In This Issue:
- Message from Dona
- Featured Member Posting: Assistant Editor / Junior Motion Graphics Designer (Atlantic Pictures) - NY
- Announcing the winner of the inaugural Harvardwood Prize!
- May 15th housing lottery deadline for summer interns
- Give the new Harvard grad in your life the gift of Harvardwood membership
- Exclusive Q&A with Shirley A. Rumierk AB '99 (Actor, Rise, Collateral Beauty)
- Industry Successes
- New Members' Welcome
- Alumni Profile: Mandel Ilagan AB '99 (VP, Unscripted Live-Action Development at Nickelodeon)
CALENDAR & NOTES
- A special offer from The Lambs (NY)
Message from Dona
Mayday, mayday—it's already May! And that means Harvard Commencement is just around the corner. If you're heading to Cambridge for graduation or Reunion Weekend, stop by the Harvardwood Reunion Mixer at John Harvard's on May 26th.
New Yorkers, make sure to read about the very special offer from The Lambs that #HarvardwoodNYC Chapter Head Spence Porter has arranged! If you have any questions about offer, you can ask Spence in person at the NYC Chapter's spring party in a few weeks!
Featured Member Posting: Assistant Editor / Junior Motion Graphics Designer (Atlantic Pictures) - NY
Atlantic Pictures is an established New York film, commercial and corporate production company. This is an entry-level position ideal for someone who has experience in both editing and motion graphics from previous internships or freelance work. The job entails assisting with video editing for short-form corporate videos and broadcast commercials: exporting stringouts, syncing interviews, creating cutdowns. On the motion design side, it involves designing lower thirds, motion typography, motion tracking, and 2D animation. Experience with Adobe Premiere and After Effects are required, experience with Illustrator and Photoshop are a major plus.
Announcing the winner of the inaugural Harvardwood Prize!
A few months ago, our Board of Directors announced the creation of the Harvardwood Prize, founded to recognize and celebrate the artistic accomplishments and potential of high school students who exemplify our mission. We are now delighted to announce that we have selected a winner for the inaugural Harvardwood Prize. Please join us in congratulating Brammhi Balarajan, a high school junior from Las Vegas, NV!
Brammhi Balarajan is a writer, a dancer, and a leader. She prides herself in having established the Writers for the LA Times club at her school, The Meadows, which has allowed her community members to broaden their horizons and share their opinions on important issues they face. Several of these articles have garnered hundreds of views, helping to raise awareness for political issues as well as problematic aspects in film, literature, and culture. She was the recipient of a Silver Key award for the Scholastic Writing Awards, as well as the recipient of a Volunteer Service Award from the governor. She has interned at Ameriprise and Hylunia, volunteered with several organizations including the Summerlin Library, and leads a youth organization in raising health awareness.
Above all, Brammhi loves dancing, and spends her free time teaching young kids the art of bharatanatyam, and choreographing group numbers for various events. She has been writing novels since the age of nine, and has always been intrigued by fantasy and paranormal stories. In her free time, Brammhi loves reading, watching Disney movies with her friends, drinking lots of coffee, and maintaining long-distance friendships with her cousins and old friends.
May 15th housing lottery deadline for summer interns
Students, HSIP listings have long been published, though we are still receiving applications from some of you. Those students who have already secured their summer internships have begun signing up to participate in the Harvardwood Summer Internship Program—great! As long as you sign up for HSIP by May 15th, you can let us know if you'd like to be included in the HSIP housing lottery.
Speaking of, we still need housing hosts, please! If you have a spare couch, futon, sleeping bag, or room(s) you can provide to a student or students (either free or discounted) for an extended period of time this summer, email us right away with detailed info about your sublet and discounted rates. Thank you!
Give the new Harvard grad in your life the gift of Harvardwood membership
Brainstorming unique graduation gifts for the upcoming Harvard alum you know? Look no further—give the priceless gift of Harvardwood membership!
Harvardwood is a global, nonprofit organization for Harvard University alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends working or strongly interested in the arts, media and entertainment. Our purpose is to provide information, resources, and opportunities for career growth, and to strengthen ties between the arts, media, entertainment and education for our members and the broader community.
Harvardwood can be an especially valuable resource for new graduates, as they leave campus to establish their lives in new cities, go on the job, search for new roommates, and more. You can help them out by covering a year of Harvardwood membership (only $45/year, or $3.75/month). Gift a Harvardwood membership here!
