Your Weekly Low Down | January 12, 2018

Here's the latest from your Columbia alumni community.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: 

  • Columbia launched its brand-new home page. Explore it here.

  • Congratulations to Business School alumna Jacqueline Joseph! The documentary film she directed and produced, WINNING, is now available on Netflix worldwide.¬†The Low Down¬†spoke with Joseph back in August about the film, which takes the viewer through the careers of five legendary athletes. Read the interview here.

  • On Twitter this week, Columbia Law School highlighted Don Liu '86LAW, Target's chief legal officer, who has already made major progress in a short period of time. Read his story.

  • Pam Wiznitzer '07BC¬†was profiled by Thrillist¬†as one of the most important bartenders in the world.¬†

THE LOW DOWN:

  • Alumni had a strong representation at this past weekend's Golden Globes. Barnard College alumna Greta Gerwig, who wrote and directed¬†Lady Bird,¬†won Best Film,¬†Comedy or Musical.¬†Eli Bush '09CC¬†was a producer on the film.¬†


    Also in attendance was Ai-Jen Poo '96CC, director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance and co-director of Caring Across Generations. She attended the event with Meryl Streep as one of several prominent women activists in support of the Time's Up initiative. 


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