Tributes and photos honoring the MacMullens as they retire.
Andrew Pearson ’91
As chief medical officer of the nonprofit The Jewish Board, Andrew Pearson ’91 holds one of the most influential medical positions in New York City where he has become a leading voice on hot-button issues like adult and child mental health, homelessness, addiction, and trauma.
Jeff Magnin ’74
Jeff Magnin ’74 spent nearly two decades as an English professor. In 2021, he continued his commitment to education and service, becoming a volunteer instructor at Mount Tamalpais College, a small liberal arts college housed within San Quentin Prison.
Elaine Meyer ’75
For Elaine Meyer ’75, a clinical psychologist, nurse, and bioethicist, her TED Talk led to speaking engagements and collaborations across the globe. Meyer’s work emphasizes patient/family perspectives and priorities, end-of-life care, challenging conversations in health care, and simulation education.
Mike Roos ’05
Mike Roos ’05 is committed to facing the challenges of climate change and making a difference. He is policy advisor for the City of Seattle’s Office of Sustainability and Environment, after having worked for Seattle’s Sound Transit.