Robert Master ’64 was profiled in Boston Business Journal in January. As a teenager, Master—now CEO of Commonwealth Care Alliance—accompanied his immigrant grandfather to cancer treatments and saw the difference in medical care for the haves and have-nots. Though Master maintains that it was a desire for a steady income and not a sense of justice that propelled him into a medical career, he has spent the past 40 years serving low-income patients. Master continues to perform one six-week rotation at Boston Medical Center every year. * The Berkshire (Mass.) Chamber of Commerce (BCC) honored Susan Davidson Lombard ’68 with the 2013 Esther Quinn Award for her prolific volunteer efforts. She has served on the boards of numerous organizations including the BCC for 10 years, Berkshire Medical Center, Berkshire United Way, and Berkshire Art Association. She was also corporator for the Berkshire Museum from 2000 to 2009. * Perkins Coie LLP announced that Peter Rouse ’68 would join the firm in February to lead a new public and strategic affairs practice. Known as the “101st Senator” due to his presence on Capitol Hill and extensive senate knowledge, Rouse previously served as counselor to President Obama and White House chief of staff.