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Jamila Humphrie '11 (Seattle, Wash.) has been awarded a Fulbright U.S. Student Program scholarship to Brazil.

Amelia Furrow ’11, is currently at the border in El Paso, working with migrant workers and their families.

Robert Zamora ’11, is currently working for CellMark in Corte Madera, California, a multinational recyclable paper company.

Karla Leon ’10 (Quito, Ecuador) works as a research assistant and care manager with English-, Spanish-, and Portuguese-speakers at the Center for Multicultural Mental Health Research in Boston.

Marina Test ’10 (Bronx, N.Y.) is the executive assistant to the dean at Georgetown University. In addition to serving as the only Spanish-speaking financial aid counselor, she manages a caseload of first-generation students, runs a successful financial literacy program called “Common $ense,” and started Georgetown’s first Financial Aid Peer Counseling program.

Caley Long ’09 (St. Paul) was awarded a Distinguished Doctoral Fellowship by the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, where she will study in the Luso-African-Brazilian Studies and Theory Graduate Program.

Noah Chappell '09, is currently a Care Coordinator through AmeriCorps in Boston, MA.

Syreeta Wilkins '08, is currently working in the Office of Communications at Minneapolis Public Schools.

Tim Becker '08, is currently in graduate school at Bank Street College pursuing a Master's Degree in Dual Language Childhood Education.

Hannah Adams ’08 (Schenectady, N.Y.) is a teaching fellow in the Master’s of Arts in Teaching program at Hamline University.

Héctor Pascual Álvarez ’08 (Alcalá de Henares, Spain) has been working on his first novel at the Antonio Gala Foundation, a cultural organization located in Cordoba (Spain) where young artists from all disciplines spend a year living together and working on their projects at the foundation's headquarters: a renovated 16th century monastery.

Paige Mackey ’08 (Riverside, Conn.) is working on a combined degree in nursing at Columbia University, on her way to becoming a nurse practitioner with a subspecialty in oncology.
Charlotte Stretch ’08 (Palatine, Ill.) completed a master’s degree in Spanish at Middlebury College and is completing a second master’s degree in library science at the University of Illinois.