Mackenzie Martin '16 Operations Director, WXPR Public Radio, Rhinelander, Wisconsin

Kayla Steinberg '16  Editorial Fellow at Twin Cities Daily Planet

Marian Herzog ‘15 Wisconsin Public Television Production Crew

William Kent­Daggett ‘15 Software Engineer, AktaryTech

Anna Levine ‘15 Jennifer David, Creative Producer Internship

Sydney Nolan ‘15 International OCD Foundation ­ Boston, MA Communications Assistant

April N. Bethea ‘14 Doctor of Philosophy in Media and Cultural Studies at University of Wisconsin/Madison

Caitlin R. Bixby ’14  Junior Technical Consultant, Smokeball productivity software for small law firms

Noah M. Koch ‘14  WorkART Fellow, Center for German and European Studies

Andrew Keefe, '13 Policy Analyst and Truman-Albright Fellow Division of Child and Family Development, Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation Administration for Children and Families at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in Washington, DC.

Johanna Armstrong ‘13 1st Grade Teacher at Shanghai Pinghe School

Hanna C. Backman ‘13 Editor at Mask Magazine and editorial intern at 29th Street Publishing in New York

Laura Cox ‘13 Associate Producer at SHINE Storytelling, Santa Monica, CA

Andrew Keefe, '13 is a Policy Analyst and Truman-Albright Fellow Division of Child and Family Development, Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation Administration for Children and Families at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in Washington, DC

Nicholas Huelster '12 (Saint Paul, MN) is a PhD Student of French Literature in the Romance Studies department at Cornell University whose secret identity is novelist; he has two manuscripts already completed

Danielle Lauren Dweck ’12 (Sea Cliff, New York) Digital intern at Fallon

Kim Brown '11 was hired by NBC before the 2014 Olympics and has been working on the Features & Documentaries unit at NBC Sports

Catherine Reagan ’11 (Athens, Georgia) Assistant director of development at Cedar Cultural Center

Kristin Riegel ’10 (Batavia, New York)
Student in the Master of Divinity program at McCormick Theological Seminary, currently seeking ordination as a Teaching Elder in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)

Aaron Rosenblum ’10 (Doylestown, Pennsylvania)  
Co-founder and printer, and does community outreach, at Living Proof Print Collective

Jeremy Meckler ’10 intern in the Walker Art Center’s Film/Video department. His latest project is called Still Dots  http://blogs.walkerart.org/filmvideo/category/still-dots/

Rose Friedman '10 has been working her way up through the editorial ranks at NPR in Washington DC. She has recently been producing MPR podcasts

Alexis Walstad ’08 (St. Paul, Minnesota)
The organizational developer at Karen Organization of Minnesota, serving refugees from Burma living in Minnesota and the United States

Andrew Judd ‘07 is producing independent media in Oregon and doing social service work in Africa

Sara Kiener ’06 (Brooklyn, New York) founded Film Presence. Founded in 2010, Film Presence helps filmmakers find, connect and engage with their audiences. She also founded Underhill Films, a small film distribution company in New York

Tamara Olson ’06 (Great Falls, Montana)
Completed a master’s in interactive communications from New York University at the Tisch School of the Arts, worked as the lead information architect for The New York Observer, and is now a freelance web designer based in New York

Laura McLam ’05 (Williamstown, Vermont)
Graduated in film studies from Emerson College and recently showed her film, “I Love Children, But …” at the Boston International Film Festival

Bassam Jarbawi ’05 (Ramallah, Palestine)
Studied narrative filmmaking in the graduate film division of Columbia University and recently had a short film shown at the Sundance Film Festival

Peter Kirschmann ‘05 attended Harvard Graduate School of Education with a specialty in youth media

Amelia MacRae ’05 Associate Director of Foundation Relations at Children's Hospital Los Angeles and also a working filmmaker

Katie Eukel, ’04 President/CEO of Fourth Sector Consulting, communication and public relations firm

Bassam Jarbawi, ‘03  Columbia University Film School, now a filmmaker focusing on Palestine Occupied Territories, and has had his films selected for several independent film festivals

Nicole Smythe-Johnson ’03  attended University of Leeds UK, now working as Project Manager and independent curator at the National Gallery of Jamaica

Ben Davis ’01 is an art critic living and working in New York. Author of the book 9.5 Theses on Art and Class (Haymarket, 2013) as well as numerous essays on contemporary art that have appeared in such publications as Art PapersFriezeNew YorkSlate.com, and the Village Voice. He is currently critic-in-residence at Montclair State University and national art critic for artnet News

Laurel Askue, '01
Experienced Program Administer, Communications Specialist, Event Planner and Global Leader in Conservation Education Greater Atlanta Area Nonprofit Organization Management