Exclusive Q&A with Shirley A. Rumierk AB '99 (Actor, Rise, Collateral Beauty)
By Nicole Torres AB '11
Born in New York, Shirley Rumierk AB '99 is an actress known for Rise, Collateral Beauty, and 11:55. You can watch her most recent work on the NBC show Rise, in which she stars as single mom Vanessa Suarez.
Q. What inspired you to pursue an acting career? Tell us about your acting journey.
A. Acting started out as a hobby for me. Starting when I was 10 years old and all throughout high school, I was involved in a children’s theater program called The 52ndStreet Project in Hell’s Kitchen, New York. This was before Hell’s Kitchen became known as Clinton and there weren’t many extracurricular opportunities available. It became my second home. The after-school program’s mission wasn’t (and still isn’t) about cranking out future actors. It was through exposure to different art forms and working side by side with theater professionals that The 52ndStreet Project not only became my outlet for artistic expression; it was where I improved my writing skills and learned thatmy words really matter.
When I arrived at Harvard, I was certain that I was going to be an economics major. As a first-generation Latina from a low-income home, it was what I assumed was a logical major if I wanted to change my family’s financial situation in the future. However, after a moment of crisis when it was clear that economics was not my calling, my roommate, Heather Hanson AB '99, helped me switch my major to something I was clearly enjoying, Hispanic Studies. Over the summer between my junior and senior years at Harvard, I went on a trip to Cuba to study Cuban and Caribbean literature, history and architecture, sponsored by the University of Buffalo. I was surrounded by a diverse group of students, all studying what they were truly passionate about and not what they thought they “should” be majoring in. It was then that I started to seriously consider acting as an actual career path. By senior year, I’d become adept at analyzing literary characters and I had enough of that. I developed a deep urge to take the analysis further and bring these characters to life! I knew pursuing an acting career would be a big and daring decision, especially as a Harvard grad. However, I asked myself a very important question: When I am 75 years old, will I regret not being an actor leading a creative life or at the very least try? The answer was clear, and I took a risk. At that moment, my hobby became my passion.
Q. Some people say that in addition to skill and talent, succeeding in acting requires luck, which can be discouraging for many aspiring actors. What are your thoughts on that?
A.There is some luck involved, sure; however, I would add determination and flexibility to that secret sauce. This career is not for the faint of heart. It’s important to set clear goals and doggedly pursue your passion. However, it’s important to be flexible as to how you imagine those goals manifesting. Maybe you create your own work as opposed to getting that coveted audition for the lead in X project. Maybe you join forces with a non-profit and see how the power of the theater can transform those that are under-resourced. This too is succeeding in acting.
Q. You have a very impressive resume! What can you tell us about your most recent role in NBC’s new series Rise?
A. I absolutely love my character Vanessa Suarez on Rise. In large part the diverse team of writers on Rise gave me a gem of a character to play with. She is an unapologetic, blue-collar, hard-working young single parent who truly loves her daughter and is doing the best she can with the limited resources she has at her disposal. She is also subject to the stigma and judgement of being a single mom. At times, Vanessa makes decisions with her heart instead of her head. She is not perfect. She is only human. That humanity is what I want audiences to connect with. It’s what steers people away from judgement and more towards empathy. I was raised by a single mom so this character hits very close to home. I want to do it justice as an homage to my own fierce mother.
On April 12th, Jonathan Hamel AB '91 and Giant Sparrow, a tiny team of dedicated independent developers, won the 2018 BAFTA for Best Game for “What Remains of Edith Finch,” published by Annapurna Interactive.
Sara Bibel AB '95 was nominated for a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Daytime Drama for her work on The Young & the Restless.
Check out the launch of this new website from author Dick Sheffield MPA '81. You can read more about his first novel, Lasso the Moon, as well as upcoming novel Cables from a Restless Heart and selected short stories. Hat tip to webmaster Barbara Hooks.
Bill Claps AB '85 recently partnered with Rome-based production company Interlinea Film to produce his feature project Retrospective, a road film set between New York, Rome, and Venice that parodies the contemporary art world. He’s now looking to partner with a U.S. production company to complete the team. More info here!
