Carnegie Hall, Room 207
Some things that graduates have done.
Rebekah Keller ’14 (Ballwin, Mo.) is attending law school at the University of Missouri.
Arielle Lawson ’14 (Evanston, Ill.) is working for Capitol Hill Housing in Seattle through the Lutheran Volunteer Corps Program.
Rebecca McCrory ’14 (Seattle, Wash.) is attending graduate school at Carnegie Mellon University.
Bailey Rehnberg ’14 (York, Pa.) is working for Environment Maryland as a Clean Water organizer.
George Chester ’13 (Cass Lake, Minn.) is working in AT&T’s leadership development program.
IndiAna Gowland ’13 (Mill Valley, Calif.) is a Teach for America corps member in Memphis, Tenn.
Riley Koval ’13 (Mt. Horeb, Wis.) is attending the Notre Dame Law School. Jeremy Carp ’12 (Portland, Ore.) is a research associate at the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law.
Patrick Murphy ’12 (Inver Grove Heights, Minn.) is a content manager for ARTCRANK, GearJunkie and Pedal Minnesota.
Joshua Rubin ’12 (Canoga Park, Calif.) is a student at New York University Law School.
Iain Johnson ’10, University of Iowa Law School.
Miroslav Lestanin ’09, in Master’s of Human Resources at The Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota
Chen Yu Wu ’09, PHD program in Sociology at The University of Minnesota
Jennifer Diaz '08, is pursuing a Master's in Library and Information Studies at Florida State University
Emily Gadek ’08, is in the Master’s of Journalism program at the Medill School at Northwestern University
Cora Polsgrove '08, works for Teach for America in Charlotte NC
Claire Posner '08, has worked in Japan as an English-teacher
Camilo Artiga-Purcell '07, completed a JD and is working at Bradford and Company on federal income tax issue
Ellen Bracken '07, is completing graduate studies at Teachers College at Columbia University in Sociology and Education
Jesse Keith ’07, is a research assistant at ICF International, a firm that partners with government and commercial clients to deliver consulting services and technology solutions in energy, environment, transportation, social programs, defense, and homeland security.
Elizabeth Newman ’07, works as a Policy Aide/Field Organizer for the San Diego & Imperial Counties Labor Council and worked on Al Franken’s campaign for U.S. Senate.
Audrey Peer ’07, will complete a Master’s of Public Policy from the Humphrey Institute, University of Minnesota and will work for Acet evaluating community-based health and educational programs
Amelia Cotton Corl ’06, PHD program in Sociology at the University of Minnesota
Demoya Gordon ’06, an associate for Faegre and Benson
Cris Ramon ’06, works for the Federal Trade Commission in Washington DC and was named a 2008 Fulbright Scholar. Ramon studied how developments in Spanish immigration law impact interpretations of labor law related to undocumented workers in Spain.
Jennifer Singleton '06, is pursuing a JD at the University of Minnesota School of Law
Ian Ritz ’06, completed a Master’s in Public Policy at the Lafollette School at The University of Wisconsin Madison
Jesse Mortenson ’05, ran as a candidate for the Minnesota State House of Representatives in District 64A and owns a small business.
Erik Morales ’04, is in the PhD program in American studies at the University of Michigan.
Jennifer Huck ’04, is pursuing a PhD in sociology at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Lisa Speeter ’04, is pursuing a law degree at William Mitchell College of Law.
Anna Przybylski ’04, is an English teaching assistant for the French government.
Sarah Hilton ’04, is a coach through AmeriCorps.
In 2009, Susannah Hansen ’04, received a Fulbright grant to research the effects of Peruvian immigration on low-wage jobs for women in Chile.
Heather Cover ’03, is attending the London School of Economics and Political Science after being awarded a scholarship from the Inter-American Development Bank and the government of Japan.
Susan Robertson ’03, is in the George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University–St. Louis, working on her master’s degree in social work.
Terii Jacobs ’03, is working in the Human Relations Department of British American Tobacco in Tokyo, Japan.
Jennifer Godar ’03, is attending John Marshall Law School in Chicago to pursue a career in child law.
Suman Ambwani ’03, is attending Texas A&M University, pursuing a PhD in clinical psychology.
Shiori Konda ’04, is studying in a nursing program and working at CIGNA Behavioral Health, a mental-health managed care insurance company.