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Jessica Ramirez Vasquez '14 (Portland, Ore.), Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling
Marni Schreiber '14 (Pittsburgh, Pa.) is pursuing a master of arts in religious studies at Cardiff University in Cardiff, Wales.
Abbie Shain '14 (Bordentown, N.J.) has been working with Macalester Admissions and is now working with Rain Taxi, a literary magazine, helping plan the Twin Cities Book Festival.
Max Edwards '13 (Rochester, Minn.) is working on his master's degree at Harvard Divinity School.
Hannah McIntire '13 (Milford, Conn.) is a family literacy instructor at Dorcas International Institute of Rhode Island and Graduate Student at Harvard Graduate School of Education
Ashley Campbell, ’12 (Waterford, Mich.) Divinity School, University of Chicago
Martha Coe ’11 (Grand Haven, Mich.), Analyst in Health Financing and Governance at ThinkWell Global
Laura Leatherman ’11 (Minneapolis, Minn.), Nurse Practitioner
Dan Rocklin ’11 (Iowa City, Iowa), University of Chicago Divinity School, Marketing Specialist at Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate
Sher Afgan Tareen ’11 (Arlington, Va.), Graduate Teaching Assistant at Florida State University
Sara Schultz ’09 (Albany, Calif.), Bilingual Legal Assistant
Aurora Sekine ’09 (Kansas City, Mo.), Math teacher at Everett Middle School
Kim Wortmann ’08 (Lincoln, Neb.), Ph.D. Program at Harvard University
Sonia Hazard ’08 (St. Paul, Minn.), PhD program at Duke University
Emma Gallegos ’07 (Bakersfield, Calif.), Editor-in-chief at LAist.
Ashley Geisendorfer ’07 (Rothschild, Wis.), Associate attorney with Ratwik, Roszak & Maloney
Mashal Saif ’06 (Lahore, Pakistan), PhD program at Duke University
Sherali Tareen ’05 (Quetta, Pakistan), Assistant Professor of Religious Studies
Lydia Brawner ’02 (Auburn, Ala.), Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Performance Studies at New York University
Jessica Schachterle ’02 (Cedar Falls, Iowa), Minnesota Literacy Council
Katherine Brink ’99 (St. Paul, Minn.), United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities
Anne Knafl ’99 (Chicago, IL) Bibliographer for Religion and Philosophy at the University of Chicago Library
William Garriott ’99 (Danville, Ky.), Assistant Professor in Law, Politics, and Society at Drake University
Paul Jarvis ’96 (St. Paul, Minn.), pastor at Christ the King Parish
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.