Marty Bowen AB '91 is set to produce Happiest Season, from writing duo Clea DuVall and Mary Holland, with Temple Hill. It was recently announced that TriStar Pictures acquired worldwide rights to the comedy movie.
Big news from Amazon Studios recently! Last month, the company's TV division announced that Albert Cheng MBA '97 is the new Co-Head of Amazon TV, and Marc Resteghini AB '99 was promoted to Head of Drama. Congratulations to Albert and Marc!
The Jim Henson Company, with Lisa Henson AB '82-'83 producing, has secured the rights to adapt Wesley the Owl, a memoir by Caltech biologist Stacey O’Brien. From Deadline: "Described as part Marley & Me, part Fly Away Home, Wesley dives inside the one-of-a-kind relationship between 'an owl and his girl' and redefines expectations of what it means to love, to survive and, ultimately, to become whole."
Red Wagon Entertainment's Lucy Fisher '71 is producing the adaptation of YA novel The Hazel Wood, which has made it on the NY Times' Young Adult bestseller list for the last several weeks.
New Members' Welcome
Harvardwood warmly welcomes all members who joined the organization over the past month, including:
- Vicki Ariyasu, GSE, LA
- Kapena Baptista, College, LA
- Hagar Barak, Staff, NY
- Sam Birger, GSAS, Boston/On-Campus
- Tricia Byrnes, Ext., Boston/On-Campus
- John Cheever, College, LA
- Ryan Chester, College, Boston/On-Campus
- Dylan de Waart, College, Boston/On-Campus
- Edward Humphreville, College, LA
- Lauren Aleza Kaye, College, NY
- Jackie Kellogg, College, Boston/On-Campus
- Changseob Lim, College, Boston/On-Campus
- Frederick-Tyler MacBruce, College, Boston/On-Campus
- Lev Mamuya, College, Boston/On-Campus
- Teresa Mansbach, FOH, NY
- Maria Victoria Martinez, Ext., LA
- Lauren Noll, Ext., LA
- Cheryl Parnell, HLS, LA
- Grace Ramsey, College, Boston/On-Campus
- Lara Roizen, GSAS, Boston/On-Campus
- Adam Schaller, Ext., NY
- Panchi Simeto, College, LA
- Zach Snyder, College, Boston/On-Campus
- Ariana Soto, College, Boston/On-Campus
- Alia Toran-Burrell, College, Boston/On-Campus
- Elena Trueba, HDS, LA
- Alexander Zhang, College, NY
*FOH = Friend of Harvardwood
Alumni Profile: Mandel Ilagan AB '99 (VP, Unscripted Live-Action Development at Nickelodeon)
By Adrian Horton AB '17
In retrospect, it’s almost as if Mandel Ilagan’s career in unscripted content was, well, scripted. When other kids at his school in Cooper City, Florida, sought the playground at recess, Mandel would lead classmates in an impromptu version of The Price is Right. When friends came over, they’d spend hours playing board games or watching game shows. And by the time he arrived at Harvard in the fall of 1995, after having studied humor and screenwriting at a Harvard Summer School course the summer before, Ilagan knew that he wanted to work in television.
“That being said, we know that there's no real sort of TV division at Harvard,” he recounts one afternoon in March. He took the lack of plotting as an opportunity for growth; to give himself “as broad an education as possible,” he opted to concentrate in economics.
But it didn’t take long for the TV itch to surface. While strolling through an activities fair at the beginning of his freshman year, he was drawn in by the table for Harvard Television. The club was launching a game show, and Ilagan immediately signed up to help produce it.
As has happened many times in his career since then, preparing for that first opportunity offered the chance to take on more. His dedication to the production of the show—preparing host auditions for their tests, explaining the mechanics of the game—caught attention, and soon he was asked to host the show himself. Thus began his four-year gig of leading “Survey Says,” an homage to Family Feud that pitted students from different houses against each other. Combined with his role as Vice President of Harvard Television, playing piano in various campus musicals, and writing and “attempting to act in” a sketch comedy show called The Common Room, Ilagan’s broad education skewed heavily into entertainment.
A summer internship before his senior year with the Academy of Television’s comedy division cemented his decision to move to Los Angeles following graduation. As an intern on the set of Tim Allen’s sitcom Home Improvement, Ilagan received a crash-course in both production and the many networking avenues in the industry. "That was a great experience to see how a full-on television production worked and to see many different aspects. But what was even more valuable were the connections I made both through that internship and other people I had met while out in the area."
