Class Notes (October 2010)

Frederick S. Lane (MA
is working on his sixth book, tentatively entitled CyberTraps for the Young: How a Single Click
Can Ruin Your Child’s Life — and What YOU Can Do About It.
His fifth book,
American Privacy: The 400-Year-History of
Our Most Contested Right
will be out in paperback in the first week of

Rosen (CA ’87)
was elected District Attorney of Santa Clara County, which
is in Silicon Valley. He will take office on January 3, 2011, and would welcome
contact from other Truman Scholars who are prosecutors or criminal defense

Chiraag Bains (MA
recently started a six-month detail from the Civil Rights Division to
the U.S. Attorney’s Office in DC, where he works in the Domestic Violence
Misdemeanors section.

David Simon (MN ’03) has
had a whirwind year: “In the past year, Keira and I bought a house, and became
parents. Chase Alexander Simon was born on September 22nd.  He weighed in at 7 pounds, 11 ounces, and is
21.5 inches tall.  At three weeks old, he
is fiercely seizing each day.  We are as
exhilarated as we are exhausted.  There’s
no better feeling. On a professional note, I’m still litigating, teaching law,
and serving as the director of a poverty law clinic that I started up in 2009.”

Zara Snapp (CO ‘05)
recently graduated from the Harvard Kennedy School with a master’s in Public
Policy.  She is working at the National
Democratic Institute as a Program Officer with the Latin America &
Caribbean team, with a focus on Peru and Ecuador, and loves thinking about
Latin American policy on a daily basis. 
She is excited to be living in Washington, DC and close to many Truman
friends and  former classmates from the
Kennedy School.

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