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Ashley Campbell, ’12 (Waterford, Mich.) International Relations and Religion, Boston University
Martha Coe ’11 (Grand Haven, Mich.), interning for the non-profit Grassroot Soccer–AIDS education through soccer in South Africa
Erica Geurts ’11 (Paynesville, Minn.), Student of Divinity, Vanderbilt Divinity School (MTS)
Laura Leatherman ’11 (Minneapolis, Minn.), Vanderbilt School of Nursing
Dan Rocklin ’11 (Iowa City, Iowa), University of Chicago Divinity School
Sher Afgan Tareen ’11 (Arlington, Va.), Harvard Divinity School, MTS program
Anne Gonzalez ’09 (Normal, Ill.) and Sara Schultz ’09 (Albany, Calif.), Union Theological Seminary
Aurora Sekine ’09 (Kansas City, Mo.), math teacher, Teach for America
Kim Wortmann ’08 (Lincoln, Neb.), PhD at Harvard
Emma Gallegos ’07 (Bakersfield, Calif.), Associate Editor at LAist.
Ashley Geisendorfer ’07 (Rothschild, Wis.), Research Assistant Law Center, University of Minnesota Law School
Mashal Saif ’06 (Lahore, Pakistan), Sherali Tareen ’05 (Quetta, Pakistan), and Sonia Hazard ’08 (St. Paul, Minn.), PhD program at Duke University
Rebecca Wexler ’04 (Bethesda, Md.), Cantorial student at Hebrew Union College
Jennifer Godar ’03 (Grinnell, Iowa), practicing law at Du Page County, Ill.
Lydia Brawner ’02 (Auburn, Ala.), adjunct assistant professor, Performance Studies, New York University
Jessica Schachterle ’02 (Cedar Falls, Iowa), Minnesota Literacy Council
Katherine Brink ’99 (St. Paul, Minn.) and Anne Knafl ’99 (Chicago, IL) PhD in Biblical Studies, University of Chicago
William Garriott ’99 (Danville, Ky.), PhD in Anthropology, Princeton University
Paul Jarvis ’96 (St. Paul, Minn.), pastor at Guardian Angels Catholic Church
Rebekah Savage Montgomery ’96 (Bethesda, Md.), Army National Guard chaplain
David Colby ’93 (St. Paul, Minn.), pastor at Central Presbyterian Church
Ananda Abeysekara ’92 (Colombo, Sri Lanka), professor at Virginia Tech, has published The Politics of Postsecular Religion and an award-winning book on Sri Lankan Buddhism titled Colors of the Robe.
Kathryn Youel ’92 (Richfield, Minn.), winner of the Gateway Writing Prize, served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Nepal, studied law at the University of Michigan, and is now a lawyer for the U.S. Department of State.