Ivy league and dating
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Oath will also provide relevant ads to you on our partners' products.Barbara Black Goldfarb and Nancy Gold, who run Elegant Introductions out of Miami, are matchmakers for a clientele based in Miami and Boston.Most of their clients, said Gold, are highly educated and professionally successful, are involved in their community, appreciate the arts, and have been screened to make sure they are who they say they are.“They may be connected to a university or a big institution, and they need to meet people in a way that protects their reputation and doesn’t compromise their careers and integrity.”Mostly, those people yearn to find the one thing missing from their lives. A local academic, who asked to remain anonymous, tried several Ivy League online dating sites without luck, and then, on a friend’s recommendation, hired a personal matchmaker who found seven candidates with similar values, life experiences, and career accomplishments.She met all of them, but the sparks flew only when she met one Ivy League academic. “It was pretty instantaneous.”After five years of dating, they got married two years ago.