision have won eight Pulitzer Prizes, and have been finalists for the Pulitzer 22 times.

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John Dyson (SHS 1961)

Businessman, creative, thinker.
In John Dyson’s senior  year, the opening lines of the Bandersnatch began, “Scarsdale High School is life in miniature. “ The Senior Section of Bandy was far more accurate, referring to Dyson’s mathematical and agricultural interests.  “He fidgets with digits this  math-minded man,  whose hope is to cope with the farm surplus plan.”  Dyson combined his interests   in politics with his creative side when he designed the “I Love New York” slogan.  A lso Chairman of Milbank and Tweed Corporation Management.

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Leslie Cannold (SHS 1983)

2011_da_leslie_cannold__83_reduced_thumb_thumb.jpgAuthor,  commentator, ethicist,  activist.
Her quote in Bandersnatch gives more  than a hint of Leslie in the future.  It begins, “To have a reason to get up in the morning, it is necessary to possess a guiding  principle.”  Today she is one of leading thinkers in Australia  with a regular stint on ABC  Sydney and Brisbane.  She is a Senior Lecturer  at the Monash Institute of Health Services and an energetic  writer  of opinion pieces  on feminist concerns as they affect  the issue of the day

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