RECENT JOBS AND ACTIVITIES
Kwame Gayle ’11 is an assistant English teacher at a high school in Yaamanashi, Japan, working through the Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) program.
Molly Brown '10 just completed a year as an Emergency Room Scribe and has entered the Nurse Practitioner Program at Simmon's School of Nursing and Health Sciences, Boston, MA.
Sally Dijkerman ’10 is pursuing a master’s in public health at Emory University's Global Health program.
Madeline Graham '10 is a Fulbright teaching fellow in Linz, Austria.
Liz Scholz '10 Is working in marketing at Fusion Hill.
Bryce Slinger '10 is a Peace Corps Fellow In Uganda.
Maggie Yates '10 is working at the Southern Poverty Law Center in New Orleans with students who have been wrongfully suspended, expelled, and arrested at school.
Mara Forster-Smith '09 is attending McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago.
Katharine Wood '09 is Project Associate with TNS Custom North America, a large market research company.
Rachael Harlos, '06 will be entering the MD program at the Medical School for International Health, Ben Gurion University, Israel, in the fall.
Jonathan Rogers '06, received a National League of Cities fellowship and is doing four rotations through different agencies, including the Mayor's Office of Budget and Finance, St. Paul, MN, for which he was honored by Mayor Coleman for his "brilliant policy mind,... humor, and intuition" to build capacity for educational programming in community-based organizations and schools, with a proclamation of April 19, 2012 as Jonathan Rogers Day. Read the proclamation.
Anna McCartney-Melstad '03 works with the Strategic Radio for Communication HIV Project (Stradcom)-Tanzania with Johns Hopkins University.
Heather Buessler '03 is traveling around the world as a Bonderman Fellow.