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Jerome Schnydman retired in 2012 from a distinguished career at Johns Hopkins University where he served for more than three decades, most recently as Executive Assistant to the President and Secretary of the Board of Trustees. He held prior positions as Executive Director of Alumni Relations and Director of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Jerome first attended Johns Hopkins as an undergraduate in 1963, joined the LaCrosse team, the Blue Jays and was co-captain of the 1967 National Championship team. He was selected for the All-American first team and is a member of the National LaCrosse Hall of Fame. He has recently served as President of Beth El Synagogue and lives in Pikesville, MD.