Those connections paid off soon after he moved to LA in the summer of 1999. While working as a page at CBS—and gleaning insight from onset productions of The Price is Right, Hollywood Squares, and The Young and the Restless, among others—Ilagan got a call from one of the producers he had stayed in touch with following his first internship at the Academy of Television. The producer was working on a response to Who Wants To Be a Millionaire?, which had just become an overnight success. The development schedule was tight; could Mandel take time off his page job and help out?
Ilagan agreed “and before I knew it, I was reporting to the Dick Clark production offices.” Though officially hired as a production assistant, the scale of the task ahead required all hands on deck. "We basically had about a month to come up with the format of the game and refine it and show it to the Fox executives to order it as a series,” he remembers. Crucially, Ilagan was “very lucky” that he was encouraged not to let his production assistant duties "prevent you from (contributing) if you have ideas for how the game works or ideas for questions, we're in such a crunch time that all ideas are on the table." Drawing on his quiz show background, Ilagan submitted questions to the head writers; if the show got picked up, he was told, he would not be headed back to CBS as a page. Greed premiered that fall on Fox and ran for nine months, during which time Ilagan rose from researcher, to researcher-writer, to getting questions on the air.
On a game show, as in life, success comes through a combination of preparation, opportunity, and good fortune. Following the success of Who Wants To Be a Millionaire?, game show productions were in high demand—a cultural moment that Ilagan, inadvertently or not, had been readying for years in advance. “I was very lucky,” he says. “It was definitely a right place, right time situation, but also it was taking advantage and really proving myself. Because it can be the right place, right time, but you still have to make sure you've got the skills and talent to prove your worth."
His work on Greed carried forward; despite the show’s cancellation in 2000, his experience led to an offer to develop game show pilots for Fremantle Media, the company behind such hits as American Idol, Family Feud, and Ilagan’s beloved The Price is Right. In another gift of timing, leadership turned over early in Ilagan’s time with the company, and a mentor tapped for an executive position took extra notice of his work. He created a position for Ilagan on the development team, initiating a “great” five-year run in unscripted development.
With Fremantle, Ilagan had a hand in some of the most treasured installments in the game show genre. He brought back Press Your Luck, one of his “favorite shows of all time,” on the Game Show Network. And he didn’t hesitate when offered the chance to submit game ideas to The Price is Right. He took the offer, stewed in LA traffic, and delivered an idea for Half Off the next morning. Weeks later, he received a call; Bob Barker loved the idea. Half Off premiered in 2004 and still runs in the show’s cycle today. It’s surreal, Ilagan says, to be a “part of a show that I grew up watching. I'm part of the legacy of it.”
Staying true to his belief in the power of professional relationships, Ilagan left Fremantle in 2005 to follow one of his original mentors—the producer who introduced him to Greed—to help start up the Fox Reality Channel. Further connections led to a development job at Hasbro, where he began Family Game Night, based on the company’s catalog of games. Then came a year of freelance consulting and continuing connections to find the next step.
"People often forget—a lot of this business is learning how to manage upwards and downwards,” Ilagan says. “Knowing who you are working with and who you are working for. As best as you can—it's not always an easy read—how do you make the most of those relationships that you create and you build and you make in each project you work in and each company you work for?”
The connections led to a call from Nickelodeon to help expand the company’s unscripted programming. Within a month of the call, Ilagan was brought aboard as an executive consultant for unscripted development, and is now the Vice President of the division. He’s helped to bring about Paradise Run, Jojo Siwa: My World with Youtube star JoJo Siwa, and the recently premiered Keep It Spotless, a show in which two teams compete to be the least messy in what resembles a human paint-spinner.
Ilagan is particularly proud of Keep It Spotless, he says, because it tackles the main challenge of unscripted programming: keeping up and keeping things exciting. "What I love about it is that it's a prime example of how we're trying different things here with unscripted, really trying to freshen up what you expect from us, unscripted-wise.”
Keeping pace with the ever-changing glut of content is his greatest challenge, Ilagan reveals, but one that feeds him with energy. Between Youtube and Netflix, Snapchat and Music.ly, "our audience has so many different choices now in terms of how to consume content. So we're really trying to find ways to stand out. Not just what's out there from others but what we've done before. What I love about what we've done with unscripted is if you look at all the shows we had in our unscripted slate...we're presenting something different and fresh and new while still staying true to our brand, which is fun and funny and fresh and playful."
Ilagan’s main advice to those looking to break into the entertainment sphere is the key to his roadmap from intern and CBS page to content VP: networking and preparation. "The big thing is networking and meeting people...especially if you find somebody who champions you and almost mentors you, that's a bigger plus to have,” he says. “Then the other thing, too, is just being ready to jump in and take advantage of an opportunity when it presents itself to you. A lot of those times, you don't have time to plan for it, so you just need to make sure that you have the skills and that you're ready to tackle it whenever it happens."
Additionally, he advises newcomers to stay informed on not just what’s working in the industry today, but also what’s not working, and why. "It's very important to be aware of the competitive landscape, even if it doesn't 100% apply. A lot of people will say, ‘This show doesn't work because it sucks.' Well, why? There are reasons why some things don't work, and knowing those reasons helps you shape what you need to do to make something work."
Still a daily viewer of The Price is Right, an avid board game player, and even an (admittedly poor) contestant on HQ, Ilagan has turned his lifelong passion for games into a blueprint for success, and that keeps the goal today simple. "I just want to create something that will give people some fun and some enjoyment, to give people a break from—especially these days, from all the craziness that's going on. And that's why I love working at Nickelodeon. It's just pure fun.”
Adrian Horton is a freelance writer who graduated from Harvard College in May 2017 with a degree in History and Literature. Following graduation, she worked as a researcher-writer for Let’s Go 2018 in Greece and Italy. An avid traveler, she’s currently based in Cincinnati, Ohio, though that could change tomorrow.
FEATURED EVENT | Harvardwood Masterclass: Making a Short with Jocelyn Stamat AB '92 (LABORATORY CONDITIONS) - Tues., May 15 (LA)
Find out what it takes to create and direct a short with screenwriter and director Jocelyn Stamat AB '92, whose short Laboratory Conditions recently screened at Tribeca Film Festival and won the award for Best Short at the Pasadena International Film Festival. The event will begin with a screening of Laboratory Conditions, followed by the talk with Jocelyn and a brief Q&A.
Jocelyn Stamat, M.D. is currently adapting the LEAGUE OF LEGENDS online game as an animated series for Riot Games. She created the web series TURBO DATES, featuring Whitney Cummings and Elisa Donovan, and directed the horror short LABORATORY CONDITIONS, starring Marisa Tomei and Minnie Driver. Jocelyn received her medical degree from the Duke University School of Medicine, is a member of the Writer's Guild of America, West, also a graduate of Harvard University, and member of the Harvard Lampoon.
Los Angeles, CA
Harvardwood Heads To... Newport Beach Film Festival 2018 - Tues., May 1
Join alums Megan Brotherton AB '11 and Elizabeth Bates AB '13 at the 2018 Newport Beach Film Festival as they wrap up their year long festival tour with “Buttercup”, a narrative dramatic short. Megan wrote/directed/starred/produced, and Elizabeth produced/starred in! We would love to see some fellow alumni there!
Take advantage of one of the most in-demand destinations in Los Angeles by joining The Ivy Plus Society at Frankie’s Private Bar. This incognito space is located in a secluded nook on E.P. & L.P.’s large format rooftop and has its own dedicated bar. Meet the finest & brightest at what The Infatuation calls one of “the best views in West Hollywood.” Why chill any other way?
Harvardwood Heads To... The Inaugural Buffer Festival LA - Thurs., May 17
As digital content continues to break records and smash expectations, Buffer Festival is thrilled to announce their expansion to Los Angeles this May. Buffer Festival is an annual showcase of online world premieres, bringing the most acclaimed digital creators and their audiences together. The festival includes a variety of programming, including a red carpet gala and premiere screenings, with YouTube’s highest quality content on full display. After 5 years in Toronto, Buffer Festival will be taking on Hollywood for a day of insightful conversations and never before seen content from your favorite Creators, including Jon Cozart, Anna Akana, Elle Mills, Dodie Clark, Shan Boodram, Michael Murphy and more.
Harvardwood Heads To... IVY Entertainment's VoiceOver Event - Sun., May 20
Have you ever been told you have a great speaking voice? Would your voice be perfect for animation or character recording? Now is your time to see if voice-over is a career you would like to explore? If your reasons for entering the voice-over arena include achieving success, you’ll again want further clarification. What does success in voice-over mean to you? And how will you know when you’ve nabbed it? Great ready as Ivy Entertainment in conjunction with Garden of Sound Voice Over Studio host you through an afternoon of the basic fundamentals of voice over as an optional career. (limited to 15 seats each).
Harvardwood Heads To... The Ivy Plus Society's TIPSy Sunday - Sun., May 20
Come unWINEd with us in Malibu this May. The Ivy Plus Society invites you to a special Sunday party at Rosenthal Wines, a laidback outdoor bar & patio located across the beach on Pacific Coast Highway. Each guest will receive one complimentary glass of wine and we encourage you to BYOC (Bring Your Own Cheese) and other picnic delights since outside food is allowed. If you’re not in the picnic packing mood, a food truck will be on site. Early Bird tickets are limited, so grab yours today!
New York, NY
Our Serendipitously Sexy SPRING Harvardwood PARTY!!! - Fri., May 18
It's Spring! It's SPRING!!!! And that means it's time for a PARTY!!! And this won't be just any party--it will be our Serendipitously Sexy Spring Harvardwood Party! Now you may wonder, exactly what does it mean to be serendipitously sexy? Frankly, we don't have the faintest idea. But if anyone can do it, it's our smart, sexy, scintillating, and very vernal Harvardwood members!
So come to the party! Meet more of your fabulous fellow Harvardwood members! Major FUN alert! Admission is free, but you MUST bring something to eat or drink! Wine, beer, salad, chicken, cheese, pizza, pasta, brownies—everything will be welcome!
Join alumni Megan Brotherton AB '11 and Elizabeth Bates AB '13 at The 2018 Bentonville Film Festival in Arkansas! They are so excited to be screening their short "Buttercup", and would love to share with you at this amazing festival founded by Geena Davis, which aspires to champion underrepresented voices in the entertainment industry. More info about the fest and their mission is here. Megan Brotherton writes/directs/produces/stars, and Elizabeth Bates produces/stars.
Harvardwood 2018 Reunion Mixer - Sat., May 26
Every year, Harvardwood hosts a mixer during Harvard's Commencement/Reunion Weekend. On Saturday, May 26th, members of Harvardwood's Boston/On-Campus Chapter and alumni returning to Cambridge for Reunions will gather at John Harvard's in the Square to meet and mingle from 3-5pm.
Harvardwood Heads To... Back to One: Filmmaking Basics - Sat., May 12
These three courses are designed to work together to bring the beginner up to speed on the basics of the film industry: film set terminology and protocol, crew positions, definitions, and hierarchy, the entry level positions in all departments, where to find work and network, and the proper format for film and television resumes to give you a leg up on the competition.
Harvardwood Meet-up at the Blacklist DC Happy Hour - Wed., May 2
The Black List is creating social hubs for writers around the world where they can meet other screenwriters and discuss the craft and the reality of the screenwriter's life. So join your fellow writers at the DC happy hour! Come to enjoy the drinks and the company. You never know who you might meet!
A Special Offer from The Lambs (NY)
The Lambs, in New York City, is a private social Club founded in 1874—they're the first professional theatrical Club in America and, in fact, the oldest professional theatrical organization of any sort in America. Conveniently located in midtown Manhattan at 3 West 51st Street, they have a pub, hotel rooms (available to Lamb members for their own use and, at a slightly higher rate, for guests of Lambs members), a pool table, several rehearsal rooms with pianos, and a wide range of activities. They're a small club, and very friendly.
Our friends at The Lambs have made a special offer to Harvardwood members who wish to join The Lambs, a dramatic reduction of their Initiation Fee (a one-time fee paid at the time of joining). Their regular Initiation Fee is 55% of the first year's dues (they have several membership categories, with different dues in each category). For example, Professionals in Entertainment & The Arts resident in New York pay annual dues of $625, so the regular Initiation Fee in the category would be $343.75. But a Harvardwood member would have the Initiation Fee reduced to 25% of dues, which would be $156.25.
If you're interested in learning more about joining The Lambs, make sure you are logged in and complete this brief interest form. Then we will provide an introduction to the appropriate people at The Lambs